Assessment/Stabilization Clinician – $1300 Hiring Bonus!!
- We are offering a hiring bonus to new employees hired from this recruitment. The details of the bonus will be discussed at interview and/or offer.
- Licensed Clinicians $1,300 Hiring Bonus
- Non-Licensed Clinicians $1,000 Hiring Bonus
While you work to empower Colorado youth and families, we empower you to develop your career. Join one of the most respected leaders in child advocacy services – Shiloh House. Our family like culture and specialized programs allow our staff to utilize their individual talents and contribute in ways that are both professionally and personally fulfilling. At Shiloh House you will find meaning and purpose in your work while you build your career. Our leaders are dedicated to teaching and providing you with the tools to be successful. We believe strongly in growing and developing our future leaders, providing advancement opportunities by promoting from within. In return for your dedication and contributions, you will be recognized and provided an array of competitive benefits. Come join us and serve our great community!!
We are looking for an Assessment / Stabilization Clinician to add to our growing Clinical team at our Thornton Facility. The ideal employee will have experience in home based family services, child development, child welfare systems, access to resources, community services, family engagement, brief interventions, motivational interviewing, assessment, and resource planning. Join our team and work directly with our clients and help them reintegrate into our community!
Areas of Responsibility:
- Provide direct clinical services including individual, family, multi-family, and group therapy for a blended caseload of offense specific and non-offense specific youth.
- Individual, Family, and Outpatient therapies may take place in homes and/or in office
- Complete case management responsibilities
- Clinical documentation including assessments, treatment planning, progress reports, discharge summaries, court reports, and notes in a timely manner
- Transport clients to court and other non-medical appointments as needed
- Utilize behavior management techniques with clients
- Participate in agency on-call rotation
- Must be able to meet strict documentation guidelines
- Research and expand the database of community resources including visiting the community resources, learning about referral processes, and evaluating the resource to determine if it is valuable for families
- Collect information from referring parties and/or clients and families to determine which Shiloh House service or program is being requested and is most appropriate for the stated needs of the client and/or family
- Complete interviews with clients and families as needed as part of the referral assessment process
- Masters degree in Counseling or a related field from a CACREP accredited school. If the school is not CACREP accredited there must be proof of completion of the educational equivalency review at the time of interview.
- Must be eligible for provisional license through DORA if not already licensed
- Experience in individual, family, and group therapy preferred
- Experience with offense specific population preferred
- Requires skill in assessment, diagnosis, case conceptualization, and treatment planning
- Must be willing to work in a team of professionals outside of the agency
- Must have a valid CO driver’s license or the ability to obtain one with a clean motor vehicle record
- Must be willing to pass FBI fingerprint & child abuse database background checks
- Must have flexible hours, may work weekends or evenings
- Travel within the Denver metro area will be required with use of personal vehicle. Mileage will be paid consistent with company policy.
- Must work well on a team and be motivated independently
- Must be able to multi-task in a fast paced and often acute environment
- Must have strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
Schedule: Generally M-F business hours, consistent with client needs
Compensation: In accordance with the Colorado Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, the expected salary range for this Colorado position is between $52,696 and $54,702. Actual pay will be adjusted based on experience and other job related factors permitted by law.
Job Type: Full-time
Shiloh Benefits: Insurance benefits include health, dental, vision, life, accident, and critical illness. We also offer a 403(b) retirement plan with match, paid time off, personal leave, overtime, bonuses, flexibility, and much, much more!
- 401(k) matching
- Dental insurance
- Employee assistance program
- Health insurance
- Paid time off
- Referral program
- Vision insurance