- Portland, OR, United States
Clinical Supervisor - $3000 hiring bonus
Central City Concern is an innovative nonprofit agency providing comprehensive services to single adults and families in the Portland metro area who are impacted by homelessness, poverty and addictions. We hire people that are skilled and passionate to meet our mission through outcome-based strategies which support personal and community transformation.
The Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Clinical Supervisor is responsible for providing support and expertise in SUD’s care. The primary responsibilities include providing clinical oversight and development of designated programs under the umbrella of SUD’s. The SUD’s Clinical Supervisor will have specific program development focuses as identified by the SUD’s leadership team. The SUD’s Clinical Supervisor may provide clinical support to a variety of programs within CCC as directed or needed.
Duties to include:
Policy and Procedure/Compliance
- Monitor clinic compliance with all CCC policies and procedures, and contractual requirements. Develop and implement additional policies and procedures as needed to ensure effective operations, upon approval.
- Maintain an up to date knowledge of all Oregon Administrative rules that govern the program in which position has oversight responsibility.
- Ensure that clinical practices are in alignment with contracts and regulatory compliance to include but not limited to access timelines, authorizations, length of stay, medical necessity etc.
- Work collaboratively with SUDS leadership to envision and guide high quality, person centered and trauma informed services across the SUDS treatment continuum.
- Collaborate with other CCC Health Services program supervisors/managers in appropriate internal triage and referral processes, ensuring CCCHS’s high and medium complexity individuals are seamlessly routed to the most appropriate level of care.
- Provide and document at least 2 hours of supervision per month for each full-time staff. The two hours must include one hour of face-to-face contact for each person supervised, or a proportional level of supervision for part-time staff providing clinical or other support services to clients.
- Conduct and document ASAM assessments, Mental Health Assessments (where qualified), including mental status exam, risk assessment, DSM diagnosis, and clinical formulation.
- Provide crisis intervention support for clinical team and clients as needed.
- Identify and coordinate staff training needs, and collaborate with other SUDS or MH leaders to training plans. May conduct or facilitate trainings for clinical staff as needed.
- Offer clinical support to CADC’s and CRM’s (and QMHP’s/QMHA’s where qualified) in the SUDS, primary care and mental health service lines, as well as minimally within SUDS and housing as needed.
Sunday, September 19, 2021