Clinical Services Supervisor – Co-Occurring Disorder – Signing BonusApply Now

Valley Cities is seeking a CoOccurring Disorder (COD) Clinical Services Supervisor to provide clinical supervision to Chemical Dependency (CD) Professional trainees throughout all clinic locations. The COD Clinical Supervisor’s primary responsibility is to ensure the mission of Valley Cities is carried out by ensuring staff provides and document clinical activities in line with COD service delivery policies and best practices. The successful candidate will be responsible for COD staff onboarding and training, and reviewing and signing case notes and recovery plans. The successful candidate will train for a continuum of COD Outpatient Services delivery and curriculum, including IOP/OP, SBIRT, Motivational Interviewing and Harm Reduction and is able to work with staff to develop needed skills and licensure. This position is part of a collaborative management team responsible for coordinating staff and service delivery across all Valley Cities sites.  At times, this person will provide back up staffing for groups and assessments. The position requires excellent communication and organization skills, excellent knowledge of clinical practices for CD, mental health (MH), and COD services, and sound understanding of staff development and adult learning styles.

Hiring Salary Range: $47,800 – $57,400
Signing Bonus

Hours:
Full-time

Essential Job Functions:

  • Provide consultation and supervision to CD/COD clinicians providing CD/MH services to include evidence based practices, case planning with collateral systems, coordination of treatment planning with families, outside systems and the treatment team.
  • Assure the COD team completes accurate evaluations, diagnoses, tier assessments, treatment plans, progress notes, closing summaries and other necessary reports and correspondence related to client care.
  • Train MH clinicians to integrate treatment for clients with co-occurring disorders, including using motivational interviewing, SBIRT, and harm reduction strategies.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Behavioral Sciences Field; Master’s Degree desired.
  • Washington State Chemical Dependency Professional Certification, plus three years experience working as a CDP.
  • Washington State Counselor or Social Worker Licensure.
  • Clinical Supervisor certification and one year of Clinical Supervision and training experience desired.
  • Current Drivers License and automotive insurance.
  • Pass required WA State background checks.
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We offer a competitive salary and benefit package. Please apply online, or send a resume & cover letter to our Human Resources Department:

  • Email: employment@valleycities.org
  • FAX: 253-735-9974
  • Mail: Valley Cities/HR, 325 W Gowe St, Kent, WA 98032

We are dedicated to Equal Opportunity Employment & embrace the contributions of a diverse and inclusive workforce.

Any job offer will be contingent upon the results of an updated background investigation.