Clinical Program Director
Company: The American College of Radiation Oncology
Posted on: February 22, 2021
The Clinical Program Director is a unique career opportunity to
creatively implement and manage clinical programs and services for
CSCMT; the position supervises clinical staff; participates in the
provision of direct service, and is actively involved in CSCMT's
relationship with the hospital.--
The Clinical Program Director is a social worker or mental health
professional and ensures that policies, procedures and programs are
carried out in a professional--manner in keeping with the Cancer
Support Community HQ program guidelines. The Clinical Program
Director--utilizes the skills of the entire Team, volunteers and
interns in implementing the workplan.
Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Program Administration
a. Develop, implement and manage psychosocial, clinical programs
and services for CSCMT in
collaboration with, and in, full compliance with CSCHQ
b. Recruit, hire, train, evaluate and supervise Program
Facilitators, and ensures adherence of program
staff to the philosophy, policies, procedures and program
c. Develop, train and evaluate satellite and off-site clinical
staff as needed.
d. In partnership with the Education & Youth Director, develop
programs to assure a comprehensive
provision of services is offered that includes support groups,
educational programs, social events,
cancer conferences and healthy lifestyle programs.
e. Design psychosocial curriculum, and research and secure speakers
for annual retreats.
f. Formulate and implement quarterly records and statistical
reporting to the Chief Executive Officer,
the Board of Trustees and ADAPT reporting platform ensuring
accuracy of information.
g. Be a participatory member of the Professional Advisory
h. Participates in the annual budget process and regularly monitors
program finances to maintain a
high-level of fiscal responsibility.
2. Assessment & Evaluation
a. Collaborate with the Education & Youth Director to develop a
needs assessment that evaluates
program needs, barriers and requested services for people affected
by cancer. Data will be utilized
and applied to the strategic plan outlining long-term and
short-term goals and objectives of CSCMT.
b. Collaborate with educational institutions, area hospitals, and
the Cancer Support Community
National staff in research and development of new programs.
c. Works with the Education & Youth Director to monitor quality of
service and--program effectiveness
through an annual evaluation and analysis of programs and create a
detailed summary report for
3. Clinical Direct Service
a. Utilize clinical skills to manage, and guide programs which
includes but is not limited to:
distress screenings, individual short-term one-on-one counseling,
new participant meetings,
group support, virtual support and skills-based trainings and
orientation of participants.
b. Facilitate at least 3-4 participant groups per month.
c. Provide an opportunity for each participant to utilize the CSS
Distress Screening with follow-up
referral systems and reach the utilization standard set by CSC
d. Establish and maintain proactive relationships, and be actively
involved, with other CSCHQ
Program Directors through program conference calls, Affiliate
Meetings, and other
Requirements Required Qualifications:
1. Masters prepared social worker or mental health professional
with the ability to be licensed in
Montana within a mutually agreed upon amount of time
2. Successful experience applying clinical skills with individuals,
couples and support groups.
3. Demonstrated experience planning, organizing, scheduling
reports, and program development.
4. Advanced skill and ability in public speaking and promoting
effective public relations strategies.
5. Successful experience working with computers specifically Word,
PowerPoint, Excel and databases.
Experience using InDesign proficiently is a plus.
1. Licensed LCSW, LCPC, Licensed Mental Health Professional or
Clinical Psychologist in State of
2. Advanced successful experience post-licensed.
3. Successful experience and ability to work with issues
surrounding chronic and life-threatening
4. Successful supervisory or management experience of staff in an
organization. Job Information
- Job ID: 55191366
- Position Title: Clinical Program Director
- Job Function: Social work and program development for
- Job Type: Full-Time
- Job Duration: Indefinite
- Min Education: Master's Degree
- Min Experience: 1-2 Years
- Required Travel: 0-10% Jobs You May Like Tacoma, WA, United
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