$100K - $150K(Ladders Estimates)
Hartgrove Behavioral Health System is a 160-bed leading psychiatric hospital dedicated to providing quality behavioral health services for its diverse population of children, adolescents and adults. As a leader in behavioral health within UHS and in the Chicago area, Hartgrove is a state-of-the-art facility offering some of the most advanced technologies and programs found in the behavioral health field. Hartgrove is a Joint Commission accredited and state licensed facility focused on short-term crisis stabilization programs. We provide fully accredited educational programs, comprehensive Behavioral Health services, along with an array of additional services, while utilizing a holistic treatment approach.
The Hospital is seeking a Clinical Director for one of our outpatient clinics: Chatham Family Counseling Center located at 1111 E. 87th Street in Chicago, Illinois. The role includes direct service, supervision of MA-level clinicians and both doctoral and MA-level trainees, as well as administrative responsibilities within the clinic and hospital setting.
Responsibilities include the following:
• Provide general oversight of clinical and administrative operations at Chatham Family Counseling Center.
• Provide individual, family or group therapy to children, adolescents and adults.
• Supervise staff and a group of practicum trainees.
• Develop and maintain excellent standards within Clinical Training Program.
• Ensure appropriate documentation and delivery of clinical services by staff and trainees.
• Provide professional presentations at Hartgrove Hospital and within the community.
• Conduct thorough initial and ongoing assessments to determine needs of patients and if necessary makes referral to an appropriate provider, service or agency.
• Licensed Clinical Psychologist or license eligible in the state of Illinois.
• PhD or PsyD is required.
• 3 years experience working as either an inpatient hospital and/or outpatient behavioral health clinic required.
• Previous experience providing supervision to clinicians and/or trainees strongly desired.
• Knowledge of general and psychiatric principles, working concepts and theory, age-specific growth and development, crisis and behavior management, individual, group and family therapy.
• Able to work cooperatively with other site staff and involved community agencies.
• Good organization skills, as well as oral and written communication skills.
Valid Through: 2019-9-17