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Community Maternity Services, an agency of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Albany, Inc., is seeking a full time (minimum of 35 hours per week) Clinical Director. The Clinical Director is responsible for overseeing therapists and case managers in residential programs; providing clinical consultation to prevention services and supervising adjunct therapeutic staff. The Clinical Director oversees the treatment planning process in residential and apartment programs for youth who are placed in foster care. This integral position is a member of the administrative staff team at Community Maternity Services, and dually responsible for separate tasks as a member of that team.
Primary responsibilities and abilities include:
Overseeing clinical services in Residential Programs
Providing supervision to Residential Case Management staff and clinical supervision to Clinicians
in the Residential and Prevention programs.
Providing clinical consultation to other Prevention staff.
Providing staff training, especially in the area of trauma informed care.
Management/coordination of all clinical implementation projects and/or new services.
Providing consultation to agency staff, serving as an on-site resource for questions and problems
related to daily operations and/or client experiences.
Preparing and providing required reports related to regulatory/ accrediting and funding agencies as needed.
Coordinating and tracking clinical data, including chart reviews and performance evaluations.
Participating as a member of the Quality Assurance team related to program activities,
incident reporting, consumer satisfaction, etc.
Collaborating with the administrative staff team in planning and implementation of new clinical services
Participating in program/ project specific work groups as indicated by the Executive Director.
Providing on-call support, in conjunction with the Associate Executive Director, during
non-business hours including weekends and holidays.
Candidate must possess an LCSW and have at least 10-15 years of progressively responsible experience providing clinical supervision, ideally within the child welfare arena
Must have a valid NYS driver’s license
Microsoft office skills
Ability to manage time and workload effectively
Ability to manage crisis within a trauma informed setting
Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing
Ability to provide training in a variety of subject areas
Prior experience with the NYS CONNECTIONS preferred
Prior experience within a residential setting preferred