Division Director Adult System of Care
County of Marin San Rafael, CA
- Expired: June 05, 2021. Applications are no longer accepted.
Division Director - Adult System of Care
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH & RECOVERY SERVICES DIVISION
HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT
County of Marin, California
Salary: $119,142- $146,182 annually DOE/DOQ
The County of Marin seeks a Division Director responsible for the Adult System of Care Services within the Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Division, within Marin's consolidated Health and Human Services Department (HHS). The ideal candidate will be a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, or Clinical Psychologist who is an expert in adult and older adult behavioral health care, and a professional who has organizational leadership and development skills, financial acumen, strategic business thinking, and politically savvy. This position reports to the Director of Behavioral Health and Recovery Services and oversees a staff of approximately 40 and a programmatic budget $20M, and will oversee the management of programs, lead staff, and ensure the community receives exceptional behavioral health care, outpatient, residential, and crisis stabilization services (including our ten bed crises residential facility). Recovery is real. We see it every day. We have the utmost respect for the work and strength that persons in recovery demonstrate and we operate on a belief that individuals can and do recover from mental illness and alcohol and drug addiction. Apply today to join our team and make a difference in the thousands of lives we serve in our community.
For more information see the complete recruitment brochure: https://indd.adobe.com/view/a0a9025a-a3ec-4ba1-a1bb-5f080fd121da
The Division Director of Adult Systems of Care is of one of five division directors and is part of the senior management team. This Division Director is responsible for the Adult System of Care Services within the Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Division, and reports to the Director of Behavioral Health and Recovery Services. This position also oversees multiple facilities/clinics spread throughout the county, leads the contract negotiations for approximately over 100 vendor agreements (FY 2020/21) and residential service placements.
Upcoming Challenges and Opportunities
Opening a 16-bed adult transitional residential facility by July 2022.
Effectively support the implementation of CalAIM.
Work towards the standardization of clinical and administrative processes within the system of care.
Improve service delivery and clinical outcomes from community-based partners by 2022.
The ideal candidate will be a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, or Clinical Psychologist who is an expert in elder and adult behavioral health care with demonstrated knowledge of the related the complex funding streams and, ideally, with substance abuse knowledge. We are looking for someone who can look at system design and understand how changes affect service delivery across the board, who can analyze data effectively and identify opportunities to improve service delivery while finding new and creative ways to do business. Our ideal candidate will also be an emotionally agile leader with an excellent ability to manage conflict, develop staff, and foster a culture of inclusivity and teamwork, who can also build relationships and negotiate effectively with outside service providers. This is a professional who has organizational leadership and development skills, financial acumen, strategic business thinking, and politically savvy.
Any combination of education and experience that would provide the knowledge and skills listed. Typically, a bachelor's degree in counseling, marriage and family therapy, nursing, psychology, social work or a related field and four years of experience appropriate to the assignment of Behavioral Health including one year of supervisory experience.
Professional licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Registered Nurse, or Clinical Psychologist in the State of California. Otherwise, qualified non-California residents must obtain a California license within timelines consistent with the Business and Professions Code of California after moving from another state. Failure to obtain licensure within the specified timelines will result in termination of employment.
COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
Annual Salary is negotiable between $$119,142 - $146,182 DOE/DOQ
The County of Marin offers a full benefits package, including Medical, Dental, Vision, Pension/Retirement, deferred compensation, and flexible spending accounts. The County does not participate in Social Security except for a mandatory Medicare contribution.
HOW TO APPLY
This is an open continuous recruitment and will remain open until the needs of the County are met. Interviews will be scheduled as Ideal Candidates are identified, so apply by July 6, 2021 for first consideration.
Question? Contact the recruiter, Cassie Folan at:
APPLICATION AND INTERVIEW PROCESS:
Applications will be reviewed against the minimum qualifications. A highly qualified review will be conducted on applicants who meet the minimum qualifications. This review will consider experience as it relates to, leadership, change management, and fiscal/budget oversight, and program development specifically in the area of behavioral health services.
County of Marin
AddressSan Rafael, CA
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