WWP

  • Mental/Brain Health Clinical Director - Jacksonville, FL/ Atlanta, GA/ Chicago, IL/ Colorado Springs, CO/ Fayetteville, NC/ Houston, TX/ Nashville, TN/ Phoenix, AZ/ Pittsburgh, PA/ San Antonio, TX/ Seattle/Tacoma, WA/ Tampa, FL/ Washington, D.C.

    Job Locations US-FL-Jacksonville | US-IL-Chicago | US-GA-Atlanta | US-CO-Colorado Springs | US-NC-Fayetteville | US-TX-Houston | US-TN-Nashville | US-NY-New York | US-AZ-Phoenix | US-TX-San Antonio | US-CA-San Diego | ...
    Position
    P11785
    Category
    Mental Health Services
    Type
    Full-Time/Regular
  • Job Summary

    This position is available in various office locations: Please note, our Seattle office will be relocating to the Tacoma, Washington, area in early 2020.

     

    The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) Mental/Brain Health Services Director serves as the subject matter expert for WWP mental health and brain health programs and initiatives across the Mental Health Continuum of Support (MHCoS), and ensures WWP remains postured to meet the ever-changing mental health needs of our Alumni and family support members. The Clinical Director provides oversight and guidance to foster programmatic and strategic alignment.

    Note: The mental health and brain health needs of Wounded Warrior Project alumni are significant. Wounded Warrior Project is committed to increasing access to necessary resources to address these needs.  The Mental Health Continuum of Support is comprised of a series of programs, both internal to WWP and in collaboration with external partners and resources, intended to assist warriors and their families along their journey to recovery.

    Essential Duties & Responsibilities

    • Develop the long-term strategy and objectives for the internal and direct non-clinical programs in the mental health and brain focus areas, as well as with external clinical partners. Ensure alignment with the organization’s business and broader clinical outcomes.
    • Synchronize efforts with external clinical partners and the internal direct and non-clinical aspects of all programs in the mental health and brain focus areas to maximize effectiveness.
    • Provide strategic oversight for the program’s objectives and goals achievement.
    • Serve as the subject matter expert for internal mental health and brain health programs and initiatives across the MHCoS. Maintain currency on development in Veteran-based behavioral health services.
    • Provide leadership and supervision to the mental health triage team and to quality assurance/quality initiatives teammates.
    • Synchronize efforts across programs to ensure warriors are appropriately placed along WWP’s MHCoS..
    • Establish and maintain effective relationships with external clinical partners (e.g., Centerstone, PATH, Headstrong, eHome).
    • Oversee behavioral health education including supervision of teaching and development of training agreements (e.g., Healing through Adventure, Project Odyssey curriculum).
    • Represent WWP to external organizations and provide clinical input on various Warrior Care Network committees.
    • Conduct case audits in Salesforce to ensure timely and appropriate documentation.
    • Serve as a strategic thought partner to leadership.
    • Ensure WWP remains postured to meet the ever-changing mental health needs of our Alumni and Family Support Members by staying current on the developments in Veteran-based behavioral health services.
    • Other related duties as assigned.

    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

    • Demonstrated effective leadership skills with a strong ability to lead in a dynamic and fluid environment.
    • Demonstrated understanding of military and veteran issues, and the emotional impact of combat, e.g., brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and combat stress, and particularly with Iraq and Afghanistan                                                                                                                                         
    • Demonstrated understanding of psychological and mental health issues. Demonstrated understanding of the challenges faced by warriors affected by trauma.
    • Strong working understanding of WWP programs and other resources available for families and warriors.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
    • Strong organizational and time management skills. Effectively complete assignments and meet deadlines.
    • Highly-collaborative team player with proven interpersonal conflict management skills.
    • Strong analytical skills and demonstrated ability to source and interpret complex data from multiple sources to advance informed team decisions.
    • Strong working understanding of WWP programs and other resources available for families and warriors.
    • Unequivocal commitment to the highest standards of personal and business ethics and conduct.
    • Mission-driven, guided by core values, and a pleasure to work with.

    Education & Experience Requirements

    • Master’s degree in psychology, social work, or behavioral health.
    • Seven years of experience working with and providing support to wounded service members who are dealing with both visible and invisible injuries, e.g., brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, and substance use disorders.
    • Five years of experience providing training to adult learners.
    • Five years of experience conducting mental/brain health triage and case management services.
    • Five years of leadership experience.

    Preferences

    • PsyD or PhD in Clinical Psychology.
    • Two years of Salesforce experience.

    Certifications & Licensure

    • NA

     

     

     

     

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