This is an unclassified management position responsible for assisting in defining Board goals and objectives, developing policies and procedures, supervising major components of Board operations and acting in absence of the Executive Director.
1. Monitor implementation of statutory requirements of the Mental Health Act of 1988, including all aspects of the community support program, including state and private hospital utilization, state hospital agreement(s) and utilization of funding guidelines.
2. Coordinate development of community plans and ensure that document is comprehensive and responsive to Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services (OMHAS) requirements. Supervise the completion of program reporting requirements of OMHAS and other funding sources.
3. Research, analyze and evaluate current program information and trends in community mental health, alcohol and drug addiction services; make recommendations to identify gaps and changes in service demands; submit to Executive Director for policy determination and recommendations to Board.
4. Supports services by assessing and researching new funding streams, identifying new regulations, training needs and communication issues.
5. Review, analyze and prepare recommendations to the Executive Director for revisions to the Board/Agency contracts and the contract development process. Collaborate with Planning and Evaluations Coordinator to monitor and evaluate agency compliance with contracts. Act as liaison to provider agencies for problem resolution and implementation of Board policy and procedures.
6. Obtain new and expanded services by coordinating, assisting and writing grant proposals.
7. Serve as a representative of the ADAMH Board at community meetings, assuring effective collaboration between related systems.
8. Develop and maintain external relationships with stakeholders including but not limited to, Re-Entry Coalitions, area health concerns, crisis teams, health care integration, medication assisted therapies and Veteran’s concerns.
9. At request of Executive Director, represent the Board at county, state and/or federal hearings or meetings relative to Board operations. Maintain membership and active participation in local, state, and national organizations at the request of the Executive Director.
10. Serve as the Board’s Client Rights officer and supervise the review of client grievances and complaints. Maintain records of and provide annual recap of all Client Rights and Grievances for the Board’s service district.
11. Serve as staff representative to the Board. Serve the functions of the Executive Director as requested in the absence of the Executive Director.
12. Perform other duties as requested or assigned.
Knowledge of: System wide services; barriers to providing clinical services; system improvement strategies, computer software programs and applications; advanced management principles and practices; agency and community mental health and substance abuse resources; and public relations.
Ability to: The successful candidate must have strong leadership skills and a high energy level capable of motivating others along with superior communication and interpersonal skills, a strong technical base and demonstrated management skills. Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with associates, supervisors, job contact and general public. Speak effectively in individual and group environments; originate correspondence, collect and interpret data and research material; maintain confidentiality of non-public and sensitive subject matter; maintain accurate and complete work records.
Qualifications: An excellent work history and ability to pass background checks is required. Master’s Degree in Mental Health, Social Work, Psychology or a closely related field with 7 to 10 years progressively responsible clinical, supervisory and management experience in mental health or closely related field. Must have demonstrated supervisory skills (at least two years).
Licensure or Certification Requirements LSW, LPC, RN, LCDCIII or License in Clinical Psychology. Independent Licensure preferred.
There may be extensive travel within the service district or state. The employee must have access to a vehicle and hold a valid driver’s license for the State of Ohio. The employee must maintain an acceptable driving record and insurance.
At the Executive Director’s discretion, the education and experience prerequisites may be excepted where the candidate can demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Board, an equivalent combination of education and experience specifically preparing the candidate for success in the position.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS:
Office is goal-oriented and committed to management by objectives. Work will be conducted for the most part in an office setting, but will require travel and onsite visits. High degree of pressure in meeting deadlines, negotiating and resolving conflict and in completing tasks in a timely manner.
Work hours may be altered by Executive Director to accommodate demands and deadlines.
Employees Supervised: 2, Public Affairs Coordinator and Planning and Evaluations Coordinator
The Mental Health and Recovery Board of Wayne and Holmes Counties is seeking applicants for the full-time position of Associate Director for Recovery Services.
Applicants may send their application to:
MH&R Board 1985 Eagle Pass Wooster, OH 44691
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All applicants must have a Master’s Degree in a human services field. Prefer clinical licensure and background in the drug/alcohol and/or mental health or public administration field. A full description of the position can be found on the Board’s website at http://www.whmhrb.org/careers under Links/Careers.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Ad Title: Director, Practice Implementation and Evaluation Contact: NEOMED State: OH Description:
TITLE: Director, Practice Implementation and Evaluation Position No. A18266 Pay Grade 80 ECLS A1 FLSA, Exempt DEPARTMENT: Psychiatry REPORTS TO: Director, BeST Center DIRECT REPORT TITLES: 1 Senior Consultant Trainer, 1 Managing Consultant Trainer, 3 Consultant Trainers, 1 Program Evaluator, 1 Training/Instructional Specialist, and 1 Program Assistant DATE: July 2012; May 2014; June 2017
SUMMARY: Responsible for leading evidence based practice implementation, quality improvement, and program evaluation for the BeST Center in partnership with the BeST Center team. Support BeST Center consultants in building strong collaborations with administrative leadership, key stakeholders, and clinical supervisors at local community organizations for completion of organizational readiness assessments, data/outcome plans, outreach strategies, training/consultation, quality improvement/fidelity monitoring and sustainability plans. Conduct cost benefit analyses of evidence based practices using service utilization and outcome data. Foster strong team, departmental, university, and external collaborator partnerships. Work with BeST Center team and expert collaborators to author publications and deliver presentations on BeST Center practices. Manage contracts and contractual budgets and recommend resource allocations. Ensure compliance with institutional policies and procedures and contractual obligations. Serve on University Committees. An eligible candidate may be considered for a faculty appointment within the Department of Psychiatry.
PRINCIPAL FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Should total 100% Brief Detail of Responsibility % of Time 1) Lead evidence-based practice implementation, quality improvement, program evaluation, outcome reporting, and cost/benefit analyses of BeST Center practices. 45% 2) Develop, negotiate, and manage contracts and contractual budgets to support community practice implementation and ensure compliance with university and departmental policies and procedures. 20% 3) Support the development and updating of training and implementation materials and foster their professional growth and development. 15% 4) Author publications and deliver presentations in partnership with BeST Center team and expert collaborators on BeST Center program practices. 15% 6) Perform other duties as assigned 5%
QUALIFICATIONS: Education/Degrees: PhD or MA (with equivalent experience) in public health, psychology, social work, counseling or related field. Professional licensure in respective field.
Experience: Expertise in implementation, quality improvement, and evaluation of mental health evidence-based practices. Expertise with schizophrenia spectrum disorders. Program leadership and management experience (5-10 years required).
Key Skills, Knowledge and Personal Characteristics:
• Experienced manager with a commitment to and passion for the education, research and service missions of the University; • Exceptional ability to build and manage collaborative projects and teams; • Expertise in the implementation of evidence based, promising or best practices; • Expertise in schizophrenia spectrum disorders; • Ability to provide presentations to general public and stakeholders; • Understanding of public and private reimbursement system opportunities and challenges; • Expertise with quality improvement and outcome measurement approaches; • Expertise with data systems and software; • Experience with managing contracts and budgets; • High professional standards and integrity; • Commitment to excellence; • Demonstrated success in developing and sustaining effective relationships with internal and external constituents; • Excellent written and oral communication skills; • Highly developed analytical and organizational skills; • Excellent work ethic and high energy level; • Commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion; • Willing to travel as required
• Communication: Builds and maintains open, transparent and effective lines of communication, within and outside the University, to better serve team members and customers; appropriately tailors written and verbal messages to target audiences. • Business Acumen: Demonstrates a clear understanding of all areas affecting the University’s business (teaching, research, service) – customers (i.e., students, faculty, community), resources, educational trends, new advances – and uses skills in planning, prioritization, decision-making, and resource allocation to drive desired results. • People Management Establishes clear and focused expectations and accountabilities, coaches for success, shows managerial courage and champions talent development.
Must be able to utilize a phone, computer and screen and other office equipment. While performing the duties of the job, the employee is frequently required to sit; talk; or hear and occasionally stand, walk, reach, stoop, or kneel. Must be able to occasionally lift up to 25 pounds.
Mental Health and Recovery for Licking and Knox Counties, a county government board, is seeking an Executive Administrative Assistant to fill a full time position with benefits to assist the Executive Director with the organization of the board and targeted projects. Requires evidence of strong verbal and written communication skills, office management and organizational skills with experience in customer service and public relations, social media and web management, and project management. Knowledge of public board functions and behavioral health populations helpful. Some evening work required.
Qualifications: Minimum Associates’ degree, with preferred Bachelors’ degree, required in administration, public relations, management, or communications with 3+ years of proven office management experience; proficiency in Microsoft Office and computer skills; notary of public commission or ability to obtain within four months of hiring. Valid driver’s license required.
Send resume and cover letter to: SEARCH Mental Health and Recovery for Licking and Knox Counties, 1435 West Main Street Suite B Newark, Ohio 43055
The Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board of Cuyahoga County is seeking an INTERIM Claims and Membership Specialist for the term of the absence of a full-time employee in our Finance Division under the supervision of our Claims & Membership Administrator.
We offer a competitive salary, outstanding benefits package and our office is located in a renovated historic building right in the heart of vibrant Ohio City! This is an excellent opportunity for a detailed individual who is looking for an interim position that would enjoy being responsible for review/research/validation of provider claims in the Shared Health and Recovery Enterprise System (SHARES), or any other necessary system, regarding the disposition of pended claims, researching provider billing errors, and providing help desk functions review/research/data verification and enrollment of new members into SHARES and other related data systems, updating existing member records to reflect corrections and changes, researching membership errors, and providing membership help desk functions. Serves as liaison to providers as assigned.
Find out more about us and view the minimum qualifications, complete job description, and specific instructions on how to apply for this position by visiting www.adamhscc.org and clicking on Job Opportunities.
Deadline for applying is 5:00 p.m., Friday, July 28, 2017.
The ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified individuals in recovery from mental illness and/or addictions are encouraged to apply for open positions.
Ohio Association of County Behavioral Health Authorities
175 South Third Street, Suite 900, Columbus, Ohio 43215 - Phone: 614-224-1111
Cheri L. Walter, Chief Executive Officer