Clinical Supervisor, Burien, WA
Adult Services - Heart – Burien, Washington
The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for providing supervision and administrative support as well as carrying a part-time case load of direct client service. Under the direction of the Program Manager, responsibilities include: supervision of clinical staff and interns, review/approval of time sheets, managing UR functions, assisting in program development and implementation, attending meetings within and outside agency, helping manage day to day site functions, being active in collaborating with community agencies.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Professional interest and commitment to the mentally ill and in the development of systems of care for the mentally ill.
- Organizational skills are necessary.
- Commitment to multidisciplinary team approach to treatment and care of consumers.
- Able to interact with and supervise team members in a collaborative manner.
- Ability to interact with consumers with sensitivity, tact and respect; as well as firmness when necessary.
- Solid knowledge of theories of human behavior, personality development and psychological and physical cause of mental disorders.
- Knowledge of principles and techniques of group and individual therapy and experience providing same; understanding of principles and methods of intervention.
- Familiarity with Washington Administrative Code regulations and professional standards governing the treatment of mentally ill consumers.
Education, Experience, and Certification:
- Minimum of 2 years' experience as a fully licensed clinician
- Active Washington State licensure required
- Master’s degree in one of the Behavioral Sciences from an accredited program
- At least 1 year supervisory experience with seriously and persistently mentally ill adults.
- Valid Washington States driver’s license.
- Computer literacy.
- Bilingual strongly preferred.
May involve lifting, pushing, pulling, twisting, and stooping requiring upper and lower body strength. Lifting up to 15 lbs. may be required without assistance.
At Navos, we offer a healing home for children, young people and adults who may be underserved, overlooked or otherwise at risk of falling through the cracks. Our mission is to transform the quality of life for people vulnerable to mental illness and substance abuse disorders by providing a broad spectrum of care. We believe that diversity, inclusion and equity are vital to living our values and achieving our mission.
Navos is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law.