Amity Foundation
  • Chowchilla, CA, USA
  • $87,000.00
  • Salary
  • Full Time

Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Paid time off


Amity Foundation, an internationally acclaimed teaching and therapeutic community is seeking compassionate and enthusiastic individuals with a desire to teach and learn to join our us as, Supervising Clinician at our programs in Juvenile facilities. This ground breaking opportunity not only will be will be working in our youth programs to help the juvenile offender population but will also enhance your training and experience in the field.

About Amity:

Amity Foundation, is a safe place where people can change in an environment that fosters trust; where new values can be formed; responsibility developed and lasting relationships built. Amity is dedicated to the inclusion and habilitation of people marginalized by addiction, homelessness, trauma, criminality, incarceration, poverty, racism, sexism and violence. Amity is committed to research, development implementation and dissemination of information regarding community building.

Remembrance, Resolution, Reconciliation, Restoration, Renewal

About the Position:

This Supervising Clinician position is responsible to provide clinical verification of internship hours for registered Clinician Staff and OMCP Mentors. This position shall also provide and conduct trauma-informed groups using trauma-informed curricula;

  • structured and gender-responsive trauma-informed groups
  • participate in case conferences and provide guidance in determining education and vocational goals based on the interest and preferences of each participant in addition to individualized assessments
  • maintain supervision, including development of the treatment plan, review of client's files, and initial and or ongoing client assessments
  • and work collaboratively with CDCR DRP, CCHS and DAI institution staff.

What You Will Do:

  • Supervise approximately seven (7) Clinician staff
  • Evaluate staff performance and provide applicable coaching and training
  • Have knowledge of the BBS licensing process; regularly monitor Clinician I and Clinician II staff progress toward maintaining current license and/or registration status
  • Supervise the orientation and intake processes of all participants newly assigned to services;
  • Approve and monitor treatment/action plan development
  • Track all participants (i.e. names of all participants in the project, clinicians assigned to participants, stage of project participation, etc.)
  • Provide training, oversight and monitoring of all ARMS documentation to ensure compliance with the terms of this Agreement
  • Provide training to Clinician staff, including OMCP Mentors
  • Be responsible for the coordination and supervision of OMCP Mentors assigned to services
  • Provide support and additional resources to ensure OMCP Mentors complete the work experience portion of the certification process, including practice of all twelve (12) Core Functions
  • Provide clinical verification of internship hours for registered Clinicians and OMCP Mentors;
  • Verify and record, by the 5th of the month, each OMCP Mentor's monthly internship hours accrued during the previous month, utilizing CDCR's OMCP Verification of internship Hours form in ARMS; and
  • Provide and conduct structured and gender responsive trauma-informed groups using trauma-informed curricula
  • Participate in case conferences and provide guidance in determining education and vocational goals based on the interest and preferences of each participant in addition to individualized assessments
  • Maintain clinical supervision, including development of the treatment plan, review of client's files, and initial and or ongoing client assessments
  • Work collaboratively with CDCR, CCHCS and DAI institution staff
  • Other duties as assigned.

What You Will Bring:

The Supervising Clinician must meet the following minimum requirements:

  • A PhD in a social service or mental health field and have at least two (2) years of supervisory experience working in a licensed and/or certified program delivering SUDT and/or mental health services; OR
    A Master's Degree in a social service or mental health field have and at least three (3) years of supervisory experience working in a licensed and/or certified program delivering SUDT and/or mental health services.
  • The Supervising Clinician shall be licensed by the Board of Behavioral Sciences and maintain a current and active license, which is in good standing without current disciplinary action with their respective licensing Board.
  • All licensed clinicians fall within the definition of "mandated reporter" under PC 11165.7(a)(21), and are required to report suspected child abuse or neglect.

What we Offer:

  • Medical, Dental, Vision.
  • Paid vacation, sick time, & holidays.
  • 401K, HSA, & Life insurance programs
  • Organization committed to community action
  • Community oriented workplace

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