Clinical: The Campus Clinical Director is responsible for the clinical oversight of 6 Residential programs, a Partial Hospitalization treatment program and a Chapter 766 Special Education school on Wayside’s Campus. The Clinical Director will provide clinical training and consultation to the Campus Clinical Supervisors as needed. The Clinical Director will also provide monthly training to Campus Clinicians to ensure best practices are being met. The Clinical Director will work closely with the Medical Director to facilitate clinical rounds on all acute cases as well as ensure all clinical compliance standards are being met by completing regular medical chart reviews. The Clinical Director will be responsible for providing on-call coverage in a rotation with Clinical Supervisors. The Clinical Director will work closely with Agency Risk Management Director to ensure that high risk cases are being discussed and appropriate planning and review is occurring. At times, the Clinical Director will carry clinical cases on Campus depending on the acuity or need.
Training/Consultation: Provide input and consultation to program staff on a daily basis and in rounds meetings. Provide trainings for residential staff. Responsible for conducting clinical trainings in program staff meetings. Oversees the implementation of all MI on Campus. Work with Program Directors to implement evidence-based trainings based on specific program needs.
Liaison: Provide communication with families as needed. Sits on Agency Clinical Quality Committee (as well as Clinical risk meetings). Communication and facilitation with emergency screening teams and referral sources around crisis intervention. The Clinical Director will work closely with the Billing Department to ensure accuracy with insurance authorizations/reviews.
Management: The Campus Clinical Director will directly supervise graduate level interns and provide direct supervision to clinicians in the absence of a Clinical Supervisor. The Clinical Director will work collaboratively with Program Directors, the Medical Director and the Nursing Supervisor on Campus.
Demonstrates high quality customer service (i.e. ability to connect with others, approachability, being respectful to others, able to communicate with others at all levels, strong client engagement skills, etc)
Demonstrates good clinical knowledge, specific work with adolescents in trauma informed care models of treatment
Demonstrates good assessment and treatment planning skills
Demonstrates ability to work with others (i.e. strong teamwork, can collaborate and coordinate care with other staff)
Demonstrates high quality writing skills as evidenced by good client documentation
Demonstrates the ability to teach, mentor, and coach others (i.e. able to provide constructive feedback to employees, provide thoughtful and consistent supervision)
Demonstrates the ability to assess and manage risk (i.e. comfortable handling unpredictable situations, must be effective at directing others in a crisis)
Demonstrates strong crisis management skills.
Demonstrates knowledge of all licensing regulations and Agency policies
Demonstrates fiscal management skills by managing staff and program expenses (i.e. ability to manage census and overall program expenses)
Demonstrates belief in the Agency mission and values
Demonstrates the ability to prioritize needs
Minimum Education: Master’s degree
Minimum Work Experience: Must be in the field for a minimum of 10 years
Licensure: LMFT, LICSW, or LMHC required
Perform Supervisory Duties: Yes
Internal Number: 386
About Amy Hogarth
Director of Recruitment and Talent in the Department of People and Culture at Wayside Youth and Family Networks