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Recovery Academy Clinician (re-ad 23-00129)

Recovery Academy Clinician (re-ad 23-00129)

Minimum Qualifications Master’s degree in a human services field (i.e., psychology, social work, counseling, or education); a minimum of one year of professional experience working within a human services field is required; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Professional licensure, such as Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or license-eligible is preferred. Pre-employment drug test, FBI criminal background check investigation and education/degree verification required.  Duties Looking for an exciting opportunity to join a newly developing Recovery High School (RHS) program in Chesterfield County? The Department of Mental Health Support Services (MHSS) will be providing clinical support positions to Chesterfield County Public School’s (CCPS) new Recovery High School program. Participates as member of the Chesterfield County Recovery High School (RHS) support services team providing quality, evidenced-based, recovery-oriented supports and related services to RHS students and families. Provides counseling and case management services to individuals, parents, families, and groups in the setting of the school and in community as needed. Makes recommendations and operationalize best practices for clinical assessments, service planning, and recovery programming to benefit the entire RHS program. Participates in efforts with the RHS team to ensure compliance with best practice standards and in the pursuit of national accreditation standards. Coordinates services with, and make referrals to, other appropriate community programs and resources as needed. Functions with independence and autonomy, utilizing supervision as needed. Provides input on program admissions, discharges, and changes in level of care. Provides timely and high-quality clinical documentation to support all aspects of the program and to meet data tracking and regulatory requirements. This position is located 100% at the CCPS Recovery High School and is directly supervised by the MHSS Senior Clinician position in the same program. The Clinician may act as an ambassador for the RHS program and for recovery, in general. The position may involve some public speaking related to the support aspects of the RHS program and may provide pre-enrollment information to families or other referral sources, as needed. Stays in touch with industry changes in RHS programming recommendations, recovery resources in the community, and partnerships that enhance the RHS program. Perform other work as required. Please Note: This is a temporary position currently funded through 2024 with a potential for additional funding that will extend the position. Previous applicants do not need to re-apply. Applications will remain under consideration until position is filled. An Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Hiring a Diverse and Bilingual Workforce. Shift Monday – Friday; 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.; includes some additional evening coverage as needed; temporary position grant funded through 2024
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6801 Lucy Corr Blvd Show Phone Number ***** http://www.chesterfield.gov