Clinical Supervisor
Job Details
Imani House - Portland, OR
Full Time
$30.50 - $30.50 Hourly
Nonprofit - Social Services

SCHEDULE:  Full time, 30-40 hours per week schedule to be determined including hours for staff meetings and supervision. However, this schedule may be adjusted according to the needs of the program

WAGE/BENEFITS:  $30.50 per hour. Janus offers an excellent benefits program including medical, dental, life & long-term disability insurance; EAP; 401(k) and paid time off (varied eligibility waiting periods apply). Voluntary optional coverages are also available. 

TO APPLY:  Please apply online through Paycom.

Applications for all positions may be forwarded to appropriate similar positions within Janus Youth Programs. Positions may vary by location, pay structure, union, and supervisory staff.


Due to the volume of applications received, we regret that we can contact only those applicants who are invited to interview.  If it happens that you are not contacted to arrange an interview, please know that we are grateful for your interest in employment opportunities at Janus Youth Programs.


Janus Youth Programs, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Find out more about Janus at our website,!



This position is responsible for providing clinical supervision and oversight for all therapeutic services and documentation at Imani.  Duties include supervision of case manager and therapist positions, coordination of all treatment planning and services, and creation and implementation of client service documentation and record keeping for each youth and family served, and supervision and recruitment of graduate interns providing service at Imani.

QUALIFICATIONS:  Any combination of education, experience and training that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position is qualifying.

  • Licensed by State of Oregon to provide counseling or social work.
  • At least 3 years direct experience in a mental health setting, at least 1 year of which directly relates to providing services to sexually aggressive youth and their families.
  • Experience working with adolescents in a residential setting preferred.
  • Experience utilizing (or knowledge of) Positive Peer Culture preferred.
  • Supervisory experience preferred.
  • Oregon Sex Offender Therapist Certification preferred.



  • Ability to work effectively within: culturally diverse populations; team dependent models; crisis management; strength-based theoretical orientation; adolescent development; and family reunification. 
  • Knowledge of stages of change and trauma informed care.
  • Understanding of and ability to use DSM IV Diagnostic categories
  • Knowledge or experience with the therapeutic issues surrounding sexual abuse and how it affects family systems.
  • Strong active listening and critical thinking skills.
  • Knowledge of legal hiring practices, including screening applications, scheduling interviews, and checking references.
  • Knowledge of OYA contract requirements and DHS Licensing requirements and ability to assess program compliance with Oregon Administrative Rules associated with these contracts and licensure.
  • Basic knowledge of Family Medical Leave, including when to notify Human Resources regarding employee’s potential need for protected leave.
  • Ability to prioritize work responsibilities and meet reporting deadlines.
  • Strong coaching and training skills and ability to meet regularly with direct reports for ongoing training and supervision.
  • Ability to utilize complex problem solving, skill building, and goal setting within a multi-disciplinary team approach. 
  • A commitment to on-going training and a willingness to receive and act upon feedback.
  • Ability to accurately read, record, and interpret information and complete written documentation that meets contract and program guidelines.
  • Ability to provide visual and auditory supervision of program and youth.
  • Ability to stay calm and emotionally available in an environment serving young people who require a high level of supervision and redirection from staff.
  • Ability to work effectively in a team-dependent environment and to act on the agenda of the program.
  • Ability to maintain appropriate professional boundaries working with youth and in handling confidential information.
  • Ability to climb and descend at least two flights of stairs.
  • Ability to effectively monitor safety and demonstrate group management skills and effectively de-escalate potentially chaotic or volatile situations.
  • Ability to consistently attend and be punctual for scheduled meetings and work assignments and be in a condition suitable for carrying out responsibilities of position.
  • Manual dexterity allowing performance of routine office tasks such as writing, phone use, filing, copying, and use of computer keyboard.
  • Manual/physical capability to bend, stoop, kneel, and reach, as well as occasionally lifting up to 20lbs (including overhead) in order to perform functions such as accepting donations or unpacking groceries.
  • Ability to perform and/or supervise routine household tasks such as cleaning, cooking, washing and folding laundry, emptying trash, sweeping/mopping, etc.



  • Driving is preferred; Personal transportation allowing for travel within the Portland metropolitan area in a timely manner. All employees who drive for work purposes must have and maintain a valid driver’s license for state of residency, have a driving record that permits coverage under the corporate auto liability policy, and complete the agency’s driving approval process before driving for work. If driving a personal vehicle for work purposes drivers must also have personal auto liability coverage ($100,000/$300,000 levels strongly recommended). Employees are not to drive for work purposes until they have received written authorization to do so.
  • Bloodborne Pathogens training is required on first day of employment and annually thereafter.
  • Must complete Mandatory Abuse Training on first day of employment and annually thereafter.
  • Provides emergency first-aid, as needed, and must have and maintain standard First-Aid/CPR certification.
  • Must pass criminal history background check.
  • Food Handler’s Certification.
  • Must obtain National Provider Identification Number through the National Plan and Provider Enumeration System.
  • Full Covid-19 vaccination required.



  • May involve exposure to communicable diseases, including a variety of illnesses and infections such as the common cold, TB, Hepatitis, flu, meningitis, and HIV.
  • May involve exposure to upset, angry, severely traumatized or emotionally disturbed children, adolescents, adults, and families.
  • May involve time in excess of routine schedule and/or overtime, including evening/overnight and/or weekend hours and/or holidays.
  • May require working and providing services at locations other than program site (i.e., restaurant, café’, clients’ apartments, etc.,) and may, therefore, be exposed to environments not under agency control (i.e., second-hand smoke, varying hygiene practices, etc.).

This position description is intended to give the reader a general idea of the overall purpose and the main activities and responsibilities that are intrinsic to this position. While this description is intended to be representative, it is not intended to be limiting.