Residential/Mobile Crisis Licensed Counselor

Posted: January 30, 2018


Woodland Centers is recruiting a Licensed Mental Health Professional (LP, LPCC, LMFT, LICSW). This position is responsible for providing crisis units clinical supervision in triaging and assessing admissions of children and adults experiencing a mental health crisis; coordinating treatment and discharge planning; assessing safety of residents; and providing professional services as necessary. Professional will also provide clinical supervision to residential and mobile crisis staff; contribute to the ongoing education of staff through consultation and participation at quarterly staff meetings; and assure proper residential on-call coverage. Professional will be available to provide immediate (8:00am-5:00pm) mobile crisis response to community settings. All documentation must be completed in a timely manner. This position will work closely with community providers, referral sources and other staff while coordinating follow-up care and services.

Woodland Centers offers excellent benefits that begin the first day of the month after you start: Medical/Dental(Low Copay/Deductibles) – Both Single and Family Flexible Spending Account Options, Short Term and Long Term Disability, Life Insurance, 10 Paid Holidays, 15 Days vacation, 9 Days sick, 3 Days Personal Leave.

Position open until filled. Submit letter of interest and resume/application with two references to Human Resources, Woodland Centers, PO Box 787, Willmar, MN 56201 (or e-mail to AA/EOE.


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