Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Jobs

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Jobs

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Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Clinical Supervisor (BRU) in Orlando, Florida

Description

This position's salary starts at $54,000/annually; the salary increases with relevant experience and higher Education

Are you interested in providing critical intervention to individuals and families in crisis? If so, Devereux might have the right opportunity for you! We are looking to hire a passionate individual to join our team as a Clinical Supervisor.

Being a BRU Clinical Supervisor has its Advantages

As a BRU Clinical Supervisor at Devereux, you will work with other dedicated professionals who share your passion for helping individuals in need. We offer:

  • A chance to make a significant impact on children, adolescents, and adults

  • Opportunities to participate in multidisciplinary treatment team and staffing

  • Professional growth and development at the largest not-for-profit provider of services to children and families in Florida

The Clinical Supervisor with Behavioral Response Unit (BRU) will oversee a team of clinicians providingimmediate crisis intervention counseling to individuals experiencing mental health distress in Orange County. The BRU is a partnership with Orange County Sheriff’s Office that provides co-responder teams, consisting of a deputy and a master’s level clinician, to respond to mental health crises in the community. These teams are secondary responders that provide support to front-line OCSO deputies that have responded 911 calls. The BRU Clinical Supervisor serve as one of our teams in the field and will provide clinical supervision and support to other BRU master’s level clinicians.

The crisis intervention will include stabilizing the situation through communication skills, relationship building, behavioral techniques, grief counseling, interviewing of family members, stress management techniques, etc. Based on the clinician’s assessment, individualized referral recommendations will be provided to assist individuals and families with the identified needs. Services provided under this program will include phone contact and assessment, crisis response, face-to-face crisis assessment, crisis stabilization, short-term intervention including psychotherapy, referral, and connection to service providers. The BRU Clinicians work to empower the individual and/or family, working in tandem to generate solutions, and develop strategies that help establish realistic goals.

Clinical Supervisor responsibilities include:

  • Collaborate with OCSO staff and BRU teams.

  • Provide supervisory oversight and program coordination for a team of clinicians providing crisis response in the community.

  • Provide Clinical and administrative supervision to clinicians to assure clinicians are following state/county guidelines as well as maintaining administrative oversight of services delivered.

  • Provide clinical oversight for clinicians working toward licensure (preferred).

  • Ensures that clinicians comply with all regulatory, organizational and center standards of care.

  • Ensures that safe and effective delivery and documentation of resiliency services for all individuals in the program.

  • Lead and participate in Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training for Orange County Sheriff deputies.

Keywords: crisis intervention, crisis stabilization, crisis assessment, Therapist, counselor, Clinical Supervisor

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Qualifications

Education & Licensure:

  • Master’s degree in n Social Work, Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, Applied Behavior Analysis, or related field required

  • Licensed in the state of Florida under Department of Health to provide clinical services required

  • Qualified supervisor required

Experience:

  • Five years related experience required

  • Must have leadership skills to lead a diverse group and problem solve effectively

  • Exceptional communication skills (written and verbal)

Other:

  • Must live in Orange, Osceola, or Seminole county to respond to crisis call within required time frame.

  • Successfully pass pre-employment medical screenings which include: Drug Test and TB Test. Devereux requires all employees to obtain the annual Influenza Vaccine.

  • Devereux requires all individuals interviewing for a position involving contact with children to complete The Diana Screen, a screening that assesses a candidate’s understanding of appropriate boundaries between adults and children.

Posted Date 1 month ago (7/12/2022 11:21 AM)

Requisition ID 2022-25159

Category Clinical

Position Type Full-Time

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