(as a minimum)
- Develops and directs management objectives and assigned
supervisory staff. Is responsible for the quality of service, as well
as development and implementation of new programs.
- Provides direction to
supervisors in developing, implementing and monitoring treatment
programs and contracts.
- Establishes goals and
objectives, develops services performance standards and evaluates
- Responsible for agency
compliance to all published regulations pertaining to Treatment
- Ensures the timely preparation
of all required documentation, grant applications, renewal proposals,
contracts and all other material related to program continuance.
- Provides technical assistance
and policy interpretation to supervisors and staff and coordinates their
training and effectiveness.
- Serves as the agency
representative with the general public, funding sources, other service
providers, etc., attending meetings on the agency's behalf to promote
the awareness and effectiveness of agency programs.
- Participates as a formal member
of the agencys
strategic planning committee.
- Coordinates all training of
- Adheres to all policies, laws,
regulations and codes of ethics and confidentiality as outlined by
federal and state laws, and agency policies and procedures.
Masters Degree in Social Work or psychology, counseling
or other related field with a minimum of seven years’ experience in
behavioral health services.
Five years’ experience in a supervisory or
administrative assignment with a demonstrated knowledge of laws and
regulations governing behavioral health service provision.
Demonstrated ability or willingness to obtain the
designated managed care credential of AOE Professional.
Demonstrated ability to supervise staff.
Must successfully obtain Criminal History Clearance from
the Pennsylvania State Police and Child Abuse Clearance from the
Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare.
Must not be excluded from participation in Medicare,
Medicaid or any other federal health care program.
Ability to transport oneself in an insured vehicle, as
program needs dictate.
Ability to observe and recognize verbal and non-verbal
signs of physical or mental disorders.
Ability to evaluate and recognize violations pertaining
to program regulations.
QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS MUST SUBMIT A LETTER
OF INTEREST TO THE SOUTHWESTERN PENNSYLVANIA HUMAN SERVICES, INC., OFFICE OF
HUMAN RESOURCES, 300 CHAMBER PLAZA, CHARLEROI, PA 15022-1607, ATTENTION:
DEPARTMENT 1256, NO LATER THAN 5:00 P.M., THURSDAY, JULY
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER