Training Manager, Clinical Programs
Silver Spring, MD Stamford, CT
As a Member of the Clinical Programs Team, You Will:
Manage the development and implementation of the clinical and health systems training under the direction of the Director of Clinical Practice & Training, Clinical Programs. Responsibilities of the Training Manager include, but are not limited to:
- Assist in the development of a process to utilize the learning management system as a means of tracking training compliance
- Coordinate with clinics and subcontractors to manage and monitor employee participation and completion of training programs.
- Coordinate the development of original training content in the learning management system
Clinical Training Program:
- Support clinic leadership in developing strategic plans to train staff to meet client needs
- Provide technological and facilitation support for training activities
- Coordinate and facilitate monthly clinical webinar programing
- Manage contracted training consultants
- Assist in the production of online and live clinical training courses
- Manage enrollments and registration for all CVN training activities
- Provide tracking and clinic-based support for training guideline implementation
- Produces routine reports on training compliance across the network
- Assist in ongoing quality improvement activities as it relates to network-wide training
- Coordinate with Director of Training and Practice, Clinical Programs, to ensure accurate reporting on training programs and outcomes
- Manage applications, credentialing and audit requirements for ongoing continuing education credits through credentialing bodies
- Manage provision of continuing education credits across the network
- Utilizes training portal to generate cross network interest in training activities
Cohen Scholars Program
- Assist in the management of the clinic-based training opportunities for interns
- Assist in development of school-based partners for both clinic and central office internship opportunities
- Audit internship standards network-wide
- Document and evaluate projects thoroughly
- Work with CVN leadership to continuously evaluate and prioritize project list to align with strategic goals
- Complete projects on or ahead of time
- Demonstrate excellent ability to shift between unique and different projects seamlessly
To Succeed in This Role, You Must Embody:
- A team player, but also someone who can successfully complete tasks individually. You can consistently complete daily tasks and handle projects with minimal supervision.
- A strong ability to cope with change. You think about problems and tasks in novel, creative ways when circumstances unexpectedly change.
- An eye for detail. You notice small, but important things, which other people might not notice.
- An ability to adapt. You display confidence in your expertise but you also are flexible in your approach in a rapidly changing environment.
- Thirst for knowledge. You are eager to learn and stay abreast of the cutting edge developments in your field.
- Visionary view on challenges and solutions. You are willing to be a part of a small, dynamic, and innovative team while contributing your voice to all aspects of the CVN and its growth.
- Masters preferred in Social Work, Psychology or other related counseling field
- Experience providing mental health care, and specifically evidence-based practices preferred
- Strong interpersonal skills including demonstrated ability to work co-operatively as a member of a team.
- Excellent ability to multitask and manage multiple, complex projects simultaneously
- Experience coordinating and facilitating effective meetings and/or learning sessions.
- Demonstrated ability to organize and prioritize work and complete tasks within timelines.
- Outstanding written communication skills
- Some travel to clinic locations and national conferences will be required
- Some evening hours required
- Veteran or military spouse strongly preferred
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