LA2050
Our House Grief Support Center

Associate Clinical Coordinator of Adult Programs

Employment type
Full-Time
Posted
11 days ago
Location
Los Angeles
Description

Status:             Full Time (40 hours/week)
Reports to:      Senior Clinical Coordinator of Adult Programs 

Job Description and Specific Duties:

Diverse job responsibilities that include: coordinating Adult Programs, including support groups; assisting the team and Senior Clinical Coordinator with group, education, and training, as needed; conducting groups and pre-group appointments; training volunteers; assisting with data management and coordinating the agency’s Medical Education (Med-Ed) Program.

Qualifications:  Master’s degree in Mental Health or related fields with minimum 1-4 years post graduate experience working in bereavement and/or trauma-focused programs with adults; warm and personable; strong organizational, writing, public speaking skills. Systems and detail-oriented, strong interest in working with grief and loss.

Specific Duties:

Administrative Responsibilities

  • Attend weekly 1:1s; weekly clinical team meetings; quarterly team retreats
  • Attend monthly all-staff meetings
  • Maintain team calendar
  • Attend agency events such as: Run for Hope, Volunteer Luncheon, House of Hope Gala events and additional events as needed
  • In-House Support Groups 
  • Conduct phone pre-intakes (PPIs) and pre-group appointments (PGAs)
  • Conduct in-house grief support groups
  • Create and maintain administrative group and department files
  • Collaborate with Senior Clinical Coordinator in overseeing Adult Grief Support Group services by managing group needs as well individual group member needs
  • Make referrals to individual therapy/other types of support as appropriate
  • Respond to telephone and email concerns from group members
  • Coordinate waitlist groups (including maintaining calendar/schedule and binder, emailing waitlist members regularly) and lead “While You Wait” workshops as needed
  • Develop new activities/poems and update existing ones to be used in groups

 

Data Management

  • Oversee/assist with all Adult team data management, including collecting data from team members and preparing clinical figures for Board Report
  • Participate in agency-wide data management process improvements and comparative Board Report
  • Calculate and tabulate Volunteer Contributed Services for the annual Board Report
  • Evaluate and update playbooks and activity books as needed
  • Be informed about competitive/collaborative adult grief support programs through the service area
  • Ensure that group surveys (pre/mid/post/alum) have been administered per protocol and collaborate with Senior Clinical Coordinator in dissemination of the provided feedback

 

Volunteer Group Leaders and MSW Interns  

  • Recruit, interview, and train volunteer group leaders
  • Track and oversee group leader concerns
  • Provide individual consultation to group leaders as needed
  • Update training materials as needed
  • Interview, train and supervise one MSW student per school year
  •  Conduct bi-weekly supervision to group leaders as needed

 

Education

  • Participate in In-Service Trainings about the agency and grief support for therapists, social workers, graduate students, school personnel, clergy, medical professionals, educators, nursing home administrators
  • Coordinate Medical Education program, including maintaining calendar/schedule and binder, organizing session leaders from clinical team and Alumni, and conduct sessions as needed

 

Outreach/Networking in the community

  • Continue to establish OUR HOUSE as a leader in the field by establishing and enhancing professional connections within the community
  • Initiate and respond to outreach calls with therapists, agencies and schools

 

On-Site Grief Response

  • Respond to requests from businesses and agencies in community for short-term grief support as needed

 

Professional Development

  • Remain current with latest theories and bereavement research; maintain a working knowledge of significant developments and trends in the field of adult grief support
  • Attend conferences and continuing education to increase skills and knowledge
  • Share knowledge obtained with other clinical team members 

 

The above descriptions are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of this position, but they are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by this position.

To apply

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to [email protected]

No phone inquiries please.