Chief Executive Officer
Guidance Center of Lea County, Inc. Hobbs, NM
- Posted: over a month ago
- $120,000 to $150,000 Yearly
- Benefits: vision, 401k, dental, life insurance, medical,
Guidance Center of Lea County Inc. is seeking an experienced CEO to manage the day-today operations of our company. The right candidate must be ready to continue to build and model a great company culture, provide inspired leadership to our executive team, establish a great working relationship with the board of directors, and set a course for company strategy.
DESCRIPTION OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Responsible for managing the company's overall resources and operations and communicating with the board of directors, stakeholders, management team, and department team leaders.
• Develop high-quality business strategies and plans, ensuring their alignment with short-term and long-term objectives.
• Lead, motivate and develop a high-performing managerial team by creating an environment that promotes optimum performance and positive morale.
• Develop the company's vision and trauma-informed culture. Oversee all operations to ensure they produce the desired results and are consistent with the overall strategy and mission of the agency.
• Direct all operations with the managers to ensure that contract and certification standards are maintained.
• Enforce adherence to legal guidelines and agency policies to maintain the company's legality and business ethics.
• Review financial and non-financial reports to devise solutions or improvements as needed.
• Ensure all billing and financial recording functions are conducted in compliance with ethical and legal standards.
• Build trust relations with key partners and stakeholders and act as a point of contact.
• Analyze problematic situations, research and provide solutions to ensure the company's growth.
• Make high-quality investing decisions to advance the agency and increase profits
• Maintain a deep knowledge of the Behavioral Health Industry, specifically Community Mental Health Center Standards, Licensing, and Certification Standards for Adolescent Residential settings, contract management and negotiations with both the Children Youth and Families Department and Managed Care Organizations.
• Oversee the human resource department to ensure quality practices. Responsible for ensuring the confidentiality of information regarding clients, staff, physicians, and agency is maintained.
• Oversee the implementation of personnel policies, general policies, and procedures and adherence to GCLC Corporate By-Laws.
• Assist in communication with appropriate departments within local, state, and federal governments as needed to manage grants and contracts.
• Assure cohesiveness of management, development and implementation of marketing, public relations, and fund-raising activities.
• Monitor key performance indicators designed to measure consumer, staff, and community satisfaction with GCLC and its services.
• Oversee or develop the organization's proposals for contracts and grants.
• CEO will oversee management staff acquiring or maintaining certification as a trauma-informed care agency and national accreditation.
Master's degree in a human services field and five (5) years’ experience in behavioral health, three of which must be managing a non-profit community-based program. Independent Licensure as a mental health clinician is preferred but not required. Bi-lingual ability is preferred but not required.
Compensation Range: $120,000.00- $150,000.00 depending on experience
A Healthy Benefits Package and Relocation fees will be provided
Guidance Center of Lea County, Inc.Why Work Here?
If you are looking for career development and growth in an expanding behavioral health agency, come join our team!
Guidance Center of Lea County, Inc. is committed to the Sanctuary Model of Trauma Informed care for its staff and clientele. We believe that increasing awareness, emphasizing safety, and teaching skills to our employees that they can utilize to manage their feelings, are crucial steps in creating an environment conductive of processing change, feelings, past trauma, grief and loss. to using the trauma informed care as a guide for creating a safe and non-violent environment. We communicate using four concepts that guide the way we work. This language is called the S.E.L.F. language and each letter represents an important part of how we view trauma and change both in our organization and in our lives.
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