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Clinical Manager - Noa Girls

  • Location: NW London
  • Sector: Community

Noa Girls is a charity supporting adolescent girls in the Orthodox Jewish Community. We are seeking dedicated people to join our team. Ongoing training and development are provided and willingness to learn and develop new skills within a flexible working environment is required.  


We are looking for a Clinical Manager to join our busy and friendly team. You will be conducting intakes and assessing clients as well as supervising and managing Keyworkers. You will also be building relationships with other agencies as well as supporting the development of internal programs.

 

• Minimum qualifications: Masters in the psychology/counselling/social work fields

• Full or part time - minimum of 20 hours per week, including some evening or Sunday hours

• Start date: April 2021


Key Responsibilities


Intake/Assessment of New Clients

Initial assessment of new clients

Liase with key workers on care plans and goal setting for new clients

Sign post girls we cannot help to other organisations


Ongoing Relationship with Clients 

Develop positive and caring relationships with clients

Regular meetings with clients to assess progress

Regular reviews of care plans for existing clients.

Monitor all programs created for each client 

Help to find volunteer mentors for clients where applicable

Ensure communication between key workers and Mentors


Manage/Supervise Key Workers

Weekly case meeting with key workers to discuss clients

Ensure adequate clinical supervision takes place 

Support and encourage the ethos and level of Orthodoxy at Noa


Relationships with other agencies

Build positive relationships with the outside community and other agencies

Attend relevant networking meetings

Liase with organisations involved in your clients care plans e.g.school, CAMHS

Access therapy and funding for therapy for your clients through various statutory and voluntary organisations eg JWA, Norwood


Monitoring and Evaluation 

Monitor the keeping of up to date records and client files  

Helping to develop and implement the new monitoring and evaluation system.


Parental Support 

Ensure communication with parents where appropriate

Regular contact/meeting with parents where appropriate 

Access support for parents through statutory or voluntary services 


Noa Programs 

To support the development of programs and services offered at Noa e.g. Noa business projects, drop in, Noa Gym, Therapeutic cooking program  


Personal Development 

Attend monthly clinical supervision 

Help to organise and attend training programs run by Noa


If you are interested in this role please contact yael@theworkavenue.org.uk