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Regional Director


Raleigh, North Carolina, United States

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The Regional Director is responsible for the clinical management and administration of programs for Access Family Services, Inc.

 Job Responsibilities:

  • Monitors program financial reports, oversees the development and monitoring of the regional office annual budget.
  • Assures implementation of proper staffing within the regional office.
  • Monitors collection of data for review and analysis to assure positive outcome measurement for assigned clinical programs.
  • Monitors consumer’s census levels to ensure service levels are appropriate to continue long term funding strategies. Proactively implements a plan of action to address census concerns in advance of potential problems.
  • Oversight of clinical functions to include quality management and clinical supervision for the site.
  • Obtains, completes, and maintains the FCT Supervisor Certification, as well as provides supervision, as well as monitor and train the FCT team in accordance with the guidelines set by the FCT model.
  • Receive and respond to crisis call
  •  Monitors and participates on local advocacy groups, community agencies, planning bodies, local government and provider groups to evaluate impact of access, authorization processes and scope/ quality of services offered.
  • Works proactively with contract agencies and other state agencies to assure that policy and procedures will meet the needs of the LME, as well as serving as liaison with the local and state agencies to maintain positive relationships.
  • Assures appropriate communication with local advocacy groups, community agencies, referral bodies, planning bodies, provider groups, and local government to identify service needs, alleviate problem areas and to measure operational performance.


Masters level Psychologist, Social Worker, Counselor, or MFT and possess a full or provisional North Carolina license (LCSW, LCSW/A, LPC, LPCA/A, LPA, LMFT, or LMFT/A). Full licensure is preferred.


Knowledge of private/public mental health systems. Successful management experience. Ability to manage effectively during change.  Knowledge of principles, methods and techniques of efficient management including public relations, personnel Administration and sound fiscal management.  Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with agency personnel and multiple diverse stakeholder groups.  Knowledge of the North Carolina Mental Health Reform process


Full or provisional licensure with two (2) years of clinical experience and two (2) years of administrative/supervisor experience in the human services industry required. Family Centered Treatment (FCT) knowledge is desired. Applicant must have a working knowledge of fiscal and operational management in the healthcare industry.