The Behavioral Health Office Supervisor oversees the day-to-day operations of the local rural clinic Behavioral Health office; monitors and maintains oversight of clinic staff; including administrative, clinical, and case management staff; collaborates with other SEARHC departments to assure effective and efficient patient flow and to accomplish SEARHC strategic initiatives such as intensive substance abuse treatment and group counseling, based on the needs of the community. Provides and/or oversees data collection and reporting for various Behavioral Health programs. Collaborates with BH Program Managers to develop and oversee budgets, division goals, and compliance with various regulating bodies. In certain SEARHC sites, this position also includes in-depth facilitation of substance abuse treatment initiatives, group counseling and working with community partners to develop and strengthen Alaska Native cultural activities available to patients and their families. This position is a covered position in accordance with the Indian Child Protection Act (ICPA).
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Retirement, Paid Time Off, Paid Parental Leave, Comprehensive Health Plans, Life Insurance, Disability Packages, Culture of Learning, Well-Being at Work, Travel Opportunities