Comprehensive Assessor

Date Posted: 11/8/2022

EMPLOYMENT STATUS: Full-Time (FT), Part-Time (PT), OR On-Call (O/C)

POSITION SUMMARY:   Bridgeway Center, Inc. (BCI) is seeking applicants that love working with children and families. Join a dynamic and innovative team who are passionate about the safety of children and family restoration. A career with BCI as a Comprehensive Assessor is rewarding and fulfilling because you make a difference in the lives of the families served. Services are provided in the community to families referred by the Department of Children and Families (DCF).

The purpose of the Comprehensive Assessor is to provide quality service delivered with dignity and respect for the client and community. You will be required to work independently in the community and with a variety of community agencies.

An evidenced-based service model with proven results is used by the program. New associates received training, mentoring, and coaching throughout the onboarding process.

We invite you to further explore this amazing opportunity by submitting your application today. 

BENEFITS OFFERED: Only offered to Full-Time (FT) Eligible Associates

BCI offers competitive salary and benefits. Some of the benefits include:

  • Eleven (11) Paid Holidays
  • 17 days per year of PTO
  • 403(b) Retirement Plan with Employer Match
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Health Care / Dependent Care Reimbursement Program  
  • Employer Paid $15,000.00 Life Insurance
  • Teladoc
  • Florida Blue Group Health Insurance
  • Vision / Dental Insurance

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:    Licensed Mental Health Counselor or Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a minimum of two years of direct, full-time experience working with children and families who are victims of physical abuse, sexual abuse, or neglect; emotionally disturbed; or delinquent or Master’s level in field of counseling, psychology or special education with five (5) years of Full-Time (FT) experience working directly with children and families who are victims of physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect; or delinquent as well as two (2) years of working with foster parents and thirty (30) hours of documented training relevant to child and family treatment issues. Applicant must be eligible for a Medicaid Provider Number. Must have a valid FL driver’s license with no major violations, be able to pass an Agency for Healthcare Administration (AHCA) Medicaid and Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) Level II background screening, be able to pass a Tuberculosis (TB) test and be able to pass a drug screen. 

POSITION SUMMARY:   A comprehensive behavioral health assessment is an in-depth and detailed assessment of the recipient’s emotional, social, behavioral, and developmental functioning. For those settings in which the recipient routinely participates, a comprehensive behavioral health assessment must include direct observation of the recipient in the following settings: Home, School or childcare, Worksite, and Community.  The recipient must be under the age of twenty-one (21) years and meet all of the following criteria: be a victim of abuse or neglect and have been determined by the Department of Children and Families (DCF) or their designee to require out-of-home care or be placed in shelter status OR have committed acts of juvenile delinquency, be suffering from an emotional disturbance or a serious emotional disturbance, be at risk for placement in a residential setting. The comprehensive behavioral health assessment must be written in narrative form and provide specific detailed information as determined by Medicaid.


WAGE:   The wage for this position is $22.36 per hour.



***Applicant must meet the minimum requirements to be considered for this position. NO EXCEPTIONS.***
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