Ensure compliance with all local, state, federal and Colonial Management Group, LP rules, regulations and policies
Ensure clinic operates within all budgets, including payroll, supplies and overtime
Actively recruit for all clinic staff including contract labor
Responsible for accurate daily accounting of all cash transactions and daily accounting of medication inventory at the clinic
Provide administrative and clinical supervision to staff
Monitor all clinic staff and contract labor in the performance of their duties and responsibilities
Keep Colonial Management Group informed through the Regional Director of any significant events or regulatory issues
Make timely recommendations to address any regulatory concerns or significant issues that occur within the clinic
Establish and maintain positive working relationships with local, state and federal authorities as necessary
Guides, coaches and disciplines all staff within their clinic according to Colonial Management Group, LP standards
Ensure appropriate staff levels of qualified personnel are maintained in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations and Colonial Management Group, LP policies
Provide quarterly quality assurance reviews
Achieve a three-year accreditation award from recognized accrediting bodies through daily application and conformance with national accreditation standards
Prepare and submit annual, quarterly, monthly, weekly and daily reports as requested and required
Ensure all patients and staff have completed all intake, admission, discharge and aftercare paperwork
Develop patient group session schedules for counseling staff
Ensure proper training and development for all clinic staff
Ensure patient progress is accurately documented by all staff
Identify and address all clinic needs
Report abuse, maltreatment and patient grievances to Regional Director
Monitor all patient activities
Participate in community relations/activities
Ensure staff members have clear understanding of Colonial Management Group, LP's policies and procedures
Ensure staff compliance with 42 CFR Part 2 and 45 CFR parts 160 & 164
Obtain/Maintain proper licensure/certification according to state requirements
Participate in CARF conformance and state audit process
Conduct treatment team and staff meetings regularly
Report all incidents at clinic level to superiors
Hold first interaction with all legal documents and is responsible for ensuring they are handled accordingly
Complete staff and contract employee's annual performance reviews
Ensure completion of Stakeholder Surveys at clinic level
End of year data gathering
Third party billing clinics only: cross-train all clinic staff on deductible conversion and all third party billing requirements.
(Scope of the person's authority, including a list of jobs that report to this job).
Manage a clinical staff of 10 - 15 employees and all contract labor.
Education, Licensure and/or Certification needed per Ohio state requirements.
LPCC, LISW with scope of practice in (AOD) Alcohol and Other Drugs
Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor III-E
LICDC - CS
Minimum Bachelor's Degree in Human Services field; Master's Preferred.
Minimum 2 years work experience in the drug and alcohol treatment milieu.
Minimum of four (4) years of experience in one or more of the following fields: substance abuse, psychology, sociology, counseling or another related field.
Must have prior experience in Operations/ Management with a minimum of two (2) years of experience with progressive leadership.
Knowledge of Methadone, general counseling practices, Federal Confidentiality Law, KIPAA & ethics
Basic knowledge of all Microsoft products, Google Business Suite a plus.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
Ability to multi-task and prioritize workload
Third party billing and payment experiencepreferred; includes Medicare and Commercial payor
Full competitive benefits package
Company sponsored ongoing training and certification opportunities
Early hours to support work/life balance
Light physical activity in day to day responsibilities