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Clinical Supervisor - Residential Services

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41 Wight St
Belfast, ME 04915
Job Description

Clinical supervisor oversees the treatment work implemented by the clinicians in the program . Oversees the clinician’s work in assessment , treatment planning and service delivery , and documentation and accountability. Also holds clinical responsibility for the clinical aspects of the treatment milieu.
• Oversees treatment work of program clinical staff to ensure responsiveness to client need.
• Oversees possibly the referral, admission and intake/interview process for client admission.
• Provides regularly scheduled and on the spot clinical supervision to program clinicians and communicates supervision activities to Clinical Director.
• Identifies and implements or arranges for needed clinical staff development programs, in collaboration with Clinical Director.
• Evaluate clinical staff performance through direct observation of clinical practice and feedback from staff, clients and community providers and works with the staff to enhance overall performance.
• Ensures completion of all required clinical service documentation by clinical staff, including authorization requirements for APS.
• Provides program supervision, education, clinical direction and support to clinical staff to ensure the delivery of the highest quality of care, the maintenance of a safe and therapeutic service environment and the maintenance of client dignity and confidentiality in all service delivery.

• Masters degree in professional clinical discipline.

• Hold independent licensure.
• Valid driver’s license.

• Preferred clinical experience in the program will supervise.
• Preferred supervisory experience.
• Strong knowledge base in systems/family therapy.
• Strong clinical skills in assessment, treatment interventions, and documentation.
• Excellent computer skills and navigation of the electronic records system.
• Experience with APS funding preferred.

• Provide professional leadership to a multi-disciplinary team, collaborate and organize effectively, and understand and work with complex systems.
• Through leadership, behavioral example and policy, establishes a program culture of mutual support and program services.
• Communicates ideas and opinions in a clear and constructive manner, both verbally and in writing.
• Uses listening skills, flexible collaboration and a consistent problem solving focus in working to resolve differences with colleagues, peers and clients.

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