||ACCS Clinical Supervisor
Adult Community Clinical Services
Eliot’s Behavioral Health Division provides an integrated and comprehensive network of services to adults with psychiatric disabilities that
are evidence based, provide rehabilitation and hope to those in services. Eliot is known for our innovative clinical approach, high quality clinical training and for having the most talented people in community behavioral health services.
Eliot's Adult Community Clinical Services (ACCS) program is an innovative clinical model that focuses on meeting each individual where they are
at as we develop creative clinical interventions to support individuals in achieving their life goals. Eliot is seeking an experienced Clinical Supervisor with outstanding supervisory skills, experience with clinicial
work and supervision. The ideal candidate will be scrappy, emapthetic, and motivated to improve the lives of adult with mental illnesses. Our ideal candidate will be driven,
with an interpersonal savvy that allows you to develop lasting relationships with both the people we serve and with ACCS Team Members.
- Promote hope, empowerment and recovery in all aspects of care. Empower Persons to exercise autonomy in all aspects of their life.
- Assist Persons with identifying choices and developing skills in self advocacy. Model professional behavior for staff and promote use of recovery
- Provide overall clinical supervision and oversight of service delivery of up to 28 Persons serviced.
- Provide clinical guidance and support in developing interventions and supervision of team members. Provide direct supervision to all staff
both in the office and in the field.
- Teach and model clinical interventions, strength based strategies and ensure services are culturally competent for Persons served.
- Ensure that services are culturally competent, strengths based, recovery based, focused on rehabilitation and are inclusive of Person preferences.
Ensure that the Person is at the center of all care and that all interventions are developed and provided in a manner consistent with Person preferences.
- Complete all intakes of new Persons, complete required assessments, obtain authorizations, complete crisis plans and coordinate aspects of Persons
admission according to agency and DMH policies.
- Complete assessments for all individuals on caseload
Schedule: M-F 8a-4p
Salary: Based on experience
License eligible or have a current Massachusetts clinical license including LICSW, LCSW, LMHC, LRC, LADCI, RN, PA, APRN, MD, or be a Licensed Psychologist. Must have strong
clinical skills with at least 2 years of experience working with people with severe and persistent mental illnesses. Must demonstrate advocacy, communication skills and planning/facilitating groups. Computer literacy and skill in the use of computers and related
software applications. Ability to consistently meet all necessary background and credentialing requirements. Must have valid driver’s license and reliable transportation to and from work and for the transportation of Persons as needed. Must have reliable telephone
notification system for emergency contact.
Must be proficient in English and have the ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing with residents, staff and other service providers. Demonstrates sound judgment
and effective, solution focused, problem solving skills. Ability to develop and maintain professional working relationships with Persons, staff, co-workers and supervisor. Ability to work effectively with diverse populations and cultural groups.
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