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Alpha Human Services has an immediate full time salaried opening for a mental health professional who can provide program assessment interviews and group therapy as well as to perform other clinical and office duties. Alpha is an established outpatient program providing therapy for adults who have sexually offended and is located in the vibrant Uptown area of South Minneapolis. Applicants must be licensed (LP, LPCC, LMFT, or LICSW) to be considered, possess professional report writing skills, and be able to work well with referral parties.
Alpha offers benefits including health and dental insurance. Alpha pays 100% of the health insurance premium for the employee. Employees who are currently covered by a qualifying health insurance plan can elect to receive additional salary as an alternative to enrolling in the health insurance plan. Employees receive generous sick, vacation, and holiday paid time off. Alpha will match up to 5% of salary for those participating in the company 401(k) plan.
Interested parties should send resumes or direct inquiries to:
Douglas Williams MS, LP
Outpatient Program Clinical Director
Salary Full Time – $50,000 – $65,000 annually
In addition to a competitive salary, Steps For Change offers excellent employee benefits
*Must be licensed, or in the process of licensure, as either a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW), Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC), Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), or Licensed Psychologist (LP)
Steps For Change (SFC), LLC, is seeking one Full Time Clinical Therapist with experience providing therapeutic and case management services to adolescents with sexual offending behavior. SFC offices are in Edina and Brooklyn Center. SFC is a community-based program specializing in the assessment and treatment of 11 to 21 year-old youth who have engaged in sexually harmful behaviors. The position is responsible for the needs assessment of youth in the program, development of treatment plans, facilitation of therapeutic intervention, monitoring of progress, reporting of progress to referral agencies and the court as well as working collaboration with their juvenile probation officers and human health services department (HHS) caseworkers. Other tasks include, individual, family, and group facilitation.
The primary duties and responsibilities of this position include:
Best qualified candidates must be at least 21 years of age and have:
SFC is proud to offer a competitive benefits package including:
According to SFC policy, prospective candidates are required to undergo a Department of Human Services Background Study (MS 245C.13) and background check conducted by SFC. Convictions for certain crimes will have an effect on your ability to be hired according to the disqualification schedule listed in Minnesota Statute 245C.15. Individuals convicted for any level of Criminal Sexual Conduct are disqualified from being hired into any position within the SFC under the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA). Other past involvement with the criminal court system will not automatically disqualify you from working at the SFC; individual circumstances are reviewed and evaluated confidentially. If you do not know your exact conviction information, you can refer to your sentencing order or contact the county where you were convicted.
Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Policy
It is the policy of Steps For Change to continue to provide equal employment opportunity to all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other protected characteristic. Pursuant to Executive Order 11246 Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act, and the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act, the Company has developed Affirmative Action Programs to assist with the recruitment and advancement of individuals covered by these laws.
Steps For Change is committed to recruiting, hiring, training, and promoting persons in all job titles, as well as ensuring that all other personnel actions are administered, without regard to the protected characteristics outlined above. All employment decisions will be based on valid job requirements or other legitimate, non-discriminatory reasons. Our employees and applicants will not be subjected to harassment, intimidation, threats, coercion, or discrimination because they have engaged in or may engage in activities such as: (1) filing a complaint; (2) assisting or participating in an investigation, compliance evaluation, hearing, or any other related activities associated with the administration of the affirmative action provisions of the laws set forth above, or any other Federal, state, or local law requiring equal opportunity; (3) opposing any act or practice made unlawful by the laws set forth above or their implementing regulations, or any other Federal, state, or local law requiring equal opportunity; or (4) exercising any other right protected by the laws set forth above or their implementing regulations.
According to SFC policy, prospective candidates are required to undergo a Department of Human Services Background Study and background check conducted by SFC.
To apply, please send cover letter and resume to the Program Administrator, Tracy Mitchell at email@example.com.
Applications will be evaluated on an on-going basis and invitations to interview will be based upon an assessment of education and experience. Job offer will be contingent on passing a drug test, criminal background check including fingerprinting, and driver’s license check prior to employment.
$31.70 – $47.14 hourly; $66,190 – $98,428 annually + comprehensive benefits
Join a team with a national reputation for excellence! The Minnesota Department of Corrections (DOC) is highly regarded nationwide and has provided a model for other corrections systems to follow. Our mission is to transform lives for a safer Minnesota by achieving justice through promotion of racial equity, restoration from harm, and community connectedness. We offer great benefits, competitive pay, internal promotional opportunities, free parking, generous leave time, and workout facilities at most locations.
How to Apply:
The DOC is seeking to fill two full-time, permanent positions at Minnesota Correctional Facility – Lino Lakes.
To view the complete job announcement and to apply, please visit: www.mn.gov/careers and search for Job ID
The application deadline is September 28, 2020.
These positions operate as a member of a multidisciplinary team. Job duties include behavioral health evaluations, assessments and services, medication and symptom management, and the implementation and monitoring of treatment plans. Additional responsibilities may include developing and facilitating psycho-educational and therapy groups. These positions also serves as a resource of clinical and corrections expertise to other clinical and non-clinical staff. These positions have direct contact with offenders.
The State of Minnesota offers a comprehensive benefits package including low cost medical and dental insurance, employer paid life insurance, short and long term disability, pre-tax flexible spending accounts, retirement plan, tax-deferred compensation, generous vacation and sick leave, and 11 paid holidays each year. For an overview of the benefits provided to state employees, visit https://mn.gov/doc/employment-opportunities/benefits/.
Please contact Jamie Bernhardt at Jamie.Bernhardt@state.mn.us or 651-361-7623 with any questions.
The Special Review Board hears and makes recommendations on matters affecting the liberty of persons civilly committed as Mentally Ill and Dangerous, a Sexual Psychopathic Personality, and/or Sexually Dangerous Person. Specifically, the Board hears petitions for a reduction in custody filed by or on behalf of these civilly committed persons as well as appeals of provisional discharge revocations and objections to pass plan eligibility.
There are 24 members on the Special Review Board, and each matter is heard by a three-person panel of Board members. Each panel must include a licensed attorney and a licensed psychiatrist or licensed doctoral level psychologist with forensic experience, both of whom must also be experienced in the field of mental illness. The third member of each panel is a community member who is experienced in the field of mental illness.
Special Review Board members must use technology (e.g. email, internet-based secure file transfer services, etc.) during the course of their Board-related work. Board members must also attend initial training sessions and ongoing training (typically twice per year). Attorney Board members must have excellent writing skills as they are responsible for preparing written Findings of Fact and Recommendations.
Preferred qualifications for all Special Review Board members include professional experience related to sexual abuse or disorders, and experience with the Minnesota Commitment and Treatment Act (Minnesota Statutes Chapter 253B) and/or the Minnesota Commitment and Treatment Act: Sexually Dangerous Persons and Sexual Psychopathic Personalities (Minnesota Statutes Chapter 253D).
Special Review Board members may not be currently affiliated with the Department of Human Services.
Entity Powers and Duties, Activity Summary
The Special Review Board is established by Minnesota Statutes 253B.18, subdivision 4c. Members are appointed by the Commissioner of Human Services.
Prior to each Special Review Board hearing, the panel members receive and review written materials (e.g. petition, reports, treatment records, etc.). During each hearing, which typically lasts approximately 30 minutes, panel members hear presentations by various individuals (e.g. treatment providers, forensic psychologists or psychiatrists, attorneys, the committed person, and/or the committed person’s family/friends) and ask questions of the presenters. Following each hearing, the panel members privately deliberate and decide the panel’s recommendation.
Following the hearing, the panel’s attorney member drafts written Findings of Fact and Recommendation for the consideration of the Commissioner of Human Services (for matters pertaining to persons civilly committed as Mentally Ill and Dangerous) or the Judicial Appeal Panel (for matters pertaining to persons civilly committed as Sexually Dangerous Persons or Sexual Psychopathic Personalities).
Special Review Board hearings are held in blocks of three to five hearings, which are scheduled over the course of a morning or afternoon multiple times per week. The number of hearings heard by each Special Review Board member varies according to the members’ schedules and the number of scheduled hearings.
Per Diem $335.00; Mileage
Applicants can apply at:
Contact Erika Weymann for additional questions. Phone- 651-431-2531 or Email- firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications will be reviewed starting in March and applicants will receive an answer no later than end of June.
Emergence Behavioral Health (EBH), is seeking a Therapist with experience providing therapeutic and case management services to individuals with sexual offending behavior. EBH offices are located in White Bear Lake, Elk River and Minneapolis. This position is expected to work out of the Minneapolis and White Bear Lake office.
EBH is a community-based agency operating a program specializing in the assessment and treatment of adults and adolescents who have engaged in sexually harmful behaviors.
Please submit a resume and cover letter to apply by email to ronda at emergencebh.com.
$55,647 – $80,154 Annually
The Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation is seeking an individual who is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, or Licensed Psychologist to be a Senior Social Worker working with adolescents who have committed a sexual offense for the Hennepin County Home School. Ideal candidates will have experience providing sex offense specific training with their population of youth. Under limited work supervision, this applicant will perform work involving provision of intensive social work services on cases involving complex social problems and social treatment plans.
Location and hours:
This position is located at the Hennepin County Home School, 14300 County Road 62, Minnetonka, MN 55345. There is no public transportation to this location. Work hours will be Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
In this position, you will:
Nice to have:
One of the following:
For more information and to apply click here. The posting will remain open until filled.
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Commitment Appeal Panel (CAP) Roster of Examiners
$100/hour plus $50/hour travel time plus mileage
The Minnesota Commitment Appeal Panel (CAP) is seeking additional forensic examiners for its roster of court appointed examiners.
How to Apply:
Send an email of interest and curriculum vitae (CV) to email@example.com.
Examiners are appointed to conduct independent forensic examinations of individuals civilly committed as Mentally Ill and Dangerous (MI&D), Sexually Dangerous Persons (SDP), or Sexual Psychopathic Personalities (SPP). Following the examination and records review, including any additional collateral contacts, the examiner files a written report as to the examiner’s professional opinion whether the committed person meets the statutory criteria for a reduction in custody pursuant to Minnesota Statutes sections 253B or 253D.
Examiners are often called to testify concerning their opinion. Examiners are required to attend CAP hearings, whether or not they are called to testify. Hearings generally take place on Fridays, as a half-day or full-day hearing, before one of three panels in St. Paul, Stillwater, or West St. Paul. Currently examinations and hearings are conducted by remote appearances (Zoom or ITV).
Examiners may expect approximately 12 appointments per year.
Contact: Please contact Jennifer Dailey at jennifer,firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Nationally recognized community-based inpatient sex offender treatment program for adult men has a full-time Case Supervisor position available. MA, Ph.D. or the equivalent required. License preferred. Experience in therapeutic milieu and group therapy helpful. Therapy staff work as a team Case supervisors have a caseload and are responsible for group and individual therapy, progress reviews, staffings with court representatives, assessments, and court-related correspondence.
Superior benefits including health and dental insurance. Alpha pays 100% of the health insurance premium for the employee, there is no deductible, reasonable office and prescription copays, and only a 10% coinsurance with a $2500 maximum out of pocket before there are no copays or coinsurance. Employees who are currently covered by a qualifying health insurance plan can elect to receive additional salary as an alternative to enrolling in our health insurance plan. Currently, the amount of the additional income is $755 per month which is paid on the last payday of each month. Generous sick, vacation, and holiday paid time off. Alpha will match up to 5% of salary for those participating in the company 401(k) plan.
Douglas Williams MS, LP
Outpatient Program Clinical Director
Alpha Human Services is seeking part-time therapists to facilitate therapy groups for adult sexual offenders in their outpatient program. One existing group meets once a week in the evening while another meets on Saturday mornings. Both groups are 2 hours in duration. The position involves providing group therapy as well as individual or couple therapy for the participants.
Applicants must be licensed mental health professionals and eligible for insurance reimbursement. Interested parties should send resumes or questions to Doug Williams at DougW@alphaservices.org.
Work hours will be 7:45 am – 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.
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The Treatment Provider independently carries out direct service activities, consultation, training, research, and other functions as assigned. Direct services include the assessment/evaluation and treatment of patients within the assigned treatment program areas. These positions also provide direction, guidance and clinical supervision to staff at the Entry and/or Intermediate levels.
These positions independently provide input on Treatment Progress Reports (TPRs) and may provide testimony on a patient’s progress in treatment. These positions develop Treatment Plans and exercise significant latitude in judgment and decision-making based on the specialized knowledge and skills required to perform assigned duties and responsibilities. These positions are recognized by the institution staff as the expert in the specialized area of sex offender treatment.
The Treatment Provider serves as the primary provider of treatment and assessment services to assigned patients, assumes a clinical leadership role as a member of the multidisciplinary team, and consults with other staff regarding treatment planning and implementation. The Treatment Provider collaborates with unit and other staff to integrate treatment in daily living. The Treatment Provider also provides training for staff in relevant topic areas and, as requested, conducts research activities. The Treatment Provider may assume other clinical duties and tasks as assigned by the Treatment Supervisor.
Due to the nature of these positions, all applicants will be required to allow DHS to conduct a background check to determine whether the circumstances of any convictions may be related to the job being filled.
All appointees will be required to receive a TB test, which will be administered by SRSTC or medical personnel approved by the facility prior to their start date.
This recruitment may be used to fill future vacancies within the next 6 months.
Minimally qualified candidates will have:
(Eligible for licensure is defined as: Currently licensed in another state and is in the process of applying for a license in Wisconsin or applicants must have already completed the required education, completed post graduate supervised practice, and is in the process of applying for the license. Visit the Department of Safety and Professional Services for more information on licensure requirements.)
In addition, well-qualified candidates will have:
Click on the Preview Assessment link near the top of this announcement to view the qualifications that will be evaluated in the initial part of the selection process.
After you have previewed the assessment, interested applicants who would like to apply for this position will apply on-line via Wisc.Jobs. Click “Log In” to access your existing account or to create a new account if you do not already have an account in the system. After you have logged in, click “Apply Now.” You will be asked to provide your personal information. Attach your current resume and letter of qualifications(in a Word or PDF compatible format). To be considered for this position applicants must complete the online process. Failure to submit all required materials will result in an incomplete application and ineligibility for this position. Application materials will not be accepted if received in an incompatible format, an email, as a hard copy or a fax.
Applicants deemed eligible may be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process. If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact the HR Specialist on this announcement.
Permanent classified state employees who are eligible for consideration (transfer, voluntary demotion, or former employees as a reinstatement) must complete the online application process to apply.
Please note: Important communication regarding this recruitment will be sent via email.
DHS is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer seeking a diverse and talented workforce. Veterans are encouraged to apply. For complete information on veterans’ hiring programs that may benefit you, please visit the Employment Assistance page on the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs’ website.
$30.93 – $45.99 hourly; $64,582 – $96,027 annually + comprehensive benefits
The Minnesota Correctional Facility – Lino Lakes is seeking to fill two permanent full-time positions. The Sex Offender Treatment Program is a nationally recognized program with demonstrated effectiveness in reducing risk for reoffending through treatment for chemical dependency and sexual offending. Be part of a mission-driven integrated 270 bed treatment program that addresses sexual offending, substance abuse/dependency and mental health issues with an evidence-informed approach!
How to Apply:
To view the complete job announcement and to apply, please visit: www.mn.gov/careers and search for Job ID 35290. The application deadline is March 13, 2020.
This position operates as a member of a multidisciplinary team. Job duties include psychosexual evaluations, mental health assessments and services, medication and symptom management, and the implementation and monitoring of treatment plans. Additional responsibilities may include developing and facilitating psycho-educational and therapy groups. This position also serves as a resource of clinical and corrections expertise to other clinical and non-clinical staff. This position has direct contact with offenders. Days of Work: Monday-Friday, 7:45 am-4:15 pm.
The State of Minnesota offers a comprehensive benefits package including low cost medical and dental insurance, employer paid life insurance, short and long term disability, pre-tax flexible spending accounts, retirement plan, tax-deferred compensation, generous vacation and sick leave, and 11 paid holidays each year. For an overview of the benefits provided to state employees, visit mn.gov.
Please contact Jamie Bernhardt at Jamie.Bernhardt@state.mn.us or 651-361-7623 with any questions.
NewPath Mental Health Services (formerly known as Christian Recovery Counseling) is a Rule 29 nonprofit community mental health clinic. While our agency specializes in treating issues of trauma, neglect and abuse, we also provide generalist mental health services for a variety of presenting concerns including, but not limited to, mood disorders, personality disorders, and relationship concerns. Additionally, we have a robust and effective intensive outpatient program treating men who have engaged in sexual offenses or harmful sexual behaviors (the Restoration Project- RP). We are seeking a full-time licensed therapist to work within our RP program and also to see non-RP clients at our Golden Valley office.
Ideal candidates will have experience working with clients with sexual offenses, running therapy groups, and/or with clients involved in the legal system. NewPath Mental Health Services is an agency that embraces our clients’ spiritual or faith backgrounds, and, if clients choose to do so, we honor their desire to bring this element of their experiences into therapy.
We are seeking an additional experienced mental health professional to join our team of therapists working full time in our Golden Valley office. The therapist who accepts this position will be expected to have approximately 25-30 available client hours per week and to work at least one evening (until 8am), or weekend day, per week. In this role you will build and maintain a caseload while designing and implementing treatment/interventions reflective of identified client needs. Other duties include: quarterly meetings with clients within the RP program and their probation officers, maintaining organized electronic out-patient records in accordance with treatment policy requirements; attending and participating in clinical staff case consultation meetings; and following NewPath’s policies and procedures.
Ideal candidate is:
Bi-monthly case consultation meetings with multidisciplinary staff.
NewPath is located in Golden Valley, MN. Please visit our website at https://www.newpathmhs.com/ to learn more about NewPath.
Please send cover letter discussing your clinical interests and experience and how these are a match for NewPath and vita to Clinical Director Julia Kidwell, PhD., LP at email@example.com.