The OMHC Clinical Director at Kolmac Integrated Behavioral Health and all of its subsidiaries ("Kolmac" or the "Company") is ultimately responsible for the execution of established clinical programming in the designated region for Kolmac-CCG. This includes staffing all programs, as well as the training and development of all clinical staff. The OMHC Clinical Director in partnership with the Executive Director is responsible for managing Key Performance Indicators. This individual provides oversight and authority for ensuring compliance with Kolmac/CCG policies and procedures. The OMHC Clinical Director has responsibility for the long and short-term planning, program evaluation, and compliance with federal, state, local, and independent regulatory statutes.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- In partnership with the Executive director, is responsible for all staffing processes, including interviewing, training, staffing for all sessions/groups, performance management/annual evaluations as well as review of and approval of timecards.
- In partnership with the Executive Director, addresses performance issues including disciplinary action (verbal and written) as needed.
- In partnership with the Executive Director is responsible for executing established clinical outcome Key Performance Indicators including patient retention, successful program completion rates, transitions through the Kolmac continuum of care, and Average Length of Stay.
- In partnership with the Executive Director is responsible for ensuring staff Key Performance Indicators including counselor productivity and direct care hours are being met.
- Regularly observes group services to ensure quality programming.
- Regularly reviews patient files to ensure all documentation is thorough and timely.
- Sets a standard of clinical and professional excellence providing clear expectations and accountability for all clinical staff.
- Along with the Executive Director is responsible for overall patient satisfaction. Responds to patient concerns and resolves any issues as they develop.
- Perform regular employee reviews and provide feedback on their performance to help motivate their dedication to professional goals.
- Safeguards model fidelity ensuring that an evidence-based, harm reduction approach to patient care is promoted and practiced.
- Is skilled in Motivational Interviewing, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and assists in training clinical staff in these approaches.
- Provides supervision with a focus on performance management as well as clinical certification or licensure.
- To include the following:
- Will complete weekly clinical supervision document within 24 hours of supervision and submit to the CCO.
- Ensures completion of clinical documentation including Treatment plans, BAMs, group, individual and case management notes, discharges, etc.
- Facilitates weekly staff meetings and group supervision and treatment plan reviews and updates.
- Regularly observes groups and reviews charts to ensure all treatment being provided is consistent with the organization’s standards.
- Runs daily and weekly auditing reports to ensure excellent patient care and adherence to documentation standards.
- Ensures completion of the incomplete visit report and appointment history report.
- Ensures completion of the Discharge Cleanup Report.
- May carry an IOP, group therapy or individual therapy caseload.
- Will be responsible for group coverage as needed.
- Partners with the compliance team to maintain compliance with CARF standards and state regulations.
- Adheres to company operating policies and procedures.
- Collaborates with the medical director and other clinical/medical leadership to improve and develop clinical programming, ensuring Kolmac/CCG is implementing evidenced-based practices.
- Embodies the spirit of a teacher, continually driving professional growth with all clinical and administrative team members.
- Promotes the organizations image in a positive and professional manner.
- Manages the performance metrics of Peer Recovery Specialists.
- Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications - Education and Experience:
- Must Haves:
- Master’s degree in a Behavioral Health related field (Example- Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, etc).
- Experience providing group and individual counseling to individuals with substance use and co-occurring psychiatric disorders.
- Board approved supervision status required
- Minimum of 3 years’ experience in a supervisory/management position within the human services field.
- Familiar with state regulations, CARF standards, and DEA regulations – when necessary.
- Must have a minimum of 5 years working within the field of substance use disorder treatment.
- Must be willing to work at least three (3) evenings per week, until 8pm.
- Exhibits excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Excellent documentation and computer skills required, including the use of electronic medical records.
- Is engaging with staff and patients while promoting accountability that supports the organizations clinical outcomes metrics.
- Knowledge of local community drug trends, the effects of the body and cognitive functioning of drugs of abuse, signs and symptoms of narcotic overdose, psychosocial implications of addictive disease, the process of addiction and treatment, social science, economic, legal, and medical systems, HIV transmission, behavioral and emotional implications of addiction.
- Compliance with the ethical and professional standards and practices of counselors and therapists.
- Initiative to lead and be proactive in critical situations. Advanced problem solving and decision-making skills.
Qualifications - Licenses and Other Required Credentials:
- LCADC, LCPC, LCSW-C in Maryland
- LPC, LICSW in Washington, DC
- LCSW, LPC in Pennsylvania
- LPC, LCSW in Virginia
- LCDP, LPCMH, LCSW in Delaware
- All clinical staff within the clinic or region.
Expected Travel 30% within the state or District to promote the awareness of Kolmac/CCG and provide trainings to the community.