ADULT - INGLEWOOD
SUMMARY: The Administrative Coordinator, under the supervision of the Program Director, manages various administrative functions of the assigned program, ensuring compliance with program standards, contracts, policies, procedures and guidelines.
We are seeking individuals who have a demonstrated interest in supporting the administrative functions of program management. Ideal candidates will possess either a MSW (COPA), MPA or MA, Psychology. We will also consider clinical staff who no longer wish to work in a direct service capacity.
Tracks all client service expectations for staff at the site and conducts supervision/meetings with staff that are underperforming.
Trouble shoots productivity concerns & develops a performance plan if needed.
Meets with staff for administrative supervision related to client service expectations and other performance issues. Completes Supervision log notes as needed.
Communicates and collaborates on a regular basis with clinical manager and program director in order to maintain clinical loop regarding individual staff and site issues
Provides clinical coverage for program director and/or clinical manager as needed
Assists the Program Director in developing realistic and measurable objectives for the program and with matters related to budgets and contracts compliance.
Partners with Quality Assurance and Best Practices to ensure that all related policies and procedures are adhered to.
Reviews chart documentation and status reports prepared by therapists to ensure all legal, contractual, and revenue-generating reports meet or exceed required Agency and regulatory agencies’ standards.
Assists the Program Director with managerial duties to include interviewing applicants for employment, assigning and reviewing progress of assignments, providing input for performance appraisals, and developing higher levels of expertise in staff members by encouraging further education, participation in seminars and providing learning opportunities within the program.
Interfaces with related community agencies, attends meetings as scheduled and/ or needed to include: Department of Social Services, local colleges, the Department of Mental Health and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act related issues.
Attends, participates, leads and/or facilitates routinely scheduled meetings as requested or required for the program, division, or Agency.
MSW (COPA), MA in Psychology or MPA required; will consider individuals who are license eligible or licensed.
Minimum of 2+ years of experience working with individuals with a history of mental illness in a social service/mental health. environment. Depending on program/division, demonstrated knowledge of Evidence Based Practices and/or the Recovery Model of treatment.
Working knowledge of mental health services coordination and management.
Experience in teaching or training in the mental health or substance abuse fields.
The ability to support the values and mission of Didi Hirsch as related to employment.
Working knowledge of Agency policies and procedures, HIPAA, DMH, DHS, Department of Social Services, and other state, federal regulations relating to mental health services.
Current knowledge to coordinate treatment planning and case management for assigned clients.
The skill to present ideas, information, and viewpoints clearly, both verbally and in writing.
Personal computer skills including word processing, spreadsheets, and other related software.
Ability to use analysis, experience, and judgment to make effective decisions.
Commitment to team objectives and Didi Hirsch philosophies.
Ability to adapt to changing needs by acquiring new skills and knowledge.
Current California driver’s license and a driving record acceptable to the Agency’s insurance carrier.