General description: This full time exempt position under the supervision of the Site Administrator, supervises the delivery of comprehensive evidence-based counseling services provided by licensed clinicians and/or case managers consistent with contract/licensure requirements and maintaining an acceptable quality in the delivery of these services.
- Provides leadership in the implementation of clinical programs and services in accordance with contract requirements and licensing authorities.
- Oversee the daily running of the substance use disorder program;
- Provides both direct and indirect clinical supervision for all counseling staff
- Conducts individual and group counseling sessions with residents when necessary
- Develops and evaluates provision of services for residents
- Reviews resident charts for treatment compliance
- Interviews residents; may administer clinical assessments
- Ensures that group and individual counseling sessions are conducted and documented as required by contract
- Assists program directors in overseeing the activities of a professional treatment staff
- Ensures that all personnel meets and maintains required certifications
- Identify relevant research identifying effective treatment approaches
- Coordinates and/or provides training and development of clinical personnel
- Maintaining effective working relationships with treatment personnel, company management and contracting agencies
- Attends mandatory training programs and staff development programs
- Assists program directors and clinical staff in ensuring that all services meet acceptable standards, and
- Develops and monitors appropriate treatment protocols, including therapy and counseling
- Assists program directors in ensuring a continuum of clinical services are maintained campus wide
- All other duties as assigned by supervision
This position requires a bachelor’s degree, supplemented by a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling or relative field and five years of managerial experience in clinical treatment. Incumbent must be a Licensed Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LCADC). Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) license required for DMHAS contracts.