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Primary Function of the EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: The Executive Director is directly responsible to the Board of Directors for the management of the entire nonprofit organization. Responsibilities include development of the overall organization, including strategic planning, program development, and financial accountability and needs assessment. The Executive Director will represent the organization within the community to the public and appropriate government agencies. The purpose and goal of the Executive Director position is to make sure the organization is fulfilling its mission statement while providing leadership and effective administration to the operation and its personnel.
Direct Reports to Executive Director: Director of Operations, Accounting Manager, Clinical Supervisor of IP & OP.
Responsibilities: Personal, Professional and Ethical.
Demonstrate professional and ethical behavior by:
1. Serves as a resource for staff regarding code of conduct and ethical behavior.
2. Maintains professional relationship with Board of Directors, Staff, and Outside Agencies.
3. Ensures CHI, Inc. is in compliance with all Federal, State and HIPPA Regulations and Guidelines.
4. Builds and maintains relationships with all referral sources.
1. Oversees and is accountable for overall financial performance of Organization.
2. Oversees the development of annual budgets for the Organization (revenue and expenses).
3. Seeks to develop additional revenue streams for organization where appropriate.
4. Provides oversight relative to the management of cash flow.
5. Reviews monthly financial statements to remain abreast of Organizations financial position.
Responsibilities: Human Resources/Personnel Function.
1. Provides supervision that fosters continued performance improvement and professional growth of employees.
2. Conducts performance evaluations for Executive Team and reviews performance evaluations completed by staff management. Makes and implements recommendations where necessary.
3. Assesses current competencies of staff and provides avenues for development or remediation where appropriate.
4. Works with staff to develop appropriate training plans for employees and the organization as a whole.
1. Responsible for overseeing management of Clinical Supervisors and the implementation of appropriate clinical services to clients.
2. Oversees adherence of all appropriate clinical regulations as required, including Organizations admission guidelines as well as criteria mandated by third parties.
3. Initiates and negotiates all aspects of contract development, to include fee schedules with various government agencies and managed care organizations.
4. Pursues opportunities to contract with new referral sources.
1. Develops, implements, maintains and reviews written policies and procedures that govern the daily operation of the organization.
2. Reviews Organizations policy and procedure manuals to insure ongoing compliance with all licensing bodies.
3. Establishes priorities in the development of organizations annual goals and objectives.
4. Directs responses to requests for Public Education Events, Public relations opportunities, speaking engagements and training opportunities.
5. Reviews and approves company expenditures and seeks board approval when required.
6. Delegate’s administrative authority while maintaining an effective level of accountability.
7. Will be involved in interview process of new hires where appropriate.
8. Works with Operations Manager to oversee the overall physical condition and needs of the Organizations three facilities.
Additionally, the Executive Director will be responsible for other duties deemed appropriate by the Board of Directors.
Qualifications for the position of Executive Director:
The Executive Director shall meet the qualifications in at least one of the following paragraphs:
(1) A Master’s Degree or above from an accredited college with a major in medicine, chemical dependency, psychology, social work, counseling, nursing (with a specialty in nursing/health administration, nursing/counseling education or clinical specialty in the human services). Public administration, business management or other related field and 2 years of experience in a drug and alcohol setting, which includes supervision of others, direct service and program planning.
(2) A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college with a major in chemical dependency, psychology, social work, counseling, nursing (with a specialty in nursing/health administration, nursing/counseling education or a clinical specialty in the human services), public administration, business management or other related field and 3 years of experience in a drug and alcohol setting, which includes supervision of others, direct service and program planning.
(3). Clinical experience and a CADC, CAAC, or CCS preferred, but not required.