Job Title: Clinical Supervisor Location: Central Ohio
Supervisor: Assistant Director of Central Ohio Employee Status: Staff
Revision Date: 01/19/2016 Non Exempt
Demonstrate Our Promise each and every day, performing with the highest standards of excellence, integrity and ethics. Engage agency Volunteers and Interns to enhance program performance, provide an educational workplace experience and support the agency’s mission.
· Direct supervision of assigned staff including hiring, supervision and a high emphasis on employee development, ranging from growth within current positions and expanding leadership and supervisory skills necessary to ensure agency success. Demonstrates and models positive leadership, promotes a team based work environment and presents the agency in the most positive light with all internal and external contacts.
· Assures fiscal accountability of all assigned programs and services. This responsibility includes enhancement and maintenance of organizational and cross functional agency processes that impact and are impacted by assigned programming. Assists in the development of realistic budgets, assisting the Finance Department in assuring that assigned services are adequately documented and that billing requirements are met, working pro-actively to assure budget compliance, and taking immediate action to resolve fiscal problems should they occur. Exhibits and demands care and competence in managing agency resources.
· Develops detailed project plans and Logic Models to clearly define and monitor program goals and agency strategic initiatives. Adapts programs and services to enhance this agencies ability to serve the needs of the community.
· Ensures the integrity of program and service delivery, compliance and evaluation and moves to adapt programs/services as compliance standards change in an effective and efficient manner. Ensures compliance with internal standards and goals, all contract/grant specifications, as well as licensing, regulatory and accreditation standards including but not limited to ODJFS, ODE, County, Council on Accreditation, EAGLE Accreditation, NAEYC, SUTQ, State/County HMG, Medicaid, ODMH, etc…. Ensures all Local, State, Federal and GAAP laws and regulations.
· Assumes a leadership role in the interpretation and support of agency policies (including HR, PR and Communications), implementation of industry best practice standards throughout assigned programs, aiding in the development/implementation of program outcome measures to ensure quality service implementation.
· Develops a therapeutic relationship with each client. Provides individual, group or family therapy as needed. Available for clinical consultation and crisis intervention
· Plans, prepares for and provides group supervision/team meetings on a weekly basis.
· Maintains on-going frequent contact with agency Care Manager assigned or with client’s parents if Care Manager is not assigned in order to keep them updated on progress. Provides minor case management function if Care Manager is not assigned
· Assumes a strong advocacy role for clients and makes recommendations for clinical and support services needed upon discharge
· Actively participates in all treatment conferences and meetings for the client
· Provides in-service training as requested.
· On call by cell phone during non-work hours for clinical consultation and crisis management.
· Maintains regular and reliable attendance.
· May be involved in the planning, organization, and implementation of special events or department specific projects or seasonal program changes.
· In times of need, employee may be asked to complete related duties other than those indicated above as assigned by their supervisor.
· Ability to delegate, manage people, and evaluate staff and programs
· Work is performed in an office environment at various locations within the agency.
· English reading and writing skills required
· Interacts verbally with coworkers, representatives fro outside agencies, and families
· Attention to detail and confidentiality required
· Works flexible hours and is available for crisis management by phone
· Strong oral and written skills necessary – public speaking skills and the ability to conduct training required.
· Requires typing and computer literacy, including Windows applications, Microsoft Word and Excel, e-mail and basic database usage.
Minimum educational level is a Master’s Degree in the social work or related training in psychology or counseling with an Ohio LISW-S or PCC-S. Preferred licensure is LISW-S or PCC-S with 3 years post independent license experience. Clinical experience with SED children required.
Yes, I can meet all essential functions of the position.
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To apply for this job email your details to Jennifer.Siegel@ohioguidestone.org