This position is eligible for a $10,000 sign-on bonus! Relocation assistance and Visa sponsorship available!
When you join The Home for Little Wanderers, you join a team of professionals dedicated to creating better, brighter futures for kids.
For over 200 years, The Home for Little Wanderers has helped build stable lives and hopeful tomorrows for vulnerable children and their families. Our 25+ community-based and residential programs serve thousands of at-risk youths from birth to age 26. Many of these children have experienced abuse, neglect, trauma, or a disrupted family life. As the oldest child welfare agency in America, we provide them with safe surroundings, permanent loving relationships, and a secure path toward a better, brighter future.
How You Will Be Making a Difference
By leading and motivating a dedicated team of Intensive Care Coordinators, the Social Work Clinical Supervisor ensures that youth and families in the community receive high-quality care and high-fidelity wraparound services.
A successful Social Work Clinical Supervisor will do the following:
- Oversee, coach, train, and support a team of 4-9 Intensive Care Coordinators.
- Promote self-care and teamwork through provision of weekly individual/group supervision, and team meetings.
- Review and edit (and sometimes conduct) comprehensive assessments of family and youth requiring services.
- Support departmental budgeting by managing staff to submit documentation and billing in a timely manner.
- Ensure regulatory compliance by ensuring team members' documentation meets utilization review and quality assurance standards.
- Contribute to management team by participating in weekly management meetings, training and development, consultation with supervisor and team members on challenging and difficult client issues, and secondary on-call rotation.
- Expand reach of program and access to resources by collaborating with community-based organizations, networking with local providers, and managing special projects as needed.
- Must be an independently licensed, Master's level clinician with at least three (3) years of experience in providing behavioral health services to youth and families.
- Currently licensed as a clinician in the state of Massachusetts; preference for licensure as an independent practitioner
- Must have supervisory experience and experience working collaboratively with state agencies, consumer advocacy groups, and/or behavioral health outpatient facilities
- Must maintain certification in the Massachusetts CANS
- Preferably knowledgeable about communities we serve
- Preferably knowledge of a second language such as Spanish or Haitian Creole
- Computer literate including Microsoft Office and Internet Explorer with the ability to learn new software applications
We are committed to excellence in diversity, equity, and inclusion, while simultaneously creating a culture that supports those values. We believe the differences we bring enhance our ability to provide exceptional service and care to diverse children, families, and communities. Moreover, diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging align with our values and our mission to help vulnerable children and their families build permanent, positive change.What The Home Can Offer You
In addition to the chance to make a lasting impact on the lives of the youth we serve, The Home for Little Wanderers offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package including:
- Generous time off including up to 20 days per year for new full-time employees, plus 11 holidays, 5 sick days, and 2 personal days
- Health and Dental Insurance that is effective immediately upon hire
- Extensive training to new staff
- Tuition reimbursement of up to $2,400 per fiscal year
- 403(b) Retirement Plan with employer match
- Employer paid Long-term and Short-term Disability Insurance, plus Basic Life and AD&D Insurance
- And more!
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