Licensed Program Director (TAY CRP)

Application Deadline: October 31, 2021

Location: Santa Ana, CA, United States


– F/T. (Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm, After-hours as needed for crisis consultation).

Responsibilities include:

  • Provide oversight of program staff, county contractual obligations, day to day operations of the facility, referrals and client care.

  • Use independent judgment and decision-making skills to provide evidence based and best practices training to direct service providers; conduct weekly staff meetings addressing issues pertaining to consumers, their treatment, consumer and staff safety, professional and legal ethics, staff resiliency, conflict resolution, conducts outreach and engagement with referral sources; provide a clinical supervisory review of consumer charts; establishe positive working relationships with court, police, probation, schools, county, and provide community education and outreach.

  • Participate as a member of the agency Management Team.

Requirements include:

  • Master’s Degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related field.

  • Possession of a current clinical license (LMFT/LCSW/PsyD).

  • Ability to provide clinical supervision per Board of Behavioral Services requirements is preferred.

  • Certified Administrator status through the Department of Social Services, which includes a 40-hour training course and completion of written exam by Department of Social Services is preferred but we will provide.

  • Certification must be renewed every two years.

  • Knowledge of theory and techniques of individual, family, and group dynamics, as well as substance abuse issues. Experience in counseling and/or restorative justice with adolescents and families required.

  • Requires a minimum of 2 years related work experience in the area of non-profit administration and employee/program development.

  • Demonstrate the ability to work with a diverse multicultural/ethnic population with sensitivity and respect.

  • MediCal documentation experience preferred.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, interpersonal and organizational skills.

  • Experience in crisis management in order to deal with emergencies that occur in a residential setting.

  • Valid California driver’s license, auto liability insurance, and a satisfactory driving record.

  • Must be available after-hours as needed for crisis consultation.

  • Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.


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