Job Title: Clinical Supervisor/Outpatient, Wooster
Hours: 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday
Reports To: Network Coordinator and/or Clinical Director
Direct Reports: Clinical Therapist
Essential Tasks, Duties, and Responsibilities:
- Coordinates activities related to School Based Counseling Programs in Wayne County. (10% Importance Rating/5% of Time Spent).
- Helps with intake, referrals, and placement of youth. (5% Importance Rating/5% of Time Spent).
- Reviews and approves Individual Service Plans and Individual Service Plan updates. (10% Importance Rating/15% of Time Spent).
- Provides onsite school-based counseling as well as family, and group therapy, and crisis counseling, to clients on his/her caseload according to each client’s needs/abilities. This includes assessing a client’s therapeutic needs/strengths and establishing a therapeutic relationship while utilizing interventions that will enhance his overall functioning. (25% Importance Rating/35% of Time Spent)
- Completes appropriate documentation and paperwork including, but not limited to progress notes after each therapy session, monthly/ninety day reports, referrals, terminations, transfers and ISPs. Serves as a contact point for school representatives, families, agencies, and court, engaging in correspondence and communicating information within the confines of The Village Network’s confidentiality policies and procedures. (25% Importance Rating/20% of Time Spent)
- Facilitates case management by designing, writing, and coordinating individual treatment plans for each client. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, reading/analyzing materials and reports from outside organizations, discussing with staff the progress of the client, revision of plans in order to ensure the best possible care, directing workers on how treatment plans should be implemented, monitoring compliance with the plans, attend school IEP meetings, conduct weekly team meetings, and attending group meetings to discuss treatment. Interviews, evaluates, and participates in the decision process regarding new candidates to The Village Network. (25% Importance Rating/20% of Time Spent)
- Performs other duties as required.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Ability to use a computer; familiarity with Microsoft Office products and Electronic Health Record (EHR).
- Master’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling; LISW or LPCC licensure with supervisory designation preferred.
- Valid Ohio Driver’s License and maintains a driving record that allows that individual to be insurable with the insurance company providing The Village Network with vehicle insurance. Travel required for home visits.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills; strong time management and organizational skills; crisis management skills required.
The Village Network
Why Work Here?At The Village Network, one of Ohio’s leading private community services, residential treatment, and treatment foster care providers, our goal is to make a difference in the lives of children and teens through the highest quality of service possible. By joining our organization, you can help us achieve our goal, and make a positive difference in the lives of our community’s most precious asset, our future, our youth.
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