The Clinical Director is appointed by the Executive Director to lead and manage clinical services pertaining to supervision and client care. The Clinical Director is a member of the leadership team of the Center committing to a minimum of 20 hours of Clinical Supervisor duties, team support, and therapy hours.
- Clinical leadership and availability to the team according to Clinical Procedures Manual (CPM) as found in the SCCA Staff Handbook.
- Oversee quality of care (including monitoring high risk clients) provided by therapists.
- Oversee the quality of clinical work provided by therapists and as such engage in audit of client records.
- Lead clinical staff supervision (including monthly hour long staff meetings and monthly 90 minute group supervision meetings).
- Provide a minimum of 16 clinical therapy hours per week to stay connected to our client base (or monthly average of 64 sessions). Clinical Director is compensated for this work in addition to the CD salary.
- Collaborate with the SCCA leadership team.
- Supervise Clinical Coordinator as needed.
- Maintain CPM and Quality Assurance.
- When applicable, provide at minimum 1 hour of individual or dyadic supervision per week for interns. Be accessible for interns throughout the week while establishing boundaries. Clinical Director may also have another therapist provide this supervision under their direction with approval by the Executive Director.
- Provide 2 hours of monthly supervision for all APC therapists, individual or dyadic.
- Document that all APC therapists are completing 35 hours of supervision annually, including written documentation from any outside supervision. Use the LPCAGA Supervision Log.
- Monitor and ensure timely discharges of clients for all therapists in formal records in collaboration with the Clinical Coordinator. Generate Simple Practice (EHR) data running monthly reports.
- Aid in required paperwork involved in licensure process for therapists.
- Respond to medical records requests in a timely manner.
- Serve as on-call for all therapists on team and secure a substitute when needed.
- Organize monthly 60-90 minute peer consultation group with fully licensed therapists.
- Collaborate with team on maintaining clinical accreditation standards and updates to manual as needed.
- Promote SCCA including offering adult education, workshops and marketing as relevant.
- Promote and provide training for Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapy for staff twice per year and other SIPS/ATSIPS trained therapists and Spiritual Directors as they are interested and able.
- An onsite presence is required 28 hours per week including therapy hours. Additional hours may be remote.
- Fill in for Clinical Coordinator as needed when they are out of office.
- Collect client satisfaction data annually in collaboration with the Clinical Coordinator.
- Determine appropriate outcome measurements (setting goals, quality of life, improved symptoms). Research and implement a system of clinical outcomes measurement with Clinical Coordinator.
- Aggregate data in meaningful ways for 23 and 24 and report to Executive Director.
The Clinical Director will maintain all licensure requirements for their work. The Clinical Director will keep up with renewal as active member of LPCAGA. SCCA will pay the annual fee for the LPCAGA membership.
Salary: $33,500, 20 hours per week, 4 weeks of vacation which is negotiable based on experience and full-time or part-time work
Direct counseling will be paid on a percentage of fees basis.
Blue Cross Blue Shield medical health insurance is available. Annual continuing education allotted is $300.
Education and/or Other Requirements
- Master’s degree in a mental health discipline
- Licensure as a Professional Counselor in Georgia
- Certification in Supervision (CPCS or ACS)
- Preferred Supervision experience 5 plus years
Contact: Rev. Dr. Katie Sundermeier, firstname.lastname@example.org, 404-228-7721.
Samaritan Counseling Center of Atlanta
Postion Type: Full-Time
Supervisor: Executive Director