|To work within the Outpatient Clinic Criminal Justice Program’s team model, establishing open communication, support, and accountability among workers and consumers. S/he is accountable to the Supervisor and CJ Program Coordinator, who is responsible for providing supervision and training. The Group Facilitator is one who actively promotes the philosophy of the Outpatient Clinics and maintains a high level of commitment to the program.
- Conducts program intakes, orientation groups and on-going groups as assigned.
- Documents progress/process notes for each participant.
- Maintains partner/victim phone contact consistent with Department of Public Health regulations to ensure partner safety.
- Collects fees and distributes receipts in accordance with agency and program policy.
- Records attendance and number of groups completed on attendance/payment record.
- Reports any treatment non-compliance to supervisor.
- Complies with all statutes and regulations concerning mandated reporting (i.e., reports of abuse and neglect; duty to warn).
- Completes all paperwork as required in a timely and professional manner
- Participate in scheduled supervision with the Supervisor.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the Supervisor and/or Director of Outpatient Clinics.
- Adhere to program and agency policies and procedures.
- Attend scheduled staff meetings and in service training.
- Maintain client records in accordance with standard format and timetables.
- Must have successfully completed training and certification as a Batterer’s Counselor from a Department of Public Health approved Batterer’s Intervention Training Program.
- Experience in group facilitation.
- Must be violence-free in own lifestyle.
- Updated CPR training or agree to become CPR trained upon hire
- 16 hours of in service training per year.
- BA or MA Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or related field preferred.
- Bilingual English/Spanish preferred but not required