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Clinical Supervisor/Deputy Director
We are looking for an innovative, committed and highly skilled Clinical Supervisor/Deputy Director to grow our organization. The ideal candidate will oversee all clinical components of operations as well as some administrative duties for a small non-profit mental health clinic which serves victims of sexual assault and domestic violence as well as callers on a 24-hour Crisis Hotline.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 
*Having once weekly supervision sessions with outreach staff and with the Hotline supervisor
*Having twice weekly individual supervision sessions with Master’s level clinical staff
*Having once weekly group supervision meetings
*Overseeing and reviewing staff members’ work procedures.
*Counseling, motivating, and disciplining staff, and referring advanced issues to the executive director.
*Maintaining a small caseload of clients whose cases may be more challenging for junior clinical staff.
*Conducting performance reviews.
*Ensuring staff comply with licensure and registration requirements.
*Ensuring compliance, accuracy, and quality of clinical documentation.
*Assisting clinical staff by closely supervising complex cases.
*Enhancing operations by ensuring sufficient staffing and adequate access to services.
*Developing programs and ensuring compliance with procedures and policies.
*Participating regularly in the weekend on-call rotation to provide outreach to emergency clients being seen at the hospital.  Filling in the weekday on-call schedule as necessary.
*Helping staff coordinate the many basic needs of life during a crisis including legal/safety (protective orders, home visits, court cases, AIP group, pro bono attorneys), housing (brain storming short-term solutions) , employment.
*Learning how to meet needs in areas where limited resources are available.
*Having regular meetings with the executive director.

*Oversee clinical components of operations
*Other duties as assigned.

*Master’s degree in social work
*Currently Licensed Clinical Social Worker–C required (LCSW-C)
*3+ years of supervisory experience in a similar role.
*Proficient with MS Office Word and Excel.
*Valid driver’s license.
*Proficient with supervision, service delivery, and case management fundamentals.
*Proficient knowledge of applicable laws.
*Strong people skills.
*A broad knowledge base of the many theoretical foundations to treat a wide variety of disorders that result from extensive history of abuse as well as interventions for many stages of counseling ranging from crisis intervention and case management to on-going counseling.
*Ability to help young professionals deal with holding traumatic stories acquired through providing counseling to survivors of physical and sexual trauma. 
*Ability to meet young professionals where they are and grow in the areas to meet CAP's needs
*Outstanding communication skills, both written and verbal.

COVID-19 considerations:
During this unprecedented time, staff are working a hybrid of in-office and at home through the end of the year. Social distancing is practiced. Staff have individual offices and wear masks when in common areas. All current staff have been fully vaccinated.

To apply: 

We are always recruiting new team members!

If you are interested in employment at the Center for Abused Persons, please fill out the following Employment Application. Once completed, email the application as well as your résumé or curriculum vitae to the Hotline Supervisor.