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Clinical Supervisor-Children's Intensive Services/ Rapid Response

Company: Easterseals MORC
Location: Auburn Hills
Posted on: March 20, 2023

Job Description:

Please note: Must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and be able to show proof. We are looking for Game Changers The types of people who wake up excited to make a difference. The superheroes of their field who care about the people they serve. If that sounds like you, we want you on our team. We recognize the importance of a quality work life balance and offer a generous paid time off program and flexible work arrangements to meet the changing needs of our workforce. Job Description: Engages individuals and families in a welcoming, hopeful, empathetic manner regardless of stage of readiness and phase of treatment. Coordinate referrals and ensure physician orders are current for all cases prior to case assignment. Assigns and supervises the caseload of direct reports staff. Assists staff as required to manage caseload efficiently. Reviews cases to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of services rendered. Conducts staff meetings to review strengths, outcomes, problem areas and plan solutions. Carry caseload when necessary to support expansion of children's intensive services. Assists staff in improving and updating professional skills by providing them with information such as pertinent conferences and seminars, new techniques in the field and current and pending legislation affecting mental health services. Orients, trains, and develops new staff. Monitors case records, including signatures, and follow up and referral of individuals to community agencies to aid in an accurate history. Ensures that paperwork is maintained in accordance with funding source and Easterseals MORC guidelines, policies, and procedures. Provide clinical supervision Rapid Response team members. Demonstrate the ability to identify stage of change and use interventions consistent with stage of treatment. Assist staff in developing strength-based, stage wise treatment matched person centered plans that are designed to address identified individual needs. Able to provide resources for integrated treatment including self-help and peer support. Model and use the Spirit of Motivational Interviewing in all interactions with staff, individuals and stakeholders. Provides outcome and strength based supervision to staff utilizing a range of supervision techniques to foster professional development and performance, develop skill sets and increase individual outcomes. Conduct clinical case reviews that are competency based, strength based, culturally relevant and focus on improving client outcomes. (i.e. utilize motivational interviewing with staff-direct, follow, and guide approach). Familiar with a variety of outcome measures for psychiatric and co-occurring substance use, medical or other disorders. Able to utilize outcome measurements in supervision and with person centered planning. May also be responsible for the coordination of specific programs and projects as assigned. Acts as a liaison with community agencies and substance use and mental health service providers, maintaining an awareness of the full range of human services available in the community that may be appropriate for client needs. Collaborates across disciplines for co-treatment/consultation of complex co-occurring mental health needs and Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnoses. Instructs, assigns, schedules, checks and appraises performance. Hires, recommends disciplinary action and discharge, and recommends pay increases and/or promotions. Demonstrates knowledge of principles of trauma informed care. Willingness to support and assist individuals with trauma related issues. Provides supervision in accordance with the Individual and Clinical Supervisory Guidelines for the position. Completes monthly chart audits when applicable. Performs all job duties and completes paperwork in accordance with funding sources.Minimum Qualification: Possess a Master's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Psychology; AND Have a limited license as a Psychologist from the State of Michigan Department of Consumer and Industry Services (LLP) or possess a full license as a Psychologist (LP) from the State of Michigan Department of Consumer and Industry Services; OR Possess a Master's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Social Work; AND Have an LMSW from the State of Michigan Department of Consumer and Industry Services; OR Possess a Master's degree from an accredited college or university in Counseling; AND have a license as a professional counselor (LPC ) from the State of Michigan Department of Consumer and Industry Services; AND Have had at least three (3) years of full-time casework experience including 1 year in a leadership role. Previous experience working with neurodivergent individuals (specifically Autism Spectrum Disorder) and challenging behaviors preferred. Possess a valid motor vehicle operator or chauffeur's license. Must possess knowledge and understanding of co-occurring disorder (mental health and substance abuse); stages of change (transtheoretical model); trauma informed, crisis intervention and safety protocols, Suicide Care, phases of recovery and motivational interviewing/enhancement therapy. Knowledgeable with criteria for dual diagnosis capability for substance use and mental health programs. Must maintain 24 hours child diagnostic treatment services training requirement. Benefits of Being a Superhero! We are proud to offer an equitable and inclusive environment that reflects the communities that we serve and encourages, supports and celebrates the diverse voices of our workforce. Here at Easterseals, life is good. We have flexible hours, loads of time off, and awesome events. 3 weeks of Personal Time Off /PTO PTO 3 floating holidays, in addition to Easterseals Michigan 10 observed holidays. As a member of our family, you are part of a culture that values professional development, community service and collaboration. We keep it open, honest and inclusive. We care about providing our employees a collaborative experience, including quarterly team days. We not only offer our employees a competitive salary, we also provide bonuses and extra incentives to reward their hard work & dedication. Innovation is at the heart of our organization. We use cutting-edge technology and evidence-based practices. We offer fantastic benefits! We have a competitive and comprehensive salary and benefits package including Medical/Dental/Vision coverage with company contribution Flexible Spending Account, Voluntary Dependent reimbursement We offer a variety of resources centered on our 6 pillars of well-being to support staff in living a healthy lifestyle. Free access to Calm app? Yes please! We offer traditional and 401k options to ensure each of our employees are able to save for their future. We are a PSLF (Public Service Loan Forgiveness) Employer Proud Winners of: Metro Detroit's 101 Best & Brightest Companies to Work For Corp! Magazine Diversity Award Winner West Michigan's 101 Best & Brightest Companies to Work For Crain's Cool Places to Work Oakland Parenting Awareness Coalitions' Family Friendly Employer of the YearJob Type: Full-timePay: $59,898.88 - $73,780.79 per yearBenefits: 401(k) Dental insurance Flexible schedule Health insurance Paid time off Vision insuranceSchedule: 8 hour shift Evening shiftWork Location: In person

Keywords: Easterseals MORC, Detroit , Clinical Supervisor-Children's Intensive Services/ Rapid Response, Healthcare , Auburn Hills, Michigan

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