Part-time, 20 hours/week
Program: Residential Services
Responsibilities: This is a Residential Services administrative and direct services position working with applicants, current and discharged residents and their families/treatment providers. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to conducting case findings for referrals; participating on the Single Point of Access (SPOA) Committee; conducting intake interviews; acting as a liaison to referral community sources; coordinating, scheduling and conducting Admission/Discharge meetings; preparing and/or processing documentation, assisting with Residential Quality Assurance and Utilization Review using software programs; processing financial entitlements including, but not limited to, SSI, SSD, Medicaid and private insurance; participating in development of resident service plans; advocating for resident on issues including, but not limited to: entitlements, resident rights, self-determination issues; facilitating resident education groups as assigned; providing support and consultation to residence counselors as assigned; and providing outreach and education to community service providers.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in psychology or related human services discipline and a minimum of one year experience working with recipients of mental health services or equivalent. Experience working with diverse populations. Flexibility when plans are changed. Well-developed organizational, verbal and written communication skills needed. Experience with Microsoft Word and databases a plus. Demonstrated ability in group leadership. Knowledge of ASL and Deaf Culture preferred. Valid driver’s license and ability to drive a passenger van.
Due to the high number of applicants, only successful candidates will be notified.