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Intern Program Supervisor

NADAP

Description

We are now hiring an Intern Program Supervisor (IPS) for immediate placement, for our growing MSW Intern Program in Downtown Brooklyn. The Intern Program Supervisor is part of a large, diverse supervisory team, and acts as an educator and training support to the MSW Intern class & the larger department.

The IPS plays a critical role in developing the next class of Social Workers in the field, and will use a lot of time and effort in sculpting the understanding and practice of his or her rotating team. Every year, the IPS will take on a brand new class, continuing to educate and train the future Social Workers of NYC!

The IPS provides clinical and administrative supervision for a team of Social Work Interns. The IPS works closely with his/her team to ensure consistent provision of high quality outreach, assessment, intervention, referral, linkage, monitoring and service planning for all persons served.
IPS tracks programmatic data reports to ensure success service delivery and builds relationships with Health Home network medical and behavioral health providers to align services that promote access to care and enhanced health outcomes for all clients.

The IPS maintains and cultivates existing relationships with area social work programs and Field Placement offices, and works with those programs to recruit and on-board appropriate Interns. IPS provides task and clinical supervision to the group of Interns, and completes evaluations as prescribed by the identified universities.

The IPS works as a vital part of the Training and Education Team within the Health Homes Care Coordination Department. S/he helps to create, and modify training materials, and regularly facilitates teaching and training sessions for groups throughout the HHCC department. The IPS uses his or her clinical background, and technical skill, to assist in the clinical and skill development of the larger team.

Qualifications

• Master's Degree in Social Work from an Accredited University
• LMSW Required. LCSW Preferred.
• 3 Years Post Graduate Experience
• Strong understanding of clinical supervision, and of client population
• Excellent computer skills and attention to detail
• 1 Year supervisory experience strongly preferred
• Must be SIFI Eligible, SIFI Certified Preferred

Salary

65,000 Annually

Contact

Tanya Simon, Senior Director
Tsimon@nadap.org

Posted on 12/12/18; CVMHA ID #12544