The Clinical Supervisor is a full-time, exempt, position that ensures quality of clinical services provided to victims of human trafficking, homeless and at-risk youth, and clients participating in other programs, as necessary. The Clinical Supervisor will also participate in program development and oversight and is responsible for providing leadership, overseeing existing clinical and youth-focused programs, developing new programs to meet the evolving needs of clients, and providing a small amount of direct-service. The Clinical Supervisor reports directly to the Chief Program Officer and supervises the PEACE/Human Trafficking program manager, Youth Services program manager, and other clinician’s as necessary to fulfill program objectives. The responsibilities of this position are key to providing agency mental health services to heal victims and end the generational impact violence has on individuals, families and communities.
Must support WCYFS mission and be dedicated to eliminating domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking and youth homelessness, in addition to supporting the fundamental values of both feminism and the social work profession, including worth, dignity, and uniqueness of all persons as well as their rights and opportunities.
Master’s Degree from an accredited school in social work, marriage and family therapy, psychology, counseling, nursing or a related field, and 3 years of post license experience as a behavioral health/mental health clinician providing clinical and/or case management services.
Possession of valid clinical license from one of the applicable licensing authorities: California Board of Behavioral Sciences, California Board of Psychology, or California Board of Nursing.
Completion of state certified training for domestic violence and sexual assault within one year of hire.
Ability to act as back-up for agency’s on-call 24-7 programs and services.
Ability to productively work both autonomously and as a team member.
Excellence in critical thinking and communication skills, including but not limited to, written, listening, oral, etc.
Experience with a variety of online applications and databases, such as Microsoft Office, Office 365, and internal- and external-agency databases related to programs and clients.
Ability to effectively communicate and work with key stakeholders, including but not limited to, government partners, community and individual supporters, executive leadership and Board of Directors.
Ability to work effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds and cultures, and awareness of and sensitivity to the cultures repressed in San Joaquin County.
Ability to lift supplies up to 25 lbs. to waist height.
Must be able to ascend and descend up to three flights of stairs throughout the course of a normal workday.
Fingerprint clearance required.
Reliable transportation, valid California Driver’s License, and proof of insurance.
Internal Number: 10
About Women's Center Youth & Family Services
Women’s Center-Youth & Family Services (WCYFS) is a safe haven and a place of healing for some of the most vulnerable populations in our communities. As San Joaquin County’s primary provider of free and confidential services and shelter specifically designed to meet the needs of victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking, in addition to those for homeless and runaway youth, our mission is to build a stronger community by fostering the strengths in individuals and by acting as a catalyst to end violence and youth homelessness. Through our programs and services, we are saving lives, helping victims heal, strengthening families and restoring hope.
Join our team today and be part of building a safer community.