Join CSC’s dynamic community in creating a culture of compassion, hope, and health. Our next Clinical Director will be an individual with great leadership and listening skills, demonstrated ability to successfully lead implementation of multi-site, organization-wide initiatives, capacity for strategic thinking, an interest in working with stakeholders outside the organization, a high level of expertise in providing research-informed treatment for individuals with serious mental health diagnoses, and a heart the size of an ocean.
CSC's programs offer exceptionally high-quality, research-informed clinical care to recovering adults with psychiatric needs. Our care team includes psychiatrists, nurses, therapists, case managers, and a music therapist, as well as vocational, recovery and peer specialists. As an alternative to hospitalization, we provide a place for patients to heal and grow in beautiful Vermont country inn settings. CSC is committed to recovery-based care which is trauma-informed and culturally competent.
Responsibilities include: oversee and coordinate services for resident treatment plans; collaborate with other senior managers on organization-wide initiatives; lead organization in identifying and implementing research-based interventions; train clinical and program staff; provide direct supervision to 5-8 clinical staff; provide additional supervision and/or clinical consultation for nursing staff, program staff and leadership, primary care APRN, part-time physicians, etc.; some limited on-call responsibilities; participate on admissions team, clinical rounds; ethics committee; supervision of interns; QI activities in collaboration with other Directors. Reports directly to the Executive Director.
This position requires a master's or doctoral degree in social work or a related field, as well as an active clinical license (or ability to obtain an active clinical license) in Vermont. A minimum of eight years of clinical practice are required, as well as five years in clinical management / supervisory roles.
Additional Salary Information: Benefits include: health insurance, 403(b) with employer contributions, tuition reimbursement plan, wellness program, combined time off, dependent care reimbursement account, flexible spending account (health), life insurance.
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About Second Spring / Collaborative Solutions
Second Spring / Collaborative Solutions' three intensive residential recovery residences are set on acres of rolling hills, ponds, and hiking trails in picturesque rural Vermont. Our programs offer exceptionally high-quality, evidence-based clinical care to adults with psychiatric illnesses. Our care team includes psychiatrists, nurses, therapists, case managers, and a music therapist, as well as vocational, recovery and peer specialists. As an alternative to hospitalization, we provide a place for patients to heal and grow in beautiful Vermont country inn settings. The programs are dedicated to helping residents develop and implement personal recovery plans that will help them become independent, contributing members of their communities. Our recovery philosophy is simple: We believe that with personalized treatment, opportunities for growth, support, and a nurturing environment, all individuals can grow, thrive, and heal from emotional distress, illness or injury. Our staff and residents work together to create a shared community of mutual respect, recovery and safety.