Director is responsible for developing and maintaining staffing schedule for the unit,coordinating admissions and discharges, and developing and implementing daily treatment regimen. In addition, this position will oversee the clinical operations of Coleman Access including prescreening, crisis support,scheduling, and drop in diagnostic assessments in Jefferson County. Supports coordination with other services for individuals admitted to unit. Director will provide clinical leadership, management, and direct care to individuals admitted to the crisis unit. Director is responsible for managing department's operating budget.Must have an LSW, or LPC credential or higher and two years' experience working in a behavioral health setting. LISW, or LPCC and two years' healthcare management experience preferred. LSW and LPC must be willing to obtain or already have the following: a NPI number; and an Ohio Medicaid number. LISW or LPCC must be willing to obtain or already have the following: a NPI number;an Ohio Medicaid number; and a CAQH account.
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