Eliot's Wraparound Services is searching for a LIcensed Clinician to fill the role of Clinical Supervisor. This staff should possess 5 years post-graduate experience providing behavioral services to youth and families, preferably in a home-base or wraparound program. This position is responsible to provide clinical supervision and administrative oversight to assigned staff across multiple service deliveries.
Our Child Youth and Family Services spring from the Children’s Behavioral Health Initiative (CBHI) which encompasses multiple service systems that include: Intensive Care Coordination, Family Support and Training, In-Home Therapy, Therapeutic Mentoring, Outpatient Therapy and Psychiatry, and Mobile Crisis Intervention.
- Provide clinical interventions for Wraparound Services.
- Provide clinical supervision and administrative oversight to assigned staff across multiple service deliveries.
- Monitor performance of assigned clinical staff and conduct performance evaluations.
- Assure the orientation of new staff to the Service and the Agency.
- Review required documentation, progress notes and assessments for assigned staff focusing on effectiveness of interventions and quality service.
- Able to utilize innovative, evidence-based techniques and motivational counseling to inspire families and to increase engagement and progress towards goal.
- Coordinate treatment planning and aftercare services with other treatment providers, so as not to duplicate services and to foster seamless and consistent support as assigned.
Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, Nursing or other closely related field. LICSW or LMHC with supervisory experience. Must have 5 years post- graduate experience providing behavioral services to youth and families, preferably in a home- base or wraparound program. Must be certified in the Massachusetts CANS. Able to provide in home support. Computer literacy and skill in the use of computers and related software applications. Ability to consistently meet all necessary background and credentialing requirements. Must have valid driver’s license and reliable transportation to and from work and for providing services in the community. Must have reliable telephone notification system for emergency contact.
Eliot Community Human Services offers a great benefits package that includes a competitive salary, 3 weeks vacation, 12 sick days and 11 holidays. Eliot pays 75% of health and dental insurance and 100% of Life, AD&D, Short and Long Term Disability insurance for full time employees. We also offer 401(k) retirement plan, Dependent Care plan, EAP, credit union, free college savings tuition program and other voluntary benefits. The agency also has our own in house training program which provides CEU’s.Company Description
Eliot provides an integrated and comprehensive network of community-based services to more than 30,000 individuals and families throughout Massachusetts.
Eliot has been delivering state of the art, evidence-based programming for more than fifty years. Using a person-centered, family-driven approach, we believe strongly in partnering with the communities we serve. Our programs collaborate with one another, utilizing the expertise within the agency to provide the highest standard of quality services to our clients, their families, to the community, and to our funding sources. This commitment to collaboration fuels our strategy to employ a consumer centered approach to service delivery to meet the individual needs of our clients. Our approach fuses community resources, funding resources and our vast array of services to ensure that the high quality programs bring hope to those we serve.
Our continuum of services includes twenty-four hour psychiatric emergency services and crisis stabilization, individual, group and family outpatient counseling, addiction services, in-home therapy, therapeutic mentoring, and early intervention services for children, and community outreach and case management to individuals with mental illness. We oversee residential programs for young children and adolescents in the custody of the Department of Children and Families, residential treatment programs for youth mandated by the Department of Youth Services, and residential, day, social and vocational programs for adults with mental illness, brain injury and developmental disabilities. Eliot also provides outreach, community support and case management to homeless individuals throughout the Commonwealth.
Eliot is funded and serves individuals referred by Managed Medicaid Organizations, Commercial Insurers, the Massachusetts Departments of Children and Families, Developmental Disabilities, Public Health, Mental Health, Youth Services and the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission.