Clinical Services Coordinator
Living Without Violence (Waiheke Network) is a non-profit organisation providing specialist family violence prevention and intervention services for women, men, children, couples, families and whanau on Waiheke Island.
We are seeking a Clinical Services Coordinator for 18 hours per week.
The Client Services Coordinator provides internal supervision to staff who are engaged in the delivery of client services (counselling and group programmes).
The role exists to ensure that:
- Client services are delivered in accordance with the standards, policies and procedures of Living Without Violence (Waiheke Network) Inc;
- Services are targeted to meet the client’s individual and greater needs; and
- Staff who are responsible for delivering client services are supervised internally.
The Client Services Coordinator provides an important function by maintaining an overarching understanding of and watching brief over the services being delivered to each client, including connecting the different and multiple services which may be delivered to an individual client.
The Clinical Services Coordinator works closely with the Agency Manager to ensure that clinical services are delivered in accordance with contractual obligations and internal policy and practice requirements.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
The ideal applicant must hold a qualification which meets at least Level Six (Diploma) of the relevant New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) in at least one of the following areas:
Social Practice – Counselling
Psychosynthesis – Counselling
Health Science – Counselling
Applied Social Science – Counselling
Have at least three years current experience (ie., obtained in the last five years) in the provision of counselling services to clients (preferably in a social service setting) in one of the following areas:
- domestic violence
victims of crime
families, child and/or youth
drug and alcohol or other addictions.
Have at least two years current experience (ie., obtained in the last five years) in the provision of professional supervision to counsellors and other clinical workers. Professional supervision experience may have been acquired either on the job (ie., in a role requiring staff supervision) or as a private service provider providing professional supervision services.
Applicant MUST follow the process contained in the application pack which can be obtained my emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications which do not follow the application process will not be considered.
Applications close at 5:00pm on Friday 5 April 2019.