General responsibilities of an FFT Supervisor in the role of “Administrative Supervisor” will be to:
Provide accountability, child welfare and administrative supervision for up to four (4) FFT Therapists, Case Aides or Educational Specialist
Provide Accountability Oversight to ensure compliance with ACS 2021 Prevention Services Standards and Indicators, including;
collaborate with CQI team to improve program practice and outcomes by reviewing and providing feedback on the CQI Utilization Dashboard and Monthly Performance Reports.
monitor all ACS/OCFS database systems, such as PROMIS, CONNX and eVOLV, to ensure compliance with key performance indicators
ensure timely completion, review and approval of FASPs, Plan Amendments and Progress notes
ensure that length of service, home assessments and assessment of children and adults in or frequenting the home are completed
ensure that team engages in outreach activities in the community in order to attain required 20% utilization from self-referrals as required by contract
Provide Child Welfare Supervision to therapists consistent with the Staff Supervision Standard as delineated in the ACS 2021 Prevention Services Standards and Indicators. Elements of this includes
provide weekly supervision to all therapists inclusive of coaching, support, and guidance to conduct accurate, comprehensive assessments and professional development
document case discussions and case record reviews monthly in Supervisory Reviews for each case as well as complete Profession Development Log for each supervisee
collaborate with all departments of ACS including FAP, DCP, OPTA, OPPP, etc., as needed to ensure the safety needs of children are being addressed
ensure compliance will all other ACS Preventive Standards, policies and procedures related to CSEC, Safe Sleep, Cross Over Youth Practice Model, Intimate Partner Violence assessments, face to face contacts, etc.
Provide Administrative Oversight (with support from the Admin Assistant) to ensure therapists complies with all agency policies and procedures, including;
Ensure that staff comply with agency conditions of employment related to safety protocols, attendance, hours of work/Workforce1 and use of sick, personal, vacation time etc.
ensure that all staff meet performance standards and comply with agency standards of behavior and code of conduct
complete performance evaluations and address performance issues in a timely and progressive manner
Completes all other tasks related to role of administrative supervisor.
General responsibilities of FFT Supervisor in the role of a “Site Lead” includes, but are not limited to:
Will be required to carry caseload of up to 3 FFT cases in order to qualify for role of site lead
Attend all FFT trainings, conference calls staffing’s and site visits as required
Provide weekly Individual Supervision and Group Staffing to all FFT Therapists to ensure fidelity and adherence to the FFT Model
Ensure that all cases are opened and closed in the FFT/CSS system
Ensure therapists completes all assessment tools and enter them in FFTOQ system in a timely manner
Complete all staff ratings on a weekly basis and coordinates with FFT national consultant to ensure completion of all GTRs (Global Therapist Ratings) and TYPE (Tri-Yearly Performance Evaluations)