| Clinical Director
The Clinical Director will be responsible for the development, implementation, and oversight of all clinical services provided to survivors of human trafficking in collaboration with the Director of Programs, including trauma-informed/responsive mental health services, lived experience experts professional development, staff clinical supervision/development and external trainings. This position will play a critical role in shaping and enhancing our organization’s impact on the lives of survivors.
Ideal Team Member Profile:
The ideal candidate for this role is a dynamic individual who embodies the spirit of a go-getter and a figure-outer. They thrive in situations where they can blaze a trail, construct innovative solutions, and build new pathways. Clinical expertise is a must, reflecting a commitment to providing trauma-informed and survivor-centered care. Effective communication skills are another key attribute, as the ability to convey ideas, inspire teams, and collaborate with diverse stakeholders is essential. Additionally, the ideal candidate possesses qualities such as adaptability, excellence, empathy, and a passion for making a tangible impact on the lives of survivors. If you’re someone who embraces challenges, values innovation, and is driven to bring about positive change, this role is a perfect fit for you.
Position Status: Full-time/Exempt, 40 hours per week
Reports to: Senior Director of Operations
Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Clinical Programs Development:
Clinical Programs Leadership:
Clinical Services Management:
Compliance and Reporting:
Assessment + Evaluation:
Collaboration and Networking:
Team Management + Development:
Preferred Knowledge, Abilities + Skills:
|Saving Innocence is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and experiences who share our commitment to supporting survivors and eradicating commercial sexual exploitation.