Job Opening: Lead Clinician, Program Manager for Adolescent IOP
Location: San Jose, California 95129
Schedule: Full-Time, onsite Monday-Thursday 2pm-6pm, rest is remote
We are seeking an IOP Lead Therapist, Program Manager for Adolescent IOP in our San Jose location for our Teen Program. This position requires a clinician who enjoys working with patients and families, is trained in various therapeutic modalities (including group therapy), possesses exceptional leadership qualities, problem-solving skills, and creativity, and thrives in a collaborative environment. Oversee and manage assigned teen IOP* track consisting of 8-10 patients, working in collaboration with a team of 10-12 team members.
1. Facilitate weekly treatment team meetings, biweekly goal reviews, two weekly IOP groups, and provide individual therapy and parent support as needed.
2. Case management duties for the whole IOP track, including but not limited to treatment and discharge planning, referrals and collaboration with outside providers (such as social workers and clinicians who are referring patients), and communicating with other treatment facilities to support higher level of care or specialized care needs.
3. Provide clinical mentorship and consultation to licensed, pre-licensed and Allied Behavioral Health Support staff as needed.
4. Collaboratively works with IOP coordinator to address administrative needs.
5. Complete assessments for prospective IOP patients.
6. Problem-solve clinical service needs when gaps/problems arise and address patient/parent grievances within the program.
7. Manage IOP group staffing, coverage needs and provide IOP coverage support as needed.
8. Support manual and procedure revision.
9.Provide group facilitation training to IOP clinicians.
10. Participate in onboarding for clinicians.
11. Participate in the interview process for licensed, pre-licensed and Allied Behavioral Health Support (ABHS) staff as requested.
12. Work closely with the community outreach manager to create presentations for and engage in community outreach.
13. Maintain an outpatient therapy caseload. If the IOP track is just starting or has persistently low census, then more time will be spent providing outpatient therapy.
14. Ability to clearly summarize pertinent clinical information via written correspondence and medical record documentation in a timely manner
15. Articulate and operationalize BACA’s vision, mission and values on a daily basis and incorporate the organizational values into everyday decision-making
16. Additional tasks as assigned from time to time by BACA leadership.
1. Master’s degree or higher and valid NPI required
2. Must have active license as LMFT, LCSW or LPCC in the state of California and 1 year experience as a BACA Associate or 2 years relevant work experience in IOP clinics, Residential, Inpatient or PHP setting
3. Must complete credentialing and contracting with insurance companies
4. Ability to maintain confidentiality and comply with HIPAA standards and BACA policies and procedures
5. Employee must reside in California
6. Effective written and verbal communication
7. Be flexible and adaptable to organizational and program changes
8. Strong computer skills; experience with Google Drive and Google Suite a huge plus
9. Knowledge of acute adolescent and/or child psychological disorders
10. Knowledge of best-practices for mental health treatment
11. Ability to manage multiple projects
12. Effectively communicate in written and verbal form with staff and patients
13. 2+ post licensure with ability to provide clinical supervision preferred.
14. Previous experience providing clinical supervision to pre-licensed clinicians preferred
15. Experience in high acuity settings preferrred
Compensation: $105,000-$115,000 plus $5,000 differential and excellent benefits