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Senior Director of Mental Health and Violence Prevention

Company: Catholic Charities East Bay
Location: Oakland
Posted on: January 16, 2022

Job Description:

Who we are:Catholic Charities East Bay is a nationally accredited non-profit social services agency.Since 1935, we have provided innovative solutions to help people who struggle with poverty and other complex issues. We offer immigration legal services, housing assistance, Mental Health Services, Violence Prevention, and more.Why you should want to work here:We walk the walk when it comes to work-life balance, for example:

  • 15-20 days of vacation per year; AND
  • 15-20 days of sick leave per year; AND
  • 18 Holidays per year; AND
  • 35-hour work weeks; AND
  • Summer Fridays; AND
  • Standard Benefits.Job Title: Senior Director of Mental Health and Violence Prevention Area/Program Focus:Programs and OperationsPosition Summary: This position has primary responsibility for developing and leading program services, maintaining program excellence within the Mental Health and Violence Prevention (MHVP) Division, including ensuring compliance with best-practice and industry standards and requirements.This position will oversee current agency programs including: clinical case management services to victims of violent crime and traumatized youth and families that use evidence based, trauma-informed treatment models; school-based restorative practice capacity building services; and family preservation case management services.This position will also lead the development of new programs within the division, including overseeing fund, budget, outcome, and activity development and implementation, with special attention to the development of social enterprise activities.Reports to: Chief Program OfficerSupervisory Responsibility: Program Managers, Clinical SupervisorsResponsibilities:
    • All responsibilities will comply with Council on Accreditation (COA) standards including:Essential Responsibilities:
      • You will provide overall development and supervision of Mental Health Services and Violence Prevention Services provided to the communities of the East Bay.
      • You will be responsible for developing a culturally competent environment, culturally competent policies and procedures, and culturally competent literature.
      • You will develop realistic and measurable objectives for the MHVP Division and provide leadership to program staff ensuring that the client services meet or exceed contractual performance goals.
      • Manage and develop staff.
      • You will ensure model fidelity to evidence-based practices and program designs used to deliver high-quality, effective mental health and violence prevention services.
      • You will represent our agency to other organizations as assigned, at community functions, and at other events as requested.
      • You will attend community as well as agency administrative and program leadership team meetings, and act as facilitator when appropriate.
      • You will establish strategic partnerships with other agencies, parishes, and community organizations, and ensure the ongoing success of these collaborative relationships.
      • Other duties may be assigned.Financial and Administrative:
        • You have major financial and administrative responsibilities that contribute to the successful running of the program as well as positively impact the overall agency.Grants and Reporting:
          • You play a key role in the development of grants opportunities to further the work of the department in alignment with the strategic direction of the organization.Core Competencies:
            • Ability to lead a team of mental health professionals.Anticipate and prepare for the needs of a changing department.
            • Ability to understand, analyze, and project budget costs and manage programs within budgetary limitations.
            • Licensure to manage teams of mental health professionals.Benefit Status:Group medical, dental and vision insurance; 403(b) Plan, plus life and disability insurance, 18paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave.Salary Range:$130,000-$145,000by Jobble

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