CRJ Programs


Job Locations US-MA-Worcester | US-MA-Shirley


Community Resources For Justice (CRJ) is a unique, 140 year old nonprofit organization headquartered in Boston, that provides direct care as well as research/consulting services within the areas of the Mental Health and the Criminal Justice/Public Policy field. Our three divisions, Social Justice Services(SJS), Community Strategies (CS), and the Crime and Justice Institute (CJI) are all recognized for their effectiveness and contributions to this important work.


The Clinician will be working out of CRJ's regional office in Shirley, MA where our Community Strategies division is located. The CS office is conveniently located off I495 / I190 on the route 2 corridor.


CRJ offers competetive pay and excellent benefits (Flexible scheduling, 401K with match, Tuition Reimbursement/Remission, Paid Time off (Vacation/Sick), Medical, Dental, Vision, FSA/HRA, Employee Perks, and much more.)


The Clinician will develop and implement behavior plans and be part of a team that designs and coordinates staff supports to assure the wellbeing of the individuals served. This position is also responsible for providing clinical oversight of assigned individuals as indicated in DDS regulations, attending critical psychiatric appointments, attending required individual and team meetings, provide clinical assessments, provide clinical services, and provide assigned trainings for staff, individuals, and caregivers.


 Critical Functional Responsibilities: 

  • Participate as a member of clinical/administrative teams to plan, develop and implement services to individuals
  • Collaborate with families, guardians, funding sources and other stakeholders about clinical and other treatment issues
  • Train and support clinical team as assigned
  • Design and supervise the implementation of trainings to develop the clinical skills of managers, supervisors and direct care staff
  • Design and supervise the implementation of data systems to measure effects of treatment interventions
  • Provide group and individual therapy
  • Evaluate prospective clients for care in conjunction with the Clinical Director, or designee

Clinical Services Performance Indicators

  • Perform Functional Behavioral Assessments
  • Develop individual behavior management and Positive Behavior Support (PBS) plans
  • Develop procedures to teach social, interpersonal and relationship skills
  • Monitor implementation of behavior management and PBS plans
  • Provide individual and group behavior therapy
  • Maintain current approval of treatment plans by all relevant committees and agencies
  • Document treatment progress
  • Provide and interpret data to psychiatrists to facilitate decisions about psychotropic medication.


  • Masters of Social Work (LCSW, LICSW preferred)
  • Masters Degree in a related field of study, required
  • Applied Behavior Analysis, preferred
  • Completed CBT or DBT Training, preferred
  • Clinical work with people with Intellectual Disabilities, minimum one year exp. required
  • Sex Abuser treatment, preferred


CRJ provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.


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