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Clinical Supervisor


Wilmington, North Carolina, United States

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The FCT/Intensive In-Home Clinical Supervisor is a full time, exempt position that provides clinical guidance and management, support, and development to the FCT/ Intensive In-Home licensed and unlicensed clinicians and case management staff. The clinical supervisor also provides oversight and supervision to the assessment clinicians.

Job Responsibilities include:                                                

  • Assisting the Regional Director in developing realistic and measurable objectives for the program
  • Forming a highly effective clinical team to accomplish the program’s short and long term goals
  • In addition to online-based training and required readings, the certification process requires videotaped demonstration of competencies in supervising FCT Clinicians
  • Once certified, the FCT Supervisor will complete all activities necessary to maintain certification from FCTF
  • The FCT Supervisor will provide supervision for a FCT team, including face-to-face supervisions occur weekly at team meetings. Individual staffing with each clinician occurs at least once every other week, using supervision documents as required
  • In consult with the FCT Trainer, the FCT Supervisor oversees the training and certification process for the FCT Clinicians on his / her team; provide training as needed
  • The FCT Supervisor will routinely review data and documentation to determine whether FCT Clinicians are meeting FCT adherence and fidelity goals, including intensity, fidelity forms, and progress through phases
  • The FCT Supervisor is responsible for reviewing FCT Clinicians’ field certification video check-off attempts when certified, in conjunction with the FCT trainer
  • A FCT Supervisor participates in regular consultation with FCTF
  • Monitor Team Members’ caseloads and documentation
  • Assist with referrals case assignment to team members; monitors and measures client progress against treatment plans and stated goals as it applies to mental health documentation
  • Attend & participate in Child & Family Team Meetings as requested by the Department of Child Services
  • Receive and respond to crisis calls; provide vacancy coverage when necessary
  • Interfaces with related community agencies, attends meetings as scheduled and/or needed to include: Department of Social Services, LME, and the Department of Mental Health and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act related issues
  • Implements additional evidence-base practices as applicable and monitors treatment outcomes, identifies staff training needs, ensures development and implementation of programs that address needs and participates in delivering training sessions to meet the needs of staff related to clinical/program needs
  • Guides staff in the development of their work plans, their assigned duties, responsibilities, and scope of authority; consults with staff on problems relative to clients. Attends, participates, leads and/or facilitates routinely scheduled meetings as requested or required for the Agency; including supervision team meetings and case conferencing
  • Ensures client documentation is accurate and submitted within the established timeframe. May participate in business development and decision-making. May be assigned to special projects such as coordinating/conducting group therapy, community outreach, or parent education.


  • Education and Licensure: Masters level, Licensed Psychologist, Social Worker, Counselor, or MFT, (LPA, LPC/LPCA, LCSW/LCSWA or MFT/MFTA)
  • Experience: Minimum 3 years of clinical experience working with individuals with a history of mental illness in a social service/mental health environment
  • FCT experience preferred


Working knowledge of mental health services coordination and management. The ability to support the values and mission of AFS as related to employment. Working knowledge of Agency policies and procedures and current knowledge to coordinate treatment planning and case management for assigned clients.  Strong communication skills; must possess the ability to present ideas, information, and viewpoints clearly, both verbally and in writing. Personal computer skills including word processing, spreadsheets, and other related software. Ability to use analysis, experience, and judgment to make effective decisions. Commitment to team objectives and AFS philosophies. Ability to adapt to changing needs by acquiring new skills and knowledge.

Current NC driver’s license and a driving record acceptable to AFS requirements. Business management and program development skills desired.