first_imgClassification Title: Provides direct therapy and counseling services to child victims,siblings of victims, and non-offending caregivers.Coordinates intakes, evaluations and interviews with children,family members to obtain psychosocial information for clinicalevaluations. Develops and maintains relationships with staff andother agencies to provide coordination with needed services andsupport through advocacy, referral and follow-up.Provides depositions and court testimony as required. Counselor $39,000 to $59,000 annually depending on education andexperience Expected Salary: Licensed as a Clinical Social Worker or eligible for Floridalicensure.Experience in Trauma focused care and planning.Use of standardized assessment tools in determining a client’scurrent presenting problem(s).One year of clinical counseling experience, six months of whichmust be in providing treatment to sexually abused children andtheir families. This is a time-limited position. Time limited position are based oncircumstances, such as funding sources, which control the length oftime for which the position is available.Office hours are 8am-5pm; schedule is flexible to meet the needs ofthe child/family schedule for after hours appointments.Background Check is Required.Applicant must submit a Resume/CV, Cover Letter and 3References.Application must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. (ET) of the posting enddate.University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville: Visit this link to watch thevideo.This requisition has been reposted. Previous applicants are stillunder consideration and need not apply.center_img Job Description: Minimum Requirements:Professionals with one of the following credentials arequalified to provide psychosocial counseling:Social worker with a master’s degree or a Ph.D. in social workfrom a Certified Social Work Education-accredited school of socialwork.Registered nurse with advanced specialized counseling educationand training as a clinical nurse specialist or certifiedpsychiatric nurse.Professional licensed to provide clinical, counseling, andpsychotherapy services by the Florida Department of Health,Division of Medical Quality Assurance.Counselor with a master’s degree in counseling.Psychologist with a master’s or Ph.D. in psychology.Master’s or doctoral level graduate student intern from anaccredited school of social work or a psychology or counselingprogram, under the supervision of a licensed practitioner qualifiedto supervise such interns. Special Instructions to Applicants: Preferred Qualifications: Health Assessment Required:Yeslast_img read more

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