Clinical Supervisor provides clinical and administrative supervision to a team, providing effective coaching and feedback to MFT/MSW/PCC interns. 


Minimum of a Master’s Degree from an accredited graduate school in marriage family therapy, counseling, or psychology

Licensed in California as a LMFT, LPCC, LCSW (Clinical Supervisor I) or Clinical Psychologist with a PsyD or PhD (Clinical Supervisor II) and a valid license to practice in the State of California and in good standing with the Board of Behavioral Sciences or the California Board of Psychologist

Minimum 5 years clinical counseling experience

Minimum 3 years clinical supervisory experience

A passion for working in a culturally proficient organization

Ability to supervise pre-licensed clinicians and student interns/trainees

Ability to supervise other employees in the contexts of program, clinical and administrative supervision

Must be able to lead a team of professionals

Ability to interact professionally with other disciplines in the organization

The ability to communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing

Must be detail oriented and have the ability to complete documentation in a timely manner

Excellent time management, organizational and follow through skills

A demonstrated ability to multi-task, is detail oriented and have excellent follow through

Effective communication skills in delivering material


·  Provides clinical supervision and leadership for clinical counselors

·  Oversees the clinical care received by clients

·  Oversees clinical and care management of assigned clients and requirements and ensuring a comprehensive care plan

·  Completes clinical documentation in a timely manner (assessment, progress and group notes and summaries)

·  Provides individual, family, and group counseling (if contracted)

·  Conduct psycho-educational group and didactic sessions including parenting education, displaying good theoretical knowledge of subject matter (if contracted)

·  Oversees student support services offered by supervisees (IEP, wraparound process, check in/check out, Student Intervention Team, etc.)

·  Willing to learn and utilize best practices in school-based counseling such as facilitating restorative circles and developing/implementing behavior intervention plans

·  Maintains consistent schedule of supervision activities and staff/supervision meetings

·  Maintains clinical supervision records per agency specifications