The Salvation Army - Central Territory

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Clinical Manager

Clinical Manager

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US-MI-Grand Rapids
Social Services
Regular Full-Time

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The Clinical Manager is responsible for the maximum quality, efficiency, and economy of all clinical and treatment services. Programs include, but are not limited to: Turning Point Programs (TPP) substance use disorder, intensive stabilization, sub-acute detox, intensive outpatient and outpatient in both Grand Rapids and Muskegon. The Clinical Manager is responsible for supervision of therapists as well as relevant education and training of therapeutic and direct care staff in relevant clinical treatment areas. The Clinical Manager's daily work may include both the provision and coordination of individual and group therapies and is responsible for the initial and on-going education of all staff and responsible for providing supervision in relevant clinical areas.


Key Responsibilities:



Operation and Clinical Support

Budget/Finance Support

Treatment Compliance

Special projects as assigned




Education:  Clinically related Master's Degree. Must be a Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) or have an approved development plan through the Michigan Board for Addiction Professionals (MCBAP) within 30 days of hire.


Experience:  Previous work experience in the substance abuse and/or mental health field preferred. At least one year of supervisory experience required, with preferred management experience in a Behavioral Health Care setting.


Skills:  Demonstrated ability to communicate in both written and verbal formats to meet positions requirements. Ability to interact with staff and individuals of diverse populations required. Must be computer literate and be able to perform functions in Microsoft Office products without supervision. Ability to articulate and actively support the mission of the organization in various audiences. Demonstrated ability and willingness to be flexible and change based on resident demand and/or accreditation regulations.


Compliance with criminal background investigation protocol.

Valid driver's license required.

A recovering individual must have at least five years sobriety with current evidence of social and emotional stability.