The Clinical Manager, Addiction Services is responsible for leading and supervising a team of counselors. The position provides oversight and coordination of professional, administrative and clinical activities. Specific responsibilities include program development and management, supervision of staff and establishment of positive community relations through ongoing collaboration and communication with relevant professionals and agencies. The position requires a balance of clinical and administrative leadership.
Examples of Duties
Provide clinical supervision to a team of counselors and therapists.
Provide direct administrative supervision to assigned staff including recruitment, selection, training, mentorship, performance evaluation, and discipline.
Ensure that delivery practices are guided by the principles of trauma informed care and the principles of addiction treatment.
Monitor, coach, and direct clinical team on implementing strategies to reach performance measurement benchmarks.
Promote professional development of staff through teaching, modeling and the development of structured learning opportunities.
Teach and monitor delivery and documentation of services to ensure that contractual obligations are met in accordance with Federal, State, and Local standards.
Maintain all licensing standards, accreditation and credentialing.
Carry out program management activities such as planning, staffing, program development, program implementation, quality assurance and quality improvement.
In collaboration with program managers and directors, participate in agency-wide program development and evaluation to ensure that Mutual Ground/Breaking Free programs are effective, efficient, and consistent with the organization’s mission and goals.
Analyze data and prepare reports to evaluate services, capacity, and in response to requests by senior leadership and funders.
Provide individual, family and group counseling, as needed.
Provide crisis intervention on the phone and in person.
Network within the community to develop social resources.
Participate in management meetings, training programs and supervisory sessions.
Contribute to the development of positive team relations within the department and across MGI.
Provide education about addiction and recovery to volunteers/new-hires and the larger community as needed.
LCSW or LCPC;
3+ years substance use treatment experience;
Clinical supervisory experience;
Strong leadership skills;
Outstanding analytical and problem solving skills;
Creativity and enthusiasm for developing and implementing new programs;
About Mutual Ground, Inc.
Our mission is to empower individuals, families, and communities to eliminate domestic and sexual violence and the harms of substance use through education, awareness, and life-changing services.
At Mutual Ground, we believe everyone has the right to live without fear, oppression, abuse and violence. Through a range of services, we support individuals and families healing from domestic violence, sexual violence and substance use. Our vision is a healthy and safe community where everyone reaches their full potential. Our individualized, trauma-informed services are offered at various locations throughout Kane and Kendall Counties. Mutual Ground is committed to providing services that are accessible and safe for diverse groups. The cultural experience of those we serve is respected, valued and used to inform services.