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Latah Recovery Center
Master’s Level Clinician
Salary Range: $22-26
This is a part time exempt position that reports directly to the Latah Recovery Center Executive Director and receives clinical oversight by the staff of the Rural Crisis Center Network.
This position works with participants entering our programs via either a Rural Crisis Center or a Recovery Community Center. The clinician provides:
- Risk Assessment and Crisis Management
Typical responsibilities: applies clinical skills to assess client/family safety; employs standard suicide assessment measures; provides best practice crisis interventions to ensure safety.
- Crisis Therapy and Case Management
Typical responsibilities: works with the client to identify supports, access resources and develop a safety plan, provides emergency, crisis intervention, and after hours on-call services.
Typical responsibilities: Provides supervision for non-licensed crisis center staff. Group supervision includes reviewing crisis center interventions, documentation, safety planning.
- Rural education and outreach
Typical responsibilities: Weekly outreach and educational efforts in rural Latah county. May include trainings, consultation and volunteer recruitment.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
The Clinician shall be responsible for carrying out the following duties:
- Risk assessment, crisis therapy and other clinical assistance of Crisis Center and Recovery Community Center participants.
- Work with existing staff and volunteers to improve existing peer coaching program.
- Cultivate positive relations within the team, peers, and external parties.
- Support growth and program development in all areas of the Center.
- Keep current client documentation, reports and proposals.
- Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director or Rural Crisis Center Network.
The Clinician will supervise bachelor level non-licensed peer specialists and recovery coaches relative to their work in the Crisis Center. The clinician may supervise interns as needed.
The Clinician will attend all regular staff meetings, committee meetings of the board as assigned, and meetings of the board of directors as assigned. Regular contact with the Executive Director, Rural Crisis Center Network lead staff, board committee chairs, and staff shall be required to maintain a current coordination and awareness of agency-wide issues.
Qualification Requirements/Education and/or Experience:
A Master’s Degree (or higher) in a direct clinical practice Human Services field is required for this position. (Master’s Degree in social work, psychology, marriage and family counseling, marriage and family therapy, psychosocial rehabilitation counseling, psychiatric nursing, or very closely related field of study). Licensure with the State of Idaho as an LMSW, LCP, LCSW or LCPC with Supervisor certification is preferred.
Excellent written and verbal English is required.
Mathematical and Computer Skills:
Knowledge of Electronic Health Record software such as WITS or ability and wiliness to learn are required.
The Crisis Center is a health facility. As such, HIPAA regulations apply. Confidentiality protocol applies to all interactions with clients and co-workers across the combined agencies. The Clinician must support Center policies, goals and mission at all times. This involves maintaining confidentiality regarding consumer information and internal agency information. Additionally, the position necessitates a degree of political and social awareness required by the unique nature of the organization.