Clinical Director for Child/Families with Addictions Program (Fort Collins/Loveland)

TITLE: Clinical Director

CLIENT: Confidential

LOCATION: Fort Collins, CO


TERM/STATUS: Full-time/Employee

SCHEDULE: Monday through Friday, 8am-5pm

COMPENSATION: The compensation package includes…

  • $80,000 – $90,000 Annual Base Salary Compensation (very flexible, open to negotiation)
  • Full Medical, Dental, and Vision Benefits
  • Covered Life Insurance
  • Retirement with Matching
  • 16 Days Paid Time Off (PTO) to start + 10 Paid Holidays
  • Excellent Opportunities for Advancement
  • Relocation Assistance Offered



The Clinical Director acts as part of our Executive Team who assists with operation and administration of programs/facility(s) to meet the behavioral health needs of our clients or consumers.  This role provides supervision to assigned mental health and substance use disorder treatment staff, plans, and assigns work, instructs and trains staff, makes hiring recommendations, etc.  As well as, assists with the implementation of program, program changes, objectives goals and standards.



  • REQUIRED: Masters (MA) Degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related field from accredited College or University
  • REQUIRED: Extensive experience in children and families with addictions
  • REQUIRED: Colorado Clinical Mental Health License (LCSW, LPC, LMFT)
  • REQUIRED: Valid Colorado driver’s license with clean driving record that meets with hiring requirements as set forth for someone that must transport clients/customers
  • REQUIRED: 5-7 years of directly relevant experience in the Mental Health Field, Substance Use Disorder field or program of application in a leadership role
  • REQUIRED: 3-5 years’ experience administrative supervisory, clinical, residential or inpatient clients; experience with mild to severe mental illness and substance use disorders.
  • Active Colorado Addiction Licensure (CAC III or LAC) preferred



  • Assures accurate records relating to service delivery, case management and program management and grant/funding requirements.
  • Gathers data and prepares a variety of reports to assist with evaluating services, capacity and in response to state inquiries or regulations.
  • Assist in outcome monitoring and program improvement
  • Develop and manage capital and operating budgets. Accountable for budget variances including development of action plan for corrections. Perform administrative duties such as recruitment and public relations.
  • Assist in community education and training regarding services, policies and procedures of the center as requested by Chief Operations Officer. Conduct facility/program tours.
  • Maintain close and cooperative relationships with community agencies and other public agencies in carrying out the mission of the organization.
  • Resolves consumer concerns or coach staff to address and resolve or propose solutions associated with consumer’s issues. Problem solves difficult clinical issues with management and implements strategy to resolve issues. Monitor and evaluate all clinical medical records for supervisees in accordance with standard policies and procedures for clinical records.
  • Communicates policy changes and inform staff of organization wide activities and events.
  • Assists with enforcement of policies and procedures related to employment laws, program guidelines, regulatory compliance and safety.
  • Collaborate with staff to improve processes and procedures.
  • Evaluate staff performance; address performance issues, resolve conduct and ethical issues; carries out disciplinary action when needed. Provide technical assistance, training and coaching in clinical and administrative areas. Continually rewards and recognizes staff and develops staff.
  • Develops and fosters team values with staff.
  • Conduct performance reviews
  • Make decisions on termination with executive management and HR approval.
  • Works with the State Office of Behavioral Health with regard to their rules and regulations and well as other regulatory/policy agencies.
  • Participates on committees (both internal and external), in meetings, and works on projects.
  • May assist with accreditation compliance
  • May assist with policy and procedure writing, report writing, & records review
  • May inventory supplies& equipment monitor petty cash and do purchasing
  • May assist with or be responsible for developing tracking a sizeable budget
  • May coordinate disaster planning and implementation.
  • My conduct outreach activities or spearhead prevention education to community
  • May participate in projects and committees as requested
  • May be called upon to occasionally make formal presentations or public speaking engagements as representation.