The County Assistant Director position will combine administrative and clinical duties. The position will provide outpatient and limited case management services to the mentally ill and will primarily serve child/adolescent and adult populations. In addition, the position will also be responsible for the management and oversight of the county office assigned to him/her. In some cases, the management will include oversight of both clinical and non-clinical positions.
- Provide information/public relations presentations to local civic clubs, schools, health fairs, etc.
- Assist with Corporate Services events (golf outings, parades, county fairs) as needed.
- Participate in the recruitment and active retention of staff.
- Develop innovative programming and problem-solving to promote team spirit and make the Center a first choice provider.
- Manage crisis and emergency situations in a calm and reasonable manner.
- Plan, implement and follow-up on performance improvement practices within the county office.
- Provide 60 direct service hours every month within CSO-approved clinical scope of practice.
- Maintain CEUs required for continued license/certification if applicable.
- Maintain credentials with all applicable managed care contracts by completing the necessary paperwork and returning it on a timely basis.
Education: Bachelors degree required.
Experience: Minimum of 2 years of experience in working in the Mental Health field.
The Otis R. Bowen Center for Human Services, Inc., is a private not-for-profit, comprehensive community mental health center licensed by the State of Indiana Division of Mental Health. The Center has been accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) since 1980. Bowen Center earned JCAHO accreditation with commendation for 1994-1997 and again for 1997-2000. The Center provides quality professional mental health services to citizens in northeast Indiana primarily, but not only, in Huntington, Kosciusko, Marshall, Wabash and Whitley counties.
The Bowen Center has a 15-member volunteer Board of Directors consisting of three citizens representing each of the five counties primarily served.
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