Mental Health Manager Job Description Sample
Manager - Outpatient Mental Health - Greece Pinewild
Job ID REQ_99994 FACILITY Outpatient Mental Health
- Pinewild LOCATION Rochester, New York
Patient assessment and administrative duties.
STATUS: Full Time
LOCATION: Greece, Pinewild Office
DEPARTMENT: Outpatient Mental Health
- Friday, Days
Master's Degree in Social Work, Counseling (Behavioral Health) required or equivalent education and experience.
NYS OMH Qualified Health Professional, or OASAS Qualified Health Professional (Valid clinical credential, and/or licensure with valid registration maintained in good standing required)
Minimum of 3-10 years Behavioral Health experience.
Supervisory and teaching experience desirable.
Perform supervisory duties in relationship to staff, including sign off on time cards, scheduling of staff hours, and enforcement of personnel policies.
Assist in the development, implementation, and monitoring of annual program goals, objectives, and budget.
Assist in the recruitment and hiring of staff.
Assumes day to day program operation and schedule.
Implements staff development and program initiatives.
Ensures that functional efficient processes occur relative to patient admission, discharges and referral.
Provides initial and ongoing patient assessment to develop, maintain and implement objective, measurable and realistic treatment goals, methods, and objectives.
Provide psychotherapy, clinical services appropriate to patient needs.
Lead or co-lead psychotherapy groups.
Complete all required documentation in a timely and comprehensive manner.
Maintain a partial caseload and works with patients to keep the number of no-shows and cancellations to a minimum.
Pursues personal and professional growth using internal and external resources.
Is available for supervision/consultation by staff and provides direction, feedback and positive support to supervisers.
Actively participates in QI and Utilization review processes.
EDUCATION MS (Required)
Rochester Regional Health is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
Mental Health Case Manager (Hsc A/B)
Work Schedule: 40 hours/week 8:30am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday
Functions as an Adult Case Manager at Brockton Multi Service Center (BMSC) for persons assigned who have been deemed eligible to receive services by the Department of Mental Health (DMH). Maintains a caseload of clients and provides supportive counseling, assessment, outreach, service-coordination and person-centered advocacy. The Case Manager promotes DMH's philosophy of recovery and person-centered choices, by utilizing strength-based goal setting and through independent decision-making. Assists individuals in securing services and performs all duties to reflect the highest level of respect and dignity for the persons served. Coordinates and completes the Comprehensive Assessment and Individual Service Plan process Works collaboratively with the client and collateral supports and providers. Coordinates treatment and is involved in discharge planning for clients in acute and long-term hospital or residential placements.
BA or higher in the Human Services Field preferred. Given the population served, bilingual or multilingual fluency preferred.
A current and valid Massachusetts Class D Motor Vehicle Operator's license or equivalent license from the state in which you reside is needed for this function.
The Brockton Multi Service Center provides comprehensive services to mentally ill adults and children. Programs include Case Management, Adult Community Clinical Services program and a Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT) team. The Brockton Multi Service Center is a Joint Commission certified facility. In all we always aspire to create an environment which promotes growth and independence for clients, families, and employees alike. We offer an excellent salary and benefit package including, tuition remission, health insurance, alternative work schedules, educational/certification incentives (As per Union Contract), shift and w/e differentials.
A criminal background check will be completed on the recommended candidate as required by the regulations set forth by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services prior to the candidate being hired. For more information, please visit http://www.mass.gov/hhs/cori
Education, licensure and certifications will be verified in accordance with the Human Resources Division's Hiring Guidelines
Education and license/certification information provided by the selected candidate(s) is subject to the Massachusetts Public Records Law and may be published on the Commonwealth's website.
For questions, please contact Dina Robinson at (508) 977-3383.
First consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days.
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS:
REQUIRED WORK EXPERIENCE: At least three years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, professional experience in human services work or social work. Based on assignment, one year of professional work experience must have been in one of the following specialty areas. Refer to the individual position description for specialized work experience required.
Mental Health Case Manager and Forensic Transition Team Coordinator assignments only: The year of professional work experience must have included the clinical care and treatment of psychiatric or emotionally disturbed individuals.
Department of Developmental Services assignments only: The year of professional work experience must have involved working with individuals with intellectual or other developmental disabilities.
A Bachelor's or higher degree in social work, psychology, sociology, counseling, counseling education, education of the physically or emotionally handicapped, education of the multiple handicapped, education of the learning disabled, human services, rehabilitation, rehabilitation counseling, nursing, recreation therapy, art therapy, dance therapy, music therapy, or physical education may be substituted for two years of the required experience on the basis of two years of education for one year of experience.
Mental Health Case Manager and Forensic Transition Team Coordinator assignments only: Degree substitutions must be in social work, psychology, sociology, counseling, counseling education, rehabilitation, rehabilitation counseling, human services, education of the physically or emotionally handicapped, education of the multiple handicapped, or education of the learning disabled.
Department of Developmental Services assignments only:
A current and valid Massachusetts license or registration as a physical therapist, speech-language pathologist, occupational therapist, audiologist, registered nurse, dietitian, or social worker may be substituted for two years of the required experience.
A current and valid Massachusetts license or registration as a physical therapy assistant or occupational therapy assistant may be substituted for one year of the required experience.
One year of education equals 30 semester hours. Education toward a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the requirements actually completed.
No substitutions will be permitted for the required year of professional experience.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND LICENSES:
One of the following is required for Qualified Developmental Services Professional assignments in the Department of Developmental Services only:
A current and valid Massachusetts license or registration as a physical therapist, speech-language pathologist, occupational therapist, audiologist, registered nurse, dietitian, or social worker, OR
A Bachelor's or higher degree in social work, psychology, sociology, counseling, counseling education, education of the physically or emotionally handicapped, education of the multiple handicapped, education of the learning disabled, human services, rehabilitation, rehabilitation counseling, nursing, recreation therapy, art therapy, dance therapy, music therapy, or physical education.
Based on assignment, travel may be required. Those employees who elect to use a motor vehicle for travel must have a current and valid Massachusetts Class D Motor Vehicle Operator's license or the equivalent from another state.
An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Case Manager II Virginia / Intensive Adult Mental Health / Wcbhs
Provide professional case management services to enable identified individuals to make informed choices about opportunities and services, assuring timely access to needed assistance, providing opportunities and coordinating all services to meet each consumer's goals and thereby assisting them in achieving their maximum level of independent functioning.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Education: Bachelor's degree in behavioral health field required.
Licensure: Must possess or obtain highest level of licensure appropriate to degree. Valid driver's license.
Certification: Must possess or obtain highest level of certification appropriate to degree.
Experience: Experience in mental health, substance abuse or intellectual disabilities preferred.
Verbal/written communication skills.
Ability to maintain composure in difficult situations.
Ability to safely operate motor vehicle.
Computer, fax, copier, motor vehicle and any other equipment required to perform the functions of the position.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Conduct interviews with individuals and/or family members in a therapeutic manner so as to obtain critical and thorough information, provide written documentation of information obtained and exercise good judgment in evaluating situation, making decisions and implementing effective strategies.
Provide assessment, service planning, crisis assistance, daily living assistance and linkage, referral and advocacy to/for referred individuals.
Provide written documentation to complete all necessary chart work in accordance with policy on admissions treatment and discharges in a timely manner.
Maintain client confidentiality according to Frontier Health policies.
Remain current in knowledge of community resources and how to access those resources.
Keep supervisors apprised of all critical or emergency situations.
Responds to emergency/crisis or walk-in situations calmly, rationally and in accordance with center policy and procedures.
Participate in inservice training and orientation and provide consultation and education services to the community as requested by supervisor/administration.
Be involved in the admission, hospital stay and discharge of individuals on caseload who are admitted to an inpatient psychiatric facility.
Must be able to safely operate a motor vehicle to ensure the delivery of community based services.
Attend and participate in regularly scheduled staff meetings and inservices and individual program planning staffings as needed.
All other duties as assigned.
Senior Manager Strategy Communications, Mental Health & Wellness
Responsible for providing complex communications strategy, management, consultation, planning, implementation and recommended solutions for the Kaiser Permanente organization, functions, programs and projects across a broad variety of internal and external audiences (KP leaders, employees, influencers, media, members, consumers, etc.) to support organizational business strategies and to promote and protect the KP brand.
Provides oversight and/or leads communications strategies and tactics that support the growth and market strategies essential to KP's strategic plans, revenue, membership and margin goals.
Managers provide strategic thinking and leadership skills that enable teams to:
- identify and optimize business solutions through strategic communication leadership;
- evaluate findings and make formal recommendations to a number of stakeholders including up to C-level KP executives;
- design communications strategies that optimize KP business strategies, programs and priorities;
- bring forth technical/content expertise (competitive intelligence, business acumen, sophisticated communications strategies, tools and techniques);
- mentor/review/approve team member communications recommendations and work on a variety of topics.
Incumbents would advise and/or manage team members whose work includes strategic communications leadership, planning, and tactical implementation in both day-to-day and high-risk situations. Selects, develops, evaluates, coaches, and advises personnel.
it is assumed that each higher level job will be proficient in & be capable of performing the duties of the lower levels in the job family)
Oversees a team responsible for managing a key area of focus within the PR and Communications department.
Works with PR/Comms management to develop scope of work for team, sequencing work, defining business problem and communications solution, setting strategic and business direction, context & priorities for the team.
Oversees staff that provides high-quality communications services: writing, editing, research, design, production, program management, etc.
Assigns, tracks and manages communications consultants/specialists and other professionals as needed to support the development and implementation of strategic communications plans, programs and projects.
Provides oversight, coaching & guidance to management-level staff.
Serves as liaison with other related departments (brand management, multimedia services, marketing communications etc ) to ensure consistent application of Kaiser Permanente brand standards, style guide, and other processes and procedures.
Serves as a collaborator and an integrator with other professionals in Program Offices, regions, and service areas related to the successful communications programs and materials.
Educate and communicate goals, strategy, and methodologies clearly and persuasively.
Build relationships with internal and external partners.
Serve as back up to director and/or senior director.
Proactively manage team members' performance and development.
Provides managerial responsibility for one or more teams of increased depth/breadth/complexity.
Accomplishes results through peers and subordinates, who exercise significant latitude and independence in their assignments.
Develops performance requirements.
Contributes to determination of organizational structures.
May have budget responsibilities.
Minimum eight (8) years of experience in PR, Communications or similar roles.
Minimum two (2) years of management experience.
Bachelor's degree in journalism, English, public relations, business administration or related field, OR four (4) years of experience in a directly related field.
High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED) required.
License, Certification, Registration
Strong public speaking and presentation skills.
Demonstrated excellence in directly supporting senior executives in large organizations and influencing their approach to communications while nurturing the relationship.
Demonstrated ability to plan and manage complex projects: ability to work effectively with team members and executives under tight deadlines.
Ability to work evenings and weekends with short or little notice given the demands of providing communications support to the functional areas.
Additional skills required in team management and development.
Must be able to work in a Labor Management Partnership environment.
Master's degree preferred.
Primary Location: California,Oakland,Ordway One Kaiser Plaza Scheduled Weekly Hours: 40 Shift:
Day Workdays: Mon - Fri Working Hours Start: 8:00 AM Working Hours End: 5:00 PM Job Schedule: Full-time Job Type:
Standard Employee Status: Regular Employee Group/Union Affiliation: Salaried, Non-Union, Exempt Job Level:
Manager with Direct Reports Job Category: Communications Department: Strategy Communications Travel:
Yes, 10 % of the Time Kaiser Permanente is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. Applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), age, sexual orientation, national origin, marital status, parental status, ancestry, disability, gender identity, veteran status, genetic information, other distinguishing characteristics of diversity and inclusion, or any other protected status.
External hires must pass a background check/drug screen. Qualified applicants with arrest and/or conviction records will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with federal and state laws, as well as applicable local ordinances, including but not limited to the San Francisco and Los Angeles Fair Chance Ordinances.
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LVN (Full-Time Am/Pm) - Mental Health Rehab Center 105
LVN/LPT – CORDILLERAS MHRC
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
We exist to help people with mental impairments realize their full potential.
Telecare will deliver and manage excellent services and systems of care for persons with serious mental illness.
Employment Status: Full-Time
Shift: AM/PM as needed
Days: Varies as needed
The Licensed Vocational Nurse/Licensed Psychiatric Technician provides services related to the safe and appropriate administration of medical treatment (including medications) as prescribed by the physician. The LVN/LPT provides documentation to the Treatment Team of response to treatment and notifies all parties of clinical changes of condition.
One (1) year of experience in psychiatric nursing in a skilled nursing facility or an acute hospital is preferred. Graduation from an accredited Licensed Vocational Nurse or Licensed Psychiatric Technician program, and current licensure by the State of California are also required. A valid CPR Certificate is also required. Necessary skills include a demonstrated understanding of psychiatric illness and its treatment, knowledge of psychotropic medications and knowledge of the laws and regulations governing the delivery of mental health services in the State of California. Current knowledge of recovery philosophy and psychiatric rehabilitation strongly preferred. Applicant must be finger printed and receive clearance from Criminal Justice Department.
KEY RESULT AREAS
MISSION, VALUES AND BELIEFS
- Demonstrates the Telecare mission, purpose, values and beliefs in everyday language and contact with clients, the public and other staff members.
QUALITY AND QUANTITY OF WORK
Provides safe, effective and efficient implementation of direct care in accordance with established policies, procedures and standards of care.
Establishes and maintains a therapeutic relationship with clients.
Attends and participates in community meetings and groups.
Monitors the activities and documentation of the MHW's on the assigned unit.
Coordinates and participates in counting medications and giving report at the beginning and end of each shift.
Coordinates admission of new clients by designating the admitting MHW. Completes the admission documentation including the problem list and the I.D. note.
Coordinates discharges by ensuring that discharge orders are written, and that discharge medication and clothing are given to the client. Completes the appropriate documentation.
Transcribes physician orders accurately and in a timely manner.
Administers medication and treatments to clients.
Receives and presents change of shift report.
Monitors the monthly recap of physician orders, medication record and treatment records.
Reviews all medical and psychological reports. Informs the physician and nursing administrator of any abnormalities found in the clients' condition or laboratory reports.
Completes the twenty-four hour Client Report each shift.
TEAM MEMBER PARTICIPATION
Participates as a team member and provides input via reporting observations, concerns and asking appropriate questions.
Reviews and implements client treatment plans.
Actively participates in multidisciplinary team meetings and treatment planning meetings.
Demonstrates knowledge of Professional Assault Response Training (PART) techniques.
Keeps the supervisor informed of client behavior and condition. Notifies the supervisor of those clients who are clinical management concerns.
- Observes, records and reports client social, medical and psychiatric behavior.
JUDGMENT, DECISION MAKING AND INITIATIVE
Demonstrates knowledge and proper use of equipment and supplies.
Promotes and assists clients in developing self‑help skills.
RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS
- Demonstrates a good rapport and cooperative working relationships with all members of the team; responds to co‑workers with concern and promotes group morale.
Continually focuses on assigned tasks and seeks and implements improvements.
Understands and demonstrates the safety program in all activities.
Protects clients from behavior that could damage themselves or others.
Practices universal precautions at all times.
CUSTOMER AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS
Demonstrates a knowledge of Telecare's customers including clients, families and governmental agencies in all interactions and conduct.
Acts in a professional manner, always demonstrating respect and understanding of the community and neighborhood when representing Telecare in the community.
PLANNING AND TIME UTILIZATION
- Completes and follows through with tasks and assignments, meeting expected deadlines.
ATTENDANCE AND RELIABILITY
- Understands and demonstrates knowledge of all policies associated with attendance.
Attends all assigned in‑service education classes.
Role models excellent professional practice.
Always dresses appropriately and professionally.
Rarely 0% to 1%
Infrequently 2% to 5%
Occasionally 6% to 33%
Frequently 34% to 66%
Constantly 67% to 100%
Constant sitting and standing 8 hours per day.
Occasional to frequent bending, stooping, twisting, reaching, turning, and squatting.
Occasional pushing up to 50 pounds for 170 feet. (length of hall)
Occasional pulling up to 50 pound medication carts and possible wheel chairs for short distances.
Occasional lifting from floor to overhead, or floor to waist.
Occasional carrying of objects and materials weighing less than 25 pounds.
Occasional carrying of clients 80 pounds to 300+ pounds. Other employees normally assist; however, lift and carry is normally not aided by mechanical device.
Infrequent overhead reaching 10-25 pounds.
Constant small motor and hand skills necessary to perform writing tasks and other simple grasping operations.
Occasional fine manipulation needed to administer injections.
Occasional power grip and hand twisting required in both hands for clutching and grasping; to seize or hold firmly.
Normal or corrected near and far vision, in addition to non-inhibiting color vision. May read constantly for short durations throughout the day.
Constant/Talking/Hearing/Smelling throughout the work day and must be alert to client condition and environmental situations.
Duties and responsibilities may be added, deleted and/or changed at the discretion of management.
EOE AA M/F/V/Disability
Mdoc Correctional Facilities Health + Mental Health Intern
With questions or for more information about the State of Michigan Internship Program, please visit: State of Michigan Internship Program Overview
We are currently accepting applications for the Fall 2019 Semester.
NOTE: THERE ARE MULTIPLE INTERNSHIPS LOCATED AT THE MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS. IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED, APPLICANTS MUST APPLY TO THE CORRECT INTERNSHIP JOB POSTING. THIS JOB POSTING IS SPECIFICALLY FOR:
- APPLICANTS INTERESTED IN DOING HEALTH, DENTAL, NURSING OR MENTAL HEALTH INTERNSHIPS AT CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES.
The mission of the Michigan Department of Corrections is to create a safer Michigan by holding offenders accountable while promoting their success. http://www.michigan.gov/corrections/
The Correctional Facilities Administration is responsible for the state's prisons, including Special Alternative Incarceration. There are over 30 prisons in the state of Michigan. The state secure facilities include a diverse offender population and are categorized into different security levels. To learn more visit: www.michigan.gov/corrections.
We are currently accepting applications for students to gain real world experience and a competitive edge for the State of Michigan employment opportunities through our unpaid internship program. These experiences are available to students in order to enhance their academic learning experience. All applicants must be academically enrolled.
We have a variety of internship opportunities in healthcare to experience in our correctional facilities (prisons) including:
Nursing (LPN + RN)
Mental Health Professions
Dental (Dentist, Hygienist, Dental Assistant)
Heath Care Leadership (Administration)
Medical Records Examiner
These internships will help the student develop competencies (knowledge, skills, abilities, and motivation) needed for a career in Corrections healthcare through daily interaction with staff and offenders.
Intern Responsibilities/Projects include:
All interns will be assigned an intern mentor
Interns will be responsible for reviewing policy and procedures for the Michigan Department of Corrections
Internships will include standard day to day activities with supervisor/mentor
Academic experiences will include 1 or more primary projects related to your academic studies
Intern will participate in special assignments as directed by the intern's supervisor
Required Education and Experience
All healthcare related majors are accepted and internships are open to Undergraduates and Graduates.
Must submit a COVER LETTER with your application explaining why you would like to complete an internship with the Michigan Department of Corrections Correctional Facilities healthcare
Must be academically enrolled in a college or university
Must have a minimum GPA of 2.5
Must attach a copy of a current unofficial or official transcript
Must complete and pass a LEIN and Michigan State Police IChat Background Authorization
Must pass a Fingerprint Screen. If you are requested to complete a Fingerprint Screen, you will be instructed to use the State of Michigan vendor: Morphotrust (IdentGo) so that the administrative cost will be covered by the Michigan Department of Corrections. Fingerprinting will only be required if you are offered an internship
Must pass Pre-employment drug screening
Additional Requirements and Information
Please attach a cover letter, current resume, a copy of your college transcripts (official or unofficial copy). Your cover letter must include your response to the following questions:
1.What qualities or attributes would you bring to the State of Michigan?
2.What are your career interests, goals and plans? Please be specific.
3.What do you expect to gain from this internship experience?
Applicants with a record of any felony conviction or outstanding criminal warrant will not be considered. Applicants with records of misdemeanor convictions will generally be rejected. However, applicants with misdemeanor convictions limited to offenses which in the view of the Department did not entail any manner of public endangerment will be considered by the appropriate administrator on a case by case basis.
Please click on the link to download a Michigan Department of Corrections LEIN Form and also
Michigan State Police Criminal Background Authorization Form. Once you complete both forms please upload them to the attachment section of your application along with your resume, cover letter and college transcripts. These forms will be required to be considered for an interview. If you have questions regarding these forms please call (517) 284-0100.
Click to view a Location Map of the Correctional Facilities.
Public Health Mental Health Counselor I
Position Description Benefits Supplemental Questions
As the largest and most vibrant city in the state, Minneapolis depends on purposeful, dedicated and innovative employees. Minneapolis has a large variety of careers for people of all experiences and backgrounds who come together for a singular purpose--serving the residents, businesses and visitors of Minneapolis.
The Public Health Mental Health Counselor I will provide mental health services to high school youth in the School Based Clinics (SBC), as well as coordinated care activities for those youth. The position includes participating as a member of an interdisciplinary health care team.
There is currently one full-time (32-40 hours) vacancy reporting to the Mental Health Program Manager.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Assess psychosocial needs of selected SBC clients requesting sports physicals or reproductive health services, and clients referred by clinic staff, school staff, etc. Assess client emergency situations for suicide and/or for violence to self or others.
Provide diagnostic assessment, treatment planning and therapy, to clients with DSM-5 diagnoses, and other issues such as stress, sexuality, chemical use, grief, peer and family relationships, self-esteem, self-care, developmental issues and healthy decision making under the direction of a licensed mental health professional. Refer clients requiring specialized or more intensive therapy to appropriate services. Provide counseling and resource connection to pregnant and parenting clients. Complete documentation in client record in accordance with DHS outpatient mental health rules.
Participate in supervision and consultation by a licensed professional.
Participate in, mental health team case consultation and professional development.
Participate in interdisciplinary team planning, when needed, with other SBC staff, community agencies, and when appropriate guardians and school staff.
Promote coordination of services among multiple providers or agencies, including Minneapolis Public School staff, community agency staff, guardians or others. Provide information and referrals for out of school resources such as housing, academic support, employment, medical and dental services, and economic assistance. Assist in interpretation and clarification of various community services to eligible families.
Refer clients to appropriate school staff for school related issues including but not limited to discipline issues, harassment complaints, academic problems, tutoring and college preparation programs, and after school activities.
Notify appropriate MPS personnel, social service agencies, or guardians when clients present with crisis issues, such as threatened suicide, sexual or physical abuse.
Facilitate support groups and present classroom curriculum on a variety of topics.
Assist with research projects as needed to support School Based Clinic services.
Provide education and consultation to School Based Clinic program staff and Minneapolis Public School Staff on mental health issues and concerns.
Participate in the training and orientation of mental health interns.
Report to Public Health Mental Health Counselor Manager of any areas outside of their level of expertise.
Attend continuing education opportunities as approved and/or assigned by supervisor.
Understand and apply the City's record retention schedule and record management policies, and protect confidential and private information as required by Data Privacy and/or HIPAA policies.
Participate in Public Health Emergency Preparedness training and response as needed and assigned by the department.
Participate in grant activities, meet assigned project deadlines, and perform other duties as assigned.
Working Conditions: Normal office settings and school clinic settings.
Education: A Master's Degree in psychology, counseling, marriage & family therapy, clinical social work or a related field from an accredited college or university.
Experience: 6 months of clinical experience.
Language: Bilingual skills in Spanish, Somali, Hmong are desirable.
Cultural competency: Ability to relate and work effectively with people from diverse cultural, economic and ethnic backgrounds.
Cover letter and Resume: You must attach a cover letter and updated resume to your application. Without these documents, the application may be deemed as incomplete and will not be considered further.
Selection Process: The selection process will consist of one or more of the following steps: a rating of relevant education and experience and/or an oral examination (100%). It is important that your application show all the relevant education and experience you possess. This information will be used to determine which candidates will proceed in the selection process. A submitted application is also used to verify the answers to any supplemental questions. Only those candidates who attain a passing score (70%) on each step in the selection process will be placed on the eligible list. The City of Minneapolis Human Resources Department reserves the right to limit the number in any phase of the selection process.
Interview Selection: The hiring authority reserves the right to determine the maximum number of candidates to interview from the established eligible list. If the hiring authority decides to interview other than by exam score order, they may select additional people to interview based on a candidate's education or experience related to the field, work history, or skills uniquely related to the operational needs of the position.
Background Check: The City has determined that a criminal background check and/or qualifications check may be necessary for certain positions with this job title. Applicants may be required to sign an informed consent form allowing the City to obtain their criminal history and/or verify their qualifications in connection with the position sought. Applicants who do not sign the informed consent form will not be further considered for the position.
Union Representation: This position is represented by a collective bargaining agreement between the City of Minneapolis and the Minneapolis Public Employees Association (MPEA). For more information on the terms and conditions of this agreement please visit: http://www.minneapolismn.gov/hr/laboragreements/labor-agreements_professional-employees_index
Eligible List: The names of applicants who meet minimum qualification and who pass the screening process shall be placed on the eligible list for employment consideration. This list will be certified to the hiring manager who may use the list to fill a vacancy of the same job title. This eligible list will expire three months after it has been established.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Clinical skills in the provision of diagnostic assessment, treatment planning and therapy.
Ability to assess client emergency situations for suicide and/or for violence to self or others.
Ability to relate well to an adolescent population.
Knowledge of adolescent development.
Knowledge of multicultural and economic challenges.
Ability to work with diverse and special needs populations.
Demonstrated ability to work in a collaborative environment, particularly with multiple agencies, and providers.
Excellent communication skills.
Knowledge of community agencies or how to access information easily.
Ability to facilitate group discussion and provide classroom presentations.
Flexibility to work in multiple settings within different schools and clinics.
Mental Health Worker I/Ii - Extra-Help Mental Health Worker I/Ii
Examples of Duties Benefits Supplemental Questions
This recruitment is being established to obtain a current eligible list for both full time and Extra-Help vacancies. Extra-Help are not entitled to county benefits and are limited to a maximum of 25 hours per week. Extra-Help pay is up to $25.91 per hour.
Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Plans, develops, and evaluates activities for mental health clients under the guidance of licensed, professional staff.
Carries out socializing/rehabilitation activities.
Provides client supervision and assistance as necessary.
Observes client behavior, prepares reports and serves as a client advocate.
Conducts and participates in community meetings and conduct presentations.
Interviews clients and makes appropriate referrals to Department programs, outside agencies, and specialized services.
Participates in planning, development, and evaluation sessions for Mental Health clients.
May have assigned responsibility for development/implementation of a specific rehabilitation activity.
Performs a variety of mental health program support assignments.
One (1) year of experience with direct patient or client contact in a mental health, medical, or human service setting.
Equivalent to 60 college semester units, including at least 15 semester units in behavioral sciences.
Two (2) years of experience with direct patient or client contact in a mental health, medical, or human service setting, including at least one (1) year with responsibilities equivalent to those of a Mental Health Worker I with Merced County.
Equivalent to Bachelor's Degree in Behavioral or Social Sciences, or a closely related area.
Both Levels require possession of a valid California driver's license at time of appointment and maintain.
SOME POSITIONS IN THIS CLASSIFICATION WILL BE SUBJECT TO CRIMINAL HISTORY BACKGROUND CHECKS PURSUANT TO THE HUMAN RESOURCES RULES AND REGULATIONS, SECTION 2, B.
Mental Health Clinical Practitioner - Unaccompanied Children's Programs - Swing Shift
Summary: The Unaccompanied Children's Programs are residential programs for children who have entered the U.S. without parents or documentation. More than a dozen languages are spoken onsite. This position will provide a variety of specialized services. The employee in this position at a residential program may be required to remain on Organization premises during break and/or meal periods and may be required to stay on Organization premises until their replacement arrives. Individual accountabilities and work volume will be established through the development of annual Success Objectives, within the framework outlined below.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Provides services to clients through a short-term case management model.
Receives case assignments, establishes treatment plans, reviews case progress and determines case closure through the supervisor of the assigned program.
Provides individual counseling to address motivational and psychosocial problems of clients.
Provides clients with counseling and concrete assistance to support increase or restore client's capacity for self-sufficiency.
Establishes and maintains therapeutic and professional relationships with clients to facilitate the receipt of services.
Completes thorough immediate and ongoing assessments and screenings for unaccompanied children.
Develops service plans, which outline a specific plan of action with each client under the regular supervision of the supervisor of the assigned program.
Makes referrals in accordance with service plans to other Organization units and external providers.
Works cooperatively with Intake Specialists, Addiction Specialists and Social Workers to maximize service outcomes.
Develops professional relationships with social service, health and governmental agencies.
Participates and contributes in regular supervision meetings, team meetings, in house training sessions and conferences.
Accurately completes in a timely manner all necessary forms, case recordings and statistical reports.
Develops and provides social service or counseling group work to clients in accordance with established policies, procedures and protocols.
Participates in program planning.
Provides crisis intervention, counseling and problem solving in a variety of areas for all clients.
Establishes and maintains a professional and therapeutic relationship within the standards of client profiles, confidentiality laws and the newest clinical research available.
Develops, implements, oversees and follows-up with client treatment plans to ensure that realistic goals and deadlines of accomplishments are being met.
Maintains documentation of client's individual and group treatment.
Maintains the volume of work designated by project standards and utilizes the mental health theory and concepts integrating in clinical practice. On an ongoing basis assimilates the knowledge of resources available to implement the clinical concepts.
Assumes all clinical responsibility for clients.
Collaborates and serves as a primary contact for the Federal Field Specialist, the DUCS Field Coordinator and the Immigration and Customs Enforcement department as well as other voluntary agencies.
Develops and maintains relationships with outside providers, case managers and hospitals.
Develops and maintains relationships across in-program teams that supports a multidisciplinary care model
Monitors medications as specified by the Psychiatrist and keeps legible and accurate records of all medication issues.
Applies violence/crisis-intervention techniques with youth, including the application of physical restraint when necessary.
Attends external meetings and educational trainings to maintain licensure and to meet DCFS and funder requirements.
Assists with household duties of the program site, including housekeeping and food services tasks.
Monitors hygiene habits of participant and provides direct assistance and applies first-aid techniques, as needed.
Adheres to professional standards as outlined by governmental bodies, NASW (and/or other appropriate professional associations), private funding sources, Organization plans/policies and Unit guidelines.
Participates in periodic evaluative reviews and/or in-house and external staff training to ensure that he/she understands and continues to adhere to such standards.
Initiates requests for assistance from Supervisor to address new issues or complex concepts affecting adherence to professional standards.
Other duties may be assigned.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education and/or Experience: Master's degree (M.A.) in clinical social work, counseling, clinical psychology, or other related degree; and one to two years of clinical practice experience in either a hospital or community setting providing group and/or individual therapy.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: Status as an LPC, LSW or a relevant certification or licensure is required (or must be obtained within 1 year of hire). Certification in Non-violent Crisis Intervention techniques (an internal certification) will be required upon hire.
Fluency in a second language, both written and oral, is required. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization.
Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio and percent.
Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.
Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms.
The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate
These residential programs require that employees are available to work any shift, including evenings and weekends, according to programmatic needs, licensing requirements, and/or contract requirements.
Heartland Alliance makes all hiring and employment decisions, and operates all programs, services, and functions without regard to race, receipt of an order of protection, creed, color, age, gender, gender identity, marital or parental status, religion, ancestry, national origin, amnesty, physical or mental disability, protected veterans status, genetic information, sexual orientation, immigrant status, political affiliation or belief, use of FMLA, VESSA, military, and family military rights, ex-offender status (depending on the offense and position to be filled), unfavorable military discharge, membership in an organization whose primary purpose is the protection of civil rights or improvement of living conditions and human relations, height, weight, or HIV infection, in accord with the organization's AIDS Policy Statement of September 1987.
Mental Health Therapist - Bhhf/Sharpe Hosp. - Lewis Co.
Nature of Work
Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR)/ Office of Health Facilities (OHF)/ William R. Sharpe, Jr. Hospital, Lewis Co. 3 Positions - Under general supervision, perform full-performance inpatient mental health clinical services within the 200-bed William R. Sharpe Jr. Hospital, in Weston, WV. The Mental Health Therapist will be a part of a multidisciplinary treatment team and conduct: clinical assessments, treatment, consultation, referral and education according to patient needs and team direction. Psychosocial evaluations and provide therapeutic interventions including individual, group and family therapeutic services. Assess client's functioning within work, family and routines of daily living and identify areas needing continued support, resources and treatment in order to assist clients. Maintain required documentation consistent with hospital policies. Attend treatment planning, staff meetings, supervisory conferences, and and other activities, which ensure the smooth functioning of clinical operations. This is a tobacco free campus. Pre-employment drug screening is required. Applicants selected for employment must successfully complete a chemical urinalysis and breath analysis drug screening test. All employees shall be subject to drug testing for probable cause as set forth in agency and bureau policies. Performs other duties as assigned.
Click The APPLY Link Above To Apply Online. Do not use a paper application unless you cannot apply online. If you must use a paper application due to disability or other valid reason, please call our office (304) 558-3950 (8-4:30pm) for special instructions.
IMPORTANT: Your eligible score will be based on information provided in your application; therefore, make sure your application is detailed and complete. You may attach a resume and other documents; however, you should NEVER enter "See Resume" on the application. You MUST complete ALL parts of the application, including the Work Experience section. NOTE: Jobs on your application that do not have a salary amount will be considered volunteer and will NOT be counted as qualifying. Estimate salary if necessary.
Eligibility Length: This posting is for a Continuous recruitment because of an expected need for applicants. Applicants will be placed on a database of eligible applicants for 1 year. You will only be eligible for vacancies in counties you select. After 1 year applicants who remain interested in this job title MUST re-apply to be considered. The Division of Personnel cannot say with any certainty the location or number of future vacancies, only that the agency has expressed an anticipated hiring need. If an applicant wishes more specific information about future hiring plans please contact the hiring agency directly.
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As a condition of employment, an inquiry into job-related information will be completed which may include, but not limited to, criminal records, abuse registry records, driving records, employment history, and education and training. Failing to cooperate with this process, providing false and incomplete information, or discovery of disqualifying information will result in denial of or dismissal from employment or denial of transfer irrespective of when discovered. Examples of Work
Interviews clients to obtain social history and develop a plan of care.
Ensures patient/family involvement in treatment planning.
Provides individual, couple, family and/or group therapy in accordance with the developed treatment plan.
Updates patient treatment plans with change of condition and patient response to care.
Ensures treatment plans include specific measurable goals, objectives/interventions and defining actions unique to each patient's needs and personal growth.
Documents findings and patient response to treatment in a clear, complete and timely manner.
Writes recommendations concerning recommended treatment and expected progress for clients.
Performs crisis intervention.
Conducts background interviews with new admissions.
Conducts individual or group therapy sessions to facilitate treatment.
Develops, maintains and monitors treatment programs.
Attends treatment team meetings and provides information concerning client progress.
Collects data and reviews literature for reports.
Compiles client information files that include information such as client intake histories, treatment plans, progress documentation, reports written to agencies and courts and discharge summaries.
Assesses patient needs for discharge teaching and/or referral.
Ensures documentation on reviews are based on the treatment plan goals/objectives and reflects progress or failure to progress toward goals.
Communicates on a regular and timely basis with relevant members of the treatment team and family members as appropriate.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilties:
Knowledge of the standards, practices and methods in applied experimental, clinical, counseling, educational, measurements, or social psychology.
Knowledge of agency, state and federal laws, rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
Knowledge of departmental programs and goals.
Knowledge of behavior modification techniques and philosophies.
Must possess strong computer skills.
Ability to communicate effectively and tactfully with clients, other employees, employers and the public.
Ability to observe changes in behavior.
Ability to maintain accurate records, progress notes and coordinate with other care providers.
Ability to establish and maintain client rapport.
Training: Graduation from a regionally accredited college or university with a Master's degree in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling or Education.
Experience: Minimum one (1) year full-time or equivalent part-time or volunteer experience working with the mentally ill.
- DETAILS OF RELATED EXPERIENCE MUST BE SHOWN IN THE WORK EXPERIENCE SECTION OF YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION*
The definition of working or volunteering with the mentally ill may include therapeutic, educational or community settings as follows:
Delivery of psychological testing, provision of therapy services (possibly referred to as counseling, therapy, psychotherapy, family therapy, short term therapy, emotional and behavioral regulation, skills training). The setting can be as part of an internship/practicum/training program, outpatient office/clinic, inpatient hospital setting, residential setting, community behavioral health center, federally qualified health center or educational institutions.
Teaching at-risk and/or mentally ill students (children or adults) , working in special education, developing or implementing behavioral management plans, educating and training individuals in self-help, advocating for at-risk or mentally ill individuals, teaching critical skills to at-risk or mentally ill persons or working with mentally ill in a Community Integration/Community activity setting, such as Special Olympics
NOTICE: If you are claiming college or other post-high school education or license, you MUST attach or provide by mail a legible copy of your OFFICIAL education transcript, license or training record. YOU WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR EMPLOYMENT UNTIL THIS VERIFICATION HAS BEEN RECEIVED. To avoid missing a job opportunity, it is important that you provide this verification as soon as possible. You only have to provide this verification one time. It is not required with every application. Attach documents to the online application, or via email to: email@example.com, FAX: 304-957-0396, or mail to: Division of Personnel, Building 3, Suite 500, 1900 Kanawha Blvd. E., Charleston, WV 25305.
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