Under the supervision of the Program Manager, this position provides oversight of programming, leadership, case management, and supervision of all activities and program staff (Treatment Specialists) assigned to a Residential Treatment Program. Ensures that the residential milieu is functioning consistent with state licensure, national accreditation, crisis intervention training, best practices for trauma informed residential care and the individual service plan (ISP) of the client.
Responsible for on-call duties as assigned. Responsible for carrying, answering and maintaining agency cell phone. Completes Supervisor On Call Logs as assigned. Provides emergency crisis management/intervention including coverage assistance as needed. Manages the schedule, records all schedule changes, late arrivals etc. in a timely manner.
Responsible for managing day to day operations in the absence of the Program Manager under the guidance of Division Director of Residential Services.
A Master's degree and a current license in the state of Ohio (eg LPC, LPCC, LSW, or LISW) is required. Strong clinical skills including expertise in systemic family therapy, juvenile justice, crisis intervention, family education, behavioral interventions and substance abuse therapy. Sensitivity in relating to persons of varying backgrounds and demonstrate ability to work with diverse groups of people possessing various strengths, aptitudes and abilities.
Two to three years working with SED children and/or children with behavior problems and their families. One to two years supervisory/management experience in a residential treatment, social service, or mental health setting.
At Applewood Centers we pride ourselves in having a collaborative culture and team environment found throughout our programs. Our Core Values help set the goals and expectations of our employees.
We value our employees and their commitment to our mission and offer competitive benefits including:
A competitive salary
Generous paid time off including:
10 holidays per year
12 days of Extended Illness Bank time per year
15 to 25 days of Paid Time Off (PTO) per year depending on position
Domestic partner benefits
Discounts to area health club memberships
Paid long-term disability
Other benefits of working at Applewood Centers include:
A friendly, professional and appreciated staff
Working with a team committed to the well-being of others
Year round free CEU training
About Applewood Centers:
From our roots as a school, an orphanage and a guidance clinic, through our evolution to the large behavioral health and social service organization we are today, our services for children and families have spanned over 175 years. In the early days, we schooled and cared for approximately 25 children. Today we serve nearly 6,000 children and their families each year. Our Mission is to foster solutions for children, youth and families. Applewood Centers' vision is to be a leader in improving the lives of children in Ohio by providing high quality behavioral healthcare and out-of-home services for children and their families.
How to Apply
Qualified candidates should submit their letters of interest and resume clearly indicating the position title for which you are applying. Submissions without minimal qualifications will not be reviewed. DUE TO HIGH VOLUME, INQUIRIES REGARDING APPLICATION STATUS CANNOT BE RETURNED.