The County of Riverside’s Riverside University Health System - Behavioral Health Department is currently seeking a Mental Health Services Administrator (MHSA) to provide the full scope of administrative and operational oversight for Mid-County Adult Behavioral Health. The incumbent will provide oversight for the Lake Elsinore, Hemet, Temecula, and Perris Adult Behavioral Health clinics. The position will collaborate with Community Providers, organizations and Stakeholders to ensure community needs are met. The Administrator assists in the coordination and facilitation of the Adult System of Care Committee and Mid-County Regional Behavioral Health Advisory Board. They will also attend routine Regional Administrator, Director, Managers/Administrators meetings as well as the Behavioral Health Commission meetings. The Administrator will be responsible for managing the workforce, staffing, recruitment and oversight of the Supervisory staff. The incumbent will monitor quality and utilization of clinic programs to ensure they are operating optimally. The position will report directly to the Adult Deputy Director.
The Mental Health Services Administrator plans, organizes and manages 100 or more employees through six or more subordinate supervisors and performs 1) the full scope of administrative and operational responsibilities for a large, regional, mental health program responsible a) for adults and children within an assigned geographic area or b) for a comprehensive multiple component, mental health program for adults or children; or 2) develops, implements, administers, and maintains the standards for treatment and services of the largest, most comprehensive, mental health programs with Department-wide responsibilities. Incumbents receive program and policy direction from the Deputy Director, Mental Health Services or higher level class while clinical direction is received from the Program Chief, Mental Health Services. The Mental Health Services Manager is distinguished from the Mental Health Services Administrator in that the latter plans, organizes and manages mental health services for a specialized population or a program unit through five or less subordinate supervisors and a team of less than 100 employees. This class is distinguished from the next higher level class of Deputy Director, Mental Health Services in that the latter provides administrative and program direction to subordinate managers and assists senior management in department-wide program planning and policy formulation.
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