Kingsbridge Heights Community Center

Job Title


Job Description


  • Provide administrative and clinical supervision of staff and field instruction to interns.
  • Provide individual, family and group therapy to youth and families who are survivors of trauma and abuse; complete initial contacts and intakes.
  • Conduct clinical assessment, diagnosis and complete treatment plans; maintain case records, progress notes and complete monthly statistics.
  • Provide information and referral, advocacy, criminal advocacy, case management, follow up, crisis intervention and coordinate with other service providers and involved systems as indicated for the participant, and crisis intervention/assistance as needed.
  • Coordinate and participate in victim empowerment and advocacy activities and events.
  • Facilitate support groups, including Beyond Trauma for Women, Parenting Journey,etc.
  • Provide trainings on OVS, Keeping Kids Safe, and workshops/program presentations to outside organizations as requested
  • Maintain a moderate caseload of participants(around15)for individual and family therapy to children, youth, adults, and families who have experienced trauma and abuse.
  • Participate in supervision, team meetings,clinical case reviews, and relevant training; Assist in coordinating training for staff.
  • Spearhead the team effort to screen adolescents for depression, anxiety, substance use disorders, and suicidal ideation in order to prevent court involvement.


Program Director:

  • Supervise CFP Staff


  • Provide administrative support and assistance in facilitating agency wide and program specific events and initiatives


  • MSW with 3 years post master’s degree required
  • LMSW or LCSW required; Completed or willing to complete SIFI course in order to supervise graduate level social work students
  • At least 3 years of experience providing clinical services to children and families
  • Experience supervising staff and/or student interns
  • Some experience providing mental health counseling to trauma, domestic violence, and sexual abuse survivors
  • Candidates who have worked with court involved youth and/or in residential or alternative to incarceration settings strongly encouraged to apply.
  • Bilingual Spanish preferred but not required
  • Experience with child welfare and/or foster care a plus
  • Computer competence including Word, Access, Excel
  • Will be required to obtain fingerprints and other clearances prior to employment

Salary Information

Compensation: Salary based on experience. Benefits include 12 paid holidays, 20 vacation days, 12 sick days, PTO and generous health, pension, life & disability insurance contributions.

Reports to: CFP Director
Hours: 35 hour per week
Classification:Full time Exempt
Salary: 60-65k, Based on experience

To Apply

Please send resumes to: and

KHCC provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.

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