The Clinical Supervisor/Administrator role of the Family Care Community Partnership (FCCP) reports to the Director of the FCCP. These roles are complimentary and together cover all supervisory and administrative duties associated with the FCCP program. The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for supervising and in some cases providing clinical supervision and support to families involved the FCCP. This includes supervising staff responsible for family support and wraparound, approving assessments and treatment plans with a focus on family-centered practice, community outreach, and development of community partnerships, and other administrative duties required to meet contract and quality improvement requirements.
The FCCP Clinical Administrator overview:
Qualifications: Master’s degree in social work, psychology, mental health counseling (or related field). Licensure at the independent level required. A minimum of 5 years experience in providing family-based services, with 1 of those years at a supervisory/administrative level is required. Must posses a valid drivers license, submit to CANTS, BCI and fingerprinting background check.