Acadia Healthcare's Community Care Services is seeking a Clinical Supervisor to join the program's Behavioral Health Home and School-Based Therapy departments. This full-time, salaried position will initially be shared between both programs, providing administrative and clinical oversight to six school-based clinicians and clinical oversight to a caseload of 8-10 Behavioral Health Coordinators (Case Managers), with an eventual full-time role in one department once program growth supports this transition. This position will be primarily remote, working from one's home and occasional visits to Acadia offices and the public schools we serve. This position is an added position due to program growth and will be joining a strong team of thee Clinical Supervisors already in practice.
The primary role of this position is to develop and ensure the delivery of high quality treatment and to provide clinical direction and supervision to clinicians (e.g. LCSW's, LCPC's, etc.) to ensure that services are 1) patient centered 2) aligned with Northern Light Acadia Hospital/Healthcare clinical philosophies, 3) evidence-based and 4) outcome-informed.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker by the Maine State Board of Social Work or Psychologist licensed by the Maine Board of Examiners in Psychology or Licensed Professional Counselor by the Maine Board of Professional Counselors.
Five years experience in healthcare-based or hospital-based clinical treatment services and/or clinical supervision preferred
Skills Knowledge/Abilities required:
Maintains core competencies of self-management, reflective practice, collaboration, systems thinking, initiative,ability to exercise independent judgement and flexibility.
Ability to read, interpret and respond to program-specific and organizational financial metrics.
Ability to design, implement and use program operational and clinician quality metrics to consistently monitor program fidelity.
Capable of planning, implementing and managing change effectively.
Demonstrates leadership and accountability in developing and managing clinical programs.
Demonstrates the ability to synthesize and interpret patient outcome data for patterns/trends to inform decision making about programmatic modifications and clinical interventions.
Exudes strong leadership skills and the ability to organize and provide clinical direction and supervision to all assigned clinicians.
Adapts supervisory model to match professional development needs of assigned clinicians.
Specializes in establishing, training and monitoring clinical documentation content that reflects high-quality patient care including but not limited to psychiatric evaluations, psychosocial assessments, treatment plans and progress notes.
Possesses a vast clinical knowledge base about the population served in their program area(s).
Internal Number: 72671
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