Want to join a growing, compassionate team of people who are building a stronger and more vibrant community? El Futuro is the leading provider of mental health treatment to Latino families in North Carolina. Our mission is to nurture stronger familias to live out their dreams.
The Clinical Director will join our mission at a critical time of growth, as we build from our grassroots, volunteer-founded beginnings into a statewide resource and national model for Latino mental health. In this position, you will:
- Be responsible for leading, directing, supervising, managing and coordinating the day to day clinical operations of El Futuro.
- Ensure quality clinical operations of the core clinical programs (i.e. Conexiones, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse) and resources necessary to reach the targeted numbers of participants
- Maintain or increase numbers served as identified
- Ensure that audits are clean and quality of care is consistently provided
- Provide supervision to Manager of Clinical Programs to support best practice in clinical and other services.
- Collaborate with the Executive Director and Finance Director in the development of the annual clinical operations budget and monitoring of the expenses and revenue projections throughout the year to ensure all budget targets are met.
- Work with the Executive Director and Director of Advancement and Strategy to identify areas for expansion and partners to support the work of El Futuro.
- Oversee clinical team of 12-15 clinicians, and the provision of behavioral health services at El Futuro locations throughout the triangle (i.e. Durham, Siler City, School-Based work at A.L. Stanback Middle School, Telehealth Sites).
- Allocate staff and other resources to ensure behavioral health services are accessible to Latinx populations across North Carolina.
Qualifications & Skills
Required unless otherwise indicated
- Requires a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology or related field. Must have 5-10 years of management experience in community-based organizations, minimum 5 year experience in direct clinical work and fully licensed to practice in North Carolina, and minimum 3-year experience providing clinical supervision.
- The ability to communicate proficiently in English and Spanish is highly desirable.
- A thorough understanding and knowledge of participant confidentiality issues and HIPAA compliance/regulations are essential
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Experience and familiarity in writing reports
- Knowledge of computer software including Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and Access.
Level of Language Proficiency
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
To respond to this job posting, please submit the following to Human Resources :
- Cover letter
- Three references