The Clinical supervisor delivers primary counseling services, facilitates clinical and psycho-educational group sessions; provides information and referral services, and carries out special projects as assigned; in addition, they provide weekly supervision for additional elementary school clinicians in the school based clinical services program and oversee daily program operations.
We are looking for a clinical supervisor to serve in our elementary school based clinical services program (Full time 10 months). These services include individual mental health, healthy youth development and group counseling as well as providing supportive services and psychoeducational/social emotional learning programming within the school setting.
Essential Job Functions:
- Delivers primary short term individual, group, and family counseling services.
- Prepares and presents age appropriate psychoeducational / educational/social emotional learning programs to school and community groups.
- Provides information, referral, and consultation to schools, parents, and the community.
- Provides weekly supervision to 2 clinical staff
- Oversee basic daily operations for the elementary school based program
- Manages crises
- Links youth to community resources and services
- Assists with the development and evaluation of program services.
- Maintains charts and statistics on all case activity, events, and presentations. Submit monthly activity reports to Administrative Assistant.
- Participates in regular clinical supervision, group supervision, and staff meetings.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Foundation of clinical skills regarding mental health and substance use issues.
- Experienced in responding appropriately to clinical crises
- Excellent verbal communication skills, including one-on-one, public speaking, and informative presentations.
- Ability to facilitate psycho-educational groups, manage classroom behavior, and engage large audiences of various ages.
- Excellent written communication skills, including charting clinical activity and the ability to contribute to newsletters, curriculum development, and grant applications.
- Responsible, dependable, self-disciplined, takes initiative and always strives to exceed expectations.
- Good interpersonal skills, cultural competence, and ability to work with diverse populations, including young children, adolescents, parents, professionals, and older adults.
- Knowledge of schools and other community agencies and systems.
- Ability to work well independently, as part of a team, and in diverse professional and community environments.
- Well organized and adaptable, with attention to detail and creativity.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs, as well as ability to conduct on-line research.
Education and Experiences:
Must hold a Master’s Degree, in the fields of social work or counseling. Clinical License required. Clinical mental health treatment experience required, as well as experience working with children, their families, and various populations in the community. Must pursue ongoing mental health and addictions training and education. Bilingual preferred.
Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this position. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.
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Why Work Here?The Wellspring Center for Prevention (formerly NCADD of Middlesex County, Inc.) is a non-profit, community-based health organization providing prevention, education, information, and referral services to county residents, businesses, schools, faith-based organizations, municipal alliances, and social service agencies since 1980.
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