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Clinical Supervisor, QMHP

Central City Concern, Portland, OR

Job - Non-Profit

Close Date: 01/13/2019

TITLE: Clinical Supervisor
DEPARTMENT: Community Engagement Program (CEP)
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm
WAGE: $25.12-$28.89 DOE

Central City Concern is a nationally recognized social services agency that provides integrated health care, housing, and employment services to homeless and low-income people in the Portland area. We're changing our community for the better, and we want you to help.

The Community Engagement Program is looking for a skilled Clinical Supervisor with a passion for leading an outreach and harm-reduction team. The Clinical Supervisor will lead a multidisciplinary outreach team providing integrated substance use disorder and mental health treatment, case management, care coordination, and housing support services to marginalized and diverse adult clients with histories of chronic homelessness. This position offers the successful candidate the opportunity to work closely with the Program Director in implementing exciting innovations in the development of a robust integrated care model.

The Clinical Supervisor will, among many other activities:

• Support counselors, social workers, peer specialist, and housing specialist staff in effectively and compassionately serving individuals experiencing severe addictions, co-occurring mental health diagnoses, and chronic homelessness.
• Collaborate with other leaders in CCC's health and recovery programs to develop and implement systems to facilitate highly integrated care for clients access behavioral health, primary care, housing, and income services.
• Lead the service team through role modeling and supervision to maintain professional boundaries, build long-term rapport with complex clients, and advocacy in a variety of systems for underserved populations.

The successful candidate will be a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor II (CADC II) and a QMHP with preference for licensure (LCSW, LPC, LMFT). Experience in an FQHC, Housing First, or other safety net setting is strongly preferred. Additionally, the successful candidate will have strong clinical and communication skills, the ability to work closely with a diverse team, and solid knowledge of behavioral health care models.

If you recognize yourself in this description, please go to to review the full job posting and fill out an application today!

Central City Concern offers a generous compensation and benefits package, including access to federal student loan repayment programs for eligible employees, through the National Health Service Corps (NHSC) program. Central City Concern is an equal opportunity employer.

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