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Clinical Director

 

Job Description

 The primary responsibility of the Clinical Director is to oversee all clinical aspects of the Bobby Benson Center treatment program.  The Clinical Director must possess expertise in the treatment of both youth and adults suffering from Substance Use and Mental Health disorders. The Clinical Director provides clinical supervision of the Therapists, Program Managers, Intake Counselors, Care Coordinators and Youth Counselors. 

The Clinical Director conducts weekly case reviews and oversees all client treatment and discharge plans.  All treatment programming issues, client treatment concerns including behavioral/emotional concerns are the direct responsibility of the Clinical Director. The Clinical Director is also responsible for conducting ongoing clinical training for all clinical staff on:  Professional Boundaries, Behavioral Management, Substance Use Disorders, Co-occurring Disorders and other related topics.  The Clinical Director must be available on an on-call basis for client emergencies. 

 

Qualifications

  • Hold a PhD or Masters in the Behavioral Health or related field WITH a clinical license.

  • At least 2 years’ experience providing Clinical Directorship in a certified treatment program or related behavioral health agency

  • Management or Leadership position for at least 3 years.

  • Ability to train and supervise staff

  • Excellent oral and verbal communication skills

  • Ability to accept direction from the Executive Director

  • Ability to work with integrity in all aspects of job

  • Hawaii Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC) Preferred

  • Working knowledge of 12-step programs

  • Excellent work ethics