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Child First Clinical Supervisor

Location: colorado springs
Posted on: May 3, 2021

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Job DetailsJob LocationUnitah - Colorado Springs, COSalary Range$60,000.00 Salary/yearDescriptionSUMMARY OF POSITIONThe Child First Clinical Supervisor is responsible for the direction and management of all Child First program and clinical operations within Savio. The Clinical Supervisor engages in clinical reflective supervision with up to four Child First Clinical Teams (each team is made up of a Family Support Partner and a Mental Health and Developmental Clinician) who are conducting Child First's home-based therapeutic intervention. The Clinical Supervisor also serves in the Clinician role with up to two Child First families. As an administrator, the Clinical Supervisor works very closely with the Child First Senior State Clinical Lead to ensure fidelity to the Child First model and optimal outcomes for families. In addition, the Clinical Supervisor serves as a liaison to community-based providers serving young children and families and to the local early childhood collaborative.ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONSSupport the Agency Mission and VisionDemonstrate a strong commitment to the vision, mission, and goals of Child First.Supervise all components of clinical operations and set program policy and procedures for Child First teams of Masters and Bachelors level staff.Provide Child First group reflective supervision and case conference meetings on a weekly basis, using videotape as appropriate.Provide weekly reflective supervision with each Clinician, Family Support Partner, and Clinical Team.Maintain an "open door" policy for staff supervision, consultation, and support, as needed.Review progress notes, formulations, and clinical diagnoses for all children and families. Review and sign all Child and Family Plans of Care (Treatment Plans). Build and maintain cohesive, supportive, reflective, respectful relationships among staff.Review all process data on a monthly basis with staff and discuss areas for improvement, and respond to clinical areas of need with specific training for staff.Review all outcome data on a quarterly basis with staff and discuss areas for improvement, and respond to clinical areas of need with specific training for staff.Use the Child First Fidelity Framework with all staff to maintain fidelity to the Child First model.Lead all site-based quality enhancement activities in collaboration with the Child First Senior State Clinical Lead and Child First NSO.Participate in reflective consultation with the Child First Senior State Clinical Lead on a weekly and then biweekly basis.Participate in agency-based clinical supervision on a weekly basis.Assure that the Child First program and staff members are integrated into the affiliate agency, with ongoing communication with the agency Clinical Director and/or CEO.Hire new Child First staff using Child First NSO guidelines.Actively participate in all Child First training, including Child First Learning Collaborative, distance learning, and specialty training, and assist staff in mastering program components to ensure fidelity to the Child First model.Attend the monthly clinical and administrative Child First Clinical Supervisors' Meeting.Supervise entry of all data by staff and ensure accuracy.Conduct chart reviews to ensure all necessary clinical components and consents are in place.Oversee clinical component for reimbursement for services through Medicaid.Build relationships and work collaboratively with local non-profit agencies, public social services, and state policy makers to enhance their understanding and utilization of Child First services.Represent Child First within the local early childhood council or collaborative meetings and other local, state, and national meetings, as appropriate. Serve as the Child First liaison with all community partners including child welfare, health providers, early care and education, early intervention (IDEA-Part C), courts, etc. Make presentations about Child First as an early childhood, evidence-based, home visiting intervention, embedded in a system of care.Maintain a caseload of 1-2 Child First families, in partnership with a Family Support Partner.COMPETENCIESSkillsComputer proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and SharePointExceptional interpersonal skillsExceptional written and verbal communication skillsExceptional conflict management and customer service skillsAble to work with clientele from diverse cultural, socio-economic, religious and sexual orientation backgrounds Clinical Supervision Client Centered, Trauma Informed Clinical OrientationKnowledgeKnowledge of early childhood development and disability, especially emotional/behavioral health; parent-child relationships and attachment theory; effects of environmental risks on early childhood brain development, especially violence exposure and maternal depression; family systems; adult psychopathology, especially depression, personality disorders, and effects of trauma; psychopharmacology; and diagnostic classification of young children and adults. Knowledge and experience working with adults with mental health and cognitive challenges.Knowledge and experience working with diverse cultures and ethnicities.Child welfare time lines, Adoption Safe Families Act (ASFA)Expedited PermanencyFamilies First Prevention Services ActCode of Colorado Regulations Volume VII Child protection safety and risk decision makingUnderstand outcomes, tracking and data informed practiceAttributesInitiative - Takes prompt action to accomplish tasks and meet goals and objectives, Highly organized, self-motivated, and flexibleProblem Solving - Identifies and analyzes problems weighing the relevance and accuracy of available information. Generates and evaluates alternative solutions and makes effective and timely decisions.Professionalism - Can be counted on to get the job done, is an expert in their field, strikes the right tone in all communications, is structured and organized, owns up to mistakes. Integrity - Has the expectation that staff, volunteers and board members will serve the agency with integrity by being honest, moral and committed to the agency's mission and vision. Maintains Poise - Manages difficult and stressful situations with a calm presence. Customer Service - Provides excellent customer services to all clients, vendors, contractors and employees. Ethical - Adheres to the code of ethics for their profession. Represents the agency with high ethical and moral standards. Resourceful - Open minded, self-assured, proactive, persistent, optimistic, able to listen to others. Role Model - Is positive, calm and confident in themselves and provides leadership to staff and clients through role modeling. Essential Physical Functions Ability to hear clearly to utilize phones. Manual dexterity for operating computer, smart phone, calculator and/or other office equipment. Ability to communicate and exchange information verbally in a clear, concise & legible manner in English, and if a bilingual position, Spanish.Must have clarity of vision, with or without correction.Must have the ability to lift up to 35 pounds occasionally.Must be able to remain in a stationary position a minimum of 50%. Ability to driveAbility to twist, turn, stoop and/or stand to fulfill job responsibilities. Savio offers a fun and challenging work environment, competitive salary and excellent benefits, including:10 paid holidaysVacation at 6 monthsSick time starts on first day of employment Kaiser Medical insurance, employer pays 90% of individual employee medical coverageDental, Vision, Life, Pet Insurance, 403b, HSA, FSA Paid STD & LTD after a year of employment Employee Assistance ProgramEmployer Funded Retirement PlanCPR & First Aid TrainingClinical training and supervisionProfessional DevelopmentCompany issued cell phonePerformance increase at 6 months, 1 year and annually thereafter*This position can be based in the Denver or Colorado Springs area*QualificationsMinimum Qualifications: Licensed mental health clinician with Masters or Doctoral degree in social work, psychology, APRN-child psychiatry, marriage and family therapy, or related field.Minimum of five years' experience working psychotherapeutically with young children (0-5 years) and their families using a relationally-based model. Specific experience with dyadic parent-child psychotherapy preferred.Significant experience working in home and community based settings.Minimum of 3 years' experience conducting reflective supervision with Master's level clinicians.Excellent leadership and team-building skills.DISTRIBUTION OF HOURS: 100% Child ProtectionSalary: $60,000 (based on experience)Bilingual: $65,000 (based on experience)

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