Youth Initiatives Clinical Manager
Company: Sacramento Native American Health Center, Inc.
Posted on: January 15, 2022
Community Health Center in Downtown Sacramento is seeking a
Clinical Service Manager for the Youth Initiatives Programs. The
Community Health Youth Initiatives Manager of Youth
Initiatives/Clinician (CHYIC) reports in tandem to the Community
Health Director and Community Health Clinical Services Manager.
This is an integral position for the operations of the Community
Health Department within SNAHC. The Manager (CHYIC) is responsible
for overall management of programs and activities targeted to
youth, specifically at the Allcove modeled Youth and Family Center.
The CHYIC will be responsible to provide clinical supervision and
support to Associate Clinical Social Worker's (ACSW), Advocates,
and Care Coordinators. The CHYIC will work closely with the
Behavioral Health Department to ensure systems are both aligned and
well-articulated. The Clinical Services Manager will oversee for
the day-to-day operations of SNAHC's clinical component of SNAHC's
South Sacramento Youth Center serving youth 10 - 24 years of age.
If you are passionate about healthcare and want to be part of a
growing health center committed to enhancing quality of life by
providing a culturally competent, holistic, and patient-centered
continuum of care, we invite you to apply and become part of our
Supports the operations of projects and ensure that all
deliverables and reports requirements for grants are met or
Provides individual and group supervision for ACSWs, while abiding
by all BBS ethical and legal standards of clinical supervision.
Provides individual and group supervision for Care Coordinators and
Youth Peer Mentors to build staff capacity and ensures staff are
prepared to deliver high quality services.
Supports project/program development, implementation, evaluation
and staff development, of various prevention and education
frameworks related to grants, ACSW work, and department goals.
Increases the capacity of clinical services providers who treat
youth and family systems.
Improves the continuity of care and follow up of youth. Builds and
delivers training related to interventions to internal and external
Ensures youth services are offered with high standards, placing
special emphasis on youth and staff safety.
Takes responsibility for budget management, including submitting
paperwork to initiate budget modifications to funders.
Supports leadership with clinical guidance to convene a suicide
prevention taskforce that articulates suicide prevention and
post-prevention activities for both clients and SNAHC staff.
Provides clinical supervision of the Behavioral Health
paraprofessionals, advocacy and care coordination staff.
Supports financial health for clinical services including budgets
and submission of paperwork and documentation to Fiscal in a timely
Takes responsibility for conducting group presentations, one-on-one
contacts, and making follow-up calls to community partner agencies
and community members.
Establishes and maintain relations with the evaluator(s) regarding
epidemiological, evaluation and outcome factors. Works with
evaluator to develop assessment and evaluation tools in target
communities to benefit clinical activities.
Takes responsibility for developing and formalizing relationships
with community partners and service providers via Memorandum of
Provides guidance and support in the facilitation of the Community
Advisory Panel Meetings/Activities, especially as it pertains to
Ensures services are delivered in a culturally appropriate
Compliance with all state and federal laws and regulations, as they
pertain to position including; HIPAA, sexual harassment, Scope of
Practice, OSHA, BBS Ethical and Legal standards of Clinical
Supervision of ACSW's.
Position will receive direction from Community Health Clinical
Services Manager for clinical supervision and clinical
Other duties as assigned.
Licensed in the State of California as a LCSW, LMFT, LPCC.
Certified under authority of the California Board of Behavioral
Sciences to supervise subordinate mental health provider including
LMFT's, LCSW's, CACDC's, ACSW's and MFTI's.
5 years of experience in social services including mental health,
substance abuse and prevention.
2 years of experience supervising multiple staff members.
Desire to work closely with youth, including 2 years of experience
in direct service in youth prevention.
Familiarity with historical trauma and effects of historical trauma
on individuals, families and community levels.
Strong evaluation skills in qualitative and quantitative methods
(i.e. Community Based Participatory research)
Respect for and knowledge of traditional, cultural and spiritual
practices of a diverse Native American community, as well as
ability to work with other racially, culturally, and ethnically
Must have a current California driver license, a dependable vehicle
and valid insurance as required by CA state law
Experience coordinating, implementing, or monitoring
county/state/federal funded grant programs.
Experience in an FQHC setting as a member of a multi-disciplinary
Knowledge of traditional, cultural and spiritual practices of the
diverse AI/AN community, as well as ability to work with other
racially, culturally, ethnically, and financially diverse
Supportive and creative work environment.
Medical coverage offered with two of the region's highest quality
403B plan with a 3% match after 90 days.
12 paid days off.
Flexible Spending Account
Paid Time Off (PTO)
Preference in hiring is given to qualified Native Americans in
accordance with SNAHC policy. Applicants claiming Indian Preference
are encouraged to submit verification of Indian certified by tribe
of affiliation or other acceptable documentation of Indian
EQUALOPPORTUNITYEMPLOYER:Within the scope of Indian Preference, all
candidates will receive equal consideration without regard to race,
color, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, national origin,
medical condition or physical or mental disability, genetic
characteristic, pregnancy, marital status, veteran status, or other
AgeDiscriminationin Employment Act (ADEA): Sacramento Native
American Health Center, Inc. abides by the mandates of the ADEA
(protecting individuals 40 years and older) and considers age a
non- merit factor in all employment decisions and
AmericanswithDisabilitiesAct(ADA):SacramentoNative American Health
Center, Inc. abides by the mandates of the ADA and considers
disability a non-merit factor in all employment decisions and
considerations. Furthermore, SNAHC will make any practical,
feasible, and reasonable arrangements to accommodate qualified
applicants and employees with disabilities.
Applicants and employees may request an accommodation of a physical
or mental disability at any time in the application process or
Note to Applicants: Please be advised that you may be asked to get
a Department of Justice Fingerprinting clearance as a contingency
for an offer of employment. Criminal clearances are obtained to
protect the welfare and safety of clients receiving services at
As a condition of employment, all Sacramento Native American Health
Center employees agree to a Covid-19 vaccination except where
otherwise prohibited or where other legal exemption by law is
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