The School Clinical Supervisor is responsible for supporting the oversight of all social/emotional and clinical services for the Marie Philip School.
SUPERVISOR: Superintendent of Marie Philip School
FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Department Management
Support the Superintendent in overseeing the coordination of various services to students providing the following core services: diagnostic and assessment, counseling, and community support in the school setting.
Support the School Clinical Team (of school psychologists, Board Certified Behavioral Analysts, and school counselors) in completing appropriate documentations in a timely fashion (i.e., IEP goals, progress reports, data collection, and evaluations).
Support the SCT team in all aspects of his or her role, including but not limited to direct service to students and families, expansion of school-based workshops, referrals to community resources, needs assessments, and other projects that fall in the scope of student and family wellness in schools.
Provide support to supervisors of the MPS residential, and after school and athletic programs in regards to social and emotional development of youth, when needed.
2. Department Development and Collaboration
Develop school programming including but not limited to: conducting Needs Assessments, triaging mental health needs of students and families, parent outreach, workshop coordination, and teacher support.
Promote the development and implementation of Social Emotional Learning (SEL) practices to all students by members of the School Clinical Team.
Collaborate with the MPS Superintendent to identify areas of program improvement or trainings.
Provide direct supervision to members of the School Clinical Team.
Manage emergency service calls and required documentation and support the steps to assess immediate mental health risks of students.
Assist in the implementation of department and/or school-wide trainings at the request of the Superintendent.
**Some lifting may be required when working with young students or students with special needs, however, TLC embraces and celebrates a spirit of inclusion and diversity, and reasonable accommodations and modifications will be made whenever possible. The diversity of our student population may require that some assignments have a heavier physical responsibility due to safety. If the opening for which you are applying will require more strenuous physical activity, the unique needs will be discussed at the time of interview.
*Perform other tasks as assigned by the Department Supervisor
*Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
**TLC is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and all employees and applicants for employment are afforded equal opportunity in every area of hiring and employment without regard to race, color, religious creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender identity, age, criminal record (inquiries only), handicap (disability), mental illness, retaliation, sexual harassment, sexual orientation, genetics, active military, and any other legally protected characteristic.
**TLC embraces and celebrates a spirit of inclusion and diversity, and reasonable accommodations and modifications will be made whenever possible.
• Master of Social Work degree or related field, with licensure in Massachusetts and experience as a human service professional working with deaf children or adolescents with emotional/behavioral challenges
• Previous experience with crisis prevention and coordination of such services
• 5 years or more years of leadership experience, including supervision of other direct service providers
• Excellent communication skills (including fluency in American Sign Language required and professional writing skills)
• Periodic after-hours crisis management