Program Director - Enfield - job 1912342

Date: 05/24/2022

City: Enfield, Connecticut

Salary: $63,341 per year

Employment type: Full-time

JOB TITLE: Program Director


SCHEDULED HOURS: 40 hrs (M-F 9am-5pm)



PC#: 1658

LICENSURE: LCSW, LMFT, LADC, LPC required in state of CT

COMPENSATION: $63,341.00 min.- $95,011.00 max.

  • Actual rates are determined at the time of offer and are based off of a strict calculation process, as well as adherence to our internal equity policy. Many of our positions offer program/location differentials and/or sign-on incentives. (Please note, for part-time positions this range would be pro-rated based on hours worked)


The Community Support Program is a community based rehab model designed to assist persons with serious mental illness to live independently. Community Support Specialists provide assistance with learning skills to live independently, accessing community resources, finding appropriate and affordable housing, receipt of entitlements, linking with appropriate treatment sources, coordination of care with collateral providers, assistance with money management (including representative payee or conservatorship, if necessary) and any other goals they have for their recovery. Community Support Specialists can function as a liaison with services to the state acute care facility as well as general hospitals as necessary. Community Support Specialists attempt to teach clients the skills necessary for that individual to meet their own needs. Community Support Specialists provide advocacy services for their clients to receive appropriate clinical services, housing benefits and human rights. The Community Support Program can be time limited or long-term, based on the needs/LOCUS score of the client.


  • Directs crisis intervention efforts and intervenes as required.

  • Insures clients receive treatment services that are focused on presenting problem and clients request for service. Monitors client meetings, admission, continued stay and discharge criteria.

  • Provides clinical direction and leadership within the Team.

  • Evaluates staff and initiates and follow through on progressive discipline, if needed.

  • Insures timely completion of reports and data on performance indicators, DMHAS/DCF standards, program enrollment, incident/accidents, etc.

  • Oversees completion of chart audits and ensures needed documentation.

  • Ensures completion of insurance authorization for services rendered as necessary.

  • Responsible for hiring staff.

  • Reviews caseloads regularly to ensure appropriate utilization of services.

  • Provide on sight coverage for other programs when needed

  • Develop and executes marketing plan for program as needed

  • Attends funder meetings

  • Provides training, and case consultation.

  • On call coverage during and after program hours as assigned.

  • Ensures proper maintenance of vehicles/if applicable.

  • Participates in committees to improve agency service delivery and quality improvement.

  • Responsible for program budgets and productivity expectations


Education: Master’s in behavioral health related field.

Experience: A minimum of 3-5 years’ experience as a clinician, and 2 years of clinical supervisory experience and or management in a behavioral health setting.

Licensure/Certification/Registration: LCSW, LMFT, LPC or LADC required in state of CT.


Some of the benefits we offer to full-time staff:

  • 12 paid holidays, including a float holiday and your birthday!

  • 15 vacation days per year (subject to 6 month grace period)

  • Paid sick leave and 3 personal days

  • Competitive insurance premiums, including pet and auto insurances!

  • Flexible work environment

  • NHSC loan repayment program offered at select sites

  • And much more…!




  • Masters or better

Licenses & Certifications


  • LPC

  • LADC

  • LMFT

  • LCSW

How to apply:

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