St. John's Riverside Hospital is a leader in providing the highest quality, compassionate health care utilizing the latest, state-of-the-art medical technology. Serving the Westchester community from Yonkers to the river town communities of Hastings-on-Hudson, Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry and Irvington, St. John's Riverside has been and continues to be a unique and comprehensive network of medical professionals dedicated to a tradition of service that spans generations.
St. John’s has been an integral part of the community since the 1890's and its’ commitment to provide the community with the most advanced medical services available continues to be the hospitals’ vision, mission and value. St. John's Riverside Hospital built itself around an early foundation of nursing and community service. In 1894, the Cochran School of Nursing, the oldest hospital-based school of nursing in the metropolitan area, was founded, thus making the St. John's Nursing Staff more than just the backbone of the hospital, but the heart and soul. St. John’s dedicated nurses give superior attention to those who need it most with a strong emphasis on patient and family-focused nursing care.
St. John’s Riverside Hospital staff is committed to making life better for all patients. The hospital continues to elevate the services provided with the goal of increasing the quality of life for all who entrust St. John's Riverside Hospital to their care.
Personalized care together with advanced technology is what it means to be Community Strong
As a member of the program’s supervisory team, the Assistant Clinical Supervisor participates in the clinical and administrative operations of the program. He/She will provide appropriate and effective treatment services to clients. Maintains timely and accurate clinical records per BHS, JCAHO and OASAS standards, and requirements. Provides productive outreach to agencies and clients. Demonstrates competency to work with clients appropriate to unit/program, i.e. regarding age and special populations. Effectively assists in maintaining unit/program’s financial responsibilities. Demonstrates good knowledge of resources available in SJRH/BHS and community. Demonstrates ability to facilitate intake and orientation processes for clients. Insures that clients/patients receive proper orientation. Prepares accurate and timely reports and/or statistics as assigned as well as provides effective supervision of clinical staff as assigned. Active participation in the development of program goals. Provides direction to staff in an effective manner to enlist their cooperation in achieving the unit/program’s objectives.
Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services or equivalent and Qualified Health Professional (CASAC certification or Licensed Mental Health Counselor or LMSW required). A minimum of two years in alcohol and/or substance abuse treatment required. Required to meet OASAS requirements as a Q.H.P. Must meet DOC security requirements for jail-based programs.