Clinical Supervisor

Since 1968, Integrity House has provided comprehensive and compassionate addiction treatment services for individuals with substance use disorders. In addition to being accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (C.A.R.F.), an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services, at its highest level for more than 23 years, 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 an effective resource for those who need help. We currently offer inpatient, outpatient, and halfway house 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.

Integrity House is looking for a part-time Clinical Supervisor to provide 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 tasks; 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. 
  • Supportive: coaching, morale building, burnout prevention, and encouragement of personal growth

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Provide weekly clinical supervision to assigned supervisees, for 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 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 supervisee, and providing 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, C.A.R.F., 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 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 Division of Consumer Affairs for each discipline.
    • Social Work: N.J.A.C. 13:44G
    • Alcohol & Drug: N.J.A.C. 13:34C
    • Professional Counseling: N.J.A.C. 13:34(10-13)

Job qualifications include:

  • Master’s degree in related clinical field (i.e., clinical social work, mental health counseling, substance use counseling, etc.), required
  • At least three (3) years experience in human services fieldwork (Preferred)
  • Experience in substance abuse program management, delivery, and evaluation (Preferred)
  • Credentials (e.g., C.A.D.C.)
  • Master’s Level Licensure (e.g., L.S.W., L.A.C., L.C.A.D.C.)
  • Clinical Licensure (e.g., L.P.C., L.C.S.W.)
  • Strong knowledge of substance use disorder and mental health treatment
  • Strong understanding of stages of change model
  • Strong knowledge and application of D.S.M. criteria
  • Strong understanding of clinical modalities proven effective for substance use disorder treatment, including but not limited to Cognitive Behavior Therapy (C.B.T.), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Therapeutic Community (T.C.), and Twelve-Step Facilitation (T.S.F.)
  • Strong understanding of treatment advances within the substance use disorder and mental health treatment fields, including medication-assisted treatment (M.A.T.)
  • Strong knowledge and application of American Society of Addiction Medicine (A.S.A.M.) level of care index and intensities
  • Familiarity with and knowledge of self-help 12 step groups including A.A., NA, Al-Anon, etc.
  • Strong knowledge of applicable privacy rules (HIPAA and 42 C.F.R. Part 2)
  • Strong knowledge and application of mandatory reporting laws (i.e., Child Abuse & Neglect, Elder Abuse, Duty to Warn, etc.)
  • Organized with solid documentation and record retention skills. 
  • Prior clinical supervision experience, strongly preferred.

Physical/Medical Requirements: Prior to hire, candidates shall be required to show documentation of COVID-19 vaccination or eligibility for an exemption and have a negative T.B. skin test and positive titers for the M.M.R.

Interested candidates must submit a thoughtfully written cover letter and resume to with the title of the position in the email subject line.

Full-time employees receive a robust benefits package that includes paid holidays, vacation, sick, and personal days; medical, dental, and vision benefits; a medical flexible spending account (F.S.A.); short and long-term disability; life insurance; and a 403b retirement plan with a dollar-for-dollar match up to 3%. Integrity also offers annual rewards and bonuses (dependent on the agency’s financial results), tuition reimbursement; license renewal reimbursement; opportunities for internal advancement and professional development; and a warm, collaborative environment.