Full time position, with full time benefits (Bellevue). Sound is implementing Reaching Recovery – an innovative, game-changing model to better meet the needs of the community and the people we serve. We’re searching for people who want to improve lives and be part of the exciting changes we’re making in the future. The Adult Services Supervisor is responsible for clinical and administrative supervision of the program, under the direction of the Program Manager. The Supervisor provides direct comprehensive services to organization clients and contracted organizations and assists clients and team members in addressing and stabilizing situations involving behavioral health disorders, through the provision of a full range of clinical services. The Supervisor also serves as a resource for, and provides leadership to, other team members.
We offer a competitive benefits package to all full-time team members including Medical & Dental Insurance: Premium 100% paid by Sound for team-member coverage and child until the child’s 26th birthday, 401K, 3 weeks of Vacation, 11 Paid Holidays, and Life Insurance.
- Provides clinical supervision to team members and interns.
- Assists in the hiring process, and trains and supervises clinical team member and interns, under the direction of the Program Manager.
- Reviews and assure that all required clinical documentation is completed in a thorough and timely manner and per organization standards.
- Provides clinical services to clients, which include but not limited to:
- Mental Assessments and evaluations per required level of care.
- Lethality and risk assessments.
- Coordinates care with all facets of Sound.
- Teaches problem-solving, goal-setting, social skills, communication skills and money management; and accessing community resources.
- Provides counseling, individual treatment services and coordination with family, when indicated.
- Provides crisis intervention services as necessary.
- Assists clients to remain stable in the community, thereby reducing the use of hospitals or involuntary treatment services.
- Inquires about medication regimes and treatment compliance.
- Monitors utilization of services and the success of outcome measures.
- Advocates for clients, coordinating and referring for services with other community agencies.
- Handles client grievances and implement the client grievance procedure on behalf of the client.
- Provides consultation/education services to other organizations as appropriate.
- Assists with monitoring program revenues and expenses and ensures compliance with funding requirements such as authorizations, timelines, medical necessity and billing.
- Attends and participates in management meetings, work groups, organization program audits and accreditation activities as a member of Sound management team.
- Performs other duties as needed and/or assigned by the Program Manager.
Team Member Supervision:
- Selects, trains, supervises, and provides ongoing support to assigned new team members.
- Plans, assigns, and directs work; supervises daily activities of assigned team members as needed.
- Manages performance, including conducting Catalytic Coaching, providing coaching and recognition, addressing complaints and resolving problems, and taking corrective action as necessary.
- Demonstrates supervisory and leadership abilities.
- Demonstrate skills and experiences in working with a wide range of behavioral health disorders
- Understands recovery concepts in behavioral health; synthesizes and applies, as appropriate to their work at Sound.
- Ability to demonstrate skills at presenting problems and communicating effectively with collateral organizations having contact with the individual and/or the family
- Ability to demonstrate skills at early intervention and prevention as well as evidence-based effective treatment.
- Demonstrates the ability to work well independently, as necessary.
- Ability to demonstrate knowledge of community mental health systems and resources within King County is highly desirable. Because of the nature of the target population, experience with ethnic/cultural diversity is preferred.
- Master’s degree in social work, psychology, or a counseling-related field (MSW, MS, MA), with a strong emphasis in working with families and community organizations.
- A minimum of two years of clinical experience as a clinician and demonstrated skills in clinical assessment and treatment along with supervision experience.
- Mental Health Professional (MHP) designation.
- Washington State licensure LICSW or LMHC.
- Must be able to obtain a WA State Agency Affiliated Counselor credential within the first 60 days of hire.
- Washington State driver’s license and insurable driving record.
Salary = DOQ