Spurwink Services
  • Clinical
  • Portland, ME, USA
  • Full Time

Spurwink is seeking a compassionate, self-motivated clinical supervisor to join our Resource Parent Care Team. RPCT is a partnership between Spurwink and Maine's Office of Child and Family Services and is designed to support foster, kinship and adoptive (resource) parents so they can provide the best possible care to Maine's most vulnerable children. This position would include clinical and administrative oversight of a small team as well as direct clinical work with resource families. The schedule is primarily during business hours with an occasional after-hours request that would be scheduled well in advance.

Robust Benefits Package:

  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Retirement Account with Matching Contribution (after one year of service)
  • Identity Theft Insurance
  • Pet Insurance


  • Flexibility of Schedules
  • Career Advancement Opportunities
  • Tuition Reimbursement (up to $2000 annually)
  • Generous Paid Time Off
  • Verizon & Sprint Cell Phone Discounts
  • Opportunity for Same Day Pay

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  • Provide clinical supervision to team members and oversight of client care
  • Monitor day-to-day programmatic functions
  • Educate stakeholders and community members about RPCT services
  • Understand and manage the unique dynamics created by the public/private partnership and become knowledgeable about the procedural guidelines and expectations of working with child protective services.
  • Provide support and psychoeducation to assigned families.


Education and Experience Required: Masters of Social Work and Maine state licensure at the LCSW level. At least two years clinical experience working with youth and families who have experienced trauma and one year experience with evidence-based trauma-informed treatment preferred. At least one year direct child welfare experience, or working with children and families with active child protective involvement required.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Necessary: Trauma-informed clinical skills and the ability to teach and coach others to the model. Excellent relationship building and customer service skills with professional communication (verbal and written). Requires significant organization and accountability of self and others. Knowledge of the Department of Health and Human Services and Child Welfare System including foster care, child protection, reunification and adoption policies and practices.

Spurwink considers the health and safety of its clients, staff, contractors, and the community to be its highest priority. In this rapidly evolving coronavirus pandemic, Spurwink is working closely with the CDC, DHHS, DOE, CDS, and other partners to operate in the manner that is safest for all while also providing essential behavioral health services.

Spurwink is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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