Clinician - Resource Parent Care Team

at Spurwink Services in Portland, Maine, United States

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Clinician – Resource Parent Care Team

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$2000 Sign on Bonus! Email Me Similar Jobs Email Me This Job $2000 Sign-On Bonus!!!! Do you love clinical work, but feel burnt out by insurance, billable expectations, and documentation requirements? Would you thrive working autonomously, while still being part of a supportive team? Spurwink is looking for a clinician to help foster, kinship and adoptive (resource) parents in Cumberland county. The Resource Parent Care Team is a partnership between Spurwink and Maine’s Office of Child and Family Services, designed to support resource parents so they can provide the best possible care to Maine’s most vulnerable children. The schedule is primarily during business hours with an occasional after-hours request that would be scheduled well in advance. This position also includes a $2,000 sign-on bonus, $1,000 paid upon 3 months of full-time employment, $1,000 paid after 6 months of employment. Robust Benefits Package:

+ Health Insurance (as little as $19.84 every two weeks)

+ Dental Insurance

+ Vision Insurance

+ Life Insurance

+ Retirement Account with Matching Contribution (after one year of service)

+ Identity Theft Insurance

+ Pet Insurance


+ Flexibility of Schedules

+ Career Advancement Opportunities

+ Tuition Reimbursement (up to $2000 annually)

+ Student Loan Assistance

+ Generous Paid Time Off

+ Verizon & Sprint Cell Phone Discounts

+ Opportunity for Same Day Pay

Don’t apply to just any job. Jumpstart your career with Spurwink by getting in touch with us today. DUTIES:

+ Provide support and psychoeducation to assigned families.

+ Support resource parents in caring for children through a trauma-informed parenting lens

+ Collaborate with other providers working with the family and participate in team meetings as appropriate.

+ Identify, refer, and coordinate community services for foster families.

QUALIFICATIONS: Education and Experience Required : Master’s level Social Work or related degree and Maine state licensure at the LCSW/LMSW/LCPC conditional or independent level. At least one year of clinical experience working with youth and families who have experienced trauma. At least one year of direct child welfare experience or working with children and families with active child protective involvement. One year of experience with evidence-based trauma-informed treatment is preferred. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Necessary : Trauma-informed clinical skills and the ability to teach and coach others to the model. Excellent relationship building and customer service skills with professional communication (verbal and written). Organized independent worker with knowledge of the Department of Health and Human Services and Child Welfare System. Knowledge of foster care, child protection, reunification, and adoption. Spurwink considers the health and safety of its clients, staff, contractors, and the community to be its highest priority. In this rapidly evolving coronavirus pandemic, Spurwink is working closely with the CDC, DHHS, DOE, CDS, and other partners to operate in the manner that is safest for all while also providing essential behavioral health services. Spurwink is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Spurwink Services
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Job Posting: JC193914152

Posted On: Oct 03, 2021

Updated On: Dec 28, 2021