Clinical Director


Reporting to, and in partnership with the President/CEO, the Clinical Director is responsible for leading programs for children, as well as adults with disabilities; this includes clinical oversight, strategic direction, staff supervision, and program management. The Clinical Director is a member of the agency’s Senior Team.


The duties listed below are intended to describe the general nature and level of work of this position. The list is not meant to be exhaustive or restrictive.

  • Clinical Oversight
    • Responsible for ensuring child and client safety is the top priority of the agency
    • Oversee JBBBS’ compliance with National BBBSA program standards
    • Ensure agency compliance with all relevant mandatory reporting requirements
    • Identify training needs, along with other team members
    • Staff the Programs-related committee(s) of the Board
    • Liaison with other social service and communal agencies
    • Maintain a small caseload (5-10 matches)
  • Strategic Direction
    • Champion the priorities set forth in the agency strategic plan, namely: (1) Evolve and innovate program; (2) Engage more people in the work of JBBBS; (3) Build strong partnerships and (4) Demonstrate commitment to inclusion in everything we do
    • Design and launch new programs and models to implement the strategic priorities
    • Work closely with all members of Senior Team to identify and execute on new opportunities
  • Staff Supervision
    • Oversee programs staff
    • Directly supervise Director of Programs for Adults with Disabilities; Assistant Director of Children’s Program and Co-Supervise Outreach Manager
    • Ensure professional development opportunities for staff
  • Program Management
    • Oversee agency efforts to holistically support children/families/clients through providing financial assistance, camp and college scholarship and referrals to other social service agencies, as needed.


  • Masters degree in human service field required
  • 5+ years experience working with programs for children/families and adults with disabilities preferred
  • Knowledge of Boston-area Jewish community a plus
  • Demonstrated excellence in organizational, managerial, and communication skills
  • Comfortable with innovation and change efforts

Work environment:

He/She performs many of his/her essential functions indoors in a small office environment or, in the field, interacting with families/clients, partners and volunteers at one-on-one, community meetings and special events hosted in the larger Boston community

All interested parties should submit a cover letter and resume to