• Vice President, Treatment and Recovery Services

    Job Locations US-NY-New York
    Position Number
    ICL - Executive Office
    Regular Full-Time
    FLSA Status
  • Overview

    Under the supervision of the SVP, Treatment and Recovery Services Division, the Vice President, Treatment and Recovery Services provides clinical, administrative, and financial oversight to the Clinics, PROS, and HCBS services.   The VP is responsible for establishing programmatic goals, monitoring and supporting personnel in each program, meeting quality assurance and outcome measures, and ensuring operational and financial compliance with local, State, and other rules, regulations, and guidelines.



    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty listed satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions unless this causes undue hardship to the agency.


    1. Helps create targets for census and implements and monitors marketing and outreach plan to achieve goals.

    2.  Implements and monitors systems related to clinical, operational, and billing compliance according to regulations.

    3.  Oversees hiring of program directors and indirectly oversees all program personnel . Ensures they are appropriately trained and supported to provide clinical services within ICL’s philosophy of person centered, trauma informed, integrated, and outcomes driven care. Encourages the use of evidence based practices in everyday care.

    4. Collaborates with SVP and Finance Department to create operational and financial strategic plans and manage within budgets.

    5.  Provides operational oversight and support of all programs. Continually assesses, monitors, and improves policies, procedures, and systems as needed. 

    6. Participates in external committees and conferences as required. Ensures ongoing understanding of all policies, procedures, and regulatory changes and positively represents ICL to external stakeholders. 

    7. Participates in agency committees as appropriate. 

    8. Collaborates with Corporate Office to ensure all support services are adequately provided to programs.  

    9. Performs other duties as required.


    Education: Licensed Psychologist or Licensed Social Worker (LCSW preferred) with current, valid NYS registration. A condition of continuing employment is that licensure is maintained.

    Training and Experience: 7 years minimum clinical experience and 5 years minimum progressive administrative and/or supervisory experience preferred.


    Job Knowledge: Must have a good understanding of NYS OMH, and NYCDHMH regulations. Superior written and verbal communication skills are a must. Must be comfortable with various software and technology necessary for performing duties. Successful track record of leading diverse interdisciplinary staff is essential.



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