Manager- Area Clinic-Petersburg
District 19 Community Services Board is searching for an energetic supervisor in our Petersburg, VA location. This position serves as Area Manager for Petersburg Mental Health Clinic and Dinwiddie Supervised Living Program. Oversees the day-to-day operation of these programs including delivery of supports, implementation of person-centered plans, health care, advocacy, customer engagement, regulatory compliance and when applicable, oversight of the physical environment. Recommends new hires, trains and supervise staff. Interfaces with community organizations, serves on required boards and committees. Provides direct service to individuals and families as needed. Oversees program enrollments and services for adult mental health case management, Residential Supervised Living, Mental Health Skill Building, I-WORK services, and Permanent Supportive Housing Program.
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. Incumbent isresponsible for ensuring compliance and understanding policies and procedureswithin each program managed, establishing procedures to implement policies andpreparing reports. Provide direct oversight to the Petersburg Clinic andResidential Living Program located in Dinwiddie. Responsible for keepingabreast of compliance requirements, changing legislation, mandated programstandards and all related District 19 requirements. Responsible for oversight,planning and evaluation of staff schedules and coordinationof psychiatric services, providing clinical andadministrative supervision. Provide mental health education in the community.Participates in committees and meetings to support mental health initiativesand concerns. Provide direct clinical services as needed. Provide crisisintervention to include pre-screenings as needed. Conductprogram enrollments, review and sign off onpsychosocial assessment, and (MHSB) Critical Needs Assessments as needed.
Successful applicant must have Knowledge of Mental health and Substance Use service delivery; program planning and evaluation, counseling techniques, knowledge of community relations and entitlement programs, supervision and management skills, training in staff development and in service training. Skills in both written and oral communication, knowledge of Person Centered planning and recovery model.Previous supervisory/management experience required. Management and Administrative experience in program development and evaluation of both Mental Health and Substance Abuse Service Delivery System.
Ability to exercise good judgment, work with limited supervision, and sustain cooperative/effective working relationships.
Must have: Master’s Degree in human services field, Virginia licensure (i.e. LPC, LCSW), outpatient Substance Abuse and mental health case management experience, supervisory experience, computer skills, including electronic health records.
Knowledge of: Clinical service delivery, program planning and evaluation: Mental Health, Substance Use, Residential Living, MHSB and co-occurring disorders, counseling techniques (individual, group, and family); process for a recommendation of psychological testing and evaluation from (psychologists only); community resources impacting on the delivery of clinical services; client fee collection/reimbursement; staff supervision; consultation and education techniques; in-service training and staff development; crisis intervention services.
Skills in: communication skills (oral, written, and interpersonal): the management/administration of a local service delivery program; developing service delivery programs; monitoring and evaluating service delivery programs for compliance with established mandates; effective utilization of community resources in the provision of clinical services; monitoring client fee collections/reimbursements; coordinating the utilization of staff; utilization of treatment techniques (individual, group and family); assessing co-morbidity of persons; provision of emergency/crisis intervention services; providing staff supervision.
Ability to: exercise sound judgment; work with limited supervision; sustain cooperative/effective working relationships with District 19 Services and non-D19 personnel; maintain a high degree of confidentiality; and work effectively with all types/levels of persons.
Licensed by State Dept. of Health Professionals (i.e. LCSW, LPC and LMFT); valid Va Driver’s license with acceptable driving record.
Master’s degree in Human Services or Social Work.
Demonstrated experience in administrative and clinical supervision, experience in delivery of direct clinical services. At least 2 years of previous clinical supervisory experience.
Must be able to travel to other clinic sites and attend committees/meetings that may be out of area. Must be available to address urgent issues after business hours if the need arise.
Demonstrated experience in working with multi-cultural SMI population with co-occurring disorders required.
This is a Grade 216 salaried position.
Starting salary for new employees will be based on the prospective employee’s knowledge, skills and abilities directly relating to the position’s duties. 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
$2,000.00 Sign on Bonus to qualified candidate.