Social Worker, Special Expertise

University Counseling Center, The University of Utah

SOCIAL WORKER, SPECIAL EXPERTISE
Posting Number PRN17301B

The University Counseling Center (UCC) at The University of Utah enthusiastically welcomes
applications for a 10-month Clinical Social Worker to become an integral member of our
dynamic multidisciplinary team. This permanent position will be full-time (40 hours/week)
during August 1 through May 31 each year. Responsibilities include intake assessment;
individual and group counseling using a brief therapy model; providing direct crisis intervention
services prevention one day per week; outreach, and consultation with campus partners; and
other relevant duties as assigned. Opportunities for couples counseling, supervision, and
training of masters level social work interns are also possible. The successful candidate will have
a demonstrated commitment to working effectively from a multicultural orientation with our
diverse college population.

The UCC is accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services (IACS). Our staff is
composed of professionals from psychology, social work, and APRN disciplines. We have
several nationally recognized training programs, including a doctoral psychology internship
accredited by the American Psychological Association, a master’s internship in Social Work, and
practica in Counseling Psychology and Clinical Psychology. For more information about the UCC,
please visit www.counselingcenter.utah.edu.

The University of Utah is located on the east bench of Salt Lake City, UT. It is the state’s oldest
and largest institution of higher education and is a major research university. The University
offers over 100 undergraduate and more than 90 graduate degrees, including medicine and law,
to over 32,000 students. Salt Lake City and the surrounding area have an abundance of cultural
and recreational opportunities, including seven ski resorts within 45 minutes. For more
information about the University of Utah or Salt Lake City, visit www.experience.utah.edu or
www.visitsaltlake.com.

Qualifications: Current licensure or licensure eligibility as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker
(LCSW); two years of clinical experience with adults and late adolescents; demonstrated strong
clinical skills; and strong verbal and written communication skills. Preference will be given to
candidates with previous experience in college student mental health counseling and crisis
intervention, a strong commitment to and expertise in diversity issues, mindfulness intervention
skills, and familiarity with Salt Lake Valley community resources. Fluency in Mandarin or
language other than English is also preferred.

This is a 40 hours per week full-time benefitted position over the 10 month period August 1
through May 31. General work schedule is Monday, Thursday, Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm with
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings until 6:30.

Salary to be commensurate with experience and qualifications as departmental budget allows
and will be paid over a 12-month period. An excellent benefits package is included; see
https://www.hr.utah.edu/benefits/. Start date on or around August 1, 2018.

To Apply: Submit an online application at https://utah.peopleadmin.com. Please contact Steve
Lucero, Search Chair, with any questions about the position at slucero@sa.utah.edu or
801.581.6826. Successful completion of a background check required prior to hire. Review of
applications will begin on June 15, 2018.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Mental Health Intervention Specialist

University Counseling Center, The University of Utah

201 South 1460 East Rm 426
Salt Lake City UT, 84112-9061
801.581.6826
www.counselingcenter.utah.edu

Mental Health Intervention Specialist
Position Number PRN17303B

The University Counseling Center (UCC) at the University of Utah enthusiastically welcomes applications for the
full-time benefited position of Mental Health Intervention Specialist, to work as part of a crisis stabilization team
in a multidisciplinary campus counseling agency. This position is open to applicants with backgrounds Social
Work, Psychology, and Professional Counseling. The Mental Health Intervention Specialist will be the first
contact with students experiencing significant mental health distress. Responsibilities include providing direct
crisis intervention services, face-to-face case management, mindfulness-based short-term interventions,
individual counseling, and outreach and prevention activities focused on suicide prevention and campus crisis
response. Expertise in crisis intervention, strong clinical skills, and the ability to manage a full caseload is
expected. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated commitment to working with a diverse college
student client population.

The UCC is accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services (IACS). Our staff is composed of
professionals from psychology, social work, and APRN disciplines. We have several nationally recognized
training programs, including a doctoral psychology internship accredited by the American Psychological
Association, a master’s internship in Social Work, and practica in Counseling Psychology and Clinical Psychology.
For more information about the UCC, please visit www.counselingcenter.utah.edu.

Responsibilities include 1) crisis intervention services and intake assessments; 2) individual psychotherapy; 3)
face-to-face case management and client follow-up as needed; and 4) providing campus suicide prevention and
other mental-health related outreach presentations. Other responsibilities as assigned.

Qualifications: Licensure for independent practice in Utah in social work, psychology, or professional counseling
is required. Applicants must document experience working with college age students or young adults;
experience with crisis intervention and consultation; and, experience providing short term counseling. Excellent
crisis intervention and clinical skills and a strong knowledge base regarding multicultural issues are required.
Candidates must also demonstrate excellent human relations skills and effective verbal and written
communication skills.

Preferred Qualifications: Preference will be given to those with experience working with a multidisciplinary
team and providing mental health services on a college campus. Fluency in Mandarin or language other than
English also preferred.

Work Schedule: Monday, Thursday, Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm; Tuesday and Wednesday evenings until 6:30.
Occasional weekend hours possible.

Salary to be commensurate with skills and experience as departmental budget allows. An excellent benefits
package is included, see https://www.hr.utah.edu/benefits/ for more information. Start date on or around
August 1, 2018.

Comments: Qualified candidates with backgrounds in social work, psychology, and professional counseling will
be considered for this position. To apply, please submit an online application at https://utah.peopleadmin.com .
Please contact Roberto Martinez, Search Committee Chair, with any questions about the position at
rmartinez@sa.utah.edu or 801.581.6826. Review of applications will begin on June 15, 2018. Successful
completion of a background check required prior to hire.

Licensed Clinical Social Worker/CSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker/CSW – This F/T position provides counseling, psychotherapy, information and referrals to Community Health Center, Inc.’s (CHC) 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 program. 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) 746-0420.  See: https://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=licensed%20clinical%20social%20worker&l=Midvale%2C%20UT&vjk=e014dca12cbb8fe5

Exploring Health and Mental Health of Refugees and Immigrants: A Call to Action

On Friday, January 26th, the Center for Research on Migration & Refugee Integration (CRMRI) at the University of Utah will host the first in a series of symposia aimed at addressing integration gaps for Salt Lake area residents with refugee or immigrant backgrounds.  In response to community requests, this discussion will focus specifically on access to healthcare and the lack of services available to address mental health issues.  “This is a day to explore the needs of underserved populations and help them to get the necessary services,” said Caren Frost, director of CRMRI.  She explained this is an opportunity for service providers to talk about the issues they are seeing and consider how services can be provided with resources currently available in the Salt Lake Valley. 

Panelists will include representatives from the International Rescue Committee, Salt Lake City Police Department, St. Mark’s Family Medicine, University of Utah Health Clinics, and the Refugee & Immigrant Center–Asian Association of Utah, among others.  “Hopefully this day will offer a chance for people to take a closer look at the work they are doing, as well as an opportunity to expand their networks of available services,” explained Frost. “We are going to ask them to consider, ‘Is my organization duplicating services?’  ‘What needs aren’t we meeting?’  ‘Could we improve the way we give and receive referrals?’”

After giving participants a chance to talk though concerns, symposium attendees will create a defined action plan in order to implement change where it is needed the most. “In the end, it comes down to one question,” said Frost, “How do we better serve the people most in need?”

The symposium will take place in the University of Utah College of Social Work’s Okazaki Community Meeting Room (155), 395 South 1500 East, Salt Lake City, from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm. Registration for this event is required and the cost is $10.  For more information and an agenda of the day, visit:  https://umarket.utah.edu/um2/csw/product.php?product=27

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
Your Website: Visit organizational website.
Job Post Link: Visit additional job posting information.

Clinical Supervisor

Curran Seeley Foundation in Jackson, WY is in search of a full-time Clinical Supervisor:

Come and live in the mountains of beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Our small outpatient treatment agency provides separate Men’s, Women’s and Adolescent programs, DUI classes and prevention services to Teton County, Wyoming and the surrounding area. Visit curranseeley.com for more information about our programs and services.

  • Master’s degree and WY license or ability to obtain license.
  • Must have clinical experience in a therapeutic setting as well as supervisory experience as a senior clinician or previous supervisor role.  
  • Attention to detail, organizational skills, computer literacy, and a positive demeanor are necessary in this position. 
  • Position will be a combination of both clinical work and supervisory work in a busy nonprofit agency. 
  • Knowledge of substance use disorders, co-occurring mental health disorders and effective therapeutic interventions as well as knowledge of supervision styles and core competencies.
  • Competitive salary and benefits package including health insurance, retirement, wellness package, holidays and personal leave time.
  • We are an equal opportunity, drug-free workplace.
  • For more information about Curran Seeley Foundation, go to www.curranseeley.com

Please send resume and cover letter to tricia@curranseeley.com.

Pre-Doctoral Fellowship in Social Work Neuroscience and Clinical Research on Behavioral Health Interventions

Eric Garland, PhD, Associate Dean for Research at the University of Utah College of Social Work and Director of the Center on Mindfulness and Integrative Health Intervention Development, is seeking clinically-trained social work PhD students for a fellowship in social work neuroscience and clinical research on behavioral health interventions. Pre-doctoral fellows will assist in Federally-funded research; faculty at the University of Utah College of Social Work are currently conducting research projects funded by NIH -National Institute of Drug Abuse, NIH-National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, NIH-National Institute on Aging, National Institute on Justice, the National Science Foundation, the Department of Defense, and Patient Center Research Outcomes Institute (PCORI).

Pre-doctoral fellows will support clinical biobehavioral research on mindfulness as a treatment for chronic pain and prescription opioid misuse at the Center on Mindfulness and Integrative Health Intervention Development, which currently oversees more than $17 million in NIH, DOD, and PCORI funded grants. In particular, fellows will help conduct randomized clinical trials (RCTs) and mechanistic research of Mindfulness-Oriented Recovery Enhancement (MORE), a manualized social work intervention for addiction, stress-related conditions, and chronic pain. For additional information on MORE and current research, see www.drericgarland.com.

Pre-doctoral fellows will assist with the following duties: a) manuscript preparation from existing datasets; b) implementing mindfulness and other behavioral interventions to study participants; c) clinical data collection; d) psychophysiological data collection (autonomic and fMRI measures); and e) data analysis. Pre-doctoral fellows will have opportunities to coauthor scientific articles from existing primary datasets, as well as to conduct new research studies, leveraging the resources and interdisciplinary connections of the College of Social Work, which extend into Psychiatry, Psychology, Oncology, Public Health, Anesthesiology, Neuroscience, Family Medicine, Law, and Nursing, among other departments.

The fellowship comes with a competitive stipend in addition to a graduate research assistantship.

Required Qualifications: Dr. Garland is seeking doctoral program applicants with a MSW, strong writing and analytical skills, and clinical experience working with persons suffering from mental health problems, addictive behaviors, and/or chronic pain and other health conditions.

Preferred Qualifications: Applicants with a LCSW, previous experience with mindfulness, quantitative data analysis, computer programming, psychophysiological data collection/analysis, and/or previous study coordination experience on Federally-funded studies will be given preference.

College, University, and Environment: As a major research and teaching university—and the flagship of the Utah System of Higher Education—the University of Utah strives to create an academic environment in which the highest standards of scholarship, professional practice and teaching are observed.  The University is located in Salt Lake City, at the base of the Wasatch Mountains, providing ready access to world class outdoor recreational opportunities. 

The University of Utah College of Social Work has a number of excellent research facilities, including the state-of-the-art Bridge Training Clinic, consisting of four therapy rooms with one-way mirrors and videotaping capacity for behavioral observation and coding, as well as a Social Work Neuroscience Laboratory for assessment of neurocognitive and neuroaffective mechanisms of therapeutic change.

Application Process:

Review of applications will begin immediately and the position will be open until filled. Applicants should provide cover letter, curriculum vitae, list of three professional references, and published writing sample(s).

Inquiries regarding the position may be directed to Dr. Eric Garland, PhD, Associate Dean for Research, at eric.garland@socwk.utah.edu, 801-581-3826. Applicants for the fellowship must also apply to the Ph.D program in Social Work; please contact Mirela Rankovic, Program Coordinator, at mirela.rankovic@socwk.utah.edu 801-585-5979, or Dr. Christina Gringeri, Ph.D. Director, at cgringeri@socwk.utah.edu, 801-581-4864.

The University of Utah is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and educator. Minorities, women, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Veteran’s preference. Reasonable accommodations provided. For additional information: http://w3ww.regulations.utah.edu/humanResources/5-106.html.

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
Your WebsiteVisit organizational website.
Job Post LinkVisit additional job posting information.

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Community Health Centers, Inc.

4745 South 3200 West

Salt Lake City, 84129

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.

LCSW/CSW

Northeastern Counseling Center

is looking for a highly motivated

Licensed Clinical Social Worker/ Certified Social Worker

(or Equivalent)

to work in our roosevelt or vernal office

Northeastern Counseling Center provides mental health and substance abuse services for the tri-county area of the Uintah Basin.  NCC is a great organization that cares for its clients as well as its employees and provides a pleasant, rewarding environment to work in.  We have approximately 50 employees with a very low turn-over rate. 

The Uintah Basin is a beautiful rural area near mountains, canyons and rivers and has plenty of outdoor opportunities available within a close distance.  We are located approximately 150 miles east of Salt Lake City, Utah.

We want to recruit a highly motivated, skilled mental health professional who will provide individual and group outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment services to a variety of patients including adults, children and families. 

This is a full-time position with an excellent benefit package including retirement, 401(k), term life, health, dental, and vision insurance plus a generous holiday, vacation and sick leave allowance.  Loan repayment is also available through National Health Service Corps.  The salary is $47,486 annually for LCSW or equivalent and $42,390 annually for CSW or equivalent, with the possibility of earning monthly and annual bonuses.  In addition, we may offer a relocation expense or signing bonus. Must be able to pass a Criminal Background Screening.

 Position is open until filled.

To apply, send letter of interest with resume to:

Marsha Perry, Human Resources

Northeastern Counseling Center

285 West 800 South Roosevelt, UT  84066

Phone:  435-725-6350  Fax:  435-725-6325

Email: marshap@nccutah.org