The Clinical Supervisor, QMHP position work at LifeWorks NW's multi-service site located in Beaverton, OR.
ACT is an intensive Assertive Community Treatment fidelity program. This is a community-based program. Our team works with adults, ages 18-99, who have severe and persistent mental illness who need intensive, wrap around services to assist with issues including (but not limited to) difficulty with housing, social support, interactions with law enforcement, addictions, economic status, employment, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, interpersonal skills, basic needs, and general independent living skills that are barriers to residing independently in the community.
The Clinical Supervisor position oversees clinical oversight and clinical and administrative supervisory aspects of program(s). Provides clinical services as needed.
This particular position will require 50% of the time doing direct client contact (80% of that time will be in the community). This position will be the on-call supervisor for the ACT team every other week, with a weekly rotation once every 7 weeks.
Pay/Benefits: $55,750 to $60,629 per year. Additional stipend when providing on call responsibilities. Full benefits
- Provides regular supervision to each clinician in the program. Maintains accurate documentation of individual and group supervisory meetings held at least two times per month.
- Provides assistance to direct reports with work issues including establishing clear expectations regarding performance and training.
- Provides support and attention to employee successes and addresses performance issues promptly and effectively.
- Responsible for performance evaluations and performance concerns for program area.
- Coordinates hiring process including orientation and training for program.
- Monitors employee productivity, documentation and insurance authorizations.
- Performs day-to-day quality management tasks (e.g. chart audits, utilization management).
- May provide crisis consultation and intervention for program area as needed.
- Participates in program development.
- May provide training to community partners, agency staff and others.
- Provides direct service including facilitation of group and individual sessions, client evaluations and case management.
- Document and maintain client records to ensure compliance with agency and contract guidelines and confidentiality.
- Completes required program reports including those needed for supervisory responsibilities timely and accurately.
- Meets standards for documentation and work accuracy for self and supervisees including timely completion of progress notes, assessments, treatment plans and authorization requests.
- Meets standards for direct service including accountability for supervisees, implements and ensures adherence of the clinical model and/or evidence based practices and quality of clinical practice for self and supervisees.
- Meets expectations for being an effective supervisor and team member.
- May network with community providers and partners.
- Travels between sites or in the community and/or transport clients.
- Attends informational, clinical and management meetings which may include all-agency, team and consultation meetings, staffing, intra-agency trainings, etc. May represent LifeWorks NW at community meetings.
- Check e-mail/voice mail daily when working.
- Continually increase level of cultural sensitivity, awareness and competency
- Current LPC or LCSW required.
- Must have completed two years of post-graduate clinical experience in a mental health treatment setting.
- Requires access to car, valid driver's license, proof of current automobile insurance coverage and ability to meet LWNW driving requirements.
- Must be able to demonstrate competence in leadership, wellness, oversight and evaluation of services, staff development, service planning, case management and coordination , utilization of community resources, group, family and individual therapy or counseling, documentation and rationale for service to promote intended outcomes and implementation of LWNW policies.
- Good computer skills including a functional knowledge of Outlook, Word and Excel. Ability to master use of proprietary software including electronic health record system.
- Demonstrate effective communication skills and ability to provide culturally-competent treatment services to diverse client populations.
- Bilingual (Spanish/English) fluency preferred.
- CADC 2 preferred but not required.
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