LICSW or LMHC Clinician
Executive Vice President of Programming
Since 1899, the Boston Rescue Mission (BRM) has focused on preventing and ending homelessness and in guiding people from a place of need to a place of self-sufficiency. Located in the heart of downtown Boston, BRM serves women and men who are homeless and at risk of homelessness 365 days a year. People in crisis, including veterans, come to the Mission to receive hearty meals, safe shelter beds, and life-transforming services. Our shelter programs focus on treating the underlying causes of homelessness with individualized case management, employment, and services to guide people toward permanent housing. Our approach establishes a caring and accountable recovery environment along with job skills and related training designed to promote healthy, independent living. We are committed to helping people break their personal cycle of homelessness and over time have seen remarkable results.
The LICSW or LMHC Clinician will work in treatment groups as part of a multi-disciplinary team providing direct individual and group therapy to clients and will work with families and outside providers to assist in facilitating successful transitions back into the community. The clinician also functions as a member of a dynamic leadership team, providing direct supervision and consultation to program staff and interns. The successful candidate should be experienced in the treatment of substance abuse and dual-diagnosis, as well as in group, individual, case management and family treatment.
Work in treatment groups as part of a multi-disciplinary team
Provide direct individual and group therapy to clients
Work with families and outside providers to assist in facilitating successful transitions back into the community.
Provide direct supervision and consultation to program staff and interns
Masters degree in Counseling or Social Work and Licensed Social Worker (LICSW) or Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC)
Thorough knowledge and skills in addiction and dual-diagnosis treatment.
A minimum of three years of clinical supervisory experience to an interdisciplinary team in a substance abuse treatment setting.
Proficient computer skill including the use of Microsoft Word and Excel.
Ability to work independently yet always as a member of a treatment team.
Ability to relate to clients in an instructive, supportive, and compassionate manner.
Strong organizational writing and communication skills.
Compensation and Benefits
Compensation is commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits for full time employees include: health & dental insurance, generous paid vacation and holidays, a 401K retirement plan with generous matching contribution, and more.