Behavioral Health Supervisor

Behavioral Health Supervisor Job Description Template

Our company is looking for a Behavioral Health Supervisor to join our team.


  • Opens and processes mail / e-mail daily in a timely manner;
  • Attends trainings as scheduled;
  • Represents Covenant Kids in the community by attending meetings and gatherings as required;
  • Participates in meetings and chart audits as scheduled;
  • Performs other duties and tasks as requested;
  • Answers phone, collects messages, and responds to requests timely and accurately;
  • Inputs data into computer accurately and timely;
  • Provide and exhibit Engagement skills as identified by the Wraparound Care Coordinator Tool Kit;
  • Reviews and supervises maintenance of complete and current records on each client served to ensure compliance with agency policies and procedures;
  • Assists in training as required;
  • Attends all clinical meetings and department meetings as scheduled;
  • Provides clinical oversight and crisis management to clinicians, implementing clinical strategies as needed;
  • Maintains confidentiality as required by government law and regulations;
  • Maintains compliance with all Covenant Kids policies, procedures, and regulatory requirements including all state and federal laws.


  • Able to understand and relate to multiple ideas and the concepts/theories behind the ideas;
  • Ability to assess and clinically intervene with families across a broad spectrum of areas;
  • Able to concentrate on moderate to fine detail with some interruption and attend to tasks and functions for more than 60 minutes at a time;
  • Skill in writing to articulate concepts and ideas in notes and reports;
  • Able to motivate people and to develop and exercise good supervisory skills;
  • Able to maintain a high level of confidentiality;
  • Able to handle multiple tasks; a self-starter who is energetic and detail-oriented with excellent organizational skills;
  • Bilingual English/Spanish speaking skills preferred;
  • Knowledge of the agencies in the Pico-Union and downtown Los Angeles areas that serve low-income families;
  • Able to work effectively under stress and remain flexible in changing situations;
  • Able to deal with a variety of adults and children with a range of personalities and problems;
  • Experience in making home visits to low-income families;
  • Must possess a current valid license in good standing as an LPC, LCSW, or LMFT;
  • Able to be on-call as necessary and respond immediately to on call pager or phone;
  • Able to remember multiple verbal and written tasks/assignments over several days and occasionally up to several months.