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Do you have a passion for helping clinical therapists realize their full potential? Are you looking to join a committed and collaborative team that strives to show up and provide our best selves and best work? Bethany Children's Home is looking for a Bilingual Licensed Clinical Supervisor on its Womelsdorf campus!
Who We Are
Bethany Children's Home is a Joint Commission Accredited non-profit residential services provider in rural Berks County, just outside of Reading, PA. Bethany's mission is to provide a safe place of nurture, protection, and supportive care to aid our residents in their self-understanding, growth, and healing toward a brighter, healthier future.
Bethany is committed to actively expressing inclusiveness and welcomes all people with no boundaries of age, race, ethnicity, culture, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, economic condition, physical or mental ability, faith background, marital standing or family structure. EOE
A Day in the Life
Are you ready to jump in!? You’ll be joining some pretty awesome, dedicated and compassionate Team Members who carry out our mission on a daily basis. You'll be supervising clinicians as they work towards reunifying youth with sponsor families in the United States. Completing all supervisory responsibilities, you’ll be coaching and developing clinicians. This can include, but is not limited to, ensuring assessments are completed in a timely manner, overseeing referrals to community-based services, guiding the professional development opportunities for the team, and other responsibilities as assigned.
The Ideal Candidate
You hold a valid LPC, LCSW, or LMFT in good standing. Because the youth served by this program speak Spanish, you are able to read, write, and speak fluently in both Spanish and English languages. You are knowledgeable in delivering trauma-informed care to others (or are ready and willing to learn!). You're able to communicate effectively by balancing listening and speaking, writing clearly, and influencing others. You're able to demonstrate excellent teamwork skills by being helpful, accountable, respectful and approachable. You seek out learning opportunities and are hungry for more. You’re able to thrive in a fast-paced environment and can easily reprioritize as needs arise.