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The Clinical Supervisor is responsible to the Residential
Services Director for the daily operation of the community residence and SLP.
Serves as the designated health care coordinator of the programs. The Clinical
Supervisor is the immediate supervisor of all staff within the community
residence as well as the SLP Counselor.
- Oversees the delivery of
comprehensive services with a therapeutic environment at the community
residence and SLP.
- Ensures the admission and
orientation paperwork meets OASAS standards and completes the admission
indicator and level of care assessments.
- Ensures all residents have a
medical history recorded and a physical exam performed within 45 days of
- Ensures the following:
comprehensive service plans are prepared within 30 days of the development
of the initial service plan, service plans are reviewed at least every
three months thereafter and signed as required by the supervisor.
- Ensures the discharge plans
provide for the specific needs of a resident and prepared in collaboration
with the resident.
- Ensures progress notes are
prepared at least once per week and reflect the goals and objectives of
the service plan.
- Ensures all records are locked
and medications are stored and monitored according to program policy.
- Ensures all residents receive
comprehensive case management services and complete access to community
services for legal, mental health, social services, vocational
assessments, and misc. needs.
- Ensures the adherence of
- Ensures the community
residence and SLP sites meet the OASAS facility requirements for safety
- Ensures fire drills are
conducted on a monthly basis and at a variety of times.
- Ensures utilization reports
are completed and turned in to the Residential Services Director at the
beginning of every month.
- Ensures the timely submission
of all applicable OASAS data reports relative to the provision of services
at the beginning of every month.
- Monitors the monthly expenses
of the programs.
- Meets with the Residential
Services Director for supervision, attends agency leadership meetings, and
facilitates case reviews.
- Ensures staff will receive
orientation and on the job training.
- Ensures staff will have
scheduled supervision and periodic performance evaluations.
- Ensures staff will receive
training in the following areas: chemical dependence, individual group and
family counseling, therapies and other activities supportive of recovery,
communicable diseases, infection control, supervision and quality control.
- Ensures the staff provide
quality of care to those we serve.
License Requirement: The Clinical Supervisor shall be a New York State
licensed qualified professional with at least three years of clinical
experience in chemical dependence treatment.
Three years clinical and/or administrative experience in chemical
dependence services required.