Summary of Duties: Multi-Systemic Therapy Supervisor manages, coordinates and provides clinical oversight to the agency’s MST program. Director carries out supervisory responsibilities following the organization’s policies and applicable laws.
Examples of ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
- Responsible for interviewing, recommend hiring and training employees
- Planning, assigning and directing work
- Assign caseloads and related duties
- Coordinates activities of staff in providing MST counseling services to assist the client with problems of emergency or crisis nature
- Assures MST staff accessibility to clients when needed at time most likely to promote engagement
- Responsible for intake, triage and initial/psychosocial assessment of all MST referrals in close consultation with the clinical director
- Keep a log of client intakes and demographics
- Representation of agency within respective communities in a professional manner
- Regular engagement with stakeholders and referral sources within the agency and community to provide education about the benefit of MST and ensure new and continued referrals to the MST program.
- Maintains a commitment to positive teamwork
- Participate in management meetings, develops and tracks program CQI initiatives as indicated.
- Conducts weekly supervision for MST staff to assure adherence to MST principals.
- Maintain HIPPA and client confidentiality at all times
- Regular and consistent attendance for the assigned work schedule is essential.
- Supervising of any additional MST staff.
- Determination of the appropriateness of referred client fit for MST program based on assessment.
- Corrections and edits to be made to MST therapists’ weekly treatment plans.
- MST principals and standards, CYFD, and Medicaid policies
Supervising, delegation, multitasking, problem solving, decision making, listening, adaptable to changes, communicating clearly both verbally and in writing, operating a personal computer and standard software, and typing.
Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling
At least three years’ experience in working with youth with antisocial acting out behaviors.(Preferred)
At least 3 years’ experience in providing clinical supervision. (Preferred)
Licenses and Certifications:
Must have a valid New Mexico Driver’s License and be independently licensed as an LPCC, LISW, LCSW with the NM Counseling and Therapy Board or the NM Social Work Board.
- Competitive Pay
- 3 weeks PTO the first year
- License renewal coverage
- $600.00 a year training allowance
- Student Loan Repayment eligibility
- Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance