Since 1978, the Elayne and James Schoke Jewish Family Service of Fairfield County has been all about families and community. Our mission is to sustain families and individuals through all of life’s challenges and build strong, healthy communities. An ever-changing, ever-evolving social service agency, Schoke JFS is a presence in the community that continuously responds to challenges with the highest degree of professionalism, so that those who need us the most can benefit from our services. We are constantly adding new programs and services to meet the increasing demands of today’s world. Our seasoned, caring and compassionate staff provides creative, individualized attention to all our clients.

The Director of Clinical Services is a senior management position providing overall leadership and supervision to all clinical and family life programs at Schoke Jewish Family Service. This position is responsible for assisting in the development of and implementation of new clinical, Jewish family life, and wellness programming to serve a wide range of mission directed community needs. S/He will expand our outreach in the community, identify needs, and explore gaps in the services we provide. The Director provides individual, group, family and adjunctive therapies. Performs all necessary administrative, financial and clinical services as directed including reporting, community outreach and client intake/triage and protocol. The Director supervises all agency clinical staff, either directly or through subordinates and reports to the Chief Program Officer.

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