Program Director | Clinical Director (LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LADAC)

Seasoned Recruitment - Wimberley, TX

This position is located in Wimberly, TX

Position Summary

  • The Clinical Director provides supervision and oversight of Clinical and Adjunct Programs.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Recruits, screens, and hires clinicians and adjunct service providers
  • Monitors workflow, timeliness, and quality of deliverable s of subordinates
  • Monitors daily operations including scheduling, budgeting, supervision, and clinical care
  • Develops and implements clinical strategies, psycho-education, and learning task groups and clinical interventions
  • Establishes training programs specifically for the programs and the assigned staff members, including the monitoring of attendance/compliance
  • Supervises and implements as needed client services review processes, including responding to client and/or staff grievances
  • Participates in representing the assigned facility in marketing events and professional conferences and training's
  • Develops policies and procedures for the therapeutic component of the program
  • Monitors action plans for enhancing the efficiency of existing projects and development of expansion projects
  • Supervises ongoing revision of procedures, protocols, and processes to enhance compliance, marketability, and cost-efficiency of deliverable
  • Works with staff to develop a marketing plan and develop/maintain relationships with referral sources, community organizations, and professional groups
  • Maintains ongoing collaborative relationships with referral sources and resources and the marketing staff members
  • Performs any additional operational activities as requested or required by the Clinical Director and/or the Executive Director

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Ability to demonstrate an understanding of a variety of models and theories of addiction, recovery, mental illness, and related issues
  • Ability to demonstrate an understanding of diagnostic criteria for dual conditions and ability to conceptualize modalities and criteria within the continuum of care
  • Ability to demonstrate an understanding of diverse cultures and gender-specific issues
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Basic computer competency
  • Creative problem-solving skills
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Qualifications and Requirements

  • Master’s degree in psychology, counseling, social work, or related field, required
  • Completion of all supervisory courses required to supervise clinical mental health staff


  • 3+ years in a clinical, psychiatric, or developmental setting
  • 3+ years supervisory/managerial experience preferred
  • Knowledge and understanding of regulations and related codes preferred


  • Maintains a current state license as an LPC-MHSP, LADAC, LCSW, or a related professional license

Applicable State Requirements

  • Must meet pre-employment standards and maintain all applicable state and job-related guidelines for background screening, fingerprinting, drug testing, health screening, DMV, Insurance, CPR/Basic First Aid, and license/credential verification.

Working Conditions

  • Office Environment; supplies will be provided within the facility to enable this individual to perform the tasks and duties for this position

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