The Division Director of Clinical Services is responsible for the administrative oversight of the Health, Veterans, and Community Wellness (HVCW) Department clinical operations at Jail Health Services, Juvenile Detention Health Services, and Adult Services/Community Corrections program as well as the Wayne County Healthy Communities (WCHC) Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC's).
The Division Director of Clinical Services/Chief Executive Officer WCHC is appointed by the Wayne County Executive under the direction of Wayne County's HVCW Department.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
- Provide direction to the Correctional Healthcare Administrator of Jail Health Services to monitor and insure that HVCW maintains compliance with the court order consent decree as well as achieves and maintains National Accreditation standards (NCCHC).
- Provide direction to the Adult Services Community Corrections Administrator to monitor and insure compliance with local corrections policies, practices, community-based sanctions and services are in accordance with PA 511 and State Board priorities, as well as adherence to all applicable grant funding requirements.
- Delegate day to day operations for the clinics and provide direction to the WCHC Chief Operations Officer to monitor and insure FQHC HRSA compliance and that the clinics are operating within budget.
- Implement, monitor and oversee all applicable policies and procedures of the County of Wayne related to clinical oversight. Promote the health of Wayne County residents by developing, coordinating and maintaining a full spectrum of quality health services to Wayne County residents.
- Attend FQHC regulatory board meetings.
- Responsible for interpreting and complying with the Mission, Vision and Goals of Wayne County Healthy Communities Board of Directors.
- Ensure that the FQHC is in compliance with all applicable Federal, State and local laws as well as all Federal or private grant requirements.
- Prepare reports and make recommendation to the HVCW Director and the WCHC Board of Directors.
- Service as Point of contact for the local, state and federal agency public health emergency response activities.
- Perform duties as assigned and or as the program changes or develops.
- A Bachelor's degree in Public Health, Health Administration, Biology, Epidemiology, Microbiology or Nursing is required; a master's degree in one of the aforementioned disciplines is preferred.
- At least five (5) years of experience developing and/or implementing clinical programs, public health clinics, infection control or emergency preparedness protocols.
Salary commensurate with qualifications
Deadline to Apply: Until filled
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Wayne County is an Equal Opportunity Employer