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Psychologist Clinical Supervisor Job in Tacoma, WA (Counseling/Therapy #)


This is a Full-time position in Tacoma, WA posted April 30, 2021.

Couple and Family opening in Tacoma, Washington.

DirectShifts is seeking a Psychologist Clinical Supervisor to work in Tacoma, WA
Position Type Full-Time
Education Level Master’s
Travel Percentage Travel within the community
Job Shift Day/Evening
Job Category Health Care

WA State Licensed Psychologist 2 years administrative and clinical supervisory experience preferred.

Qualified as a Mental Health Professional.

Licensure preferred and Child Mental Health Specialist preferred.

Experience with program development, therapeutic modalities and training, proficient in computer skills and navigating electronic health record and meeting regulatory expectations.

Experience with Joint Commission accreditation, state licensing and contracting, preferred.

Clinical experience in individual, group, family therapy, child development, clinical records and applicable legal aspects of child/adolescent treatment.

Experience in psychiatric residential treatment preferred.

Working knowledge of agency and program policies and procedures, contracts, and licensing requirements.

Strong management and leadership, interpersonal and written and verbal communications skills.

Demonstrated ability to multi-task, prioritize deadlines, work independently, take initiative, and maintain confidentiality.

Availability to work varied hours including evenings and weekends.

“Candidates can ONLY apply by registering (Click Here to Apply) We do not receive applications submitted to any other site.
DirectShifts is an equal opportunity employer.

Women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply.

Credentialing on DirectShifts keeps you in our system for current and ongoing consideration.”