SUPD- Program Director needed in Aberdeen

Aberdeen, WA 9852

Employment Type: Full-Time Direct Hire Category: Program Director Job Number: 4256

Job Description

SUDP Program Director – Aberdeen

Major Duties:
The Program Director works closely with the Chief Clinical Officer, Chief Financial Officer and the Chief Executive Officer and is responsible for the provision of clinical services to patients enrolled in their assigned unit. This position provides program oversight and clinical supervision for all counseling staff on their assigned unit including clinical service delivery, maintenance of patient records, contract compliance, public relations, and liaison with various government and private agencies and officials. This position is a member of the Management Team. In fulfilling these duties, the incumbent performs the following duties independently:

• Review Washington Administrative Codes (WACs) and Revised Codes (RCWs) and Federal regulations pertaining to substance use disorder and mental health treatment and develop and implement policies and procedures to comply with said codes and regulations;
• Ensure that continuous quality improvement addresses both patient needs and compliance with WACs, RCWs, and Federal Regulations;
• Ensure that the agency treatment programs are maintained in such a way to be in substantial compliance with Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DBHR) and Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF);
• Prepares and submits statistical reports to the Chief Clinical Officer for program compliance with contract performance indicators;
• Provides clinical supervision of treatment services including case staffing, chart entries, case audits, and treatment plan reviews;
• Orientation of all new staff to their assigned unit;
• Ensure compliance with all applicable contracts;
• Prepare and present in-service training to staff in order to meet the needs of the changing trends in substance use disorder and mental health treatment;
• In conjunction with the Chief Financial Officer, ensure that assigned units are financially stable;
• Provide direct services to patients as needed; and
• Other duties as assigned.

• A masters' degree or further advanced degree in psychology, social work, counseling or related field from an accredited college or university required;• SUDP WA State Credential;
• Licensed as a mental health counselor, licensed marriage and family therapist, or licensed clinical social worker required;
• 3 years supervisory experience in a state approved chemical dependency treatment program preferred;
• Ability to meet the licensing requirements of a Chemical Dependency Professional in Washington State (CDP) consistent with WAC 388-877 and RCW 18.205 at hire preferred;
• Previous documented experience working with an understanding of statistical methods, managing budgets, supervision of personnel and program management;

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Meet Your Recruiter

Brooke Olson
National Recruiting Manager

Recruiting is a great way to combine two fields that I love — human resources and human services. I believe that my knowledge of the human services field helps me so much in my position as a behavioral health recruiter. I am truly able to understand what client companies are looking for in a candidate, and in turn, I can help job candidates locate a job they love.
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