We are seeking a full-time LCSW Clinical Supervisor

Position: Full-Time LCSW Clinical Supervisor Position

Reports To: Executive Director

Requirements: LCSW degree with at least 3 years of recent supervisory experience; preferred experience with chemical dependency

Overview of Responsibilities:

The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for providing, coordinating and supervising the clinical care for clients currently receiving services at Ohlhoff Recovery Programs. The Clinical Supervisor supervises interns in training and counselors who are not yet credentialed, including providing individual and group supervision, and creating and maintaining written standards of clinical care. The Clinical Supervisor works closely with the other members of the management team to ensure a standard of excellence in quality of clinical care across agency programs.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Provide individual and group clinical supervision of trainees, interns, and staff to ensure a high standard of clinical care agency-wide.

  • Monitor and review all charting for all clients. Client files must be reviewed and confirmed for continuous quality assurance, regularly.

  • Helps to develop educational programs, trainings, and workshops for all staff of the agency as it relates to providing quality care for clients.

  • Participate in bi-weekly clinical meetings and work collaboratively with the Program Directors /Medical Director as needed.

  • Coordinate trainee and intern professional development with graduate school clinical coordinators, including bi-yearly evaluations, site visitation, and student compliance with agency needs.

  • Assist in recruiting interns for a practicum training program within the agency.

  • Ensure compliance with the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) Mental Health and Substance Abuse Use Disorder Services Division. Assist with site visits and compliance orders.

Qualifications:

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  • MUST be an LCSW with 3 years experience post-licensure providing clinical supervision to staff/interns

  • Experience in community-based substance abuse agency or co-occurring program

  • Experience with the following evidence based practices: Motivational Interviewing, CBT, DBT, Social Model Theory

  • Experience with Utilization Reviews and overseeing Quality Assurance Insurance Reviews

  • Detail oriented with excellent verbal skills, organization skills, and time management skills

Must be able to sit for a minimum of 5 hours daily, perform rapid repetitive motions of hands/wrists/arms for 1 hour daily, stand and walk for 2 hours daily.

Job Type: Full-Time, 32-35 hours per week, and on-call availability for clinical emergencies

Job Start Date: May 2019*

Application Process: Email cover letter, resume, and two letters of professional recommendation to jallanson@ohlhoff.org AND estevens@ohlhoff.org. Candidates selected for interviews should be prepared for reference checks and at least two in-person interviews before the final selection.

*Please note that we are hiring for a position that will be available at the end of May 2019 and will not have an opening before that time.*