The Clinical Supervisor will provide full clinical oversight for staff and clients consistent with maximizing service delivery to the clients served. The position requires an individual who consistently works to achieve both personal and work-unit goals; effectively extends cooperative efforts beyond the confines of the department or discipline; interacts/deals effectively with others even in adverse conditions; is willing to go the extra mile to meet the needs and expectations of individuals, families and communities; is genuine, professional, transparent, and responsible. The clinical supervisor must have excellent customer service skills and able to develop internal and external resources and customer relationships. Nurture partnerships, inspire others, and engender trust. The salary range is $75-85K
KEY ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
- Coordinates clinical and counseling services for the program.
- Supervises SUD counselors weekly and other program clinical staff as needed.
- Works collaboratively with treatment team to ensure comprehensive service plans and care coordination.
- Works with individual counselors to assure quality service delivery.
- Supervises vocational counselors to ensure that vocational services are coordinated with multidisciplinary team activities and interventions.
- Reviews vocational plans to ensure fidelity to treatment goals and objectives.
- Reviews vocational documentation to ensure compliance with OASAS regulations.
- Reviews vocational schedules to assure that all client are receiving appropriate services.
- Completes employee evaluations and performance improvement plans.
- Reports all grievances and clinical incidents to Assistant Program Director; assists with investigations, and completes all required documentation.
- Performs chart audits, conducts quality assurance and reports on performance improvement data to the Assistant Program Director.
- Coordinates and monitors fidelity to therapeutic group and activities schedules.
- Facilitates and documents evidence-based groups and seminars as needed.
- Demonstrates a clinical understanding of the role of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) in SUD treatment and is able to facilitate client preferences regarding MAT.
- Ensure service delivery, including individual counseling sessions and caseload groups, when counselors are out or on vacation.
- Assists clinical staff with diagnosis, treatment planning decisions and counseling approaches.
- Coordinates the reintegration process to assure that all clients have suitable plans in place upon completion of treatment and connect to aftercare services.
- Assists Assistant Program Director with the coordination of mental health services.
- Facilitates weekly multidisciplinary team (MDT) meetings and case conferences.
- Ensures qualitative, accurate and timely documentation. Participates in clinical and administrative team meetings.
- Participates in Quality Assurance (QA) and Utilization Review (UR) activities.
- Performs all other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Education and Qualifications:
- LCSW Required.
- Completion of OASAS Clinical Supervision Training, I & II (or within 6 months of hire)
- Trained and certified in naloxone delivery to treat opioid overdose, or trained within 7 days, post hire.
- Working knowledge of electronic health records.
- 5 years of Clinical Supervision required.
- Demonstrate skills in strengths-based, person-centered, self-directed care.
- Demonstrate and teach exceptional writing and documentation skills.
- Have experience working with individuals who have a substance use disorder
- Strong leadership, excellent organizational and communication skills
- Ability to work on a strong team of professionals in a culturally diverse environment.
- Ability to multitask and to work and function under pressure.Possesses excellent customer service skills and able to develop internal and external resources and customer relationships.
*Acacia Network is an equal opportunity employer*