Mental Health Program Manager
Looking to make an impact? You’ve found the opportunity! At Lifewell, you’ll join a team passionate about inspiring hope, supporting better health and providing opportunities for healing to the ones we serve. Our mission drives us, and you’ll see this in our desire to help others reach a balanced mental health lifestyle. Just as much as we care for those we serve, we care for our team members and our community. We provide career growth paths to encourage personal and professional development so you can focus on what’s most important. Come alongside others to encourage self-value and hope and help lives change!
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
As Lifewell’s Program Manager you will oversee clinical activities, to ensure program services are provided in accordance with all applicable regulations and laws. By implementing clinical management policies and procedures, you will be responsible for the clinical care provided by the site, including direct treatment, rehabilitation and support services.
In this role, you will be developing and implementing programming, policies, objectives, procedures and program goals for the site. Through clinical and administrative supervision, you will serve as a mentor, coach and teacher for staff and create a climate which promotes quality treatment for each member.
Additionally, you will have the opportunity to work with multiple other programs and agencies by marketing the program to potential referral sources on a regular basis to help individuals in need. You will have the opportunity to work directly with our members and various referral sources at their greatest point of need, to get them into a program and provide the help they need to change their lives.
If you enjoy leading others through a hands-on approach and are motivated by helping our member’s live better lives, this is the career for you! Join our team at Lifewell to apply your skills to assist our members! Apply now!
Skills / Requirements
- A bachelor’s degree in the behavioral health field and a combination of education and full-time relevant experience in a behavioral health setting totaling six years; OR
- A non-behavioral health field bachelor’s degree and a combination of coursework in a field related to behavioral health and full-time relevant experience in a behavioral health setting totaling six years.
- One year of supervisory experience in a behavioral health setting.
- Preferred, but not required: Licensure issued by the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners to engage in the practice of behavioral health in Arizona at the Associate, LISAC or Independent level.
- Some assignments require an Arizona DPS Class One Fingerprint Clearance Card.
- Some assignments require a current Arizona Driver License and a current satisfactory 39-month Motor Vehicle Record (MVR).
- Must be 21 years of age.
- Background Check.
- Minimum 1 year recovery from drugs and/or alcohol.
- Minimum typing speed of 25 wpm.