Clinical Supervisor

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

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:

Seattle, Washington
Transitional Resources

2970 SW Avalon Way, Seattle, WA, 98126, US