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Clinical Director - Open Position Details
Reports to: Executive Director
Position: Clinical Director
Position Summary: This is a full time, exempt position. The Clinical Director is responsible for oversight and implementation of all agency clinical/outpatient/Case Management and residential programs. Direct reports include all program managers-outpatient clinic, schools, older adults, Housing, and Care Network.
- Develop and maintain community contacts related to operation of all programs.
- Responsible for clinical oversight and compliance for all programs.
- Attend Community meetings in order to participate in the planning and addressing of client needs relevant to the agency.
- Attend community meetings, including City Council, Board of Supervisors, Mental Health Board, Suicide Prevention Council, and Behavioral Health Committee etc. related to the delivery of agency services, including for the purpose of client advocacy.
- Write program/progress reports to agency funders on an as needed basis according to the specific guidelines of the funding source.
- Oversee, tracking and maintaining of relevant statistical data and outcome data for all programs and reports to funders.
- Respond to emergency situations during business hours as well as off-hours.
- Provide after-hours clinical coverage to agency clients and staff via cell phone.
- Provide clinical supervision to staff pursuing licensure.
- Provide administrative oversight, via program managers, for all staff working in clinical/housing programs.
- Meet or speak with agency clients on an as needed basis to resolve any issues or problems that arise pertaining to agency services.
- Address and resolve any personnel matters that arise with the clinical staff.
- Interview, hire, and train new clinical staff with input/assistance from the Executive Director and other managers.
- Complete performance evaluations/work plans for all direct reports and ensure they are completed by managers/supervisors for all other clinical staff on an annual basis.
- Revise program forms and documents on an as needed basis to reflect any changes in guidelines and requirements.
- Revise and develop program/clinical policies with input from the Executive Director and other agency managers.
- Develop and track clinical staff schedules to meet client needs as well as approve vacation/time-off requests with help from program managers.
- Oversee daily operations and provide direction to all program/clinical staff on an as needed basis.
- Help ED develop internal infrastructure and operating systems as well as develop policies and protocol for new projects.
- Assist Executive Director in budget development, grant writing, and contract management.
- Serve as primary backup to the Executive Director and step in as temporary ED in his/her absence.
- Master’s Degree and Current Licensure in California as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Clinical Psychologist, or LPCC and minimum 3 years of supervisory/managerial experience in a mental health setting (5 years preferred). At least 2 years of experience providing clinical supervision to interns.
- Competitive with good benefit package
How to apply:
- Submit resume and cover letter to Executive Director via email. CLICK HERE
No Current Opening
We have two open positions below.
Mentis, a private non-profit agency located in the beautiful Napa Valley, seeks a Bi-lingual Mental Health Therapist (Spanish/English) to provide mental health treatment services at our office as well as in the community at schools to diverse clientele of all ages who are coping with multiple and complex psychosocial stressors. This is a unique opportunity for a clinician that wants to gain broad experience working with teens, adults, couples, and families.
This is a great opportunity for clinical growth in a supportive environment with a friendly, knowledgeable team. We provide both individual and group supervision for interns in preparation for licensure. If you already possess a clinical license, you will enjoy the positive, team atmosphere and access to clinical consultation.
The position is 32-40 hours per week with a competitive salary experience and excellent benefit package. We offer a very generous holiday schedule as well as schedule flexibility, both of which are designed to encourage good self-care practices and healthy work-life balance.
Benefits for our regular full-time employees include the following:
- Earn up to 12 vacation days per year
- Earn up to 10 sick days per year
- Enjoy 12 holidays per year, plus a winter break
- Up to 87% paid premium for medical and fully covered dental premium
- 401k retirement plan (available to part-time employees as well)
- Annual training allowance
- Paid time off for training
It is possible to apply for this position on a part-time, hourly basis if that is preferable.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Provide on-site therapeutic services to individuals, couples and families
- Provide off-site therapeutic services to children in schools
- Facilitate off-site groups in collaboration with agency partners
- Manage an active caseload of 60% client contact and 40% documentation/collateral contacts/coordination of care
- Case conceptualization with referrals to other providers when appropriate
- Participate in weekly supervision and/or clinical case consultation meetings
- Maintain accurate service records for billing and data tracking purposes
- Provide mental health support during time of community disaster and crisis based upon availability and capacity
- Engage in regular case consultation with peers and clinical director when necessary
Knowledge, Abilities and Skills:
- Considerable knowledge of techniques and principles of individual, family and group therapy in addition to experience practicing cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma response and trauma focused interventions, and child abuse and domestic violence.
- Knowledge of community resources throughout Napa County.
- Strong communication skills both verbal and written.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
- Maintain professional and ethical standards
- Comfortable with Microsoft Office programs and electronic communication methods as well as web-based databases
- Completion of master’s degree coursework and internships in clinical program with continuing education coursework
- Ability to read, speak, and write in Spanish
- Registered intern, license eligible, or licensed by the California State Board of Behavioral Sciences
- Experience in coordination of clinical services
- Ability to be flexible in a variety of work settings
- Ability to provide proof of automobile insurance if conducting agency business with personal vehicle and proof of personal malpractice insurance
- Experience with Medi-Cal billing is a plus
Mentis is an equal opportunity employer who does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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