Job: Director of Clinical Operations (Chadwick) - Full time - Benefits Eligible

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Job Description

Director of Clinical Operations (Chadwick)

Job Category:
Management / Supervisor (Non-Nursing)

Department:
Chadwick Center

Facility:
Rady Children's Health Services - Kearny Mesa

Schedule:
Full time - Benefits Eligible

Shift:
Days

Hours:
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Req Number:
49115

Job Details:

JOB SUMMARY:

The Director of Clinical Operations (DCO) is responsible, in coordination with the Senior Director and Medical Director, for the range of clinical programs and operations across the Chadwick Center and active participation in the leadership of the overall Center including strategic planning and integration of national and local efforts. This includes administrative supervision and oversight of all staff in Trauma Counseling, Forensic & Medical Services, the Outcome Treatment office, and selected grants/contracts and the clinical, programmatic, business and contractual activities of these programs including, leading efforts to continuously improve quality, integrate strategic directions into everyday practice, and improve business controls & business operations. The DCO coordinates the child advocacy center and multi-disciplinary child protection team functions for the Center and acts as liaison with national accrediting bodies. The DCO oversees productivity and financial performance of clinical programs, and leads Chadwick efforts at clinical revenue enhancement including charge capture, revenue cycle and grants maximization. The DCO plans and coordinates Chadwick satellite needs, seeks, in cooperation with Information Systems & other providers, to meet the clinical information needs (EPIC, Anasazi, clinical and outcome databases) of the Center, assists and supports efforts to coordinate Developmental & Behavioral services across the hospital, leads selected cross department committees, and assumes a variety of special projects and assignments.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Master's Degree

At least five years of experience in supervision/management/leadership role in a child serving behavioral, health, or child advocacy center setting

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Ten or more years of experience

Licensure in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, Nursing, or Psychology




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