Children's CPRC Supervisor

Community Counseling Center Cape Girardeau, MO

Location: Cape Girardeau, MO


This Position is responsible for the clinical and administrative supervision of the delivery of Community Support (CS and crisis intervention services of an assigned team with the Community Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center (CPRC). Emergency services and direct services as assigned are a part of the duties.


This position is administratively and clinically responsible to the Director of CPRC


This position supervises assigned CPRC caseworkers.


* Provide for coordination of referrals and clinical assessment of potential CS clients.

* Assign clients to staff case loads within CPRC time-line requirements and in accordance with multi-disciplinary treatment team recommendations.

* Facilitate and provide leadership of CS treatment team meetings.

* Provide regular review of written documentation to assure quality, adequacy, and timeliness of service delivery of assigned staff.

* Ensure compliance with all CPRC requirements.

* Provide regular and frequent supervision, according to supervision policy and procedure and specific CPRC requirements to review client status, identify referral needs, review of critical intervention and time management, including in-home conjoint visits with assigned staff.

* Ensure attainment of work performance productivity standards of assigned staff.

* Identify and review staff training needs, develop individual and group activities to ensure orientation and continuing education/training objectives are completed within CPRC time-lines.

* Provide leadership in establishing effective working relationships with other CCC services and outside agencies, including identification of new community resources for CS clients.

* Participate in the quality assurance process for CPRC.

* Complete assigned assessments according to CPRC timelines.

* Participate in administrative duties as assigned, attend administrative meetings, provide administrative leadership.

* Be available to respond to client emergencies as they occur during office hours.

* Provide direct client care services as assigned.

* Perform other duties as assigned and necessary to the attainment of CPRC goals.


Minimum qualifications: Qualified mental health professional must have a Masters degree in clinical social work, psychology, professional counseling, or related field from an accredited college or university program, or R.N. with two-years' mental health relevant experience. Supervisory experience preferred.


Working hours must be flexible to meet client needs. Some weekend and evening hours are required. This is a 40-hour workweek, exempt position.