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ADMHS Team Supervisor

Salary: ADMHS Team Supervisor-Case Worker (#5173)

$19.38-$23.66 hourly / $3,371-$4,115 monthly / Range: 5276

ADMHS Team Supervisor - Clinical Psychologist (#5174)

$34.22-$41.77 hourly / $5,951-$7,266 monthly / Range: 6416

ADMHS Team Supervisor - Masters Registered Nurse (#5175)

$33.88-$41.36 hourly / $5,892-$7,194 monthly / Range: 6396

ADMHS Team Supervisor - Mental Health Technician (#5176)

$22.13-$27.01 hourly / $3,849-$4,698 monthly / Range: 5542

ADMHS Team Supervisor - Practitioner (#5177)

$26.80-$32.72 hourly / $4,661-$5,690 monthly / Range: 5926

ADMHS Team Supervisor - Registered Nurse (#5178)

$31.60-$38.57 hourly / $5,495-$6,708 monthly / Range: 6256

ADMHS Team Supervisor - Rehabilitation Specialist (#5179)

$23.42-$28.60 hourly / $4,074-$4,973 monthly / Range: 5656

DEFINITION: Under direction of Mental Health Program Managers, incumbents provide administrative supervision and, within the scope of their licensure and/or area(s) of expertise, clinical supervision, for a team providing assessment, treatment, and rehabilitative services to individuals with serious mental illnesses and co-occurring conditions; incumbents also provide treatment services directly to clients; and perform related duties as required.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: This is a working supervisory classification in which incumbents provide services to clients as part of their team and in addition assign, coordinate, and review the work of other team members. Depending on their licensure and/or area(s) of expertise and in conjunction with Program Managers, incumbents also provide supervision of clinical assessment, diagnosis, and therapeutic treatment and rehabilitation services. This classification is distinguished from Mental Health Program Manager by the latter's responsibility for managing all activities associated with assigned clinics or programs, including budget preparation and monitoring, providing overall program direction and oversight, and coordinating program components with other departmental functions and with services provided by other County departments and outside agencies.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

  1. Evaluates new cases to identify placement on a continuum of low-acuity cases to high-acuity cases and assigns clients to staff accordingly; coordinates services within the treatment team; reviews staff charts and cases to ensure effectiveness of treatment plans; oversees case discussion and review; ensures that staff comply with departmental policies and procedures governing treatment and rehabilitation services and that staff employ best practices within the System of Care framework.
  2. Provides direct services, which may include direct clinical assessment, psychotherapy, and rehabilitation and medication services, within the scope of licensure and professional expertise; provides collateral consultation to partner agencies and/or family members involved in the client's life; prepares case reports.
  3. Within the scope of licensure and/or area(s) of expertise, provides clinical oversight of treatment team members, including supervision of assessment, diagnosis, therapeutic treatment, and rehabilitation services by ADMHS professionals; ensures that staff members are informed of and in compliance with the department's policies and procedures for delivering clinical services.
  4. Confers with Mental Health Program Managers concerning worksite problems and System of Care issues; identifies potential and actual program and operational problems and assists in the development and implementation of policies and procedures to resolve them; acts as a liaison between employees and management, including defining and advocating organizational goals and policies to employees and passing employees' views to management; represents Program Managers at meetings and performs site management duties when assigned or in the Program Manager's absence.
  5. In conjunction with Mental Health Program Managers, interviews and selects candidates for hire, promotion, or reassignment; sets employee performance standards including standards in clinical areas within the scope of licensure and professional expertise; communicates expectations and ensures staff compliance; evaluates and documents employee performance; takes minor disciplinary measures, such as issuing warnings and reprimands, and recommends actions to Program Managers in more serious cases.
  6. Compiles and prepares statistics on clients served; ensures that proper documentation is kept and that charts are complete to maximize revenue from billing; identifies training needs and provides or arranges training for staff in program policies and procedures; prepares correspondence to clients; tracks participation of staff in training necessary for continued licensure or to ensure staff members remain current with the department's administrative and program policies and procedures.
  7. Within the scope of licensure and/or area(s) of expertise, may develop and provide site intern training programs and supervise interns for licensure.

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS: Candidates must meet one of the employment standards listed below:

Either A:   Clinical Psychologist. Possession of a valid license to practice as a psychologist granted by the California State Board of Medical Examiners, and two years of post-licensure, journey-level experience performing duties equivalent to a Clinical Psychologist II with Santa Barbara County that included lead work or responsibility for coordinating treatment services provided by staff;
or B:   Practitioner. Possession of a valid California State license as a Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT), and two years of post-licensure, journey-level experience performing duties equivalent to a Mental Health Practitioner II with Santa Barbara County that included lead work or responsibility for coordinating treatment services provided by staff;
or C:   Masters Registered Nurse. Possession of a master's degree in psychiatric nursing or public health nursing, a valid Registered Nurse license issued by the California State Board of Registered Nursing, and two years of post-licensure, post-master's degree, journey-level experience performing duties equivalent to a Psychiatric Nurse II with Santa Barbara County that included lead work or responsibility for coordinating treatment services provided by staff;
or D:   Registered Nurse. Possession of a valid Registered Nurse license issued by the California State Board of Registered Nursing and four years of post-licensure, journey-level experience performing duties equivalent to the class of Psychiatric Nurse II in Santa Barbara County with responsibility for lead work or for coordinating treatment services provided by staff;
or E:   Mental Health Case Worker. Possession of a bachelor's degree that included 30 semester or 45 quarter units in behavioral sciences, and four years of experience performing duties equivalent to a Mental Health Case Worker in Santa Barbara County with responsibility for lead work or for coordinating treatment services provided by staff;
or F Mental Health Rehabilitation Specialist. Possession of a bachelor's degree in rehabilitation counseling and two years of experience performing duties equivalent to a Mental Health Rehabilitation Specialist in Santa Barbara County with responsibility for lead work or for coordinating treatment services provided by staff;
or G:   Mental Health Technician. Possession of a valid license as a Psychiatric Technician or Licensed Vocational Nurse issued by the State of California and four years of journey-level experience performing duties equivalent to the class of Mental Health Technician II in Santa Barbara County with responsibility for lead work or for coordinating treatment services provided by staff.

Equivalent Combinations:

Applicants for Clinical Psychologist, Practitioner, Masters Registered Nurse, Registered Nurse, or Mental Health Technician Team Supervisor must possess the appropriate license stated above. However, combinations of training, education, and experience that provide the required knowledge and abilities will be considered for their equivalence to the stated experience requirement.

Equivalent combinations of training, education, and experience that provide the required knowledge and abilities will also be considered for their equivalence to the stated education and experience requirements for Mental Health Case Worker and Mental Health Rehabilitation Specialist Team Supervisors.

Licensure:

Where licensure is required, applicants must possess licensure in their profession at the time of application. Initial appointment may be based upon licensure in any state; however, California licensure is required within two years of employment as a condition of continued employment.

Additional Qualifications: Possession of a valid California Class C Driver's License.

Knowledge of: training practices; standard English grammar and usage; and, at a level appropriate to the scope of licensure and professional expertise, knowledge of medications and pharmacology; current mental health assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation modalities; treatment of co-occurring conditions; State Medi-Cal regulations, e.g., rehabilitation option and managed care; California laws and regulations pertaining to the mental health patients' rights program; System of Care approaches to mental health care; principles and practices of assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of individuals with mental and emotional disorders; current developments in the field of mental health treatment, clinical case management, and treatment protocols for licensed and unlicensed staff; community resources available to and needed by the mentally ill and their families; professional standards of conduct; Medicare and Medi-Cal billing procedures.

Ability to: interpret, explain, and apply applicable laws, rules, regulations, and policies; plan, organize, and prioritize the work of self and others; assign work, delegate responsibility, and coordinate work assignments; motivate and work effectively with subordinates from a variety of professions; evaluate job performance of staff and provide constructive feedback; gather, organize, and analyze data to make decisions, under pressure and within deadlines; foresee the likely advantages and disadvantages of decisions; accept responsibility for decisions; learn department's policies and procedures related to employee supervision, training and evaluation; establish and maintain records of the type and quality of clinical treatment services provided by staff; prepare complete and accurate narrative reports and a variety of written documents such as correspondence, policies and procedures, and performance evaluations; present information in an organized and comprehensible manner; develop practical solutions to problems; remain poised while dealing with pressure exerted by others; defuse hostile or stressful situations; employ creativity in resolving problems; exercise objectivity and independent judgment; maintain confidentiality of information; implement the philosophy of professional assault response training (PART).

Desirable Qualifications: Experience in alcohol and drug assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation services, as well as knowledge of principles and practices of supervision and performance management.



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