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Clinical Supervisor 

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Category Article 31  


POSITION TITLE: Clinical Supervisor
CGS Child/Adolescent Outpatient Mental Health Clinic

DEPARTMENT: Family Support Services

REPORTS TO: Director of Clinical Services


The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for the clinical supervision of the Mental Health Therapists and participates in program planning, monitoring and program evaluation. The Clinical Supervisor attends weekly supervision with the Director of Clinical Services and coordinates weekly team clinical consultations. The Clinical Supervisor also assists the Director of Clinical Services in meeting all clinical requirements pertaining to the Outpatient Mental Health Clinic and the provision of data collection, interpretation, and reporting.

Additional duties include but may not be limited to the ability to assess data reflective of the consumer's status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify each consumer's requirements relative to his or her age, specific needs, and to provide the appropriate and applicable care as needed. The Clinical Supervisor will also be expected to provide crisis assessment and consultation as applicable; and collaboration with the clinic team members as applicable in planning for the consumer’s care and achieving treatment goals.


Provide direct staff supervision of per diem clinical social work staff including performance monitoring and evaluation as assigned
Provide / coordinate weekly team clinical consultation / interdisciplinary meetings
Act as point person for coordination of work with other systems touching the child’s life - care management, casework in particular.
Provide direct care services to clients: developing assessments, group, individual and family counseling, and review of clinical service plans as applicable.
Provide consumer crisis intervention and crisis coverage as applicable
Serve as a back- up for intakes and crisis coverage
Assist Director of Clinical Services in implementing departmental policies and procedures, program development, conducting departmental quality assurance projects, and monitoring daily operation.
Act as a resource on client treatment issues for Clinical Director including staff development needs.
Monitor and participate in family conferences, observe workers overall relationships with clients and other systems.
Monitor the quality of treatment
Monitor the timely submission of all paperwork.
Conduct an at least monthly review of progress notes and casework contacts for each assigned staff
Maintain and monitor case records
Act as a resource on client treatment issues for Clinical Director including staff development needs.
Maintain and disseminate educational information and provide group training to staff on a variety of relevant clinical issues.
Updates job knowledge by participating in continuing educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
Weekend and evening hour requirements as applicable
Perform other job related tasks and duties as assigned


Position Requirements

Master's Degree in Social Work
LCSW required
Knowledge of the Child Welfare System is desirable
4+ years professional experience with emphasis on diagnostics and a team approach preferred
Ability to work some evening and weekend hours, including on-call consultation
Outstanding writing and communication skills
Proficiency in Spanish preferred

Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time  
Work Location  
Division Article 31  
About the Organization It is our vocation to serve those in need, to aid those who desire help, and to guide those who seek better lives. Through supportive interventions, we provide help, create hope and preserve dignity.

We provide help by offering an array of services for underserved families and individuals with special needs. All that we do is delivered with care, compassion, and respect, to address fundamental challenges, improve well-being and increase self-sufficiency.

We create hope by strengthening and empowering families and individuals in need. By providing shelter, care, treatment, rehabilitation, counseling, training, and connection to high quality allied services, we produce holistic solutions that enhance each person’s physical, mental and social well-being, as well as their positive connections to family and community.

We preserve dignity with a faith-based commitment to recognizing the value of each person we serve, regardless of race, religion, creed, or life circumstances.  

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