• Full Time
  • Intermittent
  • Part Time
  • Camarillo

Position: Mental Health Clinical Supervisor (CS)
Hours: Intermittent, Part-Time, Full-Time Options as available

Rates: $40-$43 per hour + $1 Bilingual Incentive

In a multi-cultural, multi-disciplinary environment acts as primary BBS clinical
supervisor within the Mental Health & Trauma Treatment (MH&TT)department.
According to California BBS regulations and MH&TT department standards, provides
onboarding, training, clinical supervision and evaluation of assigned BBS registered
Mental Health Therapist I, II, or Student Trainee/Interns and case consult to Mental
Health Therapist III, IV. Collaborates on high risk cases, providing triage with
Managers and Director.

Distinguishing Characteristics:
Clinical Supervisor I (LMFT or LCSW) – is the entry/trainee level classification, where
emphasis is on developing clinical supervision style, practicing reflective supervision,
mentoring, coaching, and training. Provides weekly individual or triadic clinical
supervision according to California BBS regulations and department standards.
Provides back up clinical supervision. May provide group clinical supervision.
Participates in onboarding clinicians. Collaborates with Clinical Services Manager on
Introductory and Annual performance reviews. CS I report to CS II. Receives weekly
supervision from CS II.
Hourly Rate: 2+ years $40/$41 bilingual

Clinical Supervisor II (LMFT or LCSW with demonstrated clinical supervisory
experience in multiple clinical settings) – is the expert level classification providing
clinical supervision described in CS I. Additionally, provides training, supervision and
oversight to CS I, and other staff designated with clinical supervision assignments
including independent contractors. May facilitate or coordinate training. CS II reports
to Director or management designee.
Hourly Rate: 3+ years $43/$44 bilingual

Examples Of Duties
Duties may include, but are not limited to the following:
 Provide clinical supervision in accordance with department standards,
Interface Mission, Vision and Values, and CA BBS regulations.
 Provide key role in onboarding and assessing competency of clinical
interventions provided and documentation.

 Mentor, evaluate and remediate the professional growth, development, and
evaluation of assigned Mental Health therapist I, II, and student
 Review clinical charts, documentation, treatment interventions to support
efficacy of treatment provided by assigned treatment staff.
 Cosign documents as required by contract and department standards.
 Facilitate and coordinate clinical training.
 Maintain required CEU’s per CA BBS regulations to maintain active license
and to conduct clinical supervision of licensed eligible and unlicensed or
waivered staff.
 Maintain CAMFT or NASW membership and professional malpractice
 Complete all required BBS supervisee and supervisory documents per BBS
 Maintains all requirements to meet standards in contracts for credentialing
and recredentialing.
 Process clinical supervision documentation of cases in EHR.
 Participate in department team meetings as assigned.

Qualification Guidelines
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Working knowledge of: diagnosis, assessment, prognosis, treatment, rehabilitation
and case management for children, adolescents, adults and families experiencing
trauma, victimization, parenting challenges, serious mental illness, alcohol and drug
issues, co-occurring disorders; case conceptualization; transference and
countertransference; mentoring, coaching, training, leadership; providing effective
therapeutic techniques and modalities; psychosocial and cultural factors affecting
mental health and service delivery; case collaboration and engaging collaterals;
professional development; evidence based treatment interventions and models;
research, problem solving, directives; and administrative procedures related to the
delivery of mental health services, and Medi-Cal, state and federal mental health
programs descriptions, treatment benefits, application procedures, etc.
Ability to: ethically and respectfully establish and maintain effective working
relationships with others as part of a multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural team;
communicate effectively in writing and orally, including public speaking; efficiently
organize time and workload responsibilities; effectively utilize agency and community
resources; conduct individual, triadic or group clinical supervision; teach clinical
skills, use of clinical judgement, case conceptualization, all aspects of clinical
practice, laws, rules and regulations; demonstrate respect and equity; and help
develop professional clinicians.

Recruiting Standards
Professional Licensure:
California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS)
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist OR
Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Other Requirements
Special Requirements:
 Candidates are required to have at time of hire and maintain a current
California Board of Behavioral Sciences license number as a condition of
continued employment, and malpractice insurance policy.
 Per BBS updated regulations candidates must complete a minimum of fifteen
(15) hours of continuing education specific to clinical supervision if a first time
clinical supervisor as of 1/1/22, and thereafter at each license renewal cycle a
minimum of six (6) hours of continuing education specific to clinical
supervision as a condition of continued employment.
 Position requires flexibility to be contacted for consultation during evening
work hours and provide back up to other supervisors as needed.
 Related work experience with a multi-cultural client population and Spanish-
English bilingual skills, desirable, incentive provided at $1/hr.
 Successful background and criminal clearance required and maintained,
including but not limited to California Department of Justice (DOJ), Federal
Bureau of Investigation (FBI, Child Abuse Index and Department of Motor
Vehicles (DMV). Proof of a valid California Driver License, reliable
transportation, proof of automobile insurance (listed as covered), pass and
maintain driving approval as required by our insurer.
 Must be able to provide in-person supervision and training with staff in
accordance with the California Department of Public Health orders as

Supplemental Information:
All supervisee assignments involve work in multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural settings
with seriously emotionally, disturbed children or adolescents, or complex trauma as
well as adults with complex trauma and co-occurring disorders as well as parenting
challenges. Interface mental health services are decentralized throughout the
County and are primarily located at Interface sites with some field-work and travel
within the County.
Continuous review of BBS requirements and funder requirements may result in
position descriptions update or changes in clinical supervisory or supervision
requirements. When updated positional descriptions will be reviewed with

To apply for this job email your details to hrstaff@icfs.org