Program Manager - Integrated Behavioral Health

  • MaineHealth
  • Sanford, ME, USA
  • Mar 18, 2021

Job Description

Summary

Position Summary

For a limited time Maine Behavioral Healthcare is offering a $5,000 hiring bonus for all eligible Clinicians!*

This is an exciting opportunity for a licensed provider with interest in clinical team management and integrating behavioral health services into primary care settings.

The Program Manager will maintain primary accountability for the management and delivery of safe and effective patient/client care and for the day-to-day functions of Maine Behavioral Healthcare’s Behavioral Health Integration program. The Program Manager shares the leadership of the team of clinicians and is responsible for the coordination of services. This person is responsible for the management of team members, client/patient outcomes, design, delegation and supervision of work load, team building and for the appropriate utilization of human and fiscal resources. The Program manager works closely with management to ensure quality and compliance of clinical documentation. This person is responsible for program sustainability through effective service utilization and case load management leading to the achievement of the overall financial goals. In addition, the program managers in Behavioral Health Integration routinely work in a practice delivering behavioral health integration services for part of their week. It is expected that the successful candidate would dedicate 15-20 hours per week to management duties at Southern Maine Health Care and have the ability to dedicate the remaining time to clinical practice.


*Current MaineHealth member employees are ineligible; former MaineHealth members are ineligible until great than 6 months separation from employment. Hiring Bonus is paid out 50% at hire, and 50% after successful completion of 6 months.

Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)
1. Education: Master’s degree in Social Work, psychology or related field is required.
2. 
License/ Certifications: Maine State licensure to practice at the independent level of an LCSW, LCPC, or PhD. in mental health. Additional licensure in substance use treatment is preferred.
3. 
Experience: 3+ years of relevant experience in community settings preferred, 3+years of clinical supervisory and management experience preferred.