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Public Health Management Corporation
May 24, 2024
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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PHMC is proud to be a leader in public health. PHMC requires all employees to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 before the first day of employment. We will offer the vaccination at no cost via our Health Centers.


Joseph J. Peters Institute is seeking an individual licensed as an LCSW, LPC, LMFT, or psychologist to serve as a clinician and leader of JJPI’s school-based outpatient satellite clinic at Laura H. Carnell School, in other community-based settings, and at JJPI’s survivor services clinic. This employee will work closely with Oxford Circle Christian Community Development Association’s (OCCCDA) Carnell Family Resource Center staff as well as school personnel and will also be responsible for providing outreach and education to community members regarding trauma and its impact on children.


  • Maintain the highest quality clinical services to all participants of JJPI’s Survivor Services program and the School-Based Outpatient Clinic at Carnell.
  • Provide supervision for masters-level interns and for unlicensed clinicians as needed.
  • Serve as leader and administrator of JJPI’s outpatient satellite clinic at Carnell School. Take responsibility and oversee licensing-related issues, create and maintain client records, and oversee data collection.
  • Conduct evaluations of participants screening positive for a history of trauma.
  • Interview participants and other parties involved in each participant’s care.
  • Administer psychometric measures and interpret results.
  • Provide consultation and individual therapy with participants who meet the criteria for treatment using Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and other treatment modalities.
  • Participate in training community members and support staff at the clinic regarding the effects of trauma and trauma treatment.
  • Participate in case management activities that support participants’ paths toward healing and recovery as needed.
  • Attend clinical meetings and scheduled supervisions.
  • Develop and maintain professional relationships with other community agencies and organizations.
  • Bill 26 hours per week on average. Maintain a sufficient caseload of active participants at the Carnell community-based clinic and at JJPI’s Survivor Services location to meet this billing requirement.
  • Make initial contact with participants within one week of assignment.
  • Maintain clinical records and complete paperwork in accordance with agency and grant requirements according to the following guidelines:
    • Complete an initial treatment plan within the first two visits of participant contact.
    • Complete updated treatment plans at the time of assessment and at least every 180 days.
    • Complete clinical progress notes within two days of each session with the participant.
    • Complete case management progress notes within five days of activity.
    • Follow up appropriately with participants who have missed a session and continue appropriate outreach.
    • Complete a discharge summary within 48 hours of the termination date.
    • Complete and submit utilization reports (case management and clinical hours) at the end of each week.
    • Maintain compliance with guidelines and requirements of various funders.
  • Work effectively with other staff and contribute to the development of a team approach to treatment.
  • Complete grant-related documentation as required, including the collection and submission of data and narrative descriptions of services provided as well as a summary of outcome measures.
  • Understand and communicate with other programs within JJPI and PHMC and work to foster a collaborative team approach across all programs.
  • Promote the agency in interactions with other agencies and professionals.
  • Work closely with community members, OCCCDA staff, and school personnel to understand and provide feedback on the implementation of services, including providing support for the implementation of a Social Emotional Learning curriculum.
  • Understand the impact of the caseload requirements on the financial performance of the agency.
  • Understand the payment source of each client.
  • Complete all forms required for submission of bills for services in a timely manner.
  • Work with other staff to develop new treatment programs to promote the financial performance of the agency.
  • Promote the agency in interactions with other agencies and professionals.
  • Participate in market planning for the agency as required.


  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to meet timelines
  • Ability to communicate in writing and orally
  • Good analytical and troubleshooting skills
  • Ability to work independently
  • Ability to work closely and effectively with individuals from other organizations
  • Preferred: Bilingual in Spanish/English and/or other languages


  • 2-3 years of clinical experience with populations served
  • Must hold one of the following independent practice licenses in Pennsylvania:
    • Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
    • Professional Counselor (LPC)
    • Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)
    • Psychologist
  • Training in and experience providing Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

EDUCATION REQUIREMENT: Master’s degree from an accredited program in a field related to clinical work


PHMC is an Equal Opportunity and E-Verify Employer.

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