|Title:||Clinical Program Manager - Behavioral Health|
The Clinical Program Manager is a mental health professional with responsibility for assisting the Clinical Director in the clinical and administrative duties of the Assisted Group Living Department. Under the direct supervision of the Clinical Director, this position is responsible for provision and direction of a program of clinical supervision for all direct care personnel, coordination with case management agencies, monitoring service provision and advocacy for needed services. This is a highly skilled professional position which provides leadership and oversight to the behavioral health team including service plan development, and training functions.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Develops various client assessments and utilizes them to create treatment plans.
- Participates in the admission, discharge planning and placement processes.
- Provides clinical supervision for assigned BHT’s within licensing guidelines.
- Develops individual service plans and behavior management plans according to departmental guidelines and best practices.
- Provides leadership for the training and education of staff.
- Monitors service sites regularly to ensure compliance with all regulatory and licensure requirements.
- Participates in regular staff meetings and other forms of communication with staff.
- Provides on-call administrative coverage.
- Intervenes in crises to facilitate appropriate services.
- Completes incident reports and follow-up with outside agencies as required.
- Acts as a liaison with clients, stakeholders and service team members to facilitate client needs.
- Serves as team member on various committees and quality management teams.
- Participates in UM functions with internal and external stakeholders.
- Interfaces with Adult Day Health Services team and serves as clinical support.
- Problem solves with clients and service team members.
- Participates in the Performance and Quality Improvement initiative at the agency and program level, by suggesting performance improvements and performing other PQI duties as requested.
- Participates in external meetings as necessary to represent the department.
- Provides training, consultation and support to families and other caregivers as needed.
- Provides case review monthly to assess the service delivery system and make recommendations for care enhancements.
- Acts as a role model in maintaining standards of client care.
- Prepares monthly reports and service documentation.
- Must have completion of Crisis Intervention training prior to using an emergency safety response
- Other duties as needed.
- Comprehensive understanding of the treatment of psychiatric illness/drugs
- Comprehensive knowledge and experience with behavioral management
- Excellent communication skills; superior writing skills.
- Basic computer skills.
- Must have, or be able to obtain, a Level One Fingerprint Clearance Card through the Department of Public Safety background check/fingerprint clearance process.
- Must not have any restrictions for physical work for which reasonable accommodation cannot be made.
- Teaching/training experience
- Knowledge of state and local regulatory requirements
WORK EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION
- Behavioral Health Professional (LCSW,LPC,LMFT,LMSW,LAC)
- 3-5 years’ experience in the mental health field
- Minimum of two years’ experience in a clinical managerial capacity
- Experience with the behavioral population
- Direct counseling experience with the SMI population
Full Time with Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, FSA, 403(b) retirement plan, EAP, Wellness, PTO and 10 Paid Holidays.
FSL is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, M/F/D/V. DFWP. FSL believes that diversity leads to strength.
Proud to be a Mature Worker Friendly Certified Employer through the Governor's Advisory Council on Aging
***Military Personnel Encouraged to Apply.***
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