All Kinds of News for March 07, 2018
Executive Clinical Director
New Haven Residential Treatment Center is a nationally recognized therapeutic program. We’ve been treating adolescent girls and their families since 1995. The secret to our success is our focus on family work. We believe that in order for an adolescent to go home healthy - and stay healthy - her family must make changes, as well. We require each of our families to be actively engaged in family therapy and the entire treatment process.
Most students enrolling at New Haven have been to several treatment programs before finding us. Our goal is to be their last stop for inpatient treatment. To ensure this, we use feedback-informed treatment to guide the therapeutic process. If our current tactic isn't helping a client, we’ll find a new approach. Our outcomes data are, by far, the most robust in the industry.
We believe in collaboration. The clinical department meets weekly with the residential, medical, and academic departments in a weekly treatment team. We review each student, each week, to make sure she’s progressing. Our therapists use a variety of modalities to ensure the highest level of care. These include relationship-based therapies such as service and therapeutic recreation.
As the Executive Clinical Director, you will have the opportunity to change lives and heal families every day. You will also have a voice in steering policy and change processes on a national and on a regional stage.
What you'll love about us
- We are strategic: We are not satisfied with the status quo. You will be responsible for the clinical department in the development and implementation of short and long-range plans and policies and other activities. You will oversee the financial management of the clinical department including the development and implementation of the annual budget. You will develop, implement, and accomplish the clinical department’s annual goals.
- Meaningful work: You will partner with Assistant Clinical Directors to create and adjust master treatment plans for each student and their family. You oversee the quality of individual, group, and family counseling/therapy.
- Caring Environment: You will have the opportunity to influence and mentor employees within your department. You will provide direct support and supervision for internal staff. You will communicate with compassion with clients and referral partners.
- Leadership: You will prepare and present clinical training, residential training, and conferences. You will supervise clinicians, recreational therapists, and managers of the clinical and nursing department.
- Personal growth and career development: You will have the opportunity for career advancement. New Haven has been a seedbed to fill critical leadership positions at InnerChange or some of the other sister programs. We invest heavily in our leaders through internal training, outside education, and personal mentoring by industry veterans.
- Competitive salary: You will be compensated at a competitive salary based on your experience. You will also participate in a generous bonus structure.
- Health benefits: You will participate in a comprehensive benefits program that includes medical insurance that substantially reduces your contribution and includes dental insurance, vision insurance, voluntary life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance, long-term disability, and a 401K plan with company matching. Seven company-paid holidays and a generous PTO schedule.
- Travel: This is the right place. In Utah, you have nearby access to national parks, festivals, higher education institutions, and year-round outdoor activities. Utah is also one of the safest states to raise a family. New Haven is heavily involved in industry symposiums, associations, and networking groups. Your travel will also include visits to conferences and to other program campuses and retreats.
What we'll love about you
- You have a strong experience working in the field of mental health and a knowledge of DSM-V disorders and other pertinent issues facing students and their families.
- You have at least five years of experience in social service or a related field with at least two years of experience working with high-risk youth ages 12 to 18.
- You have a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, MFT or related field, for example, marriage and family therapy (LMFT), social work (LCSW). clinical mental health counseling (LPC, LCMHC) or a related discipline.
- You are a licensed counselor in the state of Utah and able to supervise interns.
- You have the ability to read and interpret financial statements and direct performance improvement.
- You are skilled at managing available resources and creating a true team environment.
- You possess current knowledge of the laws regarding documentation, reporting, confidentiality, and licensing standards.
- You can efficiently and effectively respond to questions from students, parents, referrals, staff, and members of the community in a manner that is therapeutic, systemic and ethical.
- You are forward thinking with the ability to plan, direct, and coordinate activities, while successfully working with other families, referral partners, healthcare providers, community groups, and other organizations.
New Haven is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer