Job opportunities

Openings for professionals in the field of child traumatic stress. The newest postings appear at the beginning of the page. Job opportunities will remain posted for candidates to view and submit resumes for three months.

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Early Intervention Program Manager

Organization: 
Childhaven
Location: 
Seattle, WA
Summary: 

This very exciting new Early Intervention Program Manager (EIPM) position will have the opportunity to help us develop and scale a best in class birth to three Early Intervention (EI) program. This position will staff, plan, organize, implement and monitor all components of the EI program, while working collaboratively with internal and external partners to ensure the needs of young children and their families are being met with excellence.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • This position will be a member of Childhaven’s i2i (innovate to improve) senior leadership team as well as the newly formed Program Design and Implementation Team (PDIT).
  • Develop and implement a best in class EI program consistent with federal, state, and county rules and regulations, all EI contracts, and today’s best practices.
  • Hire, train, inspire and lead a team of qualified EI staff to ensure the highest quality services are being provided at all times.
  • Help develop, implement and maintain an efficient medical billing system and maximize fee for service and contract revenue by ensuring therapists achieve their billable time expectations and all timeline requirements are met.
  • Carry an appropriately sized assessment and therapy caseload, always role modeling exceptional service delivery, paperwork, productivity, attitude, and communication.
  • Regularly review and evaluate program outcomes and impact.
  • Maintain knowledge of and compliance with all ESIT (Early Support for Infants and Toddlers), federal Part C, and third party payor contract requirements. Maintain current knowledge of available community resources to make necessary referrals in order to best meet families’ needs.
  • Grow the program through ongoing internal and external education on the importance of early identification, early referral, and early intervention.
  • Monitor program revenue and expenses on a monthly basis making sure program is financially viable at all times.
  • Lead internal and external program audits, making constant improvements where gaps are identified.
  • Comply with all Childhaven policies and procedures. Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: 
  • Master’s Degree
  • Licensed Speech Therapist, Occupational Therapist, or Special Educator
  • 5+ years of experience leading a growing, evidence-based, cohesive early intervention team
  • Must pass background check and drug screen requirements
  • Valid WA state driver’s license and automobile insurance including access to dependable personal transportation
Skills and Knowledge Required: 
  • Firm commitment to family-centered, inclusive, interdisciplinary, and strengths-based EI best practices in natural environments
  • Experience leading and growing an EI team in WA (preferably King County)
  • Experience recruiting, mentoring, and supporting interns and new graduates
  • Strong understanding of EI contracts and public and private insurance best practices
  • Ability to interpret financial statements and Key Performance Indicators
  • Strong interpersonal, communication, and leadership skills
  • Experience using all aspects of an electronic medical records system
Contact: 

Apply online by clicking on this link: https://jobs.ourcareerpages.com/job/279446?source=NCTSN

Early Learning Branch Manager

Organization: 
Childhaven
Location: 
Auburn, WA
Summary: 

This very exciting new Early Intervention Program Manager (EIPM) position will have the opportunity to help us develop and scale a best in class birth to three Early Intervention (EI) program. This position will staff, plan, organize, implement and monitor all components of the EI program, while working collaboratively with internal and external partners to ensure the needs of young children and their families are being met with excellence.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Management of early learning staff; program planning and development, day-to-day site operations
  • Ensures timely collection of statistical information to maintain accountability to external funding sources, and to participate in internal program evaluation
  • Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning and directing work; performance evaluation and employee coaching
  • Works closely with other site leads, such as the Branch Clinical Supervisor, to maintain optimal enrollment in all programs such as ECLIPSE, ECEAP or ESIT.
  • Works with Human Resources to maintain classroom-staffing levels and reduce attrition.
  • Develops a network of professional relationships with other community resources.
  • Participates in defined special projects within the agency, such as grant writing, research, fundraising, and publicity.
  • Responsible for compliance with all applicable agency contracts.
  • Monitors budget for branch, authorizes budget expenditures, facilitates budget planning and works with CPO and CFO to ensure that branch financial goals are met.
  • Provides branch tours as appropriate
  • Responsible for adhering to Department of Early Learning childcare licensing WACs and obtaining Early Achievers rating of at least a level 3.
  • Coordinates all inter-disciplinary services and manages scheduling branch team meetings, daily staffing and van assignments.
  • Works with other site leads and referral coordinator to accept, and determine appropriateness of referrals. Works with team to assign incoming children to appropriate classroom.
  • Assists Therapeutic Classroom Teachers in implementing treatment room programs and Individual Treatment Plans (ITP's) for individual children.
  • Works or assists in program treatment room when needed
  • Works cooperatively as a member of the treatment and administrative team in order to provide high quality program for children.
  • Coordinates the use of data into early learning goals for children.
  • Complies with all agency policies and procedures
  • Other duties as assigned
Qualifications: 
  • Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or psychology related degree with an emphasis in early learning/childhood.
  • Two years of experience in managing and leading an early learning program for young children. Preferred experience in working with children and families that have been involved with the Child Welfare system or other social services
  • Must have 45 Credits of ECE in accordance with Childcare Licensing
  • Must be able to obtain cleared Portable Background check through Department of Early Learning
  • Must have a valid WDL and safe driving record.
  • Must clear agency background check and drug test screening
  • Current state approved infant/child (or community if school aged) CPR certification
  • TB test by Mantoux method.
  • HIV/AIDS training certification.
  • Completion of minimum MERIT required 30 hour training.
Skills and Knowledge Required: 
  • Leadership experience
  • Ability to remain calm in crisis situations Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Microsoft office experience
  • Consult with fellow Early Learning Directors and supervisor in ambiguous situations
  • Clear decision making abilities

Early Childhood Social Work Supervisor

Organization: 
The Jewish Board
Location: 
Brooklyn, New York
Summary: 

About Us

The Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services ("The Jewish Board") began over a century ago as a network of volunteers, bringing food and clothing to poor and immigrant Jewish families. Today, The Jewish Board is one of the nation’s largest and most comprehensive mental health and social service agencies, providing support and care for individuals and families at every stage of life and of all faiths, races and cultures. The Jewish Board promotes recovery, resilience and self-sufficiency to over 40,000 New Yorkers annually at over 75 locations throughout the five boroughs and at a 125 acre campus in Westchester. Our mission to provide health and human services to all New Yorkers is built upon the professionalism and compassion of over 3,000 employees, including professional social workers, family therapists, licensed psychologists, and psychiatrists, and a corps of 1,000 dedicated volunteers. Together, we build hope for all New Yorkers.

OVERVIEW: The Social Work Supervisor is responsible for ensuring the provision of services, oversight of administrative processes, and supervision of staff in the Early Childhood Treatment Center programs, including clinicians, consultants and family peer advocates. RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to: Provide individual and group supervision to clinical staff in their treatment of young children (ages 0-8) and their families. Provide individual and group supervision to consultants in their work with Early Learn sites and to family peer advocates in their work with parents. Provide and supervise crisis intervention and clinical risk management. Provide clinical and administrative coverage. Ensure compliance with Jewish Board, contract (DOHMH) and regulator (OMH) standards, policies and procedures. Provide direct services to limited caseload of young children (ages 0-8) and their families, including individual, dyadic/family and group therapy. Participate in meetings and trainings. Develop and maintain relationships with community service providers. Other duties, as assigned.

Skills and Knowledge Required: 

LCSW/PhD in Psychology required. Clinical experience in an evidence-based practice model or program for young children. Two+ years of supervisory experience is preferred. Fluency in Spanish and/or Creole strongly preferred. Individual, group, and family intervention skills required. Team-building, communication, organizational and computer skills required. Ability to work evenings as needed.

Open-Rank Position - Social Disparities and Policy

Organization: 
Health and Human Development at The Pennsylvania State University
Summary: 

Open-Rank Position - Social Disparities and Policy The Department of Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS; www.hhdev.psu.edu/HDFS) in the College of Health and Human Development at The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for an open rank, tenured/tenure track faculty member whose research focuses on reducing social disparities, including but not limited to health, education, racial/ethnic and socioeconomic disparities. This position is part of a cluster hire by Penn State's Social Science Research Institute (SSRI; http://www.ssri.psu.edu) of up to six new faculty members, across the social and behavioral sciences, whose research focuses on reducing social disparities. Of particular interest for this position are candidates who focus on translating research evidence into public policy, including by applying expertise in economic analysis and/or by leveraging administrative data to examine the economic value of evidence-based strategies. Candidates with experience and interest in engaging with policymakers are of particular interest. Applicants' program of research should include a strong publication record of externally funded, high impact, interdisciplinary and translational scholarship. Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate level courses as well as directing theses/dissertations. A doctorate in the social/behavioral sciences (e.g., public administration/policy, economics, public health, data science, psychology, sociology) and outstanding scholarly accomplishments and promise are required. Rated by the U.S. News and World Report as one of the top developmental science programs in the country, HDFS administers and supports graduate, undergraduate, and research programs focused on individual development from infancy to old age, on family structure and dynamics, and on the impact of social/cultural contexts on development and family functioning. Department hallmarks include expertise in development across the lifespan, longitudinal methods, and design and evaluation of preventive interventions to promote health and development. The Department`s multidisciplinary faculty encompasses experts in child maltreatment, social-affective neuroscience, clinical and health psychology, sociology and demography, prevention science, family systems and prevention and developmental methodologies. HDFS is connected to a range of College and University Centers and Institutes that provide research infrastructure and collaboration opportunities, including the Edna Bennett Pierce Prevention Research Center (PRC; http://www.prevention.psu.edu/), Center for Educational Disparities Research (CEDR, http://www.ssri.psu.edu/center-educational-disparities-research), Child Study Center (CSC, http://csc.psych.psu.edu/).,Methodology Center (http://methodology.psu.edu), Quantitative Developmental Systems Core (http://quantdev.ssri.psu.edu), Child Maltreatment Solutions Network (http://solutionsnetwork.psu.edu/), Population Research Institute (www.pop.psu.edu), and the Center for Healthy Aging (http://healthyaging.psu.edu/). All candidates must complete an on-line application and provide a cover letter, curriculum vitae and supporting information (e.g., relevant reprints, preprints, and the names of three professional references). For more information contact Professor Max Crowley, mailto:dmc397@psu.edu. Please indicate “Reducing Disparities Search” in the subject line of all email correspondence. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until a candidate is identified.

Apply online at http://apptrkr.com/1109129

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Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status

Project Manager

Organization: 
Providence Children and Youth Cabinet (CYC)
Summary: 

We are excited to share that the CYC is hiring two Project Managers to support the implementation and management of CYC projects and programs. These individuals will oversee evidence based program implementation, coordination of partners and subcontractors, and delivery of outcomes. Strong facilitation, problem solving, and project management track records are what we're after. The full description and application can be found here.

All applications and resumes must be submitted online.

 

Contact: 

Please share widely with your networks, this posting will be open until November 8th. If you've got specific questions about these positions feel free to contact

Matt Billings

The Social Work Supervisor

Organization: 
The Jewish Baord
Location: 
Manhattan, New York
Summary: 

The Social Work Supervisor is responsible for ensuring the provision of services, oversight of administrative processes, and supervision of staff in our Harlem Child Development Center, including clinicians and consultants.

Qualifications: 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to:

  • Provide individual and group supervision to clinical staff in their treatment of young children (ages 0-8) and their families.
  • Provide and supervise crisis intervention and clinical risk management.
  • Provide clinical and administrative coverage.
  • Ensure compliance with Jewish Board, contract (DOHMH) and regulator (OMH) standards, policies and procedures. Provide direct services to limited caseload of young children (ages 0-8) and their families, including individual, dyadic/family and group therapy.
  • Participate in meetings and trainings.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with community service providers.
  • Other duties, as assigned.
Skills and Knowledge Required: 

LCSW required.

  • Clinical experience in an evidence-based practice model or program for young children.
  • Two+ years of supervisory experience is preferred.
  • Fluency in Spanish preferred.
  • Individual, group, and family intervention skills required.
  • Team-building, communication, organizational and computer skills required.
  • Ability to work evenings as needed.

Fee for Service Social Worker

Organization: 
The Jewish Board
Location: 
Manhattan, New York
Summary: 

The Social Worker is responsible for supplying necessary clinical intervention to families with young children. Provide cultural competent and sensitive services. As part of a therapeutic team within the Agency, work closely with the divisions' medical, psychiatric and psychology staff, to ensure the appropriate treatment interventions for the client.

Qualifications: 
  • KEY ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS include but are not limited to:
  • Providing culturally sensitive, evidence based treatment to children ages 0-8 and their families. Modalities used include but are not limited to play therapy, family therapy, group therapy, Child Parent Psychotherapy, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
  • Conducting comprehensive psychosocial assessments and engage family in quarterly treatment planning
  • Coordinating with other service providers involved in the family’s life such as teachers, pediatrician, foster care and/or ACS case planners.
  • Communicating effectively with clinical treatment team
  • Conducting risk assessment to detect potential risk factors and engage in effective risk management.
  • Using electronic health record to complete all paperwork in a timely manner.
Skills and Knowledge Required: 
  • Masters degree in Social Work, (MSW), with a minimum of one year of relevant experience with similar population.
  • LMSW or LCSW certification required.
  • Bilingual Spanish speaker preferred

Supervising Staff Psychologist

Organization: 
Partnerships for Trauma Recovery
Location: 
Berkeley, California
Summary: 

Partnerships for Trauma Recovery (PTR) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to healing the psychosocial impacts of trauma among international survivors of human rights abuses and forced displacement resulting from war, torture, gender-based violence, human trafficking, and persecution due to identity and beliefs. At our Mosaic Healing Center in Berkeley, California, we: (a) Provide culturally and contextually aware, trauma-informed and linguistically accessible psychological and psychosocial care for refugees, asylees and asylum seekers, (b) Expand multidisciplinary clinical capacity to serve these diverse international populations through a 10-month, 24-hour per week in-depth clinical training program for graduate students and post-graduate interns in psychology and social work, and (c) Advocate for policies to prevent trauma and re-traumatization among international survivors of human rights abuses.

POSITION OVERVIEW

This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic nonprofit organization working at the juncture of global mental health and human rights. Working closely with and reporting to the Clinical & Training Director, the Supervising Staff Psychologist will implement clinical programming and training at the Mosaic Healing Center, as well as capacity-building activities with partners in the community. In collaboration with clinical and program staff, as well as our team of Global Healing & Human Rights clinical trainees and mental health interpreters, the Supervising Staff Psychologist will engage in the provision and development of psychosocial care for international survivors of human rights abuses, mentoring trainees in their clinical and case management activities, and supporting the overall training program. The Supervising Staff Psychologist will also collaborate with the management and development team around evaluation of clinical programming and outcomes, and perform other duties as assigned. Externally, the Supervising Staff Psychologist will engage in public speaking and conduct trainings for community partners. In addition to extensive clinical experience providing trauma-informed cross-cultural care for diverse communities, as well as conducting clinical supervision and training, this position requires flexibility, creativity, resourcefulness and independence. Essential for this position is a sustained commitment to advancing global social justice & human rights.

ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES
The roles and responsibilities of the Supervising Staff Psychologist will include the following.  These roles are not always distinct, and will overlap as needed:

Clinical Care, Supervision, Training & Coordination

  • Contribute to the development and facilitation of the Global Healing & Human Rights Clinical Training Program for graduate students and post-graduate interns in psychology and social work.
  • Provide weekly individual supervision for clinical trainees, collaborate with their academic institutions, and complete performance and progress evaluations.
  • Support Clinical & Training Director and Clinical Manager in management of overall client care and clinical trainee mentorship, including answering questions, addressing immediate client needs and crises, and supporting the provision of case management and referrals.
  • Help coordinate clinical services and psychosocial care among PTR staff, clinical trainees, mental health interpreters, clinical supervisors, psychological evaluators, psychiatrist, program interns and volunteers, and community partners.
  • In collaboration with clinical staff, provide support, supervision and training for team of Refugee Voices mental health interpreters.
  • Directly provide culturally and contextually aware, trauma-informed and linguistically accessible individual, family and group psychotherapy for a small number of refugee, asylee and asylum seeking adults, youth & children.
  • Collaborate with legal representatives & provide psychological evaluations for asylum claims.
  • Provide case management, advocacy & referrals for clients as needed.
  • Contribute to the creation of a safe environment for welcoming clients and supporting clinicians and interpreters with warmth, openness & sensitivity.

Outreach, Communication, Collaboration & Training with Community Partners

  • Support Clinical & Training Director and Clinical Manager with ongoing external communications, and help manage opportunities for outreach and collaboration with attention to evolving program priorities and needs.
  • Represent PTR to the public through presentations and speaking engagements, sharing and disseminating information about PTR’s mission, beneficiaries and programming.
  • Develop and deliver trainings which include visuals (PowerPoint, etc.) and experiential content, to build capacity among community partners and stakeholders who work with international survivors of human rights abuses, including immigration attorneys, and other service providers and human rights defenders.
  • Help develop and sustain mutually beneficial relationships with community partners.

Collaboration with Program Management Team

  • Inform PTR management team about clinical programming (client demographics, client and training outcomes, collaborations with community partners, etc.).
  • Collaborate with clinical staff and trainees to document client healing stories.  Establish system for collecting and sharing client stories with management team to document the impact of PTR’s clinical programming.
  • Engage in new programming initiatives and partnerships as they arise, and identify opportunities for clinical program development.
Qualifications: 

Required Education & Experience

  • Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D or Ph.D).
  • Licensed as a psychologist in the state of California, or licensed in another state and able to obtain licensure in California.
  • Experience providing trauma-informed care for individuals, families and groups.
  • 5+ years of experience providing psychological care for diverse and underserved populations.
  • 2+ years of experience working with children and youth.
  • 2+ years of experience providing clinical supervision.
  • Experience designing and conducting clinical trainings.
  • Experience and/or interest in speaking publicly to clinical and non-clinical audiences.

Preferred Experience

  • Experience working cross-culturally with diverse international populations.
  • Experience working with refugees and/or asylum seekers.
  • Experience working in different languages and/or with in-person interpreters.
  •  International work, study and/or living experience, preferably in the developing world.
  • Experience conducting psychological evaluations for asylum claims and writing affidavits.
  • Experience working collaboratively in multidisciplinary teams.

Competencies & Interests

  • Global cultural and contextual awareness for working collaboratively with internationally diverse clients, mental health interpreters, staff, clinical trainees, interns and volunteers.
  • Demonstrated commitment to global social justice and human rights.
  • Spoken and written fluency in English, as well as one or more other languages preferred.
  • Interest in developing and implementing community outreach and training activities.
  • Flexibility and ability to adapt to developing program needs and requirements.
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
  • Maturity, initiative, resourcefulness and ability to creatively problem-solve.
  • Ability to work effectively under pressure with limited resources.
  • Ability to thrive in a rapidly growing small nonprofit and take on multiple roles.
  • Proficiency with MS Office Suite and Google Drive.
Contact: 

Application process:  If interested, please submit the following to jobs@traumapartners.org with the subject Application for Supervising Staff Psychologist Position:  1) a cover letter; 2) your most recent curriculum vitae or resume; 3) a one-page statement about your clinical approach & philosophy. 

Applications are due by November 26, 2017 and will be reviewed on a continuous basis until the position is filled.  To learn more about Partnerships for Trauma Recovery, please visit our website at www.traumapartners.org

Partnerships for Trauma Recovery is an equal employment opportunities (EEO) and does not discriminate on the basis of ancestry, age, color, disability
(physical and mental, includes HIV and AIDs), genetic information, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, military or veteran status, national origin, race, religion (includes religious dress and grooming), sex (includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, and/or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, or request for FMLA in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.

Therapist-Trauma Center

Organization: 
Mental Health Partners
Location: 
Boulder, Colorado
Summary: 

Mental Health Partners offers a diverse, quality work environment, competitive salary, and a comprehensive benefit package

MHP application and background check required

Hours are Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:00am-5:00pm and Tuesday & Thursday 10:00am-7:00pm at 1333 Iris

Position is with the Trauma Center of Excellence at Mental Health Partners

If selected as a provider for this clinical service position, you will be required to provide proof of education and transcripts (and proof of licensure, if applicable) and pass all required background checks prior to hire. You will also be required to complete MHP’s credentialing process and attend new hire orientation/training before you will be able to begin work.

Purpose:

To assist people with mental illnesses, including those in dual recovery, in obtaining optimal functioning and quality of life, by providing clinical services and education.

Job Summary:

Develop and carry out a consistent plan of treatment, from intake and assessment to closure.

Qualifications: 

Essential Functions:

  • Guided by 27-65 requirements and best clinical practices, provides individual and group psychotherapy and teaches psychoeducation
  • Documents provision of services, assessments, evaluations and treatment goals and plan consistent with clinical and administrative policies and procedures
  • Provides a variety of case management services, including managing Social Security payeeships, assisting clients to apply for various types of public assistance and providing supporting documentation, attending multi-agency clinical case consultations, and facilitating referrals to other organizations
  • Participates in internal consultation and supervision with team members and other professionals in the organization
  • Conducts individual and group therapies for clients of all ages, including children and families, who have experienced any type of traumatic event
  • Team members receive high quality trauma-informed supervision and have access to expert training in trauma-focused evidence-based practices, including Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Alternatives for Families, Cognitive Processing Therapy and others.
  • Collaborate with clients, other treatment team members, DHHS, doctors, hospitals, medical clinics, housing programs, etc. to provide the best service to the clients
  • Provides external consultation and referrals to other organizations
  • Maintains contact with clients in distress, including assisting with hospitalization
  • Participates in multidisciplinary focus groups, committees, and task forces charged with researching and improving clinical practices and developing or updating programs and business processes
  • Provides clinical services required by special programs and projects
  • Meets defined individual and department goals, activity metrics and Key Performance Indicators
  • Promotes, supports and demonstrates MHP’s mission, vision and values through both behavior and job performance and adheres to policies, procedures, Compliance Plan and Standards of Conduct on a day to day basis
  • Effectively interacts and communicates with other MHP staff/clients/customers/partners/etc.
  • Regular and consistent attendance is required to perform other essential functions of the job
  • Other duties as assigned
Skills and Knowledge Required: 

Education/Experience/License/Certification

  • Training in AF-CBT, DBT, TF-CBT and Solution-Focused Therapy preferred
  • Experience in trauma focused treatment modalities required
  • Masters in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling or related field plus 1 to 2-year internship and 3-7 years prior experience in a clinical setting OR: Related PhD or PsyD plus zero to three years prior experience in a clinical setting
  • Licensed PhD or PsyD, Licensed Clinical Social worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), or Licensed Marriage/Family Therapist (LMFT) required
  • CAC II or higher required; LAC preferred
  • Experience working with the legal system and incarcerated individuals preferred
  • Bilingual, Spanish preferred

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Ability to meet direct service expectations and to complete documentation within required timeframes
  • Excellent oral communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to manage difficult or emotional situations
  • High degree of professionalism
  • Excellent organization and time management skills
  • Highly self-motivated but works well in a team setting
  • Knowledge of community resources and ability to make appropriate referrals
  • Must be competent in working with people of diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds
  • Advanced computer skills including use of electronic health record and MS Office products and the ability to learn new tools as needed
  • Bicultural/Bilingual (Spanish) preferred

Clinician – Child Trauma Center

Organization: 
Alaska Child Trauma Center program
Location: 
Alaska
Summary: 

Full-time position working as a Clinician for the Alaska Child Trauma Center program. Clinician will provide therapy services to two populations, children who have experienced complex trauma and children of military families. Requires Master’s degree in Psychology, Social Work or a related field. One to three years of related experience is preferred. Experience with child trauma and/or experience with military families is preferred. Computer skills required. Personal vehicle with proof of insurance & clean driving record mandatory. Excellent salary and benefits. Clinical supervision for professional licensure is available. Position is open until filled. ACMHS application & current driving record required. Online application available at www.acmhs.com Reference Job #16-62&63. ACMHS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.