Program Coordinator II – Adult Community Services

Program Coordinator II - Adult Community Services

If you are looking for a job in a close-knit atmosphere where you can fulfill a deeper sense of purpose with a group of professionals who are committed to excellence, we’d love to have you on our team!  Hanover County Community Services Board is one of 40 public behavioral health safety net providers in Virginia. At Hanover County CSB, we partner with individuals to provide services in the areas of mental health, substance use disorders, and developmental disabilities in their efforts to lead satisfying and productive lives in their communities. We are committed to providing recovery and person-centered services with a focus on continuous quality improvement.


This position oversees the following Community-Based Programs for the agency:  Psychosocial Rehabilitation, Assertive Community Treatment, Hospital Liaison and NGRI Coordination. The incumbent must have the ability to mange supervisors and support multiple staff in service provision at differing work sites and in diverse roles.  Telework opportunities are available.

General Description:  This is a professional position.  The incumbent performs complex tasks to provide direct clinical, mental health and/or substance use disorder services to residents of Hanover County, to include crisis services.  These services may be provided in a variety of settings to include an outpatient clinic, in the client’s home or in the community. The incumbent performs complex tasks in managing a division of mental health, substance use disorder, crisis services and behavioral health and wellness services. Organization:  The Program Coordinator II reports to the Division Director – Behavioral Health & Wellness and supervises Clinical Supervisors and/or Clinicians. Essential Functions:
  • Supervises employees, performing related human resources functions and completing necessary paperwork.
  • Provides clinical supervision, including an evaluation of training opportunities and needs.
  • Plans, implements, manages, and evaluates clinical or prevention programs.
  • Coordinates planning and service provision with other agency divisions or other agencies.
  • Leads or participates in special projects.
  • Conducts staff meetings and case staffings.
  • Interacts with and develops positive relationships with other community organizations or agencies.
  • Monitors programs and clinical records for compliance with regulatory standards.
  • Identifies and seeks resources for program development, tracks and reports expenditures.
  • Provides consultation and education for other agencies and community groups.
  • Compiles data, maintains records and submits reports as requested.
  • May manage an agency facility.
  • Performs related work as assigned.
  • May work outside of regular business hours
Working Conditions: A.  Hazards
  • May interact with challenging family situations.
B.  Environment
  • Office
  • Field
C.   Physical Effort
  • Minimal
D.   Exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:  Requires a knowledge of and skills in human behavior change strategies and techniques, crisis intervention theory and techniques, DSM assessment and diagnosis, various mental health treatment modalities/ethical issues in MH/SA service delivery, clinical supervision/personnel management, Medicaid and licensure regulations, reimbursement, identification and management of program goals, monitoring of service delivery and/or prevention programming.  Must be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.  Ability to work effectively as a leader while managing multiple goals and processes, required.  Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, families, staff, Board members, and community groups.  Computer literacy, preferred. Education, Experience and Training:  Master’s degree in related field required with at least four (4) years of experience in mental health, substance abuse, including two years of supervisory experience.  Regarding clinical programs – Professional license issued by the State of Virginia as LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) or LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor), required.  Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Regarding prevention programs – related prevention services and State of Virginia-Certified Prevention Professional, required (this is not required as this opening is not a prevention position). Special Conditions:
  • Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting
  • Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver’s License
  • TB test (within 30 days of employment)
  • CPS (Child Protective Services) Check
  • Twelve-month probationary period
  • Staff who work in the crisis division and/or support crisis response will work weekends, overnights, holidays, and inclement weather on a rotating basis. These staff are deemed essential personnel, with the responsibilities outlined in the Hanover County Human Resources Policy Manual.
Contact details

P O Box 470 Hanover, VA 23069 Show Phone Number *****