Job Description Multipurpose substance abuse counselor responsible for various tasks at long term Drug and Alcohol Treatment Facility
Job Title: Clinical Supervisor
Direct Supervisor: Clinical Director
Job Summary: This is a clinical position providing various tasks and responsibilities for clients of Crestview Recovery. This position requires a knowledge and experience in addictions and mental health with the ability to make a diagnosis, work with medical staff and complete vital information for clinical intakes. The Clinical Supervisor will assist the Clinical Director with chart audits, scheduling, complete Bio-Psych-Social Intake Assessments for new clients, facilitate various psycho educations groups, and assist in crisis intervention. The Clinical Supervisor will also be responsible for supervising Crestview’s contract clinical staff. The Clinical Supervisor will keep the Clinical Director, Primary Therapists and Case Managers informed on any issues/problems with any clients and perform all documentation in accord with state licensing requirements and Joint Commission accreditation requirements.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- The Clinical Supervisor completes clinical intake assessments for new clients
- Responsible for conducting therapy groups as needed.
- Documents progress notes in client files following each group session.
- Assist Clinical Director with chart audits that keep charting in compliance with State and Joint Commission standards
- Assist Clinical Director with setting weekly treatment and staff schedules
- Maintains contact with Clinical Director and Medical Director regarding individuals' progress.
- Supervision of all contracted Clinical staff
- Responsible for attending and participating in mandatory weekly staff meetings to discuss client care and all aspects of treatment.
- Knowledge of policy and procedure manual relating to program protocol.
- Clinical Supervisor performs and maintains professional abilities in the following areas:
- Maintain and adhere to all Federal, State, and County regulations regarding client confidentiality and staff code of ethics.
- Continuous training in areas where needed, attendance at seminars, continue earning CEUs.
- Crisis intervention—recognizing emotional stress and utilizing resources to resolve problems.
- Client education—provide current alcohol/drug information and available resources to clients, groups, and families.
- Will assess the client’s case management needs and incorporate those needs, goals and objectives in the treatment plan and utilize appropriate staff or referral sources to satisfy client’s needs.
- Other duties as assigned
- Have degree and valid license in Psychology, Counseling, Mental Health, Professional Counseling, Social Work and/or Marriage and Family therapy. (This position will allow 6 months from hire date for the therapist to obtain a Oregon License.)
- Additionally it is preferable that the incumbent have Drug and Alcohol counseling certificate in Oregon CADC-II or CADC III ideally, or any other license or certification relating to the chemical dependency field issued in the state of Oregon.
- Minimum of two (2) years previous experience in the addiction field.
- Ability to prioritize and provide appropriate treatment protocols.
- Maintains current certification for this position:
- First Aid
- Trauma Informed Training
- Must have at least two (2) years clean and sober if self-disclosing as a person in recovery.