Imagine playing a vital role in securing the safety and care of unaccompanied alien children in a warm and supportive environment. You will make a life altering difference by providing a safe and timely reunification for an unaccompanied child and their family or suitable sponsor. You will work with children that reside in a family-style cottage located on a 2,000-acre campus.

You ll be responsible for coordinating and documenting clinical services, training new clinicians, and supervising the clinical staff.

Are you looking to make a positive difference in others lives by:

  • Demonstrating an eagerness to contribute above and beyond expectations
  • Being passionate about leaving things better than when you found them
  • Bringing an empathetic desire to help other others

This is an exciting opportunity to supervise and manage the clinical staff to have a direct impact upon the care, comfort, and safety of children at risk.

Responsibilities include:

  • Caseload of up to 5 youths at a time
  • Coordinate and/or conduct staff training and development, performance evaluations, direct and assign projects/assignments
  • Provide on-call administrative oversight when necessary
  • Systematically monitor clinician results against expectations and implement a corrective action plan, when necessary, including developing systems for tracking reports and other clinical requirements
  • Supervise and ensure clinical staff compliance with treatment, required paperwork and system deadlines
  • Respond to crisis situations including de-escalating and engaging youth; processing incidents and/or developing safety plans as required
  • Partner with team members to coordinate clinical services to youth and families that support permanent and reunification planning while preparing youth for the future

If you re bilingual (English/Spanish) and have the following background, then we d like to speak to you:

  • LCSW : Must have supervisory experience and be licensed
  • Must have a valid driver s license and clean driving record (travel required)
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule including nights and weekends as needed
  • Available to be on-call as needed

Our client is a child welfare organization with over 100 programs and services throughout New York State, meeting families where they need it most; in their homes and communities. The organization is led by a passionate and ambitious CEO dedicated to child welfare in New York State, and where 97% of the employees believe they are doing what matters. Come join a growing and progressive team with opportunities for career advancement.