General Responsibilities Under direction of the Behavioral Health Program Manager, provide clinical supervision for staff providing services in an outpatient program. Treatment services are delivered in a school setting. This position is full-time, working 200 days per year.
Provide clinical supervision and training for behavioral health staff in accordance with 246-341 WAC.
Support and implement ESD 112 Behavioral Health Agency policies and procedures.
Participate in training and become proficient in the use of the agency Electronic Health Record for the purpose of training staff on the use of the electronic health record, conducting chart reviews and monitoring caseloads.
Review and approve case documentation for trainees to include, but not limited to, assessments, individual service plans and progress notes.
Conduct quarterly chart reviews and ensure required consents, releases of information and other legal documentation are included in charts.
Provide supervision and observation for school based behavioral health clinicians.
Provide schools with resources regarding behavioral health as requested.
Participate in initiatives, grant implementation and other projects designed to enhance agency services.
Participate in community and/or provider collaboratives, workgroups and meetings regarding behavioral health and/or schools as assigned.
Attend school staffing meetings when appropriate.
Provide training and consultation for school staff on mental health, suicide prevention and crisis response.
Washington State Department of Health Licensure as a Mental Health Counselor, Advanced Social Worker or Independent Clinical Social Worker.
Qualify as an Approved Clinical Supervisor as stated in WAC 246-809-134.
Experience with youth treatment programs and working with parents.
Preferred Qualifications and Skills:
Substance Use Disorder Professional Certification.
Early childhood experience and knowledge.
Experience working with schools, social services and Juvenile Justice.
Knowledge of Medicaid billing and coding.
Working Conditions/Employment Requirements Working Conditions/Physical Requirements:
Flexible work hours required.
Travel to districts in the ESD region.
Employment Requirements - ESD job offer is contingent upon satisfying the following:
Successful completion of a criminal history and fingerprint check through the Washington State Patrol and FBI.
Additional Salary Information: Salary based on 200 days/yr assignment.
Internal Number: 202101418
About Educational Service District 112
Educational Service District 112 is one of nine statutory regional service agencies in the state of Washington. Created by the legislature 50 years ago, ESDs ensure equitable educational opportunities for all students—urban and rural alike. ESDs are an essential partner in the efficient operation of Washington’s 295 school districts and provide millions of dollars in services to schools through cooperatives, trusts, and competitive state, federal and private funds.
Our service region spans 30 school districts, two state schools and numerous private schools. We also provide additional services to districts throughout the state in partnership with Washington’s eight other Educational Service Districts. Through the facilitation of partnerships, cooperatives, state and federal grants and fee for service work, ESD 112 helps districts leverage resources to achieve program efficiency and cost savings.
More than 600 ESD 112 professionals are positioned in 30 public school districts and more than 25 private schools in Southwest Washington’s six counties including Clark, Skamania, Cowlitz, Wahkiakum, Klickitat and Pacific. We also serve the Washington State School for the Blind and the Washington School for the Deaf, and assist with home schooling and other educational inquiries.