If you are looking for a fulfilling career that lets you improve lives and create bright futures with people in our community, consider applying for a position with Aldea! Aldea is the essential community partner for children and families in crisis and knows that in a family’s most critical moments, the company of a trusted professional can mean the difference between strength and suffering. Our staff are the foundation of all we do and creating a work environment that values and respects our staff is our priority.
The Senior Director provides oversight and leadership to Aldea’s Behavioral Health and/or Social Services programs in Napa, Solano and Sonoma Counties, including Specialty Mental Health/EPSDT, Substance Use Disorder Services (SUDS), Foster Care and Adoptions, and Victim Services. Aldea’s priority is to assist, support, and strengthen our community's most vulnerable members in ways that are respectful of the diversity of clients and clients’ needs. Program services are provided at Aldea clinic sites in Napa, Sonoma and Solano Counties, at school sites, family homes, partner community sites, and various community settings.
What does Aldea have to offer?
• Experience in a state of the art Council on Accreditation (COA) agency to ensure best practices and high quality services.
• Be part of a team of passionate, collaborative, and dedicated professionals where staff input is highly valued.
• A flexible work schedule that promotes the importance of work-life balance
• 14 Paid Holidays
• Vacation accrue 20 days first year, up to 30 days per year based on length of service
• Excellent benefits package to meet the needs of staff and their families including medical coverage (Aldea pays your deductible!) and dental, vision, life insurance and EAP at no cost to employees!
• Company cell phone to promote separation of work and home life
• Generous retirement up to 5% employer match contributions after 6 months of service (includes free Financial Planning)
Oversee the delivery of a selection of Aldea’s Napa, Solano and Sonoma County services and ensure services are provided in ways that are trauma-informed, strengths-based, and clinically sound. This includes, in partnership with Program Directors.
1. Master’s degree from an accredited or state approved graduate school in social work (MSW) or related Master’s degree program; clinical license preferred.
2. Experience in Behavioral Health and/or Social Services management (5+ years’ experience preferred).
3. Current knowledge of California Medi-Cal billing preferred.
4. Excellent leadership and communication skills and demonstrated ability to motivate a team as well as the desire and ability to participate at the executive team level.
5. Management, organization, planning, and problem-solving skills.
6. Exceptional relationship and team building skills.
7. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
8. Commitment to the mission, values, and goals of the agency.