Clinical Case Manager
The Center School
Application Deadline:Dec 1, 2023
School Based Services (SBS), part of the Positive Regard Network, invites applicants to apply for the position of Clinical Case Manager (CCM) , to provide intensive counseling and support to students in a school setting through group therapy, case management between school and home/ancillary services, and support to the classroom team. This position is scheduled 30 hours per week, Monday-Friday, generally working August through June during the school year, as a 10 month position, working in a public school setting.
Position Responsibilities: - Provides direct clinical service, e.g., individual, group and/or family therapy as outlined in Individual Education Plans (IEP's) and treatment plans of students. - Develops individual treatment plans/behavioral plans for each student on caseload and establishes clinical treatment goals and objectives to be included in overall service plan for each student. - Provides emergency clinical services including referrals based on psychiatric crises. - Provides family outreach as needed. - Liaisons with outside agencies and authorities, including social services organizations and school district personnel, and represents school in a professional manner at community meetings and events, including court, conferences, etc., as needed. - May accompany students to school psychiatry appointments. - Writes family assessments, psychosocial evaluations, clinical summaries, case notes, IEP goals/benchmarks, progress reports, discharge summaries and other clinical reports as requested or as needed. - Completes intake procedures for assigned students including building history and background files for incoming students and presentation of information to staff during meetings. - Consults with and maintains ongoing communication with Site Administrator, Educational Administrator, Teachers, Floor Manager, and/or Lead Interventionists, as appropriate. Informs staff of outside issues in a timely manner. - Assists in development and implementation of transition plans for students changing school settings. - Prepares clinical updates for presentation at district team meetings and attends team meetings. - Administers clinical assessments as needed. - Facilitates ongoing communication and attends morning and afternoon staff meetings and/or treatment/behavior planning meetings as needed and available. - Adheres to professional license standards while upholding the school model of treatment, as appropriate. - Maintains professional licensure and participates in conferences, workshops or other courses for professional development, as appropriate. - Mentors, trains and role models for new staff including assisting with new staff orientation as requested. - Assists with interventions as needed. - Assists students in the classroom setting when appropriate and needed.
**Please note that candidates who are offered employment will be subject to background screening, to include: CORI, SORI, DCF and
SAFIS (Fingerprinting) checks**
The position requires a Master's degree in Social Work, Psychology, or related field; MA license in a clinical field (LMHC, LCSW, LICSW) required, along with considerable experience in the field of counseling (2+ years in a diverse clinical setting).
At least 2 year(s) of relevant experience preferred.
Master degree preferred.
Citizenship, residency or work visa required
Tina Vanotti, HR Manager
1913 Northampton Street
Holyoke, Massachusetts 01040
How To Apply
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