For more than 130 years, some of society’s most challenged citizens have benefitted from the programs and services we provide. Our work is organized along three areas of practice:
- Social Justice Servicestransitions ex offenders back into mainstream society and diverts at-risk youth away from crime and toward a productive and fulfilling life;
- Community Strategiesprovides adults with intellectual disabilities a chance to grow and flourish in the community by offering residence in small group home settings;
- The Crime and Justice Instituteprovides research and consulting services which advance evidence-based practices that inform systems-level change. Around the nation, we are making neighborhoods safer and improving the quality of life for all through strong public policy development and legislation.
Guided by excellence, creativity, and compassion, we support individual transitions, strengthen families and improve community safety.
Responsible for developing, implementing clinical service and supervising clinical in the delivery of clinical services to the individuals receiving supports from CRJ/CS.
Critical Functional Responsibilities:
- Participate as a member of clinical/administrative teams to plan, develop and implement services to individuals
- Train and supervise clinical staff and consultants
- Perform Functional Behavioral assessments
- Develop individual behavior management and Positive Behavior Support plans
- Develop procedures to teach social, interpersonal and relationship skills
- Monitor implementation of behavior management plans
- Provide individual and group therapy
- Maintain current approval of treatment plans by all relevant committees and agencies
- Document treatment progress
- Provide and interpret data to psychiatrists to facilitate decisions about psychotropic medication.
- Design and supervise the implementation of trainings to develop the clinical skills of managers, supervisors and direct care staff
- Design and supervise the implementation of data systems to measure effects of treatment interventions
- Evaluate prospective clients
- Collaborate with families, guardians, funding sources and other stakeholders about clinical issues
- Perform and/or assign clinical duties to other clinicians, including:
- Customer Focus
- Communication Skills
- Team Effectiveness
- Problem Solving & Decision Making
- Continuous Development
- Process Improvement
- Building High Performance
- Commitment to Results
- Financial Responsibility
- Project Management
- Collaborative Problem Solving
- Decision Making
MA in psychology, counseling, social work or a related field. Five years of relevant clinical experience and clinical license or certification are required. We will consider a candidate who has made substantial progress towards license or certification.
CRJ provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.