Job ID: 235858916
Yolo Community Care Continuum (YCCC) is hiring for a Program Director for its Roseville, CA location. The Program Director is full-time, exempt and earns a benefits package (annual leave, sick time off, holidays, health, profit sharing plan, annual pay raises). Pay starts at $55,036.83/annually (base pay $48,986.94/annually plus benefits pay after 30 days of $6,049.89/annually). Applicants need to be in an accredited Master's level program or completion of accredited program and have experience in the serious mental illness field. EOE
Cornerstone Crisis Residential is a program under Yolo Community Care Continuum (YCCC) which is a non-profit community-based organization. Cornerstone is a 14-bed crisis residential treatment facility serving the adult mentally ill population in our community. Cornerstone provides a social rehabilitation model of care that allows a safe transition for mentally ill clients discharging from a psychiatric hospital in need of further stabilization and is an option to prevent a psychiatric inpatient hospitalization. All clients are served on a voluntary basis and cannot be on a psychiatric hold for danger to self, others, or gravely disabled (5150).
Under the guidance of the agency Executive Director and in collaboration with the agency Clinical Director it is the responsibility of the Cornerstone Program Director/Administrator to provide oversight and management in the following identified areas: personnel, fiscal, programming and milieu management, contract management, clinical direction and client services, community relations, site and safety, administrator compliance oversight, quality improvement, and universal criteria. The Program Director (PD) is responsible for developing and maintaining good working relationships with all contracting agencies and represents the program and the agency in the community.
The Program Director reports to the Executive Director. Reporting to the Program Director are all Cornerstone employees and volunteers.
MINIMUM POSITION REQUIREMENTS
Education: In a Master’s program or Master’s degree in psychology, social work, or counseling; intern status with the Board of Behavioral Sciences or license eligible, preferred. Interns working towards a master’s degree will be considered and supervision is available. Verification of degree/education is required prior to beginning employment.
Three years providing direct services in a mental health setting and three years supervisory experience: crisis residential experience preferred
CLINICAL SKILL AND KNOWLEDGE
Understanding of: DSM-V – ICD-10, principles and practices of community-based mental health, milieu therapy, crisis intervention, group counseling, individual counseling theory and technique, principles of consumer-centered treatment, and community resources.
Leadership aptitude, computer expertise, staff supervisory experience, management and organization, effective time management, ability to prioritize and multi-task, ability to adapt program practices and goals to changing funding requirements, ability to represent the program in a professional manner, and the ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written forms.
Ability to lift 20 lbs., view and utilize a computer, document in written and/or typed form, and drive within the program parameters.
Valid driver’s license and clean driving record. Hiring is contingent upon receiving Department of Justice fingerprint clearance, a negative TB test, and a physical clearance. Current CPR/AED/1st Aid required prior to employment.