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Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center Director of Clinical Services in Miles City, Montana

CLASS TITLE:Director of Clinical ServicesFLSA: ExemptDEPARTMENT: ClinicalFTE: 1ACCOUNTABLE TO: CEO Wage: $85,000-$90,000 / yr. (DOE)HOURS: 40 per weekBasic Purpose: Responsible for the overall quality of dual diagnosis capable services through oversight of clinical policy development, programming, quality improvement, and staff competencies.Clinical:•Ensures that the most effective treatment approaches are utilized; developing new models of treatment.•Monitors regulatory and clinical standards; productivity and quality assurance efforts, meet contractual reporting requirements and performance standards.•Updates, maintains and complies with EMCMHC’s policies and procedures as it relates to all clinical program operations.•Available for crisis consultation as needed. Capable of appropriate independent judgment to determine appropriate course of action in resolving problems and in emergencies.•Facilitates critical incident reviews and staff debriefings.Leadership:•Serves as a member of the Administration Team and works collaboratively to ensure all agency clinical operations are integrated and functioning well.•Provides leadership for initiatives to improve/maintain a positive work climate that is trauma-informed.•Provides overall programmatic and clinical oversight to assure consistency and continuity in the provision of services.•Trains, coaches and mentors direct care staff to achieve established goals.•Ensures compliance with agency training requirements, for self and staff.•Oversees certification site visit preparation, and program audit visits and reports.•Assists with program development as well as ensures compliance with policies and procedures directly related to risk and funding mandates.•Monitors and helps develop programmatic fiscal budgets.•Liaison with appropriate mental health departments, community agencies and private practitioners.•Other administrative duties as assigned.Qualifications:•Master’s degree in Social Work, or Professional Counseling.•At least five years of supervisory experience working in a mental health, substance use disorder, or dual diagnosis program and skilled in training, coaching and mentoring multidisciplinary staff.•Minimum of five years of experience in mental health treatment, substance abuse treatment or related social services experience.•Must be able to maintain flexible work schedule in accordance with client and program needs.•Excellent communication skills - interpersonal, verbal, presentation and written (also with ability to meet required standards of documentation).•Proficiency with Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint•Proficiency with Electronic Health RecordsRequired Licenses and Certifications:LCSW or LCPC with dual licensure preferred; will be required to obtain Montana Professional Person certification