General Definition of Work:
• Responsible for developing, ensuring provision, and supervising therapeutic services for Gateway Cottage and Aftercare Program clients. Also responsible for overseeing and coordinating work of agency teams to ensure goals are achieved and work is progressing.
Education and Experience:
The Clinical Coordinator will have a minimum of a Master’s Degree in counseling and be a LPC in counseling field or a Licensed Associate Professional Counselor working toward full licensure. Substance abuse/addiction experience preferred.
Knowledge Skills and Abilities:
• Ability to multi-task, to work under pressure, and to courteously handle clients, staff, and general public.
• Ability to write grant applications and manage grants pertaining to Gateway Cottage and Aftercare programs.
Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Schedule meetings with outside agencies to maintain referrals to Gateway Cottage Programs
• Develop and provide in-service training to all employees
• Develop and provide fee-for-service trainings
• Develop and provide training in First Aid/CPR, Confidentially, Ethics, Cultural Diversity, Crisis Prevention, and other areas as identified.
• Develop and provide annual gambling training.
• Develop, ensure provision, and supervise therapeutic services for Gateway clients.
• Attend scheduled IOP staffing each month
• Develop and monitor client intake process for Gateway Cottage programs and coordinate admission interviews.
• Develop and facilitate supervision for all Intervention and Gateway Cottage staff.
• Oversee and coordinate work of agency teams so goals are achieved and work is progressing.
• Develop and update Clinical Services Manual
• Maintain and update Recovery Handbook
• Participate in rotational “on-call” schedule for Gateway Cottage
• Oversee job competency training for Prevention Counselors and Recovery Specialist
• Attend bi-weekly Administrative Coordinator’s Meeting
• Attend bi-weekly Service Coordinators Meeting
• Conduct bi-weekly Gateway Cottage Staffing
• Facilitate bi-weekly meetings with Prevention Counselors
• Facilitate bi-weekly Supervision with Gateway staff, Prevention Counselors and Crime Victim Advocates (3 separate meetings)
• Attend Gateway Cottage and Prevention Counselor initial employee interviews.
• Conduct ISP and clinical chart audits to ensure compliance.
• Develop a clinical expansion to EAP services offered to employees
• Conduct annual performance reviews on all departmental staff
• Oversee scheduling of all departmental programs (Prevention Counselors and Recovery Speicalist)
• Responsible for final decisions regarding crisis intervention
• Collaborate with Contracts Coordinator to ensure that all applications, grants, and contracts are submitted in a timely manner
• Ensure communication throughout the entire department is occurring through weekly reports, departmental, and coordinator meetings
• Attend weekly Coordinator meetings
• Maintain proficiency and accuracy in all information and reports
• Work as a team with the Executive Director and Coordinators in all areas
• Collaborate with Coordinators to maintain HODAC, Inc.’s inventory
• Participate in fundraising events
• Research information as needed for the company’s growth and development
• Maintain a positive attitude with all customers, clients, and staff
• Follow and support all HODAC, Inc. policies
• Provide support to Coordinators and the Executive Director to ensure that all needs are met
• Serve as an active and supportive team member and participate in work processes as identified
• Ensure that all goals are met and reported to the Executive Director
• Carry out all other duties as assigned by the Executive Director
Supervision Received and Exercised
• Works under the supervision of the Executive Director
• Responsible for supervising Residential and Aftercare Program Managers, Shift Managers, Prevention Counselors