Georgia Hope School Based Therapist - Lumpkin County, GA in Lumpkin County, Georgia
Provide individual, group, and family counseling to children, adolescents and/or
adults in assigned region/counties.
Collaborate with other Georgia HOPE staff and community partners to ensure
effective treatment, service provision and case collaboration.
Document case notes in online electronic medical record system (CareLogic).
Attend regular team meetings and clinical supervision (if in pursuit of licensure)
Attend agency trainings, as needed
Master’s degree in Counseling, Social Work, or a related field
Associate or Fully Licensed (LPC, LCSW, LMFT) not required, but must be license-eligible
Basic computer skills, including familiarity with using the internet and Microsoft Word
Ability to navigate online electronic medical record system (CareLogic)
Ability to work independently and manage time efficiently
Ability to function as a member for a multi-disciplinary treatment team and work cooperatively with other agency employees
Ability to conduct oneself professionally and ethically with clients, co-workers and community partners
Contribute to Georgia HOPE's culture of safety and inclusion by demonstrating a commitment to learning how to engage with issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Benefits of Working at Georgia HOPE:
In order to support onboarding and caseload ramp up, Georgia HOPE provides 40 hours of paid training over the first month of employment
Full-time employees are eligible for medical, dental, vision, and supplemental (including life/disability)insurance after 90 days of employment
Full-time employees receive nine paid holidays and up to 15 paid days off. Fully licensed clinicians also receive two additional paid days for CE attainment
Full-time employees are eligible for the Employee Assistance Program and 401K benefits immediately
Masters-level employees receive support toward licensure including:
Licensure sponsorship which includes reimbursement up to $185 to license-eligible staff in exchange for a six-month commitment to Georgia HOPE
Quarterly licensure application review webinars
Assistance toward monthly group clinical supervision, which may include referral discounts for on-site or tele supervision
Competitive salaries based on education and experience
Mileage reimbursement for client appointments
Professional development opportunities with CE hours
The ability to create your own flexible schedule
The ability to work remotely when completing admin-related tasks
Additionally, Georgia HOPE is a NHSC-approved provider for loan repayment (see more here:http://www.nhsc.hrsa.gov/loanrepayment)
Productivity Based Pay- Employees are compensated through a bundled hourly rate, which includes both clinical and administrative duties, and is paid per billable service hour. Not only does this increase flexibility, but it also allows the employee to govern their earnings.
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