To provide oversight andprogram management of our Residential Program in Sabah, Malaysia.
» Develop short and
» Ensure that a therapeutic environment conducive to recovery and sustainable success is maintained.
» Develop and update, as needed, program procedures and policies.
» Oversee planning, delivery
» Make changes as needed to keep the services competitive and compliant based on best practices and changing innovations.
» Establish the utilization of therapeutic outcome measures relevant to the population served which will assist in identification of appropriate curriculum and best practices.
» Collaborate with the clinical leadership in designing solutions for service challenges or gaps related to the population served.
» Analyze budgets and make recommendations to maintain program efficiency without compromise on quality.
» Participate in clinical supervision, treatment team, management, organizational and cross departmental teams as required.
» Responsible for hiring, training, performance evaluation, compliance, timekeeping, discipline and termination for onsite staff.
» Monitor and enforce therapist productivity to ensure compliance with agency documentation and utilization standards.
» Oversee and provide clinical and/or programmatic supervision for the administrative assistant, counselors and residential facility director.
» Also available to residential support staff as/if needed.
» Represent Solace Asia at committees,
» Coordinate intern activities and other assigned tasks as needed.
» Maintain privileging and credentialing requirements and pursue professional development opportunities as appropriate.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
» Fluency in English, both oral and written communications
» Excellent interpersonal and strong leadership skills
» Computer skills (MS Office programs)
Education and Experience:
» Minimum requirement: Masters Degree in Psychology or equivalent. PHD in Psychology will be an added advantage.
» At least 5 years of experience in Addiction Treatment Management/CBT/DBT/Co Morbid DisordersCo Morbid Disorders