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Gaudenzia is looking to immediately hire Clinical Supervisors at multiple locations (within Pennsylvania & Maryland) including Philadelphia, Norristown, West Chester, Wilmington, Coatesville, Bristol, Lancaster, Erie-PA, and our Maryland areas! We offer competitive salaries and a very generous benefit program whereas benefits become effective the first of the month following thirty days of employment. Benefit offerings include medical, vision, dental, disability, life, accidental death and/or dismemberment, AFLAC, Legal Shield, Flexible Spending, Tuition Reimbursement, and 403B Retirement plan with employer matching! Employee cost sharing is competitive and we offer on the job training with many opportunities for career development and advancement.

Our Clinical Supervisors are responsible for planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating the program’s clinical treatment services and providing clinical supervision to the program’s clinical and counseling staff. The Clinical Supervisor works closely with the Program Director to train, supervise, and direct credentialed staff delivering clinical services.


Additional duties may include, but are not limited to, planning evidence-based therapeutic activities; providing counseling services to clients and members of their families; guiding lower-level staff in planning therapeutic activities, sessions, and work projects; and supervising the planning, review and updating of client’s program or treatment plans.


Work is performed with considerable independence in accordance with established regulations, policies, and procedures.  Work is reviewed by the Program Director to whom he/she directly reports.

Multiple (Pennsylvania & Maryland) Locations

Treat all clients and staff with dignity and respect.

Develop, implement, and monitor training and plans for clinical staff based on the needs of clients and the facility; training must be reflective of best practices and congruent with state regulations and licensing entities.

Implements treatment schedule to promote appropriate clinical interventions.

Provide close supervision of counselors and therapists and of required documentation including electronic client records, treatment entries, etc., in accordance with established policies, which comply with licensing, funding and regulatory agencies.

Intervene in difficult cases and approve all referrals to specialized care.

Supervise aftercare component of treatment.

Attend, participate, and when necessary, facilitate meetings and special events such as retreats, trips, workshops, etc.

Maintain a small client caseload, when necessary.

Support and demonstrate adherence to Gaudenzia’s Code of Ethics, Code of Conduct and all personnel policies and procedures.

Maintain appropriate professional certificates and credentials.

Be responsible for the facility when the Director is unavailable.


Pennsylvania Education/ Licensure Requirements:

Must have, at minimum, a Master’s degree in social work, counseling, chemical dependency, nursing, medicine, psychology, or related fields or full certification as addictions counselor (CADC, CAADC, CAAC, CCJP, CCS) through a statewide certification body.

Delaware Education/ Licensure Requirements:

Must have, at minimum, a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in social work, counseling, chemical dependency, nursing, or a related field of study and full certification as CADC or CCDP in the state of Delaware or by a nationally recognized organization in addictions counseling.

Five years of documented clinical experience in the field of SUD treatment can be substituted for certification.

Maryland Education/ Licensure Requirements:

Must have, at minimum, a Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in social work, counseling, psychology, or equivalent field plus specialized training in supervision.

The following licensure is required: LCPC, LCADC, or CAC-AD with supervisor’s letter from the Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists or LCSW-C from the Board of Social Work.

The below applies to all states:

Must also complete department-approved core curriculum training which includes clinical supervision skills.

Knowledge of the principles, philosophies, practices, and procedures of Gaudenzia’s treatment programs.

Knowledge of ASAM criteria and corresponding levels of care.

Knowledge of the biopsychosocial characteristics and maladaptive behaviors of substance use disorder and/or mental illness.

Considerable knowledge of individual and group behavior and the effective ways of working with people to produce ongoing recovery.

Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.

Ability to identify the needs of clients and to gain their confidence and cooperation in assisting them to obtain their identified goals.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, other members of staff, outside agencies, institutions and the general public.

Ability to successfully work with others from various cultures and backgrounds.

Ability to exercise judgment and discretion in developing, implementing, interpreting, and evaluating program policies, procedures, and regulations.

Ability to exercise administrative and professional supervision over employees.

Knowledge and experience running clinical groups, seminars, meetings and/or specialized therapeutic groups.

Skilled at using computers, including familiarity and faculty with Microsoft Office programs like Word and Excel.

Contact Info

All open positions are listed on our careers page at https://www.gaudenzia.org/careers/

To speak with someone directly, please contact Senior Talent Manager, Patrisha Williams at (215) 518-9355.