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Administrative Supervisor in New York, New York at The Jewish Board

Date Posted: 11/8/2018

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POSITION OVERVIEW:

The Greenberg Manhattan West/YCL Counseling Center offers mental health services to children, teenagers and adults. Treatment includes assessment and short and long term psychotherapy using multiple and flexible treatment modalities including individual, couple family and group treatment as well as evidence based psychotherapies. We offer services to the GLBTQ community in our GLBTQ counseling unit. We also have 10 school satellites ranging from K-12 offering on site therapy to students and families. Psychiatric consultation and medication management is offered to current clients. Our staffs of social workers offer culturally competent clinical services. We accept Medicaid and Medicare, most insurance plans and have a sliding fee scale.

The Administrative Supervisor in the Manhattan West/YCL Counseling Center is responsible for ensuring quality clinical care is delivered to youth receiving services in 10 school satellite clinics and providing administrative and clinical supervision school satellite clinical staff. All responsibilities are carried out in accordance with the standards of Federal, State, and City regulatory agencies and the standards of the Jewish Board.

KEY ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

•     Development of new clinical services within existing satellite clinics and expanding satellite services into new schools.

•     Strong relationship building skills to promote collaboration with all school staff, the Department of Education (DOE) and the community.

•     Be well versed in evidence based practices and how to implement them into clinical settings.  Provide supervision in these modalities to school staff.

•     Hiring and training new staff; conducting performance appraisals; addressing problematic behaviors and performance issues, including progressive discipline and termination.

•     Supervise and conduct intake interviews and carry a caseload as needed.

•     Ensure clinical and administrative compliance in all program areas.

•     Complete utilization reviews and disposition new cases after intake.

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

•     Familiarity with data, outcomes and possess strong technical and organizational skills

EDUCATIONAL / TRAINING REQUIRED:

•     Master's Degree in Social Work; LCSW required.

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED / LANGUAGE PREFERENCE:

     Spanish speaking a plus

•     Training and competence working with children, families and adults preferred