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Journey of Hope Program: Bilingual Clinician
Reports to: Manager of Clinical Services
Hours: Full-time, exempt position with flexibility.
HFI Mission Duties:
Holy Family Institute (HFI) is a 120-year-old Catholic organization with an impeccable history of
serving children and families in the Pittsburgh Region. We are one of Pittsburgh’s largest social
service organizations operating 15 programs in three counties. We are an independent
organization guided by Catholic Social Teachings and serving people of all faiths and
Please Note: Candidates will be required to show proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID19 upon commencing employment. Reasonable accommodations will be considered on a caseby-case basis for exemptions to this requirement in accordance with applicable law. Applicants
should be aware that for client-facing roles, particularly those involving close contact with
vulnerable individuals, accommodations that involve remaining unvaccinated against COVID-19
may not be deemed reasonable. The Company will engage in the interactive process on an
individualized basis in light of each particular role.
COMMITMENT TO SOCIAL JUSTICE
Holy Family Institute and its affiliated organizations are committed to an environment that
respects and values every human being and individual differences. We will invest time and
resources to create an inclusive environment for all of our stakeholders. This means we will
respect diversity that includes race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, education,
disability, language, and sexual orientation. We also believe that we should be “Faithful
Listeners” and embrace diversity of ideas, perspectives, and values. We believe in providing
access, opportunity, fair treatment, and advancement for all people. Believing that “God is
Found in Everyday Activities” we will do our best to eliminate barriers that prevent full
participation in our programs and services. We believe “Loving Relationships” means that all
are welcome, all are neighbors, and there are no exceptions. With this belief we aim to create
an environment in which any individual or group can feel welcomed, respected, supportive, and
Holy Family Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Responsibilities: The Clinician shall conduct mental health assessments for all UC (Unaccompanied
Children) in care, as well as provide ongoing individual, group, and crisis intervention and be available
for on-call rotation and psychiatric emergencies. In conjunction with referring agency, Clinician
establishes goals regarding preparation for family reunification and behavior management. Coordinates
and schedules the development of the Individual Service Plans. Clinician utilizes team approach to the
care of children and to ensure coordination of services and actively collaborate with residential staff and
school staff to collect information regarding resident’s participation in program. The ratio of UC to
clinicians shall not be greater than 12:1. ORR (Office of Refugee and Resettlement) will have final
approval of any candidate that is hired for this position.
Requirements: Clinicians shall have a bachelor’s degree in in psychology, sociology or other relevant
behavior science in which clinical experience is a program requirement and must also have 5 years
clinical employment experience, OR a master’s degree in social work, psychology, sociology or other
relevant behavior science in which clinical experience is a program requirement. Candidate who have
LSW, LCSW, LMFT, or LPC are strongly preferred.
It is preferred that candidates with master’s also have 2 years of postgraduate direct service delivery
experience. All candidates must be Licensed or eligible for licensure. Must obtain Act 33, 34 and FBI
Clearances. Fluency in both English and Spanish (read, write and speak) preferred but not required.