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  • 13 Mar 2019 7:38 PM
    Reply # 7218027 on 5066742
    Jim Macedone (Administrator)

    Pinnacle Recovery is currently hiring for a part time counselor/ intern to co-facilitate our substance abuse/ dual diagnosis IOP program in Sandy, UT. The IOP group itself is Mon, Tues, and Thurs. 6pm to 9pm. The applicant would need to be at the IOP offices up to an hour prior to group for program planning, occasional intake assessments and other duties assigned by the IOP program therapist or the clinical director.  We also have our clinical team meeting Tues afternoons at 12:30 pm for one to two hours.  There maybe occasional opportunities to get more hours if a group needs to be covered at our residential facility.  We can provide supervision if needed as well.  Ideally, we would like someone who is experienced working with substance abuse disorders in a group therapy setting.  

    Interested parties, please email me a resume and I will forward it to our clinical director and IOP therapist. 

    Pay is dependent upon experience and licensure status. Please feel free to email me with any questions or a copy of your resume at: martina@pinnaclerecoveryut.com 

    Thank you! 

    Martina Giaquinto, ACMHC
    Utilization Review Manager
    Pinnacle Recovery
    Phone: 801-502-7808
    Fax: 833-585-5302 
    Email: martina@pinnaclerecoveryut.com

  • 1 Mar 2019 7:34 AM
    Reply # 7193424 on 5066742
    Jim Macedone (Administrator)

    I am looking to hire another therapist at Monarch Therapy and wanted to let you know in case you have anyone you'd recommend that is in internship and looking for a position. I’d love to talk to them. They can email their resume to monarch.michellec@gmail.com

  • 1 Mar 2019 7:33 AM
    Reply # 7193423 on 5066742
    Jim Macedone (Administrator)

    Are you looking to affect change in young people’s lives while having an incredible adventure at the same time?! Come to Outback Therapeutic Expeditions for a life-changing career as a Field Therapist! Immediate positions are available.

    * Go camping with a group of teens in the wilderness for an 8 day/night shift and get 6 days/nights off

    * Provide group and individual therapy sessions every day during your on-shift

    * Collaborate with the primary therapist during co-therapy each week

    * Help students each day by providing skill building techniques, psycho-education, crisis-intervention, assessment, and continuity of care by being with the students before, during and after the primary therapists meet with them each week.

    Compensation/benefits:

    * The starting salary is $40,000 annually.

    * Health benefits kick in after 30 days.

    * Generous paid time off package

    * Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available to all Outback employees.

    * Field Therapist can easily meet /exceed the required direct service hours for licensure and supervision for those seeking Social Work (LCSW) is provided.

     

    Requirements:

    Age 21+

    Masters or Above Level Graduate working towards licensure in Clinical Mental Health, Marriage and Family, or Social Work

    Holds Entry Level license in State of Utah to practice mental health under supervision or ability to obtain license within two months of hire

    Standard First Aid and CPR certified (not necessary to apply, but is a requirement for hire)

    WFR/WEMT (preferred)

    Previous work with adolescents (preferred)

  • 27 Feb 2019 6:34 PM
    Reply # 7190974 on 5066742
    Jim Macedone (Administrator)

    POSITION: Clinical Coordinator I Posting# 2351-0219sr 

    UTAH COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

     

    UTAH COUNTY OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, 100 East Center, Suite 3800, Provo, UT 84606 

    Phone: (801) 851-8158 Fax: (801) 851-8166 Email: humanresources@UtahCounty.gov http://www.utahcounty.gov/jobs 

    Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to provide information on application status by phone or e-mail. 

    All qualified applicants will be considered, but may not necessarily receive an interview. Selected applicants will be contacted by the hiring agency for next steps in the selection process. Applicants who are not selected will not receive notification. 

    JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 

    THIS POSITION IS GRANT FUNDED - PART TIME – WITH BENEFITS 

    BY STATE STATUTE FUNDING FOR THIS POSITION MAY BE MOVED TO JUAB COUNTY IN JULY 2019 

    THIS POSITION IS LOCATED AT THE NEPHI CHILDREN’S JUSTICE CENTER SITE

    POSITION: Clinical Coordinator I Posting# 2351-0219sr 

    REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS TO APPLICATION: 

    $ College transcripts and/or diploma if related to position - internet printouts & photocopies are acceptable 

    $ Required licensure 


    STARTING SALARY: GRADE: 509 Step A – G $23.86 – 27.42 Hourly 

    Salary will be determined upon experience and or education 

    Plus benefits package - Step increase available after completing probation and annually thereafter. 

    20 hours per week, Tuesday and Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. 

    OPENING DATE: February 22, 2019 CLOSING DATE: March 8, 2019 

    The eligibility list created by this posting may be used to fill current full or part time vacancies 

    and full or part time vacancies and grant funded vacancies that occur within the next two (2) months 

    For additional information see the job description at - - http://www.utahcounty.gov/jobs 

    JOB SUMMARY: 

    Under general supervision of the Executive Director – Children’s Justice Center and as lead by a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, coordinates and facilitates investigation and intervention services for child abuse victims and their families and provides training for community professionals. 

    DUTIES INCLUDE: 

    Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

    • Provide direct clinical intervention and coordination to assist in the initial investigation, review, staffing, and treatment referral processes for child abuse victims; facilitate investigation of child abuse cases; provide initial assessment of child victim and family needs; maintain information and contacts for making specialized individual child abuse treatment referrals to community providers. 

    • Coordinate involvement of law enforcement, protective services, county attorneys, medical and mental health treatment personnel, and other agencies with the alleged abuse victims and their families; provide emotional support to the child and family and provide investigation processes information. 

    • Assess the emotional state of the child and family and make recommendations for action to the Multidisciplinary Team investigating the alleged abuse; help to establish a non-threatening environment for children and families; assist in implementing procedures to assist agencies in obtaining evidence useful for criminal prosecution and protective action in civil proceedings in a manner which does not further traumatize a child. 

    • Interact with local and state-wide Child Protective Services workers, law enforcement, county attorneys, treatment providers, and social service agencies to facilitate collaboration efforts. 


    POSITION: Clinical Coordinator I Posting# 2351-0219sr 

    UTAH COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Page | 2 

    Provide direct crisis intervention services to alleged child abuse victims and non-offending family members on-site or by telephone; assess the mental health and needs of the child and parents and makes appropriate treatment recommendations using information obtained during intake interviews, collateral contacts, and by reviewing assessment results; make treatment or social services referrals to various agencies and refers cases for criminal investigation according to applicable laws and regulations. 

    • Create and submit accurate records and documents according to compliance standards and established time requirements; prepare statistical reports to assist in monitoring program services, expenditures, and grants. 

    • Participate in ongoing training to maintain “state of the art” knowledge and enhance therapeutic skills related to child abuse treatment, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and child and family development, etc. 


    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 

    Knowledge of social casework principles and methods 

    • Knowledge of mental health assessment instruments 

    • Knowledge of various modalities of psychotherapy and counseling 

    • Knowledge of federal, state, and local ordinances and policies regarding therapeutic issues 

    • Knowledge of the criminal justice system 

    • Knowledge of interviewing methods and techniques 

    • Knowledge of clinical diagnostic methods and principles 

    • Knowledge of abnormal psychology 

    • Skilled in interviewing methods and techniques 

    • Skilled in clinical diagnostic methods and principles 


    REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYMENT: 

    Required Education and Experience 

    1. Master’s Degree in social work, marriage and family therapy, or psychology from an accredited college or university. 

    2. Equivalent combinations of education and experience may also be considered. 


    Applicants receiving a conditional offer of employment will be required to submit to a pre-employment drug screen and additional background checks as required. 

    LICENSURE/CERTIFICATIONS: 

    Additional Eligibility Qualifications 

    1. Must possess and maintain licensure under the Mental Health Professional Practice Act (UCA 58-60) as a Certified Social Worker (CSW). 

    2. Applicants must possess a valid driver’s license and obtain a valid State of Utah driver’s license within sixty (60) days of employment. 

    3. Selected applicants will be required to submit to a pre-employment drug screen and background check. 


    EXAMINATION/SELECTION PROCESS: Individuals interested in the position must submit an official Utah County Government application and required attachments to the Utah County Office of Human Resource Management, 100 East Center, Suite 3800, Provo, UT 84606, by 5:00 PM on the closing date. NO POSTMARKS OR RESUMES. Additional information will not be accepted after the closing date. The Human Resource Department will screen the applications for minimum qualifications. The selection process will consist of a hiring interview, and may include any one, or a combination, of the following examinations: application and/or supplemental review/rating, written examination, performance test and/or oral examination. The Human Resource Department reserves the right to call only the most qualified applicants to any of the examinations. 

  • 24 Feb 2019 7:34 AM
    Reply # 7184335 on 5066742
    Jim Macedone (Administrator)


    1. West Valley City is hiring a full time Victim Advocate

    https://wvcut.applicantpro.com/jobs/992578.html

     

     

    1. Safe Harbor is hiring for a Sexual Assault Advocate/CRT Coordinator

    https://www.indeed.com/q-Safe-Harbor-Crisis-Center-jobs.html?vjk=ca3bb3de3144a46c

     

     

    1. ACS in American Fork is seeking a part-time male licensed clinician for evenings. The therapy would involve adult and adolescent victims and perpetrators, including general mental health therapy, along with DV, substance abuse and sexual issues. ACS maintains contracts with DCFS, DJJS and DWS, including a DV contract with DCFS. Interested clinicians can email a resume to acsutah@gmail.com   Thanks, Jim Otteson 
  • 24 Feb 2019 7:32 AM
    Reply # 7184334 on 5066742
    Jim Macedone (Administrator)

    Job Position Title: Mental Health Clinician - Paid

    Description of duties:

    Assist vulnerable individuals suffering from a mental health or addiction crisis by providing assessments and connecting individuals to mental health services. Play a valuable role in reducing the potential for violence during police interactions. Aid Department of Public Safety (DPS) officers in identifying and addressing the mental health and substance use disorder concerns related to Operation Rio Grande and assist officers in handling calls for service.

    Work as a member of the Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Evaluation Triage Team (METT). The METT is comprised of a licensed clinician, DPS sworn outreach officers and a supervisory sergeant. The clinician will be housed within the DPS office at Rio Grande and under the direction of the METT supervisory sergeant, will co-respond with law enforcement to incidents related to Operation Rio Grande.

    The clinician will: 

    *  Provide intervention, referral, or placement for a person with mental illness and addiction to facilitate the speedy return of field officers to other duties.

    *  Endeavor to prevent unnecessary incarceration and/or hospitalization of persons with mental illness or addiction by directing individuals, based on medical necessity, to care in the least restrictive environment through a coordinated and comprehensive system-wide approach.

    *  Provide a variety of clinical services for persons suffering from severe mental and emotional disorders and addiction; assist patients; their families; law enforcement and other social agencies in understanding and finding solutions to problems that lead to and result from mental illness and severe emotional disorders.

    *  Provide follow-up to support access to care and associated reductions in recidivism.

    *  Coordinate with service providers in the Rio Grande District including Salt Lake City Police Department clinicians to address needs of individuals.

    *  Report the required metrics to SL County.

    Required qualifications: *

    *  Master’s Degree graduate in a mental health discipline from an accredited university.

    *  LCSW or CMHC 

    *  Experience performing biopsychosocial assessments and utilizing the ASAM criteria.

    *  Previous training and experience working with severe and persistent mental illness and substance use disorders.

    *  Experience working with diverse and vulnerable populations.

    *  Knowledge of homeless populations and Salt Lake area community resources preferred.

    *  Ability to be proactive and maintain organization, initiating daily tasks, and coordinating schedules working as a member of a team.

    *  Be dependable and reliable.

    *  Ability to build and foster relationships with partner agencies.

    *  Ability to maintain a calm demeanor amidst potentially high distress population.

    *  Ability to enter clients’ dwellings, including climbing stairs.

    *  Valid Driver’s License.

    $60,000 and benefits

    Name of hiring agent: Erin Basta

    Email of hiring agent: erin.basta@voaut.org

    Phone number of hiring agent: 801-875-4567

    Name of person submitting opening: Erin Basta

  • 19 Feb 2019 1:37 PM
    Reply # 7173498 on 5066742
    Jim Macedone (Administrator)

    Position became available when: 2/1/2019

    Applications accepted until when: 3/31/2019

    Job Position: Title Licensed Mental Health Therapist

    Description of duties:

     • Conduct individual and family therapy sessions.

     • Ability to facilitate therapeutic groups and assist with innovative curriculum development.

    • Maintain excellent standards regarding clinical documentation of all groups, individual and family therapy sessions, treatment plans, discharge summaries, etc.

    • Manage crises and safety issues that arise with clients

    • Engage in case management and professional collaboration with clinical team to create dynamic, effective, and evolving interventions and treatment plans

    • Excellent time management skills

    • Team player with a positive attitude

    Required qualifications:

    • Mental health clinical license (e.g., LCSW, LMFT, CMHC) current in the State of Utah

    • Experience working with teens is preferred

    • Strong leadership qualities

    • Preference for clinical experience with ODD, Conduct Disorder, and Substance Abuse

    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

    • Must be able to pass a background check and drug test upon hiring

    Name of hiring agent: James Mason Centers for Recovery

    Email of hiring agent: jobs@jmcrecovery.com

    Phone number of hiring agent: 801-693-1192

    Name of person submitting opening: Greg Hawkes

  • 13 Feb 2019 1:31 PM
    Reply # 7163021 on 5066742
    Jim Macedone (Administrator)

    Job Position/Title: Therapist or Life Coach 

    Position became available when: 2/14/2019

    Applications accepted until when: 2/14/2019

    Description of duties: Running groups and seeing clients 

    Required qualifications: License with DOPL

    Name of hiring agent: Advantage Counseling Seevices

    Email of hiring agent: rowley7770@yahoo.com

    Phone number of hiring agent: 8019300575

    Name of person submitting opening: Heather Rowley

  • 2 Feb 2019 10:33 AM
    Reply # 7142688 on 5066742
    Jim Macedone (Administrator)

    Mental Health Therapist Utah Pride Center

    Position Title:     Mental Health Therapist

    Location: Salt Lake City, UT

    Term: PT. Permanent

    Education: Advanced degree and LCSW/CSW/ACMHC/CMHC

    The therapist position provides individual, couple, family, and group psychotherapy, as well as walk-in, crisis, support services to LGBTQIA+ community members, families, and allies. Counseling is provided on sliding scale, and insurance coverage is accepted from several major providers, including Medicaid and Medicare. Assist with clinical supervision to interns. UPC seeks a candidate who is inquisitive, innovative, strategic, solution-oriented, collaborative and inspired by UPC’s mission, vision and values.

    Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Provides one-on-one, couples, family, and group    psychotherapy
    • Responds to crisis calls
    • Participates in meetings as needed
    • Intervenes in all crisis situations as needed
    • Meticulously documents crisis interventions, clinical SOAP notes, complying with HIPAA policy and UPC guidelines. Maintains confidential documentation
    • Fosters community relationships to strengthen referral base and to improve LGBTQIA+ -competent network of care
    • Refers clients to community affirming agencies, services and professionals as appropriate. Establishes systems of referral and communication
    • Intervenes in appropriate systems as a client advocate
    • Includes family and friend networks of clients as requested and when appropriate
    • Actively participates in programs team meetings and communicates all pertinent information to appropriate staff
    • Collaborates and communicates with Youth and Family Program Manager for group and individual intakes and follow-up
    • Provides input, support and guidance to the development of the Mental Health Project, coordinating with the Clinical Director of Community Counseling Services
    • Facilitates and fills in for support group facilitators as needed

    Position Expectations:

    • Ensure the client’s right to privacy and ensure appropriate confidentiality when information about the client is released to others
    • Be knowledgeable about resource availability, service costs, and budgetary parameters and be fiscally responsible in carrying out all case management functions and activities
    • Participate in evaluative and quality assurance activities designed to monitor the appropriateness and effectiveness of both the service delivery system in which case management operates as well as the case manager’s own case management services, and to otherwise ensure full professional accountability
    • Carry a reasonable caseload that allows the case manager to effectively plan, provide, and evaluate case management tasks related to client and system interventions

    Position Requirements:

    • Advanced degree and CSW/LCSW/ACMHC/CMHC preferred
    • 3-4 years social work experience (affirming and validating approach)
    • A strong sense of and orientation towards client-centered approach
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills and presentation skills
    • Strong knowledge of LGBTQIA+ communities and issues; high sense of responsibility and commitment to UPC mission
    • Demonstrated commitment to social, racial, and gender justice
    • Expansive understanding of intersectionality, power, and privilege
    • Demonstrated ability to work with a diverse staff in a multicultural environment
    • Experience in conflict resolution, peer mediation or negotiation
    • Inquisitive, sense of humor, proactive, solutionoriented, collaborative, conscientious, dependable, responsible and efficient with a positive attitude and willingness to pitch in to support other UPC initiatives as needed
    • Ability to work closely and collaboratively with co-workers; demonstrated initiative and self-motivation
    • Independent means for travel throughout the greater Wasatch Front for meetings, fundraising, program events, etc. Operation of a motor vehicle requires valid and current Utah driver’s license
    • Computer literacy required (Word, Excel, and Google Docs)
    • Flexible schedule; ability and willingness to work some nights and weekends

    EMAIL RESUME TO:

    Angie Salot | Director of Operations

    Pronouns: She | Her | Hers

    Office : 801 539 8800 x 1002

    Cell    : 801-821-5191

    utahpridecenter.org 

  • 28 Jan 2019 10:49 AM
    Reply # 7133334 on 5066742
    Jim Macedone (Administrator)

    Position Open: 

    Licensed Behavioral Health Counselor

    Description of duties: *

    1. Successful and experienced in counseling all kinds of life issues and capable of delivering individual, couple, crisis and family therapy.

    2. Poses the ability to quickly assess and work within a solution focused environment.

    3. This position requires reliable transportation and the ability to work both independently and as an effective member of the team.

    4.This opportunity delivers you into a position that is dedicated to delivering the full spectrum of EAP services, which includes counseling, work site training's, crisis services, assessments and referrals.

    5. The Blomquist Hale team works closely with employers and the management team of hundreds of business organizations. Additionally, we work closely with the companies and their employees plus dependents as we deliver sound solutions with an unsurpassed quality experience.

    6. This is a part time position-evenings and Saturday role

    7. Fantastic team, service, motivated clientele


    Required qualifications:

    • LCSW or LMFT or CMHC or LCMHC licensed in Utah

    • Master’s Degree and Utah State License in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy/ Counseling

    • Additional certifications are a plus

    • Preference given to experienced therapists

    • Prefer candidates have met the supervisory hour requirement

    • Spanish speaking a plus


    TOP SKILLS REQUIRED:

    • Friendly

    • Energetic

    • Engaged

    • Flexible

    • Knowledgeable

    • Professional

    • Team player

    • Unwavering Integrity


    Name of hiring agent: Susie Evans HR

    Email of hiring agent: HR@blomquisthale.com

    Phone number of hiring agent: 8016718585

    Name of person submitting opening: Susie Evans

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