We’re looking for a Clinical Supervisor to join our team that values growth, contributes to a supportive agency culture, and is motivated to supporting the needs of the SUD population.
Essential clinical supervisor duties and responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
Intakes and assessment interviews
Individual counseling (caseload max. 2-3 clients)
Facilitating group therapy using Evidence Based Practices
Providing clinical supervision to clinical team members
Completing required paperwork/reporting to various referral sources
Facilitating staff meeting
Proficiency with clinical documentation and timeliness
Auditing clinical charts to ensure quality and completion
Managing program schedules
Strong interagency communication
Reviewing documentation completed via EHR to ensure accuracy in charts
Training and onboarding new clinicians joining the team
Managing and approving the vacation calendar of clinical staff
Working alongside Executive Assistant to monitor and complete all monthly billing requirements
Master's degree in related field with full licensure of LCSW, LPC, and/or LAC.
Registered in Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) database. A minimum of a CAS preferred; LAC is desirable.
If in recovery from addiction, must have at least two years of continuous sobriety.
If non-addicted, the counselor should espouse abstinence.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Ability to establish healthy and appropriate boundaries with clients.
Ability and willingness to cooperate with agency staff and other agencies.
Understanding and adherence to federal confidentiality regulations (HIPAA & 42 CFR Part 2), and commitment to adhere to agency as well as all funding source policies and procedures/mandates.
Excellent people skills and team orientation.
Ability to use computer/technology, Microsoft Word, Excel, etc. as well as an understanding of using an Electronic Healthcare Record system.
Hiring process will consist of a 90-day minimum probationary period to determine if candidate is a good fit to Sobriety House culture and is able to consistently meet work ethic standards.
What makes Sobriety House a great place to work:
Supportive culture in a well-established treatment center; Sobriety House is the oldest residential treatment center in the state.
Medical, dental, and vision coverage
Paid time off and 11 paid holidays per year
Work-life balance (4 additional mental health days per year!)
Four 10-hour work days per week (3 day weekends!)
401K, with agency matching up to 3%; fully vested after 3 years of employment
$400 per year for continuing education reimbursement
Short and long term disability and life insurance
Gym membership and wellness program
Hybrid work schedule
License application fee reimbursement
Approved site for the Colorado Health Service Corps which offers up to $90,000 for student loan reimbursement with a 3-year service commitment