$44.97-$61.32 Hourly / $3,597.55-$4,905.25 BiWeekly /
In the Department of Children and Families Bureau of Behavioral Health this class is accountable for overseeing multiple statewide clinical behavioral health services programs and services.
This class is used for overseeing an array of statewide clinical behavioral health programs and services with multiple service models such as Outpatient Treatment and Assessment Services, Intensive In-Home Services and/or Care Coordination and Systems of Care.
Plans, coordinates, and manages multiple functions for an array of statewide programs and services; collaborates with administrative officials in development and implementation of policies and procedures; accountable for agency compliance with standards established by outside monitoring agencies; develops, implements and evaluates goals and objectives; monitors and evaluates work performed by subordinates; responsible for recruitment, selection and retention of department or discipline staff; interprets and administers pertinent laws; acts as liaison within and outside facility with individuals and groups who impact on program activities; assures compliance with quality assurance findings and recommendations; promotes cultural diversity in workplace and assures client rights; identifies, plans, implements and evaluates training and development of staff in response to identified needs; independently analyzes complex problem situations and takes appropriate action; initiates workforce planning and monitors staff utilization to meet identified goals; investigates and responds to critical incidents; prepares or oversees preparation of reports; may represent facility in grievances and/or other hearings; may oversee grant, budget or contract preparation; performs related duties as required.
Considerable knowledge of and ability to apply management principles and techniques; considerable knowledge of and ability to develop strategic plans; considerable knowledge of behavioral health policies and systems; considerable knowledge of principles, practices and issues of behavioral health care; considerable knowledge of recent developments in designated field and ability to translate knowledge into practice; considerable knowledge of the behavioral challenges facing children, adolescents and families; considerable knowledge of principles and practices of public and/or health care administration; considerable interpersonal skills; considerable oral and written communication skills; considerable analytic skills; considerable ability to negotiate, mediate and resolve conflicts; considerable ability to collaborate within agency, department, state, community and constituents; ability to interpret and apply relevant state and federal laws, statutes and regulations; ability to plan for collection, analysis and integration of data; ability to interpret standards of monitoring agencies and contracts; ability to lead and direct a multi-service and program operations.
Three (3) years of the General Experience must have been at a managerial level directing clinical operations or the delivery of behavioral health care services for children/adolescents and families.
NOTE: Managerial experience is defined as formulating program goals and objectives, developing and implementing program procedures, initiating program policies and developing and/or monitoring a budget.