General Purpose: Provide care and treatment of clients. They are charged with creating a therapeutic environment where clients can grow, change, and thrive. Their ability to build therapeutic alliances with the clients, families, and members of the treatment team is of the utmost importance.
What I’m Responsible For (Essential Functions): The following statements regarding this exempt level position consist of duties, responsibilities, frequency, and percentages describing the general nature and level of work being performed by the employee filling this position. These statements are not exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities required by this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Provide leadership and guidance to the treatment team including Crisis Care Professionals (CCPs) and serve as a liaison between the crisis center and the Clinical Leadership Team. Solicits input from CCPs or others for client assessments.
Follow the American Counseling Association Code of Ethics and/or the National Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics.
Manage a variety of crisis situations (suicide threat/attempt, physical fight between clients, alleged abuse/neglect of a client, agency-wide safety threat, etc.) as the On-Call Administrator (which includes the requirement to respond to agency emergencies within 20 minutes).
Provide individual and family therapy on a frequency determined by the unique needs of each client and his/her family and provide group therapy as needed.
Work with a diverse population with varying treatment needs and provide relevant clinical recommendations.
Use strengths-based, treatment oriented, and professional communication while providing accurate and efficient case management.
Develop a Master Treatment Plan including goal work that uses SMART principles. Assumes ultimate responsibility for all case management, even tasks that are delegated to others.
Complete duties normally associated with supervision; e.g. hiring, scheduling, training, mentoring/coaching, recognition, disciplinary action, and performance reviews.
Performs on-call duties when assigned and follows applicable laws, policy, and procedures.
Navigate through and accurately complete all required clinical documentation of treatment plans, treatment and utilization reviews, individual counseling, family counseling activities, and group therapy using the agency documentation system.
Safeguard client, staff, agency information according to HIPAA and other laws, regulations, and policy relating to confidentiality.
Participate in physical holds of clients when necessary.
Accurately performs administrative requirements according to federal, state, agency requirements. Doesn’t lapse in required training and/or certifications.
Communicate thoroughly and professionally with staff, clients, families, community, and agency leadership. Attend, lead, and contribute in meetings as needed.
Coordinate and communicate with internal and external departments/individuals on client issues.
Maintain healthy boundaries with clients and families.
Coordinate and perform supervised visitations for families.
Other duties, responsibilities, and/or activities may change or be assigned at any time with or without notice.
Education and Experience and Background:
Master’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling required.
Wyoming Provisional Licensure required. Wyoming Professional License preferred.
Minimum 21 years of age at time of hire required.
Driving record of no more than two moving violations in a three year period or DUI within the last five years required.
Clean background, drug, and child abuse registry checks required.
Proven background in interpersonal, organizational, time-management, oral and written communication, and teamwork required.
Prior clinical experience working with adolescent populations preferred.
Intermediate experience with a variety of MS Office programs and ability to use agency specific technology with ability to draft documents for a wide variety of audiences required.
Cathedral Home for Children has been helping youth in need for over 100 years. Our long history speaks to our devotion and love for children. We stand committed to helping troubled and traumatized children reclaim and rebuild their lives. We serve children ages 10-21.
Cathedral Home for Children has been dedicated to the care and welfare of children since 1910. Established under the auspices of... the Episcopal Church of Wyoming, we began as an orphanage; a refuge for homeless and dependent children.
We offer group, individual, and family therapy, education tailored to a student's unique needs and learning style, programs for the deaf and hard of hearing, medical services, and a crisis center. We also provide aftercare programs for those transitioning from one life stage to another.
We provide preventative programs as well, including the Extended Families program, which helps families stay safe and together while empowering, strengthening, and supporting them, parenting classes, and support programs for students who have been expelled or suspended from county schools.
Our dedicated, compassionate, and highly trained staff provides exceptional service for all our children and families. If you have a strong skill set, relevant experience, an interest in serving the needs of children and families, and a genuine desire to work in a highly professional environment, then we encourage you to continue with this applicant-friendly, online job application.
Cathedral Home for Children is an Equal Opportunity Employer that recruits and hires qualified candidates without regard to race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability, or veteran status.