This position develops and ensures the implementation of policies and procedures, oversees the supervision of all staff, direct supervision to all clinical staff. Facilitates or appoint a facilitator for clinical treatment team meetings, reviews records, ensures staff meets training/in service requirements. Oversees credentialing and privileging, ensures quality assurance, and public relations to include: admissions, assessment, formulates diagnosis, develops and implements treatment plans, individual therapy, family therapy, and case management. Responsibilities include monitoring of supports and services, implementation of person-centered plans, objectives and goals, with an emphasis on increasing community based activities and opportunities. QP must have a solid understanding of good person-centered practices, sex offender treatment, ability to work closely with families and case managers and ability to work well in a changing environment.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Assessing the educational and performance needs of program employees.
Designing, evaluating, planning, presenting and reviewing staff development and education activities for residential staff.
Coordinating the orientation process for all new employees.
Developing and coordinating in-service training activities for residential staff.
Reviewing and recommending staff participation in continuing education activities.
Coordinating the acquisition and dissemination of appropriate resource materials and teaching resources in order to foster ongoing learning and self-improvement. Pertinent professional books and appropriate reference materials may be made available to staff.
Monitoring each employee’s participation in staff development at least 60 minutes per week and education activities on at least a quarterly basis, in order to assure that each employee participates in the required types and amounts of activities.
Providing clinical consultation at the facility at least twice a month
Maintaining complete and accurate records for each employee; documenting the extent of participation in staff development and education activities.
Education and Experience Requirements
This position requires a minimum of a Master’s in Social Work or Bachelor’s in Social Work or a related field and at least 2 years of full time, post-bachelor’s degree accumulated mh/dd/sa experience with the population served (adolescents).
Good Communication skills
Ability to perform CPR, First Aid, NCI, etc…
Knowledge of clients PCP
“Guaranteed to make a positive impact on the children we receive. We are here to make a difference and a difference we will make!”