Gateway Foundation, Inc. is a national, non-profit organization committed to serving individuals with substance use and mental health disorders. Since 1968, Gateway has continuously adapted to provide treatment to meet and exceed the needs of our patients and communities. We are dedicated to making a difference - we care about our patients, their recovery, their health and their future. Gateway employs over 1,200 people in six states, serving over 30,000 patients a year.Gateway Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Race/Color/Sex/Sexual Orientation/ Gender Identity/Religion/National Origin/Disability/Vets. Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here.
We are seeking an experienced leader to serve as the Executive Director of our Carbondale Treatment Center. This individual will provide oversight & direction to residential and outpatient programs that serve both adolescent and adult clients. The Executive Director reports to the Division President, Community Services.
In addition, the Executive Director will be responsible for:
• Leading and directing the overall provision of effective clinical and administrative services for assigned facilities.
• Developing capital and operating budgets for assigned programs, planning for short- and long-term program needs.
• Building and retaining an effective team of regular and contracted management, clinical, medical and support staff.
• Ensuring facility programs and services are in compliance with Gateway policies and procedures, contractual obligations, accreditation standards, state and federal laws.
• Promoting continuous improvement in quality and utilization of program services by reviewing standards and results achieved, initiating corrective actions and ensuring compliance with established guidelines and policies for quality assurance and utilization review.
• Researching new funding opportunities, analyzing data and preparing reports and proposals.
• Maintaining and fostering positive public relations by attending local meetings and participating in community functions.
• Is responsible for maintenance of overall physical plant, assuring facilities provide a safe, clean and aesthetically appealing environment.
• Participating on management committees to plan and develop Gateway services and to resolve operational problems.
• Enhancing business and management knowledge and expertise through appropriate educational and organizational activities.
• Master’s degree in Business, Counseling, or Healthcare Administration, or a related field
• 7 years of experience leading, directing, and evaluating program operations, preferably in a for-profit behavioral healthcare or hospital setting
• Experience with managed care treatment required
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Gateway Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer of minorities, females, individuals with a disability, and protected veterans.