Primary Responsibilities include:
operational oversight and optimize services, clinical outcomes and fiscal
a family-like and trauma-sensitive environment that fosters emotional,
intellectual and physical growth.
train and manage a qualified workforce to meet supervision and therapeutic
at capacity and enhance billing processes to maximize and ensure timely
case conferences, screenings, admissions, discharges, and oversee the
development and implementation of assessments and goal plans.
policy and procedures and implement an evidence-based program model.
with AVP to prepare, manage and monitor budgets and expenses.
as liaison and provide ongoing outreach to the community and outside
regional and county meetings such as Nassau and Suffolk SPOA, Interagency
and System of Care.
on-call and available for any and all program emergencies.
Qualifications and Requirements include:
or similar license required.
of working with children with mental illness and their families.
of one year supervisory experience required. Some residential experience
with MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook).
NYS driver's license with a safe and responsible driving history and a
vehicle that is properly registered and insured in accordance with NYS DMV
regulations. Ability to drive the agency van.
35 hours per week. Some night and weekend hours required.
will vary depending on families' needs.
dental, life, supplemental life, STD/LTD insurance, and employer
contributed pension (403(b)).
to other voluntary benefits such as TDA, flexible spending account, AFLAC
cancer care, personal accident and supplemental dental insurance.
vacation days, 12 sick days, 4 personal days, 11 holidays and 2 floating
holidays per year.