This position has primary responsibilityfor managing the implementation of Pathway to Well Being, developing community resources, formal and informal support and supervision of FSP staff,
fiscal services, and program services.
Master's degree in child counseling, development or psychology, social services or vocational counseling or related social science field
plus at least four (4) years of experience in a mental health field and one (1) year in a leadership role
BBS Licensed as LMFT, LCSW, LPCC, or
Ability to provide Clinical Supervision
per BBS regulations
Demonstrated program leadership and people management
Good organizational, writing, and time management skills;
Demonstrated knowledge of mental health laws and
regulations, ethical standards, practice standards, and documentation
Demonstrated understanding of psychiatric illness and its
Ability to interact and communicate both verbally and in
writing with clients, parents, schools, other staff, physicians, county
agencies, other health care and social services providers and the public;
Ability to understand and work with clients from diverse
cultural backgrounds in a positive manner;
Demonstrated understanding and knowledge of county and
Ability to sit for long periods, up to 3 hours at a time
2.Ability to drive within
the community in personal and company vehicles
POTENTIAL JOB HAZARDS
Potential for eye and wrist strain from computer screen
and minor lacerations from paper cuts.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
trains, and supervises Pathway to Well Being staff and infuses a “whatever it takes” approach
into the program.
on-going training, support, supervision, and evaluation of team members’
individual performance. Ensures
adherence to BBS requirements when providing clinical supervision to
appropriate intern/associate staff. Use
in vivo supervision as appropriate.
3.Develops the program model’s framework with the
Administrator and works with and holds staff expectations within the program
model’s framework, including appropriate Evidence-Based Practices, to provide
services to youth and families referred to the Pathway to Well Being program.
referrals of Pathway to Well Being eligible youth and families.
on-going relations with other CBOs, health care facilities, placement centers,
faith-based communities, and other resources necessary to affect the continuum
of care for youth and families in the community.
the documentation of funds.
accurate and timely documentation of services within the electronic health
by phone to assist in crisis intervention and provide support and assistance in
as a member of the Central Star Management Team. Attends regular management meetings; prepares
and presents program data at TQM meetings.
Regularly meets with Supervisor to share and problem solve program and
Participates in various client team meetings on an
as-needed basis, including Treatment Teams, Family Therapy sessions, and CFT
meetings to support the team with meeting the client’s and family’s needs.
Implements processes to promote
Pathway to Well Being employees’ compliance with Central Stars’ expectation related to billable
hours and documentation timeliness.
Coordinates community contacts
for events and services to be brought into the program. Develops and maintains
a list of available resources accessible to all team members and families.
Ability and willingness to contribute to agency quality
Participates in the agency’s and SBHG’s Total Quality
Management and Continuous Quality Improvement systems which support compliance
with Joint Commission and other accreditation standards as applicable.
6.Participates in TQM
activities as requested including CQI subcommittees, probes, peer review, audit
and/or tracer activities.
This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive
and employee will also perform other reasonably related duties as assigned by
the Administrator or his/her designee as needed.
ability to engage clients and families.
ability to assess and diagnose clients with emotional disturbances.
ability to formulate and implement an effective treatment plan.
understanding of psychiatric illness and its treatment as appropriate for Scope
understanding of Company’s Compliance Program and Code of Ethics.
understanding of laws and regulation affecting behavioral health clinical care.
to perform clear and concise documentation including use of the EMR where
to drive to and from clients’ homes in personal vehicle if applicable.
understanding of how to behave in a safe manner while seeing clients in the
community or facility as applicable.
Demonstrated ability to recognize dangerous behavior by
clients and intervene as appropriate.