Clinical Director - Community Re-entry Assistance Network-Manhattan

EAC-Network | New York, New York

Background

EAC Network seeks a Clinical Director for the Manhattan CRAN (Community Re-entry Assistance Network) located in Manhattan, NY. The position is full time, Monday-Friday 9:00AM-5:00PM with excellent benefits medical/dental/401K and very generous Paid Time Off (PTO).

Job Summary

Under minimal supervision, the Clinical Director is responsible for providing court liaison, assessment, and referral of mentally ill and persons with co-occurring disorders involved in the criminal justice system into an appropriate treatment program and providing clinical support to CRAN program staff.

Reports To

Division Director

Responsibilities

  1. Conduct assessment interviews and psychological evaluations and testing for clients referred to the Assistance Network Services and Community Transitional Case Management teams when needed.
  2. Prepare written reports in a timely manner regarding the client's status with the program, treatment plan, and progress.
  3. Utilize the educational training, skills, and experience obtained from advanced degree to provide appropriate professional services, techniques, and strategies for clients.
  4. Develop and review treatment plans for clients accepted into the program and facilitate placement.
  5. Investigate and arrange supportive services for clients by establishing relationships and linkages with area hospitals and treatment programs.
  6. Maintain complete client records and have available for inspection by Supervision at any time.
  7. Provide crisis intervention when needed.
  8. Conduct drug testing on clients of the Program as needed.
  9. Provide clinical support and in-service trainings to program staff and referral agencies.
  10. Train and supervise interns, externs, fellows, and graduate psychologists.
  11. Attend stakeholder events/workshops and represent the agency at meetings when requested.

Qualifications

  1. Knowledge of treatment and mental health programs required.
  2. Minimum of 1-year relevant experience working with the forensic population.
  3. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written; Ability to work cooperatively with criminal justice, treatment, and mental health systems.
  4. Must be proficient in computer applications or other automated systems such as spreadsheets, Microsoft Office applications, calendar, and email and/or database software necessary to perform work assignments.

Compensation

Salary commensurate with experience.