Position Function: The TSS Clinician is responsible for providing therapeutic support and direction to an assigned youth within CVCAs service areas of Montgomery or Delaware counties depending on program location. The TSS Clinician is also responsible for the implementation of specific aspects of the youth’s treatment plan. The Clinician is additionally responsible for teaching and reinforcing pro-social, adaptive skills. TSS Clinicians provide services in the youth’s school, home and/or other community settings.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
● Strong oral and written communication skills
● Thorough knowledge of clinical guidelines, service expectations, and authorization requirements
● Valid driver’s license from the state in which you reside in and proof of insurance, daily access to a vehicle
● Demonstrates good judgment
● Ability to handle multiple assignments, manages work-related stress
● Relates well to other individuals
Essential Job Functions:
Major highlights of the position requirements are noted below. Additional responsibilities may be assigned as required.
● Maintain record keeping and documentation procedures on assigned youth according to program policies and procedures and regulatory criteria;
● Participate in weekly individual supervision;
● Participate in evaluations by external agencies upon request;
● Submit billing packets on a weekly basis; and
● Assist the youth in maintaining appropriate behavior;
● Reinforce the youth’s use of adaptive, pro-social behavior by providing frequent social and nonsocial rewards;
● Supervise and monitor the youth’s participation in activities, providing support as needed;
● Provide skill teaching as outlined in the youth’s treatment plan;
● Conduct crisis intervention sessions with the youth as needed;
● Use the least restrictive, least intrusive interventions to address the youth’s problematic behaviors;
Assessment and Planning Responsibilities:
● Attends the youth’s Interagency Service Planning Meeting;
● Participates in the development of the youth’s Wraparound Treatment Plan;
● Maintains regular contact with other members of the treatment team to provide and receive feedback on the youth’s performance.
Work Environment and Primary Work Locations:
● Family Home/Community/Schools
● Cases may be assigned throughout Montgomery or Delaware counties depending on program location.
● Require travel between multiple sites.
● Willingness to drive as needed