Executive Director, Detox (position available Mid-April)

Hygea Healthcare
Linthicum Heights, Maryland
Apr 01, 2024
Apr 06, 2024
Role Type
Position Type
Full Time
Practice Setting
Work Mode
Employment Type
Come join us as Hygea Healthcare opens our 16 bed detox facility in Linthicum, Maryland. We are currently recruiting for staff who will start mid April, with our first patients in the facility in the beginning of May. Job Summary As an Executive Director, you play a direct role in saving the lives of our patients each day by serving our residents in a safe environment promoting long-term recovery. You will lead your facility to provide the highest quality of care to our patients by adhering to the guidelines, budget, and protocols of Hygea Healthcare. You will also directly influence the community reach of the services provided by your facility. Essential Job Functions
  • Plan for and administer managerial, operational, fiscal, and reporting components of the organization.
  • Assist in the creation of all quality and performance improvement plans for patient care, staff retention, and staff performance.
  • Facilitate monthly and quarterly tracking, data collection and reporting on CARF/TJC standards that impact the organization.
  • Enforce all company policies and procedures, including patient and employee rights according to agency, state, federal and accreditation standards.
  • Ensure that all staff are assigned duties based upon education, experience and competency and job description.
  • Strong marketing and community outreach skills to develop a referral base.
  • Responsible for the direct management and oversight of all site staff, and serve as the Director of Nursing.
  • Create coverage schedules for all shifts and all positions at the facility.
Education and Experience
  • Bachelor's degree in human services field with 10 years' management experience.
  • Master's degree in a human services field with 5 years' management experience preferred.
  • Active Registered Nurse (RN) license in the state of Maryland.
  • Ability to organize organization's services with other community resources.
  • Experience administering and providing services to individuals, families, and clients.
  • Experience working with individuals suffering from mental disorders and substance abuse preferred.
  • Must maintain BLS certification and yearly PPD
  • Must demonstrate strong leadership and organizational skills.
  • Must be able to communicate effectively with peers, manager, staff, patients and their families.
  • Must have a value set consistent with a culture that is based upon respect, stewardship, connectedness, entrepreneurship, high ethical standards, and a passion to make a difference.
  • Experience with Electronic Medical Records and computer documentation systems and reporting.
  • Preferred experience managing operational budgets.