11301 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90073
The primary role of the Clinical Supervisor is to provide ongoing management and oversight of case management personnel who are providing services and support to the Veteran’ s Bridge Home Clients. The Clinical Supervisor will supervise a staff of Case Managers who are providing structured case management services including: developing Individual Service Plans; assessing psychosocial and environmental needs; formulating case-management treatment goals; conducting high-risk screening, psychosocial assessment and treatment planning with Veteran clients and their families.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Provide clinical oversight of program assessment and services provided by the Case Managers to residents to ensure the qualify of the services and to ensure that services meet or exceed regulatory guidelines.
- Oversee the delivery of program services to residents, oversees the development, implementation, and review of treatment plans to address issues of homelessness, mental illness and substance abuse.
- Ensure that program staff meets clinical benchmarks for quality care and productivity in accordance with contractual obligations and VA requirements.
- Ensure that all relevant program staff provides timely, accurate and clear documentation according to established policies ad procedures; review and approve all treatment plans and case notes as required by established VA policies and procedures.
- Develop and provide ongoing clinical staff development, sharing clinical knowledge and enhancing the skills of direct reports. Related duties include establishing/revising clinical practice policy, case conferencing, individual and group supervision.
- Train program personnel as necessary in treatment protocols, diagnostic and bio-psychosocial assessment, interpretation, and formulation. Train and provide ongoing guidance to staff on clinical intervention strategies, treatment planning and behavioral health screenings as necessary toward ensuring excellent service delivery standards.
- Ensure the utilization of best and evidence-based approaches to mental health care consistent with health/mental health integration, rehabilitation and recovery, wellness, treatment adherence, and housing goals.
- Interpret relevant clinical information to resolve problems, imparting these skills unto staff; effectively balances considerations and alternatives to make sound decisions.
- Accurately and expediently document all services rendered in an electronic health record system; must have good computer proficiency.
- Participate in daily, weekly and ad-hoc team meetings, individual and group supervision sessions, seminars and trainings as scheduled.
- Provide culturally competent services in accordance with company policies.
- Handle confidential materials in a responsible manner.
- Handle unexpected situations by responding effectively to challenges, deadlines and emergencies; copes adequately with stress on the job.
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Psychologist, or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor.
- At least three (3) years of relevant experience.
- Continuum of Care and Coordinated Entry System experience, preferred.
- HMIS (Homeless Management Information System) experience, preferred.
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