Program Supervisor - Case Management

Job Description


Job Purpose: As Program Supervisor at Aspire Health Partners, your job purpose will be to provide a multitude of duties in order to plan for, research and evaluate the program services that are provided by Orange County Drug Court Overlay Services.. These functions include - but are not limited to - supervising counselors and other staff members, providing training, coordinating participant events on regular basis, communicating with Director as needed about program needs and staff, participating in client staffing, co-signing timesheets of all assigned staff members, providing therapy to participants and ensuring compliance with program commitments and regulations, documenting participant behavior and other related data, assisting to develop and implement plans for the program. Most importantly, all functions must be completed while maintaining high standards of ethical and professional conduct while adhering to agency policies and procedures.



Position qualifications: Ability to receive and maintain a(n)

  • Level II Background clearance
  • Acceptable Motor Vehicle Registration driver's license record in accordance with the underwriting guidelines set by Aspire's insurance company as described in the AHP Corporate Transportation Policy 3.9.1
  • Master degree required
  • Licensed Therapist preferred

Other Qualifications: Minimum of six years of experience in substance abuse treatment; Supervisory experience preferred.


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