Job ID: 125289
Category: Behavioral Health/Psychology
Work Type: FT
Location: Philadelphia, PA, United States
Date Posted: May 12, 2022
Work Schedule: Days
DescriptionPenn Medicine is dedicated to our tripartite mission of providing the highest level of care to patients, conducting innovative research, and educating future leaders in the field of medicine. Working for this leading academic medical center means collaboration with top clinical, technical and business professionals across all disciplines.
The Clinician Supervisor will oversee all clinical and administrative functions for the Behavioral Health Unit at the Juvenile Justice Services Center, under Child Outpatient Services at Hall Mercer. The person in this position will provide supervision to other clinical staff and interns, collaborate with the Child Psychiatrist, and ensure that service delivery is meeting the needs of the residents in our care. They will also carry a caseload of client residents at the JJSC.
· Supports Program in overseeing clinical oversight of the program, including fidelity to the intervention model and planning for future clinical needs
· Provide supervision to clinical staff and interns at the JJSC
· Attends to any performance management issues and completes annual performance reviews.
· Liaises with DHS, JJSC staff, Court staff and CBH to ensure that referrals are appropriate and systems are established to create and enhance clinical care provided to residents and families
· Accurately maintains client roster and related data and uploads, tracks and assigns new referrals for treatment, and communicates with caregivers from current or potential client families as needed (point person for inquiries).
· Responsible for regularly reviewing staff’s clinical documentation including billable units reports, progress notes, assessments, clinical measures, treatment plans, and discharge plans; all in accordance with agency and state compliance guidelines.
· Support onboarding and offboarding of staff in transition, including interviews for new hires. Provides additional clinical support to families if a team is short-staffed, according to state regulations.
Education or Equivalent Experience:
Masters Degree required in Social Work, Counseling or related degree with at least 2 years experience. Providing clinical services to adolescents and/or young adults; experience and desire of working with families. LCSW, LMFT, LPC is preferred.
We are an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. Candidates are considered for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, marital status, familial status, genetic information, domestic or sexual violence victim status, citizenship status, military status, status as a protected veteran or any other status protected by applicable law.