An exciting opportunity has just opened up with a highly sought after, acute-care hospital located in the Bay Area of California for a Senior Clinical Administrator of Behavioral Health!
This is a great opportunity for an experienced hospital-based, Behavioral Health Services Clinical Director to bring their talents to Northern California's Bay Area. This exciting career opportunity is with a 300+ patient bed, Joint Commission Accredited Hospital that is part of a larger, reputable non-profit healthcare system that has been been serving the nation for over 100+ years. This impressive hospital has won a number of awards and accreditations for their superior quality, patient safety, and advanced life saving measures. This hospital has four different accreditations from the Joint Commission in the areas of stroke, joint replacement, cardiovascular care, behavioral health and laboratory. Other impressive milestones include their Blue Distinctions for Spine Surgery, Bariatric Surgery, Cardiac Care, and Joint replacement.
This 300+ patient bed, Level II Trauma Center is excited for a Senior Clinical Administrator of Behavioral Health to join their highly advanced team. This hospital offers a wide range of services such as 24/7 Emergency Services, Inpatient and Outpatient Surgical Services, Women’s & Infant Services, Diagnostic Imaging, Paediatrics, Behavioral Health, and more! The Senior Clinical Administrator of Behavioral Health will be leading a large program that offers strong emotional, psychiatric, and medical treatments. The Senior Clinical Administrator of Behavioral Health will lead a team of trained therapists, clinical nurses, social workers, and psychologists to ensure that inpatient and outpatient screenings, crisis intervention services, and psychiatric nursing assessments are administered in an accurate and patient-oriented manner.
The Senior Clinical Administrator of Behavioral Health will oversee andindividualy licensed psychology facility that is an entity of the larger, acute-care hospital. This leader will work collaboratively with the Medical Director of Behavioral Health to effectively develop operational goals, achieve system performance metrics, and manage diverse stakeholders in system-wide implementations. Assigning tasks, coordinating activities, and the implementation of policies and procedures are additional responsibilities the Senior Clinical Administrator of Behavioral Health will conduct. Although not a requirement, an individual with California RN license, an LCSW, or an LMFT with a Master’s Degree and prior clinical leadership experience will make for extremely quick interviews!
Not only will the Senior Clinical Administrator of Behavioral Health be leading a highly skilled and tight-knit team with an award-winning hospital, but they’ll also be located in an award-winning area of California that is known for their superior schools, impressive safety ratings, outdoor recreation, and enjoyable entertainment. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to grow with an amazing hospital in one of the most sought after locations and receive a generous compensation package. Apply today for the chance to lead a rock-star tea