We believe that work should challenge and inspire you. It should fill you with a sense of purpose. The kind you feel in your heart when you’re a part of something bigger—something that’s making a difference in the world.
New Day Treatment Center is dedicated to helping people overcome their struggles with substance abuse. Our centers are staffed with experts who utilize tried and true methods to help every person’s addiction story end with a sobriety that is sustainable.
At New Day, we offer more than just jobs.
The Process for Applying
- Apply on indeed
- Initial interview set up with Executive Vice President
- In person Interview with Leadership Team
- Possible Third interview depending on the position
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Oversee the residential and outpatient services that occur at our treatment center. Provide oversight for case management of our inpatient and outpatient clients. Create ongoing programming and oversight of day-to-day clinical program that is needed for residential and outpatient clients. Will provide, supervision, training and oversight for staff to assist with programming.
- Work with the Executive Vice President on issues of conflict to resolution when dealing with clients
- Supervising and managing staff members
- Providing and overseeing training programs and evaluations for staff
- Directing and organizing policy implementations
- Maintaining compliance with regulations
- Provide group and individual therapy at times
- Any other responsibilities necessary to assist in maintaining the functional operation of the residential treatment center
Characteristics and Core Competencies
Being a clinical director means being highly competent in many administrative and leadership skills. The most important characteristics and competencies include:
- Management: Clinical Director must be able to communicate effectively with staff, patients and individuals in other leadership roles. This requires expert-level time management and problem-solving skills.
- Leadership: As someone who trains and evaluates staff members, the clinical director must be able to lead by example, create and enforce expectations and foster an environment where staff and management can work well together.
- Professionalism: The clinical director must always act professionally. As a leader within the organization, they set the expectations for staff members, patients and even community leaders. A large part of the job requires communicating with others as the face of the business, so professionalism is of utmost importance.
- Health care and business knowledge: The clinical director must have a solid understanding of the health care system and its inner workings. They’ll need awareness of their staff and patients’ experiences throughout the health care process. They must also understand the business side of things, such as policy implementation, regulations, budgeting and other administrative tasks.
Pay: From $70,000.00 per year
Education: Master’s (Required)
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker (Preferred)
- LMHC (Preferred)
- LCAC or LAC (Preferred)