CLINICAL DIRECTOR ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Provides oversight and consultative supervision of all non-medical direct care staff, including both administrative and clinical supervision within the CABHA.
- Directly supervises all agency clinicians or coordinates supervision via additional clinical supervisor(s), who also meet minimum supervisory requirements and assists the agency with the establishment of practice guidelines
- Design and support implementation of treatment and best practice protocols in collaboration with the Medical Director
- Ensures appropriate assessments for individuals served
- Identifies and implements, as appropriate, best practice protocols
- Reviews fidelity to service models and service quality
- Provides input and approval of staff training modules; provides training
- Identifies and monitors operational, service, and personal outcomes
- Ensures continuity of care through the development of strong collaborative relationships with other agencies, providers and policy makers
- Collaborate with the Quality Management Director and Training Director to develop plans and protocols for new clinical and program staff training and supervision;
- With the Training Director, develops plans and protocols for new clinical and program staff training and supervision
- Develop collaborative relationships with the LME Medical Director, consumers primary care physicians, community psychiatrists, and other providers regarding issues related to consumers/families and the local system of care
- Monitor and track data regarding delivery and quality of treatment services, including data on core services, emergency admissions, psychiatric hospitalizations, and operational, service and personal outcomes and recovery goals.
CLINICAL DIRECTOR QUALIFICATIONS
- Master’s level licensed professional (individuals with provisional licenses may not serve as the
Clinical Director) in one of the following licensed discipline categories:
- NC Licensed Clinical Social Worker
- NC Licensed Psychologist (Doctorate Level)
- NC Licensed Psychological Associate
- NC Licensed Professional Counselor
- NC Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
- Mastered Degree NC Licensed Nurse – advanced practice only (NP, PNPs)
- NC Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist
- Certified Clinical Supervisor
- Two or more years of experience in diagnosing, treating and evaluating the effectiveness of treatment of the population to be served by the agency (children or adults with mental health or substance abuse disorders).
- Two or more years of full time, direct service experience to include face to face treatment and interventions as demonstrated by having provided services for a caseload of individuals with a primary mental health or substance abuse disorder diagnosis. The treatment and interventions that were provided shall relate to the mental health or substance abuse diagnosis of the individuals served.
SUPERVISION: Medical Director
SALARY: Negotiable with Benefits
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