Evening Clinical Supervisor
The Evening Clinical Supervisor supports Cumberland Heights’ mission of transforming lives, giving hope and healing to those affected by alcohol and drug addiction.
The Evening Clinical Supervisor is responsible for management of the continuum of care and services on the evening shift for the assigned area of responsibility. The assigned area of responsibility may be over a specific program(s) or for the entire residential site as assigned by the Chief Clinical Officer or designee.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:
1. Works with Clinical Directors and Coordinators to maintain staff coverage for residential programs during the evening shift, shifting resources as clinical needs require
2. Supervises the implementation of the patient schedule, including in house Twelve Step meetings and special events.
3. Facilitates team reports, as well as ongoing communication, with senior staff in residential programs to ensure continuity of care, including collaboration with admissions and nursing services.
4. Provides clinical supervision for clinical staff within the scope of practice as defined by licensure and clinical privileges
5. Facilitates individual, group and family counseling sessions within the scope of practice as defined by licensure and clinical privileges as needed.
6. Coordinates and directly intervenes in clinical crisis situations as needed, communicating with off-site clinical leadership as required.
7. Problem solves customer complaints and risk management issues, reporting events to supervisor and the Quality Management department as needed.
8. Directs emergency code and disaster response for residential clinical services until more senior staff arrive, working closely with nursing supervisor and security officer in charge.
9. Provides report to Clinical Directors and Coordinators re: key shift activity.
10. Performs CPR and First Aid, and CPI, as needed.
11. Documents pertinent clinical information into the electronic patient record.
12. Ensures that a welcoming, safe and healing environment is maintained for each patient and family throughout the continuum of care.
13. Recommends ways to improve the quality and delivery of services.
14. Maintains confidentiality of company and patient information.
15. Reacts productively to change.
16. Performs other duties as assigned.
This position provides direct clinical supervision for all staff within assigned area. This position participates in initial and ongoing staff development training, as well as providing feedback for performance evaluations. In addition, this position may work closely with clinical management in matters of corrective action.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
LADAC required with Master’s Degree preferred or LPC-MSHP, LCSW, or equivalent licensure; five (5) years of clinical experience with two (2) years supervisory experience strongly preferred; and/or experience in job related activities.
Ability to lift up to 20 pounds; ability to push/pull up to 100 pounds; ability to speak, hear, see, sit, walk, climb, stoop and kneel; ability to speak, read and write in English; excellent problem-solving, analytical and interpersonal skills; excellent written and oral communication skills; ability to function within as well as lead a team; thorough familiarity with addiction and Twelve Step treatment philosophy as well as ability to teach and model same; organizational skills for managing and prioritizing multiple tasks and assignments; ability to use Microsoft Word, Outlook and ability to learn clinical software packages; knowledge of and ability to apply information regarding cultural/age/population specific characteristics to patient care in assigned area; ability to interface effectively with all levels of the organization; CPR, First Aid and crisis prevention/intervention certified or eligible; ability to de-escalate individual(s) in crisis in a calm and supportive manner and to teach same. If recovering from addiction, one year of recovery required with five years preferred.
Position is in a campus type residential setting in which frequent movement from building to building and outside on the grounds is required, as well as in an office setting. Position is in contact with potentially volatile individuals who may require additional safety precautions. Position is subject to shift work outside of normal business hours.
Discussed during interview
How to Apply
Visit our website @Cumberlandheights.org
- Date Posted: March 8, 2021
- Type: Full-Time
- Job Function: Clinician
- Service Area: Health (Physical, Mental)