Licensed Clinical Supervisor Residential Youth

Clinical Portland, Oregon


Clinical Supervisor 

Salary Range:  $68,900- $76,600 ($33.16- $36.87/hour) for licensed (Higher pay for Bilingual Spanish)

Seeking candidate with clinical experience provide trauma-informed care to youth and supervision to clinical staff in Morrison's Office of Refugee Resettlement Residential Sites!

Morrison Child and Family Services is a non-profit organization providing a continuum of trauma-informed, culturally responsive programs and services for youth and families in residential, shelter, respite, foster care, community & school-based outpatient, family preservation, and prevention services.  As one of the largest mental health and substance use recovery agencies serving 7,000 youth in Portland, Oregon, and the state of Washington, our goal is to promote a vibrant culture of self-care, creativity, and overall resilience that contribute to the success of our youth and families.     

ORR Shelter/Mi Futuro and Long Term Group Home
Through our Shelter and LTGH we provide residential services to youth that have immigrated to the United States unaccompanied by an adult. We provided trauma-informed services to help acclimate them to the US and to provide culturally appropriate services.   

The Clinical Supervisor position provides all clinical supervision for identified therapists, helps develop and maintain clinical services according to client needs and contractual requirements; supervise clinical staff according to Human Resource requirements, and is responsible to train therapists including overseeing their work both from therapeutic delivery of care for youth and follow through with all contractual requirements.

The Clinical Supervisor ensures that therapists work closely with the Case Managers and all other staff involved in provision of services for youth in care. In addition, this position will carry a case load and provide all required services for clients on their case load. 

We look forward to reviewing your resume and application at  

 For accommodation requests during the application/hiring process please contact: [email protected]   

Job Duties

  • Provides individual and group therapy for youth on caseload, works with parents as needed, and supervises other clinicians in these domains.
  • May supervise youth on milieu and recreational activities and helps train milieu staff with clinically-related behavioral issues. Helps organize clinical staff to provide aid for school and milieu.
  • Completes all assigned record keeping tasks for youth on caseload as well supervising other clinicians with their clinical record and data entry.
  • Supervises clinical requirements of the program, training new clinicians and ensuring all services are within compliance of the ORR including keeping current with ORR changes.


Experience/Education Requirements  

  • MSW and two years of postgraduate direct service delivery experience, or a master’s degree in psychology, sociology, or other relevant behavioral science in which clinical experience is required.
  • Experience supervising a team of individuals, participating in a leadership role or management role required.
  • Licensed Clinician (will consider those working towards licensure and will have secured licensure in 1 year) 


 Other Requirements:

  •  Able to pass a comprehensive criminal history background investigation and child abuse background. 

Physical Requirements:  

  • Constantly operates a computer and other office productivity machinery, such as a calculator, copy machine, and computer printer.
  • Position requires the transferring of work supplies and materials up to 10 pounds at a time from site to site.
  • The person in this position frequently communicates with staff and external stakeholders who . Must be able to exchange accurate information in these situations.
  • Must be able to remain in a stationary position 50% of the time.
  • May involve exposure to angry, upset, severely traumatized or emotionally disturbed children, adolescents and families.
  • May require some crisis intervention and therapeutic de-escalation of children, resulting in the possibility of personal injury.

In compliance with our Affirmative Action Plan, Morrison uses E-Verify to determine employment eligibility after an offer is accepted. 

We are an Affirmative Action Plan Employer. It is the policy of Morrison to provide equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information or any other protected characteristic under applicable law. 


This job is open until filled.  Applications will be reviewed as received.  Morrison reserves the right to make a hiring decision at any point during the posting period.   


 Morrison employees are offered a variety of plans to address the health and welfare needs of our employees and families.  Benefits include Medical, Vision, Dental, Flexible Spending Accounts, Employer-Paid Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment and Long-Term Disability, and an Employee Assistance Program (EAP).  Employees may purchase additional voluntary life insurance, short-term disability, critical illness, and accident coverage through Unum.   


Residential ORR Programs through Federal Mandate must provide proof of immunity including the following vaccinations that are typically received in childhood: MMR, Varicella, and DTaP. There is also an annual Flu Vaccination requirement. Proof of compliance is required for employees at these sites, and masks are required while pending compliance.