Clinical Manager needed in San Leandro

Berkeley, CA 94704

Employment Type: Full-Time Direct Hire Category: Program Director, Program Manager Job Number: 6154

Job Description

We are hiring for a Clinical Manager in San Leandro.
The Clinical Program Manager will play a crucial role in supervising behavioral health clinicians performing assessment and crisis response for those in psychiatric and substance-induced distress in Alameda County. CATT aims to avoid harm to the individual in crisis by intervening in person-centered and trauma-informed ways and attend to the immediate needs of the person in crisis. The Clinical Program Manager role will work in a 12-hour shift, three / four days per week schedule that will include weekend days. Clinical Program Managers will work as a team to ensure at least one is available over the phone throughout all shifts worked by the Behavioral Health Clinicians. Clinical Program Managers also participate in the field to shadow and observe clinical work, as well as work in place of a clinician who is on vacation or unable to report for their shift.


Primary Responsibilities
  • Work in 12-hour shifts to share responsibility with another clinical manager to maintain immediate availability to consult, problem solve, and answer questions by phone to provide clinical supervision to the clinicians providing direct crisis response in real-time.
  • Provide weekly group and individual supervision to SCU Behavioral Health Clinicians (BBS or BOP registered and licensed,) on culturally responsive, trauma-informed, gender-responsive, and person-centered mental health and substance use crisis assessment, intervention, de-escalation, and appropriate follow up.
  • Periodically shadow supervisees on the job and will work with them directly, providing feedback on their service approach and performance.
  • Instruct and supervise clinicians to assess for suicidality, homicidal intent, violence risk, grave disability, and substance use using appropriate measurements.

Qualifications and Requirements
  • Licensed (for at least two years) with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (LCSW, LMFT, LPCC) and have completed BBS-required training to be an approved supervisor.
  • 2 years of clinical experience providing assessment, psychotherapy, and clinical consultation services in a community-based setting.
  • 1 year of program development or management with mental health or crisis agencies or similar experience.
If you are interested in further information, please send the most updated copy of your resume and a good time to call you to


Meet Your Recruiter

Brooke Olson
National Recruiting Manager

Recruiting is a great way to combine two fields that I love — human resources and human services. I believe that my knowledge of the human services field helps me so much in my position as a behavioral health recruiter. I am truly able to understand what client companies are looking for in a candidate, and in turn, I can help job candidates locate a job they love.
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