Lutheran Social Services of Illinois (LSSI), is a leading not-for-profit organization providing healing, justice and wholeness to people and communities. For over 150 years, LSSI has made a difference in the lives of children and families, and we're still a strong, viable presence in the State of Illinois, continuing that commitment to making a difference.
Lutheran Social Services of Illinois' Project IMPACT is a program located in the Emergency Rooms of Methodist hospitals on Chicago's Northside. Trained Counselors assist adults and children who are experiencing a behavioral/psychiatric or addiction crisis, whether by walk-in, by other referral source. When an individual comes to the ER with a behavioral/psychiatric or addiction crisis, the ER staff will notify Project IMPACT. Then an IMPACT Crisis Counselor assesses the individual, consults with ER Medical Staff, and provides services from Hospitalization to Out-Patient referral.
Under the general supervision of the Associate executive director and Supervisor will provide direction, coordination, and supervision to regional clinical supervisors within the network and provides clinical consultation and practice model development for welcoming Center therapeutic services within state mandates, COA standards, agency policies, and program plans.
We are currently hiring for a Full-time position for Clinical Director. If interested, please apply today!
Duties and Responsibilities:
Clinical Director will supervise and Manage day to day operation of Project IMPACT.
Provide support to Staff, Provide Clinical supervision as needed.
Also will manage to comply with Productivity standards.
Help staff to achieve Goals of Productivity Expectation.
Clinical Director will complete reports and provided direct services as needed.
Promote, maintain Relationship with key Partners, Hospital, community agencies, Funding bodies and other Providers.
Define and maintain staffing requirement, appoint. Lead, supervise, assign responsibilities to evaluate and coordinate activities of staff.
Ensure that documentation is complete in timely manner.
Master's degree in Social Work or related field required
Excellent written and verbal skills.
One year experience working with mentally ill patients in counseling, crisis intervention or case management
Problem solving/decision making in the face of complexity and ambiguity
Benefits and Perks:
Come be a part of this rewarding environment, and enjoy the knowledge that you're helping others live better lives, as well as these career advantages:
What we offer:
Competitive salary based upon relevant education, experience and licensure
Opportunity for advancement
Comprehensive benefits package, including healthcare insurance, up to 26 days of paid time off per calendar year, 10 paid holidays, sick time, 403(b) plan, Employee Assistance Program, and flexible hours
The training you need to learn, grow, and succeed!
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, pregnancy, any other characteristic protected by law.