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Company: JusticeWorks
Location: Charleston
Posted on: November 26, 2022

Job Description:



Do you have what it takes to be part of a dynamic organization passionate about helping children & families in the human services field?

This isn't your typical 9-5 job working in an office setting. JusticeWorks primarily sees families in their own homes and in community locations. To provide excellent service, our families are our priority, so working with their schedules is key to creating a healthy rapport with them. Some evenings and/or weekends may be required within a 40-hour work week. This position is ideal for an independent self-reliant person who appreciates being supported by a strong team. If this matches your passion to make a positive difference, we want you!

JusticeWorks is an employee-centered company which does whatever it takes to achieve positive outcomes for youth and families in the juvenile justice and child welfare systems. We have been serving the community for more than 20 years and our service repertoire is always expanding to service new populations. We have a menu of services such as truancy prevention, anger management, parenting skills, independent living and other signature services, which keep children safe, enhance family functioning and keep youth on a path to success. JusticeWorks now works in more than 100 counties in six states.

We provide ongoing, on-the-job training to promote professional development for all our staff. JusticeWorks has demonstrated its commitment to promoting from within as most managers started as direct care staff. This is a job which gives emotional satisfaction, pride in helping children and families, and leads to career growth.

JusticeWorks YouthCare is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Manage Supervisor(s) and assigned staff to ensure and enforce quality programming in accordance with local funding sources, regulatory and contract standards and JusticeWorks' methodology.
  • Interview and select appropriate candidates for a variety of positions.
  • Conduct monthly Supervision with Clinicians and Program Supervisor (s).
  • Complete annual evaluations for clinicians / program supervisors and consult with Executive/State Director for guidance and approval
  • Develop Corrective Action Plans / Performance Improvement Plans for Clinicians/Program Supervisors and consult with Executive/State Director for guidance and approval.
  • Review and approve all Corrective Action Plans / Performance Improvement Plans for your region.
  • Conduct Group Supervision and Staff Meetings monthly.
  • Manage and track productivity for region
  • Monitor completion of outpatient treatment requests with appropriate clinical information and submit to appropriate MCO for approval and billing purposes.
  • Monitor end dates of authorizations using authorization warning report in KaleidaCare every Thursday.
  • Monitor that all authorizations are actively being served according to KaleidaCare.
  • Review and approve Diagnostic Assessment and CALOCUS for clinical content and to get an idea of the clinical needs of the case for future treatment planning for the Region.
  • Send Diagnostic Assessments to referring agency upon completion.
  • Oversee that the FLASH spreadsheet is maintained- FLASH meeting takes place 2 times a week.
  • Review and audit charts. Complete final audit on closed charts and tracking state of chart.
  • Review session notes for clinical content and to ensure quality, timeliness, and appropriateness of service delivery.
  • Complete validation error report each week.
  • Keep track of service mix to ensure profitability.
  • Responsible for attending PQI meetings and overseeing all PQI responsibility for the Regional Office
  • Attend community events as needed.
  • Perform other duties as needed


    • Licensed Practitioner of the Healing Arts, including Licensed Independent Social Worker Clinical Practice (LISW-CP), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) or Licensed Psychologist.
    • Minimum of 3 years' experience in development, design, implementation, supervision, and evaluation of programs for emotionally challenged children and their families; minimum of 5 additional years providing direct counseling services to emotionally challenged children and their families.
    • Such alternatives to the above as the Board many find appropriate and acceptable
    • Valid driver's license, auto insurance and access to a vehicle.
    • Pass current, applicable clearances.
    • Pass pre-employment, post-offer drug screening.


      • Medical, Dental, Vision and Wellness Program
      • 401K with company match
      • Company paid life insurance
      • Company paid short term and long-term disability
      • Tuition Reimbursement
      • Company paid holidays and paid time off
      • Employee referral bonus
      • Clearance reimbursement and renewal


Keywords: JusticeWorks, Charleston , REGIONAL PROGRAM DIRECTOR - FULL TIME, Executive , Charleston, South Carolina

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