Posted: April 2nd, 2020
Region: Dallas/Fort Worth, El Paso, Beaumont, San Antonio
Clinical Supervisor Job Description
Texas Care is a client-centered organization that assists children and adults in the community with gaining the necessary skills and resources so they can “be their best self” and “live their best life”. We are looking for a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and/or Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with clinical leadership skills to oversee our clinical operations and to manage a multidisciplinary team of Case Managers and QMHP(CS)s. You will work closely with the Program Director to execute the vision and mission of Texas Care as we strive to become the leading provider agency in Texas. We are looking for someone who has an unmatched passion for people, positive leadership/mentoring skills, detail-oriented, solution-oriented mindset and will ensure that we create and maintain a positive working environment. Someone who is open-minded to learning new and innovative ways of helping people to obtain mental wellness.
The Clinical Supervisor must have a Master’s Degree from an accredited University, current license from Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselor (in good standing), a minimum of two (3) years professional in a clinical setting, worked with crisis situations (adult or children), assessed victims of domestic violence, sexual abuse, and/or physical abuse, administered evidence-based treatment, and conducted psychosocial assessments.
This position responsibilities and duties include:
- Work under the direction of the Program Director to fulfill Texas Care’s mission and guide clinical service deliverable to actualize our mission & vision. Responsible for ensuring that the mission is fulfilled through strategic planning, evidence-based best practices and quality service deliverables.
- Will be responsible for providing general oversight of clinical service delivery by providing direct supervision to Case Managers and QMHPs on your caseload: (CANS review, ANAS review, chart review, progress notes review, treatment planning, discharge planning, and clinical training.
- Responsible for conducting psychosocial assessment for all new intakes and reassessment in the home and community setting and submit authorizations to MCOs.
- Assist Case Managers and QMHPs with addressing complaints and resolving problems, meeting with clients and parents, troubleshooting tasks, and managing work for adequate organizational workflow.
- To ensure consistency of quality, accountability and high standards in all services - both client support and staff training development. This includes providing training for staff and developing procedures, models and comprehensive frameworks of service delivery.
- Facilitate weekly/monthly supervisions to review all client records on your QMHPs caseload and provide assistance with developing workable strategies for their treatment.
- Perform quarterly quality assurance review with individuals on your caseload to review goals, objectives, and strategies and to make the service delivery is of the highest quality.
- Maintains records and charts in accordance with organizational, regulatory, accreditation, and contractual standards.
- Responsible for reviewing timesheets and progress notes of all Case Managers and QMHPs on your caseload weekly.
- Other duties as assigned.
All applicants must be licensed in the State of Texas as a Licensed Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or Licensed Psychologist.
- Experience providing services to vulnerable populations.
- Ability to work with people of all social, economic, and cultural backgrounds; be flexible, open-minded and adaptable to change.
- Possesses excellent interpersonal communication and negotiation skills in interactions with patients, families, physicians and Circle Of Hope team colleagues.
- Experience working with a multidisciplinary team.
- Experience in intake and enrollment preferred
- Professional clinical setting: 3 years (Required)
- Ability to work independently as well as to develop collaborative relationships with schools, families, patients, interdisciplinary team and other community agencies.