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Clinical Director

Website Mount Prospect Academy

Mount Prospect Academy

Clinical Director – Job Description

Reports to: Executive Director

Salary up to $80,000

SIGN-ON BONUS – $5,000

Come Relocate to Beautiful New Hampshire!
Multi-Bedroom Apartment Available and Access to Company Vehicle

Location: Warren, NH & Pike, NH

Company Background:

Welcome to Mount Prospect Academy (MPA), a rapidly growing alliance of nonprofit agencies founded in 1964, with the goal of helping struggling adolescents find a “zest for life” and succeed in the “business of life”.

Mount Prospect Academy has evolved to offer a variety of mental health support services to a diverse population of “hard to treat” and “difficult to place” adolescence. Our targeted services include home and community-based treatment, residential treatment programs, group homes, and special education schools. MPA is known for its ability to achieve successful outcomes with difficult-to-serve individuals throughout New England.


MPA’S mission is to provide a caring, safe therapeutic environment where students have the opportunity to grow and acquire the skills they need to reach their educational and social potential. We aim to develop trusting relationships with students and facilitate experiences that promote their ability to self-regulate; manage thoughts and feelings; and develop feelings of safety, confidence, and competency.


The Clinical Director will be responsible for clinical oversight of the residential community at our Warren, NH program and our Pike, NH campus. Specifically, the Clinical Director’s role is to provide supervision and support regarding the initial and ongoing case management/clinical process for the Milieu Clinicians and Permanency Coordinators. The Clinical Director will also work directly with residential leadership and faculty in supporting a milieu environment that is strengths based and trauma informed. The Clinical Director will continue to research current evidenced based practices to support all identified treatment and assessment options that are being provided to referred clients and families. Lastly, the Clinical Director works to train academic, clinical/permanency and residential faculty on clinical outcomes related current behavioral presentation and history. Responsible for supervising staff, providing direct care services as necessary, quality assurance of documentation, crisis intervention support, and rotating on-call duties for administrative issues and crisis response..

Provide support and supervision of program clinicians.
Develop, train and implement curriculum for therapeutic groups.
Ensure compliance with best practices, MPA policies, state and federal regulations, certifications, and individual requirements of various funding sources.
Motivate clinical team through training, observation-based feedback, guidance, and role modeling by engaging with clients in a meaningful way in individual and group settings.
Assist in the development of individual treatment plans in collaboration with program clinicians, students, their paid and natural supports, youth counselors and others.
Work to develop program staff, improve interdepartmental communication, ensure proper implementation of treatment plans and general clinical programming.
Facilitate in-service training’s with clinical personnel and staff on a regular basis to include at the time of hire, monthly, quarterly, annual and when requested.
Provides emergency on-call support and intake response services.
Responsive to staff needs and assists with developing positive team morale and culture.
Carry an active caseload of at least 2-3 clients at all times.
Works with the residential team to incorporate new & meaningful activities into daily schedules
Monitors Clinical checklists for completion of daily, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly and quarterly tasks
Meets with residential leadership (Program Manager, Assistant Manager, Team Leads) monthly to review clinical performance and provide guidance when necessary.
Provides regularly scheduled formal opportunities for professional development of staff.
Participates, trains, and supports staff in therapeutic crisis intervention
Respond to program emergencies on short notice and cover shifts in the event there are staff shortages, as well as participating in the on-call rotation.
Ensure timeliness and quality of all in-house documentation (incident reports, progress notes, and milieu reports) as well as documentation required by DHHS, DOJ, DJJ, DPD and other appropriate stakeholders.
Participates in intakes, safety and treatment planning, assists as necessary with family visits and discharges.
Provides leadership in the absence of Executive Director, Program Manager, Assistant Program Manager, Team Leads or Sr. Youth Counselors.
Works in collaboration with the residential team to ensure student success.
Works in collaboration with the School to ensure student success.
Provides formal supervision to clinical staff monthly and annually.
Use evidence-based therapeutic techniques to administer psychological assessments.
Can serve as Prescribing Practitioner per state regulation guidelines to support .
Secondary Responsibilities:
Ensures duties and responsibilities are completed in a professional manner.
Attends appropriate meetings as directed.
Performs other job-related projects and activities as requested or directed.
Maintains a safety conscious mindset.
Ensures continuous communication with students, staff and clinical supports.
Brings a positive attitude to promote strong and encouraging work environment.

Benefits (Full-time):
Health Insurance
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Retirement Plan (403B)
Life Insurance
AD & D
Comprehensive wellness initiatives
Paid time off
Employee discount program
Expense reimbursement

Additional Benefits Working with Mount Prospect Academy
Stewardship Center (Outdoor Equipment, Bike/E-Bike, Kayaks/Canoes, Snowshoes, Paintball Course, Ropes/High Ropes, Alpine and Cross-country Skis, Climbing Wall)
Daily Adventure Outings
Potential for Employee Housing
Mileage Reimbursements
24/7 Access to Company Gym/Boxing Training Gym
Potential Gym membership reimbursement at some programs (AVA)
Regular Wellness and Team Building Activities (Axe Throwing, Cookouts, Escape Room, Dinner Cruises)
Free meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Dynamic Professional Development Often
Faculty Recognition and Rewards Programs (Faculty of the Month, Bonus, Player of the Week, Longevity Awards, Faculty of the year awards)
Auto Shop, Car Repairs at Cost
Woodshop, projects built at Cost
Promote from Within
Participation with Federal Loan Reimbursement programs
Supervises: Master’s-level clinical faculty, Permanency Coordinator/Family Worker, Intake Coordinator

3-5 years of experience working with emotionally or behavioral intensive individuals.
Master’s Degree or higher in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or a related field.
Licensed in New Hampshire as a LMHC, LICSW, LMFT, Ph.D. or Psy.D.
Valid driver’s license & 21+ years of age.
Satisfactory completion of background and applicable pre-employment checks.
Application Process: By applying to the position you will let our team know you are interested. We are currently hiring, and we will reach out shortly to set up a time for an interview.

Mount Prospect Academy (MPA) assures equal opportunity and public access and, if necessary, affirmative action in all its policies regarding employment and provision of services. MPA does not discriminate in its hiring, programs or policies on the bases of race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, age, disability, sex, marital status or sexual orientation.

Mount Prospect Academy strongly recommends, but does not require, that all MPA faculty (employees) stay protected against COVID-19 by getting their primary vaccine series and stay up to date with a booster dose if they are eligible to receive one.

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