P sychological A ssessment & I ntervention S ervices, Inc.
4834 MacCorkle Avenue
South Charleston, WV  25309

Clinical Director

Job Description

Position: Clinical Director


1. Bachelor’s Degree in Human Service Field.
2. At least five years of direct experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities.
3. At least one year of staff supervisory experience.

Salary Range: $40,000.00-$45,000.00

General Description:

The Clinical Director is generally responsible for the entire scope of service delivery within the assigned area. Primary responsibility is supervision of clinical services to all clients, supervising and monitoring delivery of quality services and assuring economical viability of services.


1. Hiring and clinical supervision of all QMRPs working within the area.

2. Hiring and supervision of Assistant Clinical Director/s and Operations Manager/s.

3. Coordinate services with Behavior Support Specialist and RN.

4. Assure that all services are being provided in accordance with treatment plans.

5. Assure all policies and procedures are followed.

6. Approve all disciplinary actions and terminations.

7. Attend IPP meetings as needed.

8. Attend monthly Management Team Meetings and Internal Review Committee meetings and provide required documentation.

9. Complete plans of correction for QA reviews.

10. Complete recommendations from IRC and other committees.

11. Conduct Internal Investigations for all critical incidents.

12. Review referrals and discuss issues with the Waiver Coordinator.

13. Responsible for disciplinary action with QMRPs and Assistant Clinical Director/s.

14. Complete staff performance evaluations for QMRPs/ Assistant Clinical Director/s and Operations Manger per policy requirements.

15. Review staff performance evaluations for all other staff and approve all recommended pay increases.

16. Complete Quality Assurance Reviews per policy.

17. Perform staff billing audits per policy.

18. Complete QMRP Curriculum with all new QMRPs.

19. Assure all incidents of abuse/neglect are reported appropriately.

20. All other duties as assigned by Waiver Coordinator.

21. Maintain current policy and procedure manuals in offices.


1. Overview of Developmental Disabilities
2. Principles of Normalization
3. People First Language
4. Sensitivity to participants and family concerns and needs
5. Participant Specific Training on IPP goals, objectives and programs
6. Consumer rights and confidentiality
7. Recognition and reporting abuse and neglect
8. Documentation requirements
9. MR/DD Waiver Manual
10. Positive Behavior Support
11. Nonviolent Crisis Intervention
12. All Policies and Procedures


1. Progress Notes/monthly reviews
2. Other documentation as required.

Supervisor: Waiver Coordinator

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