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FOCUS Site Director MCAS Beaufort, SC

Job Duties

The FOCUS (Families OverComing Under Stress) program provides resilience training to military families. The Site Director (1) manages implementation of the FOCUS model at a designated military installation, (2) functions as the lead service-delivery staff member, (3) and supervises at least one Resiliency Trainer and Administrative Assistant. The incumbent works closely with the local military base Point of Contact (POC) and FOCUS Headquarter to ensure that appropriate staff supervision, outreach, direct service delivery, local training, family tracking, and data collection is implemented in compliance with the FOCUS model.

This is a 1 year contract position, may convert to career.

Job Qualifications

Master's degree or doctoral degree in a mental health field with current clinical mental health license.

Experience with manualized family and child intervention, clinical services, treatment, and/or social skills programs

Experience in providing direct therapeutic and/or intervention services to at-risk and/or high-risk families

Experience, high comfort level, and/or good working knowledge of military culture and military family experience

Strong written, verbal, facilitation and training skills

Strong problem-solving and interpersonal skills

Willingness to learn new computer-based systems for worksite management

Demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Office applications including Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint

Demonstrated experience with strategic planning and policy/procedure development

Previous management and supervisory experience in context of direct services provision

Demonstrated experience working with community-based mental health agencies

Demonstrated experience working in a multi-site and multi-disciplinary setting

Willingness to undertake limited travel as needed

Familiarity with web-based assessment collection, tracking systems, collaborative workgroup and reporting tools, including Survey Gizmo, SalesForce, and SharePoint is highly desirable

Must have valid driver's license, auto insurance and access to an automobile.

Ability to work flexible hours. Ability to follow University Policy and Procedures.

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Summary Information

  • Job Title: FOCUS Site Director MCAS Beaufort, SC
  • UCLA Title: Specialist
  • Job Num.: H90100
  • Work Hours: 8-5, some evenings & weekends
  • Work Location: Beaufort, SC
  • Job Type: Contract
  • Duration: one year
  • Minimum Salary: $34.96 / $6083
  • Maximum Salary: $68.49 / $11917
  • Layoff Referral Deadline: 
  • Bargaining Unit: 99

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