Clinical Lead

  • Compensation: $100,000.00 - $120,000.00 per year
  • Required Qualifications:
  • City/State: Los Angeles, CA

Position Overview

The Clinical Team Leader is a supervisory position responsible for implementation of the coordinated specialty care model program and coordinates team activities, monitors quality assurance and supports fidelity monitoring of Felton’s early psychosis program model. Local travel between agency sites as well as direct service provision to program participants is expected. This position reports to the Clinical Program Manager.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Functions)

  • Support Clinical Program Manager in providing clinical oversight to Felton Early Psychosis Division programs on site.
  • Actively coordinate clinical meetings in compliance with program model, ensure communication is efficient and all team members are kept informed of relevant issues involving all participants and their families.
  • Provide direct services for program participants, including specialized assessments and serve as primary clinician to assigned caseload.
  • Coordinate referrals admissions, discharges and monitor caseloads.
  • In coordination with the Clinical Program Manager, review and approve clinical documentation.
  • Provide individual and group supervision to staff accruing clinical experience and hours for professional licensure (according to licensure status).
  • Maintain quality assurance standards, adherence to MediCal/MediCare, commercial insurance documentation requirements and data collection for measured outcomes.
  • Collaborate with the leadership team to implement the model in accordance with fidelity measures and strategic development plans.
  • Support team’s compliance with all research protocols and evidence-based practices fidelity measures.
  • Participate in the delivery of training and/or program presentations as assigned.
  • Actively engage in program’s outreach campaign and liaison with other Felton departments regarding media campaign, outreach materials, and facilitate community involvement and/or advocacy.
  • Contribute to all assigned committees and meetings (leadership meetings, steering committee, operations meetings, etc.) and represent Felton’s program in stakeholder, county, and other assigned meetings.
  • Attend and participate in all assigned trainings for professional, program, and agency development.
  • Additional duties as needed.