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Clinic Administrator - Mental Health Clinic

Summary of Position

Facility: Wisconsin Rapids, WI
Status: Full-time position

The Mental Health (MH) Administrator will provide supervision and support the overall operation of the clinic. This role will provide clinical and operational support to programs that serve mental health and Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) individuals within all mental health programs. The Mental Health Clinician/Administrator assists the Mental Health Director to ensure overall compliance with federal, state, county and other regulatory or contractual standards; trains MH Practitioners and Licensed Treatment Professionals and other professionals on mental health-related topics; and assists in staffing recommendations to provide for the health and safety of individuals.

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Education & Experience

*Must possess Wisconsin licensure as an independent mental health professional: Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Psychologist (LP) who has completed 3000 supervised clinical hours*Must possess considerable knowledge of principles and practices of mental health, developmental disabilities, and chemical dependency diagnoses and intervention; program research, development and monitoring; laws and regulations affecting the delivery of mental health, AODA, and developmental disability services; professional ethics; behavior management and characteristics of individual group behavior and Individual Placement Services (IPS).Experience with Comprehensive Community Services (CCS), Community Support Programs (CSP), and Emergency Mental Health /Crisis Services strongly preferred.Understand and follow oral and written instructions; establish and maintain working relationships with other employees, family and friends of individuals, community resources, service providers, and volunteers; develop cooperative and supportive relationships with individuals; exercise initiative and judgment in completing tasks and responsibilities; communicate effectively both verbally and in writing; maintain records and prepare accurate reports; conceive, develop and implement new and innovative programs and resources.Clinical supervision and collaboration, facilitation, evaluation, observation and problem-solving skills are required.Secure and maintain a valid Wisconsin driver license and a driving record that meets the organization’s standards for insurance purposes. As position requires use of a personal vehicle, employees must secure and maintain minimum insurance requirements of ODC Inc. to transport individuals in a personal vehicle.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities / Essential Functions

**Following is a listing of representative examples of duties for this position; it is not considered to be a complete listing of all duties and responsibilities for the position.

  • Provide clinical direction to all staff in cooperation with Mental Health Services Director and the Mental Health Supervisor within the CCS program.
  • Work closely with County services and state and federal agencies, service providers, families and friends to access and maintain services for individuals.
  • Assist and Support all Staff to conduct initial individual assessments and prepare staff for the best clinical care of individual.
  • Provide clinical supervision for designated staff as dictated by statute requirements and program needs indicated by the Mental Health Director.
  • Develop and deliver training for mental health staff on continuing education and individual specific topics.
  • Must be available on a 24-hour basis, via phone or in person as needed, to consult with staff and respond to emergency situations.
  • Attend and provide clinical direction for staff meetings in cooperation with team.
  • Attend all management meetings as scheduled and directed by the Mental Health Director.
  • Attend individual consumer meetings as needed.
  • Attend all meetings required to secure contracts and licensure.
  • Administer quality assurance and applicable licensing measures for MH/AODA programs and complete regular reports on findings. Develop plans to increase and maintain quality of services.
  • Responsible for documentation and all paperwork requirements for Clinic operations within State guidelines.
  • Secure Contracts or other funding sources within the community or applicable funding streams.
  • Provide direct services and supports to Clients.

Physical Requirements

Reports to:

Mental Health Director

Responsible for:

Licensed Treatment Professionals and Mental Health Practitioners