Area Clinic Manager
|District 19 Community Services Board (D19CSB) is seeking a qualified professional to serve as the clinic manager for the Hopewell/Prince George and Surry clinics. These area clinics provide a wide array of Mental Health, Intellectual Disabilities and Substance Abuse services to residents of Hopewell, Prince George, and Surry.
Essential job duties of this position include: program planning, administration and evaluation, supervision and evaluation of staff, inter-agency coordination, and direct clinical services delivery, based on the “person centered” recovery model to consumer population. Responsible for ensuring understanding and compliance of policies and procedures within the program, establishing procedures to implement policies and preparing reports. Provides guidance and direction to the Hopewell/Prince Georg and Surry clinics, regarding compliance with established legislation, mandated program standards and all District 19 requirements re: consumer services and documentation of service delivery. Oversees program planning and evaluation, staff schedules, doctor schedules. Coordinates day-to-day service delivery. Conducts staff meetings to ensure overall operation and service delivery. Provides clinical and administrative supervision for all staff. Holds all staff accountable for timely recording of documentation in the electronic health record. Participates in trainings/staff development and monitors the participation of staff for mandatory trainings. Responds promptly and professionally to correspondence, phone calls, concerns and complaints from consumers and the community. Provides mental health education in the community. Participates in committees and meetings to support mental health initiatives and concerns. Provides direct clinical services as needed to include clinical case management and supportive counseling. Provides and oversees direct case management of consumers to include advocating, linking, coordinating, and monitoring rehabilitative services. Provides crisis intervention to include pre-screenings as needed. Conducts intakes and assessments and assigns cases to appropriate provider.
|Requirements: (Experience, Essential Education, and Skills Needed):|
|Successful applicant must have knowledge, skills and abilities related to stated position responsibilities to include: Master’s Degree in human services field, Virginia licensure (i.e. LPC, LCSW), outpatient mental health experience, supervisory experience, and flexibility to work some evening hours. Must have the ability to develop and maintain relationships with consumers, community partners, DSS, DJJ, schools, etc. Demonstrated experience in working with multi-cultural population, SA counseling, and providing therapy to SMI adults.|
|Preferred Qualifications / Other Relevant Job Information:|
|Position is a Grade 216 salaried position. The minimum annual salary is $59,914.00.
Starting salary for new employees will be based on the prospective employee’s knowledge, skills and abilities directly relating to the position’s duties. Current or most recent verified salary will also be taken into consideration prior to making an offer of employment. Starting salaries for new employees will not exceed the advertised maximum and will be based on the availability of funding within the current budget.
Excellent benefits include sick and annual leave and Virginia Retirement System. Flexible work schedule, including 4 day work week, is possible in some positions.
Position requires pre-employment extensive background check and drug screening, to include a valid Driver’s License in state of residence with a point balance of -6 or higher.
District 19 is committed to developing a multicultural workplace. Minorities and persons with disabilities seeking career advancement are encouraged to apply. EOE.
Position is open until filled
Sign-on bonus of $2,000.00 to qualified applicant. *Restrictions apply.