The Lorain County Board of Mental Health is seeking an experienced community mental health professional as Community Services Director. The person will provide leadership in ensuring the highest standards of care for the county’s comprehensive community mental health system, and will ensure that high quality, fiscally responsible, mental health services meet the needs of those in Lorain County.
Candidates must have knowledge of and experience with the continuum of community based services, public funding streams and fiscal planning, program evaluation, budgetary analysis, project management, and treatment and recovery supports for adults and children. Collaboration and team facilitation skills required. Must be an excellent verbal and written communicator and have successful experience providing administrative and clinical supervision.
Position requires a Master’s Degree in Mental Health, Social Work, Psychology or a closely related field with no less than 5 to 10 years progressively responsible clinical, supervisory and management experience in Mental Health or a closely related field.
Salary is negotiable with excellent fringe benefits. The full job description and application are available at: http://lcbmh.org/csd/
Send completed applications and résumés to Patrice McKinney at email@example.com or at 1173 North Ridge Rd. East, Suite 101, Lorain, Ohio 44055. The deadline to apply is August 17th.
The LCBMH reserves the right to extend the timeframe for the search if a desirable candidate is not found or for any other reason.
Internal Number: CMHB20180737
About Lorain County Board of Mental Health
The Lorain County Board of Mental Health (LCBMH) operates within Ohio’s public mental health system and serves the needs of Lorain county residents. A citizen-board of 18 community leaders determine which services are to be provided and funded based upon state requirements and community needs. The Board members also monitor and evaluate the delivery of these public services. The LCBMH contracts with private, not-for-profit and independent community agencies to provide an array of mental health services. Collaborative partnerships with other public agencies are also an important part of the LCBMH effort. Services include counseling, psychiatry, prevention, consultation, education, peer support, community psychiatric support services, crisis intervention, vocational training, housing development and management and vocational employment support.