Clinical Supervisor

Job Description

Description

Job Description

We are seeking a Clinical Supervisor to join our team.

Responsibilities:

  • C.O.D.A.s Clinical Supervisor will be responsible for supervising all clinical staff and will maintain a caseload of no more than 10-15 patients per week.
  • The clinical Supervisor will ensure that all documentation and case files will adhere to Part 822 stipulations.
  • The Clinical Supervisor will report directly to the Program Director. In the absence of the Program Director, the Clinical Supervisor will be responsible for day-to-day program management.
  • Provide weekly individual clinical supervision to C.O.D.A. clinical staff and maintain documentation of each supervision session.
  • Conduct weekly staff meetings, creating a weekly agenda that includes but is not limited to the presentation of clinical cases, review of case files, pertinent clinical policy, and procedure issues. Minutes of staff meetings will be recorded by Clinical Supervisor.
  • Ensure that all program case files are properly ordered and maintained according to current Part 822 rules and regulations.
  • Determine appropriate staff training for continued development of clinical skills and enroll staff accordingly.
  • Work with Program Director to maintain Utilization Reviews and Quality Assurance Systems.
  • Assist Program Director in program management and outreach efforts, when requested.

Qualifications:

  • OASAS certified CASAC credential.
  • Must have an LCSW or LMSW.
  • College Degree Masters required.
  • Previous experience in Alcohol and Substance Use Disorder treatment a plus
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills required
  • Ability to interact with diverse populations
  • Competent Computer Skills

Company Description

Five Towns Community Centers Counseling Services mission is to provide the community with well-trained professional staff, abreast of the latest research findings, to deliver cutting-edge drug and alcohol treatment modalities to meet the needs of those seeking assistance for themselves, a loved one, a family member or friend where substance use has interfered with employment, health, education, family, self-image, relationships and life in general.
 
 
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