The Program Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Extended Day Treatment program, including but not limited to processing referrals, intake/triage, program operation consistent with policies/procedures, licensing, accreditation, and compliance standards. The Program Manager is responsible for direct supervision of staff, transportation, and oversight of insurance authorization and overall management of clinical care. Must have a Masters Degree in SW or a related field and be license eligible.
- Responsible for supervising day-to-day program operations including treatment milieu, program schedule, coordinating intakes/admissions and other identified administrative functions within the program to ensure its effective operation.
- Provides clinical supervision of program staff
- Informs Director of issues/concerns regarding effective delivery of clinical services including critical incidents, risk management, utilization, and personnel issues
- Oversees and ensures authorization and billing with managed care organizations.
- Ensures documentation is completed in accordance with State & Federal Statutes, COA & Boys & Girls Village standards
- Assists Director with meeting fiscal components, including program utilization, billing, and authorizations
- Complete medical necessity and completion chart audits as outlined by program policy
- A licensed master’s level mental health professional with a course of study in one of the following fields: clinical psychology; clinical social work; counseling; marriage and family therapy; psychiatric clinical nursing; or related area that requires equivalent clinical course work.
- Must have significant knowledge of diverse populations served by the program and milieu based treatment methodologies. Must demonstrate the ability to collaborate effectively with other agencies and to promote team building with staff.
- One to two years of supervisory experience
PURPOSE/FUNCTION OF THE PROGRAM:
Extended Day Treatment (EDT) provides services to children who have returned or are returning home from out-of-home care and require a moderate level of treatment or are at imminent risk of placement due to mental health issues or emotional disturbances.
LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS FOR CLINICAL POSITIONS:
Candidate must hold one of the following credentials: LCSW, LMFT, LPC or licensed or licensed-eligible Psychologist in the State of Connecticut.
COME JOIN OUR TEAM!
Boys & Girls Village (BGV) takes pride in the supportive, team-oriented environment we offer to our employees.
FOR YOUR HEALTH & WELLBEING
- Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision benefits, including an option that is free to employees. Currently using United HealthCare
- Health Care and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
- Free annual flu shots
- Wellness workshops
FOR YOUR FUTURE
- a 401K plan with employer contributions
- Company paid life and AD&D insurance, short and long-term disability.
FOR CAREER DEVELOPMENT
- A tuition reimbursement program and free licensing supervision.
- Partnership with CT Non-Profit Alliance for tuition discounts at participating universities
- Training and development opportunities
FOR WORK-LIFE BALANCE
- Competitive salaries, with increased compensation for Bi-lingual in Spanish staff
- Generous benefit time, including vacation, sick, and personal time
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)- Free and confidential counseling for employee and family
- Remote interview process offered
- Personal protective equipment provided and required
- Plastic shields at work stations
- Temperature screening at all entrances
- Social distance guidelines in place
- Sanitizing, Disinfecting, & Cleaning procedures in place
We are an equal opportunity employer.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.