OPBH Clinician II-Partial Hospitalization

  • MaineHealth
  • Brunswick, ME 04011, USA
  • Sep 25, 2021

Job Description


  • Position Summary
    • The Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinician II is responsible for evaluation, assessment, and providing treatment for persons who present with substance use-related issues, and/or mental health problems.  Services can be provided to family members or concerned persons affected by someone’s substance misuse. Duties include providing evaluation and treatment recommendations; referring to appropriate services; and providing education and counseling to clients, family members, and affected others.  Evaluation and treatment occur within programs of the Outpatient Behavioral Health Department.  Clinician II Status designates a staff member with Bachelors or Masters level training, conditional licensure (LMSW-cc, LCPC-cc, LADC), who acts with a moderate degree of independence and requires supervision and signing off on all clinical paperwork.  Group facilitation is an essential part of position responsibilities.
  • Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)
    • Education: Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Addictions Treatment, or related field.
    • License/Certifications: Conditional Licensure in Social Work or Counseling (LMSW-cc, LCPC-cc)
    • Experience:  One to Two (1-2) years’ previous experience in counseling adolescents and adults dealing with substance use-related and mental health issues. Two (2) years of prior sobriety if in recovery at time of hire.