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Newport Healthcare is a nationwide behavioral healthcare organization dedicated to transforming young lives through evidence-based care. To that end, we have assembled the best teen and young adult mental health treatment staff in the country, and we want you to join us. While our experts guide our clients to sustainable healing, our job is to support our valued staff members, and we do that through offering industry-competitive salaries, career growth and skills expansion, student loan repayment and tuition reimbursement, and a company commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, among other advantages. Be part of a team that’s dedicated to providing compassionate care based in authentic connection, mutual respect, and unconditional love—and experience the rewards of making a difference in the lives of young people and their families each and every day.

Empowering Lives. Restoring Families


The Clinical Compliance Project Specialist supports the Chief Clinical Officer and National Director of Compliance in the opening of new programs, special projects, and organizational initiatives to ensure compliance with safety, quality, and fidelity to the Newport Healthcare brand. Coordinates schedule, promotion, registration, and logistics of Clinical New Hire Orientations and Clinical Training Program. Supports quality assurance efforts with periodic medical chart audits, clinical program schedule reviews, etc. Manages shared calendars, travel plans, and expense reporting for Chief Clinical Officer, National Director of Compliance and their respective teams.

Essential Duties

  • Support new program openings with the ordering of equipment and supplies and printing of manuals and materials.
  • Support with the completion of licensing applications and collection of materials needed for submission.
  • Respond in a timely manner to requests for materials, manuals, and inquiries.
  • Collaborate with program clinical leadership to identify newly hired clinicians, schedule trainers, create monthly clinical New Hire Orientation schedule, email invite reminders, and manage access and technological issues.
  • Coordinate clinical training schedule with on-staff trainers and external subject matter experts in each of Newport Healthcare’s primary therapeutic modalities. Develop annual clinical training calendar, update as needed, and prepare training announcement emails.
  • Track training participant registration, manage logistics, and expense reporting with submission of invoices to accounts payable.
  • Research local community resources and law enforcement, emergency responders and services in new markets.
  • Query local colleges and universities for approved practicum and internship site opportunities. Coordinate school contracts, clinical supervisor assignments, regulatory board requirements, and documentation for trainees, interns, and associates.
  • Conducts audits of medical charts to ensure compliance with treatment services meet medical necessity and payer requirements; or in response to program incidents, parent, or referent complaints.
  • Conduct quality assurance review of all residential clinical program schedules.
  • Maintain the Clinical Microsoft Teams site, by granting access, uploading resources, and monitoring for standardized materials across programs.
  • Manage the approval process for proposed group curriculum, program variations, and training requests.
  • Manage program coverage calendar to ensure consistent onsite support in new programs with minimal overlap or gaps, informing local leadership of coverage plans.
  • Coordinate calendar, travel plans, and expense reporting for Chief Clinical Officer, National Director of Compliance, and their respective teams as needed.
  • Supports the Chief Clinical Officer, National Director of Compliance and their respective teams with special projects as needed.
  • Position may work remotely, providing virtual services, in compliance with Newport Healthcare’s virtual best-practices.
  • Travel required for annual quality assurance efforts, with potential need for additional travel to support new program openings.
  • Requires alignment with Newport Healthcare’s mission, vision and core values, a commitment to uphold the organization’s standard of excellence and willingness to learn.


  • High school diploma required; Bachelor’s Degree in a clinical or business-related discipline preferred.
  • A minimum of two years’ experience in a clinical, compliance or administrative related position in the behavioral healthcare industry.

Newport Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Newport Healthcare provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.

Newport Healthcare is committed to ensuring equal employment opportunity, including providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with a disability. Applicants with a physical or mental disability who require a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process please email [email protected] for assistance.

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Company: Newport Healthcare

Vacancy Type: Full-time · Entry level 

Job Location: United States

Application Deadline: N/A

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