Clinical Director

Full Time
Blauvelt
Posted 3 weeks ago

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Job CategoryBiomedical
Job Description:This position presently offers a $5,000 sign-on bonus. GENERAL SUMMARY The Clinical Director will have experience working within an environment serving individuals with Intellectual Disabilities/Developmental Disabilities, Behavioral Health, and Autism. Work collaboratively to build an organizational culture within Developmental Disabilities in Rockland, Goshen and Bronx for all programs that support the effective advancement of the Individual goals within an Individualized Residential Alternative (IRA) Program and Day Program and are in line with Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) standards. The Clinical Director is also required to work at a various sites as necessary and work a flexible schedule when requested.
Responsibilities:• Attend agency meetings and meetings with external stakeholders representing St. Dominic’s Family Services. • Demonstrate professionalism, leadership and knowledge in State and Federal regulations as it pertains to Nursing and or OPWDD. • Responsible for the overall leadership of the entire clinical team (Physical Therapy, Speech Language Pathology, Behavioral Intervention Specialist, Nurses) within the Developmental Disabilities Program with a strong commitment to the agency’s mission, purpose, and values. • Oversight of day-to-day management of Nurses and BIS team and understand Continuous Quality Improvement standards, Medicaid/Managed Care, Value Based practices in order to ensure program remains in compliance with OPWDD’s regulatory guidelines. • Create and sustain operating systems, processes and administrative workflows that achieve efficiencies and ensure accurate and timely results. • Responsible for scheduling oversite of clinical staff across all sites (Bronx, Rockland, Goshen) in coordination with the SVP of Developmental Disabilities. • Responsible for supervising, directing and managing the clinical staff, reviewing clinical assessments, surrogate decision making, incident review and human rights inquiries, participating in weekly clinical meetings offering a clear sense of direction, and hold self and staff accountable. • Serve as a member of the senior management team with a strong commitment to advocating on behalf of people with developmental disabilities as well as advancing and enhancing services and supports. • Oversee, monitor and ensure clinical staff compliance with treatment, required paperwork, and system deadlines. • Review and sign off on all required paperwork, manually and electronically. • Responsible for supervising, directing, and coordinating nursing services, reviewing nursing assessments, surrogate decision making, incident review and human rights inquiries, and participating in weekly clinical meetings to promote high quality health care services. • Systematically monitor clinician results against expectations and be responsible for implementing a corrective action plan, when necessary, including developing systems for tracking reports and medical follow up and other clinical requirements. • Lead efforts to improve personal outcome measures (POMS). • On-Call for Clinical emergencies.
Qualifications:BS in Nursing required. Master’s Degree in Nursing preferred and must be licensed NYS Board Certified Registered Nurse. Five (5) years of experience in Nursing, or working with Intellectual Disabilities/Developmental Disabilities, Social Services or Mental Health program. Eight to ten (8-10) years of progressive management experience.
Skills:Ability to interact with and complete assignments in a manner sensitive to the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics.
Certifications:NYS Licensed RN or Nurse Practioner.
Salary Wage:$120,000
Anticipated Start Date:7/11/2022

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