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Clinical Supervisor - Targeted Case Management (TCM)

Mental Health Resources
Saint Paul, MN
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description

 

Mental Health Resources, Inc.

Fostering hope, health and recovery for people affected by mental illness and substance use disorder.


 
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Mental Health Resources, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. We embrace diversity, inclusion, and take a person-centered care approach to the population we serve. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran.

 

 To protect the health of all of our staff and the people we serve, effective January 1, 2022, all individuals must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by the date they begin employment, and must provide proof of their vaccination status within three days of starting, unless they have an MHR-approved vaccination exemption and accommodation.  A request for a vaccination exemption/accommodation must be approved by MHR before a person begins employment.  

CLINICAL SUPERVISOR - TARGETED CASE MANAGEMENT 

Saint Paul (Transfer Road Office)

 

 

$2,000 SIGNING BONUS 



 4-day work week option available agency-wide by 1/1/2023   


Pay starting at $73,820.50/year with increases based on education/experience

 

The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for ensuring the Rule 79 supervision requirements are carried out for the provision of high-quality efficacious treatment services to the consumers served by MHR TCM teams. 


MAIN DUITIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Supervise program staff to ensure effective services to clients

Provide clinical consultation and Rule 79 supervision to both individual and group, guidance with the case coordination process and assessment of appropriate levels of care and services needed

  • Assist direct service staff with assessing and managing client risk and consultation regarding crisis situations as needed
  • Review diagnostic assessments, functional assessments, ICSP/IFCSP’s, ITP’s and progress notes to ensure quality of client care and compliance with regulatory standards
  • Complete diagnostic assessments and Rule 25 assessments as needed
  • Provide ongoing coaching, training, support, mentoring and supervision in an atmosphere for open communication to ensure case managers and team leaders understand their roles and performance expectations
  • Review and evaluate the performance of case managers and team leader in accordance of MHR policy and procedures
  • Identify and address training needs of direct service and supervisory staff with regard to crisis intervention, compliance and regulatory standards, documentation standards, best practices, and other clinical topics; develop and conduct training as needed
  • Be responsive to stakeholders’ concerns when quality of care is compromised by direct staff or agency practices
  • Provide administrative and clinical management to other programs as assigned
  • Promote, support, and advance the Agency’s commitment to diversity
  • Participate in the development of the strategic plan, annual program budgets, plan of work, and developing and revising forms and procedures 
  • Promote teamwork, agency goals, norms of best practice in clinical supervision across programs and provide education on program services to referral resources
  • Work with agency, county and state entities in order to understand existing mandates and respond to new mandates to include developing and implementing plans to train staff and integrate Evidence-Based Practices
  • Complete requested reports or analyses in a timely manner
  • Work collaboratively with external providers and agencies as appropriate
  • Assist with the overseeing of the completion of assigned reports and data collection 
  • Ensure that client records are kept in accordance with agency standards and data privacy requirements and maintain accurate records that document supervision of staff in accordance with MHR policies and State law
     

MINIMUM EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

  • Master’s degree in human services and three years of experience in related positions; OR a combination of education and experience providing equivalent knowledge
  • Licensed as a mental health professional in the State of Minnesota

 

BENEFITS OFFERED BY MHR:

  • MHR is always looking for candidates who are bilingual. Receive a $1,000 salary bonus for passing the language proficiency exam!
  • Intensive two-week initial orientation program AND on-going in-house training program
  • iPhone, laptop computer, and Wi-Fi provided for all community-based staff
  • Health insurance (including family health coverage) with employee costs in the top 6% of most affordable health care options. Competitive dental insurance.
  • Automatic enrollment in retirement plan after 1 year with a 3% employer contribution
  • 9 paid holidays and 28 days accrued PTO during your first year
  • Annual merit-based salary increases
  • Schedule primarily Monday-Friday day hours
  • MHR is committed to working towards racial equity and combating racism
  • MHR is a tobacco free workplace promoting health & wellness for the individuals we serve and our employees
  • Up to 8 hours of clinical supervision per month provided toward LICSW, LCSW, LPC, and LPCC licensure
  • $73,820.50/year starting salary increased based on education/experience


Mental Health Resources

Address

Saint Paul, MN
55114 USA

Industry

Healthcare

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