Are you searching for a fulfilling place to develop your career and an opportunity to make an impact in someone’s life? At Integrity, we believe that a vibrant company culture which supports and nurtures our employees is so important that it is the key to our success. With our team culture, we listen to your ideas and invest in your career growth! Our purpose and passion are to empower clients, their loved ones, and our communities by helping individuals achieve recovery and optimal wellness of the mind, body, and spirit. Be a part of our team whose mission is to help individuals and families through an effective and measurable system of comprehensive Therapeutic Community addictions treatment, mental health treatment, and recovery support in a way that brings about positive, long-term lifestyle change.
The clinical supervisor is responsible for providing clinical supervision to each supervisee assigned, as it relates to substance use disorders, mental health disorders, and co-occurring disorders. Clinical supervision is a disciplined, tutorial process wherein principles are transformed into practical skills, within four overlapping areas of focus: administrative, evaluative, clinical, and supportive.
- Administrative: planning, organizing, coordinating, and delegating task; selecting and assisting staff; and determining clinical and administrative privileges.
- Evaluative: goal setting: formulating realistic, measurable objectives that make performance review possible; and feedback: providing clear, constructive, humane communication concerning the degree to which goals have been attained.
- Clinical: developing counseling knowledge and skills, identifying learning issues and problems, determining counselor strengths and weaknesses, and transmitting knowledge for practical use
Primary Duties and Responsibilities of a Clinical Supervisor
- Provide weekly clinical supervision to assigned supervisees, for a minimum of 1 hour per week (50 hours per calendar year).
- Document the clinical supervision session, and retain through records.
- Oversee diagnosing and assessment being conducted by the supervisee.
- Biannual evaluation of each supervisee in the areas of personal characteristics, philosophical foundations, communication, counseling skills, adjunctive activities, and ethical standards.
- Monitor each supervisee 1:1 during group facilitation, individual counseling, clinical case presentation, etc., once per quarter.
- Review all treatment plans, assessments, and treatment recommendations made by the supervisee, and provide supervising signature where required.
- Document clinical consultations in the client’s file.
- Ensure compliance with all licensing & accreditation requirements including organizational (Department of Health, Division of Mental Health & Addiction Services, CARF, etc.) and individual, for each supervisee (as outlined by the Division of Consumer Affairs) for each respective discipline, as it relates to clinical practice & clinical supervision.
- Ensure adherence to all applicable laws including those related to Duty to Warn, Child Abuse & Neglect, Elder Abuse, Megan’s Law, etc.
- Collaborate with management on staff development and clinician strengths.
- Complete all required (internal and external) supervision forms, applications, etc., retain proof within the agency, and submit to the Division of Consumer Affairs where applicable.
- Strict adherence to all organizational policies.
- Comply with and satisfy all supervision and practice regulations as defined by the Division of Consumer Affairs for each discipline.
- Social Work: N.J.A.C. 13:44G
Preferred Qualifications of a Clinical Supervisor
- Master’s Degree in clinical social work, required
- A relevant supervision certificate as outlined below required.
- LCSW, and/or:
- 3 years of practice as LCSW, and
- 20 Hour Continuing Education Credits of post-graduate Clinical Supervision Course offered by either the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) or a sponsor approved by ASWB, or an educational program approved by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).
- Dual Credential (LCSW & LCADC or LPC & LCADC), preferred. Dually credentialed LCSW or LPC who holds a valid supervision credential for their discipline, has three years of clinical experience, and has held LCADC for one-year minimum, may not be required to obtain CCS per Alcohol & Drug Counseling Regulations:
- “A New Jersey licensed clinical alcohol and drug counselor who is also a New Jersey certified advanced practice nurse, licensed psychologist, licensed clinical social worker, licensed marriage and family therapist, or licensed professional counselor, is deemed a qualified supervisor by the other respective professional licensing board, and who has three years of clinical experience in alcohol and drug counseling.
- The three years of clinical experience shall include hours earned as part of an individual’s internship training. At least one year of the required experience shall be obtained after holding a license as a clinical alcohol and drug counselor.
- If the other professional licensing board does not have specific statutory or regulatory requirements to qualify a licensee to supervise clinical mental health services, the Committee will, on a case-by-case basis, consider that dual-licensee’s supervisory experience to determine whether to waive the CCS requirement.”
Why Work for Integrity?
We believe that work is more than a place you go every day. It is about being inspired and motivated to achieve extraordinary things. We believe that workplace diversity and the inclusion of a variety of views, perspectives, and backgrounds are integral parts of our company’s success and provides you with the best co-workers you could ask for. Our employee benefits play an important role in making Integrity a great place to work.
Who We Are?
Since 1968, Integrity House has provided comprehensive and compassionate addiction treatment services for individuals with substance use disorders. Integrity is accredited from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services, at its highest level, Integrity House is recognized statewide as a treatment leader. Integrity House is committed to best practice and has expanded its program and services throughout the years to remain a practical resource for those who need help. We currently offer inpatient, residential, and outpatient, levels of addiction treatment, including medication-assisted treatment; treatment for co-occurring disorders; outpatient mental health services; recovery programs; education and workforce readiness opportunities; and supportive housing.
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