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Clinical Supervisor

Mesa, AZ

Company Description

A New leaf has been helping families ...changing lives for nearly 40 years with over 25 programs Valley wide including homeless and domestic violence shelters, youth and community programs.

With more than 300 employees, a financially supportive Foundation and the benefit of over 15,000 volunteer hours a year, A New Leaf provides services to nearly 20,000 individuals annually.

Job Description

Clinical supervisors work with both clients and patients and ensure that patients are receiving a high quality of health care. Our Clinical Supervisors review the production reports of our outpatient clinical staff to ensure guidelines are being followed and the best quality care is being provided to clients of A New Leaf. 

We are looking for a Clinical Supervisor who can

    • Directly be responsible to the Clinical Director for administrative and clinical issues regarding admission, discharge and practice management issues, while in conformance with accepted clinical practice and the agency's program definition and policies.
    • Conduct a minimum of one group supervision for all team members, with a focus on case reviews, cross training of staff, team functioning/integration and facilitation skill enhancement.
    • As appropriate, schedule, facilitate, participate in and update Adult Clinical Teams and or Child and Family Team. Develop, implement and maintain in-service training of clinical staff on a consistent basis.
    • Oversee Magellan and licensing guidelines and regulations in relation to clinical staff and services.

This position might have other requirements.

Qualifications

LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LMSW, LAC

Experience within a managed care environment and knowledge of the RBHA system preferred. Valid AZ Drivers License. Clean motor vehicle record. Valid Class 1 Fingerprint Clearance Card. This position might have other requirements.

Clinical supervision experience preferred.

This position is eligible to receive a sign on bonus of $2000 after completing the agency introductory period.