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Administrative Supervisor in Brooklyn, New York at The Jewish Board

Date Posted: 4/22/2019

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Job Description


The Supervisor leads the Care Management team and is responsible for ensuring day to day operation of the program under the supervision of the Director of Care Management. The supervisor is the onsite supervisor for the Care Management program team including Care Coordinators and Peer Specialists as well as consulting Nursing and Psychiatric team members.

As needed, supervisors are also expected to perform the duties of Care Coordinators including, but not limited to coordination of services for an assigned caseload of enrollees. As this is an evolving program, additional responsibilities will be added.


Programmatic & Administrative Tasks:

  • Provide administrative supervision to program staff.

  • Ensure clinical and administrative compliance in all program areas.

  • Monitor service provision, referrals and census.

  • Ensure proper and timely monthly billing for services; utilize electronic and manual systems to run reports and monitor billing.

  • Conduct and arrange staff training & development, as required, and conduct performance appraisals.

  • Participate in and oversee admission and discharge processes and decisions.

  • Develop and improve operations, systems, effectiveness, census and quality impact projects/activities.

  • Conduct and participate in quality assurance activities, including Continuous Performance Improvement (CPI), consumer satisfaction surveys, and chart reviews and audits.

  • Implement new initiatives and program improvement activities.

  • Monitor and follow up on incidents.

  • Conduct community outreach, develop and maintain strong linkage relationships with community service providers, and participate in network/coalitions meetings.

  • Participate in and facilitate various meetings.

  • Help interview and hire program staff; process staff termination in accordance with JBFCS Policy & Procedure.

  • Schedule and monitor staff attendance, staff and vacation scheduling to ensure proper coverage.

  • Serve as back up to the Director or Administrative Supervisor, assuming responsibility for operations in his/her absence.

  • Other administrative duties, as assigned.

    Clinical Tasks:

  • Provide individual supervision to program staff.

  • Provide direct service to participants, as needed.

  • Help coordinate care for higher risk cases.

  • Review and co-sign assessments, plans and other documentation as required.

  • Plan and participate in program activities and services.

  • Facilitate weekly team meetings, briefings and case conferences.

  • Ensure quality assessments, risk management, service planning, service reviews, and contact and progress notes.

  • Other clinical duties, as assigned.

    Crisis Prevention Tasks:

  • Provide and supervise crisis intervention services.

  • Ensure Crisis Intervention Incident Reporting

  • Coordinate staff coverage of 24-hour coverage

  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Nursing, Public Health or other related social service or health profession

  • Licensure in a related field of practice (LCSW, LMSW, RN, NP)