Clinical Program Supervisor - Biddeford

Company Name:
spurwink services
Clinical Program Supervisor - Biddeford
Location: Biddeford, ME
Exempt/Non-Exempt: Exempt
Benefits: Yes
Employment Type: Full Time
Department: Clinical
Highly organized, fun and dedicated team is looking for a capable and talented leader! Spurwink Services is looking for an LCSW who preferably has experience as a program supervisor for our Outpatient and Community Services programs in York County. This supervisor will provide weekly supervision to clinicians and Behavioral Health Professionals in Spurwink''s Home and Community Treatment and Public School Counseling Programs. The supervisor is responsible for assigning cases, ensuring program compliance, and providing fiscal oversight. This supervisor may also have some case-carrying responsibilities of approximately 8-10 billable hours per week. The Program Supervisor is asked to lead staff in a positive way with dedication, an open mind and tangible support. Spurwink desires to meet the growing needs of the communities we serve in a way that promotes the success and empowerment of families to meet the needs of children and adults. Candidates will be asked to support growth and change with a positive and goal oriented outlook.
The Clinical Supervisor will participate in the hiring of new staff, training staff, supervising staff within the program and in the community, monitoring productivity expectations of staff, knowing and complying with program policies and procedures, adhering to Spurwink and mental health licensing standards re: confidentiality, Client rights, etc, consulting with and coordinating services within the community, as appropriate, providing quality assurance reviews of client records in conjunction with the CQI department, providing and participating in individual and group supervision of staff.
Master''s degree in Social Work from an accredited school. Maine State independent Social Work licensure required (LCSW).
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