Clinical Supervisor I
Full Time: Exempt
The clinical supervisor provides clinical and administrative supervision to a team of mental health therapists in an outpatient program serving children ages 2-17 and their families. Oversees case assignments and clinical documentation, and trains and supports the professional development of outpatient therapists. The Clinical Supervisor will be joining a multi-disciplinary team, as part of a larger trauma-informed community mental health organization.
-Implements short-term and long-term goals and program objectives, deciding how to best use resources to achieve successful outcomes.
· Imparts knowledge, skills, and attitudes associated with professionalism and models appropriate behavior for addressing errors and engages supervisee in a two-way discussion.
· Ensures completion of all clinical documentation in accordance with state, federal and organizational requirements, with an emphasis on collaborative documentation.
Education and Work Experience:
Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
- Master’s degree in psychology, social work, counseling, or related field required
- Three years of direct treatment experience, including two years of early childhood mental health services
- Meets QMHP requirements under State of Oregon Administrative Rules required
- Current Oregon Licensed mental health professional or a current professional mental health license in another state with the ability to obtain Oregon licensure within 6 months of employment
- Two years of experience providing clinical supervision and/or program management
- Experience training in a group setting
• Bilingual in Spanish and English, and possessing the ability to provide service in a culturally competent manner
- Must pass criminal history check trainings
- Language test if required
- Requires flexible schedule and work hours. May require evening work or hours in excess of routine schedule in order to ensure optimal program operations and service delivery.
Starting Pay Range:
School Based Clinical Supervisor I: $28.82- $30.69
School Based Clinical Supervisor I (Bilingual): $31.41 - $33.46
As an agency Morrison, its team members, and clients commit to the following values of trauma-informed care:
- Nonviolence - being safe and doing the right thing
- Emotional Intelligence - managing our feelings so we don’t hurt ourselves or others
- Social Learning - respecting and sharing ideas of our teams
- Democracy - shared decision making whenever possible
- Open Communication - saying what we mean and not being mean when we say it
- Social Responsibility - everyone makes a contribution to the organizational culture
- Growth and Change - creating hope for our clients and ourselves
- Equity - Assuring all can survive and thrive
Visit our website to learn more about our mission and history and our strategy for accomplishing our goal of achieving significant, positive, and long-term clinical outcomes for the clients we serve.
At Morrison we celebrate diversity. Through our commitment to equity and inclusion, we support our communities to move beyond disparity and oppression and work with compassion, integrity, and dedication to social justice through the implementation of goals and policies. We strive to create an inclusive and anti-racist organization by ensuring that racial identity will not determine or predict the quality of trauma-informed care a child receives; to that effect, we’re looking for candidates who can provide culturally-appropriate care or possess the ability to hold each other and yourself accountable to the diversity and uniqueness of all individuals within Morrison, our clients and our community stakeholders.
All positions at Morrison have been deemed Healthcare Providers and must comply with Oregon's COVID Vaccine Mandate. Proof of vaccination is required for all employees.