Family Service Agency of SF PREP Program Manager Job in San Mateo, CA | Glassdoor

PREP Program Manager

Family Service Agency of SF – San Mateo, CA

Job Description

Program Description

Prevention and Recovery in Early Psychosis (PREP) is a program at FSA that operates in partnership with the University California, San Francisco (UCSF). This program is dedicated to early detection of psychosis and early delivery of care with a multi-disciplinary approach to treatment. The program combines a series of evidence-based treatments in Strength-based Care Management, Medication Management, Multi-family Group Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Early psychosis, Vocational rehabilitation and Cognitive Training to address the issue early and bring the symptoms to full remediation.

Job Description

This position provides clinical over site and continuity of the PREP model in San Mateo County along with providing day-to-day clinical supervision and is responsible for fidelity to the PREP model. This position is also responsible for clinical productivity, adherence to MediCal documentation requirements, quality assurance standards, adherence to policy and procedure for treatment and intake practices, and participation in program development and change. This position assumes overall clinical supervisory responsibility for the PREP program and reports to the Division Director. Also, this position is a member of the PREP Operations and Executive team to formulate and implement policies and procedures to meet PREP’s clinical objectives and quality assurance needs. Additional duties may be added.

Program Specific Responsibilities

Responsible for day-to-day clinical supervision, including clinician productivity, quality assurance standards, MediCal documentation standards,

  • Responsible for the development and implementation of clinical policy and procedure in collaboration with PREP Clinical Director & Division Director.
  • Provide clinical supervision to all staff therapists, vocational rehabilitation specialists, interns, including supervision towards licensure.
  • Collaborates with PREP Clinical Director & Division Director for all clinical hires in San Mateo County
  • Participates in the Operation and Executive meetings for San Mateo County PREP
  • Ensure that clinicians employed at FSA are compliant with all UCSF research protocol
  • Attend all clinical related meetings and adhere to all requirements set forth by San Mateo County Community Behavioral Health
  • Participate in performance evaluation of PREP clinical staff

Minimum Qualifications

A minimum of 5 years of direct service experience working with an at-risk or mentally ill population.

  • A minimum of 2 year of supervisory experience required
  • Preferably PhD/PsyD or Master’s Degree in Psychology, Social Work and current California State Licensure (licensed a minimum of 2 years and completed necessary course requirements to supervise)
  • Knowledge of San Mateo County Community Behavioral Health Services and community resources preferred
  • Knowledge of County, State and Federal requirements for documentation and reporting, including MediCal requirements
  • Knowledge of San Mateo County Community Behavioral Health Services and community resources preferred
  • Knowledge of human behavior and performance; individual differences in ability, personality, and interests; learning and motivation; psychological research methods; and the assessment and treatment of behavioral and affective disorders
  • Knowledge of DSM-IV diagnoses and principles, methods, procedures for diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of physical and mental dysfunction
  • Knowledge of CBT preferred and co-occurring substance abuse
  • Social Perceptiveness Skills; Awareness of others’ reactions and understanding why they react as they do
  • Monitoring Skills; Monitoring/Assessing performance of clients and take corrective action as needed
  • Ability to communicate information and ideas in speaking and written form so that others can clearly understand and the ability to tell when something is wrong or likely to go wrong and to problem solve effectively
  • Bilingual preferable