Posting: Clinician Masters Level Outpatient - Oakland Family Services
January 17, 2023
CLINICIAN MASTERS LEVEL OUTPATIENT
$5,000 New Hire Signing Incentive
Who We Are
Oakland Family Services offers a warm and engaging work environment that is led by our cultural values. Oakland Family Services is a private, non-profit human service organization serving the area and building brighter futures for 100 years. We offer a continuum of prevention, education and treatment services that span the human life cycle, enrich the lives of children, strengthen families, rebuild lives and builds brighter futures for those we serve and those we employ. We are a proud recipient of the Detroit Free Press Top Workplaces Award for the 8th consecutive year!
What’s In It For YOU?
- Cultural values that are clear and lived each day
- Peer-based staff recognition programs • Annual staff celebration (awards and luncheon)
- Warm, supportive work environment
- Work/life balance and wellness initiatives
- Flexible work schedule/hybrid schedule where appropriate
- Clinical supervision
- Professional development to include paid trainings and leadership and succession opportunities
- Team oriented approach to work processes
- RISE – Employee Sponsored Task Force Committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
- Commitment to open, honest and transparent communication • Quarterly all staff lunch and/or meetings with the CEO
- Employee engagement initiatives (road rallies, employee appreciation events, staff recognition programs, food truck lunch-truck event, ice cream day, spirit weeks, logo wear webstore, bring your child to work day, chili cook off/bake off contests, and more)
Our Employee Benefits
- Three medical insurance plans to choose from (2 HMO’s and 1 PPO with Health Saving Account)
- Flexible Spending Accounts and HSA options*
- 403B Retirement Plan with a company match (immediate eligibility)
- Employer-paid Vision and Dental Insurance*
- Employer-paid Long-Term Disability*
- Voluntary Short-Term Disability Option*
- Generous Paid Time Off Benefits* to include vacation (10 prorated days of vacation time for new employees with increases starting after 2 years of employment) Sick (10 prorated days of paid sick leave), Personal Days (1 paid personal day off in addition to sick leave and vacation time), 11 paid bank holidays (in addition to sick leave, vacation time, and your personal day)
- Employer-paid Life Insurance and AD&D
- Employee Assistance Programs
- Verizon Cellular Plan Discount and other available discounts
*Applicable to regular, full time employees
About the Opportunity/Work
We are seeking motivated Master’s prepared clinicians with child, adolescent and adult experience to provide direct mental health and substance abuse treatment to a diverse population. The Clinician is responsible to: obtain, analyze and evaluate case data, develop an understanding of the client’s situation and to develop goals and planned responses, carry out the plan and/or alter the plan as new understandings demand, analyze and evaluate the course and results of the treatment process. Additionally, the Clinician will perform the administrative tasks related to assigned caseload and other work assignments as required by the agency; provide assistance, support and leadership to other staff members through consulting, teaching and other means as appropriate; coordinate program activities when assigned to do so.
Specific Duties/Job Expectation
- The Clinician provides appropriate service to an undifferentiated caseload in accordance with agency needs and the skill level of the worker. The number of client contacts that the worker will be expected to have will be established by administration.
- The Clinician is responsible to: obtain, analyze and evaluate case data; develop an understanding of the client's situation and to develop goals and planned responses; carry out the plan and/or alter the plan as new understandings demand; analyze and evaluate the course and results of the treatment process.
- Additional duties may include: client intake; volunteer recruitment and supervision, assignment to specific agency work sites; assignment to a special project or contract; provision of leadership to educational or counseling or volunteer groups; to work with community problems as interest and skill indicates; and other duties as assigned.
- Full time Clinicians are expected to produce a specified number of direct contact units per week.
- Perform the administrative tasks related to assigned caseload and other work assignments as required by the agency.
- Perform selected and additional administrative assignments as required, including student supervision.
- Provide assistance, support and leadership to other staff members through consulting, teaching and other means as appropriate, and to coordinate program activities when assigned to do so.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Participates in studies of particular problems or of practice; provides data; suggests areas for study; and assists in the clarification of problems.
Does This Describe YOU?
- LMSW highly preferred. Master's level licensure required.
- CAADC or Development Plan eligible.
- Master’s Degree from an accredited school of social work or related field, and licensure commensurate with accrued experience and degree obtained.
- Special abilities, skills, and credentials such as substance abuse qualification, child abuse or sexual abuse treatment experience, and geriatric experience, where positions have a major focus in the specialty area.
- Demonstrate competence in the establishment of rapport and responsive behaviors with clients; understand the needs of individuals and families in crisis including the unique service needs of victims of violence, abuse, or neglect and their family members (including the mandatory reporting requirements); exhibit an awareness and understanding of cultural identity and relevant interventions, display an understanding of the basic health and medical needs of the service population; are knowledgeable about the procedures for working with foreign language speakers and persons with communication impairments; and are familiar with public assistance and government subsidies.
- Ability to access financial and other community resources; identify the impact of the socioeconomic environment on the service population; and empower clients and their families to advocate on their own behalf.
- Ability and willingness to conduct outreach in the community.
- Special abilities and skills necessary to perform the required tasks and that best meet the needs of the agency also will be considered. Particular standards above may be waived when compensating specifications or circumstances exist.
Oakland Family Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status
Talent Acquisition Assistant Oakland Family Services
Phone: 248-858-7766 ext.1354