Mental Health Clinical Supervisor
September 27, 2012
$82,463 – $100,235/year, plus outstanding benefits including CalPERS Retirement Plan.
Solano County is seeking a skilled Mental Health Clinical
Supervisor. This position plans, organizes, coordinates,
and supervises one or more units or programs that address
community support, social rehabilitation, continuing care and/or
treatment of mentally, emotionally and behaviorally disturbed,
and/or substance abuse clients and their families; ensures that
work is performed in a clinically effective and efficient manner;
serves as a technical resource to staff, clients, and the
community in the absence of management staff.
This is licensed, supervisory level classification responsible for compliance with legal and ethical regulations. All work is performed within the limits of licensing and professional standards and scope of practice, carrying out necessary activities without direction except as unusual circumstances arise. Employees participate in development and implementation of programs, services, quality assurance, and performance standards. Depending on assignment, incumbents may participate in contract development and/or monitoring. Judgment is required both in interpreting established policies, goals, and objectives, and in applying concepts, plans, and strategies. Employees monitor and review work in pro¬gress, provid¬ing technical assistance and guidance, and ensure that appropriate policies and procedures are followed. Incumbents assist managers in developing and monitoring the assigned budget.
At least one year of experience in providing clinical and/or administrative oversight to newly hired and/or lower level staff in a mental health setting.
Two years of experience equivalent to the Mental Health Clinician – Licensed in Solano County
Four years of experience following licensure or registration for licensure in a mental health related setting providing direct services to mentally or emotionally disabled persons, including dual diagnosis and addiction issues for those assigned to the substance abuse settings.
Current licensure by the State of California Board of Behavioral Science Examiners as either a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) or Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), or current licensure by the State of California Board of Psychology as a Psychologist.
Note: Loss of the required State licensure shall result in termination or reassignment, if such a vacancy exists and the incumbent meets the minimum requirements for the vacant position. (Such action will be taken in accordance with Civil Service Commission rules).
How to Apply:
For a detailed announcement, supplemental questions and to apply please visit our website at www.jobsatsolanocounty.com. Any further questions may be directed to the HR Department at (707) 784-6170.
October 9, 2012