Program Director: Merakey

This position is responsible for the overall management and success of theFamily Based Mental Health Services Division (eastern region) for MERAKEY. The Program Director will directly report to the Regional Director of Family Based Mental Health Services (FBMHS). FBMHS provides intensive individual and family therapy for children/adolescents who are at risk of being placed out of their homes; case management services; and provides documentation of treatments and psychiatric services offered.This includes financial budgeting, fundraising, staffing, human resource needs and day-to-day operations.

    • Directs, manages and monitors the Family Based staff including matters related to productivity tracking, clinical delivery of services, etc.
    • Ensures compliance with County/State regulations regarding treatment of consumers and documentation.
    • Interfaces with County and State agencies such as OMHSAS,PCFTTC, etc.
    • Resolves intra and inter-agency conflicts and problems.
    • Monitors staff intakes, treatment plans and discharges.
    • Provides clinical supervision of Family Based teams weekly.
    • Interfaces with consumers and their families.
    • Responsible for meeting budgetary requirements and implementing corrective measures to improve business operations.
    • Works collaboratively with Regional Director of FBS on all matters related to clinical and business operations including marketing activities.
    • Prepares for an actively participates in own supervision.
    • May perform other related duties, when required or assigned.

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Outpatient Program Director: Merakey

Position Details

  • Create, direct, and implement the policies and procedures for the outpatient services function.
  • Ensure a high level of quality care and services forindividualsby coordinating and communicating operational procedures to staff and various departments.
  • Monitor, evaluate, and modifies programs while adhering to company guidelines and standards.
  • Create functional strategies and specific objectives for theprogramand develops budgets/policies/procedures to support the functional infrastructure.
  • Demonstrate knowledgeand experienceof theOutpatient Servicesand solid knowledge of the overall process of a Mental Health Outpatient Clinic.


Merakey offers Medical, Dental, Vision insurance plans, competitive compensation plans, Work/Life balance, flexible schedules, cell phone discount plan, employee referral bonuses, tuition reimbursement and much more!

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Senior Director of Health and Wellness: Sister of Mercy of the Americas


The Institute of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas is an international community of Roman Catholic women who dedicate their lives to God through vows of poverty, chastity, obedience, and service. For more than 185 years, motivated by the Gospel of Jesus and inspired by the spirit of their founder Catherine McAuley, the Sisters of Mercy have responded to the continually changing needs of the times. With approximately 2,000 sisters in the Americas, they strive to make a difference in the lives of those in need in North, South, and Central America, the Caribbean, Guam, and the Philippines. This vast geography brings a richness of cultures and opportunities for service to God’s people and for sharing the mission of Mercy.

The Sisters serve in ministries founded and operated by the Sisters of Mercy and those sponsored by other groups. The unifying thread is that all Sisters of Mercy take life-long vows of poverty, chastity, obedience, and service. They are also guided by the five Critical Concerns: care for the Earth, immigration, nonviolence, racism, and women. Sustained and inspired by their relationship with God and one another, the mission of the Sisters of Mercy is to respond with vision and compassion to the needs of people who are poor, sick, and uneducated.

Background & History

In 1991, Mercy communities and individual Sisters came together to form the Institute of the Sisters of Mercy, identifying opportunities for greater collaboration, building of relationships, and options for ministry among themselves as they recognized the potential that comes from pursuing a collective course of action. This evaluation, reflection, and planning has focused on new ways to strengthen identity and mission while preserving assets and providing for meaningful ministry and retirement for members.

For the past several years, the Sisters of Mercy have been engaged in a massive process of organizational change, described as the Journey of Oneness. Through the Journey of Oneness, Sisters of Mercy have been reimagining and redesigning structures to be more supportive and responsive to their own needs as an international community. The heart of the Journey of Oneness is about sustaining the mission of Mercy into the future. The organization is led by the Institute Leadership Team (ILT) of five elected Sisters of Mercy with appointed Institute Ministers and Sisters Life Ministers. Management of key functions has been centralized.

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The Senior Director of Health & Wellness is a newly created role designed to plan, develop, and implement a common vision and strategy of health and wellness necessary to assist and support all Sisters of Mercy within the United States. Reporting to the Regional Chief Operating Officer (RCOO) and under the guidance of the Institute Leadership Team (ILT), the new Senior Director will provide oversight, management, guidance, collaboration, and facilitation for all areas of health and wellness. This role will provide direct supervision to Regional Health & Wellness Directors, creating and maintaining a health and wellness culture and developing policies and procedures that ensure quality and fairness across the Institute. The Senior Director will develop, implement, evaluate, and update the strategic plan for the overall health and wellness for the Sisters of Mercy in the US while managing all aspects of the Institute Health & Wellness care centers and budgeted resources.

The Senior Director of Health & Wellness is a hybrid role and can be located in the Institute office in Silver Spring, MD, or in an administrative office in Belmont, NC; Omaha, NE; Rochester, NY; Cumberland, RI; and Merion, PA.

Qualified candidates will have a minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible leadership experience within complex organizations in nursing, social work, gerontology, healthcare administration, or related field. The successful candidate must have the ability to identify and succinctly define problems, collect pertinent data, determine relevant analyses, and draw valid conclusions. Candidates will share a commitment to the mission and values of the Sisters of Mercy and an appreciation of the traditions and culture associated with the Mercy charism. Must have strong management skills, marked by a collaborative leadership style, a desire to innovate, and the ability to develop and mentor a staff. Master’s degree in nursing, social work, or healthcare administration required. Solid computer skills are necessary including proficiency of Microsoft Office. Must be willing and able to travel throughout the United States.
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Senior Vice President, Strategy and Mission: Living Beyond Breast Cancer

Living Beyond Breast Cancer is a national nonprofit organization with a mission to connect people impacted by breast cancer with trusted information and a community of support. With a full-time staff of over 30, a national Board of Directors and Medical Advisory Board as well as a network of volunteer leaders around the country, we are working to create a world that understands there is more than one way to have breast cancer. To fulfill our mission, we offer on-demand emotional, practical, and evidence-based content that is meaningful to those newly diagnosed, in treatment, post-treatment, and living with metastatic disease. LBBC provides education and training for health care providers who work directly with breast cancer patients. For over 30 years, LBBC has imparted wisdom and connection via conferences, webinars, a comprehensive website, publications, a peer-to-peer helpline, and more. Today, we remain committed to creating a culture of acceptance—where sharing the diversity of the lived experience of breast cancer fosters self-advocacy and hope.

We are poised to grow as we increase revenue, expand our geographic footprint, build brand recognition, and serve more people diagnosed with breast cancer and the healthcare providers and caregivers involved in their treatment and their lives. We are at the beginning of a three-year strategic plan and have several other long term organizational efforts focused on clarifying the impact LBBC seeks to make and how to measure that impact. The LBBC team – board, staff, volunteers, and funders – are passionate, collaborative, and dedicated to supporting people at a vulnerable time in their lives. We know each person’s experience with breast cancer is unique, and we are committed to supporting people in multitude ways that meet their needs.


The Senior Vice President, Strategy & Mission (SVP), is an influential, innovative, and inclusive leader who delivers on organizational goals by planning strategically, building authentic relationships, publicly representing LBBC, raising funds and coaching, mentoring, motivating, and supporting both new and seasoned staff members. This high-profile position partners with the Chief Executive Officer to ensure the success of Living Beyond Breast Cancer and thereby the hundreds of thousands of people we serve annually.

The SVP has overall strategic responsibility for programs/mission delivery; outreach to health care providers, partners, and leadership volunteers; and marketing and communications. They are responsible for raising a minimum of $2 million annually from industry partners, building and stewarding key partnerships with peer organizations, and publicly representing the organization.

In this position, the vision and strategy of LBBC are unified across departments so that we can achieve our vision of a world where no one impacted by breast cancer feels uninformed or alone. To achieve this, we need to continue expanding our footprint across the United States, serving our community with information and support that positively impacts their lives and reflects their experience with breast cancer.
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