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School-Based Supervisor

Under the guidance of the Director of Clinical Operations, the School-Based Supervisor (SBS) is responsible for the direct supervision of all school-based staff within the assigned clinic providing oversight regarding school-based services at area schools served by the clinic. The SBS must work effectively with staff, department leaders, school administrators, and community members to ensure that high quality services are delivered.  The SBS will also implement and enforce company policies and procedures which govern the way services are provided.  

  1. Provides direct clinical supervision to employee staff and independent contractors working in a school- based setting.
  2. Performs annual and semi-annual reviews for all staff to promote performance improvement and increase job satisfaction.
  3. Assigns staff to clients considering staff credentials, caseload size and the needs of the client.
  4. Ensures compliant, quality services are being delivered by utilizing reports available in the EMR.
  5. Available on-site daily at the clinic or school and will make plans for coverage when necessary.
  6. Promotes the interdisciplinary team by working closely with medical and school-based staff and attending daily staffings.
  7. Leads the hiring process by assessing the schools’ needs, discussing those needs with the DCO, conducting interviews with school personnel when applicable, and making hiring recommendations.
  8. Conducts regularly scheduled clinic staff meetings.
  9. Attends monthly clinical supervisors meeting.
  10. Promotes the company within the community.
  11. Utilizes departments within the company to assist with the advancement of the clinic and company.
  12. Acts as a liaison with school sites and works closely with staff to promote Families, Inc within service areas.
  13. Markets school-based services to local schools in the current catchment area.
  14. Maintains communication with local, regional, and state educational staff regarding service needs.
  15. Collaborates with area schools to identify the needs of their staff and students by developing summer programs, student intervention programs and professional development for school staff.
  16. Maintains open communication with school-based staff and attends school meetings as needed.
  17. Performs observations/consultations of students per school request.
  18. Provides direct mental health services (intake assessment, individual/family therapy, group, crisis interventions) to assigned school-based clients as needed.  Maximum caseload dependent on clinic size and need.
  19. Provides complete and timely documentation to support services rendered.
  20. Other duties as assigned.

A master’s degree from a Department of Education accredited University or College in social work, psychology, or counseling and licensed as a Mental Health Professional in the State of Arkansas. A minimum of 2 years practicing as a Mental Health Provider.


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