Divisional Clinical Coordinator
Expand Your Skills and Enjoy Excellent Training, Career Options and a Great Culture
Make your mark & take your career to the next level in this diverse, wide-reaching role.
Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services has been a leading provider of community mental health and substance use services since 1942. Dedicated to serving communities where stigma or poverty limits access, Didi Hirsch helps more than 90,000 children and adults each year from 11 locations and 100 schools throughout Los Angeles and Orange counties. We are committed to excellence, diversity and opportunity, and our staffers are dedicated and enthusiastic individuals who make a difference in the lives of the children, adults and older adults we serve.
Top three reasons to bring your career to Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services:
This is a diverse role, allowing you to expand your skills.
This is a great opportunity to start building a rewarding career with a leader in community mental health services.
You will find a strong family-like culture here; people enjoy working together to help some of the most vulnerable members of our communities improve the quality of their lives.
Under the supervision of the Division Director, this position will be responsible for improving the clinical quality of the programs while improving the retention and job satisfaction of staff.
Your key duties will include:
Develop a comprehensive program to support clinical supervision teams which will include:
Mentoring of newer Program Directors
Providing support for Assistant Program Directors
Creating a comprehensive program to support Lead Clinical Supervisors which will involve facilitation of regularly held meetings to borrow and share best practices for supervision, how to integrate creative interventions into PEI and improve fidelity to the models.
Helping supervisors in the Child and Family Division effectively develop clinicians who are not2-year post licensure.
Helping the supervisors of Care Coordinators utilize/share best practices
Creating a protocol, using best practices, for the facilitation of group supervision within the Child and Family Division
Helping to set up and/or more effectively utilize MDT meetings in the Child and Family Division
Provide direct supervision to Child and Family staff when needed in both individual and group format
Oversee the EBP Champions to improve effective use of PEIs and help the Champions provide on-going support around the PEI for supervisors and clinicians
Assist with implementation of grants for the Child and Family Division, in conjunction with the Division Director and the Program Directors, as well as with Finance, Training and Best Practices departments.
Act as liaison for the Division's Child Abduction Reunification program; assigning cases to the various sites, tracking referrals, attending monthly meetings, creating annual reports for the Department of Mental Health.
Oversee trainings that need to be rolled out regularly for the Child and Family Division and coordinating with the Training department as needed.
Coordinate of Child and Family program-wide initiatives as needed.
Help specific Child and Family Programs with tasks that will improve the efficiency of the programs as identified by Program Directors or Division Director
Attend, participate, lead and/or facilitate routinely scheduled meetings, workshops or trainings as requested or required for the Program, Division or Agency.
Work with Best Practices to develop measures to assess the effectiveness of the strategies employed in this position to improve job satisfaction of staff and quality of care for clients.
Other duties as assigned.
To meet the basic qualification for this role, you will have legal authorization to work permanently in the United States for any employer without requiring a visa transfer or visa sponsorship. In addition, to perform effectively in this position, the employee in this position is required to:
Master's degree in Social Work.
2 years or more experience providing mental health services within the targeted population as a registered clinician.
Advanced knowledge of the transitional age youth or older adult populations related to all aspects of mental health services.
Demonstrated creativity around providing outreach and engagement to specific populations resulting in an increase in service utilization.
Working knowledge of contracts and grants management.
Working knowledge of Agency policies and procedures, HIPAA, DMH, DHS, Department of Social Services and other state, federal regulations relating to mental health services.
The skill to present ideas, information, and viewpoints clearly, both verbally and in writing.
Personal computer skills including word processing, spreadsheets, and other related software.
Ability to use analysis, experience, and judgment to make effective decisions.
Commitment to team objectives and Didi Hirsch philosophies.
Ability to adapt to changing needs by acquiring new skills and knowledge.
Current California driver's license and a driving record acceptable to the Agency's insurance carrier.
Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.
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