LifeWorks NW's Early Assessment & Support Alliance (EASA) Program provides individual/family support, education, advocacy, and treatment to persons aged 15 to 25 who are experiencing emerging symptoms of psychosis. The program also has a robust family component, including multi-family groups. EASA serves individuals who are publicly or privately insured or who have no insurance.
The Clinical Supervisor position oversees clinical and supervisory aspects of program as well as providing clinical services. This particular position is based out of our Tigard, Oregon location.
Pay/Benefits: $50,143 to $54,530 per year. Full benefits.
- Provides regular supervision to clinicians in the program. Maintains accurate documentation of supervisory meetings.
- Responsible for performance evaluations and performance concerns for program area.
- May provide crisis consultation for program area.
- Participates in program development.
- Provides direct service including facilitation of group and individual sessions, client evaluations and case management.
- Provides crisis intervention and consultation as needed.
- Completes required program reports timely and accurately.
- 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.
- Master's degree in Counseling, Social Work, or related behavioral health degree required.
- Requires a QMHP credential either through the Mental Health & Addiction Certification Board of Oregon (MHACBO) or by obtaining and maintaining active internship or licensed with an eligible state licensing board. All prospective candidates must either have a valid MHACBO registration number or licensing intern number upon hire.
- Must have completed two years of post-graduate clinical experience in a mental health treatment setting.
- Must be able to transport clients in a personal vehicle. Must have a valid driver's license, personal auto insurance, access to a personal vehicle, and ability to meet LifeWorks NW driving requirements.
- Must 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 services to promote intended outcomes and implementation of all provider policies.
- Demonstrate effective communication skills and ability to provide culturally-competent treatment services to diverse client populations.
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