Director of Clinical Services —
Hudson Valley - DCS-TK (Full Time)
Clinical doctorate degree (e.g. Ph.D, Psy.D) or LCSW
10 years of clinical experience with at least 5 years of supervisory/leadership. Program management/administrative/development experience preferred.
The Clinical Director/AED of Clinical Services is responsible for clinical oversight of all agency services, with administrative responsibility for programming including outpatient clinics, children’s day treatment, partial hospitalization, and other school-based/community work. The director oversees program quality and outcomes, and champions trainings and initiatives across all service areas. The clinical director is a strategic leader focused on continual process improvement and ensuring that qualified professional staff and consultants provide evidence-based and/or best practices in all licensed disciplines, including but not limited to psychology, social work, and licensed counseling. The director will partner with a variety of stakeholders, including community partners, Local Government Units, and licensing bodies to coordinate and implement trauma-informed services that reflect both cultural competence and align with the agencies values on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
This position is open to candidates in Bronx and the Hudson Valley, NY as there will be travel between both locations.
· Co-facilitation of monthly Clinical Leadership meetings which focuses on essential agency initiatives:
o Zero Suicide
o Evidence-Based Model Implementation
o Data Analytics/Outcomes
o Co-Occurring Disorders
· Supervising clinical program leads in both the Bronx and Hudson Valley.
· Work with clinical leadership on refining and realizing Key Performance Indicators and sharing information with external stakeholders
· Partner with agency business development team on service expansion projects
· Collaborate with the director of analytics and director of clinical outcomes to review trends in aggregate data to drive program performance and present to agency’s program oversight committee
· Coordinate with financial team and budget specialist on fiscal viability of programs
· Represent Astor, it’s clinical imperatives, through news, radio, and video interviews, as well as presentations at relevant behavioral health conferences
Benefits for Full Time employees:
- 4 weeks paid vacation annually;
- 12 paid holidays, 4 personal days;
- 1 sick day per month, accruable to 150 days;
- Fully paid individual LTD and life insurance;
- Eligible for participation in agency medical and dental plan both individual and family, with small employee contribution.
Working at Astor:
“Astor Services cares about your safety, and the safety of the children and families that we serve. We follow all NYS and CDC COVID-19 guidelines.”
Astor Services for Children & Families is a community based, non-profit organization that provides children’s mental health services, child welfare services, and early childhood development programs. Astor serves children and families in New York State’s Mid-Hudson Valley region and the Bronx.
Through a wide variety of premier quality education and mental health services, Astor provides support for pre-schoolers, children with behavioral and emotional health problems, children at risk of placement in foster care, and families that need assistance in developing the skills necessary to raise their children in an environment filled with increasing challenges. Astor currently serves thousands of children each year through its prevention, early childhood, special education, community behavioral health and residential treatment programs.
Many children in our communities struggle with emotional and psychological problems that make it difficult for them to experience the simple everyday pleasures of being a child.
ASTOR is there for them.
Many families, overwhelmed by financial, emotional and cultural challenges, need additional resources and support to be able to give their children a healthy, happy childhood.
ASTOR is there for them.
Astor Services does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, or age in its programs, activities, or employment.