The Director of Clinical Services will provide leadership and day to day management of the clinical operations of the Day Treatment Program to include Halpern Education Center (Webster, NY) and Crestwood (Henrietta, NY). The Director of Clinical Services is responsible for ensuring that all therapeutic programs are effectively integrated with the academic programming at both Day Treatment sites. Further, the Director ensures that all funders' standards are effectively met, if not exceeded, and that all standards for the Certificate of Accreditation are met. This director creates formal collaborative efforts among clinicians and school staff.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Supervises and evaluates clinical managers and other pertinent staff at Halpern and Crestwood Children’s Center.
Has knowledge of and ensures that staff use Evidenced-Based Practices to fidelity. Works directly with, and provides consultation and guidance to school principals regarding clinical matters.
Ensures that clinicians are trained in and routinely and effectively facilitate Family Therapy sessions.
Ensures that COA regulations are followed; and prepares for COA and OMH audits. Is responsible for ensuring that all OMH regulations are met. Completes quarterly reports for local OMH. Monitors the implementation of the PIP at both Crestwood and Halpern.
Serves as the liaison for OMH. Ensures all OMH regulations are being followed.
Services as liaison to Certificate of Accreditation process; is responsible to ensure that COA regulations are followed and prepares for COA audits.
Complete quarterly reports for local OMH.
Leads the development of strategies to improve school attendance
Works closely with the school principals to ensure that BIP’s, FBA’s, IEP’s and PBIS are aligned
Is responsible for the clinical portion of the short-term plans for Day Treatment and ensures that line staff and management members are held accountable to the short-term plan and that SMART objectives for clinicians are tied to the short term plan.
Collects, interprets and shares data to support recommendations for change
Recommends structural and cultural changes that benefit students
Master’s degree and license in area of study required. Candidate should have at least 5 years of experience in a Supervisor/Management role. Candidate must have a valid NYS Driver’s License and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.
Internal Number: 1808E
About Hillside Children's Center
Hillside Family of Agencies, a nonprofit organization, is a leading provider of child welfare, mental health, youth development, developmental disabilities, juvenile justice, adoption and special education services to children and families across Central and Western New York. Hillside Family of Agencies currently offers over 120 services across 24 New York State counties. As staff of over 2,000 provides services out of more than 40 locations to 7,100 families annually. It is Hillside Family of Agencies' strategic intent to be the nationally recognized leader and preferred provider of an integrated system of human services for at-risk children, youth, and their families.
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