Division Director of Clinical Services
POSITION TITLE: Division Director of Clinical Services
POSITION CONCEPT: The Division Director of Clinical Services will be responsible for the day to day supervision of service delivery for agency wide clinical services including Foothills Clinic, Applied Behavioral Specialists, Health Services Specialists (Registered Nurses), and LPNs. This includes regulatory compliance, fiscal viability and ensuring policy and procedures are followed and quality assurance related to medical and clinical issues are addressed.
POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: The Division Director of Clinical Services shall have a Masters Degree in an appropriate area and one year of supervisory experience with increasing responsibilities in a clinic setting serving persons with developmental disabilities. Or a Bachelors Degree and five years of supervisory experience with increasing responsibilities in a clinic setting serving persons with developmental disabilities Or a Registered Nurse with a minimum of five years of experience in an OPWDD nursing setting and 3 years of supervisory experience.
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Who We Are…
In 1963, CWI began as Community Workshop, Inc. serving a humble contingent of six community individuals in a sheltered employment setting. Fifty years later, CWI has changed its name to Community, Work and Independence, Inc. to better reflect the range of programs and services offered. Today CWI assists 1,200 individuals at nearly 40 locations across four counties. In addition, the not-for-profit organization has grown to become one of the largest employers in the area with over 700 employees and an annual operating budget of nearly $30 million resulting in a substantial impact on the region’s economy.
CWI has worked to bring about positive change and hope for many. A cornerstone in communities across the four-county region, CWI has transformed the lives of numerous individuals with disabilities and other barriers. CWI offers a myriad of services to meet the needs of people who are developmentally and learning disabled, medically frail, brain injured, economically disadvantaged and individuals with other challenges. CWI supports these individuals who strive to be productive and meaningful members of their local community by building a foundation which allows individuals to springboard toward a higher level of independence. Independence may equate to CWI helping individuals find and sustain employment, become involved with volunteer opportunities, partake in recreational opportunities, learn independent living skills, and promote self-advocacy, to name a few.