Vice President of Program Enhancement with BRC
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Post Date: Oct 16, 2019
Job Type: Full Time
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Location: US - New York
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Description
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:         
The BRC Vice President of Program Enhancement will provide leadership to enhance the standards of care to greater levels of excellence, development of program staff planning and delivery of client service strategies across BRC's 30 programs, which offer a variety of mental health, substance abuse and supportive services for homeless and at-risk people. This position is essential for BRC to efficiently deliver client services and continuously improve the quality of these services. The position will oversee the implementation and ongoing use of evidence-based practices, and collaborate with Human Resources and other agency departments to develop and support staff in providing high-quality services. The position will also lead the development and management of a comprehensive, innovative value-based strategy for BRC's managed care driven substance abuse and mental health programs. This position reports to the Chief Operating Officer and is a member of the senior program management team, including incident review and other related internal committees.


ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
Researching, identify and shape the evidence-based practices used throughout the BRC clinical service network
Implement specific evidence-based practices through written materials and trainings for agency clinical staff
Develop and assist in implementation of a variety of other methods to ensure fidelity with specific clinical interventions
Align agency-wide programs with organizational values and history, leadership competencies, strategic plan and overall theory of change
Work closely with HR to ensure effective onboarding of all new employees across a variety of disciplines
Identify training needs and create training materials and tools that will support staff in providing client services and achieving BRC's mission
Work closely with stakeholders across the organization to develop and implement value-based strategies that maximizes client care, working relationships with health care partners, and third-party Medicaid revenues
Serve as a subject matter expert across BRC on Medicaid redesign and value-based or alternative reimbursement models
Represent the agency at meetings and networking events for service networks, public and private funding agencies, IPA meetings, health organizations to further the agency mission
Translates the needs of larger health systems to opportunities for the agency to engage in innovative practice, as well as to communicate the unique needs of the agency's client population to stakeholders from public and private funding agencies, IPA, and Health Homes.
Other duties as assigned

SKILLS:
Implementing use of evidence-based practices in behavioral health programs
Understanding of Medicaid Managed Care and provider contracting in a value-based setting; experience with IPAs or clinically integrated health systems
Developing and facilitating trainings for staff
Ability to manage and adapt to unexpected changes or issues
Detail-oriented organization and documentation skills
Effective interpersonal and communication skills
Concise and clear writing skills
Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Excel

QUALIFICATIONS:
Minimum 5 years experience in social service field
Minimum 2 years experience directly supervising staff
MSW, MPH, MPA or related Masters Degree required
Prior history of outstanding results in core job functions may be substituted for other requirements

Notes
ABOUT BRC:
BRC is among the most comprehensive, effective, and fastest growing agencies in NYC serving homeless New Yorkers. With a $91 million budget and over 1000 employees, BRC has 29 programs throughout the New York City area that work together to form a seamless continuum of caring and effective services to meet all of a client's needs.



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