The Affiliated Sante Group seeks a Part-Time Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Specialist �to join the Elkton Eastern Shore�team.�The CIT Specialist is responsible for the planning, coordination, development, system management, implementation, vision and focus of the Affiliated Sant� Group�s Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) program. This position is responsible for all aspects of conducting the CIT Program for all levels of Law Enforcement including: Patrol Officers/Deputies, School Resource Officers, 911 Operators and other Communications Personnel, Detention Officers, Probation & Parole agents. This person will be the link amongst behavioral health providers, consumers, and law enforcement.�The part time specialist will be expected to work about 16 hours per week. The hourly rate�for this position ranges from�$18.00-$20.00, based on experience.�
Benefits of working for Sante:
- Our clinical teams are highly trained and nationally recognized
- We provide training, supervision, and assistance with CEUs and licensing costs
- Work life balance� - we value family, flexibility, and vacation time
- Revise and further develop the CIT training curriculum to meet the needs and demands of the community, mental health and law enforcement agencies.
- Maintain relationship with Cecil County law enforcement agencies including, DOC, Sheriff, municipal police agencies, State Police, DNR, Probation & Parole, DJS, Courts, Behavioral Health community, and other agencies as the program continues to develop.
- Work with the planning committee to develop smaller, more focused trainings for other criminal justice players such as probation/parole officers, dispatchers, and EMS.
- Prepare all training announcements, schedules and class materials.
- Compile evaluation results of the feedback from the CIT classes.
- Maintain accurate tracking system of all CIT Officers by class and by police agency.
- Prepare and submit reports.
- Assist in the recruitment of additional law enforcement agencies for training.
- Develop and conduct presentations for local and national events/conferences.
- Educate and link police agencies to appropriate mental health/substance abuse community resources.
- Maintain all instructor certifications.
- Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, Sociology, Psychology or Communications and one year of related experience working with criminal justice systems or mental health (4 years�of experience in criminal justice may be substituted for Bachelor's Degree)
- Must maintain Maryland Police Training Commission License
- Must be able to work independently as well as within a�team.
- Access to a vehicle with no more than 2 points on Driver's License�
- Proven track record of providing excellent customer service.
- Law enforcement, criminal justice system and logistics�
- Developing and training professionals required
- Knowledge regarding mental health and community based mental health�programs�
The Affiliated Sante Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.