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 Job Title   Posting Date   Organization

Program Manager- Mental Health Services

  7/12/2019   New Alternatives
 Job Description        

Duties/Responsibilities: Have direct program, operational and supervisory responsibilities to ensure the success of the program; Provide effective and engaging outreach, recruitment, and promotion of the IF program. Manage, lead and supervise all 21 program staff; Understand, embrace and be a TIC champion in ALL aspects of their role; Train and provide supervision and leadership to ensure Parent Partners, Engagement Specialists, Therapists, Lead Clinical and IF Therapists, Visitation Supervisors and the Administrative Assistant can effectively facilitate a culture that welcomes and engages families; Ensures referrals are received, processed and scheduled within identified time frames Train and provide supervision and leadership to ensure effective facilitation of IY Groups that are inclusive, engaging and meet the needs of families. Ensures all documentation and UR procedures are followed based on OPOH; Other duties as assigned.

 

 Qualifications        

Licensure Requirements: Current California license required. Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist or Licensed Clinical Psychologist. Experience Requirements: At least 3-years full time direct clinical experience post Masterís degree working with children and adolescents, experience in Incredible Years curriculum preferred. Excellent benefits offered and salary will be determined based on experience.

 

 Additional Information        

New Alternatives is looking for a Program Manager to start up & oversee a newly awarded program. The ideal candidate will have past management experience & have solid experience engaging and providing mental health services to children & families in the Child Welfare System. NAI will be directing a certified outpatient behavioral health program, providing a full range of Title 9 outpatient diagnostic and treatment services for children & families. The program will also provide regionalized weekly therapeutic visitation and parenting groups utilizing Incredible Years curriculum. Services will include assessment, individual & family treatment, crisis intervention, and medication management. NAI will deliver mental health services to children and families who have faced complex trauma, domestic violence, struggled with chronic substance abuse & with parents who may be participating in reunification requirements. To apply, please email or fax cover letter & resume to info below.

 

 Contact   Fax to:   Email Inquiries to:

Sandra Ruiz

  (619) 543-9401   sandra.ruiz@newalternatives.org

 

 

 
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