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Allies In Caring
Remote Bilingual Clinical Director
Specializing in bilingual services (English, Spanish, ASL), Allies in Caring's interventions are sensitive to the complex interaction of abilities/disabilities, family, social, and cultural dynamics that make each individual unique. Our team is dedicated to helping underserved youth, adults and families who have emotional and behavioral problems move toward recovery, health, connection and greater independence through counseling, education, and community support.
The Clinical Director is responsible for ensuring sound clinical procedures and practices and the clinical and operational oversight of staff and interns. Oversight includes existing programs such as Intensive In-Community Services (IIC), Intensive In-Home services (IIH), Individual Support Services (ISS), Respite Services and Outpatient Therapy (on-site and remote), Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services and future programs that are implemented. This position will promote a culture of clinical excellence that meets and exceeds service delivery expectations.
Ensuring all aspects of client care meet or exceed service delivery expectations
Supporting administrative operations of programs and, as needed, other administrative functions of the organization
Providing clinical supervision including ensuring development of the individual treatment plan, file audits, reinforcing sound clinical program procedures and practices and addressing any issues related to clinical practice
Providing10 hours of weekly direct services and supporting child family team meetings as needed
Collaborating on the development of new programming and strategies for continued clinical growth
Liaising with community stakeholders including discussing concerns and coordinating/attending meetings with AIC team and stakeholders
Maintaining up to date knowledge of applicable regulations, including New Jersey mental health and DDD, and licensing standards
Ensuring clinical activities, policies, processes, documentation and record management systems are compliant with company, state and federal regulations
Developing and implementing clinical training programs
Participating in the hiring process for positions related to clinical services
Ongoing professional development related to position
Other responsibilities as assigned
Skills & Requirements:
Commitment to vision and mission of the organization
Active State of New Jersey LCSW or LPC
Bilingual in Spanish, preferred
Experience working with youth, adults and families
Excellent communication, mentoring and management skills and demonstrated ability to supervise and train others
Detail oriented while meeting deadlines in a fast-paced environment. Must be flexible and open to changing needs and priorities.
Aptitude in resolving issues and conflict
Proficient in Microsoft Office 365 and the use of electronic health records
Ability to work independently as well as within teams of diverse groups of people across departments and in the community
Strong knowledge and understanding of standards, legislation, trends, state of New Jersey regulations and guidelines, and federal regulations and guidelines related to the position and provision of clinical services
Allies in Caring is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Allis in Caring is following State of NJ and CDC Covid-19 safety guidelines.
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