Department: Recovery Choices Job Status: Full Time FLSA Status: Exempt Reports To: Clinical Director Work Schedule: Monday-Friday, including evenings Positions Supervised: Counselor I, II, III POSITION SUMMARY The purpose of this classification is to oversee and provide integrated behavioral healthcare care services; diagnosis, treatment of addiction and mental/emotional disorders, case management and treatment planning for clients who have been referred to Alvis for treatment.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Essential Functions Statement(s) 1 Directs the day-to-day operations of the treatment unit/program. 1.1 Develops, implements and upgrades the unit operational policies and procedures to ensure unit/program functioning. 1.2 Ensures that OhioMHAS, CARF and Alvis policy and procedures are adhered to. 1.3 Insures appropriate team functioning. 1.4 Designs implements, evaluates and upgrades all programming 1.5 Reports problems/concerns regarding the program to the Clinical Director. 1.6 Ensures appropriate staff coverage. 1.7 Monitors processes to ensure the safety and cleanliness of the unit/program. 1.8 Performs program development activities as needed and approved by Clinical Director. 2 Provides overall clinical management of the unit/program. 2.1 Supervises clinical staff by conducting regular clinical supervision. 2.2 Schedules and leads staff meetings. 2.3 Coordinates treatment services to improve and develop the counseling skills and abilities of clinical staff. 2.4 Provides clinical training to program staff. 2.5 Responsible for ensuring the quality of client care, completeness of the client’s electronic health record and the confidentiality and security of the client record. 2.6 Directs, responds to and supervises crisis interventions and other nonroutine events. 2.7 Provides ongoing communication with referral sources as required. 3 Provides overall administrative management of the unit. 3.1 Initiates process for hiring and the orientation of new staff. 3.2 Conducts disciplinary reviews and implements progressive disciplinary under the direction of the Clinical Director and Human Resources. 3.3 Responsible for monitoring and evaluating quality assurance. 3.4 Construct and assist with proposals, grants and contracts for current and/or potential funding sources. 3.5 Ensures that service are provided in accordance with the standards of OhioMHAS, CARF, Avis and other regulatory bodies. 3.6 Assist the Clinical Director in developing the budget. 3.7 Monitors revenue and expenditures 3.8 Provides direct service as needed. 3.9 Completes day-to-day service documentation as required by funding sources, accreditation bodies and Alvis. 4 Other related duties 4.1 Directs and performs public relations functions for unit/program. 4.2 Takes an active role in standing ad-hoc and community groups and committees as assigned. 4.3 This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. The Clinical Supervisor will also perform other reasonably related duties as assigned by the Clinical Director.
Education: Master’s Degree in the Human Services field. Experience: Two + years of providing integrated behavioral healthcare services. Computer Skills: Skill in use of personal computer and related software (e.g., Electronic records, Microsoft Word, Excel); use of office equipment (e.g., copier, fax, printer). Certificates & Licenses Minimum licensure: Licensed Independent Social Worker, (LISW) or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, (LPCC) Other Requirements
Must pass a criminal background check; must pass a pre-employment drug test; must complete 40 hours of in-service or other professional training on an annual basis. Must possess a valid Ohio driver's license; may require use of own vehicle for travel.
WORK ENVIRONMENT May be exposed to unusual noises, odors; may be exposed to potentially violent clients; may be exposed to harsh language.
Department: Amethyst (Family Team)
Job Status: Full-Time
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Reports To: Family Counselor
Work Schedule: M-F 8am-5pm
Positions Supervised: None
The purpose of this classification is to provide clients of Amethyst, an Alvis, Inc. recovery program (herein referred to as Amethyst) with linkage to resources in the community to meet various needs of the family, including assessments, child care and education, clothing, food, transportation, maintenance of finances, and to act as an advocate on the family’s behalf.
Upholds the Mission Statement of Amethyst and participates in general meetings and retreats. Maintains professional relationships with all clients and staff. Complies with all agency policies and procedures, including client rights, safety rules and regulations, the agency code of ethics and all applicable state and local laws, rules and regulations.
Provides quality substance use/abuse intervention services to families in Amethyst’s transitional housing, Shelter Plus Care, and intensive outpatient programs. Provides prevention, consultation and educational services to families and community organizations as directed by the Family Counselor. Provides needs assessments for families involved with Amethyst.
Serves as liaison and advocate between Amethyst families, area agencies, and other community resources to ensure availability of the most appropriate programming and services possible for Amethyst families. Makes referrals to other services as necessary for children’s mental health counseling, legal assistance, and medical needs.
Develops and implements collaborative Treatment Plan with the Amethyst families and the Family Services Team. Plan may include an assessment of each family’s goals and implementation plan monitoring service delivery.
Assists on developing and implementing programming for women, children, and/or families to include facilitating curriculum-related groups when necessary.
Remains available for client meetings, court appearances with clients, meetings with school personnel, meetings with children’s services personnel, and other reasonable requests by clients.
Prepares all required case management documentation in a timely manner, to include forwarding of applicable correspondence and progress notes to collateral contacts such as FCCS, FCDJFS, CMHA, Mental Health Agencies, and the court system, and probation officers in accordance with agency guidelines. Maintains well organized, confidential case records, and progress notes daily within own caseload. Meets productivity standards.
Assists with the caseload of other family case managers during emergencies, illness, and vacations and assists others with group case management upon request from the Family Counselor. Assists in providing back-up for the Emergency Babysitter.
Participates in individual and group client supervision and attends all required meetings, including Case Management Meetings, Treatment Team Meetings, Interventions, and other meetings as requested by the Family Counselor.
Remains knowledgeable regarding new developments and treatment strategies in the field through attendance at meetings, seminars, and industry research.
From June – August, this position may participate in daily operations at Summer Quest under the direct supervision and at the request of the Family Counselor. During the months of September – May this position may participate in daily operations at the Emergency Babysitting Drop-In Center under the direct supervision and at the request of the Family Counselor.
Responsible for providing programming for and supervision of the school-aged children during school breaks and/or on holidays when the clients are scheduled to attend programming. Provides contingency programming for children and families when Columbus Public Schools is unexpected closed due to emergencies, etc.
Works with Family Counselor and other clinical staff to implement quality assurance procedures and activities, including conducting peer reviews according to agency policy.
Serve as an agency representative within Echo Visual Health Record (VHR) Clinician’s Desktop data management system. Entering client data into system as needed and assure that data meets VOCA, ADAMH, OMHAS, and Medicaid compliance standards. Review CDT reports with Family Counselor as needed.
Maintain a personal program of professional development
Complete other tasks as assigned by the Family Counselor.
Decisions related to the development and implementation of a family case management system that includes but is not limited to assessments, goal setting, and monitoring of service.
Refers families to area agencies for programming and services not available at Amethyst
Uses professional judgment in the conduct of individual and group sessions
Bachelor’s degree in Social Work (or related degree) required
Licensed Social Worker (or license eligible) required
Ability to maintain licensure to bill for Medicaid, VOCA, and OMHAS services
Case management experience preferred
Experience in prevention and knowledge of child development, work with persons in recovery and crisis intervention experience, and work with homeless or underserved populations preferred
Broad knowledge of the social service system required
Background in alcoholism/addiction and mental health preferred
Experience coordinating support services for clients required
SKILLS & ABILITIES
Proficient in Microsoft Office; specifically with Outlook, Word, and Excel.
Strong verbal and written communication
Ability to maintain driver’s license and driving privileges per Alvis, Inc. insurance standards
Excellent people skills; including appropriate knowledge of conflict resolution
Ability to relate to and communicate with a broad socio-economic cross-section of individuals
Must pass a criminal background check
Must pass a pre-employment drug test
Must possess a valid driver's license; must complete 40 hours of in-service training on an annual basis.
Travel on company and/or personal time. Furnish a reliable, personal means of transportation in order to accomplish work objectives
Walk unassisted to the Amethyst building to attend scheduled meetings as requested by the Family Counselor.
Possess the ability to independently climb several flights of stairs daily in performance of duties.
Work at various locations as needed
Work a nonstandard workweek as needed
Work evening or night shift hours as required
Provide coverage for other positions, shifts or functions as required
Department: DD Services
Job Status: Full - Time
FLSA Status: Non- exempt
Reports To: Regional Director
Grade/Level: Bachelor's Degree
Work Schedule: M-F 8:30 am - 5:00 pm; manager-on-call, as assigned; may work flexible schedule, including evenings, holidays, weekends
Positions Supervised: Direct Support Professionals
POSITION SUMMARY: This position will oversee activities of assigned programs/facilities for DD Services. Thorough knowledge of assigned program(s) is required, including social work theories, interventions, evaluation techniques & treatment systems. The Program Manager will demonstrate leadership skills, in order to ensure clients are engaged on a routine basis, utilizing cognitive behavioral techniques, foster & promote healthy decision making & positive interpersonal skills.
Essential Functions Statement(s)
Performs direct supervisory tasks (e.g., interview, select employees, recommend discipline, respond to grievances, conduct performance appraisals; approve/deny leave requests; conduct staff meetings), as required for residential program/ facility oversight.
Oversees activities of assigned DD programs &/or facilities providing independent program related services as required by contractors (e.g., DODD), external entities with which business is conducted &/or evaluated (e.g., county DD agencies, DODD), agency requirements (e.g., develops, implements and evaluates program policies & procedures for assigned program(s); ensures consistency in interpretation of agency policies, procedures & contracts & provides guidance for, or independently establishes operational protocol; assist program managers, or other assigned staff (e.g., DD) with cases involving extreme behaviors requiring support &/or assistance from local authorities (e.g., police, emergency medical services, health & safety officials) &/or which present potential hazard to assigned staff &/or facility (e.g., exposure to diseases, violence &/or threats, safety hazards).
Maintains confidentiality of client and employee information, files, data; develops & implements operational goals & objectives; reviews case files for compliance with federal, state laws, agency standards, rules & accreditation guidelines.
Acts as a community advocate, in order foster and promote good neighbor perspectives, observances, and experiences; reviews statistics regarding services for specific program activities, trends, industry research results; assists external entities with difficult &/or sensitive inspections, investigations (e.g., county DD agencies).
Education: Bachelor's Degree in psychology, social work, criminal justice, or other related field. Experience: Two years’ experience in a supervisory capacity in lieu of education. Skill in use of a personal computer and related equipment and software.
Other Requirements: Must possess a valid Ohio driver's license; must pass a criminal background check and a pre-employment drug screen; must complete 40 hours of in-service training on an annual basis; must complete management-in-training (MIT) prior to completion of probationary period; must serve as manager-on-call, as scheduled.