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Behavioral Health Services

Clinical Manger-QI

Washington, DC
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ID: 583-136
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Full-Time/Regular

  • Read and approve notes weekly in accordance with DBH Standards
  • Provide weekly supervision to assigned team
  • Conduct Audits
  • Provide monthly clinical training to Community Support Workers/Care Coordinators/Case Managers and other assigned staff
  • Maintain monthly productivity standards
  • Complete intakes as assigned
  • Update consumer IRP, ISSP and other consumer documentation prior to expiration
  • Provide Mental Health Rehabilitation Services in accordance with established Best Practice, DMH and VOAC procedures
  • Attend training as required to stay abreast of District of Columbia Departments of Mental Health standards for Mental Health Rehabilitation Services.
  • Provide crisis intervention to consumers on a walk in basis and as necessary.
  • Carry after hours on-call phone when Clinical Director is unavailable.
  • Investigates complaints/grievances, and report findings.
  • Insure compliance with licensure standards, DC DBH regulations
  • Generate and maintain tracking and reporting systems such as Access to Care, Utilizations, Clinical Outcomes, Compliant and Grievance and Unusual Incident/Major Unusual incidents
  • Work with Director as liaison for matters relating to DBH certification

Successful candidates must possess a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Substance Abuse, Public Health or a related field, have at least three years experience working with adults with serious mental illness; and have at least one year experience providing case management and counseling. Applicants must have one of the following licenses: CAC II, Clinical Social Work license (LICSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or addictions counselor in Washington, D.C. If not fully licensed to supervise must be fully licensed within two years.


Required Skills

Successful candidates must possess a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Substance Abuse, Public Health or a related field, have at least three years experience working with adults with serious mental illness; and have at least one year experience providing case management and counseling. Applicants must have one of the following licenses: CAC II, Clinical Social Work license (LICSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or addictions counselor in Washington, D.C. If not fully licensed to supervise must be fully licensed within two years.


Required Experience

Successful candidates must possess a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Substance Abuse, Public Health or a related field, have at least three years experience working with adults with serious mental illness; and have at least one year experience providing case management and counseling. Applicants must have one of the following licenses: CAC II, Clinical Social Work license (LICSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or addictions counselor in Washington, D.C. If not fully licensed to supervise must be fully licensed within two years.

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