Private mental health practice is seeking full time Clinical Director. This is a full-time salary position with benefits, including 1/2 paid employer health insurance, three weeks Paid Time Off, and matching Simple IRA. Salary $75-85K, commensurate with experience.
- LCSW, LCPC, or LMFT
- 7+ years of direct clinical experience
- 4+ years supervisory experience
- 2 managerial experience
- Strength-based, reflective supervision style
- Diverse range of clinical knowledge with direct experience with multiple issues and ages
- Comfortable and knowledgeable with a variety of modalities (and the ability to recognize which modalities are being used when reporting therapist work)
- In-depth understanding of diagnosing and assessment
- Ability to multi-task
- Demonstrated knowledge of effective and efficient clinical documentation in a private (non-Medicaid) setting.
- Reliable and mature
- Productive with strong organization and procedure writing skills
- Strong presentation skills
- Very adept at Microsoft products and email
- Very adept at learning the company EHR system (currently Valant)
- Ability and willingness to network in the community and on social media
This position, under the direction of the CEO (and Executive Clinical Director semi-retired/Owner) is responsible to provide oversight to teams of employees, providing behavioral therapy to adults, family, and youth at a variety of locations. This includes clinics in Champaign and nearby counties, as well as distant practitioners. This may include licensed therapists (LCSWs, LCPCs, LMFTs, LSWs, and LPCs), Psychiatrists, Psychologists, interns, wellness practitioners, consultants, and coaches.
As Clinical Director, you will participate in the decisions of the Executive Leadership team, including strategic vision, objectives, goals, policies and procedures, and budget-- serving as the subject matter expert from a clinical perspective. It requires advising and participating in an expanded role as the company expands into different markets or business models or adds to the services of the current model.
With the Executive Leadership team (CEO, Business Manager, Clinical Director), this position is responsible for determining, the makeup of the Clinical line staff, as well as the Clinical Leadership team (possibly including: Clinical Supervisor, Clinical Coordinator, Clinical Mentor, Wellness Coordinator) and some specific administrative assistant. The position would be responsible to develop the budget, determining responsibilities, write job descriptions, present request to CEO with justification, interview, write and facilitate job offers, negotiate contract detail, execute contracts, hire and train. All job duties as defined in this document are subject to being assigned to others on the Clinical Leadership team, with the ultimate responsibility being held by the Clinical Director.
The Clinical Director will provide strong leadership, including positive role-modeling, clear direction, professional supervision, onboarding and profession development of clinical staff; conduct performance evaluations, including further development and monitoring of Performance Key Indicators (PKI) and discipline/corrective measures as needed for all reports; provide supervision directly to clinicians for all complicated clients (for instance: legal issues, complicated family overlap, multiple therapist, or as requested by Clinical Leadership team.) The role also requires the Director to provide suggestion and planning then oversee and ensure implementation of new/changing procedures as they effect clinical team from inception through implementation. This will encompass in-depth knowledge of EMR (currently Valant) and writing all procedures as they relate to clinical team. The position will also be hands-on involved with recommending and developing procedures to best utilize the EMR and all software that involves clinical staff. This will include extensive knowledge of EMR and interaction with the EMR company (currently Valant) as necessary to determine best utilization. Work interdepartmentally as well as with other leadership (and solo as necessary) to develop policy and procedures in regard to how the clinical staff relates to company policy, work flow and/or administrative staff. Creating all training material and documentation regarding procedures to ensure efficiency and compliance of clinical staff and ensuring that all policies and procedures are well written and well organized and carried out are Clinical Director job duties.
As Clinical Director, it is essential to participate to meet the company’s needs and obligations regarding crisis and emergencies.
A big role of the Clinical Director will include ensuring that the clinical staff is well rounded in various evidenced based modalities and treatment approaches for wide variety of clients including adults and children with a wide variety of presenting issues thru identifying needs, hiring, training, continuing education, professional development of staff.
You will facilitate collaborations to build service capacity (recruitment) and referral base through community outreach, partnerships, networking in person and on social media; work with Executive team to maintain a climate which attracts, recognizes, keeps and motivates a staff of top-quality clinicians; consult and prepare material as needed to keep the company advised for compliance with all legalities and best ethics practice regarding medical records and clinical services. (Consult with Executive Clinical Director, Legal counsel or HR [Consultant] as necessary); ensure clinical staff comply with all legal and ethical guidelines; work directly with HR [consultant] to stay within all legal, ethical and best practices with regard to hiring and treatment of staff.
The Clinical Director role requires you to work with Business Development team, serving as subject matter expert to facilitate, produce and promote media and social media content (TV appearances, videos, blog posts, social media posts).
And lastly, it is essential to be a top performer in all aspects of therapist’s duties, maintain a case load of 5-10 clients, as directed and reviewed semi-annually.
Mental Health Therapists
Our team sets their own hours, determines their own caseloads, and gets to spend time with clients (not doing paperwork)! Whether you are interested in a full time career with benefits or a part time side gig while you keep your day job, we have a place for smart compassionate therapists who want the advantages of private practice without the administrative hassle. We primarily hire LPC, LCPC, LSW, LCSW and LMFT, but also accept applications from non-licensed or pre-licensed individuals with special skills, to complete our team in Champaign, Urbana, LeRoy, and Tuscola.
Full time positions include a full benefits package including medical insurance and paid vacation time. Pay is $20-40+ per hour commensurate with experience and licensure.
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Mental Health Therapists - .
About the position: If you are looking for a part-time gig while you keep your day job or something more full-time, we may have the position for you! Elliott Counseling Group is looking to expand our team with experienced therapists - LPC, LCPC, LSW, LCSW, LMFT, or PhD - who are licensed by the state of Illinois (or can obtain one) and who are interested in working from a remote setting (your home, your personal office, etc.). We want to provide you with the same amenities as our on-site therapists - that means having out administrative staff manage all intake, credentialing, billing, and more. It also means that you are able to create your own schedule and determine your own caseload.
You will work remotely conducting one-on-one, safe, and confidential video sessions with clients using our telehealth application.
All employees, part-time and full-time alike, are offered competitive wages, paid time off. Our full-time team member benefits include medical insurance package and a Simple IRA with company match.
If interested please submit your resume to email@example.com
What therapists say about working at Elliott Counseling Group
"As the new school year starts and I prepare for managing both careers, I remember how fortunate I am to work two great jobs. Many teachers have to work multiple jobs to make meets end...I 'get' to have two careers. Besides working at TCHS as a special needs teacher, I have also worked evenings at Elliott Counseling Group as a LPC for the last six years. Because ECG allows me to have flexibility making my own schedule, and they have the office staff to handle the day to day operations of the private practice, I am able to put hours in doing what I love...working with client!"
Angie Patton, LPC, LBS1
Shayla Parker, LCPC
"Working at ECG allows me to do what I love, helping others, while allowing me the flexibility to be there for my family as well. The administrative team is great because they handle all of the things that are very time consuming and that don't involve direct therapeutic contact with the client such as scheduling, insurance, credentialing, checking benefits and billing just to name a few. ECG has been great about pairing me up with clients that I feel most experienced at helping which is great for everyone, the client and the therapist."
"I have been a school social worker for fifteen years and a therapist at Elliott Counseling Group for the last four. Being an employee at Elliott Counseling Group allows me the flexibility to schedule appointments around my "day job". Simultaneously, I have felt valued by administrators, clerical staff and co-workers. I feel the Elliott Counseling Group provides the perfect combination of an autonomous and supportive work environment."
Karen Shepard, LCSW
Marilee Johnson, LPC
"I enjoy helping people so much and am glad I have the opportunity to do this through a well working enterprise like Elliott Counseling Group, but I also like that I can be flexible and choose my own hours. It is huge for me. Everyone works together to get things done, and my supervisor is increditble. I love that we have a beautiful building with lots of light and that everyone is pleasant and helpful even when things are stressful. I have been able to get the clients I need to fill my schedule right away and I have been referred to clients that fit my specialties as well."
"In addition to my job as a school counselor, I am a therapist at ECG. For the last 6 months I have been seeing clients two evening a week. I love my part-time job at ECG; the extra money is great, the flexibility is amazing, and the support/supervision is PRICELESS. I have a mixed caseload of children and adults. After working in the school setting all day, it is a breath of fresh air to work with individuals who are ready and want change. "
Lindsay Ennis, LPC
Kevin Shepherd, LCSW
"I have always wanted to work in a private practice setting but had concerns about going out on my own and managing all of the tasks outside of seeing clients that would come with owning a practice. Working at Elliott Counseling Group has provided me the freedom to focus on doing therapy with clients thanks to the support staff that manage the other aspects of managing a business. I am also able to be more selective about my client base and work with clients that I feel I can support and provide the best service to than I was able to in a traditional agency setting."
Monica Cherry, LCSW