General Statement of Duties
Outpatient Clinic Program Directors are responsible for the clinical effectiveness and operational efficiency of the day-to-day operation of one or more of MCCA’s outpatient clinics. The position provides clinical supervision and administrative oversight to the staff of the clinic and works to achieve and maintain a safe, healthy and productive work place that is compliant with all regulatory, contractual and accrediting standards. The Clinic Director also works in harmony with senior managers to prepare and achieve a balanced budget and advance MCCA’s mission, vision and values.
- Select, train and supervise all assigned staff including clinical, as well as administrative supervision
- Oversees and signs off on treatment plans and clinical documentation in collaboration with MCCA’s Chief Medical Officer
- Plans and organizes the work and client flow and strives to match service with client need
- Schedules staff and groups, ensuring adequate coverage during staff absences, etc.
- Assures compliance with all accreditation, contractual and regulatory standards
- Collaborates with CFO to establish and maintain annual budget
- Maintains accountability of time and attendance of assigned staff
- Collaborates with referral sources, payers, contractors and community partners
- Collaborates with senior managers to craft and communicate a shared vision of common values, priorities and future plans
- Maintains a pleasant, clean and safe environment
- Develops, in partnership with MCCA’s COO and CCO, date reporting and analytics to measure and evaluate performance standards for both staff and client outcomes
- Leads staff so as to achieve a high degree of client satisfaction
- Leads staff to enhance skills and credentials
- Troubleshoots and solves clinic problems
- Evaluates staff performance on an ongoing basis and provides feedback in a timely fashion and provides an annual performance appraisal that challenges staff to strive for excellence
- Seeks, receives and acts on client feedback as appropriate
- Continually monitors caseload to discharge unserved clients in a timely fashion
Performance Measures/Evaluation Criteria
- Program utilization
- Treatment outcomes
- Client and customer satisfaction
- Revenue generation
- Cost containment
- Satisfactory reviews by regulators, CARF and contractors
- Quality staff retention
- Timely performance appraisals
- Staff conformance to documentation standards
- Quality and timeliness of treatment plans
- Staff morale
This position reports to MCCA’s Chief Clinical Officer.
This position supervises counselors and other staff assigned to the designated clinic.
Education, Training and Credentials:
Master’s degree in social work, psychology, counseling or related field
State of Connecticut Department of Public Health licensure – (LCSW, LPC, LMFT or LADC)
Five Years of Management experience with budgetary responsibilities.
Interested qualified candidates should submit letter of intent and resume to Human Resources at 203-748-2604.
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MCCA is an equal opportunity employer.