Clinical Mental Health Supervisor

Compensation: DOQ

Employment type: Full-Time

Insurance: Medical, Dental and Vision

Well Care Services is an integrated healthcare service model that includes psychiatric care, primary care, medication management, therapy, rehabilitative services, case management and housing services for the underserved. Through this program, we impact the patients and community we serve as well as deliver measurable results to our healthcare partners.

Well Care Services (WCS) is currently recruiting for a Clinical Mental Health Supervisor.

The Clinical Supervisor is a member of a multi-disciplinary team and coordinates day-to-day activities for the function of WCS.

The Clinical Supervisor provides direct administrative and clinical supervision to WCS therapeutic staff. The Clinical Supervisor will ensure close coordination and collaboration with the Case Management Department (CMD), Basic Skills Training (BST) and Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) department, the Mobile Crisis Assessment Team (MCAT), and Well Care Services Psychiatric and Medical Department (PMD).

This position includes administrative duties associated with planning, hiring, and quality assurance/improvement.


Assist the WCS leadership in planning, implementing and coordinating WCS existing integrated services and development of new integrated services.

Support and train WCS staff toward improved care standards and practice skills.

Assure compliance with all relevant contract and procedure requirements.

Teach and promote core WCS values, crisis intervention and de-escalation skills, and causes and effects of homelessness essential to ensure the safety of clients and staff.

Provide individual supervision and consultation for team members.

Conduct performance evaluations of clinical staff on scheduled basis and keep supporting documentation in confidential files.

Coordinate and participate in psychiatric consultation, clinical supervision, program meetings, and in-service training of WCS program staff; participate in clinical reviews and case conferences.

Coordinate and Oversee the schedule of WCS therapy department.

Supervise and review team clinical documentation to assure that team members maintain current and complete clinical records, and that records comply with the agency's clinical accountability policies and procedures, and local, state and federal requirements.

Maintain familiarity with agency and mental health system policies and procedures and assure adherence to these procedures.

Identify need, and advocate for, modification to procedures.

Cooperate and problem solve with community providers and other relevant entities.

Participate in verbal de-escalation and physical interventions in emergent situations and be willing and able to assist other staff as needed to maintain a safe and secure environment.

Maintain a Quality Assurance (QA) program which continually assesses quality measures and seeks to improve services on an ongoing basis.



Current Nevada Licensure for Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) or Licensed Clinical

Professional Counselor (LCPC).

Master's degree in a Social Work, Family Therapy or Clinical Mental Health Counseling.

Meet minimum criteria as a Mental Health Professional as defined by current MSM Chapter 400.

Pass a Nevada State Criminal background check.

Minimum of 2 years full time experience delivering direct mental health and case management services to severely mentally ill population in a community setting.

Possess the skills and attitude to provide sound clinical and administrative supervision.

Familiar with Recovery Principles, Crisis Intervention and Stabilization, Integrated Treatment of Co-occurring Disorders, Intensive Case Management, Illness Management, and relevant Evidenced based/Emerging best practices.

Knowledge of Harm Reduction strategies.

Strong working knowledge of DSM V.

Strong knowledge of relevant community resources and methods for accessing them.

Ability to work flexible hours as required by program and staffing needs.

Ability to communicate and work effectively with staff from various backgrounds.

Ability to work effectively with diverse populations.

Subscribe to the philosophy of cooperation and continuity across programs and of consideration and respect for clients.


Minimum of two years’ experience providing supervision within the mental health and/or chemical dependency field, preferred.

Minimum of two years’ experience working with the homeless population with a strong understanding of the unique causes and effects that homelessness can have on clients, preferred.