As a small organization, our Clinical Supervisor is a part time permanent position of approx. 8-10 hours/week (supporting a team of between 6-8 clinicians at any one time). We operate a group supervision model (on a weekly basis) but do require individual supervision for our provisional psychologists and practicum students. As a result, this position requires a Registered Psychologist, with a minimum 5 years registration (not including provisional status) who has developed/trained in a clinical supervision competency. There are no benefits associated with this role which has a salary range of $60-65/hour.
We strive to build a team that reflects the diversity of the community we work in and encourage applications from traditionally underrepresented groups such as members of Black, racialized or visible minority communities, Indigenous Peoples, people identifying as 2SLGBTQ+, and people with disabilities. If we can make this easier through accommodation in the recruitment process, please have them contact me at .
Position Duties / Responsibilities:
Facilitates & evaluates clinical services programs in consultation with the Executive Director;
Provides oversight to SAIF’s clinical services & staff to ensure that they are in compliance with the ethical codes & clinical standards of practice for the Alberta professional body with which staff are registered (in the case of no registration, CAP standards are considered the default);
Helps supports clinical decisions regarding service delivery as needed;
Makes recommendations for professional development activities for clinical staff; supports case reviews; may review psycho educational curriculum; is available for clinical consultation as appropriate;
Monitors & assesses best practices in the sector & emerging trends in consultation with the Executive Director;
Oversees & arranges appropriate supervision for any student placements and provisional students in the clinical program in consultation with the Executive Director;
Attends and participates in case conferences, clinical supervision & staff meetings as required;
Maintains documentation on all client files according to ethical codes and clinical standards of practice for the Alberta professional regulatory body in which registered;
Other duties as required as part of being a member of the SAIF team.
Experience in individual, group, and/or family therapy particularly as it relates to family violence, gender-based violence, and abuse;
Be registered with the College of Alberta Psychologists with a minimum 5 years registration as a psychologist (not including provisional status).
Possess strong communication skills (both written & oral); feel confident in group and one on one settings;
Computer literacy, specifically Outlook, Excel, Word, and digital clinical record programs;
Be self-motivated, have a strong attention to detail & be able to prioritize your own workload;
Demonstrate leadership as needed & work collaboratively on a multi-disciplinary team.
Current criminal & vulnerable persons’ sector check, valid driver’s license and proof of registration with College of Alberta Psychologists for a minimum of 5 years outside of any provisional status.
If you are interested in applying and feel you meet the qualifications, we'd love to hear from you. Only those sending a cover letter with their resume will be considered. We thank all those who take the time to apply but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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