Instituto Familiar de la Raza, Inc. is a multi-service community health and social service agency. We emphasize serving the Chicano/Latino/Indígena community in San Francisco with a special focus on the diverse needs of the Mission District. Our services include a wide range of mental health, HIV-related services, and social services, including health promotion, education, prevention, early intervention, case management, psychological and psychiatric interventions, and cultural/social and spiritual re-enforcement. Our agency serves children, youth, adults, and families. We have a rich history of working collaboratively with other agencies to meet the needs of the Chicano/Latino/Indígena community and other cultural/racial communities in San Francisco. We accomplish this by providing culturally integrated services rooted in our three pilares: Tú eres mi otro yo, La cultura cura, and Sí se puede.
Si a la Vida –Integrated HIV Services offers a continuum of HIV services to diverse Latinx communities in San Francisco, including HIV prevention and mental health services. Our goals are to support Latinos in reducing their risk of HIV infection and transmission; to improve the health and well-being of those living with and at risk of HIV; and to reduce stigma related to HIV, sexual orientation, and gender identity. We accomplish this through client-centered, nonjudgmental, culturally and linguistically appropriate services.
We seek an energetic, bilingual (Spanish/English) licensed mental health professional. The ideal candidate is someone who can demonstrate cultural competency in addressing the diversity of the community being served, including gender, race, language, sexual orientation, and socio-economic status. The successful applicant will provide clinical supervision to mental health specialists, associates, interns, substance abuse counselors, and clinical case managers, as well as clinical consultation with other professionals. This role will also lead multidisciplinary mental health team meetings and lead the quality assurance and improvement process to ensure service delivery within a standard of quality care.
Essential Job Duties include but are not limited to the following:
- Provides clinical supervision to Behavioral Health Practitioners, including associate clinicians and graduate interns, which includes signing BBS hours
- Provides clinical supervision to the substance abuse counselor
- Provides clinical consultation to case managers and other professionals in SLV
- Leads the Quality assurance and Improvement process for clinical services
- Leads the multidisciplinary mental health team meetings for the coordination of services
- Participates in care coordination meetings at Clinica Esperanza, our Center of Excellence (COE) collaborative, and other meetings as assigned
- Provides crisis stabilization consultation and support to SLV providers on an as-needed basis
- Works closely with the SLV Administrative staff and Program Director on program design, planning, hiring clinical staff, and service delivery implementation
- Minimum of two years’ experience providing clinical supervision to mental health providers.
- Up to date with CEU requirements to supervise Board hours.
- Bilingual English-Spanish
- Experience providing psychotherapy treatment.
- Ability to provide mental health services to the target population with an emphasis on working with Chicanx/Latinx/Indigenous communities.
- Experience working with LBGTQ+ individuals and people living with HIV.
- Knowledge of Substance Use counseling and the intersection with mental health.
- Capacity to provide trauma-informed services with trauma recovery best practices.
- Ability to interface with a multidisciplinary care system, including medical providers, case managers, substance abuse counselors, etc.
- Good written and oral skills
- Ability to work a flexible schedule at multiple locations
EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION AND LICENSES
- Master’s degree in behavioral sciences or related field
- California Licensed with the Board of Behavioral Sciences Office or with the Psychology Board
- Must pass and maintain annual Tuberculosis Test
- Must pass Department of Justice Fingerprint screening
- Must provide proof of COVID-19 Vaccination upon hire
- Complete annual recurrent online trainings
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS²
This position is part-time at 17.50 hours per week and the job is primarily on-site at the IFR, with work-from-home options. The salary range for this part-time position is $46,500-$52,000 per year, depending on skills and experience.
Positions at 17.50 hours or more can participate in health benefits, Employee Assistance Programs, Flexible Spending Accounts, dental coverage, access to vision plans, paid vacation, sick leave, paid holidays, and ongoing opportunities for learning.
Interested applicants, please use the button below to fill out an application.
Instituto Familiar de la Raza is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, culture, age, disability, gender, or sexual orientation. People of color are encouraged to apply.
² Please note that IFR reserves the right to change its benefits and contributions at any time at its sole discretion.