Clinical supervisor will assist with implementation and provide oversight of innovative program that bridges agencies in an effort to provide immediate, holistic, family-centered services and increase the collaborative capacity of the community to respond effectively to support family systems impacted by substance abuse.
This position supervises clinicians co-located in 3 district offices throughout Vermont and works collaboratively with the DCF Investigation and Assessment staff.
Primary responsibilities include supervision of clinical staff that are providing clinical and family support services in the districts as well as program and grant management.
Why Join Our Team at Lund:
We honor and celebrate the distinctive strengths and talents of our clients and staff.
Our work encompasses collaboration with a strong team of professionals and a strengths-based approach to providing services to families.
Lund’s adoption program provides life-long services to families brought together through adoption.
Lund’s residential and community treatment programs are distinctive as our work focuses on both treatment and parenting.
Lund’s educators believe in laughter, the importance of fun, community-oriented activities, and non-stop learning.
Ongoing training opportunities are available.
Lund offers competitive pay and paid training, as well as a comprehensive and very generous benefit package including health, dental, life, disability, retirement, extensive time off accrual, 11 paid holidays, and wellness reimbursement. EEO/AA
What We Look For:
Minimum of Master’s degree in human services related field and Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor.
Two years supervisory experience preferred.
Strong desire and ability to work with the identified population and effectively communicate and collaborate with interagency programs and community partners required.
Experience working with family services/child welfare preferred.
Additional Salary Information: Lund offers a comprehensive benefit package.
Lund is a multi-service nonprofit agency that has been providing services to families and children throughout Vermont for more than 122 years.Lund provides residential treatment and community services, comprehensive adoption services, and parent-child center services to more than 5,000 individuals each year.Our mission is to help children thrive by serving families with children, pregnant and parenting teens and young adults, and adoptive families.