The Clinical Supervisor provides support in the planning, development, execution, and on-going evaluation of Family Ties' clinical services and programs, ensuring they meet all professional standards, licensing, certification and grant conditions/requirements. The Clinical Supervisor enhances the agency's capacity to meet legal, ethical and professional standards, and improves the delivery of health care and administrative operations. This role has managerial responsibility, including professional development and regular feedback, for clinicians working in 2 to 3 counties.
Responsibilities & Duties
- Provide day-to-day clinical counsel, guidance and support to community-based Assessors, Therapists and other staff in addressing client management, crisis intervention and emergencies to ensure adherence to professional standards.
- Assure coordination and collaboration among all programs and services, supporting an integrated case management approach to client services.
- Ensure staff compliance with Medicaid, State and County standards and processes, including documentation, billing and QA.
- Ensure client confidentiality and privacy, including client records.
- Conduct Quality Assurance through documentation review, peer review and related activities to ensure quality of services.
- Coordinate or provide, under the direction of the Clinical Director, family preservation and mental health services training, and other staff development activities.
- Assist Clinical and Operations Directors with developing, implementing and evaluating programs.
- Contribute to the development of client-sensitive policies and procedures, supporting the delivery of programs and services.
- Actively work with local, state, federal and private-sector representatives to develop resources and support for programs and services.
- Attend required meetings and training as appropriate; perform other duties as assigned.
- Fully licensed in the state of Georgia (LCSW, LPC or LMFT).
- Experience supervising clinicians who provide mental health, home-based and/or community counseling services; knowledge of mental health CORE and DFCS services.
- Ability to manage, coach and evaluate staff regarding their ability and effectiveness in providing/arranging appropriate services for clients.
- Experience meeting compliance standards for federal, state and local government contracts and grant requirements.
- Experience in/familiarity with GA Medicaid procedures, including billing and documentation.
- Experience in program planning, development, implementation and evaluation.
- Demonstrated knowledge of and sensitivity to diverse cultures.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Valid Georgia driver's license; ability and willingness to travel off site.
- Flexible work schedule
Family Ties provides intensive,home-based assessment, counseling and community integration services for families and children. Our mission is to assist families in the skill and resource development necessary to safely maintain children in their home. Our philosophy is that each family has the ability to address any situation they may face. We believe that with proper support, education and encouragement, families can establish goals and a value base that will guide them in their development.
Job Type: Full-time
- clinical supervisory or management: 3 years (Preferred)
- LCSW, LPC or LMFT (Required)
- Health insurance
- Dental insurance
- Vision insurance
- Retirement plan
- Paid time off