The Bureau of Mental Health is responsible for mental health service delivery and planning for New York City residents with mental health needs. Through contracting directly with NYC service providers, the Bureau is responsible for procuring and overseeing over 700 treatment, rehabilitation, housing, case management, advocacy, and Assisted Outpatient Treatment programs with a total value of over $200 million. Bureau staff is responsible for managing the development, implementation, and oversight of ongoing and new contracted mental health programs. The NYC Supported Transition and Recovery Team (NYC START) is a specialized program providing services to shorten the duration of untreated psychosis and improve linkage to care and community supports for New Yorkers experiencing a first episode of psychosis. The program collaborates with hospital treatment teams and discharge planners for optimal after care plans, assist with linkage to out-patient services and community supports, provides care coordination services in the community for three months following a hospital discharge, and works with community treatment providers, families and other supports to promote successful community engagement. Reporting to the Deputy Director of NYC START, the Clinical Supervisor will: - Provide clinical and administrative supervision to clinical care coordinators (masters level social workers) providing care coordination services in the community to individuals experiencing a first episode of psychosis. - Review cases to maintain quality clinical decision making and documentation. - Participate in Quality Assurance reviews and special projects. - Respond to hospital reports and review clinical material to determine if individuals referred to NYC START meet program criteria. - Participate in case conferences to assess quality and appropriateness of services and promote linkage to care and resources in the community. - Provide support to clinical care coordinators, families, and / or direct clinical services to consumers to manage and stabilize crisis situations. - Work collaboratively with other NYC START team members and perform other duties as assigned.