Sanford Health Clinical Supervisor of Housing - Behavioral Health in Bemidji, Minnesota
Job Title: Clinical Supervisor of Housing | Behavioral Health | Bemidji
Department : Mental Health Therapists - Clinic - Bemidji
Job Schedule: Part Time
Hours Per Shift: 8 hr
The Supervisor of Clinical Behavioral Health requires a broad, yet solid, understanding of human behavior and theories of counseling. Requires applied experience in principles of abnormal psychology and mental health problems, as well as familiarity with psychological, sociological and medical terminology. The Clinical Supervisor is a broad role that encompasses providing direct clinical services and clinical supervision for staff, as well as overseeing operations within an assigned department. Provides direct therapeutic care to patients of diverse populations with social, economic, developmental, emotional and related issues. The Clinical Supervisor assesses patient needs, may diagnose disorders, develops treatment plans, and implements treatment interventions specific to patient needs. Documents treatment. Provides patient progress updates to interdisciplinary team, as needed. May educate patient support members about patient issues and interventions. May refer for additional clinical services or to specialists, as needed, and provide case coordination. Must stay current on emerging issues in the profession. Additional clinical duties may vary depending on setting. Has awareness of daily staffing levels and schedules staff to meet productivity. Responsible for hiring, promotions, job changes, employee development, and performance reviews. Facilitates new employee orientation and onboarding. May facilitate provider enrollment and credentialing for new employees, as needed. Participates in the development of employees. May be responsible for disciplinary action for employees within the team, escalates staffing issues to senior leaders, as needed. Promotes self-care for staff through mindful scheduling of patients and check-ins with staff. May be responsible for program development and evaluation of program effectiveness, depending on setting. Develops, reviews, and revises policies and procedures. Assists in assuring regulatory compliance. Responsible for quality assurance and administrative reporting. May be responsible for following up on facility incidents. Represents the organization and the department in the community through collaborative meetings, boards or task forces.
Participates in developing and monitoring a budget for a specific work group or department. Assesses departmental staffing needs; actively participates in resourcing efforts. Resolves conflicts in a wide variety of situations, such as workload allocation, schedule overlap etc. Learn about new developments in counseling by reading professional literature, attending courses and seminars, or establishing and maintaining contact with other social services agencies. Refer patients, clients, or family members to community resources or to specialists as necessary. Act as client advocates to coordinate required services or to resolve emergency problems in crisis situations. Applies appropriate psychological skills and technologies according to different counseling stages. Prepare and maintain all required treatment records and reports. Classifies symptoms using proper assessment and diagnosis techniques and communication skills. Evaluate clients' physical or mental condition, based on review of client information.
This position is 0.5 FTE and will be combined with an 0.5 FTE Behavioral Health Therapist position, making it a full-time, benefited position.
In Minnesota, must follow Minnesota State statute defining Mental Health Professional. In all other areas, Master's degree in Counseling, Social Work, Psychology, or related Behavioral Health Sciences required; graduation from an accredited school preferred. License must be in good standing in state(s) of practice.
In Minnesota, must be a Mental Health Professional and have one of the following:
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC)
Licensed Independent Social Worker (LICSW)
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)
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Job Function: Behavioral Health and Dependency
Job Schedule: Part Time
Req Number: WD06251