Under the supervision of the Director of Crisis Services and/or MCOT Team Leader, this position will provide a combination of authority functions to include crisis intervention and follow up services, relapse and prevention and screening and referrals to community resources and providers. This position will provide services in both the office and community setting and be able to partner with law enforcement, the medical community, schools, families, and social services agencies in a collaborative effort to assist persons in crisis. This position requires a flexible work day and person able to work both independently and collaboratively.
The individual must possess strong knowledge of the principles, methods, techniques and practices of working with individuals experiencing a behavioral health, substance use, IDD, or co-occurring needs crisis, and have the ability to communicate effectively with diverse cultures and socio-economic populations. Must have skills and experience using integrated computer database programs to access files and document treatment services and the ability to organize and prioritize work assignments. This position requires a flexible workday including on-call shifts and an individual who is able to work both independently and collaboratively.
This position requires a flexible workday including on-call shifts.
|Credentials||Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in the field of human services. Must have a valid Texas Driver’s License and maintain approved driving record throughout employment. Must have skills and experience using integrated computer database programs to access files and document treatment services and the ability to organize and prioritize work assignments. |
Preferred Qualifications: Bilingual in Spanish, Two years case management experience
|Salary Amount||$18.70 - $20.20/hr|
|Closing Date||Open until filled|