Win (Women In Need) LCSW, Clinical Supervisor (All Boroughs) in New York, New York

The role of the LCSW Clinical Supervisor within the Case Management team will be to introduce and provide clinical supervision and engage individuals and/or families in long term services within the community. S/he is responsible for the provision of comprehensive clinical supervision to LMSWs working with clients within Transitional Housing. The Clinical Supervisor will have EBP, individual/group counseling experience including assessments, treatment plans, case management, crisis intervention, formulating discharge plans, and individual /collateral counseling. The Clinical Supervisor may conduct family counseling and integrated care coordination as needed.

Principal Duties & Responsibilities: Intake/Case Management/Counseling/Referral • Ensures that LMSWs are providing clinical case management to identified individuals and families • Ensures that each LMSW manages a caseload responsibility for up 25 clients • Participates in intake process to formulate a psychosocial and realistic treatment plan • Collaborates with Win Team and outside agencies engaged with families for follow up and ensure consistency in the delivery of services • Identifies families and/or individuals who are in need of a higher level of service including; victims of domestic violence, families with active ACS cases, individuals exhibiting signs of mental illness or substance abuse; non-compliant or hostile and aggressive clients • Participates in the development of Quality Improvement projects • Participates in interdisciplinary care planning • Provides individual, collateral and group mental health, substance use, and harm reduction/recovery counseling • Reports significant observations and interactions with clients • Makes referrals to agencies and community resources • Maintains appropriate case record documentation and statistical reports and prepares other reports in accordance with Win and regulatory agencies

Supervision • Research and make recommendations for training opportunities outside of the agency. • Responsible for ensuring that all programs are meeting the performance measures and seeking to enhance and adjust the program as needed to best serve the clients. • Provides clinical supervision, coaching and development to LMSWs • Ensures that all LMSWs maintain current and accurate confidential case records, which includes intake, assessment, follow-up evaluations, progress reports, consultations and recommendations. • Ensures the training of the LMSWs in the utilization of the Uniform Client Chart (CARES) • Provides and ensures on-going individual training so that the client chart is appropriately utilized as a tool to document all case activity and is complete, accurate at all times