Clinical Cooridnator at Land of Goshen Treatment Center
- Posted: over a month ago
- $15 to $25 Hourly
- Master’s Degree and credentialing in Social Work, Counseling, Substance Abuse Counseling, Psychology, Medicine, or related field
- Professional Independent Licensure obtained by the State of Ohio CSWMFT Board
- Supervision Credential with State of Ohio CSWMFT Board.
- Administrative experience and substance abuse counseling/social work experience.
- No criminal convictions of child abuse or violent crimes.
- Experience in crisis intervention, inter/ intra family violence, sexual abuse, the criminal justice system, substance abuse treatment programs, medical social work or related areas.
- Prior experience working with substance abuse treatment programs as a senior administrator clinical services, clinical director.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILILTIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
- Supervises the development and approves individual treatment plans in conjunction with the clinical staff and ensures efficacy and appropriateness of all SUD programs.
- Develop and implement an in-house training program for clinicians and staff
- Assure that the SUD is staffed at all times with qualified substance abuse professionals.
- Assure that the clinicians abide by the rules of confidentiality of client records.
- Assure a professional, safe, comfortable, non-threatening environment at the SUD.
- Provide feedback for the development and implementation of policies, procedures, and protocols to Corporate office.
- Assist in the identification and development of new services and programs.
- Supervise intake, scheduling, and record keeping functions
- Supervise clinical staff.
- Supervise the data collection and analysis, statistical reporting, research, and Evaluation of treatment programs to ensure efficacy [may be delegated].
- Help to arrange and plan training for staff and community and assist in the design and implementation of community awareness programs
- Provide communication and coordination among community agencies, disciplines, services, and programs involved with the SUD.
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION: The SUD Clinical Director will be formally evaluated by the Chief Executive Officer or his/ her designee on an approximately annual basis.
Job Summary: The SUD Clinical Director is charged with the responsibility of carrying out the alcohol and drug treatment programs at New Hope Creation Center, as determined by the appointing authority.
Education and Experience: College degree required with a Master’s preferred; knowledge of current services to alcohol and drug abusers/ addicts and their families. basic knowledge of the dynamics of substance abuse; management and supervisory skills; human relations skills including diplomacy and meditation; demonstrated skill in networking between agencies and professionals; excellent oral and written communication skills; good problem solving skills; enthusiasm and energy; demonstrated ability to provide treatment services in compliance with state and federal guidelines.
Duties and Tasks:
A. Administrative Responsibilities:
1. Functions as supervisor of all clinical staff members
Participates in the interviews all prospective clinical staff [may be delegated]
Trains agency clinical personnel`
Supervises all clinical staff members
2. Works cooperatively with the chief executive officer and corporate administration to draft appropriate policy statement regarding:
a. Alcohol or Drug Treatment Services
b. Planned Substance abuse treatment Programs
c. Clinical Staffing issues
d. Maintaining facility use schedule [may be delegated]
e. Public Relations [may be delegated]
3. Attends directors clinical review board meetings as appropriate
4. Keeps the appointing authority informed about relevant developments in the Substance abuse
field and other relevant developments possibly impacting the agency
5. Additional duties as assigned by the appointing authority
B. Manage the alcohol or drug addiction treatment program at New Hope Creation Center in concert with the Chief Executive Officer and corporate administration:
1. Establish and promote a professional atmosphere in which treatment programs and services for
clients of alcoholism and other substance abuse may be provided in a safe secure and
2. Provide an ongoing forum for interagency problem solving and planning in the area of
substance abuse treatment.
3. Responsible for overall clinical management of this agency substance abuse
4. Responsible for implementation of all clinical policies and procedures as
determined by the appointing authority
C. Program Development:
1. Develop clinical treatment programs as necessary to respond to the needs of the communities
that the agency serves:
2. Assist, supervise and/or write program concepts and proposals
3. Implement accepted SUD program plans.
D. Qualifications and Compensations:
1. College degree required with a Master’s preferred; knowledge of current treatment programs
and services to addicts substance abusers and their families; basic knowledge of the dynamics
of substance abuse treatment programs; management and supervisory skills; human relations
skills including diplomacy and mediation; demonstrated skill in networking between agencies
and professionals; excellent oral and written communication skills; good problem solving
skills; enthusiasm and energy; demonstrated ability to oversee multiple tasks simultaneously
2. Gross salary commensurate with qualifications, experience, and training as determined by the
Executive Committee and CEO.
Certification/Licensure: Certified alcohol and drug counselor:
Environmental Setting: Office Setting
Physical Mental Requirements: Visual acuity necessary to read and implement agency materials, policy and procedures, and lawful regulations for provision of SUD treatment services. Verbal skills to communicate with clients and families
Work Setting: Must be able to function harmoniously in a small but busy work place as part of a multidisciplinary team; must acknowledge and adhere to the agency’s confidentiality policy and procedures
Other: Overnight travel may be required
New employee orientation includes:
- A tour of the facility and introduction to agency clinical and administrative staff
- Review and obtain signatures of Confidentiality Acknowledgement
- Review of the policy and procedures, Safety and security, client rights and grievances, confidentiality of client records, SUD treatment Program Guidelines and Protocols, and regulatory requirements incumbent on the agency, cultural sensitivity, fire safety, inter/ intra family domestic violence.
- Introduction to multidisciplinary team members
- Review of job description, duties and responsibilities
- Review of existing agency policies and procedures
- Introduction to staff members of multidisciplinary team
NOTE: All employment relationships with the SUD are of an at-will nature may be terminated at any time, with or without cause, and with or without notice. Nothing in any job description, employment agreement, personnel policy or future evaluation shall alter the at-will nature of this employment nature.
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