| EDUCATION: Master’s or Doctoral Degree in psychology, social work, or other human services field. LCSW, LPC, LMFT, or Psychologist licensure required. |
EXPERIENCE: At least five years in mental health or human service field working with young children and families ages birth-5 years. Two or more years of supervisory and program management experience required.
SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES: •Self-motivated and directed, demonstrate strong relationship-building skills, have experience with infrastructure development and hold a high value for diversity. •Ability to establish collaborative partnerships with therapists and fellow community organizations. •Knowledge and expertise in the realm of clinical and reflective supervision. •Knowledge and expertise in infant/early childhood mental health diagnosis (DC:0-3R/DC:0-5), perinatal mental health diagnosis (DSM-V) and parent-infant relational assessments (e.g., Working Model Interview, Crowell play procedure, MIM) •Training and proficiency in dyadic 0-5 treatment interventions including Child Parent Psychotherapy, Parent Child Interaction Therapy and TF-CBT. •Knowledge and understanding of trauma-informed care principles and practices. •Effective written and verbal communication skills. •Demonstrated ability to work effectively with diverse populations. •Flexibility, adaptability as well as the ability to focus attention on workflow processes, procedures, budgetary guidelines, and documentation/productivity standards. •The ability to laugh with others and have a sense of humor.
WORKING CONDITIONS/SCHEDULE: Full-time. Outpatient clinic hours vary by location but include Monday through Thursdays 8am-7pm and Fridays 8am-5pm, some flexibility depending on schedule needs may be possible. May involve some evening or occasional weekend events.
PHYSICAL REQIUREMENTS: Ability to sit, stand, bend and reach, drive, operate standard office equipment such as phone, computer, facsimile, copier/printer, and other business machines. Occasional lifting up to 40 lbs.