The primary function of the treatment supervisor is to manage and direct the administrative, human resources and clinical activities of a specific treatment unit. The treatment supervisor ensures that all Abraxas policies and procedures are followed. He/she serves as the primary role model for employees by leading, directing, guiding and supporting them in such a way that promotes their growth and development. The treatment supervisor is responsible for providing supervision to staff on a regular basis.
Maintains employee schedules that provide adequate coverage to ensure safety for both clients and employees
Develops and implements systems to organize and monitor work activities
Interviews and selects most qualified candidate among internal applicants for posted positions.
Structures, implements, and facilitates new employee on-the-job orientation
Writes professional development plans in conjunction with employees to aid in their training and development
Conducts effective supervisory conferences and performance evaluations with employees, documents the content of such meetings and evaluations, and provides feedback to them
Determines and implements progressive discipline when needed according to the applicable policy
Responds to step 1 grievances
Schedules employee training to ensure that all mandatory training requirements are met
Provides ongoing effective supervision to unit employees and monitors case management activities
Schedules team meetings, plans and implements agendas, and implements activities in an effort to promote teamwork and communication within the unit
Supports the Abraxas philosophy and mission and promotes the Seven Key Principles of care.
Demonstrates appropriate use of Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) and provides effective supervision to staff regarding the use of CPI.
The following educational requirements are acceptable for this classification including:
Associate’s degree or 60 college credits and three years experience working with children; OR
Bachelor’s degree and one year of experience working with children.
At least twenty-one (21) years of age.
Criminal clearances (Act 33 and 34, specific State & child clearances and, if necessary, FBI).
Non-communicable diseases physical exam.
Valid driver's license from employee’s state of residence.