Our client believes everyone deserves to live a life free of violence. Their vision is that all people will take personal responsibility to eradicate domestic violence in their own relationships, families and the community at large. Domestic Violence will be replaced with equality in relationships and mutual respect.
As the Clinical Director, you’ll be directly accountable to the Executive Director, by supervising program staff to ensure the provision of quality services and effective team performance. You’ll also provide clinical supervision, training, and support for client-centered, trauma-informed, culturally sensitive, and empowerment-based services to adults, children, and families. As a member of the Executive Director’s administrative management team, our client will expect you to assist in all administrative activities of the facility including new project development, board and public relations, program operations, and program reporting.
Ensure the facility’s programs are addressing the needs of clients and the community, meeting goals and objectives, and providing comprehensive, quality services.
Provide individual and group clinical supervision.
Facilitate and guide case conferences.
Provide information and support to staff in developing and implementing client services, including crisis calls, crisis intervention, assessments, service plans, safety plans, case management, advocacy, individual counseling, group counseling, family counseling, support groups, life skills classes, parenting classes, DV education, and follow-up.
In conjunction with Compliance & Operations Manager, help ensure compliance with all programmatic and contractual requirements, including the design, implementation, and reporting mandates.
Ensure all client services are provided in an ethical and legal manner, including timely and appropriate documentation and compliance with agency policies and procedures.
Assess strengths of program staff and identify training needs and areas of improvement.
Assist Executive Director in recruiting, hiring, training, terminating, and evaluating of administrative staff, program staff, and interns.
Participate in city, county, and state networking activities, speaking engagements, and fundraising, as assigned.
• Master’s degree in Human Services, Psychology, or Behavioral Sciences field
• Possess a current and valid California state license to provide psychotherapy (e.g. LMFT, LCSW, etc.)
• 1-2 years’ related experience
• Clinical experience with victims/survivors of domestic violence, child abuse, family violence, or other forms of trauma and abuse
• Experience in providing clinical supervision
• Work experience in the domestic violence field or knowledge of the dynamics of abusive relationships and its impact on the individual, children, family, and society
• 40 hour state-mandated DV advocate training certificate or completion within 3 months of hire
• Bilingual / bicultural highly desirable
• Must be comfortable working in non-traditional or shelter setting; must be flexible, open-minded, and adaptable
• Crisis intervention and crisis setting experience highly desirable
• Ability to work with diverse cultures, communities, and professional groups
• Must be computer literate, familiar with Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel
• Must have a valid California driver’s license, an automobile that may be used during work hours, and maintain adequate auto insurance
• Must undergo fingerprinting, TB testing, and drug testing, as required
Our client values their employees’ time and efforts. Their commitment to your success is enhanced by their competitive compensation and an extensive benefits package. Plus, they work to maintain the best possible environment for their employees, where people can learn and grow with the company. They strive to provide a collaborative environment where each person feels encouraged to contribute to their processes, decisions, planning and culture.
Our client is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.