Licensed Clinical Supervisor/Clinician (LMHC/LMFT/LCSW) FTE/w benefits

Come join our awesome team of professionals at our Tallahassee City Service Center.

Families First of Florida’s (FFF) mission is to strengthen children, families, and adults by providing quality mental health services.

As a clinical supervisor, you are responsible for the direct supervision and training of the clinical staff including but not limited to the following: (1) facilitating monthly clinical meeting focusing on professional development (2) providing one on one clinical supervision and group supervision on an as needed basis (3) providing crisis intervention and support as needed (4) oversight of the contractual agreements and ensuring staff are providing services agreed upon to the agency standards (5) providing review of clinical documentation and ensuring that paperwork is completed and submitted according to established time frames (6) providing oversight to maintenance of the client files to maintain compliance with contractual agreements (7) other functions/duties related to clinical program and supervision as deemed necessary and appropriate.

The Clinical Supervisor will support and facilitate a team philosophy within the agency and the extended community, and will be an active member of the treatment team by ensuring quality therapeutic intervention as it relates to the treatment of both mental health and behavior disorders in children and adolescents served by FFF. The Clinical Supervisor will support the agency mission through the practice and implementation of ethical decision-making; quality standards of care follow through with agency policies and procedures and abiding by the contractual agreements set forth by DCF CBC’s, and AHCA. The Clinical Supervisor reports to the site Program Manager.

Essential Job Functions:

Responsible for the clinical supervision and management of therapeutic service delivery by the clinical team, including but not limited to overall compliance with the policies and procedures, clinical reporting, department monitoring and contract.

Responsible for all aspects of the treatment planning process including but not limited to the formal treatment plan and subsequent reviews, bio-psychosocial, safety planning, permanency planning, discharge planning, and crisis stabilization planning for the clinical programs.

May be responsible to complete up to 5 intakes per week based on the needs of the department. Depending on programs development may be required to maintain 10-15 billable hours per week, this will be determined at hire date and during supervision.

The Clinical Supervisor will be responsible for maintaining and fostering quality relationships with the Community Partners, DCF, CBC, Medicaid/AHCA, GAL program and any additional community agents working in the best interest and safety of the children. Attend community and treatment team meetings.

Report the status of the clinical programs and related issues and concerns to the Clinical Program Manager. Review and report all incident and/or abuse reports to the Clinical Program Manager immediately.

Education & Requirements:

Hold a master’s degree in the field of counseling, social work, psychology, rehabilitation, special education, or human services.

Maintain licensure in the State of Florida as a Licensed Clinician (LCSW, LMHC, LMFT) along with a minimum of two (2) years of experience working with abused /neglected children and their families..

Benefits Summary:

10 paid holidays

2 weeks PTO (3 weeks after 5-yrs.)

Employer will contribute for seminars, conferences, or CEU’s, of up to $125.00 per quarter & $500 per yr

Health Benefit Package (Florida Blue): Employer contributes up to 50% of single premium

Optional dental coverage with United Healthcare

Optional vision coverage with United Healthcare

AFLAC Optional STD, Accidental Indemnity Advantage, Hospital, Cancer Care, and Term Life Insurance (employee, spouse and children)

Employer sponsored 401k profit sharing plans (after one year of service)

Company cell phone

Other Skills/Abilities:

Ability to obtain extra certifications and attend professional trainings

Ability to network internally and externally to benefit the company, client, and program.

Highly responsible and self-motivated.

Work Environment:

This position is an in-office position (Monday – Friday).

Employees must pass Level 2 FDLE background screen, drug screen, local background screen in the county of residences, and have the ability to learn and utilize Electronic Health Record. Families First of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in the E-Verify program.

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