To apply please go to: https://www.healthright360.org/job/clinical-director-815-residential-services
The Residential Clinical Director functions as the on-site liaison between mental health services and other internal agency components as well as outside entities. Primary responsibilities include: contributing to the creation of the clinical schedule, assigning clients to staff and student therapists, chairing and creating the agenda for the weekly mental health team meeting, QI/QA responsibilities in regard to staff Drug Medi-Cal (DMC) documentation, and coordinating care with the medical team, including psychiatry, at HealthRIGHT 360 (HR360) clinics. Functions as liaison between the Mental Health component and Substance Use component of treatment and collaborates with 815 program director. Oversight and collaboration with DMC treatment teams. Consults with the Intake Department to ensure clients meet criteria for admission to the facility. The Clinical Director performs these duties in collaboration with the Director of Behavioral Health Operations and 815 program directors. Additional duties include assisting staff to achieve and maintain accuracy in multiple EHR systems, ensuring Mental Health clinical coverage, and providing or assigning crisis intervention services as needed. The Clinical Director also provides individual and group services to clients.
Clinical Director serves to ‘set the tone’ of treatment by working to establish, maintain and foster an environment of safety within the treatment facility.
Provides oversight for all treatment teams under the Drug Medi-Cal (DMC) model,
Consults with the Intake Department to ensure clients meet criteria for admission to the facility.
Ensure mental health coverage for the facility (e.g., assists staff in coordinating time off, ensuring coverage during the holidays and minimizing gaps in coverage due to required trainings, etc.).
Assist staff to achieve and maintain accuracy in multiple EHR systems, ensuring Mental Health clinical coverage, and providing or assigning crisis intervention services as needed.
Assist staff to ensure timely correction of errors for staff relating to multiple EHR systems with a maximum turnaround time of 24 business hours.
Assists clients and their care coordinators with referrals and other linkages to community resources.
Maintains composure even while under great pressure; handles complex problems and change with minimal supervision; demonstrates flexibility and versatility in achieving key goals and priorities.
Ability to work with a diverse population while withholding judgment. Willingly open to learn and understand different perspectives.
Uses active listening and discussion skills to identify issues, ensure understanding, and facilitate problem solving; works cooperatively with diverse groups; deals with others in a pleasant and professional manner; accurately assesses verbal and non-verbal cues.