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Clinical & Site Supervisor/LMFT or LCSW

JOB SUMMARY:

Under the supervision of the Family Based Services (FBS) Program Director, the Clinical and Site Supervisor is responsible for providing clinical individual and group supervision to staff who are registered with the Board of Behavioral Sciences and additional staff per contract requirements. The Site Supervisor supervises two Assistant Directors, and is the point person for matters related to the SPA 6 Crenshaw District office.

ESSENTIAL CLINICAL SUPERVISOR JOB DUTIES:

  • Meets individually with each staff member and intern weekly to provide clinical supervision.
  • Conducts weekly group supervisions for no more than eight (8) staff in a group.
  • Ensures supervisees are meeting the performance expectations and standards of their position.
  • Provides direct feedback to supervisees regarding their Department of Mental Health (DMH) documentation.
  • Works with the FBS Program Director and Assistant Directors to ensure that the staff’s training needs are addressed.
  • Through example and consultation with staff, guides them to develop creative interventions for youth.
  • Ensures that documentation meets Medi-Cal requirements.
  • Reviews and co-signs assessments and treatment plans.
  • Designated as the administrative lead, oversees clinical efficiency and fidelity to the model(s) of an evidence-based practice(s) (EBP).
  • Develops and implements clinical trainings and support.
  • Monitors and measures client progress against treatment plans and stated goals as it applies to mental health documentation.
  • Participates as an LPS designee in 5150 involuntary psychiatric holds.

ESSENTIAL SITE SUPERVISOR JOB DUTIES:

  • Coordinates with the Fralin Management Group and handles matters such as maintenance and housekeeping related to the SPA 6 Crenshaw District office.
  • Ensures supervisees are meeting the performance expectations and standards of their position.
  • Provides direct feedback to supervisees regarding their Department of Mental Health (DMH) documentation.
  • Participates in the interviewing and hiring of staff.
  • Participates in the FBS on-call rotation.
  • Works with the FBS Program Director and Assistant Directors to ensure that the staff’s training needs are addressed.
  • Coordinates and attends staffings with DCFS and Probation.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • LMFT or LCSW with 2 years post-licensure experience.
  • Five years’ experience in working in the mental health field with children and their families.
  • Certified or qualified to become a Lanterman-Petris-Short (LPS) Act Designee.
  • Strong clinical skills.
  • Knowledge of crisis intervention, documentation, and multicultural and socio-economic issues.
  • Trained and Certified in an Evidenced Based Practice (EBP).
  • Some evening and field work will be required.
  • Good oral, written, and organizational skills.
  • Physical ability to perform Pro-ACT, administer first aid/CPR and operate an Agency motor vehicle.
  • Requires possession of reliable automobile and a valid California Driver’s License as well as a driving record acceptable to the agency’s insurance carrier.
  • Must maintain and provide proof of automotive liability insurance coverage.
  • Ability to independently use a computer and the ability to learn necessary computer programs.
  • Bilingual and bicultural skills in Spanish preferred.
  • Ability to receive and implement constructive feedback.
  • St. Anne’s values the dignity and worth of every person we serve. Employees are expected to support children’s emotional and social development by encouraging understanding of others and promoting positive self-concepts. All employees must have the ability to treat those served by our agency in a caring and respectful manner, mindful of individual differences and cultural, ethnic, and socioeconomic diversity.
  • As providers of social services, St. Anne’s employees work with clients dealing with complex emotional and mental health issues, many of whom are facing significant personal crises on a daily basis. Employees must remain aware of any personal emotions, transference, and/or countertransference that may hinder the ability to remain professional. As such, employees are expected to maintain composure as well has sustaining healthy and appropriate professional boundaries during all interactions and crisis situations, implement a self-care plan, and utilize crisis communication to deescalate client crisis and prevent any serious bodily injury or harm.

HOW TO APPLY

Internal Candidates (who have been in their current position for at least six months) may submit a Transfer Request Form to Human Resources.

Standard Mail
St. Anne’s – Human Resources
155 N. Occidental Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90026
Fax: (213) 385-1533

Via email: resume@stannes.org

You may send your resume as a part of the body of your e-mail or attach it as a Microsoft Word document or PDF file.

Once a resume or application is submitted to St. Anne’s it is screened and processed. PLEASE DO NOT CALL to inquire about the status of your resume. If you are deemed a good fit for any of our current openings, we will contact you for an interview.

Please note, St. Anne’s conducts a physical, including tuberculosis and drug screen; fingerprinting and background check which includes Child Abuse Index, FBI and Department of Justice, as well as reference checks.

Thank you for your interest in St. Anne’s!

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