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Wraparound Coach Clinical Supervisor
Job Code:2021-336
Department:Community Programs
FT/PT Status:Regular Full Time
Summary of Responsibilities:

“AK Child & Family practices the Sanctuary Model which is a non-hierarchical, highly participatory, trauma-informed and evidence-supported whole culture approach, which helps the organization function in a safe, democratic and socially responsible manner and thereby provide effective treatment for clients and the community. We expect all of our employees, families and students to learn, understand and implement this model as part of their daily responsibilities and commitment to the culture of this agency.”

  • The Wraparound Coach Clinical Supervisor (WCCS) is responsible for oversight of the C.A.R.E.S. Wraparound program.
  • Serves as Wraparound subject matter expert to lead, coach and develop staff to excellence in this model.
  • Collaborates with NCFIE’s C.A.R.E.S. Replication Team as needed.
  • Co-facilitate Family Team Conference and assist with complex cases when indicated.
  • This position will promote and provide leadership of strong relationships and consensus building with family members, family partners, providers and the community.
  • Responsible for hiring and supervising Wraparound Case Managers and Family/Parent & Youth Partners.
  • Responsible for skill development and training of Wraparound Case Managers, and Family/Parent & Youth Partners to ensure staff are implementing each phase of wraparound with high fidelity.
  • Responsible for ensuring timely and accurate documentation occurs by Wraparound Case Managers and Family/Parent & Youth Partners.
  • Conducts documentation review, to ensure that progress notes to bill Medicaid are accurate and complete.  Ensures resources are used efficiently and that maximization of alternative funding streams is identified and utilized as needed.
  • The WCCS will complete assessments for youth referred for program, as needed.
  • Carry a small clinical caseload of clients, implementing appropriate treatment strategies for clients and their families.
  • Provide services including family, individual, and group therapy for youth as needed.
  • The WCCS is the directing clinician for treatment for youth on caseload, which includes assisting in the development of treatment plan and implementation of appropriate treatment strategies for youth and their families.
  • Responsible for adhering to and training of standards and regulations as set forth by the Agency, OCS Licensing, The Joint Commission and Medicaid. 
  • The responsibilities of the WCCS are carried out according to AK Child & Family policies, the AK Child & Family Mission, Core Values and AK Child & Family Philosophy of care. 
  • May assume additional duties as assigned.*

*All positions at AK Child & Family may have responsibilities altered during the course of employment due to agency imperatives.


Benefits are available to both Part-Time and Full-Time employees!

Health Benefits:

  • Medical, Pharmacy, Dental, & Vision – with HRA!
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Dependent Care Account
  • Group Life and AD&D
  • Long-Term Disability
  • Employee Assistance Program

Other Benefits:

  • 403(b) Retirement Plan
  • Paid Time Off (PTO) - 13 hours/month in 1st year and then increases
  • 2 Floating Holidays/year
  • 6 Observed Holidays: double-time pay for working on the Holiday
  • Bonuses: Longevity & Referral
  • Educational Support Program


  • DOE
  • Bonus in the amount of 1.5% of annual salary after successful completion of 6-month Intro Period and another at the 1-year anniversary.
  • Annual raises are based on the annual budget and not guaranteed each year.

Supervision and Coordination of Services:
  • The WCCS reports to the Director of Community Programs.
  • Collaborates and coordinates services with all staff during supervision, department staff meetings and established committees.
  • Supervises the Wraparound Case Managers and Family/Parent & Youth Partners


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • The WCCS must have experience working with emotionally disturbed children, adolescents and their families.
  • Must have demonstrated ability to complete comprehensive assessments, treatment planning, and group therapy; ability to provide written and oral communication in English, possess positive interpersonal skills and effective leadership skills; flexible schedule; excellent time management; computer skills (Word).
  • Demonstrated understanding and sensitivity to serving a culturally diverse and/or special needs population.
  • Requires a valid driver’s license, insurance, and the ability to travel within the community.
  • Supervisory experience is preferred.
  • She/he must work a flexible schedule, including after hours and on-call responsibilities to respond to client crisis.

Education and experience:

  • The WCCS must have a Master’s degree in psychology, social work, counseling, or child guidance with specialization or experience in mental health; or
  • Possess licensure of a marital and family therapist (state regulation AS 08.63), a professional counselor, or licensed clinical social worker; or
  • If unlicensed, the WCCS will sit for licensing as soon as their supervisory requirements are met, and within an agreed timeframe to be determined at time of hire.
  • Have, at minimum, one year of experience in provision of assessment and individual and/or group therapy with preference given to experience in the field of child and adolescent mental health.
  • Experience working in Wraparound Care Coordination is preferred.

Physical Demands:
  • The WCCS must be able to drive and transport children in personal and/or AK Child & Family vehicles and must be able to access AK Child & Family and community buildings to attend meetings and agency activities.
  • Must be able to respond timely to on-call duties on a rotating basis with the DCP, and other community programs clinical therapists.
  • Must be able to complete AK Child & Family paperwork and assessments within a timely manner, use the copy and fax machine, complete reports on the computer and produce legible student records.