- Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
This clinical supervisor is responsible for overseeing and developing The Strawbridge School’s clinical department, including Therapists, Speech-Language Pathologists, and Occupational Therapists, through tasks such as hiring, evaluating, scheduling, and supervision. They may also take on responsibility for managing clinical programs in community schools. The clinical supervisor must come up with strategies to allow for continued growth of the school’s clinical and related services and provide clinical training to the school therapists and staff. The clinical supervisor is also responsible to administer and manage the clinical and medical services and documentation congruent with the Board of Child Care’s mission, philosophy, standard operating policies and procedures and performance goals.What is this company? Board of who?
Board of Child Care (BCC) is not a federal or state agency. It is an independent not-for-profit organization that serves over 1,000 children annually across 12 locations. You would join about 800 teammates across DC, MD, PA, and WV that empower youth and their families to flourish within their community.What does this job do specifically?
- Provide administrative guidance and, as needed, clinical supervision to school clinical personnel, including Therapists, Speech-Language Pathologists, and Occupational Therapists, including completion of accompanying documentation, with a focus on performance, outcomes, and professional development.
- Recommend hiring and termination of school clinical personnel to ensure sufficient professional staff to meet Board of Child Care’s standards of care and performance outcomes, MSDE, COMAR and accreditation service standards.
- Ensure that clinical, speech-language pathology (SLP), and occupational therapy (OT) services are trauma-informed and aligned with BCC’s purpose and values.
- Lead Strawbridge clinical team meetings on an at least biweekly basis.
- Actively participate in departmental and interdepartmental meetings, as required, including Strawbridge admin team meetings and behavioral health program meetings such as the clinical supervisors’ group and co-occurring program calls.
- Assure that clinical policies, procedures, and records, including Strawbridge clinical charts in their entirety, are consistent with the COMAR, MSDE, and MA regulations.
- Monitor effectively the development, implementation and outcomes of clinical, SLP, & OT services, including intake assessments, individual education plans, treatment/discharge plans and reviews.
- Serve as a liaison between Strawbridge School and BCC’s medical team, to include Medical Director, psychiatrist(s), Clinical Administrative Assistant, and Health Suite.
- Assure that IEP and treatment/discharge plans are individualized, have strengths and services needs clearly identified, and include interdisciplinary treatment goals that are developed in behaviorally measurable terms.
- Oversee completion of all MA billing related matters in a collaborative way with the finance department.
- Maintain primary responsibility for compliance of Strawbridge behavioral health client records and lead preparations for and response to internal and external audits of those records.
- Coordinate integration of clinical, SLP, & OT services to support the treatment provided by the care team and improve clinical workflows to maximize outcomes.
- Support departmental transformation efforts by leading clinical initiatives in areas such as coordination of care, transition planning, family and community engagement, and behavioral interventions.
- Assist with the planning and development of new programs under the direction of the Director of Behavioral Health Services.
- Learn and implement evidence-based practices selected by the organization, which may include attending on- or off-site training, providing ongoing supervision, consultation, and/or continuing education to staff delivering the services, committing to oversight of the practice as expected by BCC, following practice guidelines with fidelity, and managing fidelity monitoring.
- Organize materials and schedule and coordinate various aspects of program.
- Oversee clinical and related services in accordance with COMAR, MSDE, and MA regulations, including but not limited to tracking of make-up sessions, reporting necessary make-up sessions to local school representatives, and completing monthly clinical supervision and supervision documentation for Therapeutic Behavior Aides.
- Perform responsibilities as requested by the Director of Education.
- Serve as a collaborative member of the Strawbridge School’s administrative leadership team.
- Assist in identifying professional development needs for clinical personnel.
- Effectively plan for the development, implementation, and coordination of orientation and in-service training that relate to clinical services.
- Assist in identifying professional development needs for school staff and supporting and/or delivering professional training.
- Write clear, concise, comprehensive reports.
- Maintain working relationships with students, their families, staff, and colleagues.
Required Education and Experience
- Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or a related field from an accredited college or university.
- Current LCSW-C or LCPC Maryland State License.
- The ability to offer clinical supervision.
- The ability to obtain MSDE School Social Worker Certification.
Preferred Education and Experience
- Minimum five (5) years post graduate experience in a school, residential, or clinical setting.
- Experience in a leadership and/or clinical supervisor role.
- Experience providing therapeutic services to children and families.
- Experience with the treatment of co-occurring and/or substance use disorders.
- Certification as a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP), or equivalent.
What are my next steps?
Drug screen and background check required.
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The Board of Child Care is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity. All eligible candidates, regardless of personal characteristics, are encouraged to apply for vacancies as appropriate.
Our goal is to build a bridge leading to independence, success and confidence for children facing adverse life circumstances. When they leave us, we want them prepared to meet the world and to live healthy, productive lives.
You can see a full list of offered benefits, open jobs, and interviews with current employees at www.boardofchildcare.org/careers
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The Board of Child Care is a nonprofit organization that is enriching communities, one family at a time. We serve youth and their families across the Mid-Atlantic. Our goal is to build a bridge leading to independence, success and confidence for children facing adverse life circumstances. When they leave us, we want them prepared to meet the world and to live healthy, productive lives. You can see a full list of offered benefits, open jobs, and interviews with current employees at www.boardofchildcare.org/careers