Fraser, a nationally renowned Minnesota non-profit, is looking for compassionate individuals to help create bright futures for children and adults with special needs. Fraser serves children of all abilities and adults with special needs through comprehensive education, healthcare, and housing services. At Fraser we are passionate about the clients we serve, we are committed to building relationships that lead to successful outcomes for all we interact with.
OVERVIEW OF THE POSITION: Provides leadership to a program within the Fraser Autism Program (Day treatment, skills training, or Fraser Autism Home Services). Provides mental health assessment, intervention, consultation, and supervision for children and adolescents.
1. Participate in team diagnostic assessment and treatment planning for clients with behavioral, emotional, and developmental concerns with an emphasis on autism spectrum disorders.
2. Provide group therapies for siblings, parents, and children.
3. Provide training and consultation as assigned and appropriate to skills set.
4. Provide mental health supervision and consultation to Fraser Autism Program staff as assigned.
5. Coordinate and provide supervision of training for interns and non-licensed staff.
6. Attend clinical staff meetings and provide input on peer review.
7. Communicate concerns regarding rule and policy compliance to supervisor.
8. Schedule and provide clinical services in such a way as to meet or exceed budgeted productivity targets.
CORE BEHAVIORS FOR ALL FRASER EMPLOYEES:
1. Serve as an example of the Fraser Employee Credo: “I am passionate for the client. I am committed to success. I value relationships.”
2. Comply with all Fraser policies and procedure requirements, and any applicable regulations.
3. Serve as an advocate for clients served.
4. Actively support Fraser’s mission, strategies and change initiatives.
CORE RESPONSIBILITIES FOR ALL FRASER SUPERVISORS/MANAGERS:
1. Create and support a functional team that works together to support the Fraser mission, values, and culture.
2. Collaborate with Human Resources in staff recruitment and retention, staff development, employee relations and cultural development initiatives.
3. Promote professional growth and job satisfaction of staff through mentoring, motivating, developing and coaching.
4. Monitor and ensure individual staff and team productivity or other performance criteria is met.
5. Ensure quality training for all staff, in accordance with regulatory and Fraser requirements and standards.
SCHEDULE: Full-Time, Monday-Friday between the hours of 8:00am-6:00pm.
1. MA, MS, or Ph.D. in a mental health field required.
2. Current licensure from the State of Minnesota (LP, LICSW, LMFT, LPCC) required.
3. Ability to achieve and maintain status of “may provide direct contact for this agency” upon completion of criminal background studies.
4. Effective communication in the English language, including verbal and written communication with both internal and external contacts required.
5. Ability to recognize problems, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions required.
6. Computer proficiency using Word and Excel with proficiency in keyboarding skills required.
7. Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail required
This position is posted at www.fraser.org/employment until filled In addition to competitive compensation and benefits, Fraser offers its employees much more. We offer a flexible, casual environment which provides employees work and life balance. Our employees say that being part of the Fraser team is being a part of something special; where co-workers genuinely care about the work that we do, and about one another.
Fraser is proud to be an EEO/AA employer
Fraser is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to the equal treatment of all employees without regard to race, religion, veteran status, disability, color, creed, gender, sexual orientation or any other factor prohibited by law.