Seneca Center Salinas , CA 93901
The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for assisting the Program Director in the development and implementation of the program's goals. The Clinical Supervisor provides individual and group supervision to Master's level staff in relation to their clinical case management and assists them in professional growth. The Clinical Supervisor reviews and approves clinical documentation and assists in the development of appropriate clinical treatment goals and interventions for the clients in the program. Seneca is committed to hiring and maintaining a culturally, ethnically, and linguistically diverse workforce that is reflective of the local client or student community.
Meet individually with each clinician and intern weekly to provide clinical consultation, oversight and training.
Provide considerate and direct feedback to supervisees regarding job performance on a regular basis.
Provide leadership for staff in creating a positive work environment that adheres to the values of the agency.
Observe clinicians in triage and aftercare meetings with caregivers to further develop their skills.
Maintain an active presence in the program in order to develop an accurate assessment of the needs of the program.
Through example and consultation, guide staff to develop creative interventions for youth, which promote Seneca's mission of unconditional care.
Coordinate consultation to therapists and direct service staff, including psychiatric, family and individual treatment and behavior modification needs.
Coordinate/communicate with the Seneca psychiatrist and provide support and resources to him/her as needed for the care of the clients in the program.
Participate in management team meetings
Assist in dissemination and training of policies and procedures related to clinical work and operations
LCSW or LMFT required
Must be licensed for at least 2 years and able to provide supervision according to regulations of BBS.
At least five years' experience working in the mental health field with children and their families.
Familiarity with behavior modification and crisis intervention techniques.
Demonstrated ability to design and implement programs is desirable.
Knowledge and experience in individual and family therapy methods.
Demonstrated ability to write professional reports.
Valid California driver's license, a clean record, and insurable through Seneca's automobile policy.
Clearance of TB test, fingerprints, and any other mandatory State/Federal licensing or certification requirements.
5 weeks Paid Time Off
We provide a 403b retirement plan
Comprehensive employee benefits package, including medical, dental, vision and chiropractic coverage and partially paid premiums for dependents
Employer-paid Employee Assistance Plan
Employment opportunities are, and shall be open to all qualified applicants solely on the basis of their experience, aptitudes and abilities. It is the policy of Seneca Family of Agencies to grant equal employment opportunity to all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, national origin, marital status, disability, Vietnam Era Veteran status, age, religion, political affiliation, gender or sexual orientation. Seneca is committed to providing a fair, equitable, and inclusive work environment. We welcome candidates that will promote and value diversity and exercise teamwork and collaboration.