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Clinical Treatment Lead


Job Location: Greenville, SC



Job Description

Program:
A Childs Haven
Job Title: Clinical Treatment Lead

Reports to:
Early Childhood Director

Department: Program


Status:
Exempt

Date: June 2017

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Clinical Treatment Lead is responsible for demonstrating effective
communication and leadership for support, coaching and shared responsibilities with classroom
team, substitutes, interns and volunteers. Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following.

Guiding Principles We value:

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Children and families and believe that they deserve a staff, board, and community
dedicated to helping them succeed.
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Financial sustainability and believe that we should be responsible stewards of all of our
resources.
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Our employees and believe that their teamwork, commitment, and passion are essential to
creating a positive environment where the children and organization thrive.
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Measurable outcomes and believe that they al ow us to evaluate the effectiveness of our
services
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Integrity and believe that it is the basis of a trusting relationship with our children, families, and
community
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Community relationships and believe that fulfilling our mission is dependent on the goodwill
and support of individuals, organizations, and our community at large.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. Provides clinical expertise to classroom staff in development and implementation of
intervention based on the individuals childs goals provided on their IPOCs.
2. Daily ensures that al children in attendance are assigned a primary provider who wil be
responsible for the daily documentation.
3. Ensures the on-time completion and accuracy of child assessments, progress reviews,
classroom treatment bi-weekly reports and class transfer reports. Demonstrates understanding
of and is team subject matter expert on: Achenbach Child Behavior Checklist; DECA; Ages
and Stages Questionnaire; ASQ social emotional; Applied Behavior Assessment (ABA) and
Positive Behavior Supports (PBS); crisis intervention.
4. Serves as liaison to Family Support Counselors and families of children enrolled in class. Tracks
childrens absences, contacts parents when necessary, documents and communicates
appropriately according to attendance tracking procedure. Participates and is prepared for
treatment team meetings.
5. Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of practice and procedures of ECERS/ITERS and
DECA strategies to build protective factors and positive behavioral guidance; Demonstrates
knowledge and understanding NAEYC developmental y appropriate practice; plans for
treatment goals; Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of Mandated Reporting;
Demonstrates knowledge and understanding behavioral health and barriers for young
children;
6. Coordinate implementation of classroom functions in the absence of the Classroom
Coordinator. Assist in classroom routine duties: transitions, meal time, classroom activities, child
hygiene, etc. Demonstrates knowledge and maintains compliance with al standards and


To learn more about A Childs Haven, Inc. go to www.achildshaven.org
Revised 05/26/17
regulations. Participates and contributes as a member of the class team to ensure the success
of a high function collaboration.
7. Young Children
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Defines and reinforces behavior limits using positive language and interventions and
maintains a safe environment for them.
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Presents lessons and activities in a way that child understands. Adapts program and
schedule to meet childrens needs.
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Anticipates disruptive behavior and takes steps to prevent it. Communicates respect
to children through words, gestures and actions.
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Plans and adapts for successful transitions in the classroom routine. Obtains necessary
information from parents.
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Observes child for signs of abuse and neglect. Explains the information or activity to
the child in age-appropriate ways.
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Al ows student participation and encourages verbalization, praises for appropriate
behavior.
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Allows for cultural and/or religious beliefs. Shares information about child
development with families and responds to individual family needs.
8. Completes all necessary paperwork within the al otted time frame. Protects child and family
rights to privacy and confidentiality, especially in relation to the communication of
information with third parties.
9. Understands contractual and program requirements for the provision of services and meets
the standards set for units of service delivered and number of participants served.
10. Writes clearly, edits work for spelling and grammar; adapts to clinical language for clinical
documentation; submits al incident reports same day
11. Demonstrates and oversees appropriate practices and procedures for health and safety
practices including the intimate care of the children; child hygiene practices; room and toy
cleaning; il child care and procedures for medications; critical incidence procedures and
reporting.
12. Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of procedures for an emergency procedures
and individual child crisis.
13. Performs special projects and other duties as assigned

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
- Must have Bachelors degree in Early Childhood Development, Education or related field that
includes coursework in preparation to work with children and families of diverse backgrounds
and developmental and mental health concerns with a minimum of 9 semester hours related
to early child development coupled with at least one year working experience working with
young children under the age of 5 years and one year of experience in direct services to
children at risk.
- Must meet requirements for a Rehabilitative Behavioral Services Mental Health specialist as set
forth by DHHS and requirements for a child care worker as set forth by DSS.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Must meet and maintain required driving credentials for DHHS Non-Emergency Medical
Transportation
- Must be able to travel for meetings and training that could be overnight
- Demonstrated writing skills that will meet clinical submittal standards.
- Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Office proficiency

SPECIAL POSITION REQUIREMENTS

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- Understands the requirement of confidentiality with regard to ACH families and staff and at all
times maintains a respectful and professional demeanor in their public dealings.
- Adheres to federal HIPPA requirements.
- Current drivers license, proof of insurability, and acceptable driving record.
- Must pass all required background checks.
- Must be 21 years old.

ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL SKILLS:
- Must be able to stand for long periods and walk distances of 0.25 mile;
- Must be able to perform general physical activities that require considerable use of arms, legs
and moving the whole body.
- Must be able to ride a smal bus
- May need to stoop and sit to communicate with young children
- Constantly communicates with visitors, and staff
- While performing the duties on position, the EE is regularly required to talk or hear. Specific
vision abilities required by this job include close vision, and ability to adjust focus.

ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS:
- Office
- Classrooms, Playgrounds
SALARY - $11.50 Per Hour

BENEFITS

A Childs Haven provides medical, dental, vision, insurance and disability for all full-time employees

ABOUT A CHILD S HAVEN

A Childs Haven is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Were dedicated to transforming the lives of
young children who have experienced developmental delays or behavioral chal enges. Many are
victims of poverty, child abuse or domestic violence.

This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the
employee(s) incumbent in this position. Employees wil be required to fol ow any other job-related
instructions and to perform any other job-related duties requested by any person authorized to give
instructions or assignments. All duties and responsibilities are essential functions and requirements and
are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. To
perform this job successful y, the incumbents will possess the skills, aptitudes, and abilities to perform
each duty proficiently. Some requirements may exclude individuals who pose a direct threat or
significant risk to the health or safety of themselves or others. The requirements listed in this document
are the minimum levels of knowledge, skills, or abilities. This document does not create an
employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than an at will relationship.

To Apply for this position please send your resume to Director of Human Resources THIS EMAIL
and put Clinical Treatment Lead in the Subject Line



To learn more about A Childs Haven, Inc. go to www.achildshaven.org
Revised 05/26/17



How To Apply:
Please click below to apply.

A Child's Haven



 

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