Clinic Director

FCCBH needs Master’s level therapist for the role of Clinic Program Director in our Castle Dale, Utah clinical office.  The Clinic Program Director supervises a rural community mental health and substance use disorder treatment clinic.  Supervises and supports clinical and non-clinical staff.  Management experience and crisis management experience are preferred.  Administrative duties include quality improvement, compliance efforts, maintaining HIPAA/42CFR requirements, working with community partners and relationships, and other duties as assigned.  Two years of experience after full licensure is preferred, but not required.  Must be currently licensed in Utah or eligible for Utah licensure.  Full-time with generous benefits package.  Maintaining confidentiality is an essential job requirement.  Four Corners is an EOE and has a Drug Free Workplace.  Please email Yvonne at ywilson@fourcorners.ws or call (435)637-7200 x306 for required application.  Position open until filled.

 

The Castle Dale clinic is an NHSC approved educational loan repayment program site.

 

  • Energetic, progressive agency that encourages forward movement in the industry
  • Fascinating, challenging and stimulating work
  • Ongoing continuing education
  • Collaborative approach in a team structure
  • Excellent supervision and consultation with knowledgeable, experienced supervisors
  • Work/Life balance and flexibility
  • Trauma-informed care
  • Evidence-based practices including Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Moral Reconation Therapy, etc.
  • Stamping out Stigma, saving lives
  • Recovery Oriented Systems of Care
  • Community partnerships, prevention and education
  • Gain experience with adults and children in the treatment of both mental health and substance use disorders
  • Active programs specifically targeting opioid use, suicide prevention, early intervention, etc.
  • Castle Country surroundings
  • Outpatient facilities with daylight hours, some evening groups
  • 12 paid holidays/yr, and earn 12 days vacation/yr and 12 days sick time/yr
  • Medical/dental/life insurance/URS retirement plan. Vision and supplemental plans available too.
  • UT licensure or eligibility required: CSW, ACMHC, SUDC, LCSW, CMHC, etc.

 

Be part of an agency that provides non-profit, whole community care.  You can make a difference every day.

Email Yvonne at ywilson@fourcorners.ws   or call 435-637-7200 x306      www.fourcorners.ws

Licensed Mental Health Therapist

FCCBH needs Master’s level therapist for the role of Clinic Program Director in our Castle Dale, Utah clinical office.  The Clinic Program Director supervises a rural community mental health and substance use disorder treatment clinic.  Supervises and supports clinical and non-clinical staff.  Management experience and crisis management experience are preferred.  Administrative duties include quality improvement, compliance efforts, maintaining HIPAA/42CFR requirements, working with community partners and relationships, and other duties as assigned.  Two years of experience after full licensure is preferred, but not required.  Must be currently licensed in Utah or eligible for Utah licensure.  Full-time with generous benefits package.  Maintaining confidentiality is an essential job requirement.  Four Corners is an EOE and has a Drug Free Workplace.  Please email Yvonne at ywilson@fourcorners.ws or call (435)637-7200 x306 for required application.  Position open until filled.

 

The Castle Dale clinic is an NHSC approved educational loan repayment program site.

 

  • Energetic, progressive agency that encourages forward movement in the industry
  • Fascinating, challenging and stimulating work
  • Ongoing continuing education
  • Collaborative approach in a team structure
  • Excellent supervision and consultation with knowledgeable, experienced supervisors
  • Work/Life balance and flexibility
  • Trauma-informed care
  • Evidence-based practices including Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Moral Reconation Therapy, etc.
  • Stamping out Stigma, saving lives
  • Recovery Oriented Systems of Care
  • Community partnerships, prevention and education
  • Gain experience with adults and children in the treatment of both mental health and substance use disorders
  • Active programs specifically targeting opioid use, suicide prevention, early intervention, etc.
  • Castle Country surroundings
  • Outpatient facilities with daylight hours, some evening groups
  • 12 paid holidays/yr, and earn 12 days vacation/yr and 12 days sick time/yr
  • Medical/dental/life insurance/URS retirement plan. Vision and supplemental plans available too.
  • UT licensure or eligibility required: CSW, ACMHC, SUDC, LCSW, CMHC, etc.

 

Be part of an agency that provides non-profit, whole community care.  You can make a difference every day.
Email Yvonne at ywilson@fourcorners.ws   or call 435-637-7200 x306      www.fourcorners.ws

Parent Representation Pilot Project: Program Social Worker

Program Social Worker’s (PSW) primary purpose is be available to Program Attorneys to assist parents involved in child welfare and parental rights termination proceedings in Utah and Juab Counties. The PSW will be based out of the Utah County Public Defender’s Office.

 

The PSW is a “Nonlawyer Assistant” under the Rule 5.3 of the Utah Rules of Professional Conduct.  This is an independent contractor position and compensation is hourly, $40-$45p/ hour, depending on qualifications and experience. The position contemplates that the PSW will work 40 hours a week.  This is a grant-funded position. The position has been funded for an initial 3 year pilot period (roughly March 1 2018- March 1, 2021) with a possibility of renewal after that period.

 

The ideal candidate is a MSW or LCSW with child welfare or forensic experience. Most importantly, the PSW should be someone who is interested in advocating on behalf of families by working alongside parent defense attorneys in order to help parents who are fighting to stabilize their lives and reunite with their children.

Clinical Case Manager

Under the direction of Red Mesa Clinical Supervisor, this position is responsible for the delivery of homelessness treatment and housing stabilization services to formerly homeless residents. The position calls for delivery of mental health services to residents, including, establishing relationships with community service providers; providing information and referral assistance to residents; intervening in resident crises; providing eviction prevention services; coordinating activities that develop community; and coordinating occupational opportunities for residents.

 

In order to apply download application at www.uicsl.org and email applications, cover letters,
resumes and other materials electronically to: info@iwic.org

 

Or, via postal mail to:
Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake
Attn: Executive Director
120 West 1300 South
Salt Lake City, Utah 84115

Clinical Case Manager

Under the direction of Red Mesa Clinical Supervisor, this position is responsible for the delivery of homelessness treatment and housing stabilization services to formerly homeless residents. The position calls for delivery of mental health services to residents, including, establishing relationships with community service providers; providing information and referral assistance to residents; intervening in resident crises; providing eviction prevention services; coordinating activities that develop community; and coordinating occupational opportunities for residents.

Therapist

Right now is an amazing time for Diamond Ranch Academy as we are growing in numbers and size. This puts us in a spot where we are wanting to add members to our clinical team. If you are a looking to work in a fun, relaxing, meaningful, and most rewarding career and company please give us a call. Sherra Carter, scarter@diamondranchacademy.com, 435-635-4297

 

Qualifications:

Must have a Masters degree or License in related field including CSW, LMFT, LCSW, etc..

Previous work with adolescents is a plus

Must be able to pass a federal background check

Be able to work full time

 

Some of the job duties:

Facilitate and develop treatment plans

Individual Therapy

Group Therapy

 

Benefits Include:

Pay depends on experience

401K match

Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance

Life Insurance

Paid Time Off

Amazing Facility that the staff can use on free time.

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

This F/T position provides counseling, psychotherapy, information, referrals and case management services to CHC’s diverse patient population. Attends mental health team meetings, assists in the development of ongoing programs, maintains all records, data, and patient interaction in an adequate, timely and confidential manner, as well as maintains a high standard of professional ethics as outlined in the NASW Code of Ethics, or the professional code of ethics accepted by the therapist and approved by CHC.   Requires graduation from an accredited professional psychiatric clinical training program (ie: L.C.S.W, PhD or APrn) and 2 years of experience working in a clinical or hospital setting, community service agency, or private clinical practice.  Should either be licensed or in the process of obtaining licensure in Utah.   Bilingual skills in Spanish are required.

CHC offers a competitive salary and a generous benefits package, including a 401(k) retirement plan.

 

To Apply: Email resumes to jthomas@chc-ut.org or fax (801) 955-2389

Therapist

* 2 -3 Full Time positions available

* Current CSW Licensure

* Clinic & Home based services

* Supervision provided

* Health, Dental, Vision, 401K

* Tuition Assistance available for those who qualify

* Leadership Opportunities to grow with the company

*This is a growth position

* Interest in clients with Autism

* Knowledge of Applied Behavior Analysis

Mental Health Therapist

Yay! You found us!

New Haven Residential Treatment Center is a nationally recognized therapeutic program. We’ve been treating adolescent girls
and their families since 1995. The secret to our success is our focus on family work. We believe that in order for an adolescent
to go home healthy—and stay healthy—her family must make changes, as well. We require each of our families to be actively
engaged in family therapy and the entire treatment process.

Most students enrolling at New Haven have been to several treatment programs before finding us. Our goal is to be their last
stop for inpatient treatment. To ensure this, we use feedback-informed treatment to guide the therapeutic process. If our
current tactic isn’t helping a client, we’ll find a new approach. Our outcomes data are, by far, the most robust in the industry.
We believe in collaboration. The clinical department meets weekly with the residential, medical, and academic departments in
a weekly treatment team. We review each student, each week, to make sure she’s progressing. Our therapists use a variety of
modalities to ensure the highest level of care. These include relationship-based therapies such as service and therapeutic
recreation.

As a New Haven employee, you’ll have the opportunity to change lives and heal families every day.

What you’ll love about us
● Meaningful work. You’ll make a lasting difference in lives of adolescent girls and their families. Therapy work will
include individual, family, and group sessions each week.
● Health benefits. We offer medical benefits and a generous HSA contribution.
● Prepare for the future. You’ll be eligible to sign up for a 401k with company matching.
● Personal growth and career development. We love to see our employees grow within the company, no matter where
they’re at in their career. To help you, we offer in-house training, a mastery program, and a yearly stipend for
continuing education. New Haven is heavily involved in industry symposiums, associations, and networking groups.
● Competitive salary. Based upon experience and licensure status.
● Utah region. You’ll have nearby access to national parks, festivals, higher education institutions, and year-round
outdoor activities. Utah is also one of the safest states to raise a family.
● Travel. Utah is beautiful, but it’s nice to get away. New Haven offers in-home visits and aftercare coaching to our
families. Therapists will be paid for these trips in addition to their regular salary.

What we’ll love about you
● You have a master’s degree in behavioral sciences. For example, marriage and family therapy (MFT, LMFT); social
work (MSW, LCSW); clinical mental health counseling (LPC, LCMHC); or a related discipline.
● You are (or have the ability to be) licensed in the state of Utah, or you are actively working towards obtaining clinical
licensure.
● You’re able to pass a state background check.
● You’re motivated, adaptable, and have a fluid schedule.
● You have two years of experience leading individual, family, and group sessions as a therapist.
● You’ve had a year of experience in a residential setting using relational, experiential, and systemic modalities
(preferred, but not required).
● You’re interested in working with us long-term.

Let’s get to know each other
If you think you’d be happy working at New Haven, we’d love to talk and answer your questions. To do so, you can contact a
member of our hiring team Debbi Johnson, our HR manager, at 801.423.5285, hr@newhavenrtc.com or Erik Backlund, our
Corporate Recruiter at 801-423-5297, ebacklund@innerchange.com.
If you’re ready to apply, you can submit a resume at www.innerchange.com/careers.

Clinical Director Utah Health and Human Rights

Description

Salary: DOE
Job Description: Clinical Director
Utah Health and Human Rights Project (UHHR)

Department and location: UHHR Clinical Program, Salt Lake City, Utah
Category and Status: Regular, full-time at 40 hours/week, exempt
Salary: Competitive based on qualifications and experience
Reports to: Executive Director

Job Summary: The Clinical Director oversees and manages all aspects of clinical services provided to UHHR torture, war trauma, and asylum clients; with a strong focus on cross-cultural and multidisciplinary approaches. The Clinical Director will be responsible for ensuring that UHHR’s clinical program is relevant, up to date and meets agency and funder goals. All staff and volunteers providing clinical services will be trained and supervised by the Clinical Director, and will receive appropriate supervisory hours as needed, as required by licensure. The Clinical Director will play an integral role in overall agency program and strategic planning.

Specific responsibilities include:
1) Job Specific Duties:

Program Leadership
• Collaborate with local and national mental health organizations and academic institutions to ensure that UHHR delivers outstanding and evidence-based mental health interventions
• Provide oversight and direction for clinical services provided to UHHR clients, including: asylum seekers, torture survivors, and survivors of severe war trauma
• Lead a collaborative, multi-disciplinary clinical approach that addresses and meets the unique needs of clients seeking rehabilitative services at UHHR

Direct Client Services
• Provide and oversee the clinical assessment of and treatment for UHHR clients
• Oversee the development and implementation of a treatment plan for each client in conjunction with clinical staff
• Provide direct psycho-therapy to clients in group and individual settings

Indirect Client Services
• Know and understand eligibility requirements and documentation for torture and asylum
• Collaborate with case workers at refugee/immigrant serving agencies to coordinate and/or reduce duplication of services for clients
• Keep updated and detailed client files on each client in caseload and clear and concise case notes
• Record services for each client for each client in Salesforce. Records are current on a weekly basis.
• Respond accordingly to inquiries from the community on UHHR services

Staff Leadership and Management
• Hire and supervise counselors, therapists, case managers, students and volunteers
• Ensure that staff are aware of agency goals as related to program funders; that staff track and report outcomes to director in a timely manner, and program outcomes are in line with agency and funder goals
• Provide assistance to staff/volunteers with regards to secondary trauma
• Run regular clinical meetings

Program Support
• Participate as an active member of the leadership team to advise program and strategic planning and evaluation
• Perform related duties as assigned

2) Client Care and Safety:
• Maintain stringent client confidentiality both in and outside of the office and keep clinical staff up to date on UHHR policies and procedures related to client care and safety
• Adhere to UHHR security protocol and recommend revisions as necessary
• Conduct services in a culturally-appropriate manner
• Adhere to code of conduct and recommend revisions as necessary
• Instruct and guide clinical staff on best practices ensuring that clients receive culturally and linguistically appropriate services

3) Agency Responsibilities:
• Ensure clinical staff work collaboratively for program and agency goals
• Attend, lead, and participate in regular staff meetings
• Answer phone calls, greet clients and make referrals within the agency
• Contribute to UHHR’s mission and programs as needed
• Contribute ideas to program planning and assist the program in meetings its goals
• Adhere to agency policy and procedure manual and keep staff updated on changes
• Attend outreach events and present on agency services as needed
• Promote and represent the agency in a positive, pro-active way
• Instruct clinical staff on how to follow program protocol and chain of command
• Maintain a culture of respect, honesty and dignity with co-workers and clients
• Other duties as assigned

4) Professional Development:
• Maintain licensure/credentials as needed
• Attend trainings relevant to job function, as supported by the budget

5) Record-keeping and Reporting:
• Maintain client data in the database
• Keep client files and case notes up to date and in accordance with program policies
• Submit reports and all administrative documentation in a timely manner

Supervisory Responsibilities
The Clinical Director supervises all staff and volunteers providing clinical services

Qualifications:
Experience
• Cross-cultural and trauma experience a must, preferably with experience in the mental health issues of refugees or torture/severe war trauma survivors
• At least 5 years’ experience providing direct client therapy
• Program development and strong leadership experience a must, including ability to work creatively, adaptively and under pressure
• Proven ability to develop and run a clinical program in various stages of development
• Ability to coordinate and implement client treatment plans, and assess progress toward goals
• Ability to address clinical issues through a multi-cultural lens
• Computer skills including email, power point, and word processing
• International experience or strong background working within diverse communities
• Experience working in a non-profit and leading a team
• Ability to educate, train and provide constructive feedback in a manner which will increase staff ability to accomplish the responsibilities of their positions

Skills and Attributes
• Commitment to immerse oneself in the field of torture treatment and immigrant mental health
• Ability to motivate staff and provide constructive feedback
• Strong organizational skills
• Stay up to date with evidence based methods
• Interest/skills in community mental health approaches
• Work comfortably with interpreters
• Strong and proven interest in issues of political torture and the health consequences of human rights abuses

Education
• LCSW preferred but PhD or master’s level therapists will be considered
• Candidate must be licensed and certified to provide direct mental health services to clients

Physical Requirements:
The employee may sit comfortably to perform work. He/she will also walk, stand, bend and carry light items. The employee will be required to drive an automobile. Special physical demands are not required to perform the responsibilities of this position.

Working Conditions:
Duties are performed in an office setting and in locations outside of the office. Risks associated with this position are those found in the typical office setting.

Other:
Criminal background check, a valid driver’s license and current automobile insurance is required.

Location: Salt Lake City

Information

How to Apply: Send cover letter and resume to heidi.justice@uhhr.org
Closing Date: Open until filled
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