Clinical and Treatment Services Manager
- $74,008 - $99,179/ Year
- Full Benefits
- Responsible for developing, implementing, coordinating, supervising and evaluating all aspects of the clinical and treatment services provided to Juvenile Center residents and their families.
- Directly supervises childcare personnel, counselors, clinical staff, case managers, community supervision personnel and supervisory level employees.
- Provides emergency crisis intervention with emotionally disturbed residents and ongoing counseling and therapy according to individual treatment plans.
- Provides intensive family therapy, conducts mental health evaluations for residents or other Court Wards.
- Provides in-service training and consultation for staff as needed.
- Ensures and documents continuous compliance with applicable American Correctional Association Accreditation Standards and Michigan Administrative Rules.
- This description is intended to illustrate the type and level of work being performed by persons assigned to this job. It may not be a comprehensive list of all duties and responsibilities required by a person so classified.
Education and Experience:
- Master’s degree from an accredited institution in an appropriate mental/behavioral health discipline and at least two years paid professional experience that includes providing direct mental health services and supervising programs and staff.
- Must be registered with the State of Michigan as one of the following: Licensed Social Worker, Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Professional Counselor, or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.
- Ability to maintain confidentiality, effective working relationships, and interact effectively with the public.
- May be required to work holidays and weekends, or be on call as scheduled.
- Is expected to be available and reachable on and off duty. Must pass a pre-employment physical, drug test, and a criminal/civil record check.
- Employee will be fingerprinted.
- Knowledge and application of the following: family systems theory; behavioral therapies; cognitive-behavioral therapy theory; family therapies theory; child development and its application in treatment; social skills assessment and intervention; mental health issues and interventions in juvenile detention, juvenile correctional facilities or treatment programs.
- Demonstrated ability to supervise, train, and lead a team of mental health professionals.