Clinical Supervisor for Team in Assertive Community Treatment
Community Connections, a large private not-for-profit behavioral health organization in Washington, DC is seeking a Clinical Supervisor for an Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team which provides comprehensive, community-based, psychiatric treatment, rehabilitation, and support to persons with serious and persistent mental illness. ACT provides intensive services to adults with co-occurring problems with addiction, homelessness, criminal justice involvement, physical illness and violent victimization. ACT teams embrace the nationally established Evidence Based Practice Model for ACT and achieve a high level of fidelity to the model. Teams are composed of a psychiatrist, nurse, licensed team supervisor, a peer support specialist, and rehabilitation support staff. ACT teams have small caseloads and work as a tight knit interdisciplinary unit to create opportunities for growth and recovery.
ACT Clinical Supervisor Responsibilities:
- Supervises and trains Rehabilitation Specialists (RSs), CAC, and Certified Peer
- Draft, update, and revise when appropriate, the IRP in conjunction with the consumer, the CSS and all relevant network members and stakeholders.
- Ensure team compliance with clinical documentation. One hundred per cent compliance is expected.
- Monitor proper implementation of the IRP and provide technical supervision to RS as needed.
- Respond to clinical crises in a timely manner. Maintain certification as Officer Agent.
- Conduct daily team meetings and daily team check-ins to ensure that services are being delivered as prescribed by the IRP and in compliance with ACT fidelity by the individual RS and by the team as a whole.
- Manages key performance indicators of team’s staff, and assures that individual and team service targets and timeliness of clinical documentation are within parameters established
- Assure the teams
fidelity to the ACT model and prepare for annual fidelity audits.
ACT Clinical Supervisor Qualifications:
- DC LICSW or LPC and three or more years of experience providing services to adults with serious mental illness
- Prefer two or more years of experience supervising clinical staff in behavioral health services setting
- Opportunities to earn CEUs
- PTO (vacation/sick/holidays)
- Medical/Vision/Dental/Prescription Drug Insurance
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Long-term disability
- Voluntary life insurance
- Employee Assistance Program
- Immediate 403(b), with employer contribution after two years of employment
- Credit union and banking partners including M&T Bank and State Employees Credit Union of Maryland
- Educational assistance after one year of employment
- Professional and leadership development
- Pre-tax Metro cost
- Mileage reimbursement for eligible employees
Candidates must have a reliable vehicle, clean driving record, and be able to successfully complete the agency’s background check.
Interested qualified candidates should send a letter of interest and resume to the attention of Rebecca Wolfson Berley, LICSW at firstname.lastname@example.org. We encourage people of color, women, LGBTQIA+, and people with disabilities to apply.