Who we are:
Since 1985 Brandywine Counseling & Community Services, Inc. (BCCS) has be a trusted provider of outstanding substance abuse and behavioral health treatment. BCCS is a community organization that prides itself on helping members of our community recover with dignity. We enhance the quality of life by creatively providing Education, Advocacy, Prevention, Early Intervention and Treatment Services. We promote hope and empowerment to persons and families touched by mental illness, substance abuse, HIV and multiple occurring diagnoses, and their related challenges.
BCCS is currently seeking a CLINICAL PROGRAM MANAGER to provide clinical supervision to the Project Engage staff. This position requires adherence to all BCCS and Christiana Care Health Systems (CCHS) policies and procedures. As a Clinical Program Manager for Project Engage staff, this individual guides, monitors and assists Engagement Specialists in providing optimal therapeutic care and support services for all clients served by this project.
• Supervision practices and principles including providing interactional, ethically sound, high level skills building, and quality clinical supervision to staff.
• Evaluation and direction over each Specialist’s clinical practice
• Promotion of continued development of the Specialist’s knowledge, skills, and ability to engage with clients in an ethical and highly competent manner
• Education on Self-Awareness with the goal of increasing Specialist’s awareness of counter-transference, boundary considerations, ethical concerns, and potential Compassion Fatigue and Vicarious Trauma.
• Crisis intervention - Responds to urgent or emergency situations in a way that minimizes trauma to the client and staff members and results in stabilization.
• Ability to communicate effectively with clients, supervisors, and staff.
• Effective clinical supervision and client engagement skills
• Mental health treatment, principles, standards and best practices
• Conveys expertise on substance abuse treatment and social services facilities and admission criteria
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required:
*cultural competence, ethical standards, current EBPs, crisis intervention, engagement and clinical relationship building, trauma and trauma informed care, co-occurring disorders, recovery planning, and review of all relevant documentation
• Drug and Alcohol Treatment principles, standards and best practices
• Methadone Maintenance treatment principles, standards and best practices
• Community Resources
• Performance Evaluation
• Primary office setting with be at CCHS; expected to travel between Christiana (Newark and Wilmington locations) Hospital
• Requirement to work one weekend and one evening per month
• A Master’s degree form an accredited college or university with a major in psychology, social work, counseling, nursing or a related field of study and six (6) years of clinical experience in supervising drug treatment required of which two (2) years are spent providing direct supervision to peer specialists.
• CADC required
• LCSW, CCDP and LPC preferred
• Obtain training in relevant EBP
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