An exciting job opportunity as a Clinical Supervisor, Mental Health / Behavioral Health at Woodridge Interventions has just become available in Woodridge, Illinois area.
The position is responsible for providing clinical supervision, implementation of clinical program and program/facility development.
Supervises, assists with hiring, and evaluates staff performance. Develops measurable objectives for necessary improvements and implements appropriate corrective action to staff adhering to human resources policies and utilizing Human Resources when necessary.
Coordinates clinical services with educational, medical, community services, family services, and the training department.
Applies compliance with policies/procedures as well as with regulatory and licensing agencies.
Analyzes and interprets client records, behavior, progress, and treatment plans in relationship with treatment services.
Participates in individual and group therapy with patients.
Ensures and provides for effective case management development and implementation including specialized behavioral intervention plans, progress and update reports, and treatment team meetings.
Conducts client file reviews in a timely manner to ensure regulatory compliance.
Confers with judges, probation officers, police, social service agencies, and community groups to assist with interpreting the program/facility goals and objectives and developing cooperative working relationships.
Ensures that programming and services are appropriate to meet the needs of clients exhibiting symptoms of mental distress.
Assists the Program Director in addressing any and all customer service issues that may occur.
Supports the Abraxas philosophy and mission and promotes the Seven Key Principles of care.
Demonstrates appropriate use of Crisis Prevention Institute techniques and skills.
Abraxas Youth and Family Services is a national leader in the operation of residential treatment facilities and community-based programs for troubled youth and their families. We offer a wide array of services to include life skills, mental health services, cognitive behavioral therapy, family counseling, drug and alcohol treatment, case management services, recreational activities as well as vocational and educational services.
The following educational requirements are acceptable for this classification including:
Master’s degree from an accredited university in a clinical mental health discipline, such as: Psychology, Counseling, Clinical Social Work, Psychiatric Nursing, and Marriage and Family therapy. Master’s degree must include clinical coursework in the foundations of behavioral health and the provisions of mental health services.
At least two (2) years verified post-Master’s experience providing mental health treatment.
Participation in at least ten hours of documented additional in-service per year.
At least twenty-one (21) years of age.
Criminal clearances (Act 33 and 34, specific State & child clearances and, if necessary, FBI).
Non-communicable diseases physical exam.
Valid driver's license from employee’s state of residence.
Valid registered vehicle insurance.
Ability to work with computers and the necessary software typically used by the department.