Clinical Director - Substance Abuse Treatment

Position opening for a Clinical Director with a broad knowledge of mental health and substance abuse with a passion for excellent customer service.  The Clinical Director will lead/supervise a clinical team responsible for both inpatient and outpatient care delivery.

Clinical Director must be knowledgeable about addiction as a disease; Code of Ethics, Management, training and supervision techniques; Federal, state and local laws/standards; Best practice and evidence based models.


  • Oversee the implementation and delivery of services by clinical staff. The position is required to develop/enhance clinical programming that meets the unique needs of the client population with fidelity to established models.

  • Use evidence-based models to drive program development, implementation and assure fidelity to best practice.

  • Work with the Associate Director on initiatives for effective clinical services.

  • Enhance collaboration and cooperation between service lines to ensure service integration.

  • Provide clinical supervision to direct service staff by assuring that training and supervision occur.

  • Accurately assess and meet clinical training and supervision needs by using program data and best practices.

  • Foster teamwork and a positive work environment.

  • Prepare and participate in audits, peer reviews, and agency Continuous Quality Improvement initiatives.

  • Perform case review and diagnosis within scope of license.

  • Oversee clinical record management according to agency practice; prepare and/or audit reports utilizing Agency electronic clinical documentation system.


  • Master's or LCSW

  • Active Maryland licensure

  • Both clinical and supervisory experience

  • Substance Abuse treatment experience: 2 years or more

  • Residential treatment experience is a plus

  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written

  • Must be computer literate

Salary: $90,000-$120,000

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