DESCRIPTION: Will ensure the program/activities operate as planned and services are delivered in accordance with relevant policies and IOC state regulations. When providing direct service must meet the regulations and standards required. This position involves working with individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. Roles and responsibilities include but not limited to completing community assessment to assess goals, ensure consumer receive timely continuity of care, assisting with individual service coordination and linkages, consumer advocacy, consumer psychoeducation and support services, crisis intervention services, medication education and health care monitoring and oversight services, and collaborating with legal services and court mandated mental health treatment. Provides documented clinical supervision of assigned staff. Monitors all client treatment plans and intervenes when required. Ensures that clinical charts are appropriately documented; ensures chart compliance with relevant Policies and Procedures, insurance and regulatory standards. Receives and evaluates all referrals for program eligibility. Makes hiring/termination recommendations to Program Director/Administrator, initiates disciplinary action and evaluation reviews. Assigns/directs staff as indicated. Manages PTO days and scheduling.
Master's Degree in a helping profession license preferred. One year relevant experience post Master's Degree required. Must have a current driver's license issued in the driver's state of residence. The license must be without restrictions and with all necessary endorsements appropriate to the class of vehicle being operated. Required CPR Certification, Crisis Intervention Training, computer literate, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, organizational ability, management/ leadership skills, and demonstrated clinical expertise in mental health and addictions treatment.