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EDAS Requires a Clinical Supervisor Based in Poole

The EDAS Clinical Supervisor serves as the supervisor of all clinical aspects of our substance misuse treatment programme by Reflective Practise, supervising and monitoring the work of clinical staff in the provision of substance abuse treatment services and aftercare planning for assigned clients. The clinical supervisor supports clinicians who provide individual therapy, treatment planning, case management, client advocacy, counselling and crisis intervention and family therapy services. The post of EDAS Clinical Supervisor calls for a focus on ensuring that EDAS service users are receiving the highest quality service possible. He/she will oversee the work of less experienced clinical staff members, mentor them and help them hone their skills.

Hours: 12 hours per week

Salary Scale: P7 – P16 (£24084.00 - £26838.00) per annum pro rata

Closing date for applications: 31st May 2019

The postholder must:

  • Have graduated from a recognised college or university with a supervision component. 
  • Hold a current cohort of supervisees or experience of.
  • Possess clinical elements of substance abuse treatment.
  • Possess knowledge of trauma, attachment, and relational models.
  • Possess knowledge of methods for appropriate clinical documentation in a treatment setting.
  • Possess knowledge of techniques for effective assessments and case management, care planning and risk reviewing.
  • Have a Degree in Addiction Counselling or other behaviour-related intervention.
  • Have on-the-job training and supervisory experience.
  • Be able to work on a need’s basis normal weekday hours Monday through Friday from 8.30am to 5.00pm plus some evenings when necessary.
  • Have three to five years of experience in the delivery of substance abuse treatment counselling with an emphasis on developing and maintaining safeguarding and risk management

Applicants must be at least 2 years in recovery, if applicable.

All posts will be subject to a satisfactory DBS enhanced disclosure.

Full Job Description and Duties (word document)

Download Application Form (word document)

If you are interested in this career opportunity, please contact Dr Mindy Bartlett for any further information about the post on 01202 612890 or email your CV along with a completed copy of the application form linked above to mindy.bartlett@edasuk.org.

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