Good Samaritan Family Resource Center, Inc.
Job Announcement for Contract Position
Position: Clinical Supervisor LCSW (Bilingual/Spanish)
Schedule: This is a contracted position for 15-18 hours per week, schedule TBD. Hours may increase over time. Contract period will end March 31, 2010 and is subject to renewal based on available funding.
Compensation: Salary DOE. Contractor – no benefits.
Good Samaritan Family Resource Center (GSFRC) is an innovative multi-service non-profit agency in the Mission District of San Francisco. Our mission is to help immigrant families access needed services, develop self sufficiency, and participate fully as members of the community. Our staff is a diverse team willing to take different and unique approaches to the challenges facing our families.
As a contractor under the direction of the Associate Director this position is responsible for the oversight of case management and related direct services, as well as the collaboration between any other mental health consultants and service providers involved with an agency.
Meet with mental health consul tants, service providers and program coordinators to develop an integrated agency-wide strategy for family advocacy and mental health support
Provide clinical supervision and consultation to Family Advocates
Train and oversee staff on use of tools and documentation pertaining to case management
Work with senior staff members and Family Advocates to develop improved strategies for tracking client progress
Provide supervision to contracted MSW/MFT in need of practicum hours
Provide short term direct services to individuals or families as appropriate
Fulfill documentation requirements consistent with maintaining confidential client records and reporting of grants and contracts
Participate in regular meetings including: staff meetings, reflective supervision meetings, ad-hoc committees, and meetings with collaborative agencies.
· Licensed LCSW, qualified to provide supervision to MWS or MFT graduates in need of practicum hours
· Bicultural and fully demonstrably Bilingual in English and Spanish
· Understanding of family support, health and wellness issues in the Latino immigrant community
Experience working with clients from diverse cultures and socio-economic backgrounds
Experience working with young children, adolescents and with families
Flexible, well organized and able to work in a fast-paced setting
Please submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org . Please include a list of four professional references.
We are an equal opportunity employer.