JOB TITLE: CLINICIAN
Change your job, change a child’s Life! Join Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina to begin a meaningful career where you are impacting the lives of children and families. If you want more than just a job and are seeking a calling to help abused, abandoned, and neglected children, then we want you on our team. Help provide an environment of care where health, healing, and hope are experienced by those who enter our doors.
You ensure a safe therapeutic environment required to help change the lives of at-risk youth and offer nurturing and supportive caregiver relationships. You provide appropriate role modeling, consistent structure, and help enhance the youth’s ability to make responsible and safe choices. Most youth are involved with the Department of Social Services or Department of Juvenile Justice, or both. Youth may need either Level I or more intensive Level II care as determined by a mental health assessment.
Your essential responsibility is to serve as a member of the youth treatment team. You will help Boys and Girls Homes comply with State/Agency rules and regulations and provide children with a safe therapeutic environment of care. In your role you will be responsible for the therapeutic environment/culture of the assigned Cottage as well as provide therapeutic interventions as needed for our clients. Therapy with individuals and groups per Agency Policies and State/Federal Regulations are a must. In this role you will prepare treatment plans and lead the treatment team meetings while also being responsible for the daily operation of the treatment setting (Cottage) including staff supervision.
The work is performed in a residential setting for at-risk youth. The flow of work is subject to frequent interruptions by youth behaviors and can be stressful.
Salary $45,000 to $55,000 with health benefits, life insurance benefits, and paid time off.
You must have a Master’s Degree in the Human Services Field with three years of experience or two years’ experience working with children and families and hold a license or certification to provide therapy. A combination of education and experience may be substituted to meet the minimum requirements unless to do so would be inconsistent with the requirements of the organizations that license, regulate or accredit the agency.
Must be 21 to apply.