The Child and Adult Mental Health Service Programs Manager (CAPM) will be directly responsible for the implementation and provision of mental health service programs for child and adults provided at all PACS Service Area sites (SA2, SA5, SA8).
SUMMARY OF DUTIES:
1. The CAPM will manage mental health service programs for child and adults funded by DMH planning; implementation and monitoring in collaboration with the Division Manager.
2. This position will monitor and be accountable for the utilization of program contracts and productivity on a daily and monthly basis.
3. The CAPM will ensure timely response, triage and intakes for incoming inquires and referrals for PACS services.
4. The CAPM will provide administrative and clinical supervision for professional and paraprofessional service providers of these programs. Includes providing individual and group clinical supervision hours for license eligible staff.
5. The CAPM will conduct trainings and supervision on a monthly or as needed basis to staff on Department of Mental Health paperwork/forms as well as develop an ongoing training curriculum;
6. Monitor and process incoming referrals from schools and county partners
7. Attends DMH meetings and work-groups for all service areas. Relay pertinent updates to program(s) policies and procedures to agency management and staff.
8. Represent the agency to advisory, educational, collaborative, or networking bodies with the County of Los Angeles, Department of Mental Health, as assigned by the Division Manager or Clinical Director.
9. Remain current regarding mandated and best practices, as well as Medi-Cal and contractual compliance issues. Provide feedback and information regarding these to the management team and provide training to staff.
Required: Valid LMFT, LCSW or Clinical Psychology license; Class 3 Driver’s License, evidence of automobile liability insurance. Knowledge regarding child development, social work, DMH systems, and other related fields desirable. Worked experience in the Short-Doyle/Medi-Cal rehabilitation option rules and regulations as well as in LA County DMH contracts and documentation is required. Good oral and written communication skills.
Salary: DOE $62,000 – $75,000 annual
Pacific Asian Counseling Services (PACS) is a private, non-profit community based organization. PACS enriches the lives of children and families through counseling and caring. We provide culturally sensitive and language specific services with expertise in the immigrant Asian Pacific Islander populations. Services are provided to diverse multi-ethnic clientele, by cultural and linguistic competent professional staff.