The Program Supervisor assists the Director in the daily operation and ongoing development of the Mobile Response Team in Monterey County. The Mobile Response Team supports families in serious distress with immediate crisis intervention and mental health services. The Program Supervisor will be a part of meetings on both a programmatic and clinical nature, interacting with a wide variety of mental health and social services agency personnel. Responsibilities also include all facets of the hiring process of employees as well as clinical and job-related supervision. The Program Supervisor may also provide family-based mental health counseling, therapy, crisis intervention, and case management services to children and families, which may occur at the program site and in the community, including hospitals, schools, and family homes.
Seneca Family of Agencies is committed to providing traditionally marginalized communities a network of outstanding mental health, community based, and educational services. We are committed to building a diverse staff and strongly encourages people of color to apply. Our programs are deeply engaged in conversations and trainings on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in order to bring equity and justice to the youth and families we serve.
Assist the Director in maintaining a fiscally viable program that meets the needs of children and families.
Assist in the development and presentation of program specific training to employees.
Provide individual and/or group supervision to assigned staff members on a weekly basis.
Monitor, and as required approve paperwork including: Medi-Cal, and other required paperwork.
Assist in all facets of the hiring process of new employees.
Serve as the clinical lead and work with the treatment team to provide crisis intervention and other mental health services as needed in client homes, county 5150/5585 ports, and in the community.
As needed, provide counseling, therapy, and case management services to ensure the successful transition of clients and their families to community-based resources.
Participate in treatment reviews, program staff meetings, and IEP meetings when necessary.
Master’s degree in Social Work/Psychology/Counseling
Registered or licensed with the California BBS
At least three years’ experience in working with children and families in mental health settings preferred
Supervisory experience preferred
Strong communication and organizational skills
Bilingual Spanish/English abilities a plus
Ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team with a diverse population of clients
Own vehicle, California driver’s license and auto insurance
TB test clearance, fingerprinting clearance, and any other state/federal licensing or certification requirements
Flexible schedule with ability to work some evenings and weekends or provide on-call coverage as needed
Competitive salary, commensurate with experience + 10% salary increase upon passing Spanish language proficiency exam
Additional $4000 salary increase for BBS licensure
Annual performance evaluations provide the potential for a generous salary increase each year
5 weeks of Paid Time off and 11 Paid Holidays
Relocation assistance may be available
Comprehensive employee benefits package, including medical, dental, vision and chiropractic coverage and partially paid premiums for dependents
Employer-paid Employee Assistance Plan
403b Retirement Plan
Training stipend and professional development opportunities
Excellent clinical training, individual and group supervision, and assistance toward licensure
Opportunities to develop specialized skills, including clinical supervision and evidence-based practices
Abundant promotional opportunities across the agency in California and Washington
Additional Salary Information: Competitive salary, commensurate with experience + 10% salary increase upon passing Spanish language proficiency exam
About Seneca Family of Agencies
Seneca Family of Agencies is a statewide non-profit agency dedicated providing quality mental health services to children and families throughout California. Since 1985, Seneca has established itself as an innovative leader in the provision of unconditional care for children and families experiencing high levels of trauma who are at risk for family disruption.
Seneca's Central Coast Programs, known as Kinship Center, build adoptive and other families where children can heal from past abuse, neglect or abandonment and grow to healthy adulthood. We help 2,500 children each year, mostly those whom many others consider too difficult: severely traumatized children, older teenagers, children with disabilities, large sibling groups, and drug affected infants. Every child deserves a family, and Kinship Center makes it happen.