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Clinical Development Specialist - Now Hiring 


This position is responsible for the assessment, development, training and clinical development of clinical staff, to further the execution of our mission. This position will cover/travel all of our Ohio divisions and can be located out of any Ohio office.

This will be accomplished through the following:

  • Based on training and clinical assessments completed in collaboration with staff members and their immediate supervisors, develop and deliver high quality training, clinical supervision, and case consultation to clinical staff.
  • Develop and provide clinically oriented training which help staff meet the training requirements of SAFY and meet the needs of clients.
  • Provide individual and group clinical supervision and/ or case consultation to clinical staff including but not limited to Family and Youth Specialists, Family Development Specialists, Therapists, and Intervention Specialists. Case consultation and/or clinical supervision provided may occur in addition to supervision and day to day clinical oversight provided by the immediate supervisor.
  • Facilitate case consultations and provide clinical coaching to members of the treatment team prior to placement disruptions.
  • May assist and consult on development and implementation of treatment programming. 
  • Provide support for state leadership in maintaining fidelity to clinical and other training models.
  • May provide coaching and transfer of learning support for clinical personnel. 
  • Responsible for documenting all training activity, case consultation, and clinical supervision sessions.
  • Responsible for documenting , measuring, and reporting the outcome of any intervention plans developed during case consultation/ clinical supervision.
  • Help ensure effective implementation of systems to track training quality and learning progress. Measure training outcomes that can be effectively communicated to SAFY stakeholders.
  • Complete monthly reports for supervisor in timely manner.
  • Participate in the CQI process. Audit for quality in collaboration with the state and divisional leadership.
  • Evaluate outcome indicators and analyze trends in order to develop and implement training, case consultation, and clinical supervision plans at the state, divisional, and individual level based on those outcome indicators.
Position Requirements

Educational Requirements:          

  • Graduate Degree in field of social work, counseling or clinical psychology with state appropriate independent licensure

Licensure Requirements:          

  • LISW/LPCC/LCSW/Licensed Clinical Psychologist/LMFT 

Experience Requirements:       

  • Two or more years of demonstrated experience in the provision of clinical supervision and conducting, coordinating, planning and administering staff training.

Skill Set:              

  • Assess,  evaluate, and design training and clinical supervision needs of the staff
  • Ability to work collaboratively with state and divisional leadership
  • Flexible work style
  • Ability to understand outcome indicators
  • Demonstrate excellent communication skills (oral and written) and transparent communication style
  • Strong clinical skills, case consultation skills, and clinical supervision skills
  • Strong organizational skills to prioritize workload
  • Operate a computer with Microsoft Office, other software, agency databases and ELearning systems
  • Culturally competent and experience working with diverse populations
Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time  
Location Ohio - Columbus  
About the Organization Specialized Alternatives for Families and Youth (SAFY) of America is a national nonprofit organization providing an Integrated System of Care for families and their children. Building upon our reputation as a leader in quality therapeutic foster care services, we are recognized as an innovative, high-performing organization known for our clinical expertise, leadership, and ability to produce positive, sustainable change in the lives of those we serve. Our family systems approach combined with trauma-informed behavioral health interventions increase the health and well-being of more than 12,000 families and children each year.

SAFY's Integrated System of Care focuses on family preservation and reunification, therapeutic foster care, adoption services, behavioral health services, and older youth services; utilizing evidence-based or evidence-informed practices in our delivery of impactful program and service solutions.  

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