Intensive In Home Family Therapist Team Lead
***$5,000- $15,000 Sign-On Bonus***
Be part of the solution to the behavioral health crisis. As a team member with the ND Department of Human Services, you will ensure the most vulnerable have access to a high-quality healthcare system in which prevention works, treatment is effective, and people recover.
Southeast Human Service Center is seeking a dynamic licensed clinician to lead our Youth and Family In-Home Treatment Team.
Southeast Human Service Center (SE HSC), located in Fargo, is the only provider in North Dakota offering intensive in-home treatment services. The SE HSC team has a strong track record of client engagement and retention and reducing risk for out-of-home placement.
This team targets helping at-risk youth and their families who may be involved with juvenile justice and/or social welfare system, at risk for hospitalization, or at-risk for dropping out of school. These team members conduct assessments, engage caregivers and participants in change-oriented treatment, provide direct clinical treatment, document treatment efforts and recommend terminations or changes to treatment.
You will thrive in this position if you are committed to a rehabilitative and person-centered philosophy and comfortable providing services in homes and communities. Because services are provided in homes and communities, travel is a norm.
As team lead, you will coach team members, assign duties, and be part of the leadership team in addition to carrying a small caseload.
To be considered, you must meet one of the following education/licensing criteria:
- Master’s degrees in Social Work, Counseling or areas approved by the North Dakota Board of Counseling Examiners and ND licensure as a LCSW or LPCC or be eligible to be licensed in ND.
- Doctorate in Psychology and ND licensure as a Psychologist by the ND Board of Psychologist Examiners or be eligible to be licensed in ND.
Note: Individuals may apply as a Human Relations Counselor, which requires one of the following education/licensing combinations:
- master’s degree in Social Work and LMSW licensure or be eligible to be licensed in ND.
- master’s degree in Counseling and LPC licensure or be eligible to be licensed in ND.
- master’s degrees in Counseling and LAPC licensure, as well as be within two years of LPCC licensure or be eligible to be licensed in ND.
**Will consider those with anticipated licensure by December 2021.
Position requires a valid driver’s license and successful completion of the assigned defensive driving course during new-hire orientation.