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Posted: Tuesday, September 5, 2017 4:35 AM

Job Description Located just southeast of downtown Indianapolis, Resource Treatment Facility is a residential treatment facility that provides comprehensive, competency-based, client-centered residential treatment to youth and their families. Programming focuses on the utilization of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) in day-to-day activities, from individual counseling sessions to group interactions on the unit. Resource works with families and placement agencies to ensure that a team approach to treatment is utilized. The Clinical Manager is responsible for planning, directing, evaluating and coordinating clinical services for Resource Treatment Facility. Employee is responsible for developing program initiatives of a clinical nature and providing clinical input into administrative or policy issues involving residents. Duties include developing operating plans and procedures; assisting in policy development; evaluating clinical standards; and establishing training programs. Supervises and directs the Clinical Department and is responsible for providing skilled clinical supervision and education to Therapists, Behavioral Clinicians, and Case Managers for assigned team. Employee supervises and participates in the clinical aspects of admissions, education, prognosis, progress reviews, rehabilitation, treatment planning, and discharge planning functions. Employee is responsible for the proper implementation and on-going follow-up of program guidelines. The Clinical Manager works in conjunction with the CEO, Director of Nursing, Director of Education, Clinical Team, and the CMHC partner to ensure continuity and consistency with the day-to-day programming. Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities: Thorough knowledge of clinical practices, techniques and ethics as they apply to intervention programs for children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral issues. Thorough knowledge of individual, group and family behavior. Thorough knowledge of counseling techniques and theories. Through knowledge of the social effects of various physical and mental problems on residents, their families, and/or the community. Considerable knowledge of various federal, state, and facility guidelines concerning the care for adolescents and children with emotional and behavioral problems Considerable knowledge of the legal requirements and court procedures involved in the placement of residents in facilities and community agencies and program policies, rules and regulations governing client services. Considerable knowledge of supervisory and training techniques and practices used in a mental health setting. Ability to multi-task, capable of daily problem-solving complex issues. Effective oral and written communications skills. Thorough knowledge of how to develop monitoring systems for clinical effectiveness, service delivery, and overall clinical adherence to policy. Physical, mental, special demands and working conditions: Ability to function in a fast paced, fluid environment. May have some exposure to communicable/infectious diseases May have some risk of injury from assaultive/abusive residents. Ability to work assigned hours per week. Ability to walk, sit, stand for long periods of time. Ability to drive a van. Ability to lift up to 50 pounds. Ability to run, squat, and kneel. Surveys: CBCL’s, CANS IRACCA Survey CCI Survey JCAHO Survey Other accreditation surveys Machines, tools, equipment Telephone, switchboard paging system, walkie-talkie. Copy machines, fax machines. Company Description All Acadia employees strive to help individuals and families struggling with drug and alcohol addiction as well as those suffering with mental health issues. The Acadia working environment is one of mutual respect, encouragement, and a desire to see each staff member grow and excel in their careers. - Centerpointe Community Based Services - Resource Treatment Facility - Resolute Treatment Facility - Options Behavioral Health Systems Works as a salaried employee in accordance with established policies as outlined in the employee handbook. The employee in this position is expected to give two weeks notice prior to voluntary resignation. A probationary period of 90 days is required.

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• Location: Indianapolis

• Post ID: 29843677 indianapolis
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