Gateway Foundation Corrections is dedicated to rebuilding the lives of incarcerated individuals struggling with substance use disorders. In addition to a competitive salary, Gateway offers employees health benefits, dental insurance, career advancement, training and development, and on-site supervised hours for certification and licensure.
State Reentry Manager is responsible for state-wide pre-release and post-release program operations. Acts as Gateway Foundation's liaison to the State Agency for program matters and contract accountability. Oversees client services, and initiates corrective actions necessary to ensure program and contractual compliance, and service delivery objectives are met. Interviews, hires, and oversees the training, and when necessary, disciplines and discharges of assigned subordinates. Assist in planning and monitoring program budgets and expenditures; and developing and refining program policies, standards, and services.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Manages directly and through subordinate personnel, the day-to-day operation of assigned program. Ensures client needs and contractual obligations for quality and quantity of care are met.
Oversees services by auditing client records, reviewing client treatment and discharge plans, and conducting client case reviews to ensure consistent and timely treatment. Reviews compliance with established program objectives, government regulations, payers and accreditation standards. Redirects or motivates staff to meet service delivery objectives and compliance standards, or initiates corrective actions.
Conducts regular staff meetings to review treatment plans and documentation and provide advice and guidance in resolving complex case problems
Develops and refines program policies and procedures to ensure quality care and compliance with contract. May research, plan, secure approval of, and implement new or enhance program services.
Assists in planning and administering program budgets by controlling purchases, reviewing and approving budgeted expenditures, monitoring budget variances, and recommending corrective actions as necessary.
Serves as program liaison, and maintains and fosters cooperative working relationships with variety of referral resources and services, community organizations, and criminal justice and social service agencies.
Compiles various operational and clinical data and information, and prepares related analyses and reports for review and use in evaluating program services, contract compliance, and achievement of service delivery objectives. Assists in developing recommendations to improve overall program quality and effectiveness.
Travels to various correctional institutions and community programs to monitor the work of assigned staff; to establish working relationship with the Department of Corrections' administration, community organizations and community partners. This position will require approximately 50% travel.
Bachelor's degree in psychology, social work, mental health or a closely related field; Master's degree preferred.
Ability to plan, oversee and evaluate work of assigned staff; serve as professional resource in resolving complex case problems; and schedule and direct the work of others; at a level normally acquired through three to five years, progressively more responsible experience in program operations, with at least two years concurrent supervisory experience.
Maintain a valid state-issued driver's license applicable for the state.
Maintain auto insurance as stipulated by state law.
Gateway Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Race/Color/Sex/Sexual Orientation/ Gender Identity/Religion/National Origin/Disability/Vets.
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