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$90,000.00 - $120,000.00 Salary/year

Callen-Lorde is currently seeking to hire a Project Director for our Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) Program. This is an exciting opportunity to play an impactful role in the further growth of Callen-Lorde. The CCBHC will help increase access to and improve the quality of community mental health and substance use disorder treatment services. Callen-Lorde will also greatly expand capacity for the communities we serve to access mental health and substance use screening and interventions services within a team-based, primary care model. The Project Director is lead the overall design, implementation and oversight of the CCBHC Expansion program. This position will assure adherence to government funding requirements and program objectives; regulatory compliance; quality indicators; and accepted standards of care. This position will also require travel to all of our locations.

Below are a few general responsibilities of the CCBHC Project Director: 

  • Maintain responsibility for all fiscal, programmatic and administrative aspects of the CCBHC Expansion program
  • Develop annual program goals and objectives
  • Collaborate with other relevant departments to develop centralized data management tools to ensure systematized performance measurement and contract reporting
  • Responsible for accurate and timely submission of required grant reporting in compliance with all the terms and conditions of the award
  • Engage and build relationships with community partners
  • Assist in workflow redesign, facilitating the process of screenings and referrals in and from other departments, and ensuring patients receive proper follow-up care
  • Collect and analyze data related to substance use screening and care at Callen-Lorde 



Experience, Education 

  • Licensed and registered in New York State as an LMSW, LCSW, Clinical Psychologist, Psychiatrist, or Master of Public/Business Administration preferred
  • Minimum two years supervisory experience in a health care, mental health, HIV and/or social services setting
  • Demonstrated proficiency in project management, quality improvement, data reporting and budgeting
  • Demonstrated commitment to providing sensitive, culturally competent psychiatric care to LGBTQ persons and persons living with HIV, especially disenfranchised persons and persons of color
  • Commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion work, specifically with a focus on creating an anti-racist and anti-oppressive culture and work environment
  • Demonstrated commitment to collaborative, team based substance use treatment valuing the input and perspective of the full array of health professionals
  • Ability to manage multiple responsibilities and participate in multiple clinical teams
  • Demonstrated ability working with trainees and educating multidisciplinary staff is required
  • Commitment to community based health and substance use services 
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred


All full-time employees are offered a comprehensive benefits package including an exceptional no cost medical plan option for you, your domestic partner and/or your family, tuition assistance, dental insurance, vision insurance, no cost life insurance, short and long-term disability insurance, Flexible Spending Account, commuter benefits, a generous paid time off plan, and a 403B retirement savings plan. Learn more about our employee benefits

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