Atlantic Street Center is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer committed to a culturally and ethnically diverse workplace. Women, persons of color, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply for all open positions. Join a vibrant team that has served low-income people of color in Seattle for over 100 years. The non-profit Atlantic Street Center offers excellent annual benefits for full-time employees including 16 days of vacation, 12 paid sick days, 10 paid holidays and monthly premiums for employee medical, prescription, vision and dental coverage paid 100% by the Atlantic Street Center. After one year of successful employment we provide additional paid benefits: a traditional pension plan, life insurance, and short- and long-term disability insurance.
The Behavioral Health Clinical Supervisor/Therapist provides clinical and day-to-day administrative supervision to 12 Mental Health Therapists, assigning and directing caseload and work, training and appraising performance.
Program Supervision, Training, and Accountability
As part of the clinical care team, conduct and organize staff and intern trainings and in-services in accordance with WAC requirements and agency expectations.
Actively participate with hiring and orientation process of new staff members.
Participate in professional development networks and associations to stay abreast of emerging trends and best practices.
Master’s Degree or PhD in one of the Mental Health/Social Services sciences
Must be registered or eligible for registry with Washington State Department of Health
Meet Washington State criteria for Clinical Supervision; Licensed Therapist in the State of Washington and meets criteria as a Child Mental Health Specialist
8 years of experience providing counseling services to ethnically-diverse children, youth and families who are experiencing poverty are strongly preferred
At least one year of supervisory/management experience in human services; clinical experience in crisis assessment and treatment with multi-system families. Proven ability to deliver effective counseling services
Strong knowledge of regulations effecting the delivery of mental health services, including WAC, RCWs, King County policies and procedures and applicable ethical codes
Computer skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office suite software a must. Experience with (ETO) and similar Electronic Records Management system software/databases preferred
Proven ability to work successfully in a multi-cultural/multi-ethnic environment
Knowledge of community resources in the greater Seattle Metropolitan area
Must be able to access clients at all locations served by ASC and places frequented by clients.
Position requires driving your own vehicle whenever necessary to meet program needs. Valid WA state driver license and car insurance is required per state law.
Position requires working a schedule which includes some evenings.
How to apply
Qualified individuals should email a resume, salary requirements, professional references and a cover letter clearly stating how you meet or exceed the required qualifications to email@example.com. Please, indicate in your email subject line, “Clinical Supervisor”.