Clinical Supervisor – $2000 Sign-On Bonus
At Nexus-FACTS Family Healing we believe in changing the course of a child’s life by stabilizing families and strengthening mental health. We work to provide the support and services that heal and change the future for generations to come, and build healthy, inclusive communities. Our staff are all dedicated to these goals and share our hope for the future across culture, place, and lifespan. In return, we offer a unique, supportive work environment focused on systemic change, professional growth, and a flexible work-life balance so we model the joy we help our clients find. Our compensation is competitive as is our benefits program, diverse learning opportunities, and a chance to help others have a better life.
The Clinical Supervisor is pivotal in leading a team to do their best professionally and personally. The incumbent will be responsible for providing trauma-informed supervision that drives youth and family-focused care through the development, growth and oversight of programs, staff, and daily operations to include: A healing milieu, effective leadership, and communication, organization, and planning. The Clinical Supervisor may also provide direct individual, partner, family, and group therapies to clients.
Primary responsibilities include:
- Develops, implements, and maintains operational and clinical program goals, procedures and systems that support efficient and effective delivery of treatment services.
- Provides direct oversight and ongoing monitoring of the service delivery and collaborates with coworkers to ensure an emotionally and physically safe environment for clients that is also positive, respectful, clean, trauma-informed, and therapeutic.
- Oversees Master’s level interns as needed in programs they are associated with.
- Implements and ensures the service delivery and adherence to all the components of the treatment service model are consistent with evidence-based trauma informed and therapeutic practices.
- Maintains appropriate census, budgetary and expense management to ensure financial goals are achieved.
- Provides data, reports, and outcome information per CQI and Executive Director requests.
- Ensures that direct service goals of supervisees are met.
- Continually monitors the effectiveness of the treatment model and proactively implements improvements and enhancements as warranted.
- Participates in the selection, retention, training, ongoing development, and performance evaluation of staff.
- Participates as a multi-disciplinary team member in developing and implementing assessments, treatment plans, and strategies that will maximize therapeutic effectiveness.
Required Education and Licensure:
- Master’s degree in Social Services, Psychology, or clinically related field required
- Experience in child, youth, individual and family-based counseling required.
- Valid Minnesota licensure of LISW, LICSW or LGSW
- Board Approved Supervisor standing in Minnesota
- Valid driver’s license. Must meet state regulating agency and company driving requirements.
Preferred Education and Experience:
- Board of Social Work Approved Supervisor/LICSW
- Five (5) years’ experience in adolescent, adult, and family-based/early childhood behavioral counseling preferred.
- Two (2) years supervisory experience preferred.
Travel to meet with clients of supervisees on occasion. Occasional business travel to business offices or company-sponsored events may be required.
Work is performed in a mental health treatment environment. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those individual encounters while performing the essential functions of this position.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit, talk and/or hear, and/or use hands to finger, handle, or touch objects, tools, or controls. The employee is required to stand, and/or walk. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus. The mental and physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an individual to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The mental and physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an individual to successfully perform the essential functions of this position.
Expected Hours of Work:
Work schedules and hours are variable and expected to meet the needs of the business to include days, and evenings. Hours may be identified and communicated by management.
We provide competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits, including: four weeks paid time off in the first year of employment, multiple options for health insurance coverage, holiday pay, as well as no-cost life insurance and short/long-term disability insurance.
At Nexus Family Healing, we not only support diversity – we celebrate it and rely on it for the betterment of our employees, our services, and our impact on the community. We strive to provide the best quality care for our youth and the best work environment for our employees through an inclusive team culture. Nexus Family Healing is proud to be an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
Our Workplace Values:
At Nexus Family Healing, our ICARE shared values (Innovation, Compassion, Agility, Responsiveness, and Excellence) are the
foundation for our actions in the workplace. They define how we behave with each other, our clients, our partners, and our communities. Every interaction we have with each other will be met with understanding, kindness, and helpful action.