The Regional Director works with hospital and PMC leadership to implement and manage multiple intensive outpatient programs.Duties and Responsibilities
1. Directly supervises the Program Directors for their Region.
2. Works with hospital leadership to implement IOPs (Intensive Outpatient Programs) and manage multiple programs in designated region.
3. Works with PMC’s Senior Regional Director, Director of Therapeutic Services, CFO and CNO in monitoring financial accountability, ongoing financial success and implementation of new programs.
4. Responsible for implementation of all new programs assigned to designated region and continuing management of program once established.
5. Regional Director will maintain regular and positive contact with the hospital administration on existing programs.
6. Will be in contact with existing programs a minimum of weekly by phone.
7. Participate in weekly calls with the SRD and PMC leadership.
8. Will be on the site of existing PMC programs assigned a minimum of monthly unless approved by SRD.
9. Programs must meet compliance measures and regulations which will be measures by performing audits as required by the SRD.
10. Works with PMC clinical team to oversee all programs compliance, regulations and training.
11. Works as liaison between programs and PMC corporate staff and leadership team. Frist point of contact for all designated program staff to handle all needs as they arise.
12. Partners with HR for staff development including, but not limited to, coordinating training, continuing education, performance evaluations and performance improvement plans, mentoring staff to monitor development and promotion.
13. Is responsible in conjunction with HR for recruiting staff, which includes psychiatrists, licensed therapists, nurses, Program Directors, Office and Patient Coordinators and PRN staff.
14. Serves a in a leadership role when a vacancy occurs in their region until a replacement is found.
15. Partners with both PMC and the hospital’s HR manager to monitor staff development, evaluations and staffing needs.
16. Conflict resolution and problem solving skills required.
17. Partners with hospital CEOs, CFOs, CNOs and other high level decision-makers to monitor programs during implementation and ongoing operations to ensure success.
18. Works with Community Education Director and Program Directors to coordinate marketing and community education needs.
19. Holds a minimum of monthly regional calls with the Program Directors assigned to region.
20. Travel required up to 75% of the time and will include overnights.
21. Responsible for storing, caring for and keeping a car on a regular maintenance schedule.
22. Available by phone and e-mail, unless traveling prohibits, between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on regular business days.
23. Respond to e-mails and phone calls within 24 hours. Qualifications Master’s degree preferred, bachelor’s degree required.Experience: working with older adults or mental health preferred and leadership. Four to ten years of management experience is preferred.A valid, unrestricted, and insurable Driver’s License.Basic computer knowledge. Proficient in Microsoft Office especially Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point.Working conditions
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions, overnight travel is expected.Physical Requirements
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. This position required intermittent physical activity, including standing, walking, bending, kneeling, stooping and crouching as well as lifting, and traveling for hours by airplane and car.Direct Reports
This position has up to ten or more Program Directors as direct reports.BenefitsMonday through Friday scheduleNo after-hours callCompetitive salary and benefitsDiverse roles including clinical, leadership, and community liaisonMatching 401K with immediate vestingRelocation assistance consideredAbout PMC/Senior Life Solutions
Founded in 2003, Psychiatric Medical Care manages more than 65 Senior Life Solutions programs across the U.S. Senior Life Solutions is an intensive outpatient behavioral healthcare program designed to meet the needs of adults over the age of 65 who are struggling with symptoms of depression or anxiety often related to aging. Patients are offered services by an interdisciplinary team of caring, experienced, behavioral health professionals, which includes a psychiatrist, licensed therapist, and registered nurse.
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