Characteristics of Position:
This is a professional, licensed clinical position
in a human services agency providing alcohol, drug abuse, mental health or
juvenile justice services. Clinicians provide appropriate assessment and
therapy. This is a full time position at the Adult Addictions Receiving
Facility (AARF) located in Tampa, Florida.
Location: Tampa, Florida
Understands applicable theories of addiction and human behavior;
recognizes the risk and resiliency components of the personal,
environmental, social and cultural contexts; co-occurring competent;
analyzes and distinguishes between the contributing interactions of
physical, social, behavioral, psychological and social factors.
- Treatment Knowledge - Versed in science based
treatment philosophy, models and practice; incorporates the use of other
disciplines, family, social networks and community resources in support of
individual recovery; utilizes outcome measures in evaluating performance.
- Application to Practice - Effectively matches client
needs to appropriate levels and modalities of care; individualizes
strategies and interventions to individual client recovery needs,
preferences, readiness, stage of change and unique co-occurring disorders,
language, gender and cultural considerations; makes optimum therapeutic
use of client crises; incorporates and utilizes pharmaceutic interventions
as appropriate; adheres to the fidelity of selected practice models.
- Professional Readiness - Understands and
respects diverse cultures and cultural differences; comfortable with and responds
to persons with disabilities; evidences personal awareness of strengths,
limitations and biases; behaves ethically and adheres to professional
standards of conduct; pursues guidance and supervision and
continuous professional development opportunities; remains aware of
personal and professional limits in knowledge and expertise.
- Technical Capabilities - Proficient in the use of
Electronic Health Records; effectively utilizes electronic medium
(internet, intranet, phones, etc.) to communicate and stay abreast of
changes in the field and political and community environments; thoroughly
documents and records professional events, activities and transactions.
- Business Acumen - Knowledgeable of support and
benefits available to clients and aggressively works to enable client
access to those resources; proficient in the matching and billing of
services provided to appropriate fund sources and maintaining audit
compliant backup documentation; consistently meets or exceeds established
case load size and productivity standards.
- Professional - Offer consultative
services and resources; offer collaboration with community institutions
and systems; offer techniques for interacting with community systems
(e.g., courts, lawyers, schools); capable in methods of clinical
supervision, clinical consultation, and clinical teaching; knowledgeable
in Self-assessment methodologies; adheres to professional values and codes
- Analytical - Increased depth and breadth
of practice skills; independent competence with diverse diagnostic groups;
ability to adapt core knowledge to unique needs of client and milieu;
clear definition of limitations in level of expertise and scope of
practice; continued participation in direct practice activities; ongoing
motivation for learning from practice experience, commitment to and
implementation of continuing professional education and development;
maintenance of highest level of ethical standards for the profession.
- Leadership - Specialization in one or
more areas of expertise; expertise in participating in the professional
development of colleagues (through mentorship, supervision and other modes
of teaching); leadership in developing and expanding intervention
strategies; leadership in defining and attending to professional issues;
ability to expand the conceptual knowledge of the profession.
- Master's degree in social
work, counseling, psychology or other human services-related field and one
year of professional clinical work experience.
- Current State of Florida
License in Mental Health Counseling, Social Work, or a related human
- Certification as an Addictions
Professional (CAP) in the State of Florida may be considered in
lieu of licensure.
- If required by contract or
administrative rule, must fully participate in NAPPI (crisis intervention)
training and able to apply same to work setting.
- All ACTS, Inc.
employees must be able and willing to work when expected to accommodate program
and/or agency needs, participate in the agency's Quality Improvement
Program and attend all assigned/required trainings, practice on-the-job
safety at all times, and demonstrate the ability to communicate and work
with others and be respectful of peers, supervisors, clients, guests, etc.
Preferred Attributes: Supervision Certification
for Registered Interns seeking Licensure.
Physical /Safety/Health Considerations: Standing, walking, carrying,
stooping, speaking, and listening
Incentives and Differentials:
Quality of Work Expected:
Level commensurate with satisfactory Clinical Supervision performance
Quantity of Work Expected: Commensurate with
level necessary to fully meet obligations
SupervisionWork is performed under the
supervision of a Program Director or Administrator and may provide clinical
and/or general supervision to Therapists and Interns as assigned.
Scope of Responsibilities: The primary duty of the employee is to spend a
major portion of time providing assessment, individual, group, and family
therapy and other treatment activities for clients and/or families, clinical
supervision for non-licensed practitioners and other supervision as determined
by agency funding
to regulatory bodies and licensing rules, guidelines and established protocols
to carry out all duties required by contract, licensure, accreditation, and
certification relative to agency, program, service assignment and agency
designated model for treating persons with co-occurring mental and substance
- Serves as the qualified
professional to review and countersign clinical documents, carry out
duties of this designation and guides all as a leader in clinical
functions for direction and professional development. As assigned,
supervises clinical staff and services and provides clinical supervision
to non-licensed practitioner and direct care workers.
- Functions as an equal member
of program's management or leadership team and coordinates with the
Program Administrator and Charge Nurse to manage program operations,
client care and performs administrative duties, developing activity
schedules as assigned for all Therapists and Counselors. Assists in the
review and development of policies, procedures and guidelines for
provision of services to assure compliance with all levels of regulations
and ensures implementation.
- Conducts face to face
interviews with clients for development of individual behavioral health or
treatment plan, assesses clients for admission into treatment services,
maintains case load, reviews psycho-social assessment of client when
prepared by counselor and signs off on individual behavioral health
treatment plan prior to psychiatrists review and authorization. Serves in
consultation to staff to ensure the treatment needs of clients are
addressed appropriately. Reviews and credentials clinical records
and participates with treatment personnel in reviewing psychosocial
assessments to establish diagnostic impressions, severity of problems,
justification for treatment, and treatment plan.
- Maintain and prepare
accurate progress reports and other documentation as assigned. Responsible
to maintain clinical chart management as stated by internal policies and
procedures, insuring professional clinical practices as well as develop,
monitor, and updates treatment plans.
- Performs related work as
CLINICAL SUPERVISOR - AARF, OPD,
OIT, Acute Care Services Program
SPECIFIC: In addition to the above-mentioned responsibilities, the
program includes the following duties and responsibilities for this position:
the Counselor for Court Assessment Reports.
some supervision to the Nursing staff between AARF and OPD.
increasing revenue/profit maximization for OPD & Opioid Intervention
to 24-hour operations of the facility.
and reduce employee overtime.
employee appraisals/goals and reviews.
Baker Acts or Marchman Acts as needed.
and assist with conducting case staffing with MDs, Counselors, and Nurses.
and follow-up with assigned staff with meeting all agency training
with MD/Professional Certificates, Petitioners, and Protective Custody
(Marchman Acts) admissions/discharges.
the Clinical Improvement Team (CIT) meetings.
and assist with CRT and/or audits.
submission of employee time sheets.
The omission of specific statements does
not preclude management from assigning specific duties not listed herein if
such duties are a logical assignment to position.
ACTS is an EEO/AA DFWP Employer.