Employment Opportunities

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CLINICAL DIRECTOR

POSITION SUMMARY

This position is responsible for managing all clinical aspects of YCCC programs including staff training, monitoring, and advising on treatment plans and counseling, review of client charts, and clinical oversight of agency programs. Clinical Director has responsibility for overseeing the services related to client treatment and medical records documentation and collaborating with staff to address all aspects of the clinical program.

Travel will be required to multiple programs throughout Yolo and Placer Counties. 

BENEFITS

  • $81,007.85/annually
  • Free use of office space for private practice
  • Annual Pay Raises
  • Paid Time Off
  • Profit-Sharing Plan
  • Health Insurance
  • Supplement Insurance Options
  • Positive work and team environment 

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • Education: Master’s Degree in counseling, psychology, or social work and a valid license active for 2 years for clinical practice in California.
  • Experience: Two years of administering either a mental health program or clinical program preferred; supervision of interns.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

**This job description is not all-inclusive, other duties may be required as assigned.
  • Training and Knowledge Base; awareness of current mental health programs including, Community Mental Health Specialty Mental Health Services / Mental Health Plan; Assertive Community Treatment (ACT); Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT)
  • Collaboration with Management Program Directors; weekly consult in person at the respective site; oversight of recovery and social rehabilitation model of care; clinical oversight: case consults, oversight and reports per Internal Incident Reporting/safety (IIR’s), crisis intervention support
  • Student Trainee and Intern Program
  • On-Call Program; update P&P; rotation coverage
  • Quality Improvement; attend and participate at county clinical meetings, including SUR and CIT
  • Universal Criteria; ethical standards, HIPAA
 
 
Applications and resumes for Behavioral Health Technicians are accepted on an on-going basis. 
 
Per Diem Behavioral Health Technicians

The Behavioral Health Technician is responsible for providing direct service to clients and for facilitating the smooth day-to-day operation of a voluntary residential mental health facility. The Behavioral Health Tech collaborates as a member of a multi-agency treatment team to develop and implement effective treatment strategies. This is a non-exempt position.

  • Cornerstone Crisis Residential (Roseville)
  • Farmhouse (Davis)
  • Harmony House (Auburn)
  • Safe Harbor Crisis House (Woodland)
To apply for any position, send your completed employment application, resume and cover letter by email to assist@y3c.org. Please specify which position and program you are applying for in your cover letter or on application.
 
 



 

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