Community Awareness & Treatment Services, Inc.
We seek a diverse workforce to meet the needs of the diverse communities we serve. All qualified applicants as well as women and minorities are encouraged to apply. We welcome applicants who've lived with challenges similar to those faced by the adults we serve.
We value the contributions, professionalism and personal growth of our employees and welcome you to be a part of our team by sharing your experience, knowledge, diversity and creativity. Come and join us as we continue to provide responsive, effective and caring services.
As an equal opportunity employer, CATS offers amazing opportunities to apply your knowledge, skills and abilities. We foster a welcoming and learning environment.
Updated August 18, 2015
Come and join us as we continue to provide responsive, effective and caring services. CATS All qualified applicants as well as women and minorities are encouraged to apply. We also welcome applicants who have lived with challenges similar to those faced by the adults we serve. Most non-exempt employees are represented by OPEIU (Office and Professional Employees International Union), Local 3.
Job Title: CLINICAL PROGRAM SUPERVISOR (Full-time, Exempt, Non-union)
Program: Coronado Hotel Reports To: Program Director
Status: Exempt Hours: Full-time; Exempt
The Clinical Program Supervisor is responsible for the clinical supervision of case managers with some program oversight as needed.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:
Train, supervise and evaluate case managers.
Provide clinical consultation to case managers.
Monitor client intakes, placement and referral within the continuum of care.
Maintain and document review of client charts on a regular basis.
Provide direct service as needed including assessment and case management.
Work closely with other providers ensuring quality of service provision.
Participate in program planning, development, and maintenance of program goals.
Act as Program Director in Program Director’s absence
Adhere to established policies and procedures.
Attend trainings and meetings.
Other duties as assigned.
MA in counseling, psychology or MSW in social work, or a related field or equivalent with clinical experience.
Current LCSW, LMFT license or registered internship toward licensure.
Two years management/supervisory experience.
Thorough knowledge of homelessness, mental health, substance abuse, HIV/AIDS and cultural diversity issues.
Strong organizational and administrative skills.
Good communication skills, both oral and written.
Ability to work both independently and cooperatively.
CPR and first aid certification within 90 days of hire.
Knowledge of San Francisco community resources; Knowledge of San Francisco neighborhoods.
Bilingual English/Spanish speaking.
Ability to reach, stand, walk, sit and drive as needed throughout the day for extended periods of time.
Frequently required to use a computer, phone, fax machine and other office equipment for extended periods of time.
Frequently required to complete tasks in an environment where interruptions may be constant and background noise is present.
Ability to move throughout buildings including stairs, between buildings, and out in the community.
Submit a letter of intent to by fax or email (see below). Include the job title you’re applying for, your current position and relevant experience in your letter. Fax (415) 292-0315 or email email@example.com
HOW TO APPLY FOR MOST JOB OPENINGS
To apply for any of our job openings, email a cover letter and resume with the job title in the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to (415) 241-1176 or mail to: Attn: Human Resources Community Awareness & Treatment Services 1171 Mission Street, 2nd Floor San Francisco, CA 94103 We review all resumes and will contact you if your experience and qualifications match our staffing needs. Thank you for your interest in CATS. CATS is an Equal Opportunity Employer