ASSOCIATE CHIEF FOR SPECIALTY SERVICES-MENTAL HEALTH, MIT Medical, to perform a variety of administrative and supervisory duties in support of the chief of the Mental Health and Counseling Service. Will serve as a member of the senior management team and oversee and coordinate the clinical services of the Mental Health and Counseling Service, particularly the acute and specialty services (walk-in clinic, access team, eating concerns team, addiction specialist); participate in formulating, implementing, and evaluating the unit's services and programs; provide consultation and outreach to the Institute community; gather, interpret, and analyze data for the purpose of continuous improvement; and set staff goals, assess performance, and provide feedback. Will also serve as the lead member of the senior management team who liaison's with staff regarding acute and high-risk cases.
REQUIRED: a doctorate in medicine or clinical or counseling psychology and five years of administrative, management and clinical experience in a university counseling/mental health center, community-based mental health service, and/or psychiatric inpatient facility. Must be licensed or license eligible to practice as a mental health professional (clinical or counseling psychologist, psychiatrist) in the state of Massachusetts. Candidates who are licensed in other states must obtain MA licensure within six months. Job #14996
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