Wernle is a non-profit residential treatment – behavioral health care agency committed to providing quality services to children and their families through caring programs and healing relationships, which are reflective of God’s love in Jesus Christ.
Position typically demands 40 to 50 hours per week and requires participation in on- call rotation and overtime coverage.
Participates in the development, implementation, supervision and ongoing evaluation of outpatient services, including therapy, and case management. Provides leadership and supervises all aspects of the day to day operations of the outpatient services, and maintains compliance within COA standards; state, federal and other applicable regulations, and Wernle policies and procedures.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
· Provide assessments and evaluation, family therapy, individual therapy, risk management, crisis intervention with families involved with the Department of Child Services and Juvenile Probation.
· Design services to meet each family’s individual needs and circumstances.
· Work collaboratively with the Department of Child Services and Juvenile Probation.
· Complete all records and documentation of services, treatment plans, monthly reports, and discharge summaries.
· Work afternoons, into early evening, and work some weekends required.
· Must produce 7 hours of productivity weekly. Productivity includes the following: face- to-face contact with the family, crisis calls, intervention calls, attendance at Child and Family Teaming Meetings, attendance a Juvenile Probation Meetings, and attendance at Court.
Supervisory Key Responsibilities:
· Responsible for supervising Home based and Outpatient Therapists and Case Managers.
· Providing administrative supervision to ensure productivity expectations are maintained.
· Review reports to ensure accuracy and timely submission.
· Collaborates with Clinical Manager to review and process cases, address challenges, enhance clinical and case management skills of staff.
· Actively engage in Therapist and Case Managers self-care planning.
· Assist with Program Development Projects.
· Participate in agency committees.
Education and Experience:
Minimum education requires a master’s degree in psychology, social work, sociology or relevant discipline. Licensure as a clinical social worker (LCSW) preferred. Credentialed Sexually Abuse Youth Clinician (CSAYC) preferred. Must have 2 years of supervisory experience, community relations and developmental skills and an understanding of the Child Welfare System. Master level degree and/or Indiana licensed or licensed eligible as LSW, LCSW, LMFT or LMHC. Experience in management required; experience in social service provisions for similar populations preferred.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
Possesses a valid driver license and maintain current auto insurance coverage.
Wernle Youth and Family Treatment Center
Why Work Here?Wernle is a non-profit residential treatment – behavioral health care agency committed to providing quality services to children and their families through caring programs and healing relationships, which are reflective of God’s love in Jesus Christ.
140 year old non-profit faith and hope based residential treatment for children and their families