As a clinical supervisor, you will provide clinical supervision for a discipline, practice area or service sector supporting clinicians to provide excellence in professional practice and enable quality, patient and family-centred care. In this clinical leadership role, you will provide clinical supervision to staff providing addiction and/or mental health services to individuals, families, and groups. This role involves supervision related to arrange of assessment, mental health (psychosocial, and psychological interventions), and other activities. Supervision may be provided to regulated staff, those requiring supervision to meet regulatory requirements for practice, and/or to unregulated staff providing the restricted activity of psychosocial intervention. This may include observing clinical sessions; reviewing clinical documentation and written reports, conducting team case consultations and offering support; and providing guidance and direction to clinical staff with challenging and urgent cases in a timely manner. In your role, you may work with members of the interdisciplinary team, psychiatrists and community partners in support of effective professional and collaborative practice You may contribute to the planning, implementation and evaluation of mental health treatment services in a hospital setting or community, identifying and working to address individual gaps in clinical practice as well as facilitate addressing of system level gaps and risk management issues. You may provide support to leadership in the hiring, orientation and performance evaluation of clinical staff.
Classification: Clinical Supervisor AMH CL
Union: HSAA Facility PROF/TECH
Department: Wellness Crisis Intervention
Primary Location: Fort McMurray N Lts HC/Mnt Hlt
Multi-Site: Not Applicable
Posting End Date: 13-JUN-2019
Temporary Employee Class: Temp F/T Benefits
Date Available: 27-JUN-2019
Temporary End Date: 31-MAR-2020
Hours per Shift: 7.75
Length of Shift in weeks: 2
Shifts per cycle: 10
Shift Pattern: Days
Days Off: Saturday/Sunday
Minimum Salary: $44.52
Maximum Salary: $58.27
Vehicle Requirement: Driver's License, Vehicle Required
Master's degree in Psychology from an accredited program. Master's degree in Social Work (clinical specialization) including education in mental health assessment and psychotherapy and who have Psychosocial Intervention Authorization. Master's degree in Occupational Therapy including training and experience in mental health assessment and provision of psychotherapy. Master's degree in Nursing or Psychiatric Nursing including training and experience in mental health assessment and provision of psychotherapy. Active or eligible for registration with the applicable regulatory body. Must hold general registration prior to starting in the position. 5 years' experience in providing mental health assessment and intervention, including restricted activity of psychosocial intervention.
Additional Required Qualifications:
Minimum of five years of experience providing mental health services in a community setting, including assessment, treatment planning and providing therapeutic interventions. Experience managing presentations with complex needs, requiring extensive consultation and collaboration. One year of experience within the last three years working in Crisis or providing crisis support, with knowledge or experience in mobile crisis services. Clinical supervisory experience in a complex, fast-paced environment, managing high acuity, and high risk presentations is required. Proven leadership skills demonstrated through application of change management principles to enable the successful completion of a project within current team. A combination of experience and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Social Work, Occupational Therapy, Nursing or Psychiatric Nursing may be considered.
Nonviolent Crisis Intervention certification preferred. Experience in risk assessment and safety planning preferred. Experience working with diverse populations preferred.