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Job Opening: Clinical Supervisor

Location: San Jose, CA 91125

Schedule: Full-Time Monday-Friday, Hybrid Schedule

Description: One of the largest and effective nonprofits working to end homelessness in the Bay Area, is looking for a Clinical Supervisor in Santa Clara County. The Clinical Supervisor (Licensed as a LCSW, LMFT or LPCC) will provide clinical leadership, support, and oversight to a multidisciplinary team. The team will engage, house, and provide wrap-around clinical services to the chronically homeless, vulnerable individuals who have Serious Mental Health Disorders, Substance Use Disorders, and/or Chronic Health Conditions.  This position will be responsible for assessing the mental health needs of referred individuals living in the County, in the office and at housing sites, as well as clinical supervision to ASWs and MFTs who are working towards licensure.


1. Clinical oversight and direction to assure consistency and continuity of care in the provision of services Provide clinical supervision, including coaching and education to ASW and MFT Intern staff working towards licensure. This includes both individual and group supervision.
2. Assist in the development of bio-psychosocial assessments, diagnoses, treatment plans, and psychiatric interventions.
3. Review clinical notes, assessments, and treatment plans.
4. Coach folks on their clinical writing to ensure it meets Medi-Cal regulations.
5. Attend monthly CQRT meetings and other ACBHCS meetings meant for Clinical Supervisors and Directors (e.g., bi-monthly ACBHCS Clinical Supervisors meeting).
6. Provide clinical support, as needed, to the clinicians and case managers working in the greater agency.
7. Provide clinical supervision, including coaching and education to staff, and in maintaining integrity, accuracy, and timeliness of all client records.
8. Develop bio-psychosocial assessments, diagnoses, treatment plans, and psychiatric interventions.
9. Provide mental health services to people in the program.
10. Participate in program development, initiation and implementation of programmatic changes and adjustments as determined by client needs, needs of staff, and priorities of relevant funding sources.
11. Facilitate critical incident reviews and staff debriefings.
12. Assist in developing clinical policy and procedures.
13. Other duties as assigned.

1. Master of Social Work or Psychology degree required.
2. LCSW, LMFT or LPCC licensure required.
3. 2 years’ experience post licensure providing clinical supervision to staff.
4. 5 years supervisory experience in community mental health or co-occurring program.
5. 2 years of field experience working with people with serious mental illness, individuals with co-occurring disorders. complex health issues and/or the chronically homeless population.
6. Use of personal vehicle, proof of a valid and current California Driver’s License and current insurance along with a clean DMV record required.
7. Driving and transportation of participants when required.
8. Basic knowledge and understanding of applicable federal, state, and local laws.
9. Ability to work flexible hours, including some weekends and evenings.
10. Excellent verbal & written communication, organizational, and time management skills.
11. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills with meticulous attention to detail.
12. Experience working within an Assertive Community Treatment program or similar. Understanding of the following evidence-based practices: Housing First, Motivational Interviewing, Harm Reduction, and Psychosocial Rehabilitation required.
13. Experienced in effectively intervening and /or supporting staff in crisis situations, with de-escalation techniques.
14. Experience, understanding and ability to implement theories of biological, psychological, and social development.
15. Mastery of Medi-Cal charting, strong skills completing assessments and treatment plans.
16. Experience with Utilization Reviews and overseeing Clinical Quality Reviews.
17. Ability to work well independently and collaboratively with teams.
18. Understand and practice cultural sensitivity through open dialogue and self-exploration with diverse groups, while providing direct services.
19. Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs, systems, and platforms.
20. Ability to learn and use required mobile devices and business-related applications.
21. Outstanding communication skills and high degree of emotional intelligence, cultural humility, with a proven track record to build and maintain effective relationships with a wide variety of internal and external contacts.

Compensation: $105,000-135,000 per year plus excellent benefits and sign-on bonus

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