We are looking for a Clinical Manager to people manage the providers in our Provider group, Wellround. After a year in this role, you will have supported a large cohort of providers through career development, clinical consultation and quality improvement. We're excited about candidates from all backgrounds who are passionate about our mission to make mental healthcare accessible and available to all young adults in the U.S.

About the Role

The Clinical Manager will:

  • Report to the Executive Director of Therapy
  • Manage a cohort of providers being the main point of contact for clinical questions, career development, and caseload management
  • Collaborate across teams to improve clinical quality and workflows
  • Provide clinical support and coverage in emergency situations
  • Participate in provider interviewing and onboarding and support provider engagement
  • Create and modify clinical protocols

About You

  • 10 + years of experience of practicing high quality mental health counseling and psychotherapy
  • 3+ of years of experience directly managing clinicians in a hospital, schools counseling center, or virtual telehealth environment
  • Hold an independent, unrestricted licensure to practice counseling and/or psychotherapy (state equivalent of LCSW, LPC, LMFT, Licensed Psychologist etc.)
  • Experiences using data to ensure clinical quality assurance
  • Empathy for provider experience

About Us

Wellround Provider Group works exclusively with Mantra Health, a telemental health company. We've built a comprehensive treatment service for young adults with various mental health conditions, offering psychotherapy & psychiatry evaluations (if needed) and ongoing care by thoughtfully combining people, technology, and data. Mantra is founded by a Columbia University psychiatrist (Dr. Ravi Shah) and two former startup operators and venture capitalists. Wellround’s Medical Director is a psychiatrist who previously worked at both Colorado State University and Michigan State University (Dr. Nora Feldpausch).

Our Benefits

Each full-time employee at Wellround enjoys:

  • The ability to work remotely
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • 10 - 20 days PTO
  • Inclusive parental leave
  • 401k
  • Free Telehealth-specific medical malpractice insurance
  • Case conferences with our Medical Director, Dr. Nora Feldpausch

 

The salary range for this position is $80,000 - $85,000

Wellround Provider Group is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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