Clinical Supervisor

Clinical Supervisor for Assessment Program (two openings)

Organization: 
WestCoast Children’s Clinic
Location: 
Oakland, CA
Summary: 
The Assessment Clinical Supervisor is responsible for supervision and/or consultation, and training of pre-doctoral interns, post-doctoral fellows, and licensed program staff in the Assessment Program of WestCoast Children's Clinic. The position also requires committee participation in Assessment Program staff meetings and projects.
Primary Responsibilities include:
  • Provides clinical supervision/consultation of assessments for pre-doctoral interns, post-doctoral fellows and clinical assessment staff.
  • Monitors quality of psychological reports.
  • Ensures compliance with WCC policies, procedures, and deadlines related to billing, record keeping, and documentation.
  • Tracks paperwork and billing to meet quality assurance standards.
  • Provides training in assessment including assessment overview, cognitive and learning assessment, projective and personality assessment, and collaborative assessment.
  • May conduct ongoing assessment case conference or provide consultation to clinical staff.
  • Collaborates on training with Assessment and Intern Training Program Directors and Assessment Supervisors. May assist in teaching assessment seminar.
  • In consultation with Assessment Program Director, identifies assessment-specific training needs and helps to oversee evaluation of interns, fellows and program staff.
  • Works on Assessment Program Projects in conjunction with organization and program goals.
  • Attends supervisor meetings and agency trainings as needed.
Qualifications: 
  • Doctoral level degree in Clinical Psychology, with California licensure.
  • Minimum of five years experience preferred in the field with administration, interpretation, and supervision of psychological assessment.
  • Experience with Therapeutic-Collaborative Assessment model.
  • Experience working with children, trauma, and the foster care/social service system.
  • Expertise and ability to handle both cognitive and psychological/emotional aspects of assessment.
  • Able to work as a team with other therapists, social workers and facilitate collaboration between professionals and systems.
  • Bilingual Spanish language skills required for one of the supervisor positions.
Skills and Knowledge Required: 
  • Multicultural awareness and competence.
  • Knowledgeable and flexible in working with students who are learning to administer, interpret, and write reports.
  • Good writing, communication, and organizational skills.
  • Teaching skills for child assessment – including cognitive, neuropsychological tests, projective measures, specifically expertise in the Rorschach.
  • Familiar and comfortable with both traditional and collaborative assessment, and able to use assessments as a tool of intervention.
Contact: 

If interested in applying, please use the online submission form at http://www.westcoastcc.org/work-here/ to submit your cover letter and resume describing how you meet these qualifications. Please note that cover letters are an important part of our applicant review process, so please ensure your cover letter is included when you apply. It is also helpful to let us know where you saw this posting.

WestCoast Children’s Clinic is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to diminishing the influence of privilege and discrimination in our field and our workplace, whether due to differences concerning age, citizenship, color, disability, marital or parental status, race, religion, gender or sexual orientation.

For more information, please visit www.westcoastcc.org.

Clinical Supervisor for Trauma Informed Services

Organization: 
The Center for Great Expectations
Location: 
Somerset, NJ
Summary: 

The Center for Great Expectations (CGE) is seeking an experienced clinical supervisor to provide trauma-informed clinical supervision in our residential, outpatient, parent-infant mental health and supportive housing programs. CGE is a recognized leading provider of trauma informed treatment services in substance abuse and mental health programs in New Jersey. CGE offers high quality substance abuse and mental health treatment to women in our residential facilities and to men and women in our Outpatient Program. Our Parent Infant Mental Health Program offers attachment-based parenting interventions to clients in all our clinical programs. Our Supportive Housing Program provides intensive case management and rental assistance to families in recovery. CGE was recently awarded a five-year Category III SAMHSA grant through the National Child Traumatic Stress Network. This position will also include oversight and management of grant related activities.

Qualifications: 

1. Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or a related field with significant experience working with high risk, minority, traumatized populations;

2. Licensed as an LCSW or comparable licensure, LCADC preferred;

3. Qualified to supervise clinical interns and clinicians working toward clinical licenses such as LCSW, and/or LCADC;

4. Experience in supervision, team leadership or management;

Contact: 

Email Cover letter and Resume to

jgiuliano@cge-nj.org
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