KVC Health Systems, Inc.
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Provide consultation (as directed) to staff that provide direct services to children and families in order to facilitate safety, permanency and well being. Provides psychological testing (as appropriate/able) and evaluation as needed and assists in treatment planning. Performs other tasks and attends supervision as it relates to becoming a fully licensed masters level provider.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties assigned according to the qualification of staff and development of programs.
- Continues to build a child welfare system that is safe, secure and stable, family centered connected to the community, and which relies on evidence based practice necessary to support contract services.
- Provide administrative supervision (and clinical supervision as needed and able) for assigned staff on a regular basis for best practice service and staff performance.
- Keep abreast of current and new regulatory policies and procedures, such as changes that may occur within Medicaid regulations, Socially Necessary Services Child Placing Regulations, TJC and Behavioral Health Regulation. Ensure that staff is in compliance with above mentioned regulations.
- The supervisor will act as a member of treatment team and give feedback on client progress.
- The supervisor will provide treatment as directed by the treatment plan as necessary.
- The supervisor will travel (possibly to multiple counties in a service area) and be able to work in homes of families that are served.
- The supervisor will assist in assessment and the formation of the child's initial and master treatment plan.
- Attend clinical and administrative supervision by clinical supervisor on staff (or outside provider as necessary). Provide feedback to his/her supervisor and perform tasks as required by licensure board.
- Possess the needed clinical skills to read and critically review documentation (including service tickets, psychosocial assessments and treatment plans) via Chart Online for other clinical staff. Return any records to direct service providers for revision and provide clinical guidance for continued errors. Sign off on clinical staff documentation as required by agency and APS policy.
- Schedule to staff cases as needed according to risk and other case difficulties.
- Check weekly on staff productivity and give feedback to staff. Ensure that staff documentation is completed on time. Gives feedback to staff as needed.
- Submits all paperwork in a timely fashion to his/her supervisor for further review. Completes all required paperwork and follows agency policies and procedures within timelines to ensure smooth paperwork flow.
- Communicate with Regional Director to discuss any issues that arise with direct service provider in regards to documentation concerns.
- Posses the ability to perform psychological testing as required by agency and APS policy. Posses excellent clinical writing skills and the ability to effectively convey recommendations for treatment.
- The supervisor will be knowledgeable in the areas of child development parenting skills and trauma.
- The supervisor will have knowledge of and utilize Evidence Based Practices (EBPs) when providing assessment and treatment to children and families.
- The supervisor will have knowledge of Medically and Socially Necessary service techniques and proper documentation of these services.
- The supervisor will work with all community members involved in the child's life including the birth mother or birth extended family.
- Responsible for meeting performance expectations including contract requirements.
- Provides direct services per program state contract guidelines.
- Attends and participates in all scheduled meetings court hearing consultations and staff meeting as required.
- Acquires and develops resources to meet identified needs of client and staff.
- Provides positive feedback to clients and staff.
- Maintains working relationships and communications with DHHR and other community partners.
- Obtains 40 CEUs per year including 20 by June 30. Obtain CEUs as required by licensure and maintain all licensure requirements.
Each year, we touch the lives of more than 60,000 children and families.
Since our origin in 1970, KVC Health Systems Inc., (KVC) has grown to become a national presence in the field of human services. As a nonprofit corporation and parent company to six subsidiaries, we provide medical and behavioral health care, social services and education to children and families. Currently, we are looking for dedicated and dynamic professionals interested in making a difference to join our team.
At KVC, we are committed to using family-centered, culturally-informed and evidence-based practices to heal children and their families. While we currently provide care to children and families in five states, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska and West Virginia; each has its own unique set of service offerings. Our vision is to provide leadership in behavioral healthcare, social services and professional education through the provision of service delivery models with proven quality and fiscal accountability. We're proud to offer one of the most extensive networks of child and family services, including foster family care, adoption services, in-home family therapy, outpatient behavioral healthcare, children's psychiatric hospitals, and training and education.
Our employees impact thousands of people's lives daily and are a key to our success. We provide a collaborative work environment, competitive pay and guarantee that no two days will be the same. Interested in impacting the lives of children and families'? Learn about our current opportunities by joining our Talent Network today.
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