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Job: Licensed Team Lead (LCSW/ MFT/ LPCC)

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Title Licensed Team Lead (LCSW/ MFT/ LPCC)
Categories Northern California
Position Type PERMANENT
Salary 75000
Location Santa Rosa
Job Information

Licensed Team Lead-Intensive Community Treatment program. This entry-level licensed management position supervises
multidisciplinary teams, coordinates service needs, and collaborates with other services and agencies. Completes assessments and determines the appropriate level of services for new members
• 1 year of experience in mental health setting
• 1 year supervisory experience or supervisory training within 6 months of employment

• Experience providing intensive case management and/or intensive community supports using psychiatric rehabilitation concepts
• Outpatient clinic or community mental health service with two (2) years of direct clinical service

• Demonstrates the mission, purpose, values, and beliefs in everyday language and contact with internal and external stakeholders
• Functions as service plan supervisor for the team; ensures coordination of clinical and administrative team functions including scheduling of staff and members served
• Directs day-to-day clinical/administrative operations of assigned team, ensuring all members served receive services as indicated in their treatment plan
• Oversees and monitors accuracy of medical records
• Safeguards member confidentiality
• Promotes a high involvement culture by exhibiting ability to align team around common objectives to ensure contract outcomes, ACT fidelity, and organizational standards are met and maintained
• Ensures staff documentation, assessments, and paperwork meet federal, state, county, and organizational standards and timelines
• Uses person centered approaches and can supervise others in their use
• Understands payer documentation requirements and can supervise others to meet these requirements
• Develops, updates, and implements individual service plans
• Partners with leadership to identify and mitigate risk, and to improve care
• Abides by established policies, procedures, and standards of care in accordance with published ACT Standards
• Provides consistent supervision, including support, feedback, clinical consultation, and clear expectations for meeting job standards and promotion of professional growth
• Tracks, maintains, and ensures compliance with contract expectations and outcomes
• Establishes strong customer and community relations

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