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Senior Manager of Perinatal Behavioral Health

Clinical | St. Louis, MO | Full Time

Job Description

Title: Senior Manager of Perinatal Behavioral Health

Responsible To: Clinical Director


Reporting to the Clinical Director, the Senior Manager of Perinatal Behavioral Health will be responsible for developing and overseeing perinatal behavioral health initiatives, programs and partnerships. This clinical leadership position will be charged with the oversight Queen of Peace Center's maternity home, perinatal clinical care including outreach, engagement and treatment, and collaborative partnerships. 


Provide clinical leadership

  • Development and management of a high quality, evidence based, gender specific behavioral health treatment program and cohesive clinical team
  • Contribute to and work collaboratively on program development, evidence based practice implementation, quality improvement and staff education
  • Development and management of clinical strategic planning
  • Clinical supervision of counselors, community support specialists, doula and direct support staff
  • Along with the maternity home supervisor, provide program management and leadership of the home and program in accordance with state and federal regulations

Bring stakeholders together

  • Strategically engage and retain key perinatal behavioral health partners in collaborative initiatives
  • Ensure continuous communication with collaborative partners
  • Participate on strategically-aligned boards and community groups
  • Communicate program results to priority audiences

Manage collaborative action

  • Guide action and strategy planning conducted by initiative groups and staff
  • Be aware of and work within grant deliverables, budgets, reporting and regulations; support timely reports and effective communication with funder
  • Determine resource needs of projects and partnerships; coordinate with appropriate internal staff and external partners to secure resources
  • Oversee program delivery subcontracts/grants associated with collaborative projects

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Master's degree in social work or counseling with a license in the State of Missouri
  • Certified clinical supervisor with at least 5 years' experience in behavioral healthcare and clinical supervision
  • Program management experience
  • Clinical experience with and comprehensive understanding of perinatal behavioral healthcare
  • Proven record of accomplishment over a minimum of 7 years in program management and working with community groups
  • Ability to engage community organizations
  • Prior experience implementing public and private grant projects
  • Strong presentation and facilitation skills
  • Excellent computer skills, including internet research, databases, word processing, spreadsheets, database management software, email and web

Competencies Required

  • Strategic orientation - broad knowledge and perspective of health equity in maternal and child health and community health; future oriented
  • Interpersonal savvy - relates to all kinds of people, builds effective relationships; uses diplomacy and tact, can diffuse high tension situations, steps up to conflict, find common ground and get cooperation, listens before judging, demonstrates respect for opinion of others, keeps people informed and up to date; communicates effectively verbally and in writing in a variety of settings; manages group process
  • Partnership builder - identifies opportunities and takes action to build strategic relationships internally and externally, identifies partnership needs, exchanges information with potential partners, collaboratively determines mutual goals, facilitates partnership agreements, nurtures partnership
  • Collaborative leadership - promotes and generates cooperation among one's peers to achieve a collective outcome, fosters the development of a common vision and fully participates in creating a unified team that gets things done
  • Innovation - challenges that status quo, creates or seizes opportunities to improve effectiveness and outcomes, applies creative problem solving; takes smart risks and learns from mistakes
  • Politically astute - tactful and attentive to the perspectives and competing interests of various internal and external stakeholders
  • Planning, organizing and measuring - sets goals and measures, tracks progress, able to handle multiple activities at one time, uses resources effectively, can marshal resources to get things done, follows up to ensure results, provides sense of priorities, know how to organize people and activities; knows what to measure and how to measure it
  • Continual and active learner - grasps new information, seeks new sources of information to expand knowledge, skills and abilities, integrates knowledge into work, seeks improvement, makes complex understandable
  • Diversity - supports and promotes environment that holds opportunities for all; actively seeks opinions and ideas from people of varied background, experience, values, and enthusiastically works with all employees, partners and clients

General Understanding & Equal Opportunity Employer

This position description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within the classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to the role.

The Archdiocese of St. Louis and Queen of Peace Center are committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all persons without regard to race, color, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability, or other categories protected by laws which are not inconsistent (which do not conflict) with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.