The Treatment Director oversees the coordination and administration of all aspects of an ongoing treatment program including planning, organizing, staffing, leading, and controlling program activities.
- Provide leadership and supervision of department staff through, direction, input, feedback, and role modeling.
- Review, and evaluate the work of assigned staff; and supervise effectively in concert with agency and licensure guidelines.
- Ensure the duties of the position are performed in accordance with contract, ACA, licensure, and corporate standards.
- Planning, coordinating, and directing the delivery of services in accordance with company, licensure, and contractual guidelines.
- Plan and organize resources to meet contract requirements.
- Generating accurate, complete, and timely reports as required by the company and contracting agencies.
- Communicate in a clear complete and accurate manner in writing, oral and other presentations as directed.
- Understanding, enforcing, and monitoring compliance with company policies and procedures.
- Hiring, developing, and supervising personnel qualified to meet performance expectations.
- Oversees and evaluates the provision of services for clients through documented supervision and management of the clinical supervisor and/or staff.
- Organizing resources and establishing program goals and objectives to achieve desired outcomes.
- Establishing and maintaining a productive relationship with contracting agency and community representatives
- Being responsible for appropriate inter/intra agency communications at all levels.
- Maintaining acceptable attendance and able to meet all physical requirements.
- Working a flexible schedule, including evening and weekends.
- Required to attend all mandatory training classes in accordance with Kintock training policies and licensing agency.
- To attain and maintain security clearance from the DOC and other contracting agencies as required.
- Accepting other work-related duties assigned by the Site Administrator.
Five years of professional experience in a helping profession, with three years’ experience in a supervisory or managerial role.
LCADC and CCS required
Master’s degree in a helping profession, licensed as a clinical drug and alcohol counselor, and certified/approved as a clinical supervisor.