Employment Opportunity: IDDT Program Supervisor

Pittsburgh Mercy Health System
Pittsburgh, PA

The Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment Team is looking for an experienced leader who has demonstrated expertise and experience in the field of Dual Disorders Treatment. This supervisor would work closely with the Senior Manager and Division Director to maximize clinical productivity, compliance, quality, financial performance and customer service. The identified candidate would assume administrative responsibility for their team including staffing, business planning, and ongoing financial and operational analysis. To include finance, human resources as well as person served and colleague satisfaction. These functions are performed in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations and Pittsburgh Mercy’s philosophy, policies, procedures and standards.


• Utilize and implement evidence based practice mode: Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment and Housing First recovery models. Provide supervision utilizing the Evidence Based Practice Models of service delivery and ensure that staff are following EBPs too
• Conduct supervision weekly or bi-weekly at a minimum unless otherwise indicated in fidelity standards for IDDT
• Responsible for assessment, screening and assignment of incoming referrals in conjunction with Clinical Director
• Maintain composure in stressful situations
• Responsible for providing dual disorders counseling to persons served utilizing stage – wise interventions
• Demonstrate flexibility
• Promote consumer involvement in community life
• Serve as a member of Interdisciplinary Team
• Maintain confidentiality according to Organization Policy and Procedure
• Attend and facilitate staff meetings
• Promote teamwork and communication across team members
• Represent Mercy Behavioral Health professionally with all partners
• Serve actively on committees, work groups and task forces, as required and requested

• Provide 25% direct service billable and non-billable
• Foster and maintain positive relationships with internal and external partners
• Provide supervision, support and technical assistance to other clinicians

• Offer creative contributions and solutions toward improvement of the service
• Orient and train new employees
• Complete and submit Time Sheets and Expense Reports by assigned deadlines
• Sign and Approve Staff Time Sheets, Expense Reports and Petty Cash
• Maintain necessary exchange of information with all appropriate partners
• Respond within the next business day to all inquiries
• Demonstrate effective oral and written communication
• Complete Reportable Incidents according to State Regulations, County Guidelines and Organization Policy and Procedure
• Be a steward to the costs of the department
• Comply with safety rules and regulation
• Comply with organizational vehicle policies and procedures
• Complete required trainings and monitor direct reports training requirements
• Adhere to the policies and procedures of scheduled work time including call off procedure and leave requests
• Support all the services provided by the Community Support Services Department
• Represent Mercy Behavioral Health professionally with all partners
• Performs all other tasks as required and/or assigned.


Minimum Education and Experience Required:
Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related licensure-eligible field and 1 year of direct care experience required. Supervisory experience preferred.

Licensure/Certification Required:
Pennsylvania Driver’s License
Must have or be able to obtain co-occurring disorders certification through the PA certification board within 1 year of hire
Must have a licensed eligible master’s degree in the field of social work, psychology, or counseling
Work Schedule:
Primarily Monday through Friday, 8am-4pm with flexibility to meet program needs.
Rotating on-call coverage

Contact Info: 

Resume can be forwarded to: Cgregor@Pittsburghmercy.org

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