The SAMSHA grant CCBHC Project Director is responsible for leadership in the provision of high-quality behavioral health services and the effectiveness of clinical and administrative services for the CCBHC expansion grant. The position incorporates staff leadership, supervision and a range of administrative tasks related to ensuring scope of the CCBHC across the program and collaboration with the CCBHC and SUD team, including clinical supervisors and the larger behavioral health portfolio. She/he is responsible for maintaining OASAS regulatory compliance and serves as a leader in driving quality improvement and delivery of the CCBHC.
Under the supervision of the Senior Administrator, the requirements listed below represent the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. The provider ensures strengths based, person centered quality of care provided in a culturally and linguistically meaningful therapeutic environment. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities as defined by the ADA to perform the essential functions of the job. The functions below outline the general responsibilities associated with this position. Each of these functions is considered critical to effective department operations and our Mission. It is expected that all staff in this position will have satisfactory attendance and will perform these functions as assigned in a competent, cooperative, and timely manner. The Job Description will be reviewed periodically for accuracy and/or adjusted according to business necessity. Pays: $95,000 per year
KEY ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
· Provides oversight and management of the operations, staff, and compliance of the CCBHC grant and all SAMSHA grant requirements.
· Responsible for the client population to be served per grant year to be assessed through the completion of NOMS assessments at different time intervals during the grant period and attached to client’s clinical records.
· Responsible for the enhancement of health indicators services of CCBHC client population
· Monitors the grant related health indicators as per meeting the disparity statement, and evidence-based treatment through a single point of entry (integrated care, follow up and prevention).
· Formulate grant IPPS and responsible for tracking with the larger team these indicators, reporting to SAMSHA every 3 months and any corrections plans to meet those indicators.
· Supervise the overall management in timely date entry reporting, quarterly reports to SAMSHA through SPARS (data collection, entering and review on population serve).
· Participate in all expansion grant trainings, meetings, learning collaboratives, presentations as per SAMSHA expectations on the program lead.
· Collaborate with fiscal, larger team in securing stability and fiscal operational correlated reporting are provided timely by the project lead in ERA commons
· Responsible for the sustainability of the grant through performance at the end of the grant years and working towards securing any available future expansion.
· Provides oversight and management of the operations and compliance aspects of the CCBHC program, in accordance with agency and OMH, OASAS standards of care regulations and grant requirements.
· Collaborate with the ACDP clinic team, clinical supervisor, Administrator, coordinator
· Provides direction and support to the clinical leaders in areas such as the hiring, orientation, training, and total performance management processes.
· Provides supervision to program staff and leadership staff and workflow; including delegating assignments and monitoring effectiveness to ensure best practices within the program and compliance with operational plans and the CCBHC scope.
· Monitors the staffing requirements for the practice including evaluating staffing needs and participating in the hiring process.
· Ensure the CCBHC program is financially stable and if a deficit that corrective actions are taking to ensure stability (PDSAs).
· Monitors high risk, care transition, Psyckes, Quality improvement, care transition, Rhio Alerts.
· Ensure metrics are met and reported, census requirements, bundle of services, management processes and provide recommendations on best practices and policy implementation.
· Assist in crisis management and oversee all incident reporting to appropriate agencies (OASAS, Justice Center, NIMRS…etc.)
· Ensure programs are complying with enrolled initiatives, grants and prepared for upcoming regulations or reimbursement expectations as working directly with the larger team, billing department and supervisors.
· Maintains community relationships, regulatory agencies, and collaborators as to attend collaborative learning meetings and represent the CCBHC program and/or as assigned by the Senior Administrator.
· Provide counsel and expert advice to the leadership team and other staff for quality and performance improvement as the project lead.
· Rotation of the on call, crisis center support team schedule.
· Secures training compliance with grant requirements.
· Secures workflows are developed and requirement expectations are met as per policy.
· Oversight of the medical team administrative tasks.
· Special projects and other duties as instructed by the Senior Administrator.
· Master’s Degree in Social Work.
Covid-19 Vaccination Required
· LCSW license preferred.
· Minimum of one (1) year experience in Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic required.
· Must obtain Mandated reporter (2 hours) prior to hire date.
Website info: https://nysmandatedreporter.org/TrainingCourses.aspx
· Ability to use business acumen to exercise good judgment and decision-making.
· Ability to deal with sensitive issues with diplomacy and discretion.
· Must be able to multitask with strong organization sills.
· Excellent interpersonal skills and able to communicate both verbally and in written form.
· Commitment to cultural diversity and sensitivity.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $95,000.00 per year
Flexible spending account
Health savings account
Paid time off
Professional development assistance
To apply for this job email your details to Awilson@promesa.org