Creating opportunities for people to learn and achieve their goals.
Community Partnerships of Idaho (CPI) is seeking individuals who want a place to grow and learn! CPI provides supportive career development that allows professionals to explore their passions and step into leadership roles. CPI believes in “creating opportunities for people to learn and achieve their goals,” and we pride ourselves in our company values of integrity, personal dignity, relationships and innovation.
At CPI, you will receive robust training and professional development opportunities, as well as promotion opportunities, and a diverse professional track that supports your goals.
CPI is seeking a passionate social worker interested in helping individuals and families make changes to improve their well-being. Mental Health Clinicians will work with a diverse client population, in both rural and urban settings, and provide mental health service and support. This opportunity allows for robust clinical experience with built-in supervision, support, and training.
Candidates should be motivated to become a Licensed Clinical Social Work (LCSW) within two years. CPI has a proven track record for helping social workers attain and pass their clinical exam. All clinical supervision is paid and included.
Skills, Knowledge, Education and Experience
- Masters Degree in Social Work
- Current, unrestricted license from the Idaho Bureau of Occupational Licensing (IBOL) as an Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW)
- Proof of individual professional liability coverage (minimum $1,000,000/claim and $3,000,000 aggregate)
- Preferred one-year minimum experience in behavioral health, either in internship or paid work experience
- Provide mental health treatment for a diverse population in both rural and urban settings
- Document and assess client’s needs, determine clinically justified diagnosis, produce evidence-based treatment plans, driven by client goals, and routinely review client progress
- Demonstrate robust knowledge of professional and industry ethics, as well as state and federal law requirements
- Provide strong crisis management and support
- Collaborate with community providers, stakeholders and funders as needed for client advocacy and/or program development
- Demonstrate strong organizational skills and punctuality in documentation and report writing
- $500 sign-on bonus
- Paid time off
- FLEX and Dependent Care Savings
- Life & Leadership Coaching
- Mileage Reimbursement
- Paid NASW approved CEU training (12-25 hours per year)
- Opportunity for yearly salary increases based on performance
$21.00 – $24.00 DOE
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