Clinical Director – KOLMAC OUTPATIENT RECOVERY CENTERS – Arlington, VA

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Kolmac Outpatient Recovery Centers is a growing organization where patient care is at the heart of everything we do. Our first goal is to provide high-quality care, support and affordable treatment to patients. The second is to improve the addiction industry and raise the bar for patient care. When you join us you are connecting to a committed and caring group of colleagues. If you are dedicated to caring for the well-being of others, this could be your next opportunity. We want your knowledge and expertise!

Kolmac is an outpatient addictions provider in the Mid-Atlantic region. Dr. George Kolodner opened the first Kolmac outpatient clinic in Silver Spring, MD – resulting in the establishment of the country’s first IOP level of care. Since that time, Kolmac has grown to serve communities across Maryland, DC, Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania and North Carolina. We are a patient-first organization, and we believe in the incredible power of group therapy as a safe place for our patients to determine the changes they need to make in their lives. Our groups are modeled after Irvin Yalom’s here-and-now, interpersonal group approach.

Title: Clinical Director

The Clinical Director is responsible for implementing and overseeing all operational aspects of the outpatient continuum of care within their designated site, including but not limited to intensive outpatient IOP) and continuing care (CC).

A. JOB RELATIONSHIPS

1. Supervised by the Regional Clinical Director

2. Positions supervised: Site management (assistant director, office manager) and all non-medical staff members


C.
JOB FUNCTIONS

1. Implements the established policies and procedures within the clinic. Introduces and directs operational changes at the site level, and as Kolmac changes and/or expands.

2. Responsible for maintaining the Kolmac model and philosophy into all aspects of the site operations.

3. Plans and coordinates provision of resources necessary for continued efficient operation of the clinic. Assists in preparation of annual operating budget with executive leadership.

4. Participates in staff meetings and provides education and training related to alcohol and drug use disorders. Provides individual and group supervision of clinical staff according to Kolmac policies and state
licensing regulations.

5. Ensures site compliance with state licensing requirements, as well as any future regulations (for example, CARF).

6. Ensure quality assurance in the maintenance of accurate, complete, timely and high-quality documentation and data collection to meet best practice clinical standards that comply with Kolmac
policies and procedures, payer requirements and external regulatory standards including electronic and paper records.

7. Provide leadership to the interdisciplinary team, consisting of medical, clinical and administrative staff members.

8. Provides weekly Kolmac and board-approved supervision (individual and group) to the clinical staff members working at the site.

9. Steps in to co-lead group sessions and carry a caseload as the office expands or times when staff is not available.

10. Work closely with the site admin team/office manager on all billing information and payments for patients.

11. Works closely with the marketing team to build relationships in the community and build volume. When necessary, attends meetings of community and professional associations and activities related to delivery of treatment services in order to facilitate referral and resource development and to provide appropriate feedback to staff.

12. Utilizes site performance data to identify opportunities for clinical growth and creative new programming to address the needs of patients served.

13. Provide monthly and quarterly updates to Kolmac leadership on the clinical, operational, and financial health of the site.

14. Facilitates team work among all members of the staff, encouraging the practice of collegial problem-solving relations and open and respectful communication.

15. Conduct performance evaluations of clinical staff and create professional development plans as needed. Interview, hire and provide training to new clinical and administrative staff members, with the support of the HR department.

16. Perform special studies, projects, other duties as requested by the RD. Responsible to keep Regional Director informed of all site operations and matters that may impact the effective treatment of patients, the company’s public relations or resources.


D.
EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE.

1. Masters or doctoral degree. Must hold a clinical license in the State of Virginia.

2. Must be able to provide board-approved supervision to clinicians working on their independent license.

3. Training and/or experience in the development and implementation of programs for the delivery of treatment services to people with substance use disorders and their families.

4. Experience in the management of staff and directing clinical programs, including outpatient addiction treatment.

5. Training and/or experience in the development and implementation of outreach activities associated with program development for alcohol and drug use disorders.

6. Clinical experience in the treatment of adults with alcohol and drug use disorders, including individual, group, didactic and other forms of therapy.

7. Preference for experience with specialty training/certification, for example EMDR, DBT, MBSR, creative arts modalities etc.

8. Knowledge and understanding of a multitude of recovery support groups in the community.

9. Highly organized and detail-oriented.

10. Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.

11. Computer literate with a working knowledge of MS Word and other computer systems for EMR purposes.

E. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: If recovering from a substance use disorder, a minimum of five years continuous sobriety.

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