Clinic Supervisor- Salary range: $41,416-$45,253/ annually

JOB PURPOSEThe Clinic Supervisor performs a supervisory role in the designated clinic as assigned. This position assumes responsibility for the operational and ongoing support of health care delivery at a fast paced, innovative clinic working with underserved, indigent and Medicaid/Medicare populations. Must understand that duties are subject to change as determined by director/executive management to meet the needs of the center. 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:  Bachelor's degree in Social, Behavioral, or Human Services. Two (2) years' experience working in a health care facility or clinic, preferred. Two (2) years in leadership position with experience in staff supervision required. Work requires knowledge in a professional or technical field.




  • Good spelling and grammar skills.
  • Ability to write progress notes according to standards, assessments, brief mental status exams, memos, letters, various complex reports and miscellaneous other documents with acceptable spelling and grammar.
  • Computer - skilled in the use of technology with Microsoft Office and all Google applications.


  • May be required to interact with other consumers, referral sources, outside agencies, and family members to determine needs and actions to be taken.
  • Current State of Texas Driver License or if you live in another state, must be currently licensed in that state.
  • Liability insurance required if employee will operate personal vehicle on Center property or for Center business.  Must be insurable by Center's liability carrier if employee operates a Center vehicle or drives personal car on Center business.
  • Must complete all training requirements in month in which they are due.
  • May be required to provide on-call duties. 
  • Availability of a personal vehicle for business use may be required.
  • Work will take place within office setting
  • Must submit to and pass a pre-employment drug test
  • Must successfully pass all background screens as required by the state
  • Ability to input data into computer, make calculations, complete paperwork, produce reports.

Essential Tasks & Standards

  1. Assists in teaching and directing other clinic personnel.
  2. Assesses and directs work flow in the clinic in accordance with established policies and procedures.
  3. Supervision of the staff assigned to the clinic with latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.
  4. Ensures all clerical staff provide excellent customer service, logs in client and routes them to the appropriate provider. Ensures providers daily clinic schedules are maximized, printed and forwarded to all stakeholders in a timely manner.
  5. Monitors the daily flow of client appointments to ensure no client has a wait time for appointments of more than 15 minutes before seeing their first staff member.
  6. Prints and analyzes reports on a regular basis to ensure that all clinic services are documented properly and accurately.
  7. Ensures that all data entry into M&D Cares and Anasazi by other staff is completed within assigned timelines.  Counsels staff not meeting guidelines and follows up regarding improvements.
  8. Enters a variety of data in the Anasazi and other consumer record data systems accurately and within assigned timeframes
  9. Updates information as necessary in Performance Logic for clinics.
  10. Performs other duties including, but not limited to, completing Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths Assessment/Adult Needs and Strengths Assessments, Recovery Plans, medical staff staging protocols, and Customer Service Representatives.

 Work Behaviors & Standards

  1. Attends work regularly and punctually in order to provide reliable and consistent coverage in area of responsibility.  Arrives at designated time and departs according to schedule.  Maintains a willingness to adjust schedule to meet the needs of the situation.  Makes every attempt to pre-schedule absences and provide dependable coverage and service.  Complies with Center policies regarding leave usage, absenteeism, and tardiness.
  2. Interacts with person served in an emotionally supportive and/or therapeutic manner in order to provide an environment of caring, dignity, and respect.
  3. Works harmoniously with fellow employees, supervisors, family, and friends of persons served, and the public in order to create an environment of caring, dignity and respect, and that allows for the accomplishment of the Center's mission.
  4. Utilizes work time effectively to insure that all assignments are completed in a thorough and timely manner.
  5. Abides by all Center policies and procedures regarding training objectives and requirements including those that relate to safety and infectious disease control. Will keep all Staff Development mandatory trainings current.
  6. Adheres to Center policies and procedures and all applicable requirements and regulations of HHSC, CMS, Texas Administrative Code, CARF, relevant contracts and all other applicable regulatory bodies.
  7. Maintains confidentiality regarding consumers, records, personnel, and other sensitive and confidential information in order to comply with Center, state, and federal policy.
  8. Conducts all aspects of employment in accordance with Center's Compliance Program.

Supervision & Leadership Behaviors

  1. Onboarding of employees to include submission of the position requisition, conducting interviews and completing the hiring process following Human Resource guidelines.
  2. Conducts performance evaluations of assigned staff.  Performance evaluations are on time and give employees fair and meaningful feedback.
  3. Schedules assigned staff to participate in mandatory training in order to ensure staff competence and development.  Staff required trainings are up to date and staff are given opportunities for professional development.
  4. Monitors performance of department and assigned staff using established reporting processes and provides feedback and coaching to ensure staff meet all contract, productivity and other performance targets.
  5. Manages schedules, attendance and punctuality of assigned staff.  Staff time is reported on time and accurately and staff are able to make use of earned leave.
  6. Supervisor is accessible to assigned staff and they are kept well informed of departmental and center happenings.
  7. Supervisor applies the performance improvement (disciplinary) process consistently and in accordance with center policy.  Utilizes a ?plus one? approach to minimize risk.
  8. Ensure direct reports are aware of and adhere to Center policies & procedures