Details: $45 per hour, approximately 10 hours per week
District of Columbia
The Clinical Supervisor provides weekly clinical supervision and consultation to the Wanda Alston Foundation Case Manager, Operations Manager and intern. The Clinical Supervisor delivers trauma-informed and strengths based guidance during clinical supervision to the Case Manager and other staff working directly with the residents of the Wanda Alston Foundation to best support person-centered case management services and support. The Clinical Supervisor provides staff development training to all Wanda Alston Foundation staff on clinical issues such as trauma informed crisis response, professional boundaries with youth, and best practices in providing support services to youth. The Clinical Supervisor works to enhance the staff’s skills and to empower youth engaged in Wanda Alston Foundation services and programming. The Clinical Supervisor meets with program residents, as needed, to address acute or crisis level mental health needs and assists the Case Manager in specific support of residents with higher-level needs. The Clinical Supervisor provides on-call crisis support outside of work hours.
· Provides weekly 1-hour clinical supervision to Wanda Alston Foundation case manager and operations manager.
· Meets with residents as needed to address acute or crisis mental health care issues.
· Assist Case Manager with service provision, including meeting with other service providers, as needed for clients with acute and elevated needs.
· Responsible for the oversight and auditing of client documentation and clinical/case management paper and clinical records.
· Attend/participate in outside community and agency meetings.
· Consult and create program policy related to clinical issues and clinical supervision.
· Provide on-call coverage every other weekend in rotation with Case Manager, or as needed.
· Responsible for attending and reporting on biweekly CAHP meetings.
· Responsible for program reporting and data acquisition.
· Responsible for partnering with community agencies and collateral resources.
· Other duties as assigned.
· Master of Social Work degree
· District of Columbia advanced clinical licensure (LICSW)
· 2+ years of clinical supervisory experiences
· 3+ years clinical experience post obtaining advanced clinical licensure
· Experience with work with LGBTQ youth preferred
· Experience in Group Home living and facilitation.
· Experience in the field of substance abuse/recovery work.
· Sensitivity to the needs and problems of LGBTQ youth who are experiencing homelessness or at risk for homelessness.
· Good working knowledge of providers and resources to address residents needs
· Ability to pass a clear criminal background check
· Ability to pass a clean drug test
· Experience with HMIS preferred
Minimum Education Required