Director Of Outpatient Services

Join the TCV Team! TCV Community Services is a dynamic organization that provides a continuum of services, care and support that empowers individuals, families and communities with behavioral, mental health, substance abuse and/or developmental issues to sustain their recovery and achieve the important possibilities in their lives.

In our Outpatient Program, we provide effective and efficient mental health treatment for adult and children, groups, and families.  Services are based on clinical best practices and are engaged in ongoing quality improvement efforts.

What to Expect

As the Director of Outpatient, you will be the leader of a well-trained multidisciplinary team working together to ensure quality clinical care to wide range of individuals with mental illness. The team including psychiatrists, nurses, therapists, supervisors and support staff. Therapy is provided in-person and remotely via telehealth meeting all state regulations.  The outpatient offices are in Homestead, Braddock and in Turtle Creek, PA (OP licenses in several local schools as well).

Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Planning, implementing and evaluating all performance and quality of services
  • Establishing and monitoring budgets
  • Selecting and training new therapists and other staff.
  • Providing direct clinical supervision and coaching for selected therapist in pursuit of licensure.
  • Ensuring best practice and quality of care through teaching and monitoring staff development
  • Are you ready for senior management? We would love to hear from you!

Full time Position Requirements

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work or Psychology, license required (LCSW, LPC)
  • Five years of clinical experience with adult and child
  • Three years of supervisory experience in a clinical setting.
  • Act 33/34, Child Abuse, and FBI Clearances required
  • Competitive wages and bonus structure

Comprehensive Benefits package (for eligible employees)

  • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurances
  • Generous Paid Time Off & 9 Agency Paid Holidays (for eligible employees)
  • Opportunities for professional growth and development

Apply today through Indeed or

Moving Beyond Depression Clinician

The mission of Healthy Start is to improve maternal and child health and to reduce poor birth outcomes and infant mortality in Allegheny County.

Hello Baby is a voluntary program for parents of new babies designed to strengthen families, improve children’s outcomes, and maximize child and family well-being, safety and security. As part of the Hello Baby tiered support strategy, the Hello Baby Priority program focuses on engagement and support for families with highest need.


Moving Beyond Depression™ is an evidence-based clinical model. The Moving Beyond Depression ™ Clinician for the Hello Baby Priority program conducts psychosocial assessments and provides In-Home Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (IH-CBT) to women in their homes. The purpose of the intervention is to facilitate recovery from maternal depression in women served by home visiting programs, thereby promoting the healthy development of infants and children. The Clinician works closely with the home visiting team/program and other community services to ensure continuity of participant care.

Skills and Competencies:

Training and experience delivering cognitive behavioral therapy

  • Training and experience in delivering psychotherapy to women with mood disorders. Training and experience in working with serious mental health conditions and complex clinical presentations.

Psychosocial knowledge

  • Psychosocial knowledge and clinical ability sufficient to provide services to women enrolled in home
    visiting programs.

Appreciation for diversity

  • Understanding and showing respect and appreciation for the uniqueness of all individuals; leveraging differences in others’ perspectives and ideas; appreciating cultural differences and adjusting one’s approach to successfully integrated with others who are different from oneself.

Professional demeanor

  • Demonstrates a strong work ethic, sound judgment, diplomacy and tact. Ability to maintain professional boundaries with clients in their home.


  • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.

Independence, accountability and autonomy

  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.


  • Being open to change and considerable variety in work environments. Effortlessly adjusting to new or
    changing situations and unexpected events. Willing to work flexible hours.

Qualifications of Position:

The Clinician must possess a Master’s Degree in social work, counseling or related mental health field. Must be passionate about community-based work and home visiting. At least three years’ experience working with maternal depression and/or cognitive behavioral therapy preferred.


  • Clearances are required
  • Must possess a valid unrestricted Pennsylvania Driver’s License and be able to conduct home visits for the purpose of field supervision
  • Must possess current and valid unrestricted automobile insurance and be listed as an insured driver

Supervisory Relationship:

This position works under the direction of the Hello Baby Priority Program Director, and receives clinical supervision from the Moving Beyond Depression™ Team Lead.


The starting salary range for this position is $40K-$45K, commensurate with skills and experience. We offer a comprehensive and competitive benefits package.

Healing Partnership Outreach Coordinator

The Pittsburgh Resiliency Center, 10.27 Healing Partnership, is the central coordinating agency for the region’s response to the deadly synagogue shooting that took place on October 27, 2018 and is funded in part by the Office for Victims of Crime.  Housed at the Jewish Community Center, its mission is to foster a sense of community well-being by providing opportunities for reflection, support, and connection for individuals and their loved ones impacted by the attack and others who experience hate-induced trauma.

The Outreach Coordinator ensures that the work of the 10.27 Healing Partnership is appropriately communicated and addressed to stakeholders and the community at large, through all social media outlets.  In addition, they will support the existing programs that serve the community.


  • Works closely with Manager to ensure that community outreach goals are met.
  • Develops and implements Public Relation strategies in keeping with the mission of the 10.27 Healing Partnership.
  • Routinely post photos/videos of programs and activities to enhance 10/27 Healing Partnership presence on appropriate social media platforms.
  • Manages and monitors social media content on a regular basis in collaboration with the Public Relations firm.
  • Works closely with the Website Developer to ensure that daily content remains current and relevant.
  • Exhibits knowledge of photography, digital and social marketing including online media, social behavior, research and analytics, and user experience.
  • Routinely researches new technical information and recommends and implements, as needed.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of and experience with social media platforms and content curation.
  • Occasionally works as a greeter, understanding visitor’s needs and providing them with personalized solutions by suggesting self-directed wellness activities or classes that will be offered by the 10.27 Healing Partnership.
  • Represents 10.27 Healing Partnership as needed, at community events.
  • Provides support as needed, for special events and programs.
  • Assists with a variety of administrative tasks such as updating the events calendar, printing, and distributing flyers, and assisting with intake as necessary.
  • Maintains a victim-centered approach in all interactions with the public.
  • Understands the impact of traumatic events on individuals and community.
  • Possesses some knowledge of trauma-informed care.
  • Possesses proficiency of the English language; multilingual preferred.
  • Ability to be comfortable with people during times in which they may exhibit emotional distress.
  • Excels in a team environment; demonstrates strong collaboration skills.
  • Ability to manage and balance a variety of responsibilities in a fast-paced environment under tight time constraints.
  • Maintains a high degree of organization and attention to details.
  • Ensures adherence to agency core values of respect, kindness, character and community within both staff culture and program development.
  • Recognizes that the JCC of Greater Pittsburgh gathers individuals representing diverse backgrounds, beliefs, and practices.
  • Creates a warm and welcoming environment.
  • Adheres to the Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh policies and procedures.
  • Actively supports and participates in continuous intra-departmental and agency-wide quality improvement processes.  “Everyone, Every Day, Closer to Better”.
  • Actively promotes and maintains agency customer service standards.
  • Ensures compliance with all state, federal and local regulating agencies.
  • Generates necessary reports and documentation as needed and/or required.
  • Proficiency of Zoom, WordPress, Microsoft applications, and back-end reporting capabilities.
  • Ability to communicate verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to operate personal computers (hardware and software).
  • Ability to work evenings, weekends, and holidays, as required.
  • Ability to perform other related duties, as needed and/or required.

(These responsibilities are not to be construed as a complete statement of all duties performed.)


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Business Administration, or related field, with experience in a non-profit setting, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Must be able to obtain ACT 33/34 and FBI clearances, NSOR Certificate and mandated reporter training.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Our JCC Staff Family has proudly risen to provide a safe workplace by mandating Vaccinations, Mask Wearing, Social Distancing and Elevated Sanitation standards to ensure the ongoing safety of our staff, our members and guests, and the community at large.

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to:

JCC of Greater Pittsburgh
Attn: Human Resources
5738 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15217


The psychotherapist will join the committed and compassionate team of the JFCS Counseling department, providing mental health services including individual counseling, group counseling, support groups, education, and community support. This full time position is responsible for intake evaluations, assessment, treatment, and coordination of care as needed for clients. The therapist will also have the opportunity to provide brief support services to job seekers and those entering training programs through the JFCS Career Development Center. The therapist will assist in the development of specialized training and staff development activities including collaboration with other departments.  They will participate in case reviews, meetings,  trainings, and all unit research activities.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Undertakes adult therapy and/or group counseling cases.
  • Conducts intake evaluations for all assigned referrals, including administrative and diagnostic assessments that assist in formulating an appropriate diagnosis.
  • Collaborates with the JFCS Career Development Center on programming, support groups, and brief support services.
  • Facilitates support groups for the community as assigned.
  • Schedules and coordinates client referrals as warranted by individual client needs.
  • Completes all required clinical documentation, including progress notes, treatment plans, treatment
  • Participates and presents cases for review and discussion with the clinic psychiatrist and other professional staff of the counseling unit.
  • Provides on-going and specialized consultation, training and skill development activities for service providers and family life education requests.
  • Participates in the development of training seminars, workshops and tele-conferences for presentation to JFCS staff and other mental health professionals.
  • Represents JFCS at professional meetings and conferences as assigned.
  • Participate in training and development activities including those which would result in increased responsiveness to the clients served and/or increased cultural awareness and those suggested in supervision.
  • Completes timesheets weekly
  • Other duties as assigned.


LCSW, LPC, or other licensed counselor eligible to be credentialed with health insurance panels. Must be licensed in the Commonwealth of PA or licensed elsewhere and eligible to be licensed in the Commonwealth. Experience in a clinical setting preferred.   Ability to communicate effectively and professionally at all levels with co-workers, family members, supervisors and other service providers.  Must have cultural sensitivity to the populations served by the agency.


Please email cover letter and resume to with “Psychotherapist” in the subject line.  Visit to learn more.

Medical Assistant

Join the TCV Team! TCV Community Services is a dynamic organization that provides a continuum of services, care and support that empowers individuals, families and communities with behavioral, mental health, substance abuse and/or developmental issues to sustain their recovery and achieve the important possibilities in their lives.

In our Outpatient Mental Health Program, we provide effective and efficient mental health treatment for individuals, groups, and families.  Services are based on clinical best practices and are engaged in ongoing quality improvement efforts.

What to Expect

As a Medical Assistant, you will be a member of a multidisciplinary team working with therapists, nurses, service coordinators, support staff, administrators, and psychiatrists. Offices are in the Mon Valley area of Pittsburgh including Homestead and Turtle Creek, PA.

Some responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Assess vital signs (i.e., blood pressure, weight, BMI) and reports to MD or RN staff.
  • Communicates with consumers, families, significant others, or service providers.  Provides supportive interventions/assistance as warranted.
  • Triage incoming adult and child outpatient phone calls.  Responds in an appropriate manner, forwards call to appropriate nursing staff.
  • Assesses the needs of persons who may become physically ill while at the agency (take vitals, reports to RN or MD), takes measures for contacting emergency 911.
  • Collaborates with pharmacies, physicians, service providers and support staff to resolve consumer medication issues. Will begin or assist in completing prior authorizations.

If this sounds like something you would be interested in, we would love to hear from you!

Position Requirements

High school diploma and Certificate of Medical Assistant (CMA) are required, or equivalent experience gained working as CNA, medical assistant.  Minimum 1 year experience.  Current Child and FBI clearances required.

Position Type(s)

Full Time (which includes a comprehensive benefits package!)

Why TCV Community Services?

  • Competitive wages
  • Comprehensive Benefits package (for eligible employees) including Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurances
  • Generous Paid Time Off & 9 Agency Paid Holidays (for eligible employees)
  • Opportunities for professional growth and development

How to Apply

You can apply to this position directly through this posting through Indeed or

TCV Community Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace.


Therapists positions are designed to provide assessment, short- term or group counseling services and/or referrals to adult and/or child victims of sexual assault, sex trafficking, and their family or caregivers, as well as maintaining required agency/client documentation and reports.

This position is required to fulfill all of the above-mentioned responsibilities at PAAR or at PAAR designated locations. This position may be required to maintain a professional working relationship with the staff of all satellite facilities.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary Range: $45,000.00 – $55,000.00 per year

Required education: Master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology, or related field from an accredited university

Required experience: Minimum four years’ experience providing assessment, individual and group counseling. Experience working with victims of trauma and sexual assault preferred

Required license or certification: Professional license or license obtained within 12 months of employment

  • PA Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or PA Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or) or PA Licensed Marriage Family Therapist (LMFT).
  • Comparable PA state approved ‘out of state license’ must be transferred to PA license within 12 months of hire at PAAR.


  • Completion of training in evidenced based, trauma specific psychotherapeutic modalities
  • Grounded in clinical practice as demonstrated by capacity to articulate theoretical and ethical orientation, practice guidelines, breadth and depth of past work with clients, familiarity and comfort with different treatment modalities
  • Completion of state mandated (40) hour victim service training
  • Awareness of issues embedded in therapeutic work which involves client/counselor relationship
  • Knowledgeable about sexual assault issues; including effects, impacts, and possible interventions
  • Knowledgeable about Telehealth and comfortable performing counseling virtually an over the telephone


  • Provide assessment and individual/group counseling and case management for adult and/or child sexual assault victims, sex trafficking victims, their families and significant others (crisis, short term, group, or alternative modalities)
  • Deliver trauma specific psychotherapy in the form of Trauma Focused – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) with children and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy with adults as needed. Additionally, employ other psychotherapeutic modalities models as determined by assessments and client needs including – art therapy, play therapy and family systems therapy
  • Work closely with Case Manager and Advocate on needs of sex trafficking victims
  • Implement assessments and outcome evaluations
  • Case Management
  • Liaise with community providers and systems who are required support services for victims

Full Time employees enjoy a comprehensive benefits package:

  • Health, Dental and Vision Insurances (UPMC Health Plan)
  • Healthcare Flexible Spending Account
  • Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
  • 10 to 25 Vacation days / year
  • 5 Personal days / year
  • 10 Paid Sick days / Year
  • 15 Paid Holidays
  • Short Term Disability
  • Long Term Disability
  • Life Insurance
  • Optional 403(b) with Employer match

DEI Imperative

PAAR seeks to recruit candidates for employment that represent our diverse community in race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, and ability. Inclusive and equitable in our recruitment and retention practices, we are dedicated to uplifting diverse opinions and backgrounds in order to grow and evolve as a welcoming workplace for all. Pittsburgh Action Against Rape is an equal opportunity employer.

Clinical Director

Our Mission is to empower girls and young women to have productive lives through holistic, gender-specific programs, education, and experiences.

Job Purpose:

The Clinical Director works across all programs and is responsible for overseeing and developing the Clinical department. Develop, plan, and implement strategies for program continuation and growth. Provide clinical training to clinical staff and interns. Incorporate Sanctuary principles and practices across the agency. Provides individual therapy, family therapy and clinical group facilitation.

Education:  Master’s degree in social work, professional counseling or related field.

License/Certification: Licensed Mental Health Professional in the Commonwealth of PA (LCSW, LPC, etc)

Minimum Requirements:

  • Three to five years clinical supervision and management of clinical teams.
  • Knowledge of inequity issues that impact girls and young women of color.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the complex issues that impact girls living in underserved, low socioeconomic areas.
  • Must have the ability to think globally, solve problems and have good decision-making skills, including critical thinking skills.
  • Ability to bill in CCBHO.
  • Experience working in crisis setting with individuals and families.
  • Ability to work flexible hours non-traditional hours.
  • Program development, evaluation, solid organizational skills, and public speaking.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.

Clearances Required:  PA Act 33 (Child Abuse) / Act 34 (Criminal History) / Federal Criminal History Record (FBI Fingerprint) / National Sex Offender Registry

Other Skills/Abilities:

  • Strong knowledge of infrastructure and operational functions with ability to leverage that knowledge for organization’s success.
  • Experience and confidence identifying and implementing evidence-based practices.
  • Ability to work in and adapt the culture of a multi-cultural, community-based organization with a commitment to maintain confidentiality.
  • Understanding of the Agency’s mission and culture and the ability to maintain appropriate boundaries with staff and clients in all circumstances

Position Summary

  • Supervise and oversee all aspects of the clinical department following the agency mission demonstrated by setting departmental goals and objectives and tenants of the Sanctuary Model.
  • Recruitment of clinical interns and maintains working relationships with colleges and universities to recruit interns.  Provide supervision, evaluation, and scheduling of paid and interns within the department.
  • Provide clinical oversite to after school program and direct service staff.  Ensure programs are operating with the best clinical practices and ensuring the overall safety and well-being of all clients.
  • Provide individual therapy, family therapy and clinical groups to participants involved in the program (maintain a certain number of billable hours as outline by CEO).  Make clinical recommendations to staff and clients for additional services as required.  Bill insurance companies for services rendered.
  • Works in collaboration with the Executive Director and other members of the administrative team on organizational projects, policies, and management-level problem resolution.  Works in collaboration with other planning and development staff regarding outcomes-based measurement, client/management information system, staff training, program evaluation and quality improvement systems.
  • Ensure Gwen’s Girl is applying the Sanctuary Models principles throughout all aspects of service delivery.
  • Regularly provide clinical training to clinical services staff and interns.
  • Recruitment of clinical interns, conduct outreach and maintain working relationships with graduate schools.
  • Maintain clinical licensure required by state.
  • Actively participates in all required team meetings, trainings, and supervisory sessions. Meets regularly with supervisor, communicates openly needs, concerns, and ideas; utilizes feedback given in supervisory sessions.
  • Performs in accordance with established system-wide competencies and receives satisfactory performance evaluations annually.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Gwen’s Girls, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer providing equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, or national origin.  This policy includes the handicapped and all Vietnam-era veterans.  Gwen’s Girls utilizes only job-related criteria in making decisions concerning applicants and employees.

Clinical Director

Position Summary: The Clinical Director provides the leadership, management and vision necessary to ensure that Your Child’s Place has the proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures, and people in place to effectively grow. The position accomplishes this through a respectful, constructive and energetic style, guided by the objectives of the agency (PathWays). This position is accountable for achieving quality patient care through appropriate leadership and utilization of human and fiscal resources. The Clinical Director serves as a liaison between Your Child’s Place and the community at large and promotes and assists with clinical marketing services to increase patient referrals and admissions.


  • Collect, assess, and record information regarding infant/child and family to identify developmental level and psychosocial needs.  Develop, update and implement individualized plan of care for each infant/child.
  • Attend all IFSP meetings.  Collaborate with Intake Coordinator/Utilization Review Specialist.
  • Audit medical records to ensure that children are receiving the prescribed PT, OT, SLP, etc. and ensure that children are receiving all appropriate EI therapies.
  • Ensure that there is effective communications with parents, regarding center operations,
    programmatic changes, and other issues.
  • Assist with insurance authorization of patients as needed.
  • Work with the VP of Child Services to manage the day to day operations of the facility, provide program analysis for the senior management with corresponding strategies to improve the overall financial health of the organization.
  • Involve the Medical Director in direct patient care issues when appropriate.
  • Complete daily assessments of child’s health status and current family issues. Collaborate with the PCP, specialty physicians, Medical Director, and other appropriate providers in the formulation of the ongoing and/or revised care plan.


  • Work with the Fund Development and Marketing Director and VP of Child Services to identify appropriate target markets to promote and market YCP.
  • Assist the VP of Child Services to create and implement a strategic plan and modify, as needed.
  • Contributes to social media outlets by commenting, sharing posts or writing articles.


  • Evaluates staff performance against job description criteria and competency assessment, providing guidance and coaching to develop each individual as well as each unit to its highest potential.
  • Works closely with Clinical Compliance/Quality Coordinator to create and communicate clinical competencies, insuring adherence to all quality and productivity standards.
  • Conducts department or supervisor meetings to promote communication, assess and resolve needs, address any and all changes to children’s medical needs/plans and foster teamwork.
  • Create, implement, and monitor a Quality Assurance Plan and provides quarterly compliance reports to the VP of Child Services and Medical Director. Ensure compliance with all regulatory agencies, supervise inspections.
  • Coordinate all Incident and Injury Reports; complaint Resolution reports, etc. Maintain and complete a monthly summary of Incident Reports.


  • Manages and oversees all clinical staff operations; manages the clinical team to ensure quality and productivity expectations.
  • Participates in the processes and decision making for all new hires, transfers, promotions, discharges, assignments, rewards and disciplinary actions.
  • Assesses training needs and promotes developmental activities for the clinical staff by collaborating with the Organizational Development team.
  • Builds positive and productive relationships with a diverse population; demonstrates cultural sensitivity and effective interpersonal skills; establishes and maintains appropriate rapport and partnerships with staff, and colleagues inside and outside the organization.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing with at least five (5) years (6,250 hours) of pediatric nursing experience.
  • A combination of experience and education will be considered dependent on approval from the PA Department of Health
  • Valid Pennsylvania RN License

Required Skills:

  • Committed to excellence, best practices, compassionate and superior customer service with every patient and co-worker.
  • Provides direction; clarifies goals and timelines; supports individual team members; fosters open communication and builds cohesive teamwork; acknowledges and values team members’ contribution
  • Well organized and detail oriented, with strong planning skills and high level of enthusiasm.

Physical Requirements:

  • Ability to lift, turn, and move objects of up to and including 30 pounds with a normal range of vision.
  • Ability to travel to other PathWays locations and event sites.
  • Ability to perform repetitious work in an office environment and use manual dexterity sufficient to operate office equipment.
  • Requires occasional sitting, running, walking, climbing, kneeling, stooping/bending, lifting, squatting, pushing, pulling, crawling, gripping, reaching over head, reaching away from body, and repetitive motion.

Other Requirements:

  • Valid driver’s license.  Must maintain driver’s license during employment.  Pathways will obtain an MVR report for each employee prior to employment and at least annually thereafter.
  • Contingent upon criminal and child clearance results. Results must be received within 45 days of employment. Must renew all required clearances every five (5) years.
  • Upon hire and every two years thereafter, submit a health assessment and results of a Mantoux Tuberculin skin test

In compliance with the American with Disabilities Act, the Employer will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified Individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective employees and incumbents to discuss potential accommodations with the Employer. EOE

Program Manager

The Program Manager (PM) will be responsible for daily management and operations, as well as direct oversight of the Clinical Staff and resident community. The PM will provide administrative/ program supervision to the program staff to ensure all services are delivered according to local, state, and federal laws and in compliance with contractual requirements. The PM is responsible for ensuring quality of care for all participants.

The position requires an individual who is flexible enough to assume a variety of roles as dictated by the changing needs of our Veterans and programs. The PM will be directly overseeing the Veterans Resource Center, Employment, and Transitional Housing programs. It is crucial that the individual be able to relate well to others and handle administrative responsibilities. As the PM, you will be required to provide supervision to the Clinical Staff at Veterans Place. The PM will be required to produce schedules, reporting, performance measures, and be heavily involved in the program operations. In addition, the PM will be responsible for and the primary liaison between Veterans Place and the Veterans Administration (GPD Liaisons). The PM will be the primary point of communication between programs and the Director of Client Services.

Vice President of Clinical Programs

CORE RESPONSIBILITIES & COMPETENCIES:  The Vice President of Clinical Programs, in conjunction with the other Vice Presidents and the CEO, is charged with pursuing program excellence in all program areas, financial stability, and maintenance of the agency mission.  The Vice President of Clinical Programs will delegate program administration to qualified staff, allowing him/her to focus on program excellence, program growth and expansion, agency visioning, and strategic planning.  Although the specific core competencies of this position may vary over time, a sufficient picture of these competencies is detailed below:


Program Excellence/Growth

  • Coaches by defining major job functions, tasks, authority, and resources for each position supervised and then demonstrating and practicing each skill set as needed.
  • Develops monitoring tools to ensure that supervisees employ the coaching and shadowing structure with their supervisees.
  • Ensures compliance for clinical standards for the implementation and maintenance of all licensure.  As necessary, delegates to supervisees the responsibility to be compliant with all state and federal regulations and Sanctuary standards.
  • Coaches and delegates to supervisees the responsibility to be continually striving for excellence in all program areas using state of the art continuous quality improvement strategies.  The Vice President will develop sufficient monitoring reports and methods to ensure consistency in quality delivery and to evaluate the effectiveness of clinical delivery.
  • Responsible to identify, screen, and assist with the development of new business/program opportunities and acquisitions.
  • Works with the CFO to develop fiscal projections for business/program opportunities.
  • Proactively works with all funders including State and Managed Care Companies to explain our approach and acquire their input enabling us to adapt to funding changes external to the agency.
  • Evaluate existing programs to ensure that they represent Glade Run’s Values and are financially viable.
  • Maintain working knowledge of program financials and work with supervisees to ensure control of budget and spending.
  • Work collaboratively with Director of Quality and Compliance to ensure that individuals’ treatment goals, service plans and outcomes meet the expectations of funders.
  • Works with CFO and Information Technology to implement and maintain Electronic Medical Records platform.

Executive Management/Leadership/Relationship Building

  • Works with the Executive Management Team (EMT) to identify priorities for strategic expansion.
    Introduces new knowledge to the team and works cooperatively with team members and other senior management to screen growth opportunities.
  • Assist in the research, development and rollout of new programs identified by the EMT.
  • Demonstrates respect for team members, including the ability to listen to and understand concerns and interests of team members and provide respectful feedback.
  • Works cooperatively with Vice Presidents, helping them achieve their goals while providing constructive feedback so that the team can achieve agency growth and excellence.
  • Works with CEO, other Vice Presidents and supervisees to maintain good customer relations by understanding customer needs, being respectful and courteous of customers, and developing customer feedback loops.

Ensure consistency and fidelity with agency values and preferred clinical approaches

  • Teach/coach Glade Run philosophy to develop individualized goals that can be generalized home to supervisees as evidenced by supervision and observation of clinical services
  • Utilize current best practice clinical approaches to coach and mentor supervisees
  • Works with Director of Professional Development to ensure that curriculum is consistent with agency values, clinical approaches and job skill sets

Support supervisees to build strong family relations

  • Ensure that strengths-needs-cultural-discovery (SNCD) is conducted and utilized with each consumer and family
  • Coordinate recruitment, hiring, and supervision of family and youth staff.
    Work collaboratively with Director of Professional Development of training to provide continuing education to family and youth staff.
  • Coach supervisees in the development of measurable approaches to build partnerships with individuals/families
  • Ensure that individuals/families have teams specific to their unique strengths and needs

Work in conjunction with contracted medical director

  • Meet monthly with contracted medical director to review overall delivery of care across the agency

Office of Developmental Programs duties

  • Support Office of Developmental Programs under Home and Community Based Services waiver compliance and provider qualification compliance.
  • Ensure quality management, incident management/risk management
  • Monitor HCSIS and PROMISe enrollment compliance, SSD maintenance, and claims management and fiscal reconciliation


  • Minimum of a Master’s degree in counseling, social work or other related human service field.  Professional licensure preferred.
  • Five to seven years of clinical experience in one of the following is required and experience in all levels of care are preferred: wraparound, family-based, outpatient or clinical educational environment required.
  • Licensure or extensive experience in working with Individuals with Developmental Disabilities is preferred due to organizations Strategic Plan.
  • Experience with managing programs for Intellectuals with Developmental Disabilities is preferred.
  • Five years supervisory experience managing in either child welfare or treatment of adults, children and families.
  • A proven track record of implementing clinical programs in all levels of care is preferred.
  • Ability to lead, motivate and coach others in a fast-paced, family-focused environment.
  • Experience working with an Electronic Medical Records (EMR) system.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Must be able to adjust hours to needs of the position.
  • Valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record.
  • Eligible for Pennsylvania State Police clearance, Pennsylvania Child Abuse History clearance and FBI clearance.
  • Must be able to identify with the Agency Mission Statement and support the agency’s Core Values.


  • Clinical based practices including DSM-IV, clinical interventions, etc.
  • Coaching practices
  • Community regulations when applicable
  • Department of Human Services regulations
  • Trauma-informed care
  • Sanctuary Model of Organizational Leadership
  • Strategic planning
  • Strengths-Needs-Cultural-Discovery (SNCD)
  • Regulations for the Office of Developmental Programs
  • Autism Interventions and Support
  • Implementation of Electronic Medical Record

Job Location:

Zelienople, PA, United States

Position Type: