Division Director – Northeastern Massachusetts
Division Director – Northeastern Massachusetts
Website Family Continuity
Private, non-profit mental health and social services agency.
Build Your Career With Us! –
Family Continuity is rapidly expanding its energetic workforce to lead fast paced, innovative clinical programming in our six different sites throughout the Northeast, Southeast, and Central regions of Massachusetts. This is evidenced by our quality work with clients and a strong commitment to our employees.
At Family Continuity, we value your dedication and hard work and give you the tools and experience needed to succeed and become a leader in the clinical field. Our mission, for over 35 years, is to inspire individuals and families to achieve overall wellness through counseling, support, education, and connections to community.
Family Continuity is seeking a Division Director to lead our workforce in a fast paced, innovative clinical setting in Northern Massachusetts.
This is a multi-faceted role combining strategic vision, program development, staff management, and operational and fiscal responsibility. The Division Director will provide overall leadership for current service delivery and will pursue new opportunities to expand our impact and effectiveness.
They will work closely with our funders and community partners to build sustainable financial resources for the division. They will also lead a team that is committed to collaboration and growth, and providing services in a way that builds on strengths and wellness.
Reporting to the Senior Director of Behavioral Health Operations, the Division Director provides clinical, fiscal and administrative oversight for the provision of behavioral health and social services to people in the local Lawrence and Peabody areas of Northern MA. Family Continuity provides services in a variety of office, home-based and community settings. This position may be headquartered in one of these two sites.
Master’s Degree in a related human service field from an accredited college/university
An LICSW or recognized Massachusetts independent clinical license
Five years’ experience in behavioral health counseling and providing community and family-based treatment services
Five years’ supervisory/leadership/management experience
Clinical knowledge of both mental health and substance abuse services
Experience working with a broad range of populations in a clinical environment as well as working with quality assurance systems, managed care entities, state agencies, etc.
Experience with program design, development, implementation and management
Experience with budgetary processes and fiscal oversight of programs
Experience with quality measures and oversight
Experience with CBHI and associated services
Reliable transportation and ability to travel between Worcester and Whitinsville sites as well as attend meetings across the state
Shared administrator on call responsibilities
Work in collaboration with the CFO and CEO regarding overall direction of the agency
Benefits of Joining Our Team –
Our comprehensive benefits package can include:
Differential for Independent licensure in the state of Massachusetts
Salary differential for BILINGUAL Masters Level Clinicians
Flexible schedules and innovative payment models based on your needs
Supervision for licensure and in-house training for CEUs
401k retirement plan
Medical, dental, Flexible Spending Account
Vacation Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipend
Employee referral bonuses
Professional Liability Insurance
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
CPR / First Aid / Narcan Training
Diversity and Inclusion are Important to Us –
Family Continuity is committed to providing a supportive and collaborative work environment for our team members to contribute their unique ideas and talents. Diversity is about different opinions, divergent ideas and deviations into how we overcome our challenges and really address the needs of our community. Family Continuity is an equal opportunity employer. We actively seek candidates from diverse backgrounds including women, communities of color, the LGBTQ community and people with disabilities. Family Continuity considers lived experience (personal or familial) with the mental health system a valuable asset.
Your Health & Safety –
Family Continuity requires employees to be fully vaccinated (one dose of Johnson & Johnson vaccine or two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine)against COVID-19 before the first day of work. Individuals with medical issues or religious beliefs or practices that prevent them from getting the vaccine may request exemption from the vaccine requirement by contacting Human Resources.
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