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Clinical Director

New York, Westkill, 12492 Westkill USA

CLINICAL DIRECTOR Do you work for a company that no longer aligns with your core values? Have you dreamt of working in a “true” team environment, where collaborating and working together for the greater good of the company are the expectation? Are you tired of giving 100% everyday, only to feel undervalued and unappreciated? If so, YOU DESERVE BETTER… and our families and our patients deserve better! We’re on a mission to bring together the best, most talented and caring, authentic individuals to create a world-class mission-centered behavioral health organization, focused on doing it the right way If you really want to make a difference in addiction treatment and be a happier, healthier version of yourself, we’d love to align with you! BriteLife Recovery strives to be the preeminent provider for those living with substance use and co-occurring disorders. Our mission is to create the strongest foundation possible, built on empathy, safety and trust, in a picturesque environment, for our clients and their families to begin the healing process. BriteLife is currently open in Hanover, PA and Hilton Head Island, SC., with expansion coming soon to New York State. What you will be doing? The Clinical Director is responsible for overseeing the clinical operations of the substance abuse treatment facility. This role encompasses ensuring compliance with state regulatory requirements, program development, financial management, accreditation standards, program marketing, staff recruitment and supervision, policy development, and evaluation. Additionally, the Clinical Director provides supervision, performance reviews, and coordination of all program services. This position also assists in problem-solving, conflict resolution, and readiness for state visits. What tasks are required?

Supervises all clinical staff activities to ensure adherence to the clinical model, including monitoring groups, therapy sessions, and ancillary services as needed.

Provides regularly scheduled individual and group supervision sessions with each member of the clinical team and maintains notes of these sessions. Frequency to be determined with the Chief Clinical Officer.

Audits charts for timeliness and quality of progress notes, treatment plans, assessments, and summaries on a scheduled basis.

Works closely with Chief Clinical Officer to develop and deliver sophisticated and effective treatment to those we serve.

Collects and analyzes data, tracks KPIs, provides written and verbal reports as requested.

Works collaboratively with the Director of Nursing, Medical Director, and BHT Supervisor to deliver excellent client care.

Works with Utilization Review Department to address billing needs. Responds to inquires from billing promptly.

Participates in the recruitment and interview process for clinical staff.

Completes performance appraisals for clinical staff on an annual basis and works with Human Resources on employee performance management throughout the year.

Provides staff development and training opportunities and monitors the compliance of staff credentialing. Maintains training plans for all clinical staff according to OASAS standards.

Familiarity with and adherence to all Joint Commission standards that impact clinical programming and staffing.

Networks with other organizations to increase the referral base. Develops relationships with local clinical leaders.

Leads Flash and MDT meetings.

Evaluates quality of program on an ongoing basis and develops cost-effective methods to provide and enhance services.

Promotes a culture of safety for clients and employees through proper identification, proper reporting, documentation, and prevention.

Positively promotes BriteLife Recovery to prospective clients and employees.

Participates in clinical or leadership on-call rotation, as assigned.

What we need from you?

Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in a behavioral health related field required.

Professional clinical license (LMSW, LCSW, LPC, LMFT or equivalent).

Working towards drug and alcohol certification.

At least 5 years’ experience in the SUD field.

At least 2 years’ experience in a leadership role.

Demonstrated computer proficiency.

Drug and alcohol certification through state board (CASAC, CADC, CAADC, ADC, AADC or equivalent) strongly preferred.

What we provide you

Health, Dental, Vision, and Life insurance

Paid time off

The opportunity to make a positive impact not only in our clients' lives, but in the recovery community as well.

Solid Staff Development Program

Independence, responsibility, and an opportunity to be a change agent in the recovery community.

Great working environment

Growth opportunities

And more

EEO Statement

All BLR subsidiaries are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates. BLR subsidiaries are equal opportunity employers and as such, openly support and fully commit to recruitment, selection, placement, promotion and compensation of individuals without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), genetic information, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. We believe that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success.

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