*Limited Permit*, MHC, MSW, MFT
Two New Openings
$22.11/hour, Part-Time up to 29 hours per week.
Flexible work schedule
(Licensed Clinician and Service Coordinator)
The Salvation Army
Syracuse Area Services
Reporting to the Clinical Supervisor of the Program, Clinical Supervision is provided on a consistent and regular basis.The Licensed Clinician provides office and/or community-based clinical services to Youth with a current behavioral health diagnosis or at-risk of a behavioral health diagnosis.
The ages of the children range from 0-21. The goal of our Clinical services is intended to help prevent the progression of behavioral health needs through early identification and intervention. We may also provide these services to children/youth
in need of assessment for whom behavioral health conditions have not yet been diagnosed.
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Position Details: We have two open positions available within our Family Services Department. Flexible Schedule is available for this position. This position reports to the Children and Family Behavioral Health Program Manager
$22.11/hour, Part-Time, Hourly/Non-Exempt
Benefit Offerings: We offer our Full-time employees access to a unique group of Benefits to include Medical, Dental, Vision Insurances. 13 Paid Holidays, Vacation, Sick & Personal Time Off, Retirement Savings Account and Pension Plan.
In the role of a Licensed Clinician for The Salvation Army, you are responsible for the following:
Please note: We require licensure for this position.
Our funder for this Program requires the Clinician to have the following credentials:
Equal Opportunity Employer: The Salvation Army is an Equal Opportunity Employer and committed to providing a respectful environment for all applicants and employees that is free from
unlawful discrimination or harassment based on age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, disability, citizenship, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or any
other characteristic protected by law.