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POSITION OVERVIEW: JFK’s Walk-In Clinic D&A Program Director ensures the quality of clinical service delivery to clients and supervises all clinical documentation for clients with drug/alcohol problems and/or behavioral health issues. Our Walk-In Clinic receives self-referrals, practitioner or agency referrals for individuals that may require assessment for IOP, outpatient therapy or other services.
• Oversees the clinical assessments for populations presenting with substance use, addiction disorders, or co-occurring disorders
• Under direction of the VP- Behavioral Health, administers program resources provided for direct client supports
• Maintains a familiarity with all JFK’s programs and services to maximize client access to rehabilitative resources.
• Trains clinicians in technique and methodology; orients with appropriate laws, policies, regulations and procedures; evaluates performance & development, determines
• Conducts supervision with assigned clinical staff and reviews and signs-off on all progress notes/treatment plans.
• Ensure all clinical documentation adheres to all federal, state, county and payer requirements
WE ARE SEEKING DEDICATED PROFESSIONALS WHO:
• Desire to embrace and advance the philosophy and objectives of JFK Behavioral Health
• Understand substance use, treatment and the dynamics of psychological rehabilitation.
• Are experienced in, and motivated to influence the professional development of clinicians providing behavioral health services.
• Can establish rapport and cooperative relationships with clinicians, administrators and clients.
• Understand the social factors which contribute to attitudes and behaviors
• Are organized and can monitor clinician’s documentation for adherence to regulatory requirements.
• Is keenly aware of the laws, regulations and rules governing the provision of behavioral health services
• Master’s degree in social work, psychology, counseling, social work, human services, chemical dependency or a related discipline from an accredited university.
• Four years previous work experience to include:
o Two years of post-master’s clinical supervision experience experience in a health or human service environment
o One year of direct experience working with the chemically dependent
o One year of general clinical experience