Trauma Therapy Supervisor
Under the direction of the Program Manager, the Program Supervisor major role functions include direct oversight of assigned clinical team members serving clients and families across the lifespan, intake assessments and dispositions for clients enrolled in the program, providing direct services, developing and maintaining the clinical treatment schedule and outcome data. Supports the program Manager in assessment, development, implementation, and ongoing re-assessment of program operations. Participates as a lead in coordination with the clinical director in treatment planning, communicates with referring providers, assigns and ensures caseload balance as appropriate based on client risk and need, and completes and evaluates assessments. Responsible to lead and participate in direct patient care, community outreach, assertive case management. Provides oversight of case management, discharge plans for patients in collaboration with clinical director, other interdisciplinary staff, and appropriate community-based resources/healthcare professionals. Other responsibilities include but are not limited to administration, clinical supervision, documentation/chart reviews, hiring, education and evaluation for social workers or social service staff. Consults on social work issues and serves as subject matter expert and resource expert to the multidisciplinary team members. Services provided onsite, via tele-health, and if applicable in the field to meet the needs of the client and program.
Collaborates with the interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary team members and appropriate community-based resources/healthcare professionals to ensure streamline access and utilization of program services. Trains, supports, shadows and evaluates staff and may delegate tasks or assignments as appropriate. Responsible for the support of all staff related to the use of internal data collection, tracking, and program databases. Accurate and complete documentation required to support each aspect of treatment provided. Utilizes independent judgment to positively impact internal and external customer satisfaction, referrals, program development costs, and quality of service. Participates in outreach and marketing activities including the provision of community presentations. Frequent travel required throughout San Diego. Shall ensure operational program requirements are met based on contractual or accreditation standards. Participate, facilitate, and lead client and family services in all program group, continuation client programing (i.e. including but not limited to programs such as Camp Hope America or Pathways), and family sessions.
Ability to speak and read English at a level that is sufficient to satisfactorily perform the essential functions of the position. Knowledge of standard office equipment (i.e., calculator, fax, photocopier) and personal computer and computer software skills (i.e., MS Windows, Excel, Access, Word, PowerPoint, internet, e-mail). Windows computer skills including proficient use of keyboarding, use of mouse or keys for functions such as selecting items, use of drop down menus, scroll bars, opening folders, copying and similar operations required upon employment or within the 1st two weeks of employment to perform the essential functions of the job. Performs other duties as assigned. Follows Palomar Health rules, policies, procedures, applicable laws and standards. Carries out the mission, vision, and quality commitment of Palomar Health.
|Minimum Education:||Master's degree in counseling, social work, psychology or related field, with ability to provide clinical supervision in accordance with BBS supervisor requirements.|
|Preferred Education:||Ongoing professional development and continuing education through classes, workshops, conferences and webinars.|
|Minimum Experience:||2+ years social work experience serving at risk clients and families, 1-2 years of progressive leadership experience; experience supervising staff with an emphasis on community/outpatient services|
|Preferred Experience:||Bilingual - Spanish speaking. 3 + years management and social work experience with emphasis on community/outpatient services. Understanding of trauma, culture, mental health processes, lifespan development, and trauma informed evidenced focused treatment modalities; experience providing clinical supervision|
|Required Certification:||Danger Assessment within 90 days of hire|
American Heart Association recognized BLS - Healthcare Provider
CFTSI Training (Child and Family Traumatic Stress Intervention) within 1 year of hire
Verification of live scan filed with state licensing board (if applicable) must be submitted to HR OR new live scan must be completed within 14 days of hire prior to providing direct service
|Preferred Certification:||Not Applicable|
|Required License:||Current and Active California Licensure in Clinical Psychology (Ph.D. or Psy.D.); Licensed Clinical Social Work (LCSW), or Marriage and Family Therapy (LMFT); LPCC|
|Preferred License:||Not Applicable|
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