Clinical Supervisor

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Clinical Supervisor Position Summary

The Clinical Supervisor provides clinical and administrative supervision to Therapists, Resource Coordinator, program interns for the Detox & Rehab Program. The Clinical Supervisor also carries a caseload and provides direct care to clients including individual, family, and group therapy.

Clinical Supervisor Responsibilities

  • Function autonomously and utilize appropriate judgment in the analysis and problem solving of day-to-day, as well as crisis, situations.
  • Assist with hiring and training new staff.
  • Meet regularly with and provide clinical supervision to clinical team.
  • Evaluate clinical staff and work in collaboration with Program Manager to complete Performance Reviews.
  • Facilitate Treatment Team meetings and Case Consultations.
  • Facilitate completion of Annual Training Surveys/Individual Training Plans, assess clinical training needs of clinical staff and review results with Program Manager and Clinical Director.
  • Assist Manager with ensuring continuous quality improvement and monitor compliance with Department of Drug and Alcohol Program Licensure and all other State, County and regulatory and funding requirements.
  • Recommend updates to Program Manual and other policies and procedures.
  • Provide clinical supervision to therapists across the agency requiring licensed supervision for their licensure as needed.

Client Care Responsibilities 

  • Conduct screening interviews, ASAM assessments and bio-psychosocial assessments.  Based on ASAM level of care assessments, obtain authorizations for treatment and assign new clients to Therapists.
  • Identify treatment needs, develop individualized treatment plans with clients and review treatment plans as required.
  • Provide individual and group therapy, and family and couples counseling as needed.
  • Provide psycho-education and other life skills classes.
  • Make referrals for psychiatric and other clinical treatment services as needed, and act as liaison between provider and POWER.
  • Conduct follow-up surveys.
  • Complete all paperwork requirements.
  • Participate in 24-hour on-call rotation.
  • Participate in staff development and training as required.


  • LCSW or LPC licensure.
  • Five years’ experience in substance use disorder treatment programs, with a minimum of three (3) years in a supervisory capacity.
  • Value and exhibit excellent customer service.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Excellent computer skills, especially Word, Excel and Outlook, as well as the ability to utilize an electronic medical record.
  • Able to be on-call as needed to meet needs of clients and staff.
  • Self-directed and flexible to meet the needs of administration and management, and ability to manage multiple tasks.
  • Understand and support a trauma informed system of care.
  • Model and support clients and staff in health and wellness activities and with using healthy coping skills.
  • Support organization’s mission with a sensitivity of cultural diversity and workplace harmony.
  • Ability to secure Act 33 and 34 clearances.

Starting annual rate $ 48,000

As a service provider and employer, POWER values equality of opportunity, human dignity, and racial/ethnic and cultural diversity. Accordingly, POWER does not in engage in discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, gender, age, marital status, familial status, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic code, or other factor protected by law.

If you meet the qualifications and are willing to embrace POWER’s mission, vision, and values, submit your resume and cover letter to:

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