Kent Youth and Family Services is seeking a Substance Abuse Disorder Treatment Supervisor to assist in providing individual and family therapy, group counseling, assessment and case management services to youth and families. This position will also directly manage the day-to-day supervision of SUD program staff.
Director, Behavioral Health Programs
• Provide training and supervision of all Substance Abuse Disorder Program staff and CDPT interns.
• Manage client assignments/caseloads for SUD staff and interns.
• Provide individual, couple, family and group counseling; intake and assessments; crisis intervention; drop-in with follow-up.
• Supervise and ensure quality assurance and clinical documentation standards are met per WAC, King County, and NAVOS.
• Ensure all policies and requirements are met for all contract.
• Meet 50% direct service goal and carry an ongoing caseload.
• Provide case consultation, linkage to and coordination of services with collateral contacts
• Enter client information into EMR system meeting required timelines.
• Provide agency and program statistical information necessary for program/service evaluations.
• Respond when needed and available for client crisis calls and telephone intakes.
• Provide education and prevention services, i.e., skill building classes, and provide school trainings/presentations as requested.
• Provide outreach to youth, parents, schools and communities to ensure awareness of community needs and available services.
• Attend and participate in all staff meetings, clinical consultations and in-service trainings.
• Promote effective relationships among diverse populations of children, youth and families receiving services.
• Function as a member of the Kent Youth and Family Services Clinical Program.
• Bachelors’ degree/Master’s degree with five years experience in substance abuse disorders treatment.
• Current WA State certification as CDP in good standing.
• Proven skills counseling youth and families in individual, family and group settings.
• GAIN certified with knowledge of treatment approaches for individual and family counseling, crisis intervention and brief therapy.
• Knowledge of group process.
• Ability to develop and monitor goal-directed treatment relationships.
• Experience in leading groups, trainings, and workshops.
• Ability to develop community resources and market services.
• Organizational skills and able to meet deadlines.
• Strong oral and written communication skills.
• Satisfactory completion of required fingerprinting and Washington State Criminal Background check.
• Must have satisfactory driving record with proof of minimum auto insurance coverage.
WORKING CONDITIONS AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES: Work is performed in an office and school environment with extensive periods of time sitting. Individual will use computer requiring hand/wrist/finger movement and viewing of computer monitor. Periods of standing during group facilitation may be required.
HOURS/SALARY: This is a full-time, exempt position. Flexible schedule including some evenings. Benefits include medical, dental, life and short-term disability. Company contribution to 403b retirement after one year of service. Salary DOQ.
OPENING DATE: March 8, 2017
CLOSING DATE: When filled.
SEND COVER LETTER AND RESUME TO:
Kent Youth & Family Services
232 South 2nd Avenue, Suite 201
Kent, WA 98032
Or Email: KYFSHR@kyfs.org
Or Fax: 253-373-9441
Kent Youth & Family Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer