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Team Coordinator in Brooklyn at The Jewish Board

Date Posted: 3/30/2018

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    3 to 5 years
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Job Description


The Team Coordinator will provide clinical leadership to the clinical consultation staff and will be the lead person interacting with the ACS Program Manager to ensure that the goals of the clinical consultation program are implemented in line with the Agency and ACS agreed upon expectations. 

KEY ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS (List the functions that are essential to achieve the goals):

  • Be available to sit in on conferences with or without family members present

  • Provide overall clinical and administrative responsibility for the clinical consultants. 
  • Provide direct clinical supervision to the clinical consultants.

  • Perform in discipline case consultation with DCP staff, as necessary

  • Collaborate with community agencies, DCP, and CCP management to develop and expand consultation     services in the Preventive Service and Foster care systems
  • Conduct focus groups with Child Protective ACS managers, front line, and supervisory staff to assess training needs.

  • Create linkage with mental health, substance abuse and domestic violence service providers.

  • Develop linkages with ACS staff, service providers, and contract child welfare agencies.

  • Schedule follow-up meetings with individual substance abuse, domestic violence, and mental health service providers.

  • Schedule follow-up meetings twice yearly with service networks to discuss referral process, and client needs

  • Develop back – up systems to provide emergency clinical coverage.

  • Collect required data to measure level of clinical consultation services and effectiveness.

  • Maintain a daily and weekly log of requests and completion   for clinical consultation services. 
  • Prioritize preparation, review and consultation for Child Stat cases
  • Ensure that your team is available for consults that involve fatalities, critical incidents or other emergency requests.
  • Other duties as assigned.

EDUCATIONAL / TRAINING REQUIRED (List all that is required to achieve this position):

  • MSW or Masters in psychology

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED / LANGUAGE PREFERENCE (List what the desire to reach goals):

•     3-5 years of supervisory experience (both clinical and managerial). 

•     Knowledge of child welfare system preferred. 

•     Knowledge of mental health, substance abuse, and domestic violence issues. 

•     Willingness to work the City Holiday schedule.