Crisis Stabilization Unit Supervisor-Manhattan, KS, Full Time

Pawnee Mental Health Services - Manhattan, KS2.8

30+ days agoFull-time

Title of Position: Crisis Stabilization Unit Supervisor
FLSA Status: Exempt
Program: Crisis
Supervisor: Crisis Services Director
Supervises: Unit Therapists, Unit Case Managers, Unit Mental Health Technicians

Minimum Qualifications: A Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, Counseling or a closely related field is required. Must meet standards of the Kansas Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board for licensing as:
Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW), or
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), or
Licensed Masters Level Psychologist (LMLP), or
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)
A license to practice independently and at least one year experience providing individual or family therapy is strongly preferred.

Strong oral and written communication skills using the English language required.

Basic personal computer skills which enable the entry, retrieval and use of electronic data required; experience with Microsoft Office software preferred.

Results of criminal and all other applicable background checks must meet the approval of Pawnee Mental Health Services.

Preference with experience as a clinician working with clients in acute and crisis situations.

Years of Experience: 1-2 years of supervisory experience

Essential Job Functions:
Manage program performance to ensure medically necessary services are provided in the quality and quantity needed to promote client stabilization and achieve agency financial goals.
Fully understand and implement the KDADS Grant (The Grant) which funds the Crisis Stabilization Unit (The Unit)
Help build and maintain program Policy and Procedures according to The Grant specifications.
Will perform clinical assessments of clients for to justify placement in the unit.
Coordinate and promote integration of the program with other agency programs to enhance client outcomes.
Hire, supervise and evaluate a qualified staff and ensure they are trained to meet the needs of the program. Monitor performance, document concerns, provide feedback and take corrective action as necessary.
Manage day to day fiscal issues of assigned area in accordance with agency budget and advise Crisis Services Director regarding short and long term program needs.
Participate with the Crisis Services Director in program planning, promotion and problem solving to promote client satisfaction and program growth.
Utilize administrative supports (accounting, quality, information technology, human resources, billing, etc) in the management of day to day operations in accordance with Pawnee policy.
Maintain familiarity with Pawnee policy and procedure and respond to issues accordingly.
Initiate and maintain required administrative and clinical documentation
Participate in clinical supervision as agreed upon with Crisis Services Director.
Maintain and advance knowledge and skills related specifically to position or to field of work through regular review of pertinent materials and participation in training events as approved by supervisor.
Adhere to the standards, policies and instructions established by PMHS Policy and Procedure and any applicable ethical codes within field of employment.
Review and comply with the Pawnee Code of Conduct outlined in the Employee Handbook.