Catholic Charities of Madison
  • Madison, WI, USA
  • Full Time

Our full-time benefits package includes: Health and Dental Insurance, Health Reimbursement Account (HRA), Medical Expense Flex Spending Account, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), 403(b) Retirement Plan (with 6% company match after 1 year), Paid Vacation (3 weeks to start), Paid Sick Leave (8 days each year), and Paid Holidays (9.5 days per year).

Hope Haven is in search of Clinical Supervisor to run the clinical operations of all of our AODA programs. Under the direction of and in collaboration with the Director of AODA Programs, the Clinical Supervisor is responsible for providing direction and oversight for all clinical treatment and services to clients who require or will benefit from therapy skills and interventions. The Clinical Supervisor develops treatment material and curriculum and is responsible for clinical supervision of clinical staff, including: observation and assessment of skills, assessing training needs, and providing staff training. The Clinical Supervisor works with the Director to maintain optimal staffing levels for the program's needs and is intimately involved in sourcing and hiring that staff.





  • Assumes primary responsibility for insuring that Hope Haven is providing high-quality treatment services, collaborating with Director on issues related to clinical quality. Maintains licensure, certification and other credentials required to operate program, working closely with Director to assure that facility meets applicable health and safety standards
  • Responsible for the building, developing and maintaining a clinical team that meets or exceeds company standards, including the hiring, training, development, performance review, disciplinary actions and termination of all clinical staff
  • Responsible for the clinical supervision of clinical staff, including, direct observation of clinical skills and providing supervision notes as required by the State of Wisconsin and clinical supervision at medical staffing. (See attached summary from State Statutes)
  • Make training recommendations to Director to insure meaningful and appropriate use of training monies and staff time always assessing clinical staff skills and training needs
  • Responsible for training new staff regarding the clinical philosophy and clinical operations of the treatment program.
  • Conduct in-service trainings to address learning and professional development needs of staff. Leads and facilitates regularly scheduled clinical staff meetings as the ICS Independent Clinical Supervisor
  • Responsible for development of evidence-based programming and materials for psychoeducation, therapy groups, assignments for clients' individualized treatment needs, intake folder, marketing, and special presentations
  • Works with clinical staff to create a structured and progressively graduated treatment curriculum, including individualized therapeutic exercises that are assigned for each client, establishing various assessments and evaluations for individualized treatment and measurable criteria outcomes of therapeutic intervention implementation


  • In partnership with Director, monitor agency compliance with applicable policy, guidelines and laws. Assist in development of yearly goals
  • Assists in identifying opportunities for saving and resources for addressing unmet program needs while complying within agency operating budget. Assists Program Director in meeting and exceeding monthly and annual clinic budgets through strict expense control
  • Responsible for regular chart reviews and monitoring documentation to ensure accuracy and professionalism.
  • Responsible for utilization review generation, delivery and monitoring.
  • Recommends and/or assist in development of new programs designed to meet emerging client and community needs, while always evaluating program effectiveness and client satisfaction with services
  • Maintains professional liaison relationships with community organizations and agencies.
  • Participates in appropriate community activities as a representative of the agency.
  • Tracks data for treatment evaluation and outcome results including: service delivery, program efficacy, consumer satisfaction and client outcomes.
  • Occasionally involves light work: exerting up to 20 pounds of force and/or up to 10 pounds of force and/or negligible amount of force to move objects




  • Graduate degree in social work
  • MUST have a LPC or LCSW credentialing. 
  • Current certification as CSAC and ICS - Independent Clinical Supervisor
  • Five (5)+ years of experience in clinical supervision
  • Exceptional relationship building skills within diverse workforce is a real plus
  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Solid time management, organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work independently as well as being a strong team player
  • Familiarity with evidence-based practices with participants such as Motivational Interviewing, Motivational Incentives, the Risk-Need-Responsibility Model, and criminogenic.

Changing Lives. Serving All. Employing All. The heart of our mission is compassionate, caring services for the poor and vulnerable. 


Catholic Charities was founded in 1946 and is a private, nonprofit organization serving people in an 11 county area in south-central Wisconsin. The agency helps people of all ages deal with mental health issues, face transitions in life, reach for their potential despite special challenges, heal from abuse or addiction and secure emergency services. In 2014, 30,000 people benefited from agency programs provided by 330 employees and 1,000+ volunteers.


We serve those in need regardless of religion, race, social or economic status. We serve and employ persons regardless of sexual orientation, religious, ethnic, racial or social background. We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. We encourage women and minorities to apply.


Employees enjoy a supportive work environment and competitive pay. Full-time employees are eligible for health and dental insurance, 403(b) retirement savings plan, health cafeteria plan, sick pay and generous paid vacation time. Retirement plan offered to part-time employees working 20+ hours per week, as well as pro-rated sick and vacation time.


Catholic Charities is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and to maintaining an atmosphere of diversity and inclusion. We want our staff and programming to reflect the rich culture and diversity of our state and actively encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply.

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