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  • Children & Families Team Leader

    Job Locations US-MN-Duluth | US-MN-Duluth
    Posted Date 6 months ago(1/11/2018 8:31 AM)
    # of Openings
    Human Services
  • Overview

    The Children & Families Team Leader is responsible for administrative and supervisory work in the coordination of the ARMHS, CTSS, EIDBI, psychotherapy, and targeted case management programs for our growing Children & Families team. This position works closely with the Clinical Lead, Program Director, and other leadership staff to provide effective guidance and support to team members on a daily basis. This role provides consistent instruction, support, and skills training to their team for the purpose of promoting recovery based services to our clients and their families.


    Type Full-time, salaried
    Location Duluth
    Pay $49K-$56K annually, based on qualifications and experience


    • Provide non-clinical supervision, consultation, and support to the Children & Families team.
    • Monitor and ensure timely response to new referrals for all services
    • Provide field observation, training, and mentoring for new and existing staff
    • Conduct staff evaluations, career development, and performance interventions
    • Review and approve assessments, authorize notes
    • Facilitate regular team meetings and provide pertinent input regarding client concerns, progress, etc.
    • Identify and problem-solve ways to improve work processes, efficiency, and service quality.
    • Meet with team members at regular intervals to review client progress and manage case-loads
    • Identify and problem solve barriers to treatment, client disengagement, and lack of treatment progress
    • Handle client complaints/concerns


    • Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in one of the Behavioral Arts and Sciences
    • At least two year’s experience providing services to adults and children with mental illness, including ACT, IRT, ARMHS, CTSS, EIDBI, community mental health clinics, or other similar community mental health services
    • At least two years of supervisory experience in health care/human services
    • Applied Behavior Analysis training and experience preferred
    • Training and experience working with individulas diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) preferred
    • Competence using a variety of electronic communication and health information management technologies
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Training and experience in motivational interviewing
    • Public speaking and staff training



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