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Clinical Supervisor-Butte County

Company: Horizon Services, Inc.
Location: Chico
Posted on: April 2, 2024

Job Description:

Clinical Supervisor-Butte County

Who are we?
Horizon Services, Inc. (HSI) is a nonprofit established in 1974 offers addiction treatment with the goal of reducing substance use related challenges for people from all walks of life, including those from some of the most disenfranchised and marginalized communities. We practice our values of Integrity, Respect, Diversity, and Quality to provide residential treatment, withdrawal management, and sobering programs to support the well-being of women, men, youth, LGBTQ, and BIPOC clients to live healthy, fulfilling and constructive lives. HSI is an inclusive workplace and a learning community where our collective experiences enrich each other's growth.

The position as part of the program leadership will work in partnership with the Program Manager to provide leadership, support, and oversight for all elements of the clinical service and oversight of the clinical staffing roles including hiring, training and skills development, coaching, and enforcement of program rules. The position ensures adherence to all program and agency's policies and procedures and collaborates with the Program Manager in developing and delivering high quality client care in accordance with Horizon Services standards and applicable federal, state, and county regulations.

How can you make a difference in people's lives?
In this role, you'll make a difference in the lives of people with substance abuse challenges, and often with co-occurring conditions. You'll use and grow your skills in compassionate care, crisis intervention and de-escalation, in a supportive and inclusive work environment. You'll have the opportunity provide our community with substance abuse treatment to help people who are just discovering possibilities in their journey, going from a place of hopelessness to a place where they are valued and have the potential for a better life.

Accountabilities: (3-5) Providing Accurate Medicine DistributionPeople Management- train and develop a high performing team
Client Care- ensure high level of services to clients
QA & Compliance- follows and adheres to program policies and mandated regulations as driven by Federal, State and County contracts.

People ManagementAssist in recruiting, interviewing, and hiring supervised positions in coordination with the Program Manager.
Support in providing new hire orientation and training for all supervisees
Provide ongoing feedback to supervisees through individual clinical supervision meetings and clinical group supervision meetings
Support Program Manager in and the development of professional development processes for supervisees.
Develop, maintain, and ensure compliance with the employee and position handbooks for supervisees
Clinical Oversight:
Provide on-call consultation and support for supervisees during non-regular work hours
Ensure quality care for residents/beneficiaries consistent with regulatory standards and program policies and assist in improvement of services as needed
Provide crisis support intervention and de-escalation of conflict as needed
Ensure orientation is provided for all new residents/beneficiaries within required time frame
Develop knowledge of community resources related to such as health, mental health, finances, case management, and housing;
Consult with clinical staff to support their assessment, prioritization, and planned case management referrals and facilitate connecting to off-site resources and care. Assist residents/beneficiaries to access outside services, as needed/assigned
Develop and train staff through weekly team meetings, monthly focused lives, and a needed with client and staffing trends.

Safety & Security of Staff and Residents/BeneficiariesProvide periodic inspection of grounds and facility to assure security and safety
Monitor residents/beneficiaries to ensure appropriate supervision and knowledge of residents/beneficiaries and activities
Facilitate conflict resolution meetings with staff and residents/beneficiaries as needed
Punctuality and attendance to perform duties as scheduled

Comply and enforce HSI's policies and proceduresEnforce/reinforce policies and procedures of the programs and assist in creation of updated policies and procedures
Facilitate regular individual meetings and group meetings with supervisees, and team meetings as assigned

(Competencies required to effectively perform the job) FUNCTIONAL/TECHNICAL SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE:
(Knowledge and skills required to effectively perform the job) Builds Effective Teams - Builds strong-identity teams that apply their diverse skills and perspectives to achieve common goals. Establishes common objectives and a shared mindset. Creates a feeling of belonging and strong team morale. Fosters open dialogue and collaboration among the team.
Service Delivery - Provide a range of brief, focused prevention, treatment and recovery services, as well as longer-term treatment and support for clients with persistent illnesses. Applies a person-based approach not disciplinarian and rules-driven
Problem Solving - uses logic and methods to solve difficult problems with effective solutions---looks beyond the obvious and doesn't stop at the first answer.
Optimizes Work Processes - Knows the most effective and efficient processes to get things done, with a focus on continuous improvement and delivery of services. Identifies and creates the processes necessary to get work done with highest quality. Seeks ways to improve processes.
Interpersonal Communication - Establishes rapport quickly and delivers communications that convey a clear understanding of the needs of different audiences: co-workers, managers, clients, clients' families, care providers, etc. Accepts responsibility for miscommunications or misunderstandings. Listens actively and effectively: seeks first to understand.

Experience with co-occurring in a residential setting
Demonstrate ability to engage and support clients with challenging behaviors
Able to manage emotions and reactions to different situations. Stays calm and clear under pressure.
Ability to work effectively both individually and as part of a diverse team.
Experience with evidence-based practices and de-escalating residents/beneficiaries
Ability to communicate effective cross- functionally - knows who needs to know what.
Able to exercise good judgment and maintain healthy boundaries with clients.
Able to stay awake and alert during shift
Good computer skills: word, data entry, write reports
Must be able to physically assist beneficiaries who are undergoing seizure or other major withdrawal symptoms to include ambulatory escort to a Medical Center.

QUALIFICATIONS: (education and work experience) Required: Knowledge of effective, evidence-based, interventions with co-occurring multi-cultural, low-income population
Required: 2+ years of experience working with individuals struggling with substance use related issues.
Required: Completion of MA or MS in Clinical Counseling, Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, or a related field
Required: Clinical License (MFT, LPCC, LCSW, or related license) or Post Degree and registered with the BBS as a Associate in counseling related field.
Preferred: Meet BBS standards to provide clinical supervision to supervisees and sign clinical hours for BBS
Preferred: 2+ years of experience training staff on variety of skills, including (but not limited to) verbal de-escalation, group milieu management/therapy, and clinical skills
Preferred: 2+ years of experience engaging clients in group-based activities and providing positive programming for clients
Preferred: 2+ years of experience providing crisis intervention services in mental health treatment and/or drug and alcohol treatment facility
Preferred: 1+ years of experience managing budgetary needs and expenses
CPR/First Aid certification or completion within 6 months of hire
Valid California driver's license with a good driving record and car insurance

Compensation and Benefits
We are proud to offer a comprehensive benefits package to all full-time and part time employees over 20 hours per week.Generous contribution towards Medical and dental, 100% Life and LTD for the employee

and up to 50% for any dependents medical and dental coverage. PTO and Holiday pay.
Retirement benefits after 6 months of service.
Training and CEU opportunities.

And of course, the opportunity to meaningfully contribute to a team of mindful, caring and passionate people at work every day!

Salary: $43-$45/hr depending on experience and qualifications. Available for a full-time position.

Horizon Services, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Keywords: Horizon Services, Inc., Chico , Clinical Supervisor-Butte County, Healthcare , Chico, California

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