San Diego Center for Children Bilingual Clinician, ICC, LPPC, LMFT, LCSW, PhD Bilingual Clinician, ICC, LPPC, LMFT, LCSW, PhD Job Description Join the team of San Diego's Oldest Childrens Non-Profit! Do you want to help protect the joy of childhood, prevent emotional suffering, and incite change? Are you looking for a meaningful and rewarding career that will give you a strong sense of purpose? Do you want to make a lasting difference in a child and familys life? Then we want to meet you! This is a bilingual clinical position working with youth and their families in the wraparound program.
Pay scale: $46,0-$50,0 per year Work Schedule: Full time with approximate schedule Monday-Friday 9: 30am-6: 00pm SUMMARY Bilingual ICCs will create and oversee a process of enhancing supports, building on strengths and meeting needs for referred children and their families, using the wraparound planning process, trauma informed care, and Childrens System of Care principles; ICC will partner with CWS, Probation, group home providers, and other local community agencies; Bilingual ICC will receive a majority of cases for monolingual Spanish speaking families. Average caseload is 10-12. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. (Other duties may be assigned) Provides assessment, evaluation, plan development, collateral, crisis intervention, and intensive case management services Guides the Wrap Team development and process, ensuing smooth transition through the four phases of the wraparound process and emphasizing inclusion of natural supports Develops, coordinates, and ensures the implementation of the client plan Monitors data on treatment progress and use this data to modify the client plan as needed Locates, coordinates and develops linguistically and culturally diverse informal and formal resources and networks for families in the communities where they reside Oversees the development of effective crisis plans, utilizing natural support and, where needed, formal resources, and provide crisis intervention services to families 24 hours a day on on-call Collaborates with CWS Social Workers, and Probation Officers, and outside resources including schools, psychiatrists, community outreach programs, family advocacy programs, and others as appropriate Participates in fidelity and quality improvement efforts, including wrap coaching, ongoing training, and supervisions Sustains the team commitment to Wraparound values and approach Coordinates efforts with Parent and Youth Partners and other appropriate staff in providing supports and services Maintains accurate, complete, and timely case records per Medi-Cal requirements and SDCC policies Required to work evenings as assigned to meet the needs of families Fulfills training requirements including Cerner, cultural competency, HIPAA, and all applicable EBP training Maintains current licensure and or intern registration Job Requirements MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Bilingual in Spanish and English Valid California Drivers License Masters degree from an accredited university Registered intern with the BBS in social work (LCSW), psychology (Ph.D.), or marriage and family therapy (MFT) in the state of California Must be highly organized, with excellent written and verbal communication skills Experience working with SED youth PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS: Experience working with Child Welfare and Probation Experience working in a wraparound program Proficient in Cerner (online medical records system) and Medi Cal billing requirements Leadership, public speaking, or group therapy experience San Diego CA 92101 (please use the apply button below) l9uprsg5anv8vmjb0m1uv7ipid4y8w