Employment Opportunities

We are currently hiring for two positions, Therapy Supervisor and Resource Development Intern. Please see below for job descriptions and how to apply.

RECLAIM is committed to recruiting candidates with lived experience in communities of color and transgender communities.

 

Reclaim Mental Health Supervisor

Job Description

RECLAIM increases access to mental health support so that Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) youth may reclaim their lives from oppression in all its forms. We partner with queer and transgender young people ages 13-25 who are marginalized because of their gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation. We provide accessible therapy to youth and their families, cultural competence training to practitioners, and community partnership at the intersection of gender and racial justice. We currently serve about 40% youth of color and 75% transgender youth, the majority of the Twin Cities metro area.

The Supervisor is someone who is passionate about the mission and values of RECLAIM. We are building a community of emerging and experienced practitioners who apply post-modern principles to their practice. We engage clients in holistic healing that addresses as many areas of need as possible. We specialize in supporting youth around sexual orientation and gender identity while recognizing all aspects of identity reclamation. RECLAIM is committed to recruiting candidates with lived experience in communities of color and transgender communities.

Supervisors are responsible for overseeing the progress in mental health for clients. They are tasked with interacting with clients and their families on a regular basis to provide advice for improving their conditions, as well as supervise and lead the program team to verify that all health tasks are completed correctly and on time.

They work closely with psychologists, counselors, and other community leaders to provide client support, and also manage calendars and schedules for improved organization and response times. Supervisors use computers to record their progress, respond to inquiries, and develop programs for later implementation. Supervisors should have advanced interpersonal skills to communicate in a simple and clear way about clients’ health. They also provide therapy services to specific patients based on their requirements and must follow strict safety and privacy protocols to prevent accidents and privacy breaches that could affect the mental health processes in course.

The position is located in St. Paul, MN.

If you are interested in apply for the supervisor position at RECLAIM, please send a resume, cover letter, and three professional references to Felicia Sy, felicia@reclaim.care.

Salary 55k (DOQ)

37.5 hour work week, generous PTO benefits eligible

Job Description and Summary of Responsibilities

Roles and Responsibilities

  1. Supervision
  • Follow supervision requirements to be in compliance with academic institutions and third party payers.
  • Provide training opportunities for employees as needed.
  • Provide supervision and support of individual employees, fellows, including interns, facilitators, specialists, and parent partners.
  • Complete staff evaluations in conjunction with the program manager.
  • Maintain clinical oversight of the program.
  • Review and sign all provider progress notes, providing feedback as necessary, and ensure documentation is completed promptly
  • Provide bi-weekly group supervision in Liberating Therapeutic Conversations (LTC)
  • Co-facilitate POC Cohort
  • Monthly Program team reports
  1. Therapy Provision
  • Maintain a client schedule of 10 to 12 clients per week
  • Complete diagnostic assessments, progress notes, and treatment plans promptly;
  • Skillfully engage in routine conversations with clients regarding financial responsibilities;
  • Successfully meet target number of clients seen and overall organizational financial revenue goals;
  • Triage intake calls and make appropriate referrals;
  • Comply with grant requirements and reporting.
  1. Internal and External Collaboration
  • Internal collaboration with colleagues at RECLAIM to provide the best service possible;
  • Actively partner with youth to advocate with third party payers and other service providers to ensure their needs are met;
  • Represent RECLAIM in the community through formal and informal relationships.

Required Licensure and Experience

  • Fully licensed and credentialed: Valid LICSW, LMFT, LPCC or LP license in the state of Minnesota;
  • Possess a minimum of 2 years post-license experience with individual, family, and group counseling;
  • Approved supervisor with BBHT and other licensing bodies;
  • Intimate knowledge of how to support people around experiences of sexual orientation and gender identity as it intersects with other aspects of identity;
  • Experience and training in working from a post-modern perspective.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated 3 to 5 years Mental Health Supervisor experience
  • Demonstrated experience in supporting clients through the informed consent process for access to hormones;
  • A clear commitment to actively work for social and racial justice;
  • Experience collaborating with social service organizations to meet the needs of youth;
  • Ability to rapidly connect with adolescents and young adults;
  • Experience in providing community training and facilitation. Able to provide practitioner training in various settings (outpatient mental health, residential, corrections, school) on topics including but not limited to Allyship to LGBTQ people, Gender Identity, Intersectionality of Identities, Marginalization and Mental Health.

 

 

Applied Nonprofit Management: Internship in Resource Development

RECLAIM increases access to mental and integrative health support so that queer and trans youth may be free of oppression in all its forms. About 90% of the youth we serve identify as trans &/or gender queer and about 40% identify as people of color. We offer an excellent learning opportunity for an intern candidate interested in fundraising and community leadership in small social justice organizations.

Responsibilities: The selected candidate will work with the Development Team to assist in implementation and ongoing development of the comprehensive Development Plan. While the intern will engage many parts of the plan, the focus of this position will be on supporting day to day operations of the development department, including database administration, donor research, and publicly representing RECLAIM in the office and at community events as needed.

The intern & supervisor will decide on additional ongoing project areas based on the intern’s skills and interests. These may include:

*Cultivate relationships with local businesses, corporate affinity groups, faith communities and the broader LGBTQ community;
*Support program staff to implement client data tracking for outcomes measurement;
*Support and train volunteer RECLAIM ambassadors;
*Support the development of talking circles on race, class, gender & philanthropy;

*Other project developed in mutual interest of RECLAIM and the intern’s career aspirations.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Interest in and knowledge of resource development/ fundraising
  • Excellent time management and project follow through
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills
  • Interest in nonprofit leadership and fundraising best practices
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications and Internet research
  • Strong gender, race and economic justice analysis
  • Experience and relationships working in the LGBTQ community

Internship Details:

  • Approximately 10-12 hours per week for 12-16 weeks, 2-3 days a week. Hours generally will be M-Th between 8am-6pm, with occasional evening and weekend work
  • $500 Stipend and Academic Credit Available, renewable for two semesters
  • Located in St. Paul, MN

How to apply:

  • Please submit a cover letter, resume and writing sample with Fall 2017 Development Intern Application in the subject line to: karina@reclaim.care
  • Applications reviewed on a rolling basis for current and future semesters/years
  • Questions? Contact Karina Maravelias at 650-224-8899