Position Summary: Provides statewide leadership and management to assure high quality services, positive financial results, excellent human resources practice and market continued organizational growth. The goal of the position is to achieve program and fiscal goals for the organization. Position requires non-traditional business hours (nights, weekends, and some holidays).
Mission Statement: The Executive Director maintains JusticeWorks winning culture of a Whatever It Takes operating philosophy and a commitment to tracking outcomes. We achieve those goals by respecting and empowering staff, applauding their accomplishments, and creating a career path. We hire the best, who enjoy coming to work, find it gratifying and have a long tenure. We celebrate diversity of heritage, religion, orientation, and personality al all levels of the organization. The purpose of all managers is to achieve these goals. We assure staff have the structure and tools (evolving practices) to succeed.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Exercise authority and accountability for business.
Manage Regional Directors and administrative staff to meet company goals
Assure all services are congruent with Medicaid and other regulatory requirements
Assure that company operations are congruent with COA accreditation.
Implement organization-wide, long-term strategic planning and periodic reviews.
Work as a member of the governing body to secure adequate resources.
Develop and implement policies governing the organization's program of services, planned and coordinated with the governing body.
Attend all meetings of the governing body or advisory group, and provide operation's overview
Actively promote strategic, planned adaptations to changing conditions.
Establish a workplace environment which is respectful of and supportive of the rights and welfare of the organization's staff, volunteers, and consumers.
On-site review of program operations.
Manage program expenditures and revenue analysis to achieve fiscal goals
• Master's Degree in social work, or similar, and demonstrated experience leading and managing a
comparable operation. The job requires business savvy and management capability as well as
understanding of clinical and other services. Licensed Clinician with extensive management
experience, or Masters or Bachelor's Degree and a proven track record of leadership and
management in similar business. MBA is a plus.
• Demonstrated experience managing a behavioral health organization.
• Valid driver's license, auto insurance and access to a vehicle.