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Clinical Director

Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico

Albuquerque, New Mexico 87112
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Job Details

The Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico  (RCCCNM) is seeking to fill the Clinical Director position. Employee benefits include full premium of health, dental, and vision covered by RCCCNM and up to 5 weeks accrued paid-time off.

Salary: $60,000

Program Oversight

  • Oversee and perform majority of administrative tasks associated with clinical services, staff caseloads, client scheduling, coordination of services, and programming and documentation issues.

  • Oversee and supervise individual, family, couples, and group therapy components of service.

  • Prepare monthly, quarterly, and other reports for funders.

  • Oversee quality assurance with regard to documentation and maintenance of client files, and other record-keeping requirements.

  • Maintain ethical and quality clinical care per professional standards.

  • Assure confidentiality of all client information.

  • Develop and implement policies and procedures as needed to improve counseling services program.

  • Complete performance evaluations for staff counselors/therapists and clinical administrative assistant.

  • Coordinate program needs with agency funding activity; participate in funding application activities including grant preparation; coordinate and meet compliance with funder requirements including reports and audits.

  • Participate in funder-required meetings and community coalitions as needed.

  • Assist in developing budget through preparation of budget for Counseling Services Program.

Supervision and Training

  • Provide individual and group supervision to RCCCNM staff clinicians.
  • Identify clinical staff training needs; develop training opportunities and coordinate out-of-agency training for clinical staff.
  • Coordinate graduate student internship as needed.
  • Provide presentations and training in the community and within the agency; assist with RCCCNM volunteer training.
  • Maintain licensing and training per agency and professional standards.



  • Carry manageable client caseload; may include conducting assessments, treatment planning, case management, and group or individual therapy.

  • Participate in crisis intervention activities.

  • Inform Executive Director of developments and trends in the mental health field that may have a bearing on agency programs, clients, staff, or the mental health profession.



    • Masters or Doctorate degree in Psychology, Counseling, Art Therapy or Social Work.

    • New Mexico Independent licensure in Counseling (LPCC), Art Therapy (LPAT), Social Work (LISW, LCSW), or related discipline.
    • Minimum 5 years’ experience in a mental health related field that includes providing clinical supervision, assessment/diagnosis, treatment planning, and individual and group counseling.
    • At least two years of agency administrative experience.

    • Clinical experience with sexual trauma survivors preferred.

    • Commitment to continuing professional development.

    • Attention to detail and accuracy.

    • Ability to work with a diverse team among individuals who may have differing philosophies.

    • Utmost integrity, personal boundaries, accountability and professionalism.

    • Must pass a pre-employment criminal background check.

    • Applicants must complete the RCCCNM 40-hour Advocate Training. 
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