Master's degree in the behavioral sciences with three years experience in clinical work and coordination of treatment services. Demonstrated ability to train and supervise staff in clinical service delivery, case conceptualization and assure staff compliance with administrative requirements Knowledge of models of service delivery including groups, skills training, brief/focused therapy, community based intervention for children with serious and persistent mental illness. Licensure in the state of Washington for master's level candidate. Must be designated as a Child Mental Health Specialist.
Job Description Summary
At Frontier Behavioral Health (FBH) we believe each individual employee has a special and valuable role in helping our clients reach their greatest potential. If you are looking for meaningful work in an established, supportive environment we encourage you to apply. FBH values work life balance and offers a robust paid time off plan. Come join us in our mission to provide clinically and culturally appropriate behavioral healthcare and related services to individuals of all ages in collaboration with community partners.
At Frontier Behavioral Health our presence in the Spokane community is more than 100 years deep, allowing our non-profit organization to understand the varied needs of our clients and the larger community. Our programs are designed to provide evidence-based treatment to adults, youth and seniors who are dealing with a wide range of behavioral health issues. As a Trauma-Informed Care organization, we firmly believe in recovery and that our clients can lead fulfilling and meaningful lives, and we consider it an honor and a privilege to assist them in their journey.
The WISe Clinical Supervisor (WCS) is specially trained to supervise, coordinate, WISe clinicians and staff. The WCS is also knowledgeable of the WISE process and able to facilitate treatment within the WISe program to enrolled children and families.
This is a specialized position requiring a willingness to work a flexible 24/7 schedule in rotation with other clinical staff assigned to the WISe Team.
Provide direct supervision to assigned clinical staff. Provide direct service to children and families enrolled in the WISe Program Services as assigned by Director. Facilitate internal and external customer’s satisfaction and responsiveness. Participate in planning and evaluation of the program. Train and supervise staff to ensure compliance and implementation of service goals and objectives.
Provide consultation and education to other FBH staff and to the community. Provide direct case management services to enrolled individuals as required.
Participate in peer review, supervision, intake and diagnostic staffing’s, in-house educational and administrative meetings as directed. Monitor and facilitate communication of staff, families we serve, interagency and treatment/client interaction. Be knowledgeable of ITC process.