The primary purpose of the Program Coordinator position is to provide day-to-day clinical and administrative supervision to program staff. Monitors staff to assure that high quality case management services are provided to individuals with criminal justice involvement and a history of opioid abuse.
Among the key duties of this position are the following:
- Supervises staff on a daily basis, providing administrative direction, and clinical oversight.
- Provides staff with direction regarding interventions and recovery supports through individual supervision, group supervision, team meetings, and case conferences.
- Facilitates assessment and subsequent assignment of referrals.
- Monitors staff compliance with all assessments and documentation requirements assuring compliance on a consistent basis, as monitored through documentation reports, supervisory tools and chart review.
- Reviews all program documentation to include assessment, recovery plans and progress notes to ensure quality and timeliness.
- Meets individually with assigned staff to review performance goals, compliance with mandatory continuing education requirements, monitor productivity and documentation.
- Participates in weekly team meetings to review cases, communicate supervisory updates, and program developments.
- Regularly attends and participates in in-service meetings and other designated training events that will enhance clinical skills and maintain best practices.