St. Aloysius Orphanage Job Posting
St. Aloysius Orphanage is committed to the Sanctuary Model® for its philosophy of treatment and organizational management. Sanctuary® is a trauma-responsive method in which safety, recovery, healing, and growth occur for both clients and staff.
JOB TITLE: Supervisor School Based Mental Health Services – Butler County, LISW-S or LPCC-S, Signing Bonus
The Butler County School Based Services Clinical Coordinator is responsible for the administration and supervision of school based services in Butler County. The Butler County School Based Services Clinical Coordinator ensures that services are therapeutic and appropriately meet the needs of children and families. Butler County School Based Services Clinical Coordinator directly supervises the school based therapists.
Butler County School Based Services Clinical Coordinator must be qualified to provide counseling and psychotherapy, diagnostic assessments, and community support services according to Chapter 5122-23 of the Administrative Code.
Oversee the Butler County School Based Program, operationally and clinically. Insure that program operates in an effective and efficient manner.
Provide consultation for school based treatment team members on therapeutic and clinical issues including planning and facilitating team meetings.
Coordinate supervision with all clinicians.
Participate in regular supervision with the Managing Director of Child Programming
Review school based documentation for compliance and holds supervisees accountable to all compliance expectations on a weekly basis.
Maintain a balanced program budget with profit margins as directed by agency Strategic Leadership Team.
Hold staff accountable to productivity requirements.
Assists with professional staff recruitment to attract an experienced, well-trained, culturally diverse professional treatment staff.
Ensure appropriate standards of mental health treatment are maintained. Ensures that staff practices are within the parameters set forth by regulating and accrediting standards.
Serves as clinical back up for all therapists supervised.
Participates in treatment planning, case management, and discharge planning of patient in compliance with state and other relevant regulatory agency standards
Conducts staffing conferences related to clinical and treatment issues.
Attends training for professional development, to maintain professional licensure and meet licensing regulations.
Monitors, and observes clinical service provision to safeguard for compliance with agency service plan guidelines and regulations of the OMHAS, BCMHRSB, Medicaid and CARF.
Adhere to the philosophy of the Sanctuary Model and utilize the Sanctuary tools in daily practice with staff and clients.
Maintain a direct service productivity of 10 hours per week.
Other duties as assigned
Independent license (LISW, LPCC), supervisor endorsement preferred. 3 years clinical experience, including child, group, and family therapy. Experience providing clinical supervision.
St. Aloysius is an Equal Opportunity Employer