FT/PT Clinical Supervisor (LCSW Preferred)

East Bay Agency for Children (EBAC) improves the well-being of children, youth and families by reducing the impact of trauma and social inequities and is committed to building a comprehensive, place-based continuum of accessible, trauma-informed and culturally relevant services that build resiliency, aid in recovery and, where possible, prevent exposure to adverse childhood experiences.

 

Our staff seeks to reduce barriers that contribute to disparities in wellness for socio-economically disadvantaged and racially marginalized families and to create communities where all children and families have supports to reach their full potential.

 

A. FUNCTION
The Clinical Supervisor reports to the Senior Director and plans, develops, directs and conducts the supervision and training of the clinical staff working in our South Region School Based Behavioral Health Program. The Clinical Supervisor provides individual/group supervision of clinical staff, including trainees and graduate level interns; maintains relations with school personnel, reviews and monitors clinical charts, productivity and caseload goals, works collaboratively with the supervisory team, and collaborates with the Senior Director and Clinical Coordinator to develop and guide the program.

 

B. QUALIFICATIONS and COMPETENCY FACTORS
  • LCSW clinical license required with a master’s degree in social work required; meet all BBS criteria for Clinical Supervisors including 15 CE unit supervisory training and 2 years post licensure experience.
  • Experience with Medi-Cal clinical documentation required.
  • Ability to expeditiously utilize a web based database system for administrative functions.
  • Prior experience working with low-income, diverse ethnic communities and multi-cultural school settings preferred.
  • Prior experience in providing supervision of ASW and MFT Interns, trainees/graduate level interns at multiple sites preferred.
  • Experience with computer functions and comfort with balancing both administrative and clinical supervision responsibilities.
  • Experience with QA monitoring of clinical charts.
  • Excellent supervisory, administrative, written and oral communication skills.
  • Experience supervising child and family clinical therapy.
  • Language skills that include the ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
  • Ability to write routine reports, correspondence, and field notes.
  • Ability to speak effectively before groups including clinicians, teachers, parents.
  • Ability to drive with valid driver's license, auto insurance, and access to use of an automobile as needed.

 

C. RESPONSIBILITIES (Those with an asterisk are essential duties.)
  • *Provide individual and/or group supervision to clinical staff as directed.
  • *Give input on training needs of clinical staff and provide trainings as requested.
  • *Maintain relations with school site personnel, supporting clinical staff in their relationships at the school sites.
  • Attend EBAC, County, and community meetings and trainings related to mental health service delivery, leadership and funding streams as needed.
  • Works in conjunction with the management teams of other EBAC programs as needed.
  • Maintain compliance with State and local regulations, and with terms of contracts and grants, including school district contracts, EPSDT and ACMH contracts, and UR requirements.
  • Assists Senior Director and Clinical Coordinator with school communications regarding mental health services, and maximum generation of service delivery units.
  • *Work with Senior Director and Clinical Coordinator to manage compliance of files through monthly UR meetings and the end of year review.
  • *Maintains ongoing and year-end review of supervisees’ clinical charts, to assure compliance with all contract, funding and privacy requirements.
  • Support staff in meeting program service delivery and caseload goals.
  • Provide direct crisis intervention services as needed, particularly in support of line staff.
  • Works with the Program Support Specialist and Senior Director to accomplish service delivery input and other administrative supports for the clinical staff. Keeps Senior Director and Clinical Coordinator informed of these processes
  • Provide employee evaluations to Clinical Coordinator and Senior Director, as required, and assists in delivering feedback to supervisees.
  • Monitor employee’s work schedule and inform Senior Director of any issues, absences, and time off requests.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
D. WORKING CONDITIONS and JOB SETTING
  • Work is in varied school locations in Hayward.
  • Program headquarters is in a multi-story building with stairs that need to be climbed for access to the other floors as needed. •
  • Because work is directly with children, full mobility is required for standing, walking, sitting, using hands, climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, and crawling.
  • Primary work is in challenging, under-resourced school settings, in neighborhoods impacted by poverty, community violence, crime, systemic racism and oppression.
  • May need to use child-size chairs for sitting.
  • Regular driving is required.
EBAC offers a uniquely generous time off package and an outstanding benefits package that includes health; chiropractic; dental; voluntary life insurance (for yourself and your family), AD&D and SDT; accident and critical illness coverage (for yourself and family); flexible spending for medical, child care and commuter benefits; 403b retirement program; legal insurance; and, agency paid life insurance and long term disability coverage.

 

East Bay Agency for Children is an equal opportunity employer and encourages diverse candidates to apply by sending a cover letter and resume to group40@ebac.org, or by fax to 510-268-0143.  Please use the job title as the subject. No phone calls please.

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