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Clinical Director of Counseling Programs

February 5, 2021

Clinical Director of Counseling Programs

The Diocese of Covington Catholic Charities is seeking to hire a Full-time Clinical Director for our faith-based Counseling Programs.  


Responsible for the administrative and clinical supervision of our counseling programs, including, but not limited to staff coaching, training, accountability and evaluation; programmatic quality and quantity assurance measures, also responsible for providing direct service outpatient counseling.

 Educational and Experiential Requirements:

  • Master’s degree with a minimum of five years’ clinical counseling experience
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker – Supervisor by the State of Kentucky Social Work Board (LCSW-S) Certification preferred or LPCC-S; or supervisor certification eligible.
  • Management/Supervisory experience required, minimum three to five years related experience preferred.
  • Experience with diverse populations including children, adults, couples, and families, those with mental illness and substance use disorders, life transitions, all income levels, various cultural backgrounds.
  • Experience with DSM 5.
  • Performs all the duties of an independent therapist and demonstrates an ability to work independently as well as collaborating with other staff.
  • Practicing Roman Catholic.

 Management and Administrative Duties 50%

Clinical Director of Counseling Services:         

·         Leads counseling programs (Individual/Family, Pregnancy/Adoption, and School Counseling) toward integration and continuous improvement and oversees the development of training and support systems which both strengthen skills and respond to internal and external accountability requirements.

·         Leads the United Way process for program outcomes, reporting and representing agency in meetings, leads the process of program reaccreditation for Council on Accreditation (COA).

·         Participates as a member of the Management Team.

 Mental Health/Pregnancy/Adoption Program Supervisor:

·         Oversee staff monthly goal compliance, training, and annual staff evaluations.

·         Assure that clients’ needs are met to the highest degree possible to meet internal and external expectations.

Clinical Supervisor

·         Provide ongoing clinical supervision to other Independent licensed staff including quarterly review of service plans for ongoing cases and review of cases that are terminated. 

·         LCSW Supervisor –Provide the required hours of clinical supervision to staff certified social workers as outlined in the Social Work State Boards.  The norm is generally one hour per week of individual supervision, per supervisee, but varies depending on the specific state board requirements and group hours provided by the trainer.

 Mental Health Counseling Direct Service Provider 50%  

  • Provide counseling within the outpatient program. Sessions will include screening, assessment, and therapy, with appropriate referral and follow up as needed per client.

We offer an excellent benefit package including: 3 weeks paid vacation (adjusted upwards for longevity), 17 holidays, 10 sick days, 2 personal days, fully paid health insurance plan for single coverage, defined benefit pension plan and 403b savings plan,  long-term disability, life insurance, business travel mileage and reimbursement for approved expenses.

This job description should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive standards for the position.  Staff will be expected to perform other related duties as assigned by the supervisor.

Submit resume, including at least three references, along with cover letter and salary history by email to Stephen Koplyay, SPHR skoplyay@covdio.org.

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Catholic Charities is an equal employment opportunity.

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