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Clinical director

Linke Resources, LLC

This is a Full-time position in Oakland, NJ posted December 11, 2019.

POSITION SUMMARY Clinical Director: Oakland, NJ Under the direction of the Director of CLIENT CONFIDENTIAL the Clinical Director is responsible for providing clinical oversight to CLIENT CONFIDENTIAL Programs.

The Clinical Director provides advanced clinical services including comprehensive assessment of individuals supported; functional analyses of behavior; development, implementation, and evaluation of behavior or other support plans; training in treatment plan implementation; monitoring of treatment data with regard to clinical effectiveness; clinical consultation; and training others in the use of behavioral methods.

Develop and provide oversight to Behavior Support Plans, train caregivers in support plan implementation, and monitors treatment data with regard to clinical and program effectiveness.

Demonstrates skills in data collection, report preparation, and professional presentations.

Collaborates on the development, revision, and oversight of clinical and operational processes.

Provides clinical supervision and oversight as required.

Provides on-going training and development of clinical team.

Ensure delivery of quality clinical services.

Ensure a high level of satisfaction and an observable high quality of life in CLIENT’s programs.

Develop and implement procedures/guidelines as needed to ensure efficient operations and maximize the delivery of services in accordance with the organizational mission, vision, and values.

Receive, generate and disseminate information to ensure consistent, accurate and quality services.

Become knowledgeable in and act as an effective trainer in specified areas of expertise.

Encourage team building through empowerment and inclusion of all employees.

Participate in CLIENT’s behavior management and human rights committees.

Ensure that behavior support plans comply with all regulations.

Remain informed of current professional literature as it applies to individuals with ASD and apply that knowledge in responsible ways within ethical guidelines.

Assures compliance with all state and federal licensing requirements, guidelines and regulations.

Assures staffing needs are met and there are systems in place for effective recruitment, training and retention of staff.

Assures clinical resources are in place to support the needs of the program.

Assures effective training, supervision and support to all direct reports Fosters and encourages a culture of collaboration and teamwork that is focused on the provision of service excellence.

Assures policies and procedures are effective, current and provide the necessary guidance and consistency to assure the provision of quality service Assures that the administrative and programmatic quality improvement proves is data driven, where data informs practice.

Provides oversight of all adult services to ensure quality level of service Ensures programs meet NJ DDD and any other relevant regulatory standards.

Oversees licensure and inspection process.

Reports all unusual incidents to appropriate personnel immediately.

Provides follow-up as appropriate consistent with CLIENT’s policy.

Defines and provides oversight of all clinical processes and ensures program integrity, including integrity of instructional and treatment programs.

Problem solves individualized skill acquisition and treatment programs for which data do not indicate a change in the desired location.

Develops rapport with individuals served and families, as appropriate.

Provides regular communication with families.

Develops and maintains relationships with funding and regulatory personnel.

Provides on-call responsibilities.

Requirements: BCBA credential required.

Minimum of five years’ experience in functional behavior assessments for individuals with severe behavioral needs.

Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.

Must demonstrate effective written and verbal communication skills; ability to read, interpret and apply policies and regulations.

Valid driver’s license and daily access to privately maintained vehicle.

Ability to pass all required background checks and clearances.

Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Our client offers a comprehensive benefits package and a collaborative work environment focused on supporting our mission, vision and values.

Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE)