County of RiversideRiverside 92503

Are Licensed professionals (LCSW, LMFT, LPCC) Have a minimum of three years post-licensure experience.

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Clinical Therapist Supervisor- Multiple Locations/programs

County of Riverside
3) A minimum of six per week Riverside County Mental Health, 4095 County Cir Dr, Riverside, CA 92503, United States
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Overview

ABOUT THE POSITION





The Riverside University Health System - Behavioral Health Department seeks candidates for several Behavioral Health Services Supervisor positions.   

Incumbents in these positions supervise and coordinate the work of multidisciplinary staff providing behavioral health services for specialized programs within the behavioral health department.  The schedule for these positions will be a 9/80 or 4/10 schedule and will be determined by the hiring department.

We are looking for candidates who 

  • Are Licensed professionals (LCSW, LMFT, LPCC)
  • Have a minimum of three years post-licensure experience
  • Have strong computer and organizational skills
  • Have supervisory/lead experience 
For this recruitment, some positions are eligible for a 10% DTR differential that is applied to hours worked. At any time, this differential can be removed.

The certification list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill other future  Behavioral Health Service Supervisor vacancies within Behavioral Health that may occur in the coming weeks. 

We have Immediate openings in the areas below:

Pathways to Succus, Riverside,  CA.
Pathways to Success is a Riverside University Health System—Behavioral Health vocational program providing services in partnership with the California Department of Rehabilitation. Together we assist in building a solid wellness base for each individual, enabling them to obtain and maintain successful employment. Employment plays a crucial part in behavioral health recovery and we are here to provide support through each step of the process.  Pathways to Success provides vocational services to individuals 18 years of age and older who are receiving services from any RUHS—BH Western or Mid-County Region program or any RUHS—BH contracted Behavioral Health service provider within the Western and Mid-County Region.  This position will plan, assign, direct, supervise, and coordinate the work of multidisciplinary staff providing vocational services, social and rehabilitation services, consultation and education services to consumers, public and private agencies, and the community.  The position will provide guidance to subordinates on departmental philosophy, goals and objectives, policies and procedures through contract monitoring, casework conferences, staff meetings, and work review; assist and participate in the development and coordination of in-service training and staff development programs.  Additionally this position will design and develop programs and effective strategies that demonstrate positive outcomes for various populations, including those who have been underserved or inappropriately served as a result of their ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age or other factors.  This position will work a 9/80 schedule from 8:00am to 5:30pm and does require some driving therefore a California Driver’s License is required.  

Homeless Housing Opportunities, Partnership, and Education (HHOPE), Riverside, CA
 Riverside University Health System’s (RUHS), Behavioral Health department’s (BH), Homeless Housing Opportunities, Partnership, and Education (HHOPE) program, provides housing and homeless services to our department and the community at large.  HHOPE provides a full continuum of housing and homeless services. HHOPE manages, coordinates, and monitors all programs providing housing support services. Permanent support housing includes HUD grants, shelter plus care, men’s grant, women’s grant, The Path, The Place and the MHSA projects Rancho Dorado and Vintage at Snowberry. This position will recruit and oversee all program staff including Office Assistants, Community Services Assistants, Behavioral Health Specialist, Peer Specialist and Clinical Therapists.  This position will supervise a multi-disciplinary staff of housing and healthcare professionals and provide trainings to staff.  This position will work a 9/80 schedule.

Resident Education and Continuity Clinic (RECC), Riverside, CA.
TheRECCprovides mental health services to the underserved adult population of Riverside County.  The clinic provides medication, therapy, and interventional services.  The clinic also serves to educate Resident Physicians in psychiatry.  Candidates will need to be willing to work in an interdisciplinary team and educate resident physicians in training.  Strong candidates will be devoted to the care of the underserved and committed to ongoing education.  For this position you must be a Licensed Clinical Social Worker or a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist.  This position will work a 9/80 or 5/40 schedule.

Quality Improvement – Outpatient, Riverside, CA.
Riverside University Health System’s (RUHS), Behavioral Health department’s (BH), Quality Improvement – Outpatient office provides oversight and review of all Mental Health clinics and Managed Care providers providing services to our beneficiaries. The office handles any problems, complaints, and/or grievances and assures program compliance with state and federal regulations.   This position will work a 9/80 schedule and will require some driving therefore a California drivers license is required.
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EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES

Plan, assign, direct, supervise, and coordinate the work of a multidisciplinary staff providing behavioral health treatment services, social and rehabilitation services, and consultation and education services to consumers, public and private agencies, and the community.

Evaluate overall unit activities, including methods and procedures for effectiveness and consistency with program goals and objectives,; recommending and implementing changes in program, policies, and procedures as necessary.

Evaluate performance of personnel and take or recommend appropriate course of action; interview, select, and recommend the hiring of new staff members.

Provide guidance to subordinates on departmental philosophy, goals and objectives, and policies and procedures through casework conferences, staff meetings, and work review; assist and participate in the development and coordination of in-service training and staff development programs.

Make or review decisions on difficult consumer assessment and casework matters.

Work with other public, private, and community organizations providing health and human services to mentally and emotionally disabled individuals to gain and ensure cooperation in order to achieve program goals; participate in behavioral health conferences and local area committees; may participate in regional or countywide community needs assessment and program planning development and evaluation activities.

Assist in preparing annual budget requirements and monitor expenditures to ensure unit is within funding provisions; prepare reports and correspondence regarding workload statistics, casework and unit methods, and procedures.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Experience: Three years of post-license professional experience in a psychiatric or behavioral health setting providing direct client services which must have included: client assessment and evaluation, development and implementation of appropriate treatment plans, providing psychotherapy or behavioral health counseling, and providing indirect services involving information, consultation, and educational services to staff and community.

License: Possession of a valid license to practice as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist issued by the California State Board of Behavioral Science Examiners.

Candidates recruited from out-of-state must possess an out-of-state license to practice in one of the above stated options. Individuals hired under this option shall obtain their license to practice issued by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences within three years of date of hire. During the interim three years, the incumbent shall be eligible for a Mental Health Professional Licensing Waiver Request approved by the State of California Health and Human Services Agency.

Candidates qualifying with the Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor option must have completed additional education and training as defined below:

1) Six semester units or nine quarter units specifically focused on the theory and application of marriage and family therapy, OR a named specialization or emphasis area on the qualifying degree in marriage and family therapy, marital and family therapy, marriage, family, and child counseling, or couple and family therapy;

2) No less than 500 hours of documented supervised experience working directly with couples, families, or children; and

3) A minimum of six hours of continuing education specific to marriage and family therapy, completed in each license renewal cycle.

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