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Associate Director, Housing & Clinical Services (HCS)

  1/10/2020   Episcopal Community Services
 Job Description        

1.Exercise independent action and judgment to directly support the Director, Housing & Clinical Services in the oversight and management for ECS HCS Programs. 2.Provide clinical oversight of the HCS Programs. 3.Prepare, in conjunction with the Director, Housing & Clinical Services, Program Managers and Accounting Staff, the annual Housing and Clinical Services (HCS) program budgets, track program funding needs, and monitor and revise the HCS budgets as necessary during the program year, gathering relevant data, and preparing budget justifications as necessary. 4.Collaborate in the establishment and subsequent maintenance of contractual relationships, and independently represent the agency to community groups, constituencies, and the general public. 5.Provides Program Managers support in assessing program efficiency and suggests system improvements to program operations. 6. Ensures contract. licensing, certification compliance.

 

 Qualifications        

The Associate Director, Housing & Clinical Services, provides clinical, operational and direct programmatic support to the Director of Housing and Clinical Services, assisting in the oversight of the management and on-going development of the HCS Programs. Areas of involvement may include but are not limited to: clinical oversight of programs, budget development and contract management; development and maintenance of program and departmental policies and procedures; providing and/or coordinating staff development and ensuring quality records are maintained at all program sites; quality control of all program reporting; systems development and implementation; interaction with funding sources; community presentations and/or representation of the agency at community events. For Complete Job Description and to Apply: https://www.ecscalifornia.org/careers

 

 Additional Information        

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: •Minimum master’s degree in counseling, psychology, or social work from an accredited university is required. •Licensed with the state of California MFT or LCSW or other relevant counseling credential. •Minimum three years relevant programmatic/operational management experience. •Minimum three years supervisory experience in a non-profit social service setting. •SUD Certified highly desirable.

 

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Episcopal Community Services

  (000) 000-0000   jobs@ecscalifornia.org

 

 

 
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