Clinical Supervisor - Co-Occurring Enhanced Residential Program
The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for clinical oversight of the Co-Occurring Enhanced Program. The Clinical Supervisor reports directly to the Program Director and has direct supervision of Case Management and Clinical Staff. It is the mission of the Clinical Supervisor to ensure that all staff and residents have clinical support and that program is practicing up to date and relevant clinical treatment.
Essential Job Functions:
- Coordination of assigned program components
- May assist in operation of program in absence of other administrative staff
- Participates in weekly clinical team meetings, develop and assess individualized treatment plans for residents with attention to clinical assessment, resident’s use of treatment, length and intensity of treatment and insight from other residential staff.
- Responsible for direct clinical supervision of Licensed and or License Track Clinicians and Case Management Staff.
- Develop clinical leadership role in team and staff meetings.
- Support the Recovery Specialist Supervisor and Direct Care Staff.
- Sign off on Individualized Treatment Plans and other clinical responsibilities.
- Assist, manage and help maintain up to date and current records, documentation and files.
- Assists with interviews of potential residents
- Have clinical oversight of program policies and procedures
- Provide clinical intakes, individual and group psychotherapy and strong therapeutic rapport with residents
- Help facilitate recovery support groups
- Help to promote a trauma informed and recovery centered environment that enables program participants to feel safe while residing in the program
- Demonstrates utilization of ongoing training on various evidence-based practices such as Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and person-centered philosophies.
- Work with Program Director to develop a program curriculum and schedule
- Meets weekly for administrative supervision with Program Director
The description above represents the most significant duties of this position but do not exclude other occasional work assignments not mentioned, the inclusion of which would be similar to those outlined.
- Licensed in one of the following disciplines: LICSW, LMHC, LMFT or LADC I.
- Experience of clinical practice and supervisory responsibilities of SUD and Mental Health Staff
- Possess skills in organization and leadership
- Possess experience in substance abuse and mental health services; Co-Occurring focused/experience preferred.
- Excellent oral & presentation skills
- Leadership talent and the ability to delegate effectively
- Working knowledge of computers
- Knowledge of community
- Manual & visual dexterity; correctable
- Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions
- Works in office; temperature regulated Facilitate groups and trainings in other community locations