Program Supervisor (Full-Time)

Role and Responsibilities

  • Must ensure all standards, within the program guidelines, are met. This includes the development and implementation of the department’s policy and procedures and goals and objectives in conjunction of the business needs and the standards of CARF, MDDCH, and CMH.
  • Supervision of clinical supervisors, lead clinicians, peer support, hospital liaison, and all other personnel assigned
  • Conduct interviews for clinical staff.
  • Communicate areas of accountability and performance expected of personnel assigned.
  • Determine standards of performance as a basis to review progress of personnel assigned; includes recommendations of salary adjustments, transfers, progressive discipline, promotions and dismissals.
  • Education/Training knowledge of principles and methods for curriculum and training design, teaching and instruction for individuals and groups.
  • Assist Human Resources to ensure all staff are up to date with CMH and corporate trainings and assist with acquiring all required employment documentation, which could include vital credentialing paperwork.
  • Coordinate administrative activities of departments related to providing services, improving productivity and increasing efficiencies by reviewing financial statements, quality management reports, or other performance data to measure goal achievement and identify areas needing cost reduction or program improvement.
  • Maintain a close, effective working relationship with the Director and other supervisors to effectively communicate problems and/or concerns regarding the program and administrative personnel taking prompt corrective action when necessary and/or suggest alternative course of action.
  • Actively participate and/or facilitate in personnel, monitor, provider, community, and payer meetings as needed.
  • Provide clinical oversight of program operations, including implementation of evidence-based practices and crisis intervention techniques.
  • Coordinate activities related to interdepartmental coordination of care.
  • Actively participate in the Quality Improvement Process(s), including NIATx projects and implementation of TLC/CSI Strategic Plan.
  • Projects a favorable image of the company to promote and enhance public recognition and acceptance of all of its areas of endeavor.

Qualifications and education requirements

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Working telephone
  • Possess a valid driver’s license
  • Pass all regulatory checks
  • Must obtain required annual corporate trainings
  • Possess reliable personal transportation
  • LMSW or LPC preferred, QMHP, QIDP, and CMHP

Benefits Offered:

  • Vacation and personal time
  • Health, dental, vision, and life insurance
  • Paid holiday's
  • Eligible for Public Student Loan Forgiveness

To Submit Your Resume:

  • Click the following link: Submit Resume
  • Fax to Human Resources at (810) 234-0941

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Job Location: 

Sterling Heights, Michigan