Our Mission: provide comprehensive social, educational, vocational, medical, psychological, and rehabilitation services to combat social problems such as substance abuse, poverty, unemployment, and homelessness.
Center Point, a California-based nonprofit agency providing outpatient and residential behavioral health, housing, and vocational services, seeks a Deputy Director. Our ideal candidate will be a leader with passion, experience, vision, and dedication to serving our communities. The successful candidate will be a behavioral health professional with comprehensive knowledge of California’s behavioral health and recovery services, and experience overseeing the inner workings of a complex multi-million-dollar organization with several facilities and services offered across a vast geographic area. Additionally, the ideal candidate will be an innovative administrative leader who is passionate about collaborating across health and human services agencies in various local and state agencies and other community-based organizations. The candidate must be dedicated to health equity and cultural humility and have experience working with persons, and their families, living with mental health, housing, and substance use challenges. Apply today to join our team and make a difference in the lives of the thousands of individuals we serve.
THE ORGANIZATION – WHO WE ARE For more than forty-nine years Center Point has provided the foundation for change for many families and individuals by assisting them to become responsible members of our communities and we have established a reputation as a leader in the field! Center Point's services facilitate the process of rehabilitation by helping individuals reclaim self-worth and dignity. Typical clients include veterans, the homeless, incarcerated individuals, ex-offenders who need services, and individuals with mental health and/or substance abuse problems. Equipped with new skills for living and working, and assisted with employment and housing, Center Point program graduates return to their communities ready to assume responsibility for themselves and others. Click HERE to learn more about our history, or go to http://www.cpinc.org.
Center Point, Inc. has expanded over the years to become one of the nation's leading health and social services agencies with programs in California and Texas; and is a large contract service provider for many correctional institutions and multiple counties therein. Today, Center Point serves more than 4,000 men and women each year providing comprehensive, evidence-based services for homeless individuals, veterans, substance users, women with children, families, adolescents, those who are unemployed, and those involved with the criminal justice system.
Provide a range of cognitive, behavioral, and psychosocial skills training aimed at enhancing personal, moral, and social responsibility.
Develop educational, vocational, and interpersonal skills to promote personal and social productivity.
Create value-based opportunities which maximize successful pro-social community integration. Improve the quality of life.
Center Point offers a wide range of treatment options and social services for at-risk individuals. Services include assessment and evaluation, residential and outpatient treatment, transitional and permanent housing, job preparation training, vocational programs, and job placement assistance, case management, and specialized gender-appropriate services. Ongoing support is provided through continuing care, aftercare, transitional housing, and supportive services.
THE COMMUNITY Marin County, California, is home to a community of approximately 250,000 engaged and culturally diverse residents. Marin is located in the North Bay across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco and adjacent to the vineyards of Napa and Sonoma Counties. Marin is a highly desirable place to live and is known for its combination of rural and suburban lifestyles, excellent schools, entertainment and recreational activities, and a mild climate year-round. Outdoor recreation in Marin County includes whale migration and bird watching, garden tours, golf, hiking, running, mountain biking, horseback riding, sail boarding, surfing, fishing, boating, kayaking, and canoeing.
THE POSITION The Deputy Director assists the designated Vice President in the planning, development, establishment, and implementation of clinical services, operations, and administrative support through the supervision of administrative support staff, Program Managers, and other programmatic supervisory staff. Duties include but are not limited to:
1.Follows dictates of the Executive Management Team in establishing, developing, and implementing strategies for achieving contractual objectives, organizational policies, and refinement of the Agency’s Services Delivery Model.
2.Reviews program activity and unit report to determine progress toward objectives; revise plans in accordance with current conditions.
3.Provides supervision, training, and development for Program Managers and other programmatic supervisory staff.
4.Administers and maintains Agency industrial, labor, and public relations policies.
5.Reviews personnel performance for compliance with established policies and objectives.
6.Supervises clinical policies and operations and quality assurance reviews.
7.Coordinate staff training, and review staff evaluations; make recommendations regarding hiring, promotion, and discharge of employees.
8.Supervises data collection and reviews and edits all reports prior to their being published.
9.Serves as Agency liaison to funders, stakeholders, and members of the community.
10.Implements new programs and projects.
11.Supervises evaluation, research, and data collection.
12.Analyses data collected throughout the Agency; presents recommendations for changes, additions, deletions, and the implementation of new service elements.
COUNSELING AND CLINICAL TASKS
1.Trains direct services and supervisory staff; Supervises Program Managers and other programmatic supervisory staff.
2. Assures compliance with all Federal, State, and local regulations including building and fire codes.
3.Reads, reviews, and summarizes regulations, policies, and procedural manuals relating to the operation of Agency programs and services.
4.Develops written, narrative, and statistical reports on a variety of aspects of treatment.
5.Reviews and edits reports written by program site managers and coordinators related to the management information system.
6.Develops, implements, and monitors clinical and behavioral treatment strategies for individuals with drug and alcohol problems.
7.Oversees the delivery of client-centered interventions.
8.Implements problem-solving techniques between staff and clients, and staff and colleagues.
9.Directs outreach efforts to ensure high-priority clients are recruited for treatment.
10.Monitors and renews in a timely fashion all licenses and certification standards for all program sites and services.
11.Monitor internal and external clinical quality control standards for the implementation of treatment services.
12.Interact with diverse clients and staff in a culturally sensitive manner.
EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS AND REQUIREMENTS
Any combination of education, experience, and training that would likely provide the knowledge and abilities listed herein. Typically, this includes:
Board of Behavioral Science- Clinical licensure required
( LMFT,LPCC,LCSW,Psychologist,Psychiatrist ) .
A Master’s degree in health care administration, public health, psychiatric nursing, psychology, sociology, counseling, public administration, business administration or a related field from an accredited college or university, and
Several years administrative or management experience at the level of division director, program manager, and/or center or facility manager in a mental health or substance abuse services program, or closely related health or human service program.
Knowledge of California policy related to health and human services.
By time of hire, obtain a valid California Driver’s license and maintain a satisfactory driving record.
Pass a satisfactory background and reference check process.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE WILL:
Be Empathetic & Passionate / Be a Trust Builder & Program Champion
Have knowledge of California’s Drug Medi-Cal Waiver and Organized Delivery System.
Possess a combination of clinical acumen and economic and political savvy.
Take assertive action to improve equity in communities served by HHS.
Value the importance of diversity in the workplace.
Lead with integrity, transparency, and ethical behavior.
Understand the value of connecting with consumers’ family members for successful recovery.
Endorse accountability through data and evidence-based practices.
Work across systems of care and break down barriers and silos.
Consider innovative service delivery models to improve access to services.
Prioritize resources based on greatest need and return on investment and adjust accordingly.
Be Business Savvy / a Leader / an Administrator
Provide inspirational leadership, direction, and coaching.
Create a performance-based organizational culture and performance measures.
Be a strategic thinker, creative problem solver, and accountable decision maker.
Be politically savvy and able to address complex issues in public settings.
Plan and manage short- and long-term growth.
Serve as Acting Vice President in the absence of the designated Vice President.
Provide strategic, operational, and tactical leadership to executive and Board leadership.
Be adept at contract negotiations, development, and performance oversight.
Be self-directed, motivated, resilient, and flexible.
Possess energy and enthusiasm for alternative approaches to project execution and Agency initiatives, and collaboration with other community agencies (city, county, and state).
Have a “can do” attitude and be a team player.
Develop and create partnerships, build consensus, and bring harmony and cohesion.
Provide guidance on multi-year program planning.
Be a Community Partner / a Communicator / a Collaborator
Build trust and value the importance of connecting with other community organizations.
Partner with the Executive Management Team in representing the organization with external stakeholder groups.
Use effective, clear, and concise communication and presentation skills.
SALARY AND BENEFITS Annual Salary $100,000 – $120,000 DOE/DOQ, and an attractive benefits package that includes:
Insurance: health, dental and vision, and long-term disability
To provide a range of cognitive, behavioral and psychosocial skills training aimed at enhancing personal, moral and social responsibility;To develop educational, vocational and interpersonal skills to promote personal and social productivity;To create value-based opportunities which maximize successful pro-social community integration;To improve the quality of life.