Director of Area Services
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Position: Director of Area Services
Location: Easthampton, MA
Are you ready to make a meaningful impact on the lives of children and adolescents? Join a team that is dedicated to fostering excellence in both foster care and outpatient clinic services. As the Director of Area Services, you will play a pivotal role in shaping the overall operation, management, and clinical integrity of our programs. We’re not just seeking an administrator; we’re looking for a compassionate leader who thrives in a collaborative environment and is committed to delivering quality care.
Your Mission: As the Director, you will lead the charge in planning, developing, and implementing services that truly make a difference. Your analytical problem-solving skills, adaptability, and excellent communication will be invaluable in establishing guidelines, policies, and procedures for client care. Working closely with the Executive Team, you will oversee the budget, ensuring fiscal responsibility while championing the quality of care provided to our clients.
Compassionate Leadership: Your leadership extends beyond administrative tasks. You will hire, train, and manage staff, fostering a team that shares your commitment to excellence. As a member of the Management Team, your collaboration with the VP of Community Based Services will contribute to the overall success of the agency, shaping the planning and development of new programs and services.
Clinical Excellence: Ensure the adequacy, appropriateness, and quality of client care, adhering to standards and regulations set forth by state agencies. You will oversee diagnostic evaluations, the case review process, and implementation of UR findings. Your role includes developing and monitoring quality clinical performance indicators and leading the QA process for the Northeast area.
Qualifications for Success: To succeed in this role, you bring a wealth of experience as a licensed psychologist, social worker, or mental health professional. Your five years of full-time supervised clinical experience, including two years in an administrative capacity, will be complemented by an additional two years of full-time clinical experience in a multi-disciplinary mental health setting. You maintain clinical licensure and possess a minimum of five years of experience in personnel and fiscal management.
Join Our Team: If you are a dynamic professional with a genuine passion for making a positive impact, we invite you to apply. This role goes beyond a job description; it’s an opportunity to contribute to the well-being of our community’s children and adolescents. Become a vital part of the mission, where your dedication will be recognized and your contributions celebrated.
Apply now and be part of a team that cares deeply about both its patients and its people. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.