First Episode Psychosis (FEP) Clinical Supervisor, No. 157
Community Services Northwest (CSNW), a non-profit provider of community mental health, addiction, and housing services is seeking a full time individual to supervise a First Episode Psychosis (FEP) team. FEP provides community-based services for adults and transition age youth, ages 15 years and older, who are experiencing a first psychosis episode. This position provides leadership and oversight to the FEP team. The Clinical Supervisor is directly responsible for supervising and training of staff and will supervise the operation of a 24/7 call line for participants and families enrolled in the program.
- Able to work effectively and efficiently in the field with little supervision.
- Great communication skills, a sense of humor and the ability to work as a part of a proficient and cohesive team.
- Self-starting and able to provide clear supervisory direction as urgent or emergent issues arise
- Holds the values of personal recovery, individual voice, and strengths-based care
- Understands the impact of trauma on individuals; Possesses knowledge of trauma-informed care and is able to infuse these concepts into the treatment approach
- Demonstrates an appreciation for diversity and inclusion; Holds a commitment to elevating the cultural competency of services
- Understands the benefits of assertive engagement and rapid response services in order to provide least restrictive care to individuals
- Has a history of working with and including families and natural supports in the treatment planning process
- Ability to be on call 24/7 as needed for programmatic support
- Detail oriented, organized
- Clear understanding of the characteristics and problems of transition age youth and adults with Serious Mental Illness.
- Ability to plan, supervise and evaluate the work of a team of professional staff members.
- Experience with electronic health records
- Minimum of two years post graduate clinical supervision experience
- Knowledge of community resources (medical, benefits, supportive housing, etc.)
- Experience and knowledge of co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders
- Experience working with stakeholders and community partners
- Ability to qualify as a Child Mental Health Specialist in Washington State
- Computer proficiency (in Microsoft Windows environment)
- Valid Washington State Dept. of Health License/credential
- Master’s degree in Counseling, Social Work, Psychology or related field and Mental Health Professional (MHP) status per Washington State law.
- Must be able to obtain Clark County Jail clearance
- Must have access to a car, have a valid driver’s license and proof of auto insurance
- Must authorize CSNW to obtain current driving record from the Department of Motor Vehicles (and annually thereafter) to determine driving eligibility. Driving record must meet CSNW’s vehicle insurance carrier’s minimum standards related to driving.
- CSNW’s vehicle insurance carrier may require applicants to purchase additional minimum liability coverage related to driving
Comprehensive Benefits Package:
- Life Insurance
- Long Term Disability
- Employee Assistance Program
- 403b Retirement Plan
Salary range $21 – $25 per hour DOE. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Please send your cover letter and resume to Resume@csnw.org. Make sure to reference the First Episode Psychosis (FEP) Clinical Supervisor, No. 157. Please submit in MS Word or PDF format.