Clinical Director

South Valley Services is a non-profit organization. Our mission is to provide safe shelter and supportive services to anyone experiencing psychological, physical, emotional, economic, or sexual abuse at home. South Valley Services’ programs aim to empower individuals and communities to recognize their self-worth and to develop the necessary skills to reach their greatest potential, contributing to the collective wellbeing of the community.

Our Clinical Department offers therapy services to survivors of sexual and domestic violence. They work with adults and children and can meet virtually or in person. This service is open to anyone in the community, meaning survivors do not need to be shelter residents to utilize therapy services.

Job Title 

Clinical Director

Classification

Full-time (non-exempt, 40 hours per week)

Qualifications 

  • A minimum of two years experience working in the field of domestic violence.
  • Preferred minimum of two years Licensed by the State of Utah to provide mental health services. 
  • Experience working with families in crisis.
  • Ability to pass a background check.
  • Fluency in writing and speaking English and Spanish; Bilingual and Bicultural (Preferred)
  • Valid Driver License, Up to Date auto insurance, reliable transportation
  • Ability to work with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
  • Ability to work sensitively and effectively with various populations.

Education/Experience

  • Minimum Master’s Degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related field
  • LCSW preferred

Salary

Salary: $74,880.00 - $83,200.00 per year for LCSW

Reporting Relationships

Directly reports to the Programs Director

Responsibilities

Provide general oversight for the Counseling Program at South Valley Services and clinical support to operations, including but not limited to:

    • Organizing and leading weekly clinical staff meetings
    • Coordinating with interns and school liaisons
    • Ensuring a fully staffed program, including recruiting staff and interns as needed, managing staff schedules, hiring and discipline
    • Managing program development with the Executive Director and Programs Director
    • Collaborate with agency-wide team during regular interactions
    • Oversee maintenance of program statistics, including staff and intern activity hours
    • Maintain clinical files according to licensing guidelines
    • Schedule and track program activities per various funding requirements to ensure compliance
    • Provide program evaluation
    • Work with Education Program Director to create, schedule/plan, and co-facilitate monthly internal trauma-informed trainings

Supervise clinical staff and interns including:

    • Provide a minimum of one hour of supervision each week for each non-licensed clinical staff member and intern.
    • Collaborate with other departments to train employees on behavior management, crisis intervention, boundaries, suicidality, and other topics as needed
    •  Provide in-service trainings for South Valley Services as requested
    • Debriefing employees and residents who experience or witness trauma while in our shelter

Provide direct clinical services including:

    • Schedule and complete assessments with residents in compliance with clinical intake guidelines
    • Provide individual, child, family, and group therapy
    • Maintain treatment records both on Apricot and in client files
    • Provide crisis intervention with clients as necessary
    • Formulate, write, and follow the treatment plan for each client
    • Comply with professional licensing requirements

Equal Employment Opportunity

SVS is an equal opportunity employer. We will extend opportunities to all individuals without regard to race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, and gender identity), national origin, disability, age, genetic information, or any other status protected under applicable federal, state, or local laws. Our policy reflects and affirms SVS’s commitment to principles of fair employment and the elimination of all discriminatory practices. We strongly encourage people of color, people from historically marginalized communities, people with disabilities, and other people who would bring diverse experiences to our community to apply.

How to Apply 

Please fill out our Application of Employment and submit the application and resume within the selected Job Description, where the applicant can drop and drag files and complete the submission.

 

pdfApplication of Employment

Submit the Employment Application and Resume here
Drag & Drop Files Here Browse Files