The Care Coordinator Supervisor is responsible for providing on-going clinical supervision to Care Coordinators.
A qualified mental health professional (QMHP) with population specific experience; or
A qualified addiction professional (QAP) with population specific experience; or
An individual meeting the qualifications of a Care Coordinator with an additional three years of experience providing
community support services to individuals with mental illness or substance use disorders in accordance with the
community support key service functions. Experience is specific to the adult or child/youth/adolescent population the
individual will be supervising
Core Job Duties
Complete comprehensive assessments, treatment plans, quarterly functional assessment update, crisis intervention.
Use management strategies that focus on person(s)-served outcomes, care coordination, collaboration and
communication with other service providers both within and external to FCC Behavioral Health
Provide training/supervising of staff, guidance and feedback, field mentoring and oversight of services.
Monitor and review services, interventions and contacts with person(s)-served; evaluate effectiveness of services.
Adherence to all applicable evidence-based practice models.
Orally communicate information effectively and accurately.
Assure program operates within the constraints of the agency’s certification (CARF, DMH) standards and strategic plan
related to clinical care.
Abide by program and agency policies and procedures
Other job duties and special projects as assigned.
Core Competencies/Working Knowledge
Motivational Interviewing, Stage Wise Treatment, Zero Suicide Initiative, Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring
Demonstrate a working knowledge of diagnostic criteria sets for substance use and/or mental disorders.
Demonstrate leadership (Willingness to lead, take charge and offer opinions and direction).
Demonstrate corporate vision in day-to-day activities
Demonstrate corporate values in day-to-day activities (Excellence, Integrity, Compassion, Commitment, and
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