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DBT Team Leader, Recovery Partnership Team

Seeking full-time Team Leader for the DBT residential program. Must have at least five years of human services related experience, of which at least three years of experience is with the adult mentally ill population. Bachelor's degree preferred. DBT experience preferred.

Duties include:

Provide range of DBT skills coaching and support.
Coordinate aftercare services for DBT client's transitioning to outpatient care.
Oversee recovery partnership staff, as well as DBT residential clients.
Supervise Recovery Partnership Counselors on DBT team
Convene and facilitate daily organization meetings;
Ensure delegation and completion of daily assignments;
Oversee weekly staff meetings and group supervision with clinician and program director;
Ensure enactment of each client's Individual Action Plan (IAP);
Review assessments at Recovery Partnership Team meetings;
Triage crisis situations and enact crisis interventions;
Complete documentation in a timely fashion, including incident reporting;
Interview and hire new team members, helping to orient them to policies and procedures of program.
Oversee residential budgeting, submitting financial statements to accounting in a timely manner.
On call support for program (rotation with program director)
Other duties as defined by agency and/or program director.

Qualifications: Must possess good organizational skills, effective written, verbal and computer skills. Must respond to crisis situations in a therapeutic and regulated manner.

Benefits Include:
Various shift availability (current potential for OT)
FT/PT/Per Diem Positions available
Short commute to Boston or Providence
Medical/Dental Insurance
401K
Tuition Reimbursement
Ample Paid Sick Time
DBT Training and MAP Certification provided upon hire
Medical/Dependent Care Flexible Spending

Interested candidates can send resumes to:
Kadie Yannone, LCSW
kyannone@comcounseling.org
DBT Residential Treatment Program Director