Clinical Supervisor/Coordinator

Website Waypoint

Empowering people of all ages through an array of human services

Waypoint is seeking a Clinical Supervisor who embraces a coaching approach to management and is willing to invest in individual and team performance for the sake of the highest quality of services for NH families while promoting a work culture of engagement and belonging. In this Clinical Supervisor role, you will be responsible for providing support as part of managing family-involved cases referred to the In-Home Based Services Program that are either open child abuse and/or neglect cases or adjudicated youth. The Clinical Supervisor will also provide practical support by reviewing case documentation to ensure that staff are working within the parameters of the treatment plan.  Apply today if you are interested in making a difference and want to lead a group of talented professionals who are devoted to strengthening families in NH and preventing child abuse and neglect.

Summary of essential job functions

  • Provide regular in-person and virtual clinical support of professional community-based Permanency Therapists.
  • Promote strong team engagement and peer support through weekly group supervision.
  • Assist the Program Manager in developing and expanding program scope and community involvement by meeting with DCYF District Offices, handling particularly challenging family situations, and facilitating team meetings in the absence of the Program Manager.
  • Ensure that clinical staff are meeting program requirements including visit interval, documentation, and fidelity to the Evidence-Based Practice delivery model

Minimum requirements

Education: Master’s Degree with a major in social work, counseling, marriage & family therapy. License required.
Experience:  Minimum of 5 years direct work experience with increasing responsibility in assisting children and complex and high-risk family situations, preference for supervisory experience
Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite – Outlook, Word, Teams
Successful criminal check, No history of abuse, neglect, or exploitation.
Must have a valid driver’s license, good driving record, reliable transportation, and liability insurance coverage.

Abilities required

  • A person-centered approach is respectful of all people regardless of circumstances
  • Ability to juggle multiple priorities at any given time
  • Strong communication skills verbally and in writing
  • Ability to travel within the general area of their Regional Office to provide in-person supervision
  • Willingness to be flexible to accommodate/meet staff needs.

Position Benefits and Perks Include:

  • Community-minded organizational culture of belonging and engagement
  • Professional development opportunities and educational assistance for continuing education
  • Ample paid time to ensure work-life balance consisting of personal, sick, and vacation hours plus an additional 10 paid company holidays
  • Future-oriented — Retirement planning with company match
  • Full-Time Position with a comprehensive core benefits package including paid family medical leave and Pet Insurance
  • Generous mileage reimbursement
  • Qualifying non-profit employer for Student Loan Forgiveness program

Here at Waypoint, our clients come from all backgrounds and so do we!  We employ a diverse workforce because it gives us the ability to serve our clients in an even greater way!

Apply today at www.waypointnh.org!  You will love what you do here!

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