Clinical Program Manager- (LCSW, MFT)
Posted on: September 21, 2023
If you want to make a positive impact in a child's life, then
this is the place for you!This Jobot Job is hosted by: Rey
RoblesAre you a fit? Easy Apply now by clicking the "Apply" button
and sending us your resume.Salary: $70,000 - $75,000 per yearA bit
about us:Our organization provides a spectrum of services for youth
in crisis across the Northern California Region. The continuum of
care we offer includes an on-site preschool for the youngest
survivors of family trauma; outpatient mental health care for
children residing in the community dealing with anxiety and
depression; and residential treatment for children who have
suffered abuse, neglect or other trauma.Why join us?If you are
looking to positively impact children's lives, then this is the
place for you! We offer an array of benefits listed below.Medical
coverage provided by Kaiser or Western Health Advantage Dental
coverage provided by GuardianVision coverage provided by VSP401(k)
planMutual of OmahaLife and AD & D InsuranceFlexible Spending
AccountsVacation and Sick leave accrualsTuition
reimbursementEmployee Assistance ProgramJob DetailsPosition
Summary:The Clinical Program Manager is responsible for planning,
organizing, coordinating, and supervising administrative and
clinical activities in support of the programs. The Clinical
Program Manager must plan, prioritize, supervise, and review the
work of assigned clinical staff. He/she will also establish and
implement operational and/or clinical processes, methods, and
procedures in support of the assigned program and to function as a
proactive and positive team leader.Essential Duties and
Responsibilities:Clinical Program Administration
- Implement clinical program consistent with the over-all agency
treatment philosophy and within professional perimeters for best
- Plan, organize, manage, and coordinate the operational,
administrative, and clinical activities in support of the mental
health and social work programs.
- Participate in the development and implementation of the
assigned program's mission, goals, and objectives.
- Review and evaluate operations and activities of assigned
program on a continual basis.
- Oversee and participate in treatment planning and/or case
management meeting and activities.
- Oversee, coordinate, and participate in client evaluations,
program admissions, and discharge planning for the assigned
- Ensure prompt and appropriate attention to crisis management
- Provide Clinical Supervision.Personnel and Quality Management
- Supervises and supports the clinical staff performing direct
care to clients and families.
- Assists staff with identification of individual skill or
knowledge deficits and facilitate availability of learning
opportunities and develop and administer a plan for
- Adhere to policies, procedures and regulations of the Receiving
Home and Mental Health contract.
- Ensure orientation and training for new staff and subsequently
ensure staff is enrolled in and/or have completed required
- Oversee staff, providing the necessary and appropriate
counseling or disciplinary action in accordance with agency
policies, consulting with the Director of Clinical Programs and
Human Resources when major disciplinary action is needed.
- Oversees and participate in the interviewing and hiring
process, ensuring compliance with all agency and regulatory
policies, practices and laws.
- Oversee staff schedules ensuring overtime usage stays within
- Responsible for the collection, review, approval and submission
of direct reports' timesheets.
- Ensure completion and routing of all required original
personnel and training forms and records to the Human Resources and
Training Departments respectively.
- Conduct timely performance evaluations for direct reports as
well as monitoring timeliness of all performance evaluations.
- Participate in Agency-wide quality management efforts and
- Model, train to, and support the principles and practices of
- Create and maintain a focus on outcomes for assigned
- Responsible for maintaining cost control activities to stay on
target with annual budget. Receives monthly departmental financial
reports and prepares corrective action plan for any major
variances.Administration and Program Development
- Provide leadership and support to the program planning and
development functions for assigned clinical program consistent with
specific professional expertise.
- Participate in the development and implementation of divisional
and agency-wide policies and procedures.
- Establish and maintain a variety of record keeping and
documentation processes and systems for assigned clinical
- Act as liaison between the clinical team and other agency
programs, community organization, outside resources, and existing
and potential client base.
- Ensures that communication channels are open and flowing;
discuss with the appropriate residential and support services staff
member(s); regarding clients' activities, behaviors, and
inter-related program operations.
- Works with the Clinical Director and program team members to
implement clinical department goals and program objectives.Other
- Attend external meetings in compliance with contract
requirements and keep current with mental health department
policies and procedures. Present information gathered at external
meetings to clinical team.
- Prepare reports as necessary to funding agents.
- Facilitate weekly clinical team meetings and internal
- Attend external training/conferences to meet licensing
requirements and keep up to date with current information and
- Present information gathered at conferences at clinical
meetings and staff in services/training as appropriate.
- Perform other duties as assigned.Supervisory
Responsibilities:Directly supervises and supports assigned Clinical
or Mental Health Staff.Qualifications:To perform this job
successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential
duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are
representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
Ability to work varied hours including nights, weekends and
holidays. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable
individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
- A graduate degree in psychology, social work, counseling, child
development, or related field is required.
- A graduate degree in social work is preferred.
- Possession of a valid California LCSW, MFT, LPCC, or Psychology
License is preferred.
- Registration with the Board of Behavioral Sciences is
- Two years' experience in a clinical and/or residential setting
working with children is preferred.
- Two years' experience as a supervisor is preferred.Licenses,
- Must possess a valid California Driver's License.
- Must be at least 21 years of age.
- Must pass First Aid certification course before start of
employment. Certification can be completed through the
- Must pass CPR within the first six weeks of employment
- Must pass Bloodborne Pathogens and Therapeutic Crisis
Intervention (TCI) certification courses offered through the
organization within the first three months of employment.
- Must maintain TCI, CPR, First Aid and BBP Certification
- Must complete online Mandated Reporter Training within first
week of employmentInterested in hearing more? Easy Apply now by
clicking the "Apply" button.
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