Jan 27, 2020

MST Supervisor: Eastern New Mexico

  • Mental Health Resources, Inc.
  • Clovis, NM, USA
  • $45,593 - $66,102 yearly
Full time MST Supervisor MST Program Manager

Job Description

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.


  • 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.

Typical Decisions:  

  • 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.

Knowledge of:

  • MST principals and standards, CYFD, and Medicaid policies

Skill in:

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
  • 401K

License Required


Degree Required