Jun 20, 2022

Flexible Integrated Treatment (FIT) Clinical Program Manager II

  • Stanford Sierra Youth & Families
  • Sacramento, CA, USA
  • $79,000 - $84,000 yearly
Full time Nonprofit-Social Services

Job Description


The Clinical Program Manager II manages all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the program to ensure regulatory compliance at all levels. The Clinical Program Manager II provides consultation and support to the program staff.  The professional development of staff is a key component of the Clinical Program Manager II position. The Clinical Program Manager II provides clinical supervision to agency staff who are working towards licensure utilizing both individual, triadic and group supervision meeting County Contract and California Board of Behavioral Sciences requirements. The Clinical Program Manager II interacts with other program and department managers and directors to foster agency integration, contributes to the development and implementation of program outcomes, policies, and procedures, and trains employees to ensure agency and program compliance. Supports the Mission, Vision, and Values of the agency.



Education & Experience

·Master’s Degree in a related field 

·Licensed for 2+ years as an LCSW, LMFT or LPCC with California Board of Behavioral Sciences

·Completed a minimum of 15 continuing education hours (CEUs) of approved clinical supervision training

·Experience providing community based individualized support and services to youth and families


Skills & Requirements

·Demonstrates ability to effectively manage programs

·Effective leadership skills

·Strong supervision skills

·Strong organizational skills

·Adhere to all confidentiality requirements

·Verbal and written ability to communicate effectively with colleagues, community partners, consumers and all levels of management

·Ability to multi-task and prioritize projects and assignments effectively

·Ability to work cooperatively in a team environment within program/department and agency wide

·Ability to work in a mobile, fast paced environment

·Ability to use a laptop computer

·Fulfillment of TB test, background check clearance, and any other mandatory State/Federal requirements

·Valid California driver’s license, proof of automobile insurance, can maintain a driving record acceptable to the agency’s insurance carrier, if applicable to position

·Must provide and operate a registered, properly insured automobile, if applicable to position



Position Specific

·Manages the day-to-day operations of the program through effective leadership, providing an ongoing assessment of program, reporting to the Associate Program Director any deficiencies and plans of correction

·Assists the Associate Program Director in maximizing the effectiveness of services provided to youth and their families

·Takes active role in recruitment, hiring, training, development, evaluation, and termination of staff

·Reviews and approves all documentation prepared by  program staff

·Provides leadership, direct supervision, training, and support to team members including: clinical supervision, regular one-to-one consultation meetings, regular assessment of performance, and routine provision of feedback as it pertains to job performance, professional development, and program and agency job specific expectations

·Provides individual, triadic, and/or group clinical supervision to Associates, MFT Trainees, and Clinical Student Interns

·Completes all required agency, county, university and California Board of Behavioral Sciences required documentation and evaluations for supervisees as required

·Will observe supervisees using audio and/or video recordings, attending telehealth sessions, via one-way mirror or in-person according to university or county contracts and as clinically indicated to provide coaching and feedback

·Communicates directly with the supervisee’s Administrative Supervisor regarding supervisee’s status, progress, overall clinical performances, and challenges.  Collaborates with Administrative Supervisor and supervisee on all cases, with particular emphasis on challenging and complex situations

·Provides bi-yearly written evaluations for each supervisee as part of their professional development plans

·Stays current and in compliance with all BBS Clinical Supervisor regulations, requirements, and statutes

·Ensures the provision of a wide array of family centered services to consumers with appropriate regard to their physical and mental well-being

·Collaborates with the program management team daily to review new referral packets and complete case assignments

·Takes a lead role in the implementation of Evidence Based Practice (EBP) models, new clinical practices and therapeutic groups for youth and families in the program

·Reviews complaints generated by clients, their representatives, and/or other agents and in collaboration with Associate Program Director and/or Clinical Director develops plans to address each complaint satisfactorily

·Documents all services provided to youth or on behalf of youth 

·Reviews critical incident reports and ensures follow-up plans are in place to adequately address safety concerns and minimize risk

·Ensures documentation is compliant with regulatory and contractual requirements

·Participates in on-call rotation

·Participates in Utilization Review, Accreditation, County and State Audits as requested

·Responsible for meeting all outcomes as documented in Employee Development Plan