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This senior leadership position is responsible for providing administrative oversight of the physicians and clinical oversight of the clinical program. The position provides leadership in the development and implementation of clinical policy and initiatives throughout the Department of Medical Affairs. This highly visible position requires a MD or DO degree, minimum of 5 years of experience in clinical psychiatry including inpatient care with a minimum of 2 years of administrative experience such as Psychiatric Unit Director, PA licensure, and board certification. Previous experience working with the Medical Assistance population, familiarity with MA regulations, autism expertise is preferred.


In this highly visible position, the successful candidate will provide leadership and consultation to our care management teams, review and authorize inpatient and residential level of care, participate in quality management activities, and ensure appropriate coordination of care, as needed, with physical health managed care organizations. This is a full time position at 37.5 hours per week, with a liberal benefit package including a 403(b) plan and fully paid malpractice coverage. A minimum of five (5) years experience in adult psychiatry is required, along with Board certification in general Psychiatry and an unrestricted medical license in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Some substance abuse experience required. Satisfactory completion of an ACGME accredited general psychiatry residency program. An American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology diplomate in General Psychiatry. Some experience with substance abuse required.


The Lead Evaluation Analyst leads the performance evaluation across a broad spectrum of quality issues related to HealthChoices compliance and Community Behavioral Health’s quality management program. This position provides the analytic support for Program Evaluation Performance Summary (PEPS) and other PA Department of Public Welfare quality management activities, including but not limited to root cause analysis, performance data activity reporting and clinical/cost effectiveness analysis. Qualifications: Minimum of a Masters Degree in social sciences, health sciences or similar fields required with strong quantitative training. Ph.D. preferred. Relevant Work Experience: Five years or more data and analytic experience post degree, with two years in healthcare industry (preferably managed care) or social service required; Two years or more project management experience preferred. (Salary Range: $55,840 - $67,875)


The Director of Accounting Operations manages the general ledger, payroll, accounts payable, cash management and state and regulatory financial reporting functions. Essential Functions: Monitor daily functions of the general ledger, payroll, accounts payable and cash management functions to ensure transactions are conducted in accordance with General Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and with regulatory requirements; Create and maintain accounting procedures and policies; Oversee the preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements, regulatory reports and tax returns; Monitor month and year end accounting closing functions. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, CPA required, Minimum of 8 years of experience in a senior accounting management role with people management responsibilities.


The Accountant is responsible for entering general ledger transactions, ensuring the accuracy of work papers and journal entries and assisting all other areas of the accounting department. Prepares selected journal entries and accruals, enters entries on the general ledger system, and submits entries for approval within ten days after month-end. Prepares account analysis to support assigned trial balance accounts and prepares any necessary adjustments within fifteen days after month-end. Work on special projects as directed by the Director of Accounting Operations. Files all supporting documentation, work papers and reports in sequential order by month and submits to Director for review. Prepares weekly city invoice with appropriate back up. Support Senior Accountant in maintaining fixed asset detail and depreciation schedule. Reconciles accounts to the general ledger and records adjustments and depreciation to the general ledger. Back up support for payroll processing. Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting. Familiarity with computerized accounting systems. Thorough familiarity with Microsoft Office applications. (Salary Range: $45,939 - $61,564)


The Clinical Care Manager conducts initial and concurrent reviews for behavioral health care treatment, including inpatient psychiatric treatment, inpatient substance abuse treatment, behavioral health rehabilitation services, acute partial and residential treatment; assesses for risk factors; identifies individuals requiring care management services; guides the discharge planning process with treatment providers; and coordinates continuity of care. Qualified applicants must possess Master’s Degree and/or Advance Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Rehabilitation Counseling, Psychology; or equivalent, and a minimum of three (3) years experience post-graduate experience in assessment and/or experience working with children with an autism spectrum disorder. (Salary Range: $45,939 - $61,564)



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