Licensed Clinician II
This is a senior level Licensed Clinician to provide day-to-day oversight of the Emergency Services Unit. This position will be responsible for working on the scheduling needs of a 24 hour program, provide consultation and assignment for ES clinicians’ cases, and provide individual supervision of clinicians both in the office and on call. Position will also be responsible for direct supervision of the court process to include MOT.
Monitors and implements strategies to insure individual’s access to assessment and evaluation. Plans and organizes activities for area of responsibility, supports staff as needed to achieve task completion. This position obtains all written clinical documentation, obtains copy/copies of the court order, and obtain signed release of information, schedules appointment with a willing treatment provider, completes CIBH paperwork, ensures CIBH staff and treatment provider has all relevant information, provides follow up and notifies the court of non-compliance.
Preparation and maintenance of client records and implementation of utilization review of those records. This position will implement case assignment and service authorizations, as needed. Position will manage individuals that are admitted into a state Safety Net Bed. (SNB).
Perform day-today operational oversight of the ECO/TDO process. Assign, monitor and consult on all client cases. Supervise Clinicians involved in the ECO/TDO MOT process. Perform staff supervision and yearly employee evaluations.
Perform Pre-admission Screenings , Intakes , individual, group and family counseling, as needed.
Requires Master’s Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, or a closely related field.
SPECIAL CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSES:
Requires State of Virginia licensure as a Clinical Psychologist, Social Worker, or Counselor. May require a valid driver’s license and a driving record that is in compliance with City Driving Standards.
In addition to satisfying the vocational/education standards, this class requires a minimum of four years of related, full-time equivalent experience.