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Clinical Director

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Tipo de contrato
A Tiempo Completo
Fecha de inicio
29 de julio de 2024
Fecha límite de postulación
28 de julio de 2024
Nivel de Experiencia
USD $80.000 - $113.333 / año


About the Job

Behavioral Health: ACE employs a team of social service professionals to provide high-quality care management and therapy services in support of its programs. The staff of this department provide training in human services across programs and participate in monitoring and evaluating program and individual staff performance.


The Clinical Director will ensure the development, quality, and sustainability of the Department of Behavioral Health’s services provided, coordinate day-to-day operations, and recommend and implement changes that improve the delivery of services. The Director will also provide direct services as needed.



  • Possesses expert-level knowledge of the role and duties of the position; understands the department’s roles and is able to meet the expectations of the position for work schedule, punctuality, attendance, time management, productivity, and quality of work
  • Operates as a reliable, flexible team player who works well with minimal supervision; has a good work ethic; is able to work effectively with team members demonstrating creativity, initiative, adaptability, and the ability to accept accountability and critical feedback. Is receptive to learning and responsive to supervision. Follows established procedures and is able to contribute to their improvement with a solution-oriented approach. Willing to take direction and learn from others
  • Possesses the technical and software skills to perform the duties of the position (including Google Suite and/or Microsoft Office)
  • Possesses the interpersonal skills needed to promote a safe, positive, and inclusive professional work environment conducive to effective service delivery; communicates effectively both orally and in writing 
  • Demonstrates cultural competence/cultural humility in community relations and service delivery
  • Is sensitive to community, cultural, and personal dignity of program participants and is able to successfully engage, assess, and plan services for participants typical of the program’s target population. Recognizes appropriate boundaries and limitations on interactions with program participants and their families and the need to maintain professional standards and practices. Is familiar with standard approaches to accurate participant record keeping, including timely charting, notation formats, content limitations, and confidentiality practices
  • Possesses knowledge of programs, regulations, and procedures regarding human services, social services, justice, and workforce development
  • Professional-level understanding of current human development and stages of change theory
  • Proficient at utilizing a range of evidence-based therapeutic modalities/interventions
  • Clinical expertise in crisis intervention, skills in working with the chronically mentally ill population, and with individuals and families undergoing acute episodes of psychiatric distress; skills in diagnosis and assessment.
  • Ability to work as part of a comprehensive community mental health team and to represent the agency in the community.
  • Ability to lead a staff of professionals and paraprofessionals.
  • Familiarity with community support systems, health care and human service resources, court and police activities, etc.


  • Ensures the ongoing development and sustainability of department services through strategic planning, resource attainment, and partnership maintenance and expansion
  • Leads ongoing assessment and evaluation to ensure that department services effectively address participant, organization, and community needs
  • Prepares and submits timely, accurate reports
  • Responsible for quality assurance in service delivery including clinical care and documentation
  • Ensures the provision of group and individual technical assistance related to clinical care management practices to direct service staff upon onboarding and ongoing
  • Provides supervision to BBS-registered ACE staff
  • Trains and supervises program staff, interns, and partners to ensure program participants receive effective and efficient services
  • Prepares and presents periodic reviews of individual performance and develops training and supervision plans for program staff and volunteers; ensures supervisees register for and attend required training
  • Serves as ACE’s primary point of contact with the Department of Mental Health and related entities
  • Recommends changes to improve service delivery and implements changes and new programming.
  • Adheres to the agency's policies and procedures and its code of ethics and complies with all federal, state, and regional laws and regulations related to mental health and related services
  • Provides high-quality behavioral health and family coaching services to participants and their families as needed.
  • Attends and participates in all mandatory meetings and trainings
  • Serves on agency committees, work groups, and other bodies
  • Fosters positive relationships with community members and partner organizations
  • Participate in cultural and community-building activities/events
  • Works to incorporate into organizational culture best practices for diversity, equity, inclusion, restorative justice, and trauma-informed care 
  • Contributes to practice by accomplishing related tasks as needed
  • Other duties as assigned 


  • Prolonged periods of standing and walking throughout facilities.
  • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer.
  • Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds at times.


  • Licensed Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in good standing with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences
  • Current licensure with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences
  • At least three years of professional experience in mental health or human services.
  • Possess a current California Driver’s License, clean DMV record & adequate auto insurance. 
  • Must submit to a Department of Justice Criminal background check 
  • Initial TB employment clearance required

This position may pay between $80,000 - $113,333/yr full-time exempt. The amount will be determined by experience, education, and qualifications.

About the Job

Behavioral Health: ACE employs a team of social service professionals to provide high-quality care management and therapy services in support of its programs. The staff of this department provide training in human services…


  • Health, Vision, and Dental Insurance (at no cost to you starting after 60 days) 
  • Retirement Plan with employer contributions at 2% of your annual salary
  • $100,000 life insurance (at no cost to you) 
  • Short and Long-Term Disability insurance (at no cost to you) 
  • 1-week vacation time (at one-year anniversary) 
  • Vacation will then accrue to two weeks vacation after completion of 2 years working at ACE and three weeks of vacation time after 5+ years of employment
  • 6 sick days a year (eligible to use after 90 days)
  • 15 paid holidays (selected by ACE)
  • Health, Vision, and Dental Insurance (at no cost to you starting after 60 days) 
  • Retirement Plan with employer contributions at 2% of your annual salary
  • $100,000 life insurance (at no cost…


6925 Canoga Ave, Canoga Park, CA 91303, USA

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