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Licensed Clinical Supervisor

Company: San Diego Youth Services
Location: San Diego
Posted on: March 18, 2023

Job Description:

San Diego Youth ServicesJOB ANNOUNCEMENTLicensed Clinical SupervisorSan Diego Youth Services seeks a Licensed Clinical Supervisor in the Quality Management Department to be based at multiple locations.Thispositioncan be part-time, full-time with flexible and/or hybrid hours,reporting to Director of Quality Management. San Diego Youth Services: Who we areSan Diego Youth Services has helped improve the lives of more than 780,000 homeless, runaway and vulnerable youth since its beginning in 1970. We provide safe places to live and long-term solutions through shelter, foster homes, community centers and housing to more than 28,000 youth every year at 100+ community and school locations. Through prevention, early intervention and treatment, we also help youth before they need higher levels of care or become homeless.We aim to:

  • Meet the basic needs of youth. Hunger, poverty and youth homelessness are on the rise for many youth and their families today. We help meet these basic needs for youth. What could be more vital than food and shelter? We provide safe places to live and long-term solutions through shelter, foster homes, community centers and housing.
  • Create positive connection. We help youth focus on positive life changes and healthy relationships as part of providing needed resources and services. San Diego Youth Services has long provided foster homes and adoption support services for families considering adopting a youth in the foster care system.
  • Help youth develop life skills. In addition to a range of safe and stable housing options, we offer support tohelp youth develop the independent living skills necessaryto become self-sufficient and keep off the streets.
  • Promote overall health and well-being. Early intervention and care for the whole child are critical. We provide a broad continuum of services to help youth overcome trauma and challenges that put them at risk, includingcase management, counseling, mental health treatment and educational support and resources.SDYS has a staff of approximately 215 employees and 80 volunteers working across San Diego County and an annual budget of approximately $22 million.You can learn more about us at DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:The QM Team provides quality oversight to all SDYS programs and services. It is led by the Director of Quality Management and is made up of Clinical Supervisors, Quality Management Coordinators, and an Electronic Case Management Coordinator. QM oversees Policies & Procedures, Program and Documentation Reviews and provides a Comprehensive Training Program. QM clinical supervision team supervises Associates, Trainees, Interns, and staff who provide direct service to clients. QM engages in a lot of collaboration with all SDYS programs, universities, and San Diego county Quality Improvement.CONTEXT OF THE POSITION:The Licensed Clinical Supervisor reports to the Director of Quality Management for day-to-day clinical oversight and operations. Responsible for the development and maintenance of an integrated treatment approach for youth with co-occurring mental health and substance disorders and quality trauma-informed youth and family services, including overall supervision of the contracted components. The clinical supervisor is responsible for providing clinical supervision for, program staff, clinical staff, trainees/interns, and volunteers. This position coordinates and monitors clinical oversight, training, supervision, quality assurance and quality improvement of documentation standards, relationships with placement universities, county partners, and other clinical administrative functions. Clinical Supervisor will work collaboratively with Program Managers and Directors of Service as part of Record Review and provide clinical oversight for assigned programs.Essential functions include:
  • Supports application, interview, and assignment process of agency trainees/interns
  • Provides individual and group clinical supervision on a weekly basis and as needed
  • Provides individual and group to program staff as assigned/needed
  • Utilizes co-therapy, live supervision, and audio/visual methods for teaching and supervision as required
  • Available on call to consult with staff on clinical emergencies, including but not limited to any safety, legal or ethical issues
  • Provides consultation to program managers and attends treatment teams as assigned
  • Assists with client assignments, monitors case progress from intake to termination
  • Conducts weekly quality assurance and quality improvement reviews to ensure that staff, trainee/interns, and volunteers are following documentation standards
  • Performs Record Reviews (Apricot and Cerner) and participates in audits as assigned.
  • Supports program documentation through regular reviews and audits as appropriate
  • Responsible for implementing projects consistent with community health and agency direction
  • Provides intern and staff training on clinical and agency approved topics
  • Participates in staff meetings and trainings as assigned
  • Maintains written and statistical reports on program activity
  • Maintains certification for clinical supervision of clinical staff, interns, and volunteers
  • Respond to service-partners during a crisis or urgent matter, including those that occur outside of normal business operating hours, by implementing and following the on-call procedures whenever the rotation of on-call falls into the scope of responsibilities for the assigned period.PREFERRED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:
    • Required master's degree in Social Work, MFT or Psychology
    • California Clinical licensing required
    • Minimum of two years post-licensure experience
    • Must have taken the minimal CA required supervisor courses required to provide supervision
    • Approved Supervisor Certification designation preferred but not required.
    • Preferred Bilingual
    • Preferred to have lived experience as a consumer of services
    • Specific knowledge and experience working with high-risk children, youth and their families
    • Experience with County of San Diego Behavioral Health Services Medi-Cal documentation standards and Cerner Community Behavioral Health (CCBH) Electronic Health Record (EHR) preferred
    • Must be willing to develop or possess working knowledge of trauma-informed care and dual diagnosis treatment; experience working in trauma-informed and dual diagnosis programs preferred
    • Experience with supervision, training, and scheduling of staff; experience with youth and designing youth leadership systems, preferably in alcohol and/or drug treatment and/or residential settings
    • Knowledge of law enforcement, school, child protective service systems highly desirable
    • Documented ability to supervise clinical staff, trainees/interns and volunteers
    • Ability to create and facilitate training presentations
    • Management and program development skills preferred
    • Experience with using Excel for data collection and interpretation, Word, Power Point, building and interpreting surveys
    • Criminal clearance: Child Abuse Index Check, valid driver's license and vehicle registrationSDYS EXPECTATIONS:
      • Adhere to and uphold the rigorous standards of SDYS as mandated by its mission, purpose, guiding principles and standards of quality.
      • Maintain confidentiality and privacy standards of service partner protected health information and other applicable information and material in accordance to agency and center policies, and applicable regulations and laws including HIPAA.
      • Welcome and support SDYS volunteers and assist them in accomplishing their services whenever applicable.
      • Effectively communicate with people from diverse backgrounds and experiences.
      • Receive and give supportive feedback to foster equity and inclusion in working relationships.
      • Recognize, nurture, and learn from strengths in co-workers.
      • Maintain warm, welcoming and safe work environments.
      • Possess flexibility to accomplish job responsibilities in several work environments, whether it be from home, on the road, or in an office.Salary: 76,960-$80,000To apply, please send resume and cover letter through job posting on SDYS website.SDYS offers a comprehensive benefits package to full time employees that includes generous PTO, personal holidays, health, vision, dental, life insurance, parental leave and a 403(b)-retirement plan with matching contribution.SDYS is a Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) eligible Employer.Candidates must be able to follow all the guidelines provided by the agency, government, and health authorities to maintain safety and health when the job requires physical presence and/or contact with others during the COVID-19 pandemic, including the submission of proof of vaccination as mandated by the California Public Health Order. The successful candidate will need to submit verification of vaccination or have a valid religious or medical reason not to be vaccinated. SDYS is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. In compliance with the Immigration and Nationality Act as amended, all new employees must verify their eligibility to work in the United States.

Keywords: San Diego Youth Services, San Diego , Licensed Clinical Supervisor, Accounting, Auditing , San Diego, California

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