Clinical Coordinator

Clinical Coordinator
Behavioral Health Department

The Juvenile Justice Center of Philadelphia (JJC) is a non-profit, multi-service organization that serves the needs of children, youth and families in need of services to promote healthy and productive outcomes related to their emotional, behavioral well-being, social and educational progress. Our service delivery model is to provide quality intervention and prevention services to children, youth, and families through supportive services. JJC is looking for the ideal candidate to fill our Clinical Coordinator position at our Coulter Street office.

Job Summary

The Clinical CM Coordinator is an integral team member in the behavioral health department. The Clinical Coordinator has a dual role within the Behavioral Health department – supervising and overseeing services of the therapists and coordinating various aspects of the services via collaboration with families and CBH.

The Clinical Coordinator assists the Director of Clinical Operations with ensuring that the behavioral health programs are operating at efficient levels of quality and compliance. This includes ascertaining that individuals and families are benefiting from services, reviewing utilization as part of quality and compliance, ensuring appropriate and timely staffing for outpatient services and evaluating quality of clinical documentation. This Coordinator will also provide clinical supervision to staff and be involved in all aspects of clinical planning and processes for the Behavioral Health department.

Qualifications

Master’s degree in a clinical mental health discipline, such as psychology, counseling, clinical social work, psychiatric nursing or marriage and family therapy. The degree must include 12 credit hours of core behavioral health coursework. Licensure required as psychologist, social worker (LSW-LCSW), professional counselor, LMFT.

Experience

• At least two years post-Master’s experience providing behavioral health services of a clinical nature to children and families.
• One year of experience providing administrative and/or clinical supervision, providing feedback regarding documentation and work habits and investigating documentation, reports of no service, etc. preferred.
• Preferred experience working specifically within Behavioral Health Rehabilitative Services (BHRS) and knowledge of all roles within this system.

Skills

• Understanding of CBH and state regulations for documentation.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills and interpersonal skills.
• Well organized with ability to be detail oriented in a variety of tasks.
• Computer literate in Microsoft Office, databases, medical health records, data entry and the ability to learn new software applications as needed.
• Ability to work independently, as well as collaboratively.
• Ability to generate, analyze and submit reports using a computer database.
• Valid Child Abuse (Act 33), Criminal History, and FBI clearances
• Participation in and completion of all CBH mandatory in-services
• Valid CPR and First Aid completion

JJC offers salary commensurable with experience. Competitive benefits and comprehensive benefits: Medical/Prescription Insurance/Dental Insurance/Vision Insurance/Life Insurance/Short and Long Term Disability/Vacation/Paid Sick Time/Holidays/ 401(k) Retirement Plan

Please send resume, cover letter and salary requirement to hrdepartment@juvenilejustice.org

JJC is an Equal Opportunity Employer, embracing diversity and inclusion in all of its services.