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Licensed Clinical Team Supervisor

West Los Angeles, California

Licensed Clinical Team Supervisor - West Los Angeles



Looking for a rewarding position? How would you like to serve those who served?

If you are looking for an opportunity to work for a great organization & make a difference, this is the job for you!

Come & join our winning team!

Benefits include Paid Vacation, Sick Time, Paid Holidays, Medical, Dental, Vision and Company matching 401K

Licensed Clinical Team Supervisor (VASH) West Los Angeles

This position reports directly to the West Los Angeles North Campus VASH Program Manager and/or Project Director. The HUD/VASH Supervisor is responsible for the delivery of quality, comprehensive clinically based services.

FLSA Classification: Exempt


  • Oversee and manage VASH Case Managers and VASH Peer Specialists

  • Act as the Mental Health Treatment Coordinator

  • Oversee client HUD/VASH screening and intake for approval

  • Directly supervise VASH Case Managers for residential programs, and other specialized program staff depending on site specifications

  • Review and sign clients’ Individual Housing and Employment Plans (IHEP) and Mental Health treatment plans (MHTP)

  • Review and approve the Level of Care (LOC) case management stages

  • Ensure appropriate supervision of any non-clinical/non- licensed Contractor staff providing related supportive services

  • Liaise with on-site treatment providers, and VA SSVF, GPD and HUD/VASH Liaisons

  • Ensure adherence to clinically-based programmatic protocols and assure quality

  • Is professional, tactful, flexible, and mindful of the local environment on the ground when interfacing with clients and partners alike

  • Utilize clinical judgment, and collaborate with the VA COR/Liaison and multidisciplinary team

  • Monitor Case Manager caseloads

  • Ensure that confidential and complete client records are securely maintained

  • Monitor the program, tracking systems, metrics and outcomes for all assigned clients in HUD/VASH

  • Implement relevant clinically-based Case Management processes

  • Act as the point of contact in implementing procedures needed to obtain CARF and/or any other accreditation

  • Supervise the treatment curriculum governing client groups or classes

  • Perform periodic case file reviews and provide guidance and corrective action to Case Management staff

  • Collaborate with organizations sections and personnel to bring and monitor necessary services onsite for clients

  • Facilitate weekly clinical and Case Management meetings, and attend assigned agency clinical meetings and stakeholder meetings as needed

  • Conduct quarterly individual supervision with front line staff

  • Coordinate and create a yearly training schedule for all site staff. This includes a monthly training for all staff and individualized training for each position. This schedule should be submitted by June 15 of every year to be adhered to for the next fiscal year

  • Provide a monthly educational training to all staff on different clinical expertise (this can be included in the yearly training schedule). Function as a Continuing Education Coordinator for the site

  • Analyze reporting, and note programmatic trends that inform strategic planning

  • Coordinate all discharges before they occur, and sign off for completion

  • Perform other duties as required. Must have a valid driver’s license, meet company insurance requirements, complete a provided driver training course and drive company vehicles for work-related activities to include client transportation



  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy and/or Psychology. LCSW or LMFT licensure required

  • Availability to be on call 24-hours for crisis management

  • At least two years of experience supervising clinical/case management staff

  • Pass a Security/background investigation via National Agency Check with Written Inquiries (NACI) and a Special Agreement Check (SAC) which includes electronic fingerprinting

  • Must qualify to complete the credentialing process through the VA’s VetPro system

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

  • Proficiency in computer and information systems

  • Professional manner and appearance

  • Experience working with homeless or similar population

  • Ability to take general direction, work independently and within a team

  • Ability to work effectively with diverse group of clients, staff, and community members

  • Knowledge/experience working with veterans preferred

Our client provides housing, counseling, career services and comprehensive support to 5,500 homeless and at-risk veterans and families each night. Founded in LA more than 25 years ago, our client now has 30 residential sites and service centers across the country, with more in development. With the goal of ending veteran homelessness, they have launched prevention programs, focused on jobs and mental health, and advocate on the State and Federal level for resources to help service members transition successfully to civilian life. We will continue in our mission until no man or woman who served our country is left sleeping on its streets.

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