Senior Clinical Supervisor
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Chicago, IL 60684
CBU Status: Management, Non-CBU
Erie Neighborhood House, a community-building agency empowering Chicago’s low-income and immigrant families, and dedicated to promoting a just and inclusive society is seeking a full time Senior Clinical Supervisor. The primary function of the position of Senior Clinical Supervisor is to direct, supervise and support a clinical staff and a clinical Internship program consisting of a minimum of six interns from a variety of local graduate school programs. It is most important that this individual have a minimum of five years clinical experience with children and is licensed. LCPC, LCSW or Licensed Clinical Psychology License is acceptable. This individual will also provide clinical services to children between the ages of 2 and 18 years and their families.
+ Provide individual and group reflective supervision to staff clinicians and graduate interns working in childcare and after school programs.
+ Provide overall clinical support to program staff.
+ Provide clinical services to children and parents in Erie House’s childcare and after school program upon request or referral.
+ Provide and oversee clinical observations of classrooms in Erie House’s childcare program.
+ Collaborate with childcare social worker regarding children referred for mental health and disabilities services.
+ Provide workshops and trainings for parents and lead support groups (i.e. mom’s group).
+ Provide training and workshops staff and interns.
+ Assist with the ongoing development and evaluation of clinical services.
+ Responsible for data collection, program evaluation and timely reporting for clinical services to funders.
+ Maintain notes, reports, and records of treatment plans on internal and external database systems as required by funders.
+ Participate in funder trainings and reviews.
+ Attends monthly department, all staff, funder and other required meetings.
+ Attend professional development applicable to field and population being served on an ongoing basis.
+ Doctoral or Master’s degree in Psychology, Social Work or Counseling required; LCSW or LCPC or Clinical Psychology License
+ Five years clinical experience and a minimum of two years of supervisory experience
+ Experience working with children and families required
+ 40-hour Domestic Violence Training Certificate
+ Knowledge in the areas of domestic violence, community violence, child abuse, mental health challenges
+ Strong organizational and effective time management skills
+ Bilingual English/Spanish required
+ Excellent written and interpersonal skills with fluency in both English and Spanish
+ Knowledge and appreciation of cultural issues and differences
+ Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
+ Flexibility and ability to work evening and weekend hours as necessary
+ Commitment to social justice and sensitivity to the assets and challenges of a diverse group of participants
Compensation Range: $70-75,000 plus benefits package
NO TELEPHONE CALLS PLEASE!
ERIE NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
ACCREDITED BY NAEYC & NATIONAL AFTER SCHOOL ASSOCIATION
RECOGNIZED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
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