Requirements: CA Licensed with minimum 3 years post- licensure experience.1 year experience providing clinical supervision towards LCSW and LMFT license and administrative supervision. Applicant must have knowledge and experience with DMH EPSDT, PEI, and Adult programs; procedures and documentation requirements; EBP training and certification in TF-CPT or I CBT, Seeking Safety, CPP preferred. Multi-culture competency preferred.
Report to: Clinical Director and Programs Division Head
Scope of Responsibilities: Provide training, supervision and guidance to ACSW, AMFT and Master’s level interns and trainees in MSW, MFT programs and paraprofessional client support staff; and reviews supervisees’ documentation of client services and ensures program and QA compliance. Will provide administrative supervision of assigned staff; coordinate and direct the clinical and case management activities; provide culturally competent direct clinical/therapeutic counseling and mental health services, clinical intake/evaluation, crisis intervention, parent/child therapeutic activities, community presentations and other therapeutic services as needed. Participates in the management of Clinical Services with implementation and facilitation of new programs and transformations as required.
Pacific Asian Counseling Services (PACS) is a private, non-profit community based organization. PACS enriches the lives of children and families through counseling and caring. We provide culturally sensitive and language specific services with expertise in the immigrant Asian Pacific Islander populations. Services are provided to diverse multi-ethnic clientele, by cultural and linguistic competent professional staff.
If interested in the above employment opportunity, please mail resume with cover letter and salary history to: Joycelyn Manzano, Dir. Of HR at (310) 337-1550, Ext. 2009 or emailed to jmanzano