The Clinical Manager for the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) program who will oversee all clinical aspects of services for an assigned team(s). Manages, directs, and leads the treatment services provided, provides administrative and clinical supervision, and provides direct clinical services based on client and agency need. The Manager must be able to manage staff to key performance indicators and understand key data, metrics, and agency budget/financials.
Exhibits leadership and team-building skills to promote a patient-accountable culture among the team, among the department, and across the agency.
Demonstrates leadership and supervision skills that lead to acceptable/expected levels of productivity, efficiency and effectiveness of team members in expecting and providing excellent care to clients.
Works in coordination with other Clinical Managers and staff to ensure coverage of services, supervision, and crisis support across teams and programs.
Audits clients records to ensure compliance with quality standards and specifically monitors treatment plans, progress notes, medication, education and management, discharge summaries and plans.
Ensures compliance with regulations and guidelines issued by the District of Columbia Departments of Behavioral Health and Health; Medicaid Program and other applicable laws and regulations and professional standards.
Trains staff, manages, coordinates, evaluates and supervises all operations within assigned clinical staff and treatment services.
Provides personnel management functions for all assigned staff including supervision, annual evaluations, involvement in hiring, disciplinary actions, etc. and in consultation with Human Resources.
Provides individual and group supervision to improve the skills and production of staff.
Assists in innovation, development and implementation and evaluation of services.
Participates in staff meetings, serves on committees as appointed, and is actively involved in the engagement and retention initiatives of direct reports.
Provides direct services as budgeted
Provides leadership and supervision to support the team in fulfilling or exceeding budgeted service expectations.
Maintains client records and completes all documentation on a real-time basis.
Assists with preparing the team for accreditation, licensure, certification and audits.
Ensures clinical documentation meets compliance standards/guidelines.
Ensures customer satisfaction for both internal and external customers.
Works with others to secure new business, referrals and relationships for agency.
Keeps current with trends and developments related to essential job competencies, and demonstrates continued growth.
Masters degree in Social Work, Mental Health field.
Must be a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW); Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in District of Columbia
Two-three years of experience in the field
Hillcrest Children And Family Center