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  • Announcement Date: 25 Sep 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: AdmnAsst-UNUNA050-20190925

POSITION OVERVIEW

Facilitates communication among the CS team members, people served by CS and other constituents, often serving as the initial point of contact for persons served calling or visiting the office. As a member of the CS team, performs general secretarial and clerical duties as assigned with the program

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Create and Maintain:

  • A wellness and recovery oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, and person centered planning. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards

RESPONSIBILITIES

Coordinates routine administrative program activities:

  • Maintenance of filing systems/charting system (Qualifacts)
  • Maintenance of a referral list and tracking of referral outreaches
  • Qualifacts:
  • Daily Failed Activity Reports
  • Daily Service Reports
  • Point of Entry completion for all new persons served (including demographics, phone number, and diagnosis)
  • Document scan
  • Typing and data entry
  • Opening and routing mail
  • Appointments and meetings for staff and maintains calendar
  • Copying materials for staff training and other presentations
  • Compiling weekly and monthly report
  • Coordination and completion of workbooks (monthly outcomes)
  • Answering, screening and routing telephone calls including routine and crisis calls from people served by CS
  • Meets and greets persons served, family members and state stakeholders when they visit the office
  • Assists in the collection of program data, as assigned
  • Attends team meetings and in-service trainings as assigned
  • Maintains:
    • The program’s supply inventory
    • Management information and distributes to the other team members
    • Confidentiality of mental health program information, records, etc.
    • Staff attendance records and coordinates staff requests for time off
  • Answers routine correspondence, drafts responses to selected administrative correspondence

Data Entry:

  • Enters all referral information in accordance with Administrative office timeline
  • Enters all statistical data collection and prepares weekly, monthly and quarterly reports in accordance with Administrative office timeline

Monitors:

  • All invoicing from vendors for accuracy
  • Returns
  • Invoices for credits due
  • Prepares vouchers for vendor payments
  • Performs all other duties as related to administrative/secretarial position
  • Monitors Fleet Management, Health and Safety, ADP compliance

E-Mail:

  • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner
  • Distributes staff related e-mail correspondence

Scope of Responsibility:

  • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, regulations, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency

Decision-Making:

  • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

REQUIREMENTS

Education/Certifications:

  • High School Diploma/G.E.D. required
  • Associates degree preferred

Experience:

  • A minimum of three years secretarial work experience

Driver’s License, Vehicle:

  • Valid driver’s license required

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES

Communication:

  • Ability to proof read correspondence
  • Pleasant telephone manner
  • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Speak, read and write English ( Spanish a plus)

Emotional Skills:

  • Work well as part of a close-knit team
  • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
  • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
  • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn

Intellectual Skills:

  • Manage diverse responsibilities on an ongoing basis
  • Provide administrative and office management support to a 9 person staff daily
  • Excellent multi-tasking skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
  • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

Computer Proficiency:

  • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word
  • Type 40 wpm
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications as related to the position
  • Operate a personal computer to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software

 

    TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION ...
  1. CLICK HERE to open and save the Bridgeway Employment Application Packet.
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  • Announcement Date: 29 Apr 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: CrSvReCo-UNUNA022-20190429

POSITION OVERVIEW

Under the direction of the assigned supervisor utilizes person centered services to help persons served to use the partial care program as a means to integrate into the community to the greatest extent possible. Provides services consistent with the program’s goals and objectives. Implements evidence based practices and assures all services are focused on recovery and wellness.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Create and Maintain:

  • A wellness and recovery oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, and person centered planning. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards

Recovery Coaching:

  • Assures that the person served has access to IMR, WRAP, Career Readiness Assessment, SE and SED
  • Provides person centered services
  • Engages the person in services using Motivational Interviewing skills and works to instill hope
  • Assures that all services provided are focused on the person’s environment of choice outside of the PC program.
  • Provides career and education services for people in the contemplation and preparation stages of change and referral to SE and SED for those in action.

Program Activities:

  • Promotes the psychiatric rehabilitation philosophy and person’s served empowerment by including individuals in all tasks and seeking their input and involvement in running the daily program activities
  • Takes a leadership role in cooperation with persons served and staff to plan, implement and participate in prevocational work area activities; assuring activities are recovery and wellness oriented and focused on use in the person’s natural environment.
  • Develops, implements and participates in formal and informal social and recreational activities and independent living skills groups
  • Facilitates 4-6 groups per week
  • Attends and Participates in staff meetings
  • Drives van as needed
  • Outreach and follow-up contacts as necessary

Chart Management:

  • Carry a caseload of 6-10 (Recovery Coach) active persons served.
  • Works with persons served to assess needs and formulate individual recovery plans
  • Ongoing case management including advocacy, resource development, service coordination,
  • Assumes responsibility for timely case recording, record keeping and facilitating psychiatric consultations

Program Evaluation/Reports:

  • Completes monthly program reports
  • Completes all reports and paperwork required for compliance with funding regulations

Other:

  • Performs other duties as needed including intakes

E-Mail:

  • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read at least once per work day/shift

Scope of Responsibility:

  • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, regulations, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency

Decision-Making:

  • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

REQUIREMENTS

Education/Certifications:

  • Recovery Coach:
    • BA/BS in related field. AA degree in Psych Rehab.
  • Recovery Counselor:
    • Bachelor’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related and two years’ experience or MA/MS degree

Experience:

  • Human service work experience preferred

Driver’s License, Vehicle:

  • Valid driver’s license required
  • No more than one moving violation within the past 12 months

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES

Communication:

  • Demonstrates empathy and respect for people receiving services
  • Counsel individuals using Motivational Interviewing skills
  • Timely documentation, report writing
  • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Speak, read and write English (fluent in Spanish a plus)

Emotional Skills:

  • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
  • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
  • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn

Intellectual Skills:

  • Comprehend hospital/medical records
  • Excellent multi-tasking skills and an ability to manages diverse responsibilities
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
  • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

Computer Proficiency:

  • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications and technology as related to the position
  • Operate a personal computer, (including computer accessories) and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

    TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION ...
  1. CLICK HERE to open and save the Bridgeway Employment Application Packet.
  2. ONCE SAVED, complete the Application Packet locally on your computer, and SAVE AGAIN!

  3. Identify your upload as: [ Application Packet ] - [ Resume ] - [ Cover Letter ] - [ Other ]
  4. Enter only your LAST NAME here:
  5. Upload your file by clicking the 'Submit' button:
     
  • Announcement Date: 7 Mar 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: CoOcClin-BEHAA009-20190307

POSITION OVERVIEW:

Masters level clinical lead for the team, provides supervision, and skill assessment/skill teaching for team members. In collaboration with team leader and wellness clinician, ensures that clinical interventions are effective, stage based and tied directly to the recovery goal plans of the people receiving services. As part of a multi-disciplinary, core services team, provides assessment and direct service to people with seriously and persistently mentally illness who are enrolled in the PACT Program.

Assesses history and current needs and preferences of the person served in the areas of mental health and substance use. Works with the person served and the team to develop integrated mental health and substance use treatment goals and interventions. Provides clinical leadership for PACT staff in the area of dual disorder treatment.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Create and Maintain:

  • A wellness and recovery-oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, and person-centered planning. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards

Provides:

  • Clinical supervision and direction to the PACT team, emphasizing a peer clinical supervision approach and using individual supervision as needed
  • Substance abuse assessment, comprehensive assessment and an individualized recovery plan, often focusing on the substance abuse treatment needs of the person receiving services
  • Technical assistance, leadership and education to members of the team in the area of co-occurring disorders. Develops co-occurring disorders materials and strategies for individual and group interventions, in conjunction with the team
  • Technical assistance and education to members of the team in reference to best clinical practices. Utilizes best practices materials and strategies for individual and group interventions, in conjunction with the team
  • Training and supervision in Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Techniques and skills
  • In-vivo training and supervision to PACT staff
  • Orientation to new staff on PACT services and recovery-based interventions
  • Facilitates team’s weekly clinical meeting
  • Implementation of the Integrated Dual Disorder Evidenced-Based Practice
  • Mental health education, community living skill training and supportive counseling in the home and other natural environments to persons served and significant others, often focusing on substance abuse education needs of the consumer
  • Symptom assessment and management, medication monitoring, medication education and monitoring of side effects
  • Crisis intervention services for persons served with acute psychiatric needs whose circumstances and conditions require rapid intervention. Stages wise treatment is provided utilizing motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral techniques.
  • 24 hour on-call coverage on a rotating schedule
  • Rapid and flexible response to crisis, including but not limited to: accompanying the person to the local screening center or psychiatric emergency service and remaining with the person during the assessment process
  • Assess individuals’ daily living skills, and teach individuals needed skills in the areas of budgeting, cooking, laundry, cleaning, shopping, personal hygiene, community transportation, self-advocacy and ways to maintain housing
  • Support to assist persons served to find and maintain employment and/or education/training
  • Outreach to newly enrolled individuals and encourages those reluctant to accept mental health services through interventions with them and/or family members and friends concerned with the their welfare

Coordinates:

  • Documentation for charts assigned as directed by supervisor(s)
  • Timely documentation and the inclusion of family and/or significant others as permitted by person served

Responsible:

  • For co-facilitating clinical meetings
  • Orientating new staff to PACT services
  • Ensuring that clinical interventions are evidence based, stage based and lead to recovery goal attainment

Participates:

  • Within the team, in the development of clinical assessment, comprehensive assessment and a Recovery Plan, often focusing on clinical needs of the person receiving services

Implements:

  • Staff development activities with help from the team including orientation of new staff, in-service training, individual supervision and staff performance appraisal

Consults:

  • with other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the persons served

Email:

  • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read once per work day/shift

Scope of Responsibility:

  • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency

Decision Making:

  • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

REQUIREMENTS

Education/Certifications:

  • Masters degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area required
  • MSW, LPC, CPRP, preferred
  • CAC OR CADC required( an equivalent license may be substituted with an approval by DMHAS) or must be attained within three years of hire into the position.

Experience:

  • 3 years paid progressive work experience with people who have serious mental illness and at least one year in providing mental health supervision
  • Two years experience working with individuals with co-occurring disorders or substance abusers required

Driver’s License/Vehicle:

  • Valid driver’s license required
  • No more than one moving violation in the past twelve months
  • Vehicle required

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES

Communication:

  • Group facilitation of multi-disciplinary team members
  • Demonstrates empathy and respect toward people served and their families
  • Conveys hopefulness toward people served and their families
  • Non-judgmental manner
  • Chart recording, report writing
  • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Appropriate conflict resolution skills
  • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish speaking preferred)

Emotional Skills:

  • Responds calmly to people in crisis
  • Works well as a part of a close-knit team
  • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
  • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
  • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn

Intellectual Skills:

  • Comprehend hospital/medical records
  • Manages diverse responsibilities
  • Excellent multi-tasking skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
  • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

COMPUTER PROFICIENCY

Agency Computer use:

  • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications as related to the position.
  • Operate a personal computer and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

    TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION ...
  1. CLICK HERE to open and save the Bridgeway Employment Application Packet.
  2. ONCE SAVED, complete the Application Packet locally on your computer, and SAVE AGAIN!

  3. Identify your upload as: [ Application Packet ] - [ Resume ] - [ Cover Letter ] - [ Other ]
  4. Enter only your LAST NAME here:
  5. Upload your file by clicking the 'Submit' button:
     
  • Announcement Date: 28 Aug 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: CoOcSpec-PALIB038-20190828

POSITION OVERVIEW

As part of a multi-disciplinary, core services team, provides assessment and direct service to individuals with seriously and persistently mentally illness who are enrolled in the PACT Program. Assesses history and current needs and preferences of the person served in the areas of mental health and substance use. Works with the person served and the team to develop integrated mental health and substance use treatment goals and interventions. Provides clinical leadership for PACT staff in the area of dual disorder treatment.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Create and Maintain:
    • A wellness and recovery-oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, and person centered planning and evidence based practices. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
    • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards
  • Participates:
    • As a team member in the frequent monitoring and assessment of the mental health status of people served as well as related variables, including significant others, the home and the community in which the person served lives
    • Within the team, in the development of substance abuse assessment, comprehensive assessment and an individualized recovery plan, often focusing on substance abuse treatment needs of the person receiving services
    • In clinical and non-clinical team meetings, including individual and team supervision
  • Provides:
    • Mental health education, community living skills training and supportive counseling in the home and other natural environments to persons served and significant others, often focusing on substance abuse education needs of the person served
    • Symptom assessment and management, medication monitoring, medication education and monitoring of side effects
    • Crisis intervention services for persons served with acute psychiatric needs whose circumstances and conditions require rapid intervention. Stages wise treatment is provided utilizing motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral techniques.
    • 24-hour on-call coverage on a rotating schedule
    • Rapid and flexible response to crisis, including but not limited to: accompanying the person to the local screening center or psychiatric emergency service and remaining with the person during the assessment process
    • Outreach to newly enrolled individuals and encourages those reluctant to accept mental health services through interventions with them and/or family members and friends concerned with the their welfare
    • Technical assistance and education to members of the team in the area of co-occurring disorders. Develops co-occurring disorders materials and strategies for individual and group interventions, in conjunction with the team
    • Training and supervision in Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Techniques and skills
    • In-vivo training and supervision to PACT staff
    • Orientation to new staff on PACT services and recovery-based interventions
    • And facilitates team’s weekly clinical meeting
    • Implementation of the Integrated Dual Disorder Evidenced-Based Practice
    • Assess individuals’ daily living skills, and teach individuals needed skills in the areas of budgeting, cooking, laundry, cleaning, shopping, personal hygiene, community transportation, self-advocacy and ways to maintain housing
    • Support to assist persons served to find and maintain employment and/or education/training
  • Consults:
    • With other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the persons served
  • Coordinates and Monitors:
    • Documentation for charts assigned as directed by supervisor(s).Timely documentation and the inclusion of family and/or significant others as permitted by person served
  • E-Mail:
    • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read at least once per work day/shift
  • Scope of Responsibility:
    • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, regulations, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency
  • Decision-Making:
    • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Education/Certifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area required
    • CAC or CADC required or must be attained within three years of hire into the position.
    • Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area preferred
  • Experience:
    • Two years paid post degree work experience in mental health preferred
    • Two years’ experience working with individuals with co-occurring disorders or substance abusers required
  • Driver’s License, Vehicle:
    • Valid driver’s license required
    • No more than one moving violation within the past 12 months
    • Vehicle required

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES

  • Communication:
    • Demonstrates empathy and respect toward persons served
    • Conveys hopefulness toward persons served
    • Non-judgmental manner
    • Chart recording, report writing
    • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Appropriate conflict resolution skills
    • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish speaking preferred)
  • Emotional Skills:
    • Responds calmly to individuals in crisis
    • Works well as part of a closely knit team
    • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
    • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
    • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn
  • Intellectual Skills:
    • Comprehend hospital/medical records
    • Manages diverse responsibilities
    • Excellent multi-tasking skills
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
    • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously
  • Computer Proficiency:
    • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
    • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications and technology as related to the position
    • Operate a personal computer, (including computer accessories) and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

 

    TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION ...
  1. CLICK HERE to open and save the Bridgeway Employment Application Packet.
  2. ONCE SAVED, complete the Application Packet locally on your computer, and SAVE AGAIN!

  3. Identify your upload as: [ Application Packet ] - [ Resume ] - [ Cover Letter ] - [ Other ]
  4. Enter only your LAST NAME here:
  5. Upload your file by clicking the 'Submit' button:
     
  • Announcement Date: 21 May 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: CoOcSpec-UNPLA025-20190521

POSITION OVERVIEW

As part of a multi-disciplinary, core services team, provides assessment and direct service to individuals with seriously and persistently mentally illness who are enrolled in the PACT Program. Assesses history and current needs and preferences of the person served in the areas of mental health and substance use. Works with the person served and the team to develop integrated mental health and substance use treatment goals and interventions. Provides clinical leadership for PACT staff in the area of dual disorder treatment.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Create and Maintain:
    • A wellness and recovery-oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, and person centered planning and evidence based practices. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
    • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards
  • Participates:
    • As a team member in the frequent monitoring and assessment of the mental health status of people served as well as related variables, including significant others, the home and the community in which the person served lives
    • Within the team, in the development of substance abuse assessment, comprehensive assessment and an individualized recovery plan, often focusing on substance abuse treatment needs of the person receiving services
    • In clinical and non-clinical team meetings, including individual and team supervision
  • Provides:
    • Mental health education, community living skills training and supportive counseling in the home and other natural environments to persons served and significant others, often focusing on substance abuse education needs of the person served
    • Symptom assessment and management, medication monitoring, medication education and monitoring of side effects
    • Crisis intervention services for persons served with acute psychiatric needs whose circumstances and conditions require rapid intervention. Stages wise treatment is provided utilizing motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral techniques.
    • 24-hour on-call coverage on a rotating schedule
    • Rapid and flexible response to crisis, including but not limited to: accompanying the person to the local screening center or psychiatric emergency service and remaining with the person during the assessment process
    • Outreach to newly enrolled individuals and encourages those reluctant to accept mental health services through interventions with them and/or family members and friends concerned with the their welfare
    • Technical assistance and education to members of the team in the area of co-occurring disorders. Develops co-occurring disorders materials and strategies for individual and group interventions, in conjunction with the team
    • Training and supervision in Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Techniques and skills
    • In-vivo training and supervision to PACT staff
    • Orientation to new staff on PACT services and recovery-based interventions
    • And facilitates team’s weekly clinical meeting
    • Implementation of the Integrated Dual Disorder Evidenced-Based Practice
    • Assess individuals’ daily living skills, and teach individuals needed skills in the areas of budgeting, cooking, laundry, cleaning, shopping, personal hygiene, community transportation, self-advocacy and ways to maintain housing
    • Support to assist persons served to find and maintain employment and/or education/training
  • Consults:
    • With other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the persons served
  • Coordinates and Monitors:
    • Documentation for charts assigned as directed by supervisor(s).Timely documentation and the inclusion of family and/or significant others as permitted by person served
  • E-Mail:
    • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read at least once per work day/shift
  • Scope of Responsibility:
    • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, regulations, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency
  • Decision-Making:
    • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Education/Certifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area required
    • CAC or CADC required or must be attained within three years of hire into the position.
    • Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area preferred
  • Experience:
    • Two years paid post degree work experience in mental health preferred
    • Two years’ experience working with individuals with co-occurring disorders or substance abusers required
  • Driver’s License, Vehicle:
    • Valid driver’s license required
    • No more than one moving violation within the past 12 months
    • Vehicle required

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES

  • Communication:
    • Demonstrates empathy and respect toward persons served
    • Conveys hopefulness toward persons served
    • Non-judgmental manner
    • Chart recording, report writing
    • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Appropriate conflict resolution skills
    • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish speaking preferred)
  • Emotional Skills:
    • Responds calmly to individuals in crisis
    • Works well as part of a closely knit team
    • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
    • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
    • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn
  • Intellectual Skills:
    • Comprehend hospital/medical records
    • Manages diverse responsibilities
    • Excellent multi-tasking skills
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
    • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously
  • Computer Proficiency:
    • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
    • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications and technology as related to the position
    • Operate a personal computer, (including computer accessories) and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

 

    TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION ...
  1. CLICK HERE to open and save the Bridgeway Employment Application Packet.
  2. ONCE SAVED, complete the Application Packet locally on your computer, and SAVE AGAIN!

  3. Identify your upload as: [ Application Packet ] - [ Resume ] - [ Cover Letter ] - [ Other ]
  4. Enter only your LAST NAME here:
  5. Upload your file by clicking the 'Submit' button:
     
  • Announcement Date: 5 Aug 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: DRecovSp-UNELB035-20190805

POSITION OVERVIEW:

As part of a multi-disciplinary, core services team, provides assessment and direct service to individuals with seriously and persistently mentally illness who are enrolled in the PACT Program. Assesses history and current needs and preferences of the person served in the areas of mental health and substance use. Works with the person served and the team to develop integrated mental health and substance use treatment goals and interventions. Provides clinical leadership for PACT staff in the area of dual disorder treatment.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Create and Maintain:

  • A wellness and recovery oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, and person centered planning, and evidence based practices. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards

Participates:

  • As a team member in the frequent monitoring and assessment of the mental health status of people served as well as related variables, including significant others, the home and the community in which the person served lives
  • Within the team, in the development of substance abuse assessment, comprehensive assessment and an individualized recovery plan, often focusing on substance abuse treatment needs of the person receiving services
  • In clinical and non-clinical team meetings, including individual and team supervision

Provides:

  • Mental health education, community living skills training and supportive counseling in the home and other natural environments to persons served and significant others, often focusing on substance abuse education needs of the person served
  • Symptom assessment and management, medication monitoring, medication education and monitoring of side effects
  • Crisis intervention services for persons served with acute psychiatric needs whose circumstances and conditions require rapid intervention. Stages wise treatment is provided utilizing motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral techniques.
  • 24-hour on-call coverage on a rotating schedule
  • Rapid and flexible response to crisis, including but not limited to: accompanying the person to the local screening center or psychiatric emergency service and remaining with the person during the assessment process
  • Outreach to newly enrolled individuals and encourages those reluctant to accept mental health services through interventions with them and/or family members and friends concerned with the their welfare
  • Technical assistance and education to members of the team in the area of co-occurring disorders. Develops co-occurring disorders materials and strategies for individual and group interventions, in conjunction with the team
  • Training and supervision in Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Techniques and skills
  • In-vivo training and supervision to PACT staff
  • Orientation to new staff on PACT services and recovery-based interventions
  • And facilitates team’s weekly clinical meeting
  • Implementation of the Integrated Dual Disorder Evidenced-Based Practice
  • Assess individuals’ daily living skills, and teach individuals needed skills in the areas of budgeting, cooking, laundry, cleaning, shopping, personal hygiene, community transportation, self-advocacy and ways to maintain housing
  • Support to assist persons served to find and maintain employment and/or education/training

Consults:

  • With other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the persons served

Coordinates and Monitors:

  • Documentation for charts assigned as directed by supervisor(s).Timely documentation and the inclusion of family and/or significant others as permitted by person served

Email:

  • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read once per work day/shift

Scope of Responsibility:

  • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency

Decision-Making:

  • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

REQUIREMENTS

Education/Certifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area required
  • CAC or CADC required or must be attained within three years of hire into the position.
  • Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area preferred

Experience:

  • Two years paid post degree work experience in mental health preferred
  • Two years’ experience working with individuals with co-occurring disorders or substance abusers required

Driver’s License/Vehicle:

  • Valid driver’s license required
  • No more than one moving violation in the past twelve months
  • Vehicle required

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES

Communication:

  • Demonstrates empathy and respect toward persons served
  • Conveys hopefulness toward persons served
  • Non-judgmental manner
  • Chart recording, report writing
  • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Appropriate conflict resolution skills
  • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish speaking preferred)

Emotional Skills:

  • Responds calmly to people in crisis
  • Works well as a part of a close-knit team
  • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
  • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
  • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn

Intellectual Skills:

  • Comprehend hospital/medical records
  • Manages diverse responsibilities
  • Excellent multi-tasking skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
  • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

Agency Computer Use:

  • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications as related to the position.
  • Operate a personal computer and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

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  • Announcement Date: 25 Sep 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: DRecovSp-MIFOA053-20190925

POSITION OVERVIEW:

Under the direction of the licensed Director of RIST, provides intensive integrated dual recovery services, individual and group treatment service, outreach, referral and case management to adults with co-occurring disorders.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Create and Maintain:

  • A wellness and recovery oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, and person centered planning, and evidence based practices. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards

Job Duties:

  • Engages people receiving services in the treatment process.
  • Conducts assessments using the ASI, SATS and other tools as needed.
  • Provides Stage-Based counseling using motivational interviewing, CBT, 12 Step principles and behavioral interventions.
  • Facilitates range of Co Occurring recovery groups.
  • Provides integrated Dual Recovery treatment.
  • Provides medication education.
  • Provides Career Readiness Assessments.
  • Provide culturally competent services.
  • Establishes and implements treatment interventions.
  • Refers to appropriate services, i.e., detox. Rehab. AA/NA, HIV services etc.
  • Completes all documentation in a timely manner.

Service Coordination:

  • Acts as a liaison for the persons served as they move through the treatment system. This includes transporting and accompanying individuals to appointments.
  • Maintains contact with other service providers to encourage referrals and insure effective coordination of services.
  • Participates in discharge meetings, etc. and meets with other service providers as necessary to assist in coordinating treatment planning and interventions.
  • Refers to necessary legal services.
  • Coordinates services with the criminal justice system as needed.

Public Relations:

  • Establishes contact and positive working relationships with local mental health, alcohol/substance abuse and co-occurring treatment providers through periodic visits and phone calls.
  • Attends Co-Occurring Network meetings as directed by the Director.

Direct Co-Occurring Services:

  • Provides dual recovery treatment in-group and individual setting.
  • Performs co-occurring intake assessments as needed.
  • Will participate in supervision with in scheduled supervision session with a licensed supervisor.

Program Evaluation:

  • Completes all statistical reports related to services.
  • Performs other duties as needed

Email:

  • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read once per work day/shift

Scope of Responsibility:

  • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency

Decision-Making:

  • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

REQUIREMENTS

Education/Certifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in psychology, counseling, social work or related area required; Master’s degree preferred.
  • CADC or CAC eligible within three years of hire and two years paid progressive work experience in substance abuse/mental health field required. Experience as a person in recovery preferred.

Experience:

  • A minimum of 2 years paid, progressive work experience in co-occurring/Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment services or human service experience with strong knowledge of addictions.

Disclosure:

  • Those who disclose they are in recovery must have two years clean time.

Driver’s License/Vehicle:

  • Valid driver’s license required
  • No more than one moving violation in the past twelve months

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES

Communication:

  • Demonstrates empathy and respect toward persons served
  • Complete all documentation in an efficient and effective manner.
  • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Speak, read and write English, Bilingual Spanish preferred

Emotional Skills:

  • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
  • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
  • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn

Intellectual Skills:

  • Comprehend hospital/medical records
  • Manages diverse responsibilities
  • Excellent multi-tasking skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
  • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

Agency Computer Use:

  • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications as related to the position.
  • Operate a personal computer and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

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  • Announcement Date: 25 Sep 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: OutrSpec-HTANA055-20190925

POSITION OVERVIEW

Under the direction of the Director of Homeless and Housing Services, provides supportive services to individuals who are homeless and have a mental health diagnosis in Union County.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Create and Maintain:

  • A wellness and recovery oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, and person centered planning. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards

Supportive Services:

  • Provides intensive outreach to individuals in the streets, shelters, and anywhere designated that homeless individuals may congregate.
  • Coordinates the care for approximately twelve to fifteen individuals, providing advocacy, housing search, mental health education, daily living skill training, and supportive counseling
  • Accompanies individuals to all initial appointments and provides transportation when necessary
  • Coordinates referrals and linkages to housing, mental health, substance abuse; medical and various social service providers as needed for the individual.
  • Utilize evidenced based practices, including motivational interviewing, CBT skills, IMR, and Career Development, when engaging individuals with their recovery.
  • Provides frequent face-to-face contact in order to engage and maintain individual with services and housing
  • Provides on-going intensive support for a period of 3-6 months
  • Coordinates the development of the Individual recovery plan for each individuals
  • Participates in the rotation of on-call services to homeless individuals

Coordination of Services:

  • Maintains contact with service providers to encourage referrals and insure effective coordination of services
  • Participates in weekly supervision to review cases and issues related to level of service

Program Evaluation/Reporting:

  • Submits a daily report of face to face contacts and linkages provided
  • Submits hospitalization domain forms on a monthly basis.
  • performs other duties as needed

E-Mail:

  • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read at least once per work day/shift

Scope of Responsibility:

  • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, regulations, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency

Decision-Making:

  • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

REQUIREMENTS

Education/Certifications:

  • Homeless Outreach Counselor
    • Bachelor’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area. CAC, CRC, BSW
    • Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area. CAC, CRC, MSW preferred

Experience:

  • 2 years paid progressive work experience in human services required with a t least one year in mental health.
  • 2 years additional paid work experience in mental health substitutes for a bachelor’s degree

Driver’s License, Vehicle:

  • Valid driver’s license required
  • No more than one moving violation in the past twelve months
  • Vehicle required

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES

Communication:

  • Demonstrates empathy and respect towards clients
  • Counsels individuals
  • Case recording, report writing
  • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish preferred)

Emotional Skills:

  • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
  • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
  • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn

Intellectual Skills:

  • Comprehend hospital/medical records
  • Manages diverse responsibilities
  • Excellent multi-tasking skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
  • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

Computer Proficiency:

  • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications and technology as related to the position
  • Operate a personal computer, (including computer accessories) and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

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  • Announcement Date: 25 Sep 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: OutrSpec-UNELB056-20190925

POSITION OVERVIEW

Under the direction of the Director of Homeless and Housing Services, provides supportive services to individuals who are homeless and have a mental health diagnosis in Union County.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Create and Maintain:

  • A wellness and recovery oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, and person centered planning. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards

Supportive Services:

  • Provides intensive outreach to individuals in the streets, shelters, and anywhere designated that homeless individuals may congregate.
  • Coordinates the care for approximately twelve to fifteen individuals, providing advocacy, housing search, mental health education, daily living skill training, and supportive counseling
  • Accompanies individuals to all initial appointments and provides transportation when necessary
  • Coordinates referrals and linkages to housing, mental health, substance abuse; medical and various social service providers as needed for the individual.
  • Utilize evidenced based practices, including motivational interviewing, CBT skills, IMR, and Career Development, when engaging individuals with their recovery.
  • Provides frequent face-to-face contact in order to engage and maintain individual with services and housing
  • Provides on-going intensive support for a period of 3-6 months
  • Coordinates the development of the Individual recovery plan for each individuals
  • Participates in the rotation of on-call services to homeless individuals

Coordination of Services:

  • Maintains contact with service providers to encourage referrals and insure effective coordination of services
  • Participates in weekly supervision to review cases and issues related to level of service

Program Evaluation/Reporting:

  • Submits a daily report of face to face contacts and linkages provided
  • Submits hospitalization domain forms on a monthly basis.
  • performs other duties as needed

E-Mail:

  • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read at least once per work day/shift

Scope of Responsibility:

  • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, regulations, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency

Decision-Making:

  • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

REQUIREMENTS

Education/Certifications:

  • Homeless Outreach Counselor
    • Bachelor’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area. CAC, CRC, BSW
    • Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area. CAC, CRC, MSW preferred

Experience:

  • 2 years paid progressive work experience in human services required with a t least one year in mental health.
  • 2 years additional paid work experience in mental health substitutes for a bachelor’s degree

Driver’s License, Vehicle:

  • Valid driver’s license required
  • No more than one moving violation in the past twelve months
  • Vehicle required

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES

Communication:

  • Demonstrates empathy and respect towards clients
  • Counsels individuals
  • Case recording, report writing
  • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish preferred)

Emotional Skills:

  • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
  • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
  • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn

Intellectual Skills:

  • Comprehend hospital/medical records
  • Manages diverse responsibilities
  • Excellent multi-tasking skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
  • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

Computer Proficiency:

  • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications and technology as related to the position
  • Operate a personal computer, (including computer accessories) and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

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  • Announcement Date: 9 Sep 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: HRRecrtr-UNELA042-20190909

POSITION OVERVIEW:

This dynamic position is integral to the Human Resources function at Bridgeway. Flexibility, creativity and rapid response in customer service are critical to this position. The focus of the recruiter is to ensure that the entire hiring process is rapid, proactive, and responsive to organizational needs, is integrated with the HR department, has a high degree of community visibility, and works in consort with the management team.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Create and Maintain:

  • A wellness and recovery-oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, and person centered planning, and evidence based practices. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards

Advertisement and Outreach:

  • Review the Personnel Requisition Form and contact program supervisors to coordinate job listings
  • Internally post all job openings
  • Externally advertise job openings using traditional and creative methods
  • Update job openings on the Bridgeway website
  • Process invoices for advertising costs
  • Develop and maintain relationships with university departments, professional associations and other organizations where job candidates can be found
  • Attend job fairs, conferences and other events to market Bridgeway as an exemplary employer

Manage Application Process:

  • Regularly and rapidly collect and screen resume’s and CV’s
  • Conduct phone and/or in person initial interviews
  • Rapid deployment of candidates to program supervisory staff
  • Distribute all resume’s or CV’s for supervisory level applicants and psychiatrist applications to the appropriate program director
  • Maintain contact with the program throughout the hiring process
  • Conduct reference checks for applicants
  • Ensure that the Program Director initiates the PAF for all applicants who are to be hired
  • Send letters to applicants who are interviewed and not chosen for employment
  • Work collaboratively with HR Director for smooth transition of those hired into the orientation process.
  • In the conjunction with the HR Administrative Assistant/Recruitment Specialist, Mail new hire packets to all persons who have been offered and have accepted employment.

Track:

  • Track the recruiting/hiring process for trends and outcome measures by using an applicant flow sheet

Update:

  • Coordinate the update of job descriptions, as necessary to the recruitment process, with Program Directors

Email:

  • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read once per work day/shift

Scope of Responsibility:

  • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency

Decision-Making:

  • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

REQUIREMENTS

Education/Certifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Personnel/Human Resources or a Mental Health Related Field. CPRP required, OR must be obtained within one year of hire if the candidate does not enter the position with this credential

Experience:

  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience working as a psychiatric rehabilitation practitioner and at least 1 year of experience in human resources, recruiting, hiring, and public speaking/presenting. 4 years’ work experience with an associate’s degree will substitute for the Bachelor’s Degree.

Driver’s License/Vehicle:

  • Valid driver’s license required
  • No more than one moving violation in the past twelve months

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES

Communication:

  • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish speaking preferred)

Emotional Skills:

  • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
  • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
  • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn

Intellectual Skills:

  • Excellent multi-tasking skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
  • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

Agency Computer Use:

  • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications as related to the position.
  • Operate a personal computer and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

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  • Announcement Date: 12 Sep 2018
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: PsycNurs-BEHAA010-20180912

POSITION OVERVIEW:

As part of a multi-disciplinary, core services team, provides nursing assessment, direct-support services and primary health care to seriously and persistently mentally ill individuals who are enrolled in the PACT Program. 

Provides support and education to other team members in nursing/medical treatment and health care

 

Essential Job Functions

  • Create and Maintain:
    • A wellness and recovery-oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, person centered planning and evidence based practices.  All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards
    • responsibilities:
      • Participates:
        • As a team member in the frequent monitoring and assessment of the mental and physical health status of people served
        • Within the team in the development of a nursing assessment, comprehensive assessment and an individualized recovery plan, providing knowledge and expertise from the nursing discipline
      • Provides and Monitors:
        • Mental and physical health education, community living skill training and supportive counseling in the home and other natural environments to people served and significant others, often focusing on psychiatric medications, side-effects and physical health care
        • Crisis intervention services for people served with acute psychiatric needs whose circumstances and conditions require rapid intervention
        • 24-hour on-call coverage on a rotating schedule
      • Rapid and flexible response to crisis, including but not limited to: accompanying the person to the local screening center or psychiatric emergency service and remaining with the person during the assessment process
      • Symptom assessment and management, medication monitoring, medication education and monitoring of side effects
        • Outreach to new direct service recipients and encourages reluctant persons to accept mental health services through interventions with person served and/or family members and friends concerned with the person’s welfare
        • Technical assistance and education to members of the team in the area of psychiatric nursing and physical health care 
        • Metabolic Syndrome screening
        • Prepares a medication education curriculum that is presented to non-medical staff on an ongoing basis
        • Administers prescribed medications and injections, draws blood, and prepares laboratory specimens for delivery, if certified to do so
        • Responsible for accurate record-keeping of all medications administered in the Medication Record
        • Adheres to nursing protocols regarding medication administration and storage
        • Consults with other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the person served
        • Assess individuals’ daily living skills, and teach individuals needed skills in the areas of budgeting, cooking, laundry, cleaning, shopping, personal hygiene, community transportation,  self-advocacy and ways to maintain housing
        • Support to assist persons served to find and maintain employment and/or education/training
        •  Documentation charts assigned as directed by supervisor(s)
        • Timely documentation and the inclusion of family and/or significant others as permitted by person served
    • E-mail:
      • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read once per work day/shift

 

  • scope of responsibility:
    • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, regulations, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency

 

  • decision making:
    • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area

 

Requirements

  • Education/Certifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree in nursing preferred
    • Registered Nurse required with valid license in NJ

 

  • Experience
    • Two years paid post degree/certification/license work experience required. One year of psychiatric nursing required

 

  • Drivers License, Vehicle
    • Valid driver’s license required
    • No more than one moving violation within the past 12 months
    • Vehicle required

 

Other Skills/Abilities

  • communication:
    • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish speaking preferred)
    • Demonstrates empathy and respect toward person served
    • Appropriate conflict resolution skills
    • Conveys hopefulness towards person served
    • Non-judgmental manner
    • Case recording
    • Report writing

 

  • emotional skills:
    • Responds calmly to person served in crisis
    • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
    • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
    • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn
    • Works well as part of a closely knit team

 

  • intellectual skills:
    • Comprehend hospital/medical records
    • Manages diverse responsibilities
    • Excellent multi-tasking skills
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
    • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

 

  • computer proficiency:

 

  • Agency Computer use:
    • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications and technology as related to the position.
  • Operate a personal computer (and computer accessories) and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic.

Subcommittee Statement

All employees are required to participate on an agency committee, on a rotating basis.

Mandated Trainings Statement

There are mandatory trainings that all employees must complete which are made available to the employee during their regularly scheduled working hours.  It is the employee’s responsibility to attend mandatory trainings when they are offered by the agency and to complete mandatory web based training in a timely manner.  Employee’s failing to attend mandatory trainings are required to make up the training on their own time and at their own expense, i.e., CPR training.

Confidentiality Statement

Bridgeway Rehabilitation Services, Inc. considers maintaining the security and confidentiality of Protected Health Information (PHI) a matter of its highest priority.

All employees will respect the privacy and rules governing the use of any information that they access or receive, and will only utilize information that is necessary for the performance their job.  Bridgeway employee’s will not make unauthorized copies of information and will not share information with any unauthorized persons.  An employee you will not seek to personally benefit or permit others to benefit personally by any confidential information that is available to you through your work assignments.

At Bridgeway Rehabilitation Services, our job descriptions reflect the general duties considered necessary to perform the principal functions of the job as identified and shall not be considered a detailed description of all work requirements that may be inclusive of your position. Employees are required to disclose conflicts of interest and potential conflicts of interest as defined in policy and ethical guidelines.

 

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  • Announcement Date: 12 Sep 2018
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: PsycNurs-PALIA011-20180912

POSITION OVERVIEW:

As part of a multi-disciplinary, core services team, provides nursing assessment, direct-support services and primary health care to seriously and persistently mentally ill individuals who are enrolled in the PACT Program. 

Provides support and education to other team members in nursing/medical treatment and health care

 

Essential Job Functions

  • Create and Maintain :
    • A wellness and recovery-oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, person centered planning and evidence based practices.  All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards
    • responsibilities:
      • Participates:
        • As a team member in the frequent monitoring and assessment of the mental and physical health status of people served
        • Within the team in the development of a nursing assessment, comprehensive assessment and an individualized recovery plan, providing knowledge and expertise from the nursing discipline
      • Provides and Monitors:
        • Mental and physical health education, community living skill training and supportive counseling in the home and other natural environments to people served and significant others, often focusing on psychiatric medications, side-effects and physical health care
        • Crisis intervention services for people served with acute psychiatric needs whose circumstances and conditions require rapid intervention
        • 24-hour on-call coverage on a rotating schedule
      • Rapid and flexible response to crisis, including but not limited to: accompanying the person to the local screening center or psychiatric emergency service and remaining with the person during the assessment process
      • Symptom assessment and management, medication monitoring, medication education and monitoring of side effects
        • Outreach to new direct service recipients and encourages reluctant persons to accept mental health services through interventions with person served and/or family members and friends concerned with the person’s welfare
        • Technical assistance and education to members of the team in the area of psychiatric nursing and physical health care 
        • Metabolic Syndrome screening
        • Prepares a medication education curriculum that is presented to non-medical staff on an ongoing basis
        • Administers prescribed medications and injections, draws blood, and prepares laboratory specimens for delivery, if certified to do so
        • Responsible for accurate record-keeping of all medications administered in the Medication Record
        • Adheres to nursing protocols regarding medication administration and storage
        • Consults with other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the person served
        • Assess individuals’ daily living skills, and teach individuals needed skills in the areas of budgeting, cooking, laundry, cleaning, shopping, personal hygiene, community transportation,  self-advocacy and ways to maintain housing
        • Support to assist persons served to find and maintain employment and/or education/training
        •  Documentation charts assigned as directed by supervisor(s)
        • Timely documentation and the inclusion of family and/or significant others as permitted by person served
    • E-mail:
      • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read once per work day/shift

 

  • scope of responsibility:
    • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, regulations, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency

 

  • decision making:
    • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area

 

Requirements

  • Education/Certifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree in nursing preferred
    • Registered Nurse required with valid license in NJ

 

  • Experience
    • Two years paid post degree/certification/license work experience required. One year of psychiatric nursing required

 

  • Drivers License, Vehicle
    • Valid driver’s license required
    • No more than one moving violation within the past 12 months
    • Vehicle required

 

Other Skills/Abilities

  • communication:
    • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish speaking preferred)
    • Demonstrates empathy and respect toward person served
    • Appropriate conflict resolution skills
    • Conveys hopefulness towards person served
    • Non-judgmental manner
    • Case recording
    • Report writing

 

  • emotional skills:
    • Responds calmly to person served in crisis
    • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
    • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
    • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn
    • Works well as part of a closely knit team

 

  • intellectual skills:
    • Comprehend hospital/medical records
    • Manages diverse responsibilities
    • Excellent multi-tasking skills
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
    • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

 

  • computer proficiency:

 

  • Agency Computer use:
    • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications and technology as related to the position.
  • Operate a personal computer (and computer accessories) and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic.

Subcommittee Statement

All employees are required to participate on an agency committee, on a rotating basis.

Mandated Trainings Statement

There are mandatory trainings that all employees must complete which are made available to the employee during their regularly scheduled working hours.  It is the employee’s responsibility to attend mandatory trainings when they are offered by the agency and to complete mandatory web based training in a timely manner.  Employee’s failing to attend mandatory trainings are required to make up the training on their own time and at their own expense, i.e., CPR training.

Confidentiality Statement

Bridgeway Rehabilitation Services, Inc. considers maintaining the security and confidentiality of Protected Health Information (PHI) a matter of its highest priority.

All employees will respect the privacy and rules governing the use of any information that they access or receive, and will only utilize information that is necessary for the performance their job.  Bridgeway employee’s will not make unauthorized copies of information and will not share information with any unauthorized persons.  An employee you will not seek to personally benefit or permit others to benefit personally by any confidential information that is available to you through your work assignments.

At Bridgeway Rehabilitation Services, our job descriptions reflect the general duties considered necessary to perform the principal functions of the job as identified and shall not be considered a detailed description of all work requirements that may be inclusive of your position. Employees are required to disclose conflicts of interest and potential conflicts of interest as defined in policy and ethical guidelines.

 

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  • Announcement Date: 7 Mar 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: PsycNurs-PALIA010-20190307

POSITION OVERVIEW:

As part of a multi-disciplinary, core services team, provides nursing assessment, direct-support services and primary health care to seriously and persistently mentally ill individuals who are enrolled in the PACT Program. Provides support and education to other team members in nursing/medical treatment and health care

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Create and Maintain:

  • A wellness and recovery-oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, person centered planning and evidence-based practices. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards

RESPONSIBILITIES

Participates:

  • As a team member in the frequent monitoring and assessment of the mental and physical health status of people served
  • Within the team in the development of a nursing assessment, comprehensive assessment and an individualized recovery plan, providing knowledge and expertise from the nursing discipline

Provides and Monitors:

  • Mental and physical health education, community living skill training and supportive counseling in the home and other natural environments to people served and significant others, often focusing on psychiatric medications, side-effects and physical health care
  • Crisis intervention services for people served with acute psychiatric needs whose circumstances and conditions require rapid intervention
  • 24-hour on-call coverage on a rotating schedule
  • Rapid and flexible response to crisis, including but not limited to: accompanying the person to the local screening center or psychiatric emergency service and remaining with the person during the assessment process
  • Symptom assessment and management, medication monitoring, medication education and monitoring of side effects
  • Outreach to new direct service recipients and encourages reluctant persons to accept mental health services through interventions with person served and/or family members and friends concerned with the person’s welfare
  • Technical assistance and education to members of the team in the area of psychiatric nursing and physical health care
  • Metabolic Syndrome screening
  • Prepares a medication education curriculum that is presented to non-medical staff on an ongoing basis
  • Administers prescribed medications and injections, draws blood, and prepares laboratory specimens for delivery, if certified to do so
  • Responsible for accurate record-keeping of all medications administered in the Medication Record
  • Adheres to nursing protocols regarding medication administration and storage
  • Consults with other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the person served
  • Assess individuals’ daily living skills, and teach individuals needed skills in the areas of budgeting, cooking, laundry, cleaning, shopping, personal hygiene, community transportation, self-advocacy and ways to maintain housing
  • Support to assist persons served to find and maintain employment and/or education/training
  • Documentation charts assigned as directed by supervisor(s)
  • Timely documentation and the inclusion of family and/or significant others as permitted by person served

E-mail:

  • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read once per work day/shift

Scope of Responsibility:

  • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, regulations, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency

Decision Making:

  • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area

REQUIREMENTS

Education/Certifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in nursing preferred
  • Registered Nurse required with valid license in NJ

Experience:

  • Two years paid post degree/certification/license work experience required. One year of psychiatric nursing required

Drivers License, Vehicle:

  • Valid driver’s license required
  • No more than one moving violation within the past 12 months
  • Vehicle required

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES

Communication:

  • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish speaking preferred)
  • Demonstrates empathy and respect toward person served
  • Appropriate conflict resolution skills
  • Conveys hopefulness towards person served
  • Non-judgmental manner
  • Case recording
  • Report writing

Emotional Skills:

  • Responds calmly to person served in crisis
  • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
  • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
  • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn
  • Works well as part of a close-knit team

Intellectual Skills:

  • Comprehend hospital/medical records
  • Manages diverse responsibilities
  • Excellent multi-tasking skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
  • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

COMPUTER PROFICIENCY

Agency Computer Use:

  • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications and technology as related to the position.
  • Operate a personal computer (and computer accessories) and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

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  • Announcement Date: 25 Sep 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: RehabCBR-UNELD048-20190925

POSITION OVERVIEW

Under the direction of the assigned supervisor utilizes person centered services to help persons served to use the partial care program as a means to integrate into the community to the greatest extent possible. Provides services consistent with the program’s goals and objectives. Implements evidence based practices and assures all services are focused on recovery and wellness.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Create and Maintain:

  • A wellness and recovery oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, and person centered planning. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards

Recovery Coaching:

  • Assures that the person served has access to IMR, WRAP, Career Readiness Assessment, SE and SED
  • Provides person centered services
  • Engages the person in services using Motivational Interviewing skills and works to instill hope
  • Assures that all services provided are focused on the person’s environment of choice outside of the PC program.
  • Provides career and education services for people in the contemplation and preparation stages of change and referral to SE and SED for those in action.

Program Activities:

  • Promotes the psychiatric rehabilitation philosophy and person’s served empowerment by including individuals in all tasks and seeking their input and involvement in running the daily program activities
  • Takes a leadership role in cooperation with persons served and staff to plan, implement and participate in prevocational work area activities; assuring activities are recovery and wellness oriented and focused on use in the person’s natural environment.
  • Develops, implements and participates in formal and informal social and recreational activities and independent living skills groups
  • Facilitates 4-6 groups per week
  • Attends and Participates in staff meetings
  • Drives van as needed
  • Outreach and follow-up contacts as necessary

Chart Management:

  • Carry a caseload of 16-20 (Rehabilitation Counselor) active persons served.
  • Works with persons served to assess needs and formulate individual recovery plans
  • Ongoing case management including advocacy, resource development, service coordination,
  • Assumes responsibility for timely case recording, record keeping and facilitating psychiatric consultations

Program Evaluation/Reports:

  • Completes monthly program reports
  • Completes all reports and paperwork required for compliance with funding regulations

Other:

  • Performs other duties as needed including intakes

E-Mail:

  • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read at least once per work day/shift

Scope of Responsibility:

  • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, regulations, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency

Decision-Making:

  • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

REQUIREMENTS

Education/Certifications:

  • Recovery Coach:
    • BA/BS in related field. AA degree in Psych Rehab.
  • Recovery Counselor:
    • Bachelor’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related and two years’ experience or MA/MS degree

Experience:

  • Human service work experience preferred

Driver’s License, Vehicle:

  • Valid driver’s license required
  • No more than one moving violation within the past 12 months

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES

Communication:

  • Demonstrates empathy and respect for people receiving services
  • Counsel individuals using Motivational Interviewing skills
  • Timely documentation, report writing
  • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Speak, read and write English (fluent in Spanish a plus)

Emotional Skills:

  • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
  • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
  • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn

Intellectual Skills:

  • Comprehend hospital/medical records
  • Excellent multi-tasking skills and an ability to manages diverse responsibilities
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
  • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

Computer Proficiency:

  • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications and technology as related to the position
  • Operate a personal computer, (including computer accessories) and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

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  • Announcement Date: 02 Jul 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: SrCnsBRU-UNELD029-20190702

POSITION OVERVIEW

Under the direction of the Partial Care Intake Team Leader, responsible for the operation of a psychiatric rehabilitation prevocational unit; administrative, educational and evaluative aspects of supervision.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Systems/Administrative:
    • Assure chart compliance
    • Audits attendance verification and assures Medicaid billing is accurate
    • Assists in developing and writing policies and procedures
    • Coordinates agency activities and helps plan special events
    • Develops and utilizes all resources for member rehabilitation
    • Plans and presents in-service training
    • Helps screen prospective job applicants
    • Provides staff support, leadership and professional guidance
  • Create and Maintain:
    • A wellness and recovery oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, and person centered planning, and evidence based practices. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • Unit Programming:
    • Oversees the unit work activities, groups, case management services, caseload and unit staff
    • Promotes the therapeutic community by role modeling and stating agency philosophy for staff and members
    • Facilitates services coordination within the agency
    • Coordinates referrals to Career Services when deemed appropriate
    • Coordinates psychiatric consultations
    • Ensures and monitors sponsorship for all unit members
    • Closes cases and ensures appropriate follow-up services
    • Monitors unit budget; completes monthly statistics
    • Coordinates clerical duties in Business Unit (obtaining signatures, filing and shredding of paperwork)
    • Coordinates research group projects and trips in the community (assisting with surveys for other programs, analyzing data provided by the agency)
    • Management of program outcome spreadsheets and statistics
  • Staff Supervision:
    • Orients new staff and teaches them to use ECR and procedures for documentation and compliance.
    • Plans staff schedules to ensure good time utilization and equitable work distribution
    • Provides on-going individual supervision to promote provision of appropriate services and professional development
    • Conducts team meetings focusing on member and program issues
    • Conducts employee performance appraisals and provides on-going feedback on job performance goals
  • Direct Services:
    • Assumes case management and documentation responsibilities for small caseload
    • Assists team in the facilitation of psycho-educational, clerical, and research groups
    • Completion of vocational and educational readiness assessments and interest inventories
    • Participates in program activities, intakes and crisis intervention when needed
  • Quality Assurance:
    • Completes regular case reviews to monitor appropriate provision and coordination of services
    • Monitors caseload size and level of service to members
    • Ensures effective use of staff time to meet agency goals
    • Participates on Utilization Review Committee as needed
    • Performs other duties as needed
    • Senior team coordinator performs responsibilities of the partial care director in his/her absence
  • E-mail:
    • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read once per work day/shift
  • Scope of Responsibility:
    • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency
  • Decision Making:
    • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Education/Certifications:
    • Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area.
    • BA degree in counseling, psych rehab, social work or related field required. Working towards CPRP
  • Experience:
    • Minimum of 3 years work experience in mental health services with Bachelor’s degree
  • Driver’s License, Vehicle:
    • Valid driver’s license required
    • No more than one moving violation within the past 12 months

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES

  • Communication:
    • Demonstrate empathy and respect to persons served and staff
    • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Speak, read and write English (Spanish/bilingual preferred)
  • Emotional Skills:
    • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
    • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
    • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn
  • Intellectual Skills:
    • Comprehend hospital/medical records
    • Manages diverse responsibilities
    • Excellent multi-tasking skills
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
    • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously
  • Computer Proficiency:
    • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
    • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications and technology as related to the position
    • Operate a personal computer, (including computer accessories) and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

 

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  • Announcement Date: 22 Apr 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: VocaSpec-UNELB016-20190422

POSITION OVERVIEW

As part of a multi-disciplinary, core services team, provides assessment and direct service to people with serious and persistent mentally illness who are enrolled in the PACT Program. Assesses persons served education and employment history and develops plans and interventions in conjunction with the individual and the team in the area of employment/career services

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Create and Maintain:
    • A wellness and recovery oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, and person centered planning, and evidence based practices. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
    • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards
  • Participates:
    • As a team member in the frequent monitoring and assessment of the mental health status of persons served as well as related variables, including significant others, the home and the community in which the person lives
    • Within the team, in the development of a vocational assessment, comprehensive assessment, and an individualized recovery plan, often focusing on education and employment needs of the individual
    • In clinical and non-clinical team meetings, including individual and team supervision
  • Provides:
    • Mental health education, community living skill training and supportive counseling in the home and other natural environments to person served and significant others, often focusing on education and employment needs utilizing stage-wise interventions, including motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral strategies
    • Symptom assessment and management, medication monitoring, medication education and monitoring of side effects
    • The Evidenced-base Practice Supportive Employment Model
    • Crisis intervention services for persons served with acute psychiatric needs whose circumstances and conditions require rapid intervention.
    • 24 hour on-call coverage on a rotating schedule
    • Rapid and flexible response to crisis, including but not limited to: accompanying the person to the local screening center or psychiatric emergency service and remaining with the person during the assessment process
    • Outreach to new persons served and encourages reluctant individuals to accept mental health services through interventions with them and/or family members and friends concerned with the their welfare
    • Technical assistance and education to members of the team in the areas of education and employment. Develops materials and strategies for career interventions in conjunction with the team.
    • On-site and off-site job coaching services
    • Assessment of individuals’ daily living skills, and teach individuals needed skills in the area of budgeting, cooking, laundry, cleaning, shopping, personal hygiene, community transportation, self-advocacy and ways to maintain housing
  • Networks:
    • In the community to locate and create volunteer and paid work opportunities for individuals served by PACT based on their skills and interests
  • Consults:
    • With other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the person served
  • Coordinates:
    • Documentation for charts assigned as directed by supervisor(s).
    • Timely documentation and the inclusion of family and/or significant others as permitted by person served
  • E-mail:
    • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read once per work day/shift
  • Scope of Responsibility:
    • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency
  • Decision-Making:
    • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Education/Certifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area required
    • CRC, CPRP preferred
  • Experience:
    • Two years paid post degree work experience in mental health and/or vocational rehabilitation.
    • Experience with vocational services for people with disabilities required
    • Job development or sales experience preferred
  • Driver’s License, Vehicle:
    • Valid driver’s license required
    • No more than one moving violation within the past 12 months
    • Vehicle required

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES

  • Communication:
    • Demonstrates empathy and respect toward persons served
    • Conveys hopefulness toward persons served
    • Non-judgmental manner
    • Chart recording, report writing
    • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Appropriate conflict resolution skills
    • Speak, read and write English (Spanish speaking also preferred)
  • Emotional Skills:
    • Responds calmly to individuals in crisis
    • Develops trusting relationships with persons served
    • Works well as part of a closely knit team
    • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
    • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
    • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn
  • Intellectual Skills:
    • Comprehend hospital/medical records
    • Manages diverse responsibilities
    • Excellent multi-tasking skills
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
    • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously
  • Agency Computer Use:
    • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
    • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications and technology as related to the position
    • Operate a personal computer, (including computer accessories) and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

 

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  1. CLICK HERE to open and save the Bridgeway Employment Application Packet.
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  • Announcement Date: 5 Aug 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: VocaSpec-BEHAA033-20190805

POSITION OVERVIEW:

As part of a multi-disciplinary, core services team, provides assessment and direct service to people with serious and persistent mentally illness who are enrolled in the PACT Program. Assesses persons served education and employment history and develops plans and interventions in conjunction with the individual and the team in the area of employment/career services

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Create and Maintain:

  • A wellness and recovery oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, and person centered planning, and evidence based practices. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards

Participates:

  • As a team member in the frequent monitoring and assessment of the mental health status of persons served as well as related variables, including significant others, the home and the community in which the person lives
  • Within the team, in the development of a vocational assessment, comprehensive assessment, and an individualized recovery plan, often focusing on education and employment needs of the individual
  • In clinical and non-clinical team meetings, including individual and team supervision

Provides:

  • Mental health education, community living skill training and supportive counseling in the home and other natural environments to person served and significant others, often focusing on education and employment needs utilizing stage-wise interventions, including motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral strategies
  • Symptom assessment and management, medication monitoring, medication education and monitoring of side effects
  • The Evidenced-base Practice Supportive Employment Model
  • Crisis intervention services for persons served with acute psychiatric needs whose circumstances and conditions require rapid intervention.
  • 24 hour on-call coverage on a rotating schedule
  • Rapid and flexible response to crisis, including but not limited to: accompanying the person to the local screening center or psychiatric emergency service and remaining with the person during the assessment process
  • Outreach to new persons served and encourages reluctant individuals to accept mental health services through interventions with them and/or family members and friends concerned with the their welfare
  • Technical assistance and education to members of the team in the areas of education and employment. Develops materials and strategies for career interventions in conjunction with the team.
  • On-site and off-site job coaching services
  • Assessment of individuals’ daily living skills, and teach individuals needed skills in the area of budgeting,
  • cooking, laundry, cleaning, shopping, personal hygiene, community transportation, self-advocacy and ways to maintain housing

Networks:

  • In the community to locate and create volunteer and paid work opportunities for individuals served by PACT based on their skills and interests

Consults:

  • With other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the person served

Coordinates:

  • Documentation for charts assigned as directed by supervisor(s).
  • Timely documentation and the inclusion of family and/or significant others as permitted by person served

Email:

  • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read once per work day/shift

Scope of Responsibility:

  • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency

Decision-Making:

  • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

REQUIREMENTS

Education/Certifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area required
  • CRC, CPRP preferred

Experience:

  • Two years paid post degree work experience in mental health and/or vocational rehabilitation.
  • Experience with vocational services for people with disabilities required
  • Job development or sales experience preferred

Driver’s License/Vehicle:

  • Valid driver’s license required
  • No more than one moving violation in the past twelve months
  • Vehicle required

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES

Communication:

  • Demonstrates empathy and respect toward persons served
  • Conveys hopefulness toward persons served
  • Non-judgmental manner
  • Chart recording, report writing
  • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Appropriate conflict resolution skills
  • Speak, read and write English (Spanish speaking also preferred)

Emotional Skills:

  • Responds calmly to people in crisis
  • Works well as a part of a close-knit team
  • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
  • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
  • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn

Intellectual Skills:

  • Comprehend hospital/medical records
  • Manages diverse responsibilities
  • Excellent multi-tasking skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
  • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

Agency Computer Use:

  • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications as related to the position.
  • Operate a personal computer and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

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  1. CLICK HERE to open and save the Bridgeway Employment Application Packet.
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  • Announcement Date: 25 Sep 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: WellClin-PALIB057-20190925

POSITION OVERVIEW:

Masters level clinical lead for the team, provides supervision, and skill assessment/skill teaching for team members. In collaboration with team leader, ensures that clinical interventions are effective, stage based and tied directly to the recovery goal plans of the people receiving services. As part of a multi-disciplinary, core services team, provides assessment and direct service to people with seriously and persistently mentally illness who are enrolled in the PACT Program.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Create and Maintain:

  • A wellness and recovery oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, and person centered planning, and evidence based practices. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards

Provides:

  • Clinical supervision and direction to the PACT team, emphasizing a peer clinical supervision approach and using individual supervision as needed
  • Mental health education, community living skill training and supportive counseling in the home and other natural environments to persons served and significant others, often focusing on substance abuse education needs of the consumer
  • Symptom assessment and management, medication monitoring, medication education and monitoring of side effects
  • Crisis intervention services for persons served with acute psychiatric needs whose circumstances and conditions require rapid intervention. Stages wise treatment is provided utilizing motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral techniques.
  • 24 hour on-call coverage on a rotating schedule
  • Rapid and flexible response to crisis, including but not limited to: accompanying the person to the local screening center or psychiatric emergency service and remaining with the person during the assessment process
  • Assess individuals’ daily living skills, and teach individuals needed skills in the areas of budgeting, cooking, laundry, cleaning, shopping, personal hygiene, community transportation, self-advocacy and ways to maintain housing
  • Support to assist persons served to find and maintain employment and/or education/training
  • Outreach to newly enrolled individuals and encourages those reluctant to accept mental health services through interventions with them and/or family members and friends concerned with the their welfare
  • Technical assistance and education to members of the team in reference to best clinical practices. Utilizes best practices materials and strategies for individual and group interventions, in conjunction with the team

Coordinates:

  • Documentation for charts assigned as directed by supervisor(s)
  • Timely documentation and the inclusion of family and/or significant others as permitted by person served

Responsible:

  • For co-facilitating clinical meetings.
  • Orientating new staff to PACT services
  • Ensuring that clinical interventions are evidence based, stage based and lead to recovery goal attainment

Participates:

  • Within the team, in the development of clinical assessment, comprehensive assessment and a Recovery Plan, often focusing on clinical needs of the person receiving services

Implements:

  • Staff development activities with help from the team including orientation of new staff, in-service training, individual supervision and staff performance appraisal

Consults:

  • with other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the persons served

Email:

  • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read once per work day/shift

Scope of Responsibility:

  • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency

Decision-Making:

  • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

REQUIREMENTS

Education/Certifications:

  • Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area required
  • MSW, LPC, CPRP, preferred

Experience:

  • 3 years paid progressive work experience with people who have serious mental illness and at least one year in providing mental health supervision

Driver’s License/Vehicle:

  • Valid driver’s license required
  • No more than one moving violation in the past twelve months
  • Vehicle required

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES

Communication:

  • Group facilitation of multi-disciplinary team members
  • Demonstrates empathy and respect toward people served and their families
  • Conveys hopefulness toward people served and their families
  • Non-judgmental manner
  • Chart recording, report writing
  • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Appropriate conflict resolution skills
  • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish speaking preferred)

Emotional Skills:

  • Responds calmly to people in crisis
  • Works well as a part of a close-knit team
  • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
  • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
  • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn

Intellectual Skills:

  • Comprehend hospital/medical records
  • Manages diverse responsibilities
  • Excellent multi-tasking skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
  • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

Agency Computer Use:

  • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications as related to the position.
  • Operate a personal computer and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

    TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION ...
  1. CLICK HERE to open and save the Bridgeway Employment Application Packet.
  2. ONCE SAVED, complete the Application Packet locally on your computer, and SAVE AGAIN!

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  • Announcement Date: 22 Apr 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: WellNurs-UNELB017-20190422

POSITION OVERVIEW

As part of the service team, provides nursing assessment, direct-support services, care management and primary health care to persons served. Assures that the medical needs being addressed in the hospital are continued in the community. Provides support and education to other team members in nursing/medical treatment and health care

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Create and Maintain:
    • A wellness and recovery oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, and person centered planning, and evidence based practices. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
    • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards
  • Responsibilities:
    • Participates as a team member in the frequent monitoring and assessment of the mental and physical health status of persons receiving services including ongoing assessment for metabolic syndrome. This begins at the time of persons served admission to services.
    • Documentation of the nursing assessment, ongoing assessment and a service plan, providing knowledge and expertise from the nursing discipline
  • Provides:
    • Mental and physical health education, community living skill training and supportive counseling in the home and other natural environments to consumers and significant others, often focusing on psychiatric medications, side-effects and physical health care
    • Crisis intervention services for clients with acute medical needs whose circumstances and conditions require rapid intervention
    • 24 hour on-call coverage on a rotating schedule
    • Outreach to new direct service recipients and encourages reluctant persons to accept mental health services through interventions with person served and/or family members and friends concerned with the person’s welfare
    • Technical assistance and education to members of the team in the area of psychiatric nursing and physical health care.
    • Prepares a medication education curriculum that is presented to non-medical staff on an ongoing basis
    • Participation in the development of the Comprehensive Service Plan.
    • Completion of Nursing Assessment and reassessments.
    • Consults with Hospital and community medical professionals regarding physical healthcare and wellness needs and coordinates physical healthcare appointments for individuals in preparation for discharge into the community
    • Coordinates care management with other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the person receiving services
    • Consults with other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the consumer

REQUIREMENTS

  • Education/Certifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree in nursing preferred
    • Registered Nurse required
  • Experience:
    • Two years paid work experience in mental health, community nursing, and one year of experience in a residential MH setting.
  • Driver’s License, Vehicle:
    • Valid driver’s license required
    • No more than one moving violation within the past 12 months
    • Vehicle required

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES

  • Communication:
    • Group facilitation of multi-disciplinary team members
    • Demonstrates empathy and respect toward people served and their families
    • Conveys hopefulness toward people served and their families
    • Non-judgmental manner
    • Chart recording, report writing
    • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish speaking preferred)
  • Emotional Skills:
    • Responds calmly to people in crisis
    • Works well as a part of a closely knit team
    • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
    • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
    • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn
  • Intellectual Skills:
    • Comprehend hospital/medical records
    • Manages diverse responsibilities
    • Excellent multi-tasking skills
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
    • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously
  • Agency Computer Use:
    • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
    • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications and technology as related to the position
    • Operate a personal computer, (including computer accessories) and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

 

    TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION ...
  1. CLICK HERE to open and save the Bridgeway Employment Application Packet.
  2. ONCE SAVED, complete the Application Packet locally on your computer, and SAVE AGAIN!

  3. Identify your upload as: [ Application Packet ] - [ Resume ] - [ Cover Letter ] - [ Other ]
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  • Announcement Date: 9 Aug 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: WellSpec-UNELB036-20190809

POSITION OVERVIEW:

As part of a multi-disciplinary, core services team, provides wellness assessment and direct services to people who have serious mental illness and who are enrolled in the PACT Program

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Create and Maintain:

  • A wellness and recovery-oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, person-centered planning, and evidence-based practices. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards

Participates:

  • As a team member in the frequent monitoring and assessment of the mental health status of persons receiving services as well as related variables, including significant others, the home and the community in which the person served lives
  • Within the team, in the development of psychosocial and comprehensive assessments and an individualized recovery plan
  • In clinical and non-clinical team meetings, including individual and team supervision

Develops and implements:

  • Illness self-management and recovery action plans with people receiving services

Provides:

  • Mental health education, community living skills training, and supportive counseling in the home and other natural environments to person served and significant others
  • Symptom assessment and management, medication monitoring, medication education and monitoring of side effects
  • Wellness services including education and cognitive/behavioral interventions on nutrition, diet, exercise, stress reduction strategies and other wellness tools
  • 24-hour on-call coverage on a rotating schedule
  • Rapid and flexible response to crisis, including but not limited to: accompanying the person to the local screening center or psychiatric emergency service and remaining with the person during the assessment process
  • Outreach to new persons served and encourages reluctant individuals to accept mental health services through interventions with person served and/or family members and friends concerned with the welfare of the person served
  • Technical assistance and education to members of the team in the area of recovery and wellness. Works with the team to develop materials and strategies for teaching wellness strategies including Wellness Recovery Action Plans, instilling hope, promoting choice and empowerment, and spirituality, in conjunction with the team
  • Assess individuals’ daily living skills, and teach individuals needed skills in the areas of budgeting, cooking, laundry, cleaning, shopping, personal hygiene, community transportation, self-advocacy and ways to maintain housing
  • Support to assist persons served to find and maintain employment and/or education/training

Consults:

  • With other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the people receiving services

Coordinates and Monitors:

  • Documentation for charts assigned as directed by supervisor(s)
  • Timely documentation and the inclusion of family and/or significant others as permitted by person served

E-mail:

  • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read once per work day/shift

Scope of Responsibility:

  • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, regulations, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency

Decision-Making:

  • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

REQUIREMENTS:

Education/Experience:

  • Master’s degree and at least one year experience in the provision of MH services or,
  • Bachelor’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area and at least two years’ experience in the provision of mental health services, or A
  • Associate’s degree in Psychiatric Rehabilitation and two years’ experience in the provision of mental health services, or
  • The degree requirement may be waived for individuals who have or are receiving mental health services, two years’ experience, paid or volunteer, in provision of mental health services required

Driver’s License, Vehicle:

  • Valid driver’s license required
  • No more than one moving violation in the past twelve months
  • Vehicle required

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES:

Communication:

  • Demonstrates empathy and respect towards persons served
  • Conveys hopefulness
  • Non-judgmental manner
  • Case recording, report writing
  • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Appropriate conflict resolution skills
  • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish speaking preferred)

Emotional Skills:

  • Responds calmly to persons in crisis
  • Works well as part of a closely-knit team
  • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
  • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
  • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn

Intellectual Skills:

  • Comprehend hospital/medical records
  • Manages diverse responsibilities
  • Excellent multi-tasking skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
  • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

Agency Computer Use:

  • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications and technology as related to the position
  • Operate a personal computer, (including computer accessories) and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

    TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION ...
  1. CLICK HERE to open and save the Bridgeway Employment Application Packet.
  2. ONCE SAVED, complete the Application Packet locally on your computer, and SAVE AGAIN!

  3. Identify your upload as: [ Application Packet ] - [ Resume ] - [ Cover Letter ] - [ Other ]
  4. Enter only your LAST NAME here:
  5. Upload your file by clicking the 'Submit' button:
     
  • Announcement Date: 16 Sep 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: WellSpec-UNELB045-20190916

PLEASE NOTE: This position will relocate to West Orange, NJ in the Fall of 2019

POSITION OVERVIEW:

As part of a multi-disciplinary, core services team, provides wellness assessment and direct services to people who have serious mental illness and who are enrolled in the RIST Program

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Create and Maintain:

  • A wellness and recovery-oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, person-centered planning, and evidence-based practices. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards

Participates:

  • As a team member in the frequent monitoring and assessment of the mental health status of persons receiving services as well as related variables, including significant others, the home and the community in which the person served lives
  • Within the team, in the development of psychosocial and comprehensive assessments and an individualized recovery plan
  • In clinical and non-clinical team meetings, including individual and team supervision

Develops and Implements:

  • Illness self-management and recovery action plans with people receiving services
  • Utilizes Illness Management and Recovery, WRAP and other relevant health and wellness curriculum to ensure overall wellness is a key focus in the individual’s recovery plan

Provides:

  • Mental health education, community living skill training, and supportive counseling in the home and other natural environments to person served and significant others
  • Crisis intervention services for people with acute psychiatric needs whose circumstances and conditions require rapid intervention
  • 24 hour on-call coverage on a rotating schedule
  • Outreach to new persons served and encourages reluctant individuals to accept mental health services through interventions with person served and/or family members and friends concerned with the welfare of the person served
  • Technical assistance and education to members of the team in the area of recovery and wellness. Works with the team to develop materials and strategies for teaching wellness strategies including Wellness Recovery Action Plans, instilling hope, promoting choice and empowerment, and spirituality, in conjunction with the team
  • Educates and supports persons served following health literacy principles
  • Serves as a resource for all team members to ensure health literacy principles are translated into services and supports offered for all persons served, especially those who are at risk for metabolic syndrome
  • Assumes a lead role to ensure that persons served are offered relevant wellness education and that services are reflected in the individual’s recovery plan
  • Collaborates with other healthcare providers to ensure persons served are screened regularly and linked to relevant healthcare providers for example a primary care physician to ensure improved physical health

E-mail:

  • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read once per work day/shift

Consults:

  • With other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the people receiving services

Coordinates:

  • Chart documentation and management reviews for approximately three to four medical records

REQUIREMENTS:

Education/Certifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area
  • The degree requirement may be waived for individuals who have or are receiving mental health services

Experience:

  • Two years paid post degree work experience in mental health for those with Bachelor degree
  • High School diploma/GED plus 4 years paid experience for those with life experience with mental illness

Driver’s License, Vehicle:

  • Valid driver’s license required
  • No more than one moving violation in the past twelve months
  • Vehicle required

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES:

Communication:

  • Group facilitation of multi-disciplinary team members
  • Demonstrates empathy and respect toward people served and their families
  • Conveys hopefulness toward people served and their families
  • Non-judgmental manner
  • Chart recording, report writing
  • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish speaking preferred)

Emotional Skills:

  • Responds calmly to persons in crisis
  • Works well as part of a closely-knit team
  • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
  • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
  • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn

Intellectual Skills:

  • Comprehend hospital/medical records
  • Manages diverse responsibilities
  • Excellent multi-tasking skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
  • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

Agency Computer Use:

  • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications and technology as related to the position
  • Operate a personal computer, (including computer accessories) and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

    TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION ...
  1. CLICK HERE to open and save the Bridgeway Employment Application Packet.
  2. ONCE SAVED, complete the Application Packet locally on your computer, and SAVE AGAIN!

  3. Identify your upload as: [ Application Packet ] - [ Resume ] - [ Cover Letter ] - [ Other ]
  4. Enter only your LAST NAME here:
  5. Upload your file by clicking the 'Submit' button:
     
  • Announcement Date: 25 Sep 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: WellSpec-UNELB052-20190925

POSITION OVERVIEW:

As part of a multi-disciplinary, core services team, provides wellness assessment and direct services to people who have serious mental illness and who are enrolled in the RIST Program

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Create and Maintain:

  • A wellness and recovery-oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, person-centered planning, and evidence-based practices. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards

Participates:

  • As a team member in the frequent monitoring and assessment of the mental health status of persons receiving services as well as related variables, including significant others, the home and the community in which the person served lives
  • Within the team, in the development of psychosocial and comprehensive assessments and an individualized recovery plan

Develops and Implements:

  • Illness self-management and recovery action plans with people receiving services
  • Utilizes Illness Management and Recovery, WRAP and other relevant health and wellness curriculum to ensure overall wellness is a key focus in the individual’s recovery plan

Provides:

  • Mental health education, community living skill training, and supportive counseling in the home and other natural environments to person served and significant others
  • Crisis intervention services for people with acute psychiatric needs whose circumstances and conditions require rapid intervention
  • 24 hour on-call coverage on a rotating schedule
  • Outreach to new persons served and encourages reluctant individuals to accept mental health services through interventions with person served and/or family members and friends concerned with the welfare of the person served
  • Technical assistance and education to members of the team in the area of recovery and wellness. Works with the team to develop materials and strategies for teaching wellness strategies including Wellness Recovery Action Plans, instilling hope, promoting choice and empowerment, and spirituality, in conjunction with the team
  • Educates and supports persons served following health literacy principles
  • Serves as a resource for all team members to ensure health literacy principles are translated into services and supports offered for all persons served, especially those who are at risk for metabolic syndrome
  • Assumes a lead role to ensure that persons served are offered relevant wellness education and that services are reflected in the individual’s recovery plan
  • Collaborates with other healthcare providers to ensure persons served are screened regularly and linked to relevant healthcare providers for example a primary care physician to ensure improved physical health

E-mail:

  • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read once per work day/shift

Consults:

  • With other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the people receiving services

Coordinates:

  • Chart documentation and management reviews for approximately three to four medical records

REQUIREMENTS:

Education/Certifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area
  • The degree requirement may be waived for individuals who have or are receiving mental health services

Experience:

  • Two years paid post degree work experience in mental health for those with Bachelor degree
  • High School diploma/GED plus 4 years paid experience for those with life experience with mental illness

Driver’s License, Vehicle:

  • Valid driver’s license required
  • No more than one moving violation in the past twelve months
  • Vehicle required

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES:

Communication:

  • Group facilitation of multi-disciplinary team members
  • Demonstrates empathy and respect toward people served and their families
  • Conveys hopefulness toward people served and their families
  • Non-judgmental manner
  • Chart recording, report writing
  • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish speaking preferred)

Emotional Skills:

  • Responds calmly to persons in crisis
  • Works well as part of a closely-knit team
  • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
  • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
  • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn

Intellectual Skills:

  • Comprehend hospital/medical records
  • Manages diverse responsibilities
  • Excellent multi-tasking skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
  • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

Agency Computer Use:

  • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications and technology as related to the position
  • Operate a personal computer, (including computer accessories) and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

    TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION ...
  1. CLICK HERE to open and save the Bridgeway Employment Application Packet.
  2. ONCE SAVED, complete the Application Packet locally on your computer, and SAVE AGAIN!

  3. Identify your upload as: [ Application Packet ] - [ Resume ] - [ Cover Letter ] - [ Other ]
  4. Enter only your LAST NAME here:
  5. Upload your file by clicking the 'Submit' button:
     
  • Announcement Date: 25 Sep 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: WellSpec-UNELB051-20190925

POSITION OVERVIEW:

Wellness specialist is lead for the team, to ensure that clinical interventions are effective, stage based and tied directly to the recovery goal plans of the people receiving services. As part of a multi-disciplinary, core services team, provides assessment and direct service to people with seriously and persistently mentally illness who are enrolled in the SHU Program.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Create and Maintain:

  • A wellness and recovery-oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, person-centered planning, and evidence-based practices. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards

Provides:

  • Leadership in the areas of wellness and recovery interventions with individuals. Assists team members with development of wellness/recovery skills with individuals.
  • Initiates Health Literacy training and provides leadership in the team to integrate skills with individuals
  • Mental health education, community living skill training and supportive counseling in the home and other natural environments to persons served and significant others, often focusing on wellness needs.
  • Crisis intervention services for persons served with acute psychiatric needs whose circumstances and conditions require rapid intervention.
  • Stages wise treatment utilizing motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral techniques.
  • Cognitive behavioral techniques such as modeling, role-playing, relapse prevention, relaxation, encouragement and reinforcement to teach and normalize community interaction, and train staff on techniques.
  • Conduct comprehensive assessments, assessing the areas of housing, mental health, vocational, Co-Occurring disorder, and social needs.
  • Develop and implement a clinical recovery plan based on the assessments on a quarterly basis.
  • Provide supportive counseling, medication education, mental health education and early crisis intervention.
  • Implement evidenced based services, including use of MI and CBT skills, with the individuals of the program to promote recovery
  • Assess individual’s daily living skills, and teach individuals needed skills in the areas of budgeting, cooking, laundry, cleaning, shopping, personal hygiene, and self-advocacy issues.
  • Provide on-going support services and individual monitoring in a team approach via frequent face-to-face contact.
  • Provide supportive counseling and education to family members and significant others as needed.
  • Accompanies individuals to appointments as needed; provides transportation as necessary.
  • Assist individuals with developing a supportive network in the community, including use of self-help centers, and career development centers.
  • Completes Collaborative documentation with all individuals.
  • Participates in a rotating schedule for evenings and/or weekends and for on-call responsibilities as needed.

Responsible:

  • Ensuring that clinical interventions are evidence based, stage based and lead to wellness goal attainment

Participates:

  • Within the team, in the development of clinical assessment, comprehensive assessment and a Recovery Plan, focusing on clinical needs of the person receiving services.

Implements:

  • Staff development activities with help from the team including orientation of new staff, in-service training, individual supervision and staff performance appraisal
  • Collaborative documentation with individuals.

Consults:

  • With other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the persons served

E-mail:

  • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read once per work day/shift

Scope of Responsibility:

  • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, regulations, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency

Decision-Making:

  • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

REQUIREMENTS:

Education/Certifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area required

Experience:

  • Two years’ work experience with people who have serious mental illness.

Driver’s License, Vehicle:

  • Valid driver’s license required
  • No more than one moving violation in the past twelve months
  • Vehicle required

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES:

Communication:

  • Group facilitation of multi-disciplinary team members
  • Demonstrates empathy and respect toward people served and their families
  • Conveys hopefulness toward people served and their families
  • Non-judgmental manner
  • Chart recording, report writing
  • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish speaking preferred)

Emotional Skills:

  • Responds calmly to persons in crisis
  • Works well as part of a closely-knit team
  • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
  • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
  • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn

Intellectual Skills:

  • Comprehend hospital/medical records
  • Manages diverse responsibilities
  • Excellent multi-tasking skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
  • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

Agency Computer Use:

  • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications and technology as related to the position
  • Operate a personal computer, (including computer accessories) and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

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  1. CLICK HERE to open and save the Bridgeway Employment Application Packet.
  2. ONCE SAVED, complete the Application Packet locally on your computer, and SAVE AGAIN!

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  • Announcement Date: 25 Sep 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: WellSpec-UNELB049-20190925

POSITION OVERVIEW:

Wellness specialist is lead for the team, to ensure that clinical interventions are effective, stage based and tied directly to the recovery goal plans of the people receiving services. As part of a multi-disciplinary, core services team, provides assessment and direct service to people with seriously and persistently mentally illness who are enrolled in the SHU Program.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Create and Maintain:

  • A wellness and recovery-oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, person-centered planning, and evidence-based practices. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards

Provides:

  • Leadership in the areas of wellness and recovery interventions with individuals. Assists team members with development of wellness/recovery skills with individuals.
  • Initiates Health Literacy training and provides leadership in the team to integrate skills with individuals
  • Mental health education, community living skill training and supportive counseling in the home and other natural environments to persons served and significant others, often focusing on wellness needs.
  • Crisis intervention services for persons served with acute psychiatric needs whose circumstances and conditions require rapid intervention.
  • Stages wise treatment utilizing motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral techniques.
  • Cognitive behavioral techniques such as modeling, role-playing, relapse prevention, relaxation, encouragement and reinforcement to teach and normalize community interaction, and train staff on techniques.
  • Conduct comprehensive assessments, assessing the areas of housing, mental health, vocational, Co-Occurring disorder, and social needs.
  • Develop and implement a clinical recovery plan based on the assessments on a quarterly basis.
  • Provide supportive counseling, medication education, mental health education and early crisis intervention.
  • Implement evidenced based services, including use of MI and CBT skills, with the individuals of the program to promote recovery
  • Assess individual’s daily living skills, and teach individuals needed skills in the areas of budgeting, cooking, laundry, cleaning, shopping, personal hygiene, and self-advocacy issues.
  • Provide on-going support services and individual monitoring in a team approach via frequent face-to-face contact.
  • Provide supportive counseling and education to family members and significant others as needed.
  • Accompanies individuals to appointments as needed; provides transportation as necessary.
  • Assist individuals with developing a supportive network in the community, including use of self-help centers, and career development centers.
  • Completes Collaborative documentation with all individuals.
  • Participates in a rotating schedule for evenings and/or weekends and for on-call responsibilities as needed.

Responsible:

  • Ensuring that clinical interventions are evidence based, stage based and lead to wellness goal attainment

Participates:

  • Within the team, in the development of clinical assessment, comprehensive assessment and a Recovery Plan, focusing on clinical needs of the person receiving services.

Implements:

  • Staff development activities with help from the team including orientation of new staff, in-service training, individual supervision and staff performance appraisal
  • Collaborative documentation with individuals.

Consults:

  • With other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the persons served

E-mail:

  • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read once per work day/shift

Scope of Responsibility:

  • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, regulations, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency

Decision-Making:

  • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

REQUIREMENTS:

Education/Certifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area required

Experience:

  • Two years’ work experience with people who have serious mental illness.

Driver’s License, Vehicle:

  • Valid driver’s license required
  • No more than one moving violation in the past twelve months
  • Vehicle required

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES:

Communication:

  • Group facilitation of multi-disciplinary team members
  • Demonstrates empathy and respect toward people served and their families
  • Conveys hopefulness toward people served and their families
  • Non-judgmental manner
  • Chart recording, report writing
  • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish speaking preferred)

Emotional Skills:

  • Responds calmly to persons in crisis
  • Works well as part of a closely-knit team
  • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
  • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
  • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn

Intellectual Skills:

  • Comprehend hospital/medical records
  • Manages diverse responsibilities
  • Excellent multi-tasking skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
  • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

Agency Computer Use:

  • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications and technology as related to the position
  • Operate a personal computer, (including computer accessories) and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

    TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION ...
  1. CLICK HERE to open and save the Bridgeway Employment Application Packet.
  2. ONCE SAVED, complete the Application Packet locally on your computer, and SAVE AGAIN!

  3. Identify your upload as: [ Application Packet ] - [ Resume ] - [ Cover Letter ] - [ Other ]
  4. Enter only your LAST NAME here:
  5. Upload your file by clicking the 'Submit' button:
     
  • Announcement Date: 16 Sep 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: WellSpec-UNELB044-20190916

POSITION OVERVIEW:

Wellness specialist is lead for the team, to ensure that clinical interventions are effective, stage based and tied directly to the recovery goal plans of the people receiving services. As part of a multi-disciplinary, core services team, provides assessment and direct service to people with seriously and persistently mentally illness who are enrolled in the SHU Program.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Create and Maintain:

  • A wellness and recovery-oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, person-centered planning, and evidence-based practices. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards

Provides:

  • Leadership in the areas of wellness and recovery interventions with individuals. Assists team members with development of wellness/recovery skills with individuals.
  • Initiates Health Literacy training and provides leadership in the team to integrate skills with individuals
  • Mental health education, community living skill training and supportive counseling in the home and other natural environments to persons served and significant others, often focusing on wellness needs.
  • Crisis intervention services for persons served with acute psychiatric needs whose circumstances and conditions require rapid intervention.
  • Stages wise treatment utilizing motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral techniques.
  • Cognitive behavioral techniques such as modeling, role-playing, relapse prevention, relaxation, encouragement and reinforcement to teach and normalize community interaction, and train staff on techniques.
  • Conduct comprehensive assessments, assessing the areas of housing, mental health, vocational, Co-Occurring disorder, and social needs.
  • Develop and implement a clinical recovery plan based on the assessments on a quarterly basis.
  • Provide supportive counseling, medication education, mental health education and early crisis intervention.
  • Implement evidenced based services, including use of MI and CBT skills, with the individuals of the program to promote recovery
  • Assess individual’s daily living skills, and teach individuals needed skills in the areas of budgeting, cooking, laundry, cleaning, shopping, personal hygiene, and self-advocacy issues.
  • Provide on-going support services and individual monitoring in a team approach via frequent face-to-face contact.
  • Provide supportive counseling and education to family members and significant others as needed.
  • Accompanies individuals to appointments as needed; provides transportation as necessary.
  • Assist individuals with developing a supportive network in the community, including use of self-help centers, and career development centers.
  • Completes Collaborative documentation with all individuals.
  • Participates in a rotating schedule for evenings and/or weekends and for on-call responsibilities as needed.

Responsible:

  • Ensuring that clinical interventions are evidence based, stage based and lead to wellness goal attainment

Participates:

  • Within the team, in the development of clinical assessment, comprehensive assessment and a Recovery Plan, focusing on clinical needs of the person receiving services.

Implements:

  • Staff development activities with help from the team including orientation of new staff, in-service training, individual supervision and staff performance appraisal
  • Collaborative documentation with individuals.

Consults:

  • With other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the persons served

E-mail:

  • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read once per work day/shift

Scope of Responsibility:

  • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, regulations, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency

Decision-Making:

  • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

REQUIREMENTS:

Education/Certifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area required

Experience:

  • Two years’ work experience with people who have serious mental illness.

Driver’s License, Vehicle:

  • Valid driver’s license required
  • No more than one moving violation in the past twelve months
  • Vehicle required

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES:

Communication:

  • Group facilitation of multi-disciplinary team members
  • Demonstrates empathy and respect toward people served and their families
  • Conveys hopefulness toward people served and their families
  • Non-judgmental manner
  • Chart recording, report writing
  • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish speaking preferred)

Emotional Skills:

  • Responds calmly to persons in crisis
  • Works well as part of a closely-knit team
  • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
  • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
  • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn

Intellectual Skills:

  • Comprehend hospital/medical records
  • Manages diverse responsibilities
  • Excellent multi-tasking skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
  • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

Agency Computer Use:

  • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications and technology as related to the position
  • Operate a personal computer, (including computer accessories) and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

    TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION ...
  1. CLICK HERE to open and save the Bridgeway Employment Application Packet.
  2. ONCE SAVED, complete the Application Packet locally on your computer, and SAVE AGAIN!

  3. Identify your upload as: [ Application Packet ] - [ Resume ] - [ Cover Letter ] - [ Other ]
  4. Enter only your LAST NAME here:
  5. Upload your file by clicking the 'Submit' button:
     
  • Announcement Date: 17 Jul 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: WellSpec-MIFOA030-20190717

POSITION OVERVIEW:

As part of a multi-disciplinary, core services team, provides assessment and direct service to people who have serious mental illness and who are enrolled in the RIST Program

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Create and Maintain:
    • A wellness and recovery oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, and person centered planning. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
    • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards
  • Participates:
    • As a team member in the frequent monitoring and assessment of the mental health status of persons receiving services as well as related variables, including significant others, the home and the community in which the person served lives
    • Within the team, in the development of psychosocial and comprehensive assessments and a service plan
  • Develops and Implements:
    • Illness self-management and recovery action plans with people receiving services
    • Utilizes Illness Management and Recovery, WRAP and other relevant health and wellness curriculum to ensure overall wellness is a key focus in the individual’s recovery plan
  • Provides:
    • Mental health education, community living skill training, and supportive counseling in the home and other natural environments to persons served and significant others
    • Crisis intervention services for people with acute psychiatric needs whose circumstances and conditions require rapid intervention.
    • 24 hour on-call coverage on a rotating schedule
    • Outreach to new persons served and encourages reluctant individuals to accept mental health services through interventions with person served and/or family members and friends concerned with the welfare of the person served
    • Technical assistance and education to members of the team in the area of recovery and wellness. Works with the team to develop materials and strategies for teaching wellness strategies including Wellness Recovery Action Plans, instilling hope, promoting choice and empowerment, and spirituality, in conjunction with the team
    • Educates and supports persons served following health literacy principles
    • Serves as a resource for all team members to ensure health literacy principles are translated into services and supports offered for all persons served, especially those who are at risk for metabolic syndrome
    • Assumes a lead role to ensure that persons served are offered relevant wellness education and that services are reflected in the individual’s recovery plan
    • Collaborates with other healthcare providers to ensure persons served are screened regularly and linked to relevant healthcare providers for example a primary care physician to ensure improved physical health
  • E-mail:
    • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read once per work day/shift
  • Consults:
    • With other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the persons served
  • Coordinates:
    • Chart documentation and management reviews for approximately three to four medical records

REQUIREMENTS

  • Education/Certifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area
    • The degree requirement may be waived for individuals who have or are receiving mental health services
  • Experience:
    • Two years paid post degree work experience in mental health for those with Bachelor degree
    • High School diploma/GED plus 4 years paid experience for those with life experience with mental illness
  • Driver’s License, Vehicle:
    • Valid driver’s license required
    • No more than one moving violation within the past twelve months
    • Vehicle required

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES

  • Communication:
    • Group facilitation of multi-disciplinary team members
    • Demonstrates empathy and respect toward people served and their families
    • Conveys hopefulness toward people served and their families
    • Non-judgmental manner
    • Chart recording, report writing
    • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish speaking preferred)
  • Emotional Skills:
    • Responds calmly to people in crisis
    • Works well as part of a closely-knit team
    • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
    • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
    • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn
  • Intellectual Skills:
    • Comprehend hospital/medical records
    • Manages diverse responsibilities
    • Excellent multi-tasking skills
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
    • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

AGENCY COMPUTER USE:

  • Computer Proficiency:
    • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
    • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications and technology as related to the position
    • Operate a personal computer and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

 

    TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION ...
  1. CLICK HERE to open and save the Bridgeway Employment Application Packet.
  2. ONCE SAVED, complete the Application Packet locally on your computer, and SAVE AGAIN!

  3. Identify your upload as: [ Application Packet ] - [ Resume ] - [ Cover Letter ] - [ Other ]
  4. Enter only your LAST NAME here:
  5. Upload your file by clicking the 'Submit' button:
     
  • Announcement Date: 6 Sep 2018
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: WellSpec-PALIA024-20180906

POSITION OVERVIEW:

Wellness Specialist is  lead for the team, to ensures that clinical interventions are effective, stage based and tied directly to the recovery goal plans of the people receiving services. As part of a multi-disciplinary, core services team, provides assessment and direct service to people with seriously and persistently mentally illness who are enrolled in the SHU  Program.

Essential Job Functions

  • Create and Maintain:
    • A wellness and recovery oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, and person centered planning.All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
    • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards
  • Provides:
    • Leadership in the areas of wellness and recovery interventions with individuals. Assists team members with development of wellness/recovery skills with individuals.
    • Initiates Health Literacy training and provides leadership in the team to integrate skills with individuals
    • Mental health education, community living skill training and supportive counseling in the home and other natural environments to persons served and significant others, often focusing on wellness needs.
    • Crisis intervention services for persons served with acute psychiatric needs whose circumstances and conditions require rapid intervention.
    • Stages wise treatment utilizing motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral techniques.
    • Cognitive behavioral techniques such as: modeling, role playing, relapse prevention, relaxation, encouragement and reinforcement to teach and normalize community interaction, and train staff on techniques.
    • Conduct comprehensive assessments, assessing the areas of housing, mental health, vocational, Co-Occurring disorder, and social needs.
    • Develop and implement a clinical recovery plan based on the assessments on a quarterly basis.
    • Provide supportive counseling, medication education, mental health education and early crisis intervention.
    • Implement evidenced based services, including use of MI and CBT skills, with the individuals of the program to promote recovery
    • Assess individual’s daily living skills, and teach individuals needed skills in the areas of budgeting, cooking, laundry, cleaning, shopping, personal hygiene, and self-advocacy issues.
    • Provide on-going support services and individual monitoring in a team approach via frequent face-to-face contact.
    • Provide supportive counseling and education to family members and significant others as needed.
    • Accompanies individuals to appointments as needed; provides transportation as necessary.
    • Assist individuals with developing a supportive network in the community, including use of self-help centers, and career development centers.
    • Completes Collaborative documentation with all individuals.
    • Participates in a rotating schedule for evenings and/or weekends and for on-call responsibilities as needed.
    • Ensuring that clinical interventions are evidence based, stage based and lead to wellness goal attainment
    • Within the team, in the development of clinical assessment, comprehensive assessment and a Recovery Plan, focusing on clinical needs of the person receiving services.
    • Staff development activities with help from the team including orientation of new staff, in-service training, individual supervision and staff performance appraisal
    • Collaborative documentation with individuals.
  • Consults:
    • with other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the persons served
    • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read once per work day/shift.
  • Scope of Responsibility:
    • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency
  • Decision making:
    • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area required
  • Two years work experience with people who have serious mental illness.
  • Drivers License, Vehicle
    • Valid drivers license required
    • No more than one moving violation in the past twelve months
    • Vehicle required

Other Skills/Abilities

  • Group facilitation of multi-disciplinary team members
  • Demonstrates empathy and respect toward people served and their families
  • Conveys hopefulness toward people served and their families
  • Non-judgmental manner
  • Chart recording, report writing
  • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish speaking preferred)
  • Emotional skills:
    • Responds calmly to people in crisis
    • Works well as a part of a closely knit team
    • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
    • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
    • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn
  • Intellectual skills:
    • comprehend hospital/medical records
    • Manages diverse responsibilities<
    • Excellent multi-tasking skills
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
    • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously
  • Computer proficiency:
    • Agency Computer use:
      • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
      • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications as related to the position.
      • Operate a personal computer and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic

Subcommittee Statement

All employees are required to participate on an agency committee, on a rotating basis.

Mandated Trainings Statement

There are mandatory trainings that all employees must complete which are made available to the employee during their regularly scheduled working hours.  It is the employee’s responsibility to attend mandatory trainings when they are offered by the agency and to complete mandatory web based training in a timely manner.  Employee’s failing to attend mandatory trainings are required to make up the training on their own time and at their own expense, i.e., CPR training.

Confidentiality Statement

Bridgeway Rehabilitation Services, Inc. considers maintaining the security and confidentiality of Protected Health Information (PHI) a matter of its highest priority.

All employees will respect the privacy and rules governing the use of any information that they access or receive, and will only utilize information that is necessary for the performance their job.  Bridgeway employee’s will not make unauthorized copies of information and will not share information with any unauthorized persons.  An employee you will not seek to personally benefit or permit others to benefit personally by any confidential information that is available to you through your work assignments.

At Bridgeway Rehabilitation Services, our job descriptions reflect the general duties considered necessary to perform the principal functions of the job as identified and shall not be considered a detailed description of all work requirements that may be inclusive of your position. Employees are required to disclose conflicts of interest and potential conflicts of interest as defined in policy and ethical guidelines.

 

    TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION ...
  1. CLICK HERE to open and save the Bridgeway Employment Application Packet.
  2. ONCE SAVED, complete the Application Packet locally on your computer, and SAVE AGAIN!

  3. Identify your upload as: [ Application Packet ] - [ Resume ] - [ Cover Letter ] - [ Other ]
  4. Enter only your LAST NAME here:
  5. Upload your file by clicking the 'Submit' button:
     
  • Announcement Date: 29 Aug 2019
  • Application Deadline: To Be Determined
  • Job ID: WellSpec-UNPLA041-20190829

POSITION OVERVIEW:

As part of a multi-disciplinary, core services team, provides wellness assessment and direct services to people who have serious mental illness and who are enrolled in the PACT Program

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Create and Maintain:

  • A wellness and recovery-oriented environment by using person-first language, respectful documentation, person-centered planning, and evidence-based practices. All services provided will promote a wellness and recovery outcome.
  • A culture of compliance with internal and external policies, regulations, laws and high ethical standards

Participates:

  • As a team member in the frequent monitoring and assessment of the mental health status of persons receiving services as well as related variables, including significant others, the home and the community in which the person served lives
  • Within the team, in the development of psychosocial and comprehensive assessments and an individualized recovery plan
  • In clinical and non-clinical team meetings, including individual and team supervision

Develops and implements:

  • Illness self-management and recovery action plans with people receiving services

Provides:

  • Mental health education, community living skills training, and supportive counseling in the home and other natural environments to person served and significant others
  • Symptom assessment and management, medication monitoring, medication education and monitoring of side effects
  • Wellness services including education and cognitive/behavioral interventions on nutrition, diet, exercise, stress reduction strategies and other wellness tools
  • Rapid and flexible response to crisis, including but not limited to: accompanying the person to the local screening center or psychiatric emergency service and remaining with the person during the assessment process
  • Outreach to new persons served and encourages reluctant individuals to accept mental health services through interventions with person served and/or family members and friends concerned with the welfare of the person served
  • Technical assistance and education to members of the team in the area of recovery and wellness. Works with the team to develop materials and strategies for teaching wellness strategies including Wellness Recovery Action Plans, instilling hope, promoting choice and empowerment, and spirituality, in conjunction with the team
  • Assess individuals’ daily living skills, and teach individuals needed skills in the areas of budgeting, cooking, laundry, cleaning, shopping, personal hygiene, community transportation, self-advocacy and ways to maintain housing
  • Support to assist persons served to find and maintain employment and/or education/training

Consults:

  • With other service providers and resource people regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation needs of the people receiving services

Coordinates and Monitors:

  • Documentation for charts assigned as directed by supervisor(s)
  • Timely documentation and the inclusion of family and/or significant others as permitted by person served

E-mail:

  • Creates, receives and responds to all e-mail correspondence in a prompt and professional manner. Emails must be read once per work day/shift

Scope of Responsibility:

  • Familiarizes self with the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, regulations, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the agency

Decision-Making:

  • On a regular and continuous basis, exercises sound judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people, costs and/or quality of service within the functional area.

REQUIREMENTS:

Education/Experience:

  • Master’s degree and at least one year experience in the provision of MH services or,
  • Bachelor’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related area and at least two years’ experience in the provision of mental health services, or A
  • Associate’s degree in Psychiatric Rehabilitation and two years’ experience in the provision of mental health services, or
  • The degree requirement may be waived for individuals who have or are receiving mental health services, two years’ experience, paid or volunteer, in provision of mental health services required

Driver’s License, Vehicle:

  • Valid driver’s license required
  • No more than one moving violation in the past twelve months
  • Vehicle required

OTHER SKILLS/ABILITIES:

Communication:

  • Demonstrates empathy and respect towards persons
  • served
  • Conveys hopefulness
  • Non-judgmental manner
  • Case recording, report writing
  • Exchanges non-routine information using tact and persuasion as appropriate, requiring excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Appropriate conflict resolution skills
  • Speak, read and write English (also Spanish speaking preferred)

Emotional Skills:

  • Responds calmly to persons in crisis
  • Works well as part of a closely-knit team
  • Relates well to people of all ages, races and socio-economic backgrounds and disability groups
  • Presents and fosters a trusting professional relationship with all persons encountered on a daily basis
  • Upbeat, Professional attitude, and a willingness to learn

Intellectual Skills:

  • Comprehend hospital/medical records
  • Manages diverse responsibilities
  • Excellent multi-tasking skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good organizational and problem-solving ability
  • Must demonstrate a high level of initiative and ability to work autonomously

Agency Computer Use:

  • MS Office applications, with strong emphasis in MS Word.
  • Must be willing to learn and utilize all current and future computer applications and technology as related to the position
  • Operate a personal computer, (including computer accessories) and successfully navigate in order to access e-mail, electronic calendars and other basic office support software as well as web based programs such as Essential Learning, electronic timesheets and Qualifacts/Carelogic