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The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for the supervision and direct oversight of a clinical services team including 4 case managers and 2 social workers.  Each of these six staff members has a caseload of 18-22 tenants.  The Clinical Supervisor position is extremely dynamic and offers significant key decision-making, supervisory, administrative, program management, and service delivery responsibilities including but not limited to: site management, program development, inter-team coordination, and contract regulatory/policy compliance.  Each of the supervisees will carry a diverse caseload including those with: Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI), Homeless history, Substance Abuse, and/or those in need of Low Income housing.

The Clinical Supervisor, along with other management staff, is responsible for guiding all staff to actively engage in the program as learners, culture-creators, and leaders. This position is central to fostering the mission and goals of the agency and to creating a program culture that is client-centered, outcome-oriented and dedicated to continuous quality improvement.

The Center for Urban Community Services, a national leader in the development of effective housing and service initiatives for homeless people, invites applications for a Clinical Supervisor position at the Sydelle Residences, a 107 unit supportive housing program for low income and formerly homeless individuals and families located in the East Tremont section of the Bronx. The population served includes individuals and families with histories of trauma, substance abuse and mental illness. At the Sydelle, we provide evidence based person-centered services that are recovery-oriented in order to help our clients live as full and satisfying lives as possible.

LMSW and 18 months toward obtaining the LCSW (REQUIRED).  With an expectation to obtain the LCSW when eligible.

·         Strong writing and verbal communication skills
·         Post-masters direct service experience with populations served by the program preferred
·         Strong  clinical assessment skills
·         Computer literacy
·         Strong interpersonal and organizational skills
·         Sound judgment, good decision making skills, and a high degree of tact and professionalism
·         Good writing and verbal communication skills
·         Ability to problem-solve, prioritize, and effectively manage time
·         Experience with EPB groups services preferred
·         Bilingual English/Spanish preferred

Competitive salary and benefits.

CUCS is committed to workforce diversity.  EEO.

Additional Information
CUCS is an EEO Employer and Prohibits Discrimination/Harassment of Any Kind.
Licensure Hours::
You will be able to work toward your LCSW by obtaining the necessary clinical practice
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