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Outreach Supervisor (Part-Time)

Company: Washburn Center For Children
Location: Minneapolis
Posted on: January 27, 2023

Job Description:

All are welcome! People of color, people with disabilities, and LGBTQIA+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply!

Benefits at Washburn:

Washburn offers benefits to Full-Time benefit eligible employees comprehensive Dental, Vision, Health, Life and Long term disability insurance. Additionally we offer a 403b retirement plan and a flexible benefit option (FSA).

Vacation: Paid Vacation accrues at 10 hours of vacation per month - up to 15 days / 120 hours annually.

Sick Leave: Paid sick leave accrues at 6.68 hours of sick per month - up to 10 days / 80 hours.

Holidays: There are 2.5 days/20 hours of floating holidays per year in addition to the eight standard holidays.

***Please note that Internships, Part-Time (less than 30 hours/week) and Temporary positions are NOT eligible for all of Washburn Center's benefits***

About Us:

Washburn Center for Children is a leading children's mental health center, caring for a wide variety of children's needs associated with anxiety, depression, behavioral difficulties and trauma.

The 133-year-old nonprofit offers critical mental health intervention to help children - and their families - realize hope. Washburn Center for Children serves more than 2,800 children ages 0-18 and approximately 8,500 family members each year. Washburn Center's three office locations - Brooklyn Park, Edina, and Minneapolis - serve the entire Twin Cities metro area. The nonprofit also offers in-home services, and its school-based program serves 22 schools in the Eden Prairie, Bloomington and Minneapolis school districts.

The demand for therapeutic care has skyrocketed. Join our team to help children through the setbacks of life and create a better future. To learn more about how we do that work in homes, schools and clinic-based services, visit us online.

What does Outreach do?

Outreach provides observational assessment of children in early childhood programs and daycare centers from ages birth through or not yet in kindergarten. Assist teachers and care givers to develop intervention plans to facilitate the child's adjustment and development. Support parents and families in identifying needs and obtaining therapeutic services. Outreach also provides in-services, training, and workshops to early childhood professionals on a variety of topics.

Responsibilities

Clinical Performance and Documentation

Ensure program staff provide effective assessment and consultation services.

o Provide training and assist with intakes as needed to support staff.

o Ensure that referrals and requests for services are responded to and processed quickly to help clients access services or receive triage and/or referral services.

o Work with Washburn clinical, support and reimbursement staff as well as external referral sources to refine systems to improve access, streamline systems and facilitate enrollment.

o Develop standards and training related to culturally competent practice.

o Maintain knowledge of both established and emerging interventions and implement as appropriate.

o Demonstrate knowledge of and supervise staff so that practice is consistent with the agency's Clinical Policies and Procedures.

Oversee clinical documentation practices to meet state and contracted requirements

o Review documentation regularly to review quality and accuracy and to meet contracted requirements.

o Ensure that MN and HIPAA data privacy requirements are followed.

Outcomes collection

o Work with staff and clients to reliably collect outcomes data and use as appropriate for consultation, evaluation, quality improvement and reporting purposes.

Supervision & Leadership:

Provide effective leadership in hiring, training, supervising and evaluating staff

o Work with HR staff and other program staff as needed to recruit, interview and hire qualified staff.

o Complete timely annual performance evaluations for all program staff with clear professional development plans and diversity goals.

o Facilitate semi-monthly case consultation meetings.

o Provide weekly individual and/or group supervision as appropriate for program staff.

o Provide resources, training, feedback and activities as needed to build a cohesive, productive team.

o Create a positive, respectful work environment.

Teamwork and Cooperation

Participate in and contribute to other agency teams and meetings as needed

o Participate on ongoing agency committees or teams (e.g., accounts receivable, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion initiatives, clinical supervisors group, inservice planning).

o Meet regularly with program directors and communicate program updates, changes, etc.

o Participate in external meetings with other providers, referral sources, payers, etc. as needed to develop relationships, generate referrals, or improve systems.

Program Management:

Develop and maintain systems and relationships to maintain budgeted utilization for program services.

o Ensure that clients are receiving services consistent with the program model.

o Coordinate program intakes and enrollment.

o Work with program clinicians, support and reimbursement staff to maintain timely authorizations for services.

Participate in Program Budget Development and Monitoring of Revenue & Expenses

o Manage program revenue and expenses based on budgeted guidelines and team with program and finance directors to review and develop program budget.

o Review monthly utilization and financial reports, monitor trends and develop follow up plans with program directors as needed.

o Work with program directors to identify and pursue opportunities for program expansion.

Reporting and Program Oversight

o Work with program support staff and directors to complete required reporting (e.g., Hennepin County outcomes reports, grant reports).

o Work with program directors to ensure compliance with legal, ethical and licensing guidelines and requirements (e.g., grievance logs, data privacy).

Professional Development and Training

o Provide comprehensive, timely training to new staff and ongoing professional development for program staff and interns.

o Lead team diversity and cultural competency efforts. Provide resources, training and activities to promote culturally competent practice and integrate consideration of cultural dynamics in supervision, training, consultation and documentation.

o Participate in planning of agency-wide and team training events.

o Coordinate intern selection and training with the Human Resources

o Arrange for all new staff to attend employee onboarding (HR orientation, data privacy, electronic health record training, clinical documentation, etc.)

Qualifications

o Master's or Doctoral degree in Social Work, Psychology, or other human service field (Required)

o Experience in and working knowledge of child development and children's mental health, and experience of intervention with special needs children and/or early childhood special education (Required)

o High level of clinical skills in treatment of childhood disorders (Required)

o Supervision and program management experience (Required)

o Independent licensure as LICSW, LPCC, LP, or LMFT (Required)

o Valid Driver's License with current car insurance (Required)

Salary Range :

Vaccine Requirements at Washburn:

Washburn Center for Children (WCC) maintains a COVID-19 Preparedness Plan that mitigates the transmission and spread of COVID-19 to ensure the safety of staff, clients, residents, and community members. As part of the COVID-19 Preparedness Plan and to comply with federal, state, and local government regulations Washburn requires COVID-19 vaccinations for:

--- All employees

--- All interns/trainees/fellows

--- Contractors/consultants who are working onsite at a WCC facility and/or are delivering services to clients regardless of location

--- All volunteers (including Board of Trustees members) who have in-person contact with WCC staff, clients, or volunteers

Exemptions for medical or religious reasons may be requested and submitted for review.

Washburn Center for Children is an EEO/AA employer: women, minorities, people with disabilities, people that hold different gender identities and expressions and veterans are encouraged to apply. Cultural responsiveness and advancing equity are essential to achieving our mission. Our core values guide how we actively heal, learn and work.

To learn more about life at Washburn and how we work together, visit us online.

Keywords: Washburn Center For Children, Minneapolis , Outreach Supervisor (Part-Time), Accounting, Auditing , Minneapolis, Minnesota

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