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Supervisor Community Support Services PLMHP(required)
Full Time/Part TimeFull-time
CompanyCommunity Alliance Rehabilitation Services


At Community Alliance, we believe in the potential of recovery for all individuals with a mental illness and we dedicate our resources to support the journey of each individual we serve.

Community Alliance, offering an integrated health care approach and built on an array of mental health and primary care services, is seeking a Supervisor for Community Support. Ideal candidates will have passion for working with vulnerable populations and comfortable in collaborating with other professionals to empower clients to achieve self-defined goals.

The Supervisor of Community Support is responsible for supervising a team who administer and deliver community-based mental health services, case management, care coordination, and identifying community resources for adults with serious mental illness. Will be responsible for supervising the day to day operations and service delivery of Community Support.  An individual employed in this position exercises professional judgment and leadership responsibility and clinical support for directing program personnel and daily service delivery which promotes skill development and personal recovery for persons with mental illness, including persons with co-occurring substance use disorders. 

This is a full time position and will work at 7117 Jones Circle. Omaha, NE 68106.
Hours are full-time from 8:30am to 5:00pm (M-F)

Duties Include:
Articulate and actively promote, on a daily basis, the rehabilitative and recovery-focused purpose of all program activities and interactions.

Supervise timely completion of quality authorizations for services following Medicaid and Region expectations. 

Supervise and consistently serve as a role model in the establishment and daily practice of quality and best practice standards of service within program.

Demonstrate support and leadership in initiating programmatic processes and change to improve effectiveness and further the accomplishment of established goals and objectives.

Identify and implement the action steps necessary for reaching specific quantitative and qualitative program goals and objectives; focus on desired end results of work effort on individual, team, and organizational basis.

Assign workloads and staff responsibilities equitably and in accordance with identified program and organizational goals and objectives.  Monitor engagement of persons served and adjust staff caseloads as appropriate.

Provide clinical review, feedback to staff and sign-off on treatment plans. 

Maintain a caseload of at least five (5) clients enrolled in the Community Support program. 

Minimum Qualifications:

Masters degree in social work, rehabilitation, counseling or other accredited academic discipline qualifying for licensure in the State of Nebraska and licensure in good standing as mental health professional (LMHP); provisional licensure (PLMHP) acceptable if actively working and making sustained progress toward achieving full licensure), or

Demonstrated prior successful supervisory and/or other successful leadership experience of at least one year duration.

Advanced knowledge and skills in behavioral health and/or rehabilitation philosophy, service, and behavior intervention/management practices, including training or experience in group facilitation or other area related to adult education.

Demonstrated advanced knowledge of characteristics and needs of persons with serious mental illness, including persons with co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorders.

Demonstrated ability to self-initiate and complete tasks in areas of responsibility, organize self and others, and motivate individuals to achieve a common goal.

Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and successfully lead a diverse team.

Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing on a consistent basis.

Demonstrated ability to maintain effective working relationships with individuals of diverse backgrounds including persons with serious mental illness and co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorders, family members, behavioral health professionals, government representatives, and the public at large.

Ability and willingness to work flexible schedule based on program needs, including evenings, weekends, and holidays, and to respond on on-call basis to crisis situations.

Possession of valid driver’s license and good driving record, or ability to arrange for reliable transportation.