Clinical Supervisor


Clinical Supervisor

Hand of Mercy is looking for a licensed clinician to provide supervision and outpatient therapy. This role will be performed at our main office location in Portland. We are seeking a candidate who is looking to grow with our agency and who has experience in interviewing, training, and establishing/growing community partnerships.

Job Details:

Salary: $ 93,780 annually based on $45/h

Job Type: Full-time/Salaried

Number of hires for this role: 1

Employment Benefits:

  • Medical insurance

  • Vision Insurance

  • Dental Insurance

  • Paid all Public Holidays

  • Paid Sick Time

  • 160 Hours of Paid Time Off

  • 401K plan Benefits & Matching

  • Yearly Raise

  • Professional Development and Training

  • Bonus pay for exceeding performance goals


  • 8-hour shift, including one hour of paid break time

  • Monday to Friday 9AM-5 PM


  • LCSW/LCPC/LMFT with active ME State license or the ability to obtain licensure within 30 days.

  • Preference for experience and knowledge of psychosocial assessment.

  • Preference for experience working with youth and young adults and people with mental illness.

  • Preference for experience working with individuals involved in the criminal legal system, homeless and immigrants.

  • Proven ability to function effectively in a high paced and stressful environment.

  • Ability to work independently and strong advocacy and writing skills.

  • Ability to work effectively with a diverse group of participants and staff.


Job description

The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for conducting evaluations to identify eligible participants in a timely manner. We are seeking a fully licensed master’s-level clinicians with knowledge of mental health assessment and treatment planning. The Clinical Supervisor is the link between the client and the HOM programs.

  • Review referrals to determine a person’s eligibility for the HOM programs.

  • Undertake screening interviews with potential participants to explain the HOM program(s) and administer and score standardized mental health, drug use, and other screening instruments to identify needs and suitability for the HOM programs.

  • Effectively manage crises to ensure participant safety and well-being.

  • Formulate diagnoses and develop individualized program plans.

  • Write formal evaluation reports, in compliance with HOM assessment requirements and quality standards.

  • Complete all necessary intake paperwork, including entering participant information into EHR.

  • Participate in clinical supervision, case review meetings, and in-service training programs.

  • Participate in management meetings, board meetings, and all staff meetings.

  • Participate in relevant quality improvement, staff training, coaching, and planning activities.

  • Provide culturally competent services ensuring the consideration of the role of ethnic/racial, cultural, social, economic, and behavioral factors in the accessibility, availability, and delivery of evaluation services.

  • Provide outpatient therapy services to assigned clients.

  • Perform other related duties as assigned by the agency.

  • Provide weekly supervision to a small group of clinicians/case managers.

Additional Information:

HOM is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment with HOM is based solely on qualifications and competence for a particular position, without regard to race, color, ethnic or national origin, age, religion, creed, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or marital, military.