Transitional Resources is a small non-profit community mental health agency that helps adults living with the most serious and persistent forms of mental illness by providing respectful and optimistic recovery-oriented services, affordable housing, and advocacy against discrimination which works to break the cycle of incarceration, hospitalization and homelessness. For more information please visit our website at www.transitionalresources.org.
Clinical Supervisor Responsibilities:
- Directly oversees and supervises all ICCP/LTR staff, comprised of Rehab Counselors (primary case managers), Rehab Specialists, and on-call Rehab Counselors. Hires, orients and trains new staff. Responsible for evaluating staff performance and addressing any performance issues in collaboration with the HR Director and Clinical Director.
- Ensures adequacy of clinical files and accuracy of client service data.
- Responsible for compliance with all relevant regulations and expectations, including State Assisted Living Facility WACs, KCPHP-Navos-TR contracts,
- Ensures clinical services provided to clients are of high quality and are delivered in an ethical and respectful manner.
- Participates in screening of potential LTR clients and ensures timely enrollment and/or transfer of clients into or from the program.
- Conducts or assigns intakes and facilitates discharge planning. Provides direct service to clients as needed.
- Supervises JVC and/or LVC full-time volunteers, and ensures compliance with associated contracts.
- Oversees the Hospital Diversion bed within the LTR, and the Crisis/Respite apartment contracted by Navos.
- Assists the Clinical Director in the Quality Assurance/Continuous Quality Improvement processes. Completes QA reports as assigned.
- Assists in program development and implementation.
- Ensures adequate 24 hour staffing of the LTR, and availability of on-call clinicians.
- Facilitates and monitors completion of maintenance tasks in residential program.
- Participates in evaluating programs, preparing and submitting narrative and statistical reports on program activities for agency Quality Assurance and Improvement plan.
- Works collaboratively with other TR staff and managers. Fosters positive professional relationships with staff from Navos and other agencies, stakeholders in the community, and State and County representatives and/or auditors.
- Scans internal and external environments for risks and opportunities, and works with the management team to develop plans to address these issues.
- Maintains effective working relationships with referral sources, community resources, hospitals, and doctors and other mental health professionals.
- Assists with community relations and fundraising activities as requested.
- Participates in the agency’s strategic planning activities.
- Required: Mental Health Professional as defined by WAC 388-865-0150. Master’s Degree in Mental Health related field, and minimum two years experience working with clients with severe and persistent mental illness in a residential setting. Washington State driver’s license. Previous supervisory and/or administrative experience.
- Preferred: WA State Licensure in Mental Health Counseling or Social work. Five years experience working with clients with SPMI.
Hours: 35 hours per week exempt position. Provides after hours, on-call supervisory clinical consultation as assigned.
How to apply
E-mail cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
2970 SW Avalon Way, Seattle, WA, 98126, US