SEVTC Facility Director
Dept of Behavioral Health & Developmental Sv - Chesapeake, VA

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The Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (DBHDS) is seeking an accomplished executive to effectively lead the Southeastern Virginia Training Center (SEVTC), a fully certified ICF/IID facility located in Chesapeake, VA. Chesapeake is located along the Intracoastal Waterway in the heart of Coastal Virginia and is rich in history and natural wonders.

SEVTC serves 75 individuals with 350 employees in a residential setting providing a broad range of medical care/clinical treatment, habilitation, and educational services to individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD) from Planning Region 5 (HPR V) which includes the cities of Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Portsmouth and Virginia Beach as well as the Colonial, Western Tidewater, Middle Peninsula/Northern Neck, and Eastern Shore Community Services Boards. In 2012, SEVTC opened a new state of the art neighborhood consisting of fifteen homes each supporting 5 individuals while at the same time community capacity was expanded and many of the individuals living at SEVTC moved into the community based housing.

The major function of this position is to create an environment that enables individuals to achieve their desired outcomes according to their Individual Support Plans, and that fosters collaboration among all facility stakeholders including individuals, their families, staff, individuals residing in the larger community who occasionally receive medical/behavioral/dental services through SEVTC, regional providers, and advocates. This position has leadership responsibilities for all SEVTC operations and staff including administrative, finance, individual support and treatment, human resources and training, quality assurance, human rights compliance, legal affairs, public relations as well as collaboration with community based service contract providers and advocacy groups. The incumbent will also work effectively with appropriate community and governmental agencies, as well as participate in all aspects of regional planning for the delivery of publicly funded I/DD services.

Minimum Qualifications
The successful candidate must demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and abilities to lead and manage all operations and programs of a complex disability health care organization, preferably with experience managing organizations supporting individuals with I/DD. Considerable knowledge of strategic planning & development to improve quality and services is required. Knowledge of ICF-IID Regulations and Federal and State Nursing Home standards is preferred. Demonstrated ability to lead, guide and mentor clinical and administrative professionals; collaborate and partner with a network of multidisciplinary and diverse network of public and private providers, families, human right advocates, and others is needed. Candidates must demonstrate effective communication & interdisciplinary skills in dealing with multiple internal and external customers.

Progressive leadership experience in the management and administration of a comprehensive disability health care organization is required.

Preferred Qualifications
A graduate degree from an accredited college or university in a discipline related to management/ administration of a health care organization is preferred.

Special Requirements
SEVTC is a tobacco-free campus. A fingerprint based criminal history check is required.