Director of Clinical and Community Services; Candeo
Candeo is offering a unique opportunity to the right individual. Candeo has historically been a Home and Community Based provider of services to individuals with an intellectual disability, brain injury and/or mental health diagnosis and specializes in dual diagnosis of ID/MH. We are expanding services to include BHIS and therapy to give our clients the opportunity for a holistic approach to services. Our Director of Clinical and Community Services will have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with our HCBS services and work with strong operational and executive level teams to build the mental health supports.
The right individual will have a proven track record of expanding services and a strong supervisory history. Master’s Degree in Behavioral Sciences, Human Services or Social Work. All applicants are required to possess a current licensure as an LISW, LMFT, LMHC or Clinical Psychologist with at least 3-5 years of clinical and supervision experience and the ability to provide counseling and mental health services.
The Director of Clinical and Community Services will be responsible for the planning, organizing, directing and coordinating through supervisors and key professional personnel the functions of the community-based services to assure effective programs and operations in accordance with the agency philosophy, mission, goals, policies, standards and practices. Direction and guidance are available from the Chief Executive Officer. This is a full-time position with a competitive salary and full benefits.
- Master’s Degree in Behavioral Sciences, Human Services or Social Work
- Current LISW, LMFT, LMHC or Psychology with at least 3-5 years of clinical and supervision experience and able to provide counseling and mental health services.
- Knowledge of and the ability to promote implementation of effective service delivery
- Understanding of both clinical and community outcomes
- Knowledge of and the ability to implement current theoretical approaches
- Knowledge of and the willingness to utilize viable resources within the community as an adjunct to treatment
- Knowledge of service evaluation and development
- Training in psychosocial functioning, assessment skills and intervention strategies, mobilization of individual and/or family strengths, and the role of the social, economic, and environmental factors in the development and resolution of personal and family needs.
- Demonstrates importance of empowering individual and the value of person-centered services.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, Power Point, Publisher and familiar with EHR Software
- Exceptionally effective organizational, time management and stress management skills
- Exceptional interpersonal skills
- Analytical, problem solving and decision making skills
- Excellent verbal, written and listening communications skills
- Attention to detail and high level of accuracy
- Possesses cultural awareness and sensitivity