We’re working toward a world where all children realize their full potential…
When children and families face complex challenges, Children’s Home Society of Florida (CHS) is there. Founded in 1902 to provide safe, loving homes for orphans, CHS is now one of the oldest, largest and most respected nonprofit organizations in Florida. Delivering hope to more than 50,000 children and family members across the state, we continue to do more. We are leading the nation in developing and delivering solutions that transform the lives and futures of children and families.
Will you join us? Are you ready to HELP CHILDREN find–and achieve–their full potential? Are you ready to make a POSITIVE DIFFERENCE in the lives of children and their families? If so, we want to talk to YOU.
We’re seeking an experienced Clinical Program Supervisor to support our growing needs for clinical counseling services. You’ll manage the daily operations of a program requiring advanced assessment and intervention strategies; supervise clinical and support staff; coordinate service delivery - with the goal of providing hope, healing, and health to children, teens, and adults through clinical and supportive counseling services. This is an excellent opportunity for a focused and dedicated social services professional who has a passion for leadership and thrives in a fast-paced, never-the-same work environment.
- Supervise program staff including regular individual and group staff meetings and case consultation; oversee proper client to staff ratio; oversee program staff are provided daily, weekly and/or monthly clinical supervision as required by contract.
- Assign cases to program staff and oversee service delivery to be performed according to and within the CHS mission, policy/statewide directive/procedural directions and treatment models.
- Provide support with in-crisis or problem cases; provide on-going assistance to program staff in coordinating services for clients, including after hours assistance as needed or scheduled.
- Support new and existing program staff by providing field training, perspective, and empowerment which enable direct service personnel to deliver the service effectively.
- Provide clinical and supportive counseling services; individual, group and family therapy in a CHS office/facility, client home and/or school community as necessary.
- Provide clinical assessments, treatment plans and intervention; review and approve eligibility certifications, assessments, treatment plans, etc. as submitted by program staff.
- Review and monitor clinical records and program documentation, to be prepared according to contract and CHS standards (assessments, treatment plans, progress notes, termination summaries, etc.).
- Supervise program staff to generate necessary reports and documents (i.e. Quality Assurance and program accounting reports) and enter data into the Client Information System (CIS) in a timely manner as required by the program.
- Oversee that established program productivity goals are met while upholding the CHS standard of care
- Liaison with community agencies and attend closure or conference staffings.
- Participate in grant writing, contract negotiating or re-accreditation preparation, as requested.
- Review and approve notes to be submitted to billing, when appropriate.
- Assist in developing program policies and procedures.
- Delegate and oversee work assignment so that service delivery is performed according to the organization's mission, policies and procedures and service philosophy
- Provide case consultation and in-service training, as appropriate
- Identify unmet training needs
- Conduct performance evaluations
- Support and enhance staff's ability to perform their jobs by teaching and modeling technical knowledge and skills, work management and communication skills and conflict management skills.
- Working knowledge of the clinical counseling field
- Strong organizational skills and a tireless focus on quality results
- Exceptional leadership, interpersonal and communication skills that allow you to work well with diverse teams, clients and families
- Resiliency, with a propensity to persevere in spite of constant change
- A sincere passion for helping others in need
- YOU NEED:
- Master's degree in Social Work or comparable human service field
- Minimum of two years post-Master’s degree experience, preferably within related program or service delivery system
- For Behavioral Health Services programs:
- Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, Mental Health Counseling or comparable human services related degree
- A comparable degree must have included graduate level coursework in four of the following: human growth and development; diagnosis and treatment of psychopathology; human sexuality; counseling theories and techniques; group theories and practice; dynamics of marriage and family systems; individual evaluation and assessment; career and lifestyle assessment; research and program evaluation; personality theories; social and cultural foundations; counseling in community settings; and substance use disorders
- Two years of professional experience in providing services to persons with behavioral health disorders.
At CHS, we’ve created a workplace that supports what drives you personally and professionally. Competitive salaries … paid holidays … generous paid time off … flexible work schedules … and a sweet benefits suite that doesn’t just say we care about you, but truly demonstrates it!
With more than 1,900 team members, CHS is the #1 provider of children’s services in the state of Florida. We’re an employer and career path of choice for any aspiring professional committed to growth and excellence. At CHS, we do good.