Now in its third year, Montford Hall is reshaping the landscape of recovery for young people. We are looking for a clinical director with the expertise, creativity, enthusiasm, and leadership to join our team and help support this exciting vision.
The clinical director oversees the delivery of a clinical program that provides quality therapeutic care, utilizes industry best practices, integrates with other components of our programming, leverages the residential milieu, and consistently reflects Montford Hall’s organizational values and standards.
· Ensure a standard of excellence in the therapeutic and 12-step facilitation components of the program.
· Assess, plan, and implement clinical treatment for a caseload of up to 3 students.
· Facilitate psychoeducational and process groups in coordination with other members of the clinical team.
· Facilitate biweekly family support calls.
· Coordinate medication management with outside psychiatric service providers.
· Plan and implement ongoing family program, including weekend workshops, webinars, and at-home curriculum.
· Maintain excellent clinical documentation, and support staff in doing same, to ensure regulatory compliance and insurance reimbursement. Conduct regular audits of BestNotes, medication administration, and UDS records.
· Implement plan for tracking clinical outcomes.
· Supervise up to 3 clinicians.
· Provide clinical supervision for provisionally licensed or certified staff.
· Provide clinical training and guidance to non-clinical staff.
· Contribute input during admissions process, including pre-enrollment interviews.
· With other clinicians, participate in on-call clinical support rotation for mentor staff.
· Participate in professional growth activities to stay abreast of job-related research and best practices, as well as to maintain all required licenses/certifications.
· Support marketing efforts by meeting and cultivating relationships with referral sources and attending and presenting at conferences.
· Master’s Degree in Psychology or Clinical Social Work
· Licensure and/or advanced certification in substance abuse treatment
· Licensure in North Carolina to practice in the mental health and addiction treatment field
· 5 years working with adolescents and/or treating substance use disorders, preferably in a residential setting
· Personal or professional experience with the 12 Steps preferred
· Experience supervising direct care staff
· Ability to work collaboratively as part of treatment team
· Fluency with BestNotes
· Experience interpreting assessments
Please send cover letter and resume to Alex Kirby, Psy.D., Executive Director, at: [email protected].