New Morning Youth and Family Services offers a great environment and unique opportunities for persons interested in serving the youth of El Dorado County. As an agency dedicated to helping children and their families, New Morning understands the importance of flexibility to allow employees to meet family obligations. New Morning offers a variety of health plans, flexible work schedules and even 10, 11 and 12-month work agreements.
Training is a priority, too. With a clinical team comprised of intern and licensed Marriage Family Therapists and associate and licensed Clinical Social Workers, New Morning is committed to offering appropriate clinical supervision and ample opportunities for ongoing training to help our staff achieve and maintain licensure. New Morning works with staff to ensure the highest quality of mental health care for our clients.
New Morning is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, or any other basis covered by appropriate law. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit, and business need.
Current Job Openings:
Placerville, El Dorado County
New Morning Youth and Family Services (NMYFS) has an excellent career opportunity available for talented mental health professionals interested in the position of Clinical Supervisor. The Clinical Supervisor has full supervisory responsibilities over clinical and support staff including interviewing, selecting, training, assigning, directing, monitoring, and evaluating staff. In addition, responsibilities may include providing direct client services, clinical direction to subordinate staff, and clinical supervision of unlicensed clinicians and student interns.
Light physical activity may be required. This includes light physical effort and may include lifting of small, light objects and some bending, stooping, squatting, twisting, and reaching. Considerable walking or standing may be involved.
Eligible candidates must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.
SAMPLES OF DUTIES:
The information listed below is meant to serve as samples of the job duties and responsibilities for positions in this classification. This list is neither inclusive nor exclusive, but indicative of several types of duties performed. Consequently, this information does not reflect Essential Functions for any given position in this classification.
• Supervises staff in a behavioral health/child welfare program. Supervisory responsibilities include interviewing, selecting, training, assigning, directing, monitoring, evaluating staff and disciplining staff when necessary.
• Consults with a Clinical Services Director regarding program goals, activities, policies, and procedures.
• Communicates and interprets program goals, policies, and procedures to staff, community agencies, clients, and the public.
• Assures that NMYFS program policies are properly implemented.
• Develops and implements work schedules to assure proper program coverage.
• Ensures staff proficiency in behavioral health information and other information systems utilized by the particular program.
• Reviews case files to assure compliance with NMYFS, county, and state policies, procedures, and billing requirements.
• Assists management staff in the development and monitoring of program budgets.
• Assures proper maintenance of the physical facility and availability of supplies.
• Prepares or supervises the preparation of memoranda, letters, reports, and correspondence.
• In accordance with state licensing and/or certification requirements, may provide clinical supervision and consultation to professional staff seeking to obtain licensure or certification; may provide clinical supervision to student interns.
• In accordance with state licensing and/or certification requirements, may provide direct client services including evaluating and developing treatment plans, conducting therapy sessions, and consulting with other agencies regarding client treatment.
• May conduct special studies or projects under the direction of management staff.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
• Principles and practices of employee supervision and staff development;
• Principles, theories, techniques and practices of clinical social work and/or marriage and family therapy;
• Various therapeutic, treatment and recovery approaches, including telehealth, individual, group and family counseling for substance use disorders;
• Principles and practices of behavioral health education, community organizations and allied behavioral health services and resources;
• Laws, regulations and ethical standards governing behavioral health treatment and medical records;
• Behavioral health interviewing techniques and treatment methods;
• Intensive and long term case management services;
• Principles and practices of cultural competency theory;
• Theories and causes of substance use disorders.
• Select, train, supervise, evaluate, and discipline subordinate staff;
• Display effective organizational and time management principles and techniques;
• Identify and evaluate normal and abnormal behavioral tendencies;
• Evaluate, develop and implement treatment plans;
• Remain knowledgeable and proficient in mental health practices through readings, research, professional organizations, academic training, and participation in direct client services;
• Conduct outcome measured culturally appropriate individual/group/family psychotherapy, rehabilitation services and case management services;
• Communicate effectively in both oral and written forms to behavioral health staff, consumers, their family members and other interested community members;
• Maintain effective interpersonal relationships at all organizational levels and with the public;
• Demonstrate a high degree of maturity, integrity, initiative, and independent judgment.
Education: Possession of a master’s degree that is acceptable within the United States' accredited college or university system.
Experience: Two (2) years of full-time, paid mental health or substance abuse work experience as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, or Licensed Psychologist.
License: Valid State of California license as a Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, or Psychologist.
Possession of a valid Class "C" driver's license, or equivalent, may be required.
Mental Health Clinician
Placerville, El Dorado County
Position: Full-time counseling position in the Placerville area of El Dorado County, CA. Provide children and adolescent youth individual and family counseling. Strong communication skills required (written/oral). Ability to document services in a comprehensive manner; basic computer skills are required.
Licensing Requirements: LCSW, LMFT or LPC or registered intern as either LMSW, AMFT or APC.
Education: Master’s degree in social work or counseling with an emphasis in marriage family therapy.
Experience: Mental health counseling experience with children, adolescents, and families preferred.
Salary/benefits: Competitive salary commensurate with experience, education, and licensure status; possible bilingual pay differential. Comprehensive benefit package after 90-day introductory period.
Other: Applicant must be fingerprinted/live-scanned and receive clearance from the FBI, Department of Justice, and the National Child Abuse Index. Must pass a TB test. Use of personal vehicle required; must possess valid CA driver’s license and proof of automobile insurance.
How to apply: If qualified, please email with your Letter of Interests and resume attached in PDF (preferred) or MS Word. All other formats will not be considered.
No phone calls or walk-ins, please.