Clinical Supervisor / Mental Health Professional (F/T) Evaluation &Treatment facility - Pierce County
Essential Job Functions
1.Collaborates with recovery medical team in the delivery of daily treatment objectives from admission to discharge to ensure continuity of care.
2.Ensures appropriate clinical and medical reviews and supports for all guests served are conducted accurately, as well as ensuring that all care is appropriately documented in the electronic medical record.
3.Works in collaboration with the Support Services Coordinator to maintain adequate staffing needs, to include calling identified staff for coverage when needed.
Monitors assigned staff attendance, to include tardiness and implements corrective measures.
Monitors OT of assigned staff and provides updates to RSA and Support Service Coordinator.
4.Provides leadership to program staff to include, but not limited to:
In conjunction with Support Service Coordinator makes recommendations to RSA on hiring staff.
Provide direct supervision and oversight of new direct service staff, assuring training and completion of all New Hire requirements to include Relias and Ultipro.
Provides appropriate disciplinary action of assigned staff and monitors for the results.
In conjunction with RSA oversees Annual Performance reviews for assigned staff, and assist with identifying goals and performance objectives.
5.Takes referrals from community providers during their scheduled shift, communicates with the RN about pending referrals.
6.In partnership with the person being served, develops a recovery service plan and uses Recovery Coaching to engage each participant in his or her individual recovery journey.
7.Documents information and service provided in electronic data base assuring continuity of the service record and as a tool for communication with other team members.
8.Ensures completion of designated assessments of all guests brought to the facility, developing plans and recovery solutions in partnership with the participant.
9.Partners with the participant to obtain collateral information from the person's support team such as family members, friends, case manager and other area programs, based on the person's preferences.
Obtains details of Advance Directives such as Mental Healthcare Power of Attorney and crisis plans to partner with the person to design and plan care.
Meets with team to communicate information obtained, communicate the preferences of the person being served and offer recommendations concerning plan of service and plan of discharge.
Guides the implementation of the discharge plan, obtaining the most effective recovery-oriented outcome for each individual.
Education, Licenses and Experience
1.Master's degree or further advanced degree in counseling or social work or one of the social sciences from an accredited college or university, required.
2.Minimum of two (2) years management experience preferred, but not required.
3.Designated as a Mental Health Professional in accordance with WAC 388-865-0150.
4.Minimum of two (2) years of experience in direct treatment of persons with mental illness or emotional disturbance, such experience gained under the supervision of a mental health professional.
Additional Requirements, Certifications and Qualifications
1.Current CPR and First Aid Certifications
2.Required to pass pre-placement physical examination
3.Will be required to pass the WATCH background check and RI background check
4.. Completion of Therapeutic Options training prior to providing direct care.
5.Proof of Rubella and Hepatitis B immunity
6.Completion of HIV/Aids Training and Certification
Driving Requirements (by assignment)
1.Must possess a Washington Drivers license that is active and in good standing. NOE: Candidate must be at least twenty-three (23) years of age if driving a company vehicle, and twenty-one (21) years of age if driving a personal vehicle for agency business.
2.Must be able to comply with the agency's Driver's Safety Policy.
3.Proof of personal auto insurance with a minimum of $100,000.00 in liability if using personal vehicle for agency business.
Works in behavioral health clinical areas. Some risk involved in the event of agitated guests. Must possess Visual and Audio skills to complete job duties. Schedule may include long hours at times. Be willing to work or support other shifts as needed, to include holidays.
The physical requirements described herein are representative of those which must be met by an employee to successfully perform the primary functions of this job. Continuous standing; walking; handling; finger dexterity, eye-hand-foot coordination; use of corrected vision; depth perception; wide field of vision; color vision; use of auditory, olfactory and tactile senses. Frequent bending over; stooping, kneeling; crouching; pushing; pulling; sitting; reaching; climbing/balancing on a step stool to reach supplies/equipment in cabinets; climbing stairs; carrying up to 25 pounds. Occasional crawling; running; pushing up to 250 pounds; pulling up to 250 pounds; lifting up to 50 pounds.
Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities, who are otherwise qualified, to perform the primary function.
RI International serves through 50+ programs in the U.S. and abroad, offering services in four business unit categories: Crisis, Health, Recovery and Consulting. Our values and priorities are interwoven throughout all services and include: maintaining a recovery culture, ensuring clinical best practices, making safety a priority for all, measuring value and results, optimizing quality and compliance, and serving as a key resource for First Responders.
We offer an excellent benefit package: medical, dental and group life, employer matched 401k, paid holidays and PTO program.