**Must be 21 years old to apply
** A minimum of 1 year experience working with children in some capacity required.
**Bilingual English/Spanish required.
The Journey of Hope Program serves unaccompanied children from Central America aiming to reunify them with family members in the United States. The Crisis Team Clinician is responsible for conducting intakes of Unaccompanied Children (UC) who typically arrive to campus between 10:30pm and 6:30am. The Clinician’s tasks shall include welcoming new UC with kindness, compassion, cultural sensitivity and respect. Clinician will be responsible for completing intakes assessments, including very sensitive victimization of risk and human trafficking assessments, and providing clinical guidance, as needed at this tender time. In addition, the Clinician will submit any necessary incident reports to state officials as well as to the Office of Refugee Resettlement within very strict deadlines and procedures. Clinician is responsible for communicating important issues or matters with case management and clinical team members to follow through with based on initial assessments. Clinician will be responsible to provide case notes of initial intakes and counseling session with UC. The Intakes-Crisis Team Clinician will also be available for crisis intervention and psychiatric emergencies and to support all UC in care during the night. During nights when there may not be intakes or UC with emergency counseling needs, the Intakes-Crisis Clinician will audit UC Master Files to ensure that all services provided to each child are properly documented in each child’s case file. Clinician utilizes team approach to the care of children and to ensure coordination of services and actively collaborate with clinical and case management team, residential staff and school staff to support UC’s participation in program.