Coordinator Of Rehabilitation Services Job Description Sample
Office Coordinator I (Full Time) - Mental Health Rehabilitation Center 103
Founded in 1965 Telecare is a rapidly growing mental health care company dedicated to making a difference for our clients, the community, and our employees. We offer an array of mental health services to individuals with serious mental illness. We partner with public sector entities and behavioral health organizations and have over 122 programs and over 3,680 employees across the country. And we're growing all the time! When you work at Telecare, you help to empower thousands of individuals every day in their journeys of recovery.
As part of Telecare family, Villa Fairmont MHRC is a 96 bed licensed Mental Health Rehabilitation Center. This program serves adults between the ages of 18-65.
Employment Status: Full Time
The Office Coordinator I works on a variety of administrative tasks and financial operations functions to support business operations.
High School or GED
One (1) year of administration experience
Knowledgeable and proficient in MS Office programs
Experienced entering data into computer systems
Must be at least 18 years of age
All opportunities at Telecare are contingent upon successful completion and receipt of acceptable results of the applicable post-offer physical examination, 2-step PPD test for tuberculosis, acceptable criminal background clearances, excluded party sanctions, and degree or license verification. If the position requires driving, valid driver's license, a motor vehicle clearance and proof of auto insurance is required at time of employment and must be maintained throughout employment. Additional regulatory, contractual or local requirements may apply
Two (2) years of administration experience
Experience in the Healthcare field
- Demonstrates the Telecare mission, purpose, values, and beliefs in everyday language and contact with the internal and external stakeholders
Finance Driven Job duties:
Facilitates Rep Payee services
Facilitates Trust Banking services
Prepares and validates payroll
Enters AP batches weekly into accounting software
Monitors client eligibility at admission/enrollment and throughout stay
Prepares and reviews credit card entries
Provides and maintains revenue information; provides billing information to A/R department and County agencies
Records and deposits cash receipts
Determines monthly journal entries required and confirm correct information is on reports
Organizes, secures, and maintains all files, records, cash, cash dispensing and cash equivalents in accordance with policies and procedures
Medical Records Driven Job duties:
Basic chart preparation and following checklists for charts to assure compliance with standards (notes deficiencies)
Orders medical records forms and supplies
Safeguards confidential information per policies and requirements
Human Resources Driven job duties:
Maintains personnel files per standard and checklist
Distributes HR information to program personnel as directed by Corporate HR
Assists in promoting open positions
Schedules Interviews, prescreens potential candidates, checks references, schedules physicals, creates conditional offer packets and coordinates the conditional offer process
Tracks new hire paperwork and documentation including credentialing
Enters information into TOP/Relias
Runs and tracks MVR reports
Processes Shoes for crew's orders
Maintains OSHA logs and completes Workers' Compensation Reports, completes incident reports. Participates and helps coordinate Safety Meetings
Closeout terminated files
Information Technology driven job Duties:
Acts as point of contact between the program and IT for maintenance of phones, computers, hardware, and software
Provides limited computer systems support to staff
Program/Department driven job duties:
Assist with staff scheduling
Order supplies (food, office, maintenance)
Assist with events
Prepares correspondence, agendas, meeting minutes/notes
Assists leadership with special projects
May serve as a relief or back up for the receptionist or other Administrative positions
Calendars administrative tasks including MOU expirations, safety meetings, drills, etc.
Helps coordinate and address maintenance requests
Helps facilitate staff scheduling
Duties and responsibilities may be added, deleted and/or changed at the discretion of management.
- Analytical and problem-solving skills
The physical demands here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, reach, twist, bend, squat, kneel and lift and carry items weighing 25 pounds or less as well as to frequently sit, and do simple grasping occasionally. The position requires manual deviation, repetition, and dexterity and to occasionally drive. Visual requirements include computers and books exposure and close eye work (small figures)
EOE AA M/F/V/Disability
Rehabilitation Services Associate
Nature of Work
Under the direct supervision of an office manager, the incumbent will function as a paraprofessional in providing assistance to counseling and supervisory staff. Duties will include but are not limited to: assisting counselors for general and school territories through a variety of casework and direct services to clients that may involve developing new referrals, orientation of prospective clients and conveying client's rights and responsibilities, facilitation of intakes, arrange medical and vocational evaluations at the direction of the counselor of record, service coordination including employment services, job placement assistance and follow-up and assisting with client contacts.
Perform fiscal and/or clerical duties as assigned to ensure the efficient operation of the office. The individual will be responsible for conveying information regarding rehabilitation services and the process to the public and/or applicants to promote the agency. Frequent travel may be required throughout surrounding areas to meet with clients and for public presentations. Performs related work as required.
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Graduation from a standard high school or the equivalent.
Four years of full-time or equivalent part-time paid experience in paraprofessional or responsible clerical office support work which required familiarity with casework procedures and delivery of direct client services in a state vocational rehabilitation services agency; OR Four years of full-time or equivalent part-time paid experience in paraprofessional or responsible clerical office support work at a level consistent with the work performed by Office Assistant 3 which required application of state and federal laws and/or guidelines.
Substitution: Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited four-year college or university may be substituted for the required experience.
Special Requirement: A valid driver's license is required.
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Coordinated Services Rehabilitation Worker
Under general supervision, the Coordinated Services Rehabilitation Worker provides and coordinates person-centered treatment, recovery and/or support services to assigned clients in behavioral health and long-term support programs designed to assist in maintaining the highest level of independence in the community. These programs consist of the Comprehensive Community Support Program (CCS), Coordinated Services Team (CST), Community Support Program (CSP) and Children's Long-Term Support Medicaid Waiver Program (CLTS). The Coordinated Services Rehabilitation Worker is responsible for developing and implementing person-centered service plans, including assisting assigned individuals in accessing (and transporting to) community services, jobs, programs, and events, and integrating them individually or in small groups into the fabric of community life. The Coordinated Services Rehabilitation Worker is responsible for developing supportive relationships with youth and adults who need additional support due to challenges at home, school, or in the community. The Rehabilitation Worker assists the consumer in learning those skills required to develop or increase independence and self-determination. The work is performed under the direction of the Coordinated Services Manager and/or Supervisor.
Examples of Duties
The following duties are illustrative, and the person holding this position may be required to perform other duties of a similar nature or otherwise related to the position.
The Rehabilitation Worker is assigned youth and adults who are in need of comprehensive services provided by the coordinated services programs. (CCS, CST, CLTS, CSP) May serve youth or adults who have entered or are at risk of entering the youth justice system or at risk of experiencing inpatient hospitalization, have mental health needs, behavioral challenges, or are being served through Child Protective Services, Behavioral Health Services, or Coordinated Services Division.
Model positive interactions through various experiences addressing areas in the youth or adult's life that are identified as challenges by using a trauma-informed care approach.
Promote strength-based activities to build skills, further community/family relationships and create a safe and respectful environment.
Work flexible hours to meet with children and families. Hours are often in the afternoon and evening to accommodate school schedules and/or work schedules. Schedule is based on availability of the families.
Travel throughout the county to meet with youth or adults in their community and in their homes.
Collaborate with families, school personnel, mental health professionals, and service facilitators to help develop goals and address the needs on the recovery plans.
Utilize de-escalation techniques to manage stressful situations as they arise.
Document all face-to-face and collateral contacts through case notes.
Advocate and support the child or adult in daily living which includes but is not limited to, independent living skills, court appearances, collaborative team meetings, and school meetings.
Expected to engage in scheduled reflective supervision by Manager and/or Supervisor.
Responsible for the strict maintenance of consumer confidentiality. Assures that records which contain consumer names are not visible to the public during office hours and are stored securely during non-office hours. Does not discuss consumer cases or other confidential agency information with anyone ( including other, non-involved Department staff, consumers' family members or other collaterals, or members of the public) at any time, unless there is a specific need to know and a signed authorization to release information(as appropriate). Does not discuss consumer cases or confidential agency information with members of the general public, including family members.
Responsible for making suggestions to improve program operations, existing service delivery systems, service selection and coordination. Responsible for identifying problems and barriers and recommending appropriate solutions within the context of the goals, objectives, and constraints of the Department. Responsible for contributing to a productive, harmonious, and cooperative work environment.
Consults with other professional staff within the agency (e.g. Coordinated Services Manager, Director, Behavioral Health Services Manager, Children and Family Services Manager, other agency staff) in implementing day-to-day decisions made with or on behalf of assigned consumers.
May serve as point of contact for the Health & Human Services Department relative to assigned external agencies, programs, or services. As assigned, may represent the Department at professional meetings, community events, etc.
Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Director or supervisor for this position.
Requires a Bachelor's degree in vocational rehabilitation, psychology, social work, or related field from an accredited college or university. In lieu of degree, equivalent course work and/or direct client service experience will be considered.
Requires working knowledge of the principles of community integration, alternative housing and community support.
Requires excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to interact effectively with consumers, their families, other agencies, the court system, and members of the general public. Requires excellent analytical, problem-solving, and organizational abilities.
Requires attention to detail, the ability to meet deadlines, and punctuality in completing treatment plans, mandated forms, etc.
Requires working knowledge of the principles of community integration, least restrictive environments, targeted case management programs and CCS programs.
Knowledge and understanding of Trauma Informed Care practices and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE's).
One year of experience working with specified target groups (e.g. children with disabilities, elderly, adults with developmental and physical disabilities and children and adults with mental health needs, etc.) is required.
Requires outstanding interpersonal and leadership skills, problem – solving and organizational abilities, as well as the ability to work harmoniously, constructively, and cooperatively with other professionals, consumers and their families, community service providers, members of the general public, etc. Requires a solution-oriented approach and the ability to generate creative helpful solutions to problems. Requires the ability to follow directions, apply fairly appropriate agency policies, complete projects in a timely manner, and work cooperatively with others.
Requires superior writing skills, and the ability to compose a variety of complex and sophisticated professional documents, assessments and reports.
Requires the ability to learn, comprehend, retain and apply information regarding available community residential, recreational, and support resources, as well as the regulations governing applicable state and federal entitlement programs.
Requires the ability to work with minimal supervision in a fast-paced and stressful environment focusing on consumer treatment and recovery.
Requires the ability to maintain the confidentiality of consumer, staff, and agency information.
Requires the flexibility to work a varied schedule, depending upon the needs of the clinic and consumers served.
Applicants must pass background checks conducted by the Wisconsin Department of Justice and the Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services.
Must possess a current Wisconsin Driver's license, automobile, and automobile insurance as required by Wisconsin State law. Additional Information
Must be able to communicate, to hear and comprehend verbal communications, to monitor visually program participants (including their whereabouts, the quality of their production, cleanliness of their persons and environments, their social and work behaviors, etc).
Must be able to work outdoors part of the time and to withstand at times severe environment factors encountered in operating a vehicle.
Must be able to travel independently to various locations. Must be physically able to operate agency vehicles, including wheelchair lifts. The ability to climb stairs or ladders may be required.
Must be able to tolerate the stresses associated with deadlines, customer service, and quality enhancement. Must be able to retain professionalism and equanimity in situations involving agitated consumers or other involved parties. Must be able to work as a cooperative member of a team, in support of consumer-and agency-related goals.
Probability of exposure to blood-borne pathogens is considered low (but may vary as a function of consumers involved).
Utilization Review Coordinator - Carolinas Rehabilitation
Job Req ID: 201227
Position Number: 00021128
Employment Type: Full Time
Standard Hours: 40.00
Department Name: Rehab Utilization & Compliance
Location: Carolinas Rehabilitation Main
Location Details: 1100 Blythe Blvd.
Carolinas HealthCare System is Atrium Health. Our mission remains the same: to improve health, elevate hope and advance healing - for all.
The name Atrium Health allows us to grow beyond our current walls and geographical borders to impact as many lives as possible and deliver solutions that help communities thrive. For more information, please visit carolinashealthcare.org/AtriumHealth
Assists and collaborates with Outcomes Managers/Care Coordinators (OM/CCC) in providing specific clinical information that meets expectations of third party payors; responsible for timely provision/flow of clinical information to/from third party payor and OM/CCC to ensure certification/approval of inpatient services. Provides clinical expertise/knowledge support to the payor specialists' and reviews clinical information prior to sending to payor as needed to ensure information meets acute clinical care guidelines as determined by Clinical Care Management.
- This position may require travel to other inpatient rehab sites such as CR Mt. Holly, CR Northeast, and Pineville Rehabilitation Hospital.
Identifies clinical, financial and psychosocial needs of patients/families and provides leadership and guidance to the multidisciplinary team to develop an individualized plan of care.
Coordinates appeals when NC Medicaid cases are denied with the DHS Hearing Officer.
Ensures that essential information and necessary forms are forwarded to the Medical Audit and Appeals Department of CHS.
Performs admission and concurrent reviews.
Applies clinical guidelines during Admission and Concurrent reviews and identifies potential third party denials. Works with multidisciplinary team to identify and implement alternative plans of care.
Refers pertinent information to the Medical Director, and/or Service Director in a timely manner.
Collaborates on a daily basis with the physician to plan and implement the medical and multidisciplinary plan of care, utilizing clinical pathways when appropriate and available.
Works with team members and CMC-R administration to identify problem areas and implement resolutions.
Develops and maintains accurate case records of assigned cases. Documents in the patient's medical record according to department and facility standards.
Works in an office setting, extensive walking throughout the facility. Prolonged periods of sitting reviewing medical records and documentation.
Repetitive wrist motion and occasional lifting of 10-20 pounds. Requires frequent verbal and written communication in English. Intact sight and hearing with or without assistive devices is required.
Education, Experience and Certifications
Graduation from an accredited School of Nursing. NC RN licensure required.
Related experience preferred. Basic Life Support for Healthcare Provider (BLS HCP) from AHA required.
Preferred experience in one or a combination of the following areas: Inpatient Rehabilitation, Case Management, Utilization Review, and Compliance.
At Atrium Health, formerly Carolinas HealthCare System, our patients, communities and teammates are at the center of everything we do. Our commitment to diversity and inclusion allows us to deliver care that is superior in quality and compassion across our network of more than 900 care locations.
As a leading, innovative health system, we promote an environment where differences are valued and integrated into our workforce. Our culture of inclusion and cultural competence allows us to achieve our goals and deliver the best possible experience to patients and the communities we serve.
Posting Notes: Not Applicable
Carolinas HealthCare System is an EOE/AA Employer
Rehabilitation Services Aide - AF - Physical Therapy
Job Title: Rehabilitation Services Aide
- AF | Physical Therapy | Bemidji
Department : Inpatient Physical Therapy
Therapy & Rehabilitation
Job Schedule: Full Time
Hours Per Shift: 8 hr
Assists patients with therapy activities and exercises scheduled in a treatment plan, under the supervision of a physical therapist, to improve patients' quality of life and ability to perform daily activities.
Provides, monitors and records therapy services for patients suffering from physical, or developmental impairments, in line with related standard concepts, practices and procedures. Documents patients' progress and adjusts treatments as needed under supervision with the licensed Physical Therapist as appropriate.
Prepares equipment and materials for treatment; assists patients and provides encouragement to make sure that they correctly perform treatments. As needed, performs other related duties as requested.
Maintains a high standard in relation to infection control for patient safety. Establishes and maintains productive working relationships within and outside of own area.
Demonstrates understanding of patient assessment and therapy implementation. Identifies common patient safety risks within the organization and how they can be avoided. Identifies the sufficient inventory levels required for patient safety and operational efficiency. Knowledge of the value of self-motivation and initiative; ability and willingness to seek out work and the drive to accomplish goals.
This Rehab Aide will be working 36 hours per week while working shifts generally scheduled from 8:00am-4:30pm.
High school graduate required.
Must be physically capable to assist with patient transfers, activities of daily living, and gait training.
Must be certified in basic life support (CPR). Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) preferred, but not required.
About Sanford Health:
At Sanford Health, we are dedicated to the work of health and healing.
Every day, we show that commitment by delivering the highest quality of care to the communities we serve.
We are leaders in health care and strive to provide patients across the region with convenient access to expert medical care, leading-edge technologies and world-class facilities.
In addition to strong clinical care, we are also committed to research, education and community growth.
We engage in medical research to not only discover innovative ways to provide care, but also cures for common diseases.
We continuously seek new ways to achieve our vision of improving the human condition here in your community, across the region and around the world.
The entire team at Sanford Health recognizes the value of healthy families and communities.
We continue to gain momentum and expand our reach. Together, we can make a positive difference now, and in the future.
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Job Function: Administrative Support
Job Schedule: Full Time
Req Number: WD09086
Supervisor, Rehabilitation Services
Supervises and coordinates the daily operations and staff of Rehabilitation Services including the monitoring/administering of patient evaluations and quality of care in accordance with the written and signed prescription and/or referral of a physician or other State authorized practitioner.
Supervises, hires, trains, disciplines and evaluates the performance of staff. Ensures performance appraisals are completed in a timely manner.
Coordinates patient scheduling.
Participates in the development and implementation of pertinent policies and procedures.
Participates in the development of the annual operating budget.
Supervises quality assurance activities and maintains related documentation.
Ensures the operation and maintenance of equipment.
Performs related duties, as required.
- Bachelor's Degree in Physical or Occupational Therapy, required. Master's/Doctorate Degree, preferred.
Master's Degree in Speech Pathology, required.
Currently licensed as a Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist or Speech Pathologist in the State of New York.
Minimum of three (3) years clinical experience in related discipline including one (1) year supervisory or lead experience, required.
Speech Language Pathologist preferred
Program Manager III - Rehabilitation Services
Grade 21 Standard Salary Schedule
Salary Range: $63,925 - $102,634
LOCATION OF POSITION
Maryland Workforce & Technology Center
2301 Argonne Drive
Baltimore, MD 21218
Main Purpose of Job
This is management position responsible for directing the Quality Assurance, Policy, and Planning programs for the Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS). It also advises and assists the Assistant State Superintendent of DORS in the administration of the statewide Vocational Rehabilitation Program, oversees the Client Assistance Program, and supports the Maryland State Rehabilitation Counsel.
Directs, plans, manages the Division's Quality Assurance Program; coordinates monthly delegated authority case reviews conducted by Regional Directors and Supervisors; manages monthly Consumer Satisfaction Surveys and Employment Retention Surveys; leads the development and implementation of the Division's policies and procedures in accordance with State and federal laws and regulations; advises the Assistant State Superintendent concerning policies and procedures; monitors State and federal legislation related to vocational rehabilitation issues; provides management oversight to the Client Assistance Program; coordinates and supports the membership and activities of the Maryland State Rehabilitation Council.
EDUCATION: A Bachelor's Degree is required; course work in Management, Supervision, or Administration is desirable. A Master's Degree is preferred.
EXPERIENCE: Seven (7) years of professional experience in rehabilitation or in the adjudication or processing of disability claims. Three (3) years of the required experience must have included direct supervision of other professional employees or specialized experience as the technical lead providing rehabilitation services for clients with disabilities or in developing disability claims and establishing eligibility for Social security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI).
NOTE: A Master's Degree or equivalent 36 credit hours of post baccalaureate course work in Educational Administration, Rehabilitation Counseling, Special Education, Counseling and Guidance, Vocational Evaluation, Psychology, or in a Social Science related field may be substituted for one year of the required experience in rehabilitation or the adjudication or processing of disability claims.
Seven (7) years of professional experience in rehabilitation or in the adjudication or processing of disability claims.
DESIRED OR PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
Knowledge of the administration of vocational rehabilitation programs including State and federal regulations governing the rehabilitation or disability determination process; knowledge of the principles of effective supervision and management of employees; knowledge of program evaluation and policy development; knowledge of principles of organizational planning, budgeting, staffing and management; ability to communicate clearly and effectively; ability to interpret laws, regulation policies and procedures; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other rehabilitation officials, State and federal legislators, employees and the general public.
LIMITATIONS ON SELECTION
Proof of eligibility to work in compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act and travel throughout the state are required. Any misrepresentation of academic or experience requirements for this position may result in non-selection or termination of employment.
Applications should be received by July 26, 2019 - (Applications not completed online must be received by close of business – 5 p.m. EDT.)
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Rehabilitation Services Aide - Rehab Outpatient, Part Time, Days, 8 Hours
Are you looking to advance your career by working at a Magnet respected hospital known for exceptional care? St. Jude Medical Center is one of Southern California's most-respected and technologically-advanced hospitals that emphasize excellence in patient outcomes.
At St. Jude Medical Center, providing compassionate care to patients and their families is a sacred responsibility. That is why we seek those who share our passion for treating the whole person – body, mind and spirit.
The Aide is under direct personal supervision of the Licensed Therapy staff for patient related tasks. The aide is under distant supervision for non-patient related tasks. An Aide may be trained to provide service in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Language Pathology, Recreational Therapy, or to support general Rehabilitation & Programmatic needs.
The Aide must be trained to provide direct patient contact and demonstrate competency before providing service in a particular discipline. This aide follows an individualized performance development plan to maintain current knowledge and be competent in critical areas, support program goals, Medical Center goals and objectives, functions and philosophy.
- High school graduate.
- American Heart BLS Healthcare Provider level.
- Be able to perform at the established guidelines for Program specific requirements.
WHY CHOOSE US?
In addition to being Magnet Recognized and awarded Top Work Places, St. Jude Medical Center offers generous medical, dental, and vision premiums for caregivers and their eligible dependents.
Health: Medical – Blue Shield HMO and HRA/HSA plans, Dental
- Delta Care DHMO and Delta Dental PPO plans, and Employee Assistance Program.
Wellness: Retirement – 401(K), Paid-Time Off
- Based on employment status of FT, PT, PD and years of service, Employee Life insurance with optional family coverage, Flexible Spending Accounts, optional Pre-Paid Legal Plan
Professional Advancement: Individual career development plans, ongoing education, tuition reimbursement, motivating managers
St. Jude Medical Center is a faith-based, non-profit, 384-bed, tertiary care facility, and is one of Southern California's most-respected and technologically-advanced hospitals.
With nearly 700 of the area's finest physicians on staff, St. Jude offers nearly every medical specialty and sub-specialty. Whether for the birth of a baby, life-saving surgery or a routine mammogram, St. Jude continues to set the standard for medical care and offers the community the most comprehensive array of services and programs.
St. Jude Medical Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.
In addition to federal law requirements, St. Jude Medical Center complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.
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Offender Rehabilitation Coordinator (Spanish Language)
Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's degree with a major in community health and family studies, correctional studies, counseling, criminal justice, human services, psychology, public justice, social work, sociology or vocational rehabilitation and two years of experience providing individual and/or group counseling in a recognized correctional, criminal justice or community human services program aimed at assisting clients with resolution of major social, behavioral and personal problems. Experience must include responsibility for conducting counseling sessions designed to provide the participant with counseling for social and personal problems such as alcohol and drug abuse, mental, behavioral and emotional problems A Master's degree with a major in any of the above listed may be substituted for one year of required experience. You would be required to perform the duties of an ORC for a caseload which included monolingual Spanish speaking inmates., You would be required to take a written Spanish test for knowledge of the Spanish language.
Duties Description Conducts initial interviews and establishes inmate goals. Individual and group counseling sessions are conducted.
Oversees orientation and ART. Completes case plans quarterly, scheduled and unscheduled transfer review updates goals and monitors status of goals. Prepares various reports associated with inmate caseload such as earned eligibility, merit time and presumptive release evaluations, temporary release reviews, limited credit time and inmate to inmate correspondence.
Assists with coverage during peer staff absence, Covers caseload functions for absent staff according to prescribe schedule and directed by supervisor. Completes inmate status reports, COMPAS assessments and case management. Entries in CMS to prepare offenders assigned to caseload for their respective board appearances and to address the community supervision needs of those inmates. Provides tier III assistance.
Director Of Rehabilitation Services
The Director of Rehabilitation Services is responsible for supervision and development of the Rehabilitation program. This includes supervision and coordination of staff, volunteers, and student interns from local universities, as well as direct counseling.
Maintaining Beneficiary occupancy at approved levels at all times is a high priority and must be done on a daily basis. This means there needs to be networking in the community to guarantee the success
This position will be responsible for maintaining Beneficiary occupancy at approved levels. This position will also require the supervision of admission office, development and maintenance of admissions policies and procedures and ongoing orientation of clients.
The Director of Rehabilitation Services will also participate in developing and implementing agency administrative policy relating to the rehabilitation program. Will also counsel beneficiaries individually or in groups on scheduled basis and do crisis intervention. The Director of Rehabilitation Services will also be responsible to develop "networking" relationships with community agencies, advise them of service available at the Adult Rehabilitation Center, and encourage appropriate referrals to the ARC. There will be other responsibilities assigned as well in relations to the Adult Rehabilitation Center.
Master's or Bachelor degree in social work or related field from an accredited university. Five years administrative experience two of which must be in treatment of addictions. Must also be a certified in Drug and Alcohol counseling through the State of Iowa and have one of the following licenses, CADC, IADC or IAADC.
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