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Centre Roberts/Smart Centre

Director of Clinical Services (Full-time Permanent)
The Director of Clinical Services’ mission is to develop and articulate a future-oriented vision for all RSC clinical services that advances our tertiary level mental health programming, treatment and research.

This is a permanent position with a generous total rewards package of 3 weeks’ vacation in the first year, sick leave, family responsibility leave, group life/LTD/health/dental benefits and a defined contribution pension plan (HOOPP).

As a Senior Leadership team member, your responsibilities include:

  • Collaborate with the Executive Director and Senior Leadership team to realize the Centre’s Strategic Plan, Mission, and Vision.
  • Lead the clinical activities of all treatment programs to achieve evidence-based and leading outcomes.
  • Develop and implement strategies that will ensure the delivery of high quality client care, and expand programming to reflect our communities’ ethnocultural diversity.
  • Create new and advance existing academic partnerships to strengthen mental health education and research.
  • Advance and promote a practice environment and an interdisciplinary culture that is focused on high quality, safe, client-centered care, based upon an evolving body of clinical knowledge, best practices and research evidence.
  • Advocate, innovate and create models, infrastructure and relationships required for clinical leading practices for the Centre, and our partners.
  • Lead the development and implementation of clinical modalities, tools and training curriculum, and implement policies and procedures to drive forward a culture of Trauma-Informed Treatment and Care for all individuals working for and/or associated with the Centre to ensure quality and comprehensive service

Our Ideal Candidate
The right person for this job will be a compassionate leader and team player with a dedication for youth mental health who can demonstrate that they have:

  • PhD (preferred) in psychology, counseling, social work, or related field with extensive experience in the delivery of tertiary clinical services.
  • A track record of success leading within a complex clinical operation with demonstrated advanced leadership skills and training.
  • Excellent clinical supervision skills with a focus on implementation of leading/best practices, interprofessional collaboration, and quality improvement.
  • 5-10 years of progressive clinical leadership experience with proven ability to design, implement and lead clinical mental health programs to achieve optimal client outcomes.
  • Extensive healthcare sector knowledge and experience, with a strong focus on implementation of research-based evidence leading/best practices.
  • Registration to practice Psychotherapy and experience delivering treatment to youth with multiple and complex mental health and behavioural diagnoses.

Other criteria that could set a candidate apart include:

  • Bilingual in English and French
  • Proven partnerships to deliver integrated mental health programming
  • Academic affiliation

Salary: $86,760.00-$93,840.00 per year

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