LeaderStat Premier has been retained to assist The Masonic Homes of California to identify a Director of Clinical Services for their Masonic Center for Youth and Families clinic located in beauitful Presidio of San Francisco, CA. Presidio is a 1,500-acre park known for its lush forested areas, miles of trails, scenic views and sandy Baker Beach.
This is a unique opportunity for a person that wants to be part of an organization that delivers superior service.
If you are excited about having a hand in developing clinic programming and dedicated to helping children and adolescents enjoy happier more fulfilling lives, serving as the Director of Clinical Services for MCAYF will offer that opportunity.
Through family-centered, integrated mental health services, the Masonic Center for Youth and Families (MCYAF) helps children and adolescents, ages 4 to 24, enjoy healthier, happier, and more fulfilling lives – at home, at school, and in the future.
The team at MCYAF works closely with each family to develop customized care plans that meet every client’s unique needs. They believe that they can help children and teens best when they understand all of the systems that make up the child’s world. They work from a family focused team approach to integrate family, school and community into the treatment of each child. MCYAF’s unique private pay structure ensures that their therapeutic work is not dictated by third party payors. Their centers are staffed by MFTs, LCSWs, Assessment Psychologist and Educational Therapists. They form a team around each family to support emotional, academic and household success.
The team at MCYAF are dedicated to pursuing their professional growth and education. They are always reading, learning and training. The professional group of MCYAF combine their knowledge as a team and encourage each other’s growth. Joining the MCYAF team, means that you are passionate about integrating your work with an ambitious group of talented and experienced professionals.
The Director in this position is responsible for overseeing the Masonic Center for Youth and Family’s delivery of high-quality clinical services. S/he plays a critical role in managing the implementation of an integrated family-focused mental health service model. The Clinical Director will ensure that clinical services, supervision, and documentation follow high standards of care. S/he will manage a team that will carry out these duties. S/he will represent the center to the community and work to develop strong referral relationships. This position will hire, train and supervise direct service staff and managers within the clinic. As a member of The Masonic Center for Youth and Families leadership team, this position will play a vital role in the organization—this person will be responsible for overseeing the quality of clinical programming at all MCYAF clinic locations in collaboration with the Executive Director.
The position is responsible for:
-The quality of clinical work being provided at all clinic sites
-Developing and maintaining relationships with referral sources to ensure a strong collaborative connection
-Developing and implementing treatment modalities that are family focused and responsive to the needs of the clients referred to the center
-Ensuring that clinical services are reflective of current trauma research
-Maintaining an intake system that is easily accessible for all clients
-Clinical staff maintaining full case loads
-Doing occasional presentations to lodges, youth orders, and community venues
-Participating in the organization wide MDT collaboration
-Stays informed about issues regarding mental health, parent child/attachment and trauma focused theories and modalities (i.e. parent child psychotherapy, TF-CBT etc.)
-Oversees the management of services provided to all clients, including intake, screening, assessment, treatment plan and development and service delivery by staff.
IN COLLABORATION WITH THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR:
-Hire and train highly competent clinical staff
-Provide on-going clinical consultation and training
-Conduct outreach activities to inform the community of our services
-Establish opportunities and venues for community based workshops
-Establish additional modalities of treatment to meet the needs of our clients
-Responsible for overseeing, managing, supervising, creating and implementing all aspects of direct family services
-Oversees the management of training and clinical supervision of all staff, interns and volunteers.
-Manage a team of Directors who will carry out the clinic’s vision of being a cutting edge family focused mental health organization.
-Some travel may be necessary
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
The Clinical Director must be a licensed Doctor of Psychology in good standing from the state of California. A minimum of 5 years post license experience is required. She/he must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in a community mental health setting. The Director must be able to work collaboratively with a multi-disciplinary team. S/he must have specialized training and experience working from a trauma informed clinical model. Experience treating children, youth and families is a requirement. Have an extensive knowledge of community mental health services, school systems, and other community resources. Also must have a passion for working with families.
I understand and acknowledge that this job description/job analysis sets forth the basic tasks and duties of the job identified and shall not be considered a detailed description of all job requirements that may be needed to perform the job. Masonic Center for Youth and Family needs may necessitate performance of multiple other tasks, duties and responsibilities, including, but not limited to, assuming the responsibilities of other positions in order to deliver a high quality of service.
To learn more about this exciting opportunity or make a confidential referral contact April Murray at firstname.lastname@example.org.