Job Description Gemma Services, located on a beautiful campus in Plymouth Meeting, just outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, seeks a qualified Clinical Services Director (CSD) who will provide outstanding clinical oversight and direction for our residential treatment facility for youth aged 6-14 with serious behavioral challenges. The CSD will direct the clinical treatment services provided to children and families in the residential treatment program; coordinate and oversee delivery and supervision of evidence based and trauma informed practices; ensure compliance with policies and procedures and outside regulatory requirements, and directly supervise assigned personnel.
This individual will need to understand and implement best practices related to diversity, equity and inclusion in treatment practices. We are seeking an individual who exhibits a high level of cultural competency and experience with communities and individuals that vary by race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, urban, suburban and rural neighborhoods, primary languages spoken and LGBTQIA+ status.
We strive to have a workforce that reflects the diversity of the youth and families in the program. Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply.
Required Education and Experience
Doctorate degree in Social Work, Psychology, or related field, with a minimum of seven years of experience or a Master's degree with a minimum of ten years of experience.
Five years of experience in providing both administrative and clinical supervision and guidance of mental health professionals.
Current clinical license, e.g., LCSW, LPC, LMFT or licensed psychologist
Knowledge of and experience in providing trauma informed treatment and evidence-based practices and the ability to train others in these practices.
Strong communication and collaboration skills that enable them to work effectively with children, youth, families, and clinical and milieu staff.
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About Gemma Services
Gemma Services is a non-profit organization that serves children and families with behavioral and emotional challenges. We have a residential treatment facility for children 6-14, an approved private school K-12, and various community based programs including intensive behavioral health services (IBHS), foster care, adoption, outpatient therapy and prevention services.