The Clinical Coordinator is responsible for clinical programming across the outpatient and partial hospital programs. The Clinical Coordinator maintains familiarity with the licensing requirements of partial hospital and outpatient programming, assures compliance, and updates as necessary.
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- Excellent medical, dental, and vision insurances as well as life and long-term disability and access to voluntary benefits.
- 403b Retirement Plan with Watson matching employee contributions after 1 year of employment.
- Access to Tuition Reimbursement to pursue further education and advanced degrees.
- Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program access for employees who meet the forgiveness program requirements.
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and flexible spending accounts.
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Location: Friendship, PA
- Group and individual supervision of staff; in conjunction with the Clinical Director
- Coordination of outpatient services of the Watson Institute
- Interviewing and hiring of staff; in conjunction with the Clinical Director
- Responsible for regulatory compliance of outpatient program
- Oversees outpatient productivity; in conjunction with the Clinical Director
Partial Hospitalization Program:
- Complete intake documentation within guidelines (treatment plan) per partial and outpatient regulations
- Conduct psychiatric and psychosocial evaluations as needed
- Case assignments in collaboration with Managed Care Coordinator
- Orientation and training of new employees; as assigned
- Clinical supervision of assigned partial hospital staff
- Attend treatment team meeting; as appropriate
- Provide treatment guidance and problem solving on the milieu
- Collaborate and advise on group therapy program with Learning Community Supervisors
- Conduct interviews and tours for prospective students; as assigned
- Serve as point of contact for Critical Incidents in the absence of the Clinical Director and assure required follow up with the CCBHO
- Support the quality and accurate completion of milieu notes
- Professional Development of staff
- Assist with marketing of program
- Other duties as assigned
- Licensed Mental Health Professional (LCSW, LPC)
- A minimum of five years of experience in clinical supervision, training, program management and staff development
- Strong organizational skills, leadership skills, communication skills, and problem-solving skills required
- Advanced computer skills in Microsoft Office
- Current PA clearances 34, 114 and 151 required