The Child Abuse Prevention Center is seeking a part-time 20 hours Clinician Supervisor for their WELL program.The primary role of the Clinician Supervisor is to provide clinical guidance to staff/interns about mental health diagnosis, treatment, follow up, services and resources. A Clinician Supervisor reports directly to the O&E Program Director.
- Maintain assigned duties to fulfill all requirements and meet all contractual obligations set by funder and management.
- Manage ongoing clinical needs and development activities for assigned consultations, and progress notes from Mental Health Educators/Mental Health Professionals/interns.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Program Administration
- Facilitate case reviews in individual supervision, staff training and staff meetings
- Ongoing program development around evaluation, training and services
- Assist in the development of training opportunities and new projects
- Directly responsible for the supervision of assigned program clinical interns/Mental Health Professionals and Mental Health Educators
- Conduct individual supervision sessions in person with each assigned staff member on a weekly basis
- Review client files and monitor paperwork for timeliness and accuracy, as well as adherence to HCA requirements on number of sessions provided and discharges completed in time
- Responsible for interns management, including hiring and termination under the supervision of the Program Director
- Complete employee evaluations and conduct annual performance reviews
- Review and supervise the filing of child abuse/elder abuse/dependent reports and special incident reports
- Coordinate strategically to ensure that program staff are performing at or above expectations
- Recruit, train and oversee MSW and AMFT interns from local universities under the direction of the Program Director
- Comply with data entry requirements and deadlines as well as supervision and approval of notes, assessments, and discharges in Exym
- Liaison with community agencies, universities and other collateral professionals as needed with Program Director
- Represent agency in community relations events as needed with Program Director
- Crisis counseling and conflict resolution with staff/interns or clients as needed
- Provision of resources and referrals
- Provide periodic case review for quality assurance and auditing purposes
- Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or Marriage and Family Therapy.
- California-licensed for a minimum of two yearswith the Board of Behavioral Sciences (LMFT, LCSW, Psychologist). All requirements for continued licensure, and ongoing clinical supervision of AMFTs and MSWs, must be maintained at all times throughout employment. Further, any actions made against license and/or any failure of the employee to maintain licensing/supervision requirements must be brought to the Program Director’s and Human Resources Manager’s attention immediately.
- Minimum of two yearsof supervisory experience with completed supervisory courses approved by BBS.
- Strong experience establishing and achieving goals.
- Results oriented.
- Strong team leadership skills.
- Flexibility in schedule to accommodate crisis calls from staff for guidance and not concurrently work a full time other position due to county contract requirements.