Clinical Supervisor (Substance Use Prevention & Recovery)

Application deadline:

Wednesday, March 31, 2021 - 3:59pm


New Directions Treatment Center


New Directions Treatment Center, Danville, IL, a provider of outpatient substance use prevention and recovery services – adolescents/adults, is seeking an immediate hire for a Clinical Supervisor.  Reports directly to the CEO, and is responsible for clinical supervision of professional staff ensuring the delivery of quality therapeutic care to clients/patients while adhering to federal and state licensing regulations.


Supervise all professional staff providing clinical services including interns and any other staff who provides direct client/patient care that is not defined as a clinical service. Provides input during performance review of staff.

Conduct weekly/bi-weekly clinical staff meetings discussing specific cases, problems and treatment interventions with staff members on an individual or group basis.

Audit clinical treatment activities, results and documentation for the following services: assessment for patient placement and treatment planning, treatment plans, continued stay review, progress notes and documentation of service delivery, continuing recovery planning and discharge, DUI evaluation, DUI risk education. Sign off on treatment or discharge plans.

Assist with the quality improvement/utilization review process ensuring clinical staff documentation meets standards.  Report results of quality assurance activities to CEO and follow up with staff to correct issues.

Assist with the implementation of personnel requirements and procedures according to DASA Administrative Code Part 2060.

Assist with the curriculum development process.

Manage, coordinate, and monitor progress of staff training including staff enrichment activities.

Responsible for scheduling of staff to ensure consistent program/client coverage.

Maintain SUPR compliance standards and communicate information to staff and clients.

Meets a minimum of bi-weekly with the CEO and reports problems/issues that arise in a timely manner.

Assist with Data Management and Reporting.

Other duties as assigned or necessary to support the program and/or the company.





Preferred Master's degree in psychology, sociology, social work, criminal justice, mental health counseling, substance abuse counseling or related field or equivalent work experience; Hold CADC or higher, LCPC, LPC, LCSE, LSE in the state of Illinois;  

Minimum of three years of experience with Outpatient Mental Health and/or Substance Abuse Treatment; Must have direct clinical and case management experience and group leadership experience; Strong clinical, management and interpersonal skills; ability to lead and direct work of others; State of Illinois DUI training preferred; Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Intermediate level PC skills required. Perform other duties as assigned by CEO or designated senior management staff.

Employment type: 

  • Full time

Days per week: 

Monday - Friday



Years of experience: 

  • 3 - 5 years


Competitive salary commensurate with experience.

Required degree level: 

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Master's degree

Worksite Info: 

New Directions Treatment Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer that recruits, hires, trains and promotes persons in all job titles without regard to race, color, sex, religion, age, national origin or ancestry. New Directions is licensed by the Illinois Department of Human Services/Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery (IDHS/SUPR) to provide outpatient substance use prevention and recovery services for adolescents and adults, and through an agreement with the Department of Children and Family Services- Family Advocacy Center (DCFS/FAC) provides advocacy support services for parents and children outside of the formal child welfare system assisting in reunification and stabilization efforts. Services include, but not limited to, Level 0.5, I, II outpatient treatment services, DUI Evaluation/Update Services, Denial Order Resolution, Risk Education, Case Management, Parent Education Groups, Court Advocacy, Parent Cafes, Job Readiness Training, Self-Esteem Education , GED Preparation and Anger Management. Hours of Operation: M-F 9:00am-5:00pm. Partially funded by IDHS-SUPR and IL DCFS-FAC.


Competitive salary commensurate with experience. Paid vacation and Personal Leave. Paid Holidays.