This position reports directly to the Executive Director. The Clinical Director is responsible for the delivery of comprehensive clinically-based services.
Oversees and manages Clinical Department
Directly supervises Program Coordinators for residential programs, clinical interns, and other specialized program staff depending on site specifications
Monitors case managers caseload
Implements relevant clinical-based case management processes
Point person in implementing procedures needed to get CARF and any other accreditation
Oversees the supervision of intern students which includes task assignment and weekly supervision, and adheres to university and licensing board standards
Oversees client screening and intake for approval
Signs Individual Action Plans and/or designates to Program Coordinators
Ensures adherence to the clinically-based programmatic protocols
Monitors program track system for all clients in the program
Collaborates with U.S.VETS staff to bring and monitor needed services on-site to clients
Liaisons with on-site treatment providers and VA GPD Liaison
Performs periodic case file review and provide corrective action to case management staff
Supervises Program Coordinators in ensuring each file is audited quarterly throughout the year using U.S.VETS approved audit tool for A-133 audit
Supervises Program Coordinators in ensuring all files are being maintained in accordance to funder and corporate requirements
Supervises Program Coordinators in ensuring case notes are reviewed daily /weekly/monthly of all case managers
Facilitates weekly clinical and case management meeting
Supervises curriculum governing client groups or classes
Coordinate and create yearly training schedule for all site staff. This includes a monthly training for all staff and individualized training for each position. This schedule should be submitted by June 15 of every year to be adhered to for the next fiscal year.
Provides a monthly training to all staff on different clinical expertise (this can be included in the yearly training schedule)
Analyzes program trends that informs strategic planning
Handles all discharges before they occur and sign off for completion
Conducts periodic, individual supervision with front line staff
Attends agency stakeholder meetings
Ensures that confidential and complete client records are maintained
Functions as a Continuing Education Coordinator for the site
Performs other duties as required. Staff who have a valid driver’s license and meet company insurance requirements may be required to complete a provided driver training course and drive company vehicles for work-related activities to include client transportation.
Master’s Degree or higher required in Social Service field, Licensure in an applicable field is required. Licensure preferred with supervision credentials.
At least two years of experience supervising clinical/case management staff
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Proficiency in computer and information systems
Professional manner and appearance
Experience working with homeless or similar population
Ability to take general direction, work independently and within a team
Ability to work effectively with diverse group of clients, staff, and community members
Knowledge/experience working with veterans preferred
Additional Salary Information: Full benefits: Medical, dental, vision, life insurance and 401-K
Internal Number: 20878
About U.S Veterans Initiative
U.S.VETS IS A PRIVATE NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION PROVIDING HOUSING, EMPLOYMENT AND COUNSELING SERVICES TO OUR NATION’S VETERANS, THE MEN AND WOMEN FROM ALL BRANCHES OF THE ARMED FORCES WHO HAVE SERVED THEIR COUNTRY FROM WORLD WAR II TO THE CURRENT CONFLICT IN AFGHANISTAN.
With 20 residential sites and 9 service centers in 13 cities across 5 states, the District of Columbia and the territory of Guam, U.S.VETS personnel go into the local community to find homeless veterans and guide them to crucial services that might help alleviate the challenges they face as a result of their homelessness.
The range of services includes housing and employment assistance, as well as access to veterans benefits and treatment for mental and physical health problems and substance abuse.