Clinician (Mandeville, CRC)

Job Location

Mandeville, LA, USA

Pay

From $26.44 an hour

Type of Job

Full-time

Published Date

January 14, 2022, 6:00:00 AM

Job Description

Start Corporation is seeking a licensed clinician (LMSW, LCSW, PLPC, LPC) for their Crisis Receiving Center for overnight shifts (7pm-7am).

Minimum Requirements

  • Master or Doctorate Degree in social service field.

  • Advanced clinical license for independent practice (LCSW or LPC) in good standing.

  • No restrictions or adverse actions that would disqualify for Medicaid or other billing.

  • Be over 18 years of age.

  • Possess a valid drivers license or LA State ID.

Core Competencies

  • Communicates respectfully and effectively and establishes professional relationships through active listening and demonstrates of empathy and positive regard.

  • Promotes recovery, independence and personal choice for participants.

  • Assits clients in identifying strenghts, needs, and realistic goals to develop a service plan.

  • Accurately identifies risk and responds appropriately, and provides consultation to peers regarding high-risk situations and appropriate interventions.

  • Effectively teaches social skills and hosehold management skills.

  • Demonstrates advanced knowledge of behavioral health symptoms, disgnosis, interventions, and impact.

  • Maintains professioanl boundaries and operates within agency/ethical guidelines.

Job Duties/Skills Required

Clinician will be responsible for conducting Behavioral Health Assessments upon intake and assisting with admitting the patient. 


Clinician will be responsible with ensuring that all of the patients needs are met with the rest of the staff.

Benefits

Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Insurance, Vision insurance, Dental insurance, Life insurance, Paid time off, 14 Paid Holidays per year for regular full time staff, Disability insurance, 401(k), 401(k) matching

About Start Corporation

Start Corporation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1984. Our Mission is to promote opportunities, which enhance the self-sufficiency of people who are impaired in their abilities to live and function independently.