Clinical Director

POSITION SUMMARY

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.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

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.

Qualifications

  • 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 administration@jbbbs.org.