Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
• Provide organization, coordination, and tracking of ACT team assignments and documentation completion to assure that client needs are met while adhering to ACT fidelity standards.
• Assist Program Supervisor with day to day operations and processing incoming referrals.
• Attend County, MHS, and Collaborative meetings as designated and appropriate and collaborate and coordinate with community providers.
• Assist the Program Supervisor in tracking and leading Peer Review Meetings, Utilization Review Meetings, and Individualized Treatment Team Meetings.
• Provide case consultation, supervision, and coaching to clinical staff, as needed.
• Conduct client intakes and provide service coordination / case management for an assigned group of clients.
• Collaborate with Program Supervisor in rotating client visits/assignments with the treatment team.
• Develop, evaluate, and implement treatment goals and plans in conjunction with the treatment team.
• Perform psychosocial, and risk assessments, and maintain a daily log of client contacts.
• Conduct individual counseling including crisis intervention.
• Provide support to all clients including on-call crisis intervention covering nighttime and weekend hours.
• Conduct and oversee psychoeducational groups as directed by Program Supervisor.
• Perform shift management duties in coordination with other staff as directed by Program Supervisor.
• Comply with all charting and documentation requirements per contract, funding agency, and MHS policy.
• Prepare critical care issues for discussion during supervision and Daily Organizational Staff Meetings.
• Provide information about the program to community agencies connected to the mental health and substance abuse services system, and represent the program as directed by Program Supervisor.
• Comply with all MHS and program rules, policies and procedures including HIPPA standards.
• Current licensure as Psychologist, LMFT, LCSW or Master’s degree in a behavioral science with current BBS registration AND at least two years of experience providing ACT services to individuals with mental illness, required
• Valid California driver’s license and current auto insurance per contract requirements
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office and EHR software
• Ability to problem solve and react appropriately to emergency situations
• Ability to work independently and effectively collaborate with a team
• Excellent organizational and leadership skills
Employment Type: Full Time