Manage the Akeela clinical training and clinical supervision function. Review, analyze, and address knowledge gaps to positively impact staff performance and Akeela productivity. Leverage data trends, observations, and other analyses to drive continuous improvement related to staff training and ongoing development within Akeela operations.
The Clinical Training Manager must be able to demonstrate competency in the following areas:
- Quality of Work
- Management of others
- Collaborate with Akeela Chief Clinical Officer, Regional Clinical Directors, Director of Quality Management, Director of Compliance to identify staff skill gaps, design relevant training and execute training in a timely manner to positively impact overall performance.
- Review reports, metrics, dashboards, and other pertinent materials to determine training needs; develop training and educational programs to appropriately address same.
- Provide, and coordinate the provision of, clinical supervision toward full licensure for Akeela master’s Level clinicians seeking licensure and Chemical Dependency certifications, in accordance with Akeela, Alaska Licensing Boards, and accreditation requirements.
- Collaboratively work with Human Resources Department to develop and manage the corporate internship program to serve as pre-licensure training outlet for bachelors and master’s level paraprofessionals and as a feeder program for staff vacancies.
- Develop and measure effectiveness of clinical training, clinical supervision, and internship programs in accordance with organizational and contractual goals. Provide relevant data and reports on progress to goals as required.
- Support organizational marketing efforts by promoting relevant program initiatives externally as requested.
- Sustain results through selecting, coaching, counseling, and disciplining direct report(s); and through planning, monitoring, and evaluating staff job performance.
- Maintain licensure and/or certification required for performance of professional duties. Ensure same of clinical supervisees.
- Demonstrate leadership and practical experience with program development and execution.
- Excellent external and internal communication skills both oral and written including presenting to and facilitating training for groups of varying levels of expertise. Strong analytical skills and service orientation.
Education And Work Requirements:
- Master’s degree in a behavioral health discipline with a valid, unrestricted license to practice in the state of Alaska. Supervision qualification is preferred.
Also allowed: CDC Administrator/CDC Supervisor/CDCII/Advanced Behavioral Health Counselor.
- Minimum of three (3) years providing clinical supervision. Minimum of five (5) years of combined practical work experience directly applicable to the services by Akeela.