Social Work Supervisor
Urban Resource Institute - URI
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Post Date: Sep 29, 2020
Job Type: Full Time
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Location: US - New York - New York
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The Social Work Supervisor of Domestic Violence Shelters is responsible for assessing the mental and emotional functioning of residents and administering services for necessary treatment. She/he provides clinical supervision to the Case Managers, Housing Specialist and Child Therapist through case analysis, service planning and supervisory process. Provides direct treatment services and issues referrals on an as needed basis. The Social Work Supervisor is also a member of the agency’s Leadership Team, and works under the leadership and supervision of the Program Director.
•Responsible for the clinical supervision of Case Managers, Child Therapist, Housing Specialist and Interns.
•Coordinates staff training, meetings, supervision and ensure other opportunity for the professional development of staff.
•Attend consortium meetings, e.g. with HRA and others to discuss issues pertaining to service delivery.
•Evaluates mental health status for residents on admission by completing comprehensive evaluation (CFEs)
•Provides brief psychotherapy.
•Chairs case conference meetings and coordinates service plan implementation.
•Functions independently in times of facility coverage including responsibility for appropriate action in crisis situation per agency procedures.
•Participate in weekly individual and group supervision with Program Director
•Participate in training seminars conducted to enhance and develop clinical skills.
•Function independently in time of facility coverage, including responsibility for appropriate action in crisis situation per agency procedure.
•Assist with reports and program evaluation.
•Assists the Childcare Supervisor with overlapping needs of children and residents
•Reviews progress notes and service plans.
•Monitors client compliance
•Develops strategies for engaging individuals with trauma histories.
•Special projects and other duties as assigned by Program Director.
•Masters in Social Work and Licensed (LMSW) is required at minimum.
•Five years of experience, working with victims of domestic violence and their dependent children.
•Work in collaboration with other departments, agencies, systems and institutions to maximize scarce resources.
•Ability to assess priorities, take initiative, handle multiple assignments, and meet deadlines.
Interested candidates may forward a copy of their resume and salary requirements to for consideration.

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