FSP Clinical Supervisor

Summary:

Clinical Supervisor, LCSW or possess an equivalent license from an accredited board plus three years post licensure, clinical supervision certification with excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational, assessment, and writing skills to provide weekly individual and team supervision to clinicians and be available for on-call supervision and/or back up crisis to six clinicians for in-home treatment. Candidate must be energetic, creative, and able to work as part of a community resource team, and be culturally competent, and responsive, must have a car, valid driver's license and pass a criminal background check.

Qualifications:

  • Licensure as a Clinical Social Worker or possess an equivalent license from an accredited board plus three years post licensure. 

  • Clinical supervision certification.

  • Experience with community relations and crisis intervention. 

  • Must be energetic, creative, and able to work as part of a community resource team, and be culturally competent and responsive.

  • Must have a car, valid driver's license and pass a criminal background check.


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Embrace and demonstrate the mission, philosophy and values of FIS-CFS

  • Provide weekly individual and team supervision to clinicians and be available for on-call supervision and/or back up crisis supervision.

  • Identifies needs and provides ongoing staff training in a variety of clinical modalities (e.g., family systems, behavioral, cognitive, etc).

  • Assign cases per program requirements. 

  • Ensure compliance with directives from supervisors.

  • Monitors case progress toward goal achievement.

  • Coordinates case staffings/family team meetings. 

  • Observes sessions via one-way mirror, video tapes and home visits to improve staff's clinical skills and to ensure service quality.

  • Practice sound clinical and administrative judgment and provide guidance to staff accordingly.

  • Effectively act as a liaison between staff and all levels of administration.

  • Make recommendations in hiring, disciplinary actions, promotion and termination in conjunction with human resources.

  • Conduct regular staff evaluations and oversee implementation of the Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement Plan while providing staff with opportunities for leadership.

  • Attends and participates in agency/office meetings.

  • Serves as primary liaison between FI-CFS and all referral sources.

  • Maintains statistics to ensure the levels of service complies contractual expectations.

  • Ensures that all reports (required by program/service and FIS-FCS) are completed and submitted within designated timeframes.


SKILLS REQUIRED: 

  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational and assessment skills.

  • Excellent writing skills.

  • Computer literate (Microsoft Office Suite proficient).

  • Strong interpersonal skills.

  • Strong leadership skills.

All positions require pre-employment drug screening and criminal record checks. Center For Family Services is an equal opportunity employer offering competitive salaries and excellent benefits packages. For more information, please visit our website at www.centerffs.org.