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Behavioral Health Program Manager/CACII
Job Code:2020-WAYCROSS-006
Location:Waycross
FT/PT Status:Regular Full Time
  

Job Responsibilities:

Manages and directs the clinical activities and daily operations of a behavioral health program. Oversees the program’s policies regarding participant involvement, requirements and staff expectations. Supervise, plan and evaluate work activities of assigned staff.

 

Program Description:  Manages and directs the clinical activities and daily operations of a comprehensive behavioral health program. To provide behavioral health assessments, intake, and therapy; groups and crisis intervention services to individuals. Oversee the program policies regarding participant involvement, requirements and staff expectations. Supervise, plan and evaluate work activities of assigned staff. Assist with agency data reporting and aides in implementation of business strategy by conducting analytical review of SPQM data. Ensures all policies, procedures and work flows are followed on a day-to-day basis.  


Position Responsibilities:

Will work Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  


Competencies:

1. Ability to delegate work, supervise and maintain day to day functions of a program

2. Ability to interpret state and federal rules, regulations, laws & policies to ensure operations uniformity.

3. Ability to establish program goals, strategies and priorities.

4. Ability to interpret data and reports related to program.

5.Clinical skills (Advanced)


Required Minimum Qualifications:

Masters Degree in behavioral sciences and Certified Addiction Counselor II (CACII). At least two (2) years of documented work experience in a Gender Specific and/or Addiction Treatment Program.  A GCADC-I or CAC-I working towards obtaining a GCADC-II or CAC-II within two years can work in this position. The provider is required to keep documentation of supervision and anticipated the test date.