We are looking for a Clinical Supervisor to supervise and train case management staff of the HRA HASA Scatter Site Housing Program. This position coordinates the delivery of social support services for all clients. The Clinical Supervisor also assists with the intake process of new clients. Major responsibilities include administration of the program, monitoring program services, building relationships with other agencies, and supervising and evaluating social service staff.
Including and not limited to:
• Ensuring every client is receiving case management services.
• Ensuring initial and medical assessments are conducted, and comprehensive service plans are developed that identify mutually agreed upon long and short-term goals.
• Reviewing and providing supervision in the development of case management service plans and ensuring that reassessments are conducted quarterly
• Conducting monthly interdisciplinary team case conferences and providing leadership for these meetings.
• Conducting weekly supervisory conferences with each staff member of the case management team to review case records and client status and progress.
NYSED Social Work license required; similar salaried/supervisory experience, counseling experience, client experience involving HIV or substance abuse, and bilingual in Spanish preferred.
Competitive benefits package including moderately priced healthcare and more.
Since its founding in 1989, Comunilife has grown into one of NYC’s best-respected community-based health and housing service providers. Each year, our rich continuum of care supports the needs of more than 3,500 low-income and vulnerable New Yorkers.
Comunilife owns or manages 1,639 units of supported transitional and permanent housing for homeless adults struggling with HIV/AIDS, serious ment...al and behavioral health issues, and other chronic medical conditions. We operate a full-service, Latino-centered, South Bronx-based mental health clinic – the Vida Guidance Center – that provides more than 23,000 outpatient visits a year. Life Is Precious™, our unique suicide prevention program for Latina girls, is nationally recognized for effectively addressing the needs of the highest-risk group of teenagers in the country. Our Social and Medical Respite program arranges short-term supportive housing for recently discharged hospital patients who lack appropriate housing in which to recuperate.
All Comunilife activities are tailored to reflect the program participants’ perspectives, needs and strengths; our programs are guided by community-defined best practices. Our signature training program – the Multicultural Relational Approach for Diverse Populations – equips our staff to incorporate clients’ cultural and personal perspectives into their overall approach to care. Because of our clear respect for understanding – and desire to work in partnership with – those whom we serve, we successfully engage some of the most marginalized and hardest-to-reach people in the city.
Thanks to our efforts, hundreds of chronically homeless New Yorkers move out of the City shelter system into stable, permanent housing, each year. Latina adolescents, who are at high risk for attempting suicide find hope, fortitude, and the renewed desire to survive and succeed. Older adults learn to better understand and manage complex, interrelated psychiatric and physical health challenges. Lastly, organizations across the nation have the chance to learn about practices that can promote similarly impressive outcomes within their communities.