Licensed Clinical Supervisor

Job Description


The Licensed Clinical Supervisor is responsible for ensuring high quality clinical services that are rooted in a trauma-informed, harm reduction philosophy of care are being provided in the program. The Licensed Clinical Supervisor provides clinical leadership and supervision, as well as training to the counseling staff in the Recovery Home. The Licensed Clinical Supervisor reports to the Clinical Director or their designee for clinical supervision.

Location: Women’s Hope COE is a residential treatment program for women dealing with substance use and moderate to severe mental health conditions located in Jamaica Plain. Our program can currently serve up to 16 women and provides residents with a bridge between treatment and re-integration into community living as they move through their own substance and mental health recovery.

Non-Essential Functions:

  • Represent the program in the community and to designated funders, as requested by supervisor.
  • Participate and support the agency in program holiday events, State House rallies, fundraising and advocacy events, HIV/AIDS rally and walk, and any additional functions.
  • Perform other duties as deemed necessary by your supervisor or their designee.

Required Qualifications:

  • Masters degree in Counseling Psychology, Social Work or in related field and LMHC, LICSW, or LADC I required.
  • Thorough knowledge and skills in addiction, mental illness, and dual-diagnosis treatment.
  • A minimum of three years of clinical supervisory experience to an interdisciplinary team in a substance use and/or mental health treatment settings.
  • Proficient computer skills including the use of Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Ability to work independently yet always as a member of a treatment team.
  • Ability to relate to residents in an instructive, supportive and compassionate manner.
  • Strong organizational, writing and communication skills.
  • Three strong work-related professional references; at least 2 from manager or supervisor.
  • Current CPR certification (may be obtained upon hire)
  • Complete TB screening (may be obtained upon hire)

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated competence in service coordination and networking with other human service and health care providers.
  • 2 years of supervised substance use disorder counseling experience
  • 1 year full time equivalent clinical supervisory experience.
  • Ability to work independently and cooperatively as a member of a professional team

Hours: 40 Hours Weekly, Exempt, Flexible

Rate: $81,097.00 Annually

Victory Programs values a diverse workforce, as we collectively seek to create welcoming, inclusive and accessible environments for our employees and the people we serve. We strive to sustain healthy, functioning communities that respect and celebrate different experiences, identities, cultures and ideas.

Victory Programs is committed to paying competitive wages. In an effort to increase equity, because we know that salary negotiations tend to have an unfair bias, we do not participate in a salary negotiation process for any exempt candidate. We will make our best offer, and it will be the same regardless of the candidate. This position meets the exemption requirements as defined by state and federal law. Exempt employees are paid on a salaried basis, and their salary is intended to constitute their entire regular compensation, regardless of the number of hours they work; therefore, exempt employees are not eligible for overtime pay.

Victory Programs has helped individuals and families in crisis for 45 years. Thousands turn to us yearly for shelter, sustenance, recovery, care, and professional, compassionate support. Most struggle with homelessness, substance use and mental health, and many live with HIV/AIDS. Our team of more than 250 staff across 21 programs works with people to develop and execute creative, safe solutions to the very real challenges our clients face.

Our benefit program includes a 75% health and 25% dental employer premium contribution, 100% employer paid disability and life insurances, 19 days of earned time in your first year, sick time, personal days, tuition remission, and a retirement savings opportunity.

Salary Description
81,097.00 annually

Job Requirements

  • Act in accordance with Victory Programs, Inc.’s Standards of Excellence & Philosophy of Care, including maintaining professional ethics, boundaries and client confidentiality.
  • Provide regular individual and group supervision to the Substance Use Disorder Counselors, (including training, performance evaluation, and staff development).
  • Supervise, direct, train and evaluate assigned staff and any interns or volunteers, and maintain appropriate supervision documentation.
  • Maintain accurate documentation and record keeping utilizing an electronic health records system, including but not limited to: bio-psychosocial assessment, individual action plans, re-assessment; progress notes; case management; consent forms; data collection.
  • Review and approve documentation completed by the Counselors and ensure accurate and timely completion and submission of data collection.
  • Facilitate and support the admission process in collaboration with the Program Director and Intake Coordinator.
  • Maintain current working knowledge of referral sources such as housing, medical, outpatient counseling, and dental, legal, HIV/AIDS client services, smoking cessation, overdose prevention, self-help groups and others to provide comprehensive services to clients.
  • Create, manage, and regularly update the program’s group meeting schedule. Facilitate and/or co-facilitate a minimum of two client groups per week and complete required documentation.
  • Provide milieu coverage as needed, including but not limited to: monitoring and assessing the integrity of the program’s therapeutic milieu; empowering clients to act in accordance with the guidelines of the program; assisting clients in self-administration of medications; conducting controlled substance counts; answering phones and front door.

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