Manager Addiction

Company Name:
Test Company KP
Title: Manager Addiction
Location: Clackamas, OR
Note: This position requires Credentialing as part of the onboarding process.
Assumes supervisory & management responsibilities for Addiction Medicine Clinicians, & clinical supervision of Milieu Counselor II's as well as on-site daily (24/7) operations of residential & day treatment
. Participates w/ the Addiction Medicine Clinical Director & RTF program administrator in program development & planning. Provides high quality counseling services to Kaiser Permanente members in a cost-effective manner & in accordance w/ accepted professional practice standards. Participates in Addiction Medicine management team. Assures accreditation/licensing standards of state & private organizations, (e.g.
DASA, NCQA) w/in assigned location(s).
Essential Functions:
- Manages day to day functions of residential/day treatment models of care; daily staff scheduling, including on-call coverage & scheduling seven days a week. Monitors the compliance of staff to residential & IOP Oregon administrative rules. Monitors compliance of staff to Kaiser Permanente policies& procedures. Develops Department & Unit Policies & Procedures as assigned. Monitors admissions & staff referrals. Develops & maintains relationships w/ internal &
referents. Manages unit operations in partnership w/ RTF administrator & AM Clinical Director. Coordinates interdepartmental services w/in assigned unit(s). Assists in internal & external contract management & compliance. Coordinates w/ other department supervisors to ensure consistency of care. Represents department at unit/campus Disaster/Fire Safety Committee meetings. Monitors data collection. Coordinates research projects at assigned location. Schedules & assigns staff for 24 hour clinical standby coverage. Participates in governance counsel.
- Writes & conducts performance appraisals on for Addiction Medicine Clinicians. Provides clinical input on performance appraisals of Milieu Counselors. Manages & resolves staff conflict. Development of staff training plans. Conducts staff corrective action process. Monitors Staff adherence to credentialing & licensure requirements. Advises Clinical Director & RTF Administrator in hiring & termination of clinical staff.
- Provides leadership & offers clinical judgment to flow of patient care w/in residential unit. Provides back-up & assistance to Intensive Outpatient Day Treatment. Schedule & assigned staff. Coordinates & advocates for patient co-occurring needs w/in the department & interdepartmentally. Monitors the quality of clinical care provided by clinical staff. Reviews clinical records & assures appropriate
assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, treatment disposition, discharge planning, & daily documentation & correspondence. Leads program development related to treatment activities related to evidenced-based practices w/ co-occurring substance use & mental health. Disorders Facilitates & leads clinical case conferences & clinical staff meetings. Coordinates w/ outpatient Clinical Services Managers to assure continuity of clinical care & patient transitions. Participates in department & facility quality assurance activities. Addresses patient concerns/complaints at the supervisory level.
- Provides high quality counseling services, (individual, group & family), to chemically dependent patients & significant others through assessment, diagnosis & formulation & implementation of treatment plan in an outpatient setting. Provides Counselor of the Day services. Performs hospital consults at assigned locations as needed. Provides case management through appropriate triaging & referral. Consults w/ other providers. Direct contacts w/ patient & their families.
- This job description is not all encompassing.
Basic Qualifications:
- Minimum four (4) years of post master's counseling experience in a state-approved or otherwise accredited/licensed co-occurring substance use and mental health treatment facility.
- Minimum two (2) years of experience of supervising professional and para-professional staff.
- Experience managing quality assurance activities in a co-occurring substance use and mental health treatment setting.
- Master's degree in counseling,social work, or closely related field (MSW, MS, MA, Med), from an accredited institution.
License, Certification, Registration
- Current license to practice without restriction, in the state of Oregon.
Additional Requirements:
- Thorough and working knowledge of evidence based practices for assessment and treatment of co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders for adults and their families.
- Thorough understanding of the mental health and addiction recovery process.
- Knowledge of best practices in the co-occurring substance use and mental health treatment fields.
- Knowledge of the community-based support groups.
- Thorough and working knowledge of legal requirements for abuse reporting.
- Understanding of diverse cultures and their influences on the counseling process.
- Knowledge and understanding of the accepted practice protocols, ethical guidelines, and behaviors for licensed and certified cooccurring substance use and mental health clinicians.
- Knowledge of management and clinical supervision practices.
- Demonstrates customer-focused service skills.
- Ability to assess, diagnose, and treat co-occurring substance use and mental health patients and their family members.
- Individual, group, and family counseling skills.
- Excellent communication and problem solving skills.
- Ability to provide clinical supervision to professional and milieu staff.
- Able to teach co-occurring substance use and mental health curriculum.
Preferred Qualifications:
- Minimum two (2) years of clinical/administrative supervisory experience in a counseling setting.
- Minimum two (2) years of experience in managing quality assurance activities in a co-occurring substance use and mental health counseling setting.
- Experience with counseling adults and families.
- Experience in providing co-occurring substance use and mental health consultation.
- Previous
experience with electronic medical records.
- Master's degree and five (5) years of full-time (paid) post master's.
- Counseling co-occurring substance use and mental health patients and families in a residential and IOP treatment setting within a managed care system.
- Treatment options for patients with common co-occurring issues including sexual and physical trauma.
- Working knowledge of universal precautions of body fluids.
- Understanding of state requirements for licensing addiction programs.
- Ability to diagnose and treat patients with mental illnesses.
- Ability to use appropriate procedural/testing equipment.
- Comfortable interfacing with large provider and support staff groups.

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