Clinical Supervisor - Mental Health Outpatient for Children and Families, Medford, OR
Clinical Supervisor - Mental Health Outpatient for Children and Families (Medford)
Job Locations US-OR
# of Openings 1
Category Children's Outpatient Services
Department Child/Youth Outpatient
Excellent salary and employee benefits: family medical, long term disability, 403(b) plan with 6% match – and more.
Full-time position: Mon – Fri, 8-hour days. A 4-day workweek with 10-hour days may also be possible.
This position is eligible for relocation reimbursement as well as on-site professional development.
The Clinical Supervisor assists the Program Manager and Clinical Director with overseeing the delivery of clinical services for clients with mental health disorders and co-occurring disorders, helping to ensure the smooth running of the Medford Children’s Outpatient Unit. This position works closely with management and clinical staff to provide clinical support, direction, and guidance to team members. They work effectively and collaboratively within the agency and with community partners. This position carries a caseload of clients and provides direct treatment to children and families and assessments as needed.
Supervision Exercised: Provides clinical direction, oversight and guidance to team, which may include Therapists, Skills Trainers, and Alcohol and Drug Counselors.
Provides clinical direction and clinical supervision to staff within department as delineated by the manager and Clinical Director. Meets regularly with team and assigned individual staff to review their clinical work as it relates to evidence-based practices, OARs, and agency policy and directives. Provides input into staff performance appraisals.
Ensures the smooth running of the Children’s Resource Team when the Manager is not present or is occupied, ensuring that those seeking care are being seen within a reasonable amount of time, troubleshooting issues including the scheduling of clients, responding to crisis and requesting assistance from other members of Options management team when needed.
Coordinates or assists in coordinating and promoting the open access model of entry into mental health/co-occurring treatment at the agency.
Engages and works collaboratively within the agency and with outside resources (DHS, schools, doctor offices, Head Start, and other internal and community resources) to obtain and coordinate services necessary for crisis stabilization, social development, housing needs, education, medical needs, etc.
Reviews and signs off on assigned team member treatment plans, providing guidance and education when needed. Facilitates referrals to appropriate internal and/or external resources where indicated. Provides consultation and education services within the agency and with community partners as needed.
Candidate must possess a Master's degree in a behavioral science and an understanding of co-occurring disorders, trauma, and related experience.
Two years post-master's experience required to meet qualifications under Medicaid for Clinical Supervisor. Professional licensure (LCSW, LMFT, LPC or clinical psychologist) and supervisory experience preferred.
Computer proficiency required to use Electronic Health Records. Must pass state-required background and DMV checks, possess a valid driver's license, and have a safe driving record.