Agency Name: Monroe CMH Authority
Agency Contact: James A Brown
- Position Type: Full Time
- Job Type: Permanent
- County: Monroe
- Salary Range: 71k - 93k per Year
- Send applications to: https://www.monroecmha.org/join-our-team/
- Please include your resume when applying.
The Program Director manages and has clinical oversight over the service delivery system for one of MCMHA’s clinical programs (Child & Family Services or Adult MI / IDD Services). In managing the program the Program Director works with the management team to direct the program’s overall operation, methods of service delivery, regulatory compliance, and budgetary constraints consistent with the mission and vision of Monroe Community Mental Health Authority. The Program Director must have substantial knowledge of applicable state guidelines, reimbursement systems, and extensive knowledge of the Michigan Mental Health Code.
In the community the Program Director actively works to promote mission and vision of the Authority by forming community partnerships and engaging them in our efforts to provide services to consumers of the public mental health system. Additionally, this position participates in leadership activities at the Full Administrative Staff level and at the regional affiliation level (PIHP). Reporting directly to the Chief Clinical Officer, this position requires the exercise of substantial independent judgment in the performance of these duties.
Education, Training and Licensing Credentials:
Masters degree in social work, psychology or counseling, with appropriate Michigan Licensure is required. Must have at least 5 years experience directly providing services to mental health consumers and a minimum of 3 years as a supervisor/manager of mental health employees. Knowledge and 2 years experience directly providing evidenced-based best practice strategies required, such as PMTO, CBT, DBT. Prefer three years clinical experience providing family treatment. Knowledge of and direct clinical experience in using non-traditional, community-based forms of intervention, preferred.