Neutral Care Coordination Clinician (NCCC)-Partners for Change (PFC)
FLSA CLASSIFICATION EXEMPT
The NCCC of the PFC Program operates under the direct supervision of the Neutral Care Coordination Lead Clinician and the Director of Counseling Services. This individual is also called upon by the Director of Counseling Services and/or Chief Operating Officer (COO) to assist with the day to day operations of the clients/services provided to clients who present with co-occurring conditions: Mental Illness and Addiction. This individual is also responsible for the oversight of the Independent Assessment Project Contract.
- Minimum of Master’s Degree in behavioral science or related field of study obtained from an Accredited College or University
- Licensed in the state of Florida by the Department of Health as a LCSW, LMHC, LMFT, or Clinical Psychologist
- At least two years (2) years’ experience in the field of addiction treatment
- If a recovering alcoholic/addict must have at least five (5) years of continuous current abstinence
- Able to pass a background check and fingerprinting through the Florida
Department of Law Enforcement
- Experience working with community systems and/or legal systems preferred
- Bilingual preferred
- Able to legally work in the United States
- Delivers services by interviewing, diagnosing (when appropriate), developing, and implementing treatment plans, with clients on caseload
- Carries a caseload appropriate in difficulty to level of experience and expertise
- Participates and attends court hearings (as related to a specific grant-funded program) as indicated by Neutral Care Coordination Lead Clinician/
- Director of Counseling Services and/or Chief Operating Officer.
- Assures quality service by being knowledgeable of and enforcing rules, regulations, and legal requirements
- Maintains records necessary for accountability, including, but not limited to, client records and data sources through various contract required systems
- Participates in staff meetings, case review, supervision according to agency standards and seeks consultation as needed
- Responds to emergencies and any other critical client needs in a timely fashion
- Promotes a positive image of the agency by ensuring an understanding of program services available and conducting oneself according to a professional code of ethics in the treatment of clients and in interaction with colleagues
- May be asked to conduct presentations or seminars in the agency, community, or media appropriate to skills and ability
- Participates, when called upon, in the training of students, as appropriate and feasible
- Reviews client charts and ensures program compliance with quality improvement and record keeping standards
- Monitors client satisfaction and handles client grievances in accordance with agency policies and procedures
- Monitors service delivery including level and intensity of care to ensure compliance with agency and grant policies
- Assures quality services by evaluating program effectiveness and compliance with specific funder requirements
- Ensures that all required statistics and other reports are accurate, complete and submitted in a timely manner
- Plans, develops, implements, and monitors current program elements
- Maintains working relationships with sponsoring and advisory groups and other service agencies.
- Attends meetings and conferences as required or requested by Director of Counseling Services/ COO
- Interfaces with the community, i.e., schools, civic clubs, health fairs, workshops, and promotes a positive image of the agency by publicizing its activities and accomplishments
- Reviews monthly program utilization statistics with the Director of Counseling Services/ COO
- Responsible for marketing programs to the community
Licensure / Academics
- Is Professionally Licensed in the State of Florida as a LCSW, LMHC, LMFT, or Clinical Psychologist; or Has almost completed pursuing licensing to meet state requirements for the above Licenses by:
- Satisfying academic requirements
- Completing supervisory requirements
- Accumulating clinical hours
- Passing the State licensing exam
- Interviewing Skills – Ability to conduct a psychosocial evaluation to obtain adequate information to accomplish a diagnosis and treatment plans
- Documentation – completes summary of Clinical Impressions, Progress Notes, and treatment plans according to documentation standards in all files
- Diagnostic Skills – competent and demonstrates skill in making DSM-5 differential diagnosis and follows agency policies and procedures for documentation standards
- Evaluating Services Provided
- Progress in therapy and interventions are noted within 24 hours in progress notes and outcome of therapy summarized in closing summary reports, within 30 days of discharge
- Achievement of goals is also noted in treatment plan and progress notes
Quality of Service
- Rules – Therapist is knowledgeable of Policy and Procedure Manual and adheres to stated guidelines.
- Legal Requirements – Therapist is knowledgeable of Federal and State Mental Health Laws and Regulations regarding the report of abuse, confidentiality and involuntary placement.
- Maintaining Records – Maintains all case records according to agency policy plus all legal and/or contractual requirements for the funding source(s).
- Attends required staff meetings and makes contribution to topics of discussion and actively participates in identifying problem areas and gaps in service.
- Participates in supervision according to agency standards
- Clinician with 2 years experience 1x every 2 weeks
- Clinician with 3 or more years experience or licensed 1x per month
- As indicated or as required by the contract or funder
- Clinician actively seeks supervision and consultation as needed
- Licensed clinician provides supervision to students when requested
- Participates in supervision according to agency standards
Continuing Education and Professional Development
- Attains a minimum of 15 CEU’s per year, and/ or whatever is needed to maintain professional credentials
- Demonstrates a knowledge of agency program and services
- Is aware of the agency’s role in promoting physical, social, and emotional well-being of families, children, and individuals who live in the communities served
- Is knowledgeable of and adheres to all State rules governing practice of mental health services
- Is respectful, appropriate, and courteous when interacting with professional and office staff, both in and outside the agency
Effectiveness of Profession
- Maintains membership in at least one (1) related professional organization
- Maintains licensure and other credentials needed to perform job requirements
- Monitors and measures outcomes on a regular basis & uses this information to improve services for clients
- Makes presentations according to area of expertise or interest (If applicable
- Prepares learning objectives, supervises practice, evaluates skills of Master’s level interns to further professional development of student interns and provide an appropriate learning experience (If applicable).
- Satisfaction survey for funders and other referral sources
- Monitors client satisfaction and handles customer grievances/complaints in accordance with agency policy and procedures
- Maintains a collaborative working alliance with other service providers
- Monitors complaints/grievances regarding professional relationships and communication
Other duties as required
POSITION REPORTS TO: Director of Counseling Services
Please send resumes to Dawn Silver, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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