*** $2,000.00 Sign-On Bonus Available ***
Job Title: Clinical Administrative Director
Employment Status: Full-Time
Location: Greeley, CO
Position #: 32
Salary Range: $82,600.00/yr. - $123,794.00/yr.
The base compensation represents the entry point of the
salary range. Salary placements will vary and may be above the starting wage
based on factors including but not limited to location, experience, education,
and licensure. Salary placements generally occur between the starting wage and the
midpoint of the salary range.
Our Vision –
Where Hope Begins and
Change is Possible
With a Customer First and Compassionate approach,
- As a member of the Executive Management team,
work cooperatively with others to develop and support the vision, mission, and values
of the agency. Ensure staff foster agency vision, mission, and values through
demonstrated actions and communications within and outside the agency.
- Provide leadership, motivation, and direction to
the clinical, business, and administrative staff of the agency, particularly
for the programs and initiatives to which assigned, and to the agency.
- Accountable for the development, implementation,
and functions of assigned programs and is responsible for ongoing
administration of existing programs and functions. May be responsible for the development
of agency-wide initiatives.
- Responsible for policy and procedure development
specific to the areas to which assigned and participates in overall agency policy
and procedure development and implementation.
- Collaborate with other Executive
Management team members to ensure the development of training and oversight
strategies assuring teams and agency functions follow all necessary regulations
and agency policies and are in the best interest of the clients served. Participate
in the development of center-wide strategies to ensure the same.
- Ensure assigned staff, teams, and
responsibilities are presented with an accurate and favorable representation of
- Provide administrative oversight of clinical
programs as assigned. Oversee all aspects of the agency's program
implementation, ensuring the programs are meeting clients' needs, operating at optimal
capacity, and effectively leveraging the organization's resources. Ensure
services are of high quality, appropriate and consistent with stated models of
care and selection; provide supervision and ensure the accountability of the
middle-level managers is maintained.
- May provide oversight and/or primary
responsibility for non-clinical programs essential to the functioning of the
agency (e.g., Quality Improvement/Assurance, Compliance). Ensure non-clinical
programs are complementary and collaborative with the Executive Management team,
program level managers, and other functions of the agency.
- May be called upon to take the lead in special
projects that are critical to agency success. In this role as project director,
the Administrative Director will work closely with agency executives and middle
management personnel to develop, implement, train, and evaluate success.
- Develop and maintain cooperative, collaborative,
and effective relationships with community partners that enhance the reputation
of the agency. May be charged with the task of offering presentations to
various community groups and organizations to increase understanding and
improve the image of NRBH in the community.
- Ensure fiscal viability of NRBH, pursue, and
maintain funding sources, and actively engage in budget development and management
utilizing necessary applications and/or reports.
- A master's degree from an accredited college or
university in psychology, social work, or another related field.
- Colorado clinical licensure in an appropriate discipline
(LCSW, LPC, LMFT, Lic. Psych).
- 3 years' experience in an upper-level management
position, plus 3 years' experience in the clinical and/or program areas to
which the position is assigned.
- Management and fiduciary experience in a healthcare
Eligibility requirements, as required by the Colorado Department of Public
Health and Environment (CDPHE):
- Annual Flu Vaccine
- COVID-19 Vaccine
- Annual TB testing
- Mild to serve mental health and/or substance use
disorders/disabilities, trauma-informed care, and recovery/resiliency-oriented services.
- Client groups and/or issues related to the
program area (i.e., age groups, level of severity, risk category, etc.)
- Best practices for program development and
enhancement, change management, and effective supervisory/management
- Professional and ethical guidelines as outlined
by the State of Colorado.
- Federal, state, and local regulations regarding
delivery and documentation of behavioral health services.
- Electronic health record documentation practices.
- Human resources concepts, practices, policies,
- Workplace policies and professionalism.
- Organizational structure, workflow, and
- Organizational sensitivity regarding complex
relationships with federal, state, and local agencies, government entities, and
- Demonstrate clinical expertise in the areas of
behavioral health treatment, prevention, and/or intervention consistent with
- Read, analyze, and interpret related professional
periodicals, journals, financial reports, technical procedures, or government
- Apply principles of logic or scientific thinking
to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems.
- Communicate effectively and positively, both
orally and in with, with a wide range of individuals and constituencies.
Effectively speak and present in public. Write technical reports.
- Work cooperatively and effectively with others
to set goals, resolve problems, and make decisions that enhance organizational
- Relate to staff and community members in a
genuine and honest manner that demonstrates respect for all opinions and ideas.
- Work with diverse individuals and groups on
complex community issues and demonstrate professional and political aptitude.
- Effectively manage and appropriately support
assigned program staff including hiring, professional development, and
- Use sound judgment, make efficient and
thoughtful decisions, and act with integrity.
North Range Behavioral Health provides a comprehensive compensation
and benefits package including:
- Collaborative and Compassionate Team Culture
- Competitive Compensation Structure
- Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision
Insurance, Basic Life and AD&D Insurance, Professionally Liability/Malpractice
Insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts, Health Savings Accounts, Health
- Excellent Paid Time Off (PTO) and Extended Leave
- Access to Employee Assistance Programs (AKA Life
- 403 (b) Retirement Plan with Employer
- Supervision Hours and Group Supervision Hours
- Employee Recognition Program
North Range Behavioral Health is among the largest
employers in Weld County. Our team members are supported and encouraged, and we
strongly believe in the importance of a healthy work/life balance. Our employees
are provided with cutting-edge tools, training, and thoughtful supervision in
professional development. We thrive on hearing from our employees and encourage
the sharing of ideas.
North Range Behavioral Health is an Equal Opportunity