The Early Childhood Consultation Partnership (ECCP®) is a nationally recognized, evidence based, statewide early childhood mental health consultation program, developed to meet the social/emotional needs of children birth to five. ECCP® is designed to build the capacity of caregivers by identifying strengths and offering support, education, and consultation, which promotes the most enduring and optimal outcomes for young children. ABH ECCP subcontracts with community child behavioral health agencies throughout Connecticut for ECCP Masters level consultants.
Position summary: The Assistant Program Manager will provide administrative, clinical, and reflective supervision to Master’s level Early Childhood Mental Health Consultants working within the ECCP evidenced based model. This includes providing ongoing support to supervisees, ensuring that supervisees are following the ECCP program model and maintaining an accurate information system. The Assistant Program Manager is responsible for completing quarterly data driven performance reports for their supervisee workload and partnering with subcontracted home agency supervisors to support quality service delivery. In addition, the Assistant Program Manager will provide support and workforce development opportunities for the Consultants and work to ensure ECCP is embedded in local and state community colloboratives. The ideal candidate will demonstrate confidence related to working within evidence based model and will be able to foster the growth and development of supervisees in the field of Early childhood mental health Consultation.
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ABH® is committed to being the Employer of Choice. We were awarded one of the Best Places to Work in Connecticut in 2007 for demonstrating best practices. If your qualifications match these job requirements and you are interested in pursuing this potential position and joining a dynamic company, please apply on-line at www.abhct.com. include resume, letter of interest and salary requirements/range.
ABH® is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Qualifications: Masters in mental health, clinical license required, at least 5 years of related work experience in the field of early childhood mental health, at least 3 years of supervisory experience, excellent organizational skills and professional writing ability are a must. Bilingual candidates are a plus.
Some travel is required for this position, a valid CT driver’s license and reliable transportation is needed.
Additional Salary Information: 1 position is for an 18 month duration
ABH was founded in 1995 by behavioral health providers, ABH® has grown into a nationally recognized company with a commitment to the Northeast and a proven track record of providing and managing behavioral health care services for children, families, and adults.
Advanced Behavioral Health, Inc. (ABH®) is a non-profit behavioral health management company that specializes in administrative servic...es such as utilization management, provider network administration and claims processing, research and dissemination of best practices, health information technology, and data management.
An acknowledged leader in behavioral health management, ABH successfully collaborates with state, federal and other payers, and the provider community to deliver cost-effective, person-centered behavioral health management services for all age groups – from young children to senior citizens. ABH employs the most current utilization management and continuous quality improvement principles which contribute to successful client outcomes and reduced costs for payers