The Mental Health Association of Westchester (MHA) is a community-based not-for-profit committed to recovery-focused mental health services through advocacy, community education and direct services. We are recognized as the leader in Westchester in providing person-centered services that involve collaborating with each individual to achieve his or her goals.
MHA facilitates recovery by providing services that reflect our deeply held values that include the recognition of individual rights of self-determination, choice, shared decision-making and collaborative work. Our highly trained staff utilize evidence-based practices throughout our comprehensive array of trauma-informed and recovery-oriented services.
Through our robust services, as well as our advocacy programs and community events, MHA is able to meet the needs of thousands of men, women, children and families each year, helping them live independent lives in the community.
Join our Team! We have an exciting new opportunity for a Chief Clinical Officer (CCO) in our Tarrytown, NY office.
SUMMARY of DUTIES
The Chief Clinical Officer (CCO) is responsible for all aspects of clinic and mobile clinical program operations and for overseeing designated administrative functions. Assures that the organization's philosophy and mission statement are practiced throughout all clinical services. The Chief Clinical Officer is responsible for the overall executive oversight and supervision of the program, services, staff and volunteers.
SPECIFIC DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Executive responsibility for program development, budget development and implementation, compliance with external accountability sources, program monitoring, maintaining the highest of standards for treatment and continuous quality improve-ment.
2. Executive oversight of the financial management of all clinical programs.
3. Communicate, execute, and sustain clinical strategic initiatives.
4. Translate strategies into actionable and concrete action plans.
5. Establish and execute new clinical protocols and practices, assure all standards of care are followed, and assure staff receive and utilize advanced training opportunities.
6. Partner with the Chief Innovation Officer to ensure that key clinical metrics are established, collected, analyzed and utilized to drive improvement and change in programs.
7. Partner with the Chief Innovation Officer to create and maintain practice management activities that are effective and sustained in all clinical programs.
8. Executive oversight of all integration of care initiatives to ensure team-based care models are implemented across clinical programs.
9. Raise the profile, internally and externally, of the agency’s implementation of substance use disorder services.
10. Executive oversight of substance use disorder services with a commitment to establishing and sustaining Medication Assisted Treatment Services.
11. Partner with the Chief Planning Officer and assist with writing grants for new lines of business.
12. Participate in developing external relationships to ensure new opportunities for innovation and program expansion.
13. Represent agency by participating in relevant community meetings.
14. Follow established agency policies and maintain the highest professional standards.
15. Establish and maintain a culture that is recovery oriented, trauma informed and grounded in service excellence.
16. Provide supervision, mentoring, coaching, and performance reviews for all direct reports.
17. Responsible for adhering to all standards and guidelines established by applicable regulatory authorities i.e. OMH and DCMH.
18. Other related duties as guided by Chief Operating Officer.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE and SKILLS
1. Knowledge of program management
2. Effective verbal and written communication skills
3. Excellent organizational skills
4. Excellent interpersonal skills
5. Strong attention to detail
6. Effective crisis intervention skills
7. Effective leadership skills
8. Problem solving skills
9. Effective management practices:
a. address interpersonal barriers and strengths in their staff
b. empower those receiving supervision
c. offer criticism in a constructive manner
d. understand employment and labor laws
10. The Chief Clinical Officer must have excellent skills utilizing Microsoft Office and Electronic Health Record systems.
1. The Chief Clinical Officer shall be an experienced mental health professional as defined by Part 585 of the OHM regulations. i.e. LMSW, LCSW, LMHC or Psychologist.
2. The CCO must have at least 5 years’ experience in upper management level positions.
3. Advanced computer skills in word processing, spreadsheets and data base management are desired.
4. The CCO must have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
5. Must be reliable and able to work independently and understand the importance of maintaining confidentiality.
6. The CCO must have a valid Driver’s License and a driving record that is satisfactory to our insurance carrier.
7. The CCO must maintain current New York State Defensive Driving certification.
8. The CCO must be cleared by the NYS Justice Center through fingerprinting for a Criminal History Records search.
9. The CCO must be cleared by the NYS Office of Children and Family Services for instances of child abuse and/or neglect.
10. CCO must be legally eligible to work in the United States.
MHA of Westchester is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity, and values the ways in which we are different. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or other characteristic protected by the applicable law.
To apply, please send your cover letter and résumé by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Chief Clinical Officer” as the subject line of the e-mail. Thank you.