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Children's Mental Health Supervisor
Job Code:2018-18289-002
FT/PT Status:Regular Full Time
Education:Master's Degree

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources has an opening for a Children's Mental Health Supervisor to supervise operations for a children's grant. This program will work with adolescents in an intensive outpatient setting who are in need of substance use and/or co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders treatment and recovery support services.

For 40 years, Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources has served individuals throughout the Pine Belt.  Through an extensive continuum of care, we strive to enable adults with serious mental illnesses, children with serious emotional disturbances, and individuals with an addiction or developmental disability to live, work, learn, and participate fully in their communities.  Our nine county service area includes Forrest, Jones, Lamar, Covington, Greene, Jeff Davis, Marion, Perry, and Wayne Counties.  


  • Master's degree in behavioral health field required
  • Professional clinical license required

    Work Experience/Skills:

  • Behavioral health internship required
  • Two (2) years of work experience with A&D services required
  • Supervisory experience preferred
  • Efficient use of time management and energy by keeping thoughts free of obstruction in an effort to diffuse issues and needs of consumers
  • Ability to think independently to determine direction of work flow
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and complete assigned tasks on schedule
  • Ability to solve problems and resolve conflict in an efficient manner

  • Responsibilities:
  • Directs and coordinates activities for facility, including supervising and training staff.
  • Coordinates and provides limited outpatient services.
  • Conducts staff meetings and oversees attainment of goals for the program; general consultation, education, and advocacy to other community agencies.
  • Coordinates with clinical treatment team and other staff and department heads as needed to determine best practices for efficient program operations.
  • Will engage youth and families in a substance use disorder (SUD) treatment approach, while focusing on the goal of abstinence of substance use by the youth, and resulting in an increase in pro-social, successful community, home and school performance.