ARS Treatment Centers specialize in outpatient treatment for those suffering from opioid use disorder. Our clinic is one of ten locations in the mid-Atlantic region that provides specialized outpatient medication-assisted treatment.
Do you enjoy patient interaction through case management and helping people who are recovering from substance disorder? We invite you to apply to our Clinical Supervisor position!
Respect, Empowerment, Professionalism, and Excellence are operationalized at all levels of the organization. We welcome input and ideas from patients and staff at all levels and incorporate them into our daily activities, interactions and strategic plan.
BENEFITS AND PERKS WE OFFER:
ARS rewards it’s employees for their hard work and dedication to providing the best care possible, with a wide-range of benefits and perks to show we care.
- Competitive Wages
- We offer flexible scheduling to accommodate your work/life balance whether you are looking for full-time, part-time or PRN employment options
- Opportunities for Career Advancement and Personal Growth
- Affordable Medical, Dental, and Vision Benefits for You & Your Family
- 401k Retirement With Company Match
- Company Paid Life Insurance
- Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) & Health Reimbursement Accounts (HRA)
- Paid Time Off - Vacation, Personal, Sick Days & Paid Holidays
- Short-term Disability and Maternity Leave Options, Personal and Family Medical Leave
- Company provided Life and Long Term Disability Coverage
- Unlimited Referral Bonuses and More!
Employee Perks Program
- Tickets At Work for Discounted Entertainment Tickets!
- Free and Discounted Employee Meals
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Weekly Pay Option
- In Facility Training/Inservice Programs
- Employee Assistance Program
- Free Will/Estate Preparation Services
- Optional Legal & Identity Protection Services
- Verizon Wireless Discount
- Costco Membership Discount (DE only)
- Annual $35 Non-Slip Shoe Replacement (DE only)
- Purchasing Power (retail purchasing program)
The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for ensuring clinical and administrative services are provided for patients and their families and provide overall supervision to all counselors, counselor assistants and interns. The Clinical Supervisor facilitates Clinical Meetings and participates in an interdisciplinary team. The Clinical Supervisor will adhere to the vision and mission of the Company.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Complies with all ARS policies and procedures and responds to supervision.
- Prepares annual training plans for each Counselor.
- Complies with State/Federal or Certification/Licensure training requirements.
- Supervises Counselors to assure timely completion of work and adherence to program policies and procedures.
- Provides new hire orientation for Counselors.
- Provides weekly, biweekly or monthly clinical supervision through documentation of assessment of professional competencies, clinical skills and recommendations through weekly meetings and direct and periodic observation.
- Review all documentation developed by Counselor II (Counselor Intern / Counselor Assistant) for accuracy and clinical appropriateness.
- Assigns emergency on call rotation and assures successful completion.
- Assists with answering agency phones and handles intake and inquiry calls.
- Completes monthly schedules for groups, admissions, weekend rotation and holidays.
- Completes annual employee reviews for Counselors and Counselor II (Counselor Intern / Counselor Assistant).
- Completes quarterly reports for supervision, training, compliance, discharges and admissions.
- Completes chart audits on admission and discharges.
- Assigns new patients to Counselor caseloads and monitors ratio for state compliance.
- Addresses Counselor change requests, complaints and participates in fair hearings.
- Conducts quarterly in-house trainings for clinical staff.
- Acts as immediate responder to crisis situations in the facility.
- Proficient with understanding and applying State Licensure Standards, CARF Standards, 42 CFR and HIPAA standards and Company policies.
- Participate in Quality Assurance activities.
- Performs other duties as requested by the Executive Director.
- Bachelor's Degree with major emphasis in social work, addiction studies, psychology, counseling or human services and appropriate State Certification (Master’s Degree with appropriate State Certification preferred).
- LCADC required.
- Minimum of three years of Clinical Supervision experience, preferable in a substance abuse environment; one year of which must be directly related to substance abuse treatment.
- Ability to make independent decisions when needed
- Proficient in the use of personal computers
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Successful completion of State required background check and required trainings.