Are you an experienced clinical manager who is looking to lead strong programs during a time of new initiatives in behavioral healthcare practices? BRBH is looking for a Clinical Director to support and develop the quality services provided in our Adult & Family Services Division!
The Clinical Division Director for Adult & Family Services is responsible for service programs for adults diagnosed with serious mental illness, substance use disorders, and developmental disability.
The Director is responsible for administrative and clinical supervision to a team of skilled clinical directors and supervisors who are collectively responsible for a broad array of mental health and substance use disorder services. Fiscal responsibilities include managing program budgets including billing and responsible use of state, federal, and grant funds.
In close collaboration with and reporting directly to the Chief Clinical Officer, this position oversees teams who provide forensic Jail Services and clinical Therapeutic Docket, Outpatient Counseling, Psychiatric Services including office-based opioid treatment, and Project LINK.
The Director serves as a vital agency leader and participates on the Executive Management Team, demonstrates and models the highest level of professional judgment, discernment, confidentiality, and collaboration across departmental boundaries and with various internal and external communities served by the agency.
About Blue Ridge Behavioral Healthcare:
Blue Ridge Behavioral Healthcare (BRBH) is a $26 million public community mental health center. We are the public community services board serving five localities in the Roanoke Valley, established under the Code of Virginia, to provide services to children, adults, and families with mental illness, substance use disorders, and developmental disabilities. BRBH serves over 8,000 individuals and families annually in the cities of Roanoke and Salem and the counties of Botetourt, Craig, and Roanoke, comprising a population base of approximately of 255,683 over an area of 1,181.0 square miles in urban, rural, and suburban communities in the beautiful Roanoke Valley of Virginia.
The Roanoke Valley of Virginia is known for its stunning scenery, friendly people, and tremendous recreational opportunities in the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains, as well as a thriving arts and performing arts community, excellent restaurants, and attractive quality of life.
BRBH operates multiple programs throughout the Roanoke Valley with over 400 employees working to provide or support our services. We are proud to have served our community for 50 years. BRBH maintains a drug-free workplace and equal opportunity employment. This position is located in Roanoke, VA.
Why work at BRBH?
- Opportunity to help improve the lives of people with mental illness and substance use disorders: This position is responsible for leading multiple key clinical programs during a time of new initiatives in national behavioral healthcare practices. In coordination with the Executive Management Team, the position will help in determining the future course of this community-based organization’s provision of quality programs that serve and support adults with mental illness and substance use disorders, including medication-assisted treatment (MAT).
- Management Staff Development: Help further grow and support a strong team of managers who build an effective team atmosphere for our clinical staff serving people in our community.
- Work/Life Balance: We have a great Paid Time Off policy - 29 days annually, which starts accruing on the first day of employment.
- We offer great benefits, including VRS (Virginia Retirement System)! Click here for more information.
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- Licensed: Licensure in relevant behavioral health clinical field required, such as Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselor, (LPC), or Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS), or equivalent to a Licensed Mental Health Professional (LMHP) as defined by Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS).
- Experience: Minimum of 6 years of experience in a clinical setting. Experience in responsible program management and implementation of best practices for providing services to help people with mental health, substance use disorders, and co-occuring disorders.
- Education: Master’s degree in a relevant human services or administrative field, or a combination of education and experience that demonstrates proficiency for a senior leadership position.
- Driving Record: Candidates must be able to drive agency vehicles with a good driving record (no more than two moving violations in the last three years AND no criminal violations in the last five years).