Title: Clinical Supervisor
Supervisor: Director of CVSS
Function: The clinical supervisor, under the direction of the CVSS Director will provide individual supervision to the clinical staff, carry a caseload and provide trauma informed care to victims of crime.
Enthusiastically supports, practices and communicates agencies Mission and Statement of Values.
Our mission is to help families and individuals help themselves through direct services, collaboration, and advocacy.
Our Agency Values
Integrity - Being Honest And Trustworthy
Compassion – Extending Empathy And Understanding To Others
Hope - Believing In The Strength Of The Human Spirit And Heart, To Emerge And Thrive In The Face Of Challenge
Diversity – Promoting A Vison Of Community Comprised Of Wide-Ranging Assets
Respect - Treating All Individuals With Dignity And Without Judgement
Community - Recognizing And Reinforcing The Importance Of Our World As Being Comprised Of People Of Differing Strengths And Perspectives
Justice – Promoting Social And Economic Equity And Fairness
Quality – Striving For Excellence In Every Aspect Of Our Work
Requirements: Current licensure as LCSW by the New York State Department of Education. Minimum of three years of clinical supervisory experience post licensure. Professional training in trauma informed care or equivalent experience. Ability to work evenings from 11 AM – 7 PM. Knowledgeable of domestic violence, sexual assault and other crime victimization experience working with adults and children. SIFI preferred and knowledge of vicarious trauma.
• Maintain an individual caseload and provide clients with short-term individual and/or group therapy. Assist in preparing clients for court testimony.
• Maintain case records, documenting all client contacts and meeting deadlines for required paperwork and review clinical records of supervisees.
• Review clinical team biopsychosocial plan (treatment plans) & professional assessments for case closing.
• Provide weekly clinical individual and group supervision to clinicians.
• Assist with the pre-intake, intake, and screening of new clients and client assignment.
• Formulate treatment plan for individual clients and modify treatment plans on an on-going basis to reflect the client’s behavior changes because of treatment.
• Provide training on issues related to trauma and behavioral health & stay current with CEU’s as well as identify training needs.
• Coordinate client’s treatment with other agencies such as schools, social services, probation, etc.
• Prepare clients for the completion of treatment.
• Other duties as assigned based upon program needs.
• Track & Monitor clinical supervision hours for supervisees & interns.
• Participate in other agency meetings as necessary.
• Meet with CVSS director for weekly supervision.
• Facilitate clinical case consultation when needed.
• Experience working in a non-profit, human services setting with a diverse population.
• Two years of experience preferred working with trauma informed therapy.
• Excellent communication skills both verbal and written.
• Excellent attention to detail and strong organizational skills
• Strong computer skills including working knowledge of email, word and excel.
• Evidence base practice in treatment modalities with EMDR, creative arts & play therapy a plus.
• Ability to be flexible and think outside of the box
Other Requirements: Candidate will be required to undergo a full criminal background check prior to execution of contractual agreement to hiring.
Work Environment: We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis or race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability. There will be office and travel to community partner sites if necessary.