Supervision responsibilities include monitoring the clinical work of supervisees and providing individual and group supervision for mental health staff and students; maintaining appropriate supervision agreements and proof of hours; signing off on required paperwork for universities; completing staff and student evaluations and written recommendations; and assisting with crisis intervention, child, and child/elder abuse reporting, and other urgent clinical matters. Conducts mental health and substance use disorder assessments and evaluations to identify behaviors and problems related to a client’s addiction and potential co-occurring disorders. S/he acts as a liaison between the agency and outside organizations, linking clients with the appropriate resources to meet their health, mental health, and human service needs. Monitor client conduct, record client activity and inform colleagues of potential problems. Handle crisis interventions and assess situations for further needs Administration and compliance: Maintain and successfully retain assigned caseload of clients. Initiate and coordinate curriculum development and facilitate curriculum training as required. Maintain files in accordance with governing standards and regulations. Maintain records and document services in a timely manner. Maintain strict confidentiality guidelines regarding all clients, conversations, and referrals.