Do you have in interest in working with North Carolina's leader in children's behavioral healthcare? Alexander Youth Network needs you!
Why Join Alexander Youth Network?
Founded in 1888, Alexander Youth Network is the leading provider of children's mental and behavioral health in North Carolina and serves over 10,000 children and youth adults annually. Headquartered in Charlotte with service locations in the central, western, and Southern Piedmont regions of the state, Alexander combined a variety of treatment programs into a complete Service Array, to meet the need of our clients - wherever they are.
Our services include:
In addition to our mental health services, our programs under The Relatives (Mecklenburg) and Youth Focus (Guilford) serve youth and young adults in crisis through transitional living programs, crisis centers, a resource center in Charlotte, and a maternity home in Greensboro.
To learn more about services, please visit www.alexanderyouth.network.org.
What you would do:
The IIH Lead provides intensive behavioral and emotional services to children and their families within a community-based model; leads a 3-person team, with a maximum case load of 12 families, in providing such services and oversees the functioning of children with mental health diagnoses by conducting individual and family therapy, overseeing skill building activities, providing parenting education, intervening during a crisis, providing on-call coverage within the intensive in-home team 24/7/365, and monitoring symptoms of the child. Responds appropriately and timely to crisis situations and develops plans involving the least restrictive setting; receives and provides clinical feedback; leads and participates in the clinical direction of each case assigned, including designating the appropriate team member for each consumer in accordance with their specialized expertise; collaborates, coordinates and advocates with collateral agencies and natural supports in order to meet family and consumer needs in all domains; applies knowledge of child growth and development to intervention development. Services are provided in the client's home, school, and community settings.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES - Other duties may be assigned
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
Must be a Licensed Independent Practitioner, or have a provisional license and be working under a fully licensed clinician. One year of documented experience with the child/adolescent mental health population required.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS and TRAINING
LPC, LCSW, LMFT; LPC-A, LCSW-A, and LMFT-A can also be Team Leader as long as they obtain full licensure within 30 months of date of hire.
Completion of minimum hours of service definitions training including but not limited to Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Person Centered Planning Instructional Elements, Person Centered Thinking, Introductory to Motivational Interviewing, Crisis Response, System of Care and Intensive In Home Service Definition Training within the appropriate timeframes as defined by the Service Definition; Completion of ongoing refresher trainer as described by Service Definition.
What We Offer:
Alexander offers a comprehensive benefits package which includes:
Alexander youth network provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment and complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities