Clinical Services Director

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Post Date: Mar 27, 2023
Job Type: Full Time
Start Date: May 15, 2023
Salary: 100,000-120,000
Location: US - California - San Francisco
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As the Clinical Services Director and a member of the Leadership Team, you will lead and oversee SEADC’s Health and Wellness Services, leading the way in fostering a healthy, thriving, and self-sufficient Southeast Asian American community through the provision of culturally appropriate support for their physical and mental well-being.

Collaborating closely with the Leadership Team and reporting to the Director of Programs, you will provide programmatic oversight for our Health and Wellness Services and lead its multiple services , supporting over 150 low-income Southeast Asian youth and adults each year and oversee health education and prevention programming for youth and families in the community. You will ensure that the behavioral health services adhere to all county and state documentation standards, HIPAA regulations, and quality assurance protocols. You will ensure that culturally competent and trauma-informed services are provided and participate in continuous quality improvement.

    Direct Services Program Leadership
    Clinical Services Management and Supervision

Direct Services Program Leadership

    Oversee and support the program development, implementation, and evaluation of clinical services in alignment with SEADC’s mission and strategic plan
    In collaboration with the Leadership Team, managers and direct service staff help foster an integrated approach to client care

    Support the expansion of programming to include the creation of collective healing spaces that are community-driven and informed by data collected from the community
    In collaboration with the Leadership Team and Program Managers, recruit direct service staff, conduct new direct service staff orientation, training, and mentorship to foster a strong and cohesive client care team, facilitating communication and coordinating workflow, resources, and priorities to meet programmatic goals and objectives.
    Participate in the evaluation of program performance and development of new programs and services and works collaboratively with community agencies to maintain and improve interagency coordination of care

Clinical Services Management and Supervision

    Manage and oversee direct service programming including client caseloads, the delivery of psychological, behavioral health, clinical training, and community outreach while ensuring providers follow ethical, legal, and regulatory requirements set forth by SEADC policies and procedures and federal and state laws, including the California Board of Psychology and Board of Behavioral Sciences.
    Provide clinical supervision, consultation, and professional development support for direct services staff and program managers.
    Coordinates the referral and Intake process, assignment of caseloads, implements policies and procedures to ensure and improve the quality of care
    Oversee and conduct case note reviews, monitor staff compliance with productivity, documentation
    timeliness, standards, and clinical interventions to ensure quality assurance compliance and continuous quality improvement
    Update, maintain, and comply with SEADC’s policies and procedures as it relates to all clinical program operations
    Ensure appropriate responses to emergency/crises and incident reporting and provides
    Provide consultation, debriefing, and support to staff following a crisis or other difficult clinical situations
    Cover groups and individual sessions when staff are absent

Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D or Ph.D.), Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work (MSW), or Counseling Psychology (MFT)
    Current California licensure as LMFT, LCSW, LPCC (at least 2 years)
    A minimum of 4 years of experience providing behavioral health services for individuals, families & groups from diverse and underserved populations
    A minimum of 2 years of management/supervisor experience in a behavioral health setting

Knowledge of clinical documentation (treatment plans, progress notes, etc.)
    Experience in performing risk assessment and crisis intervention
    Knowledge of evidence-based practices such as DBT, CBT, and MI is highly desirable
    Experience with electronic medical records, strong computer skills, and proficiency with Microsoft Office applications
    Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal skills
    Excellent organization and problem-solving skills and ability to multitask and

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