Our ESPERANZA/JUSTICIA Full-Service Partnership (FSP) programs use the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) model to deliver a full range of services to adults (18+) with a severe mental illness. Services are provided in the community or least restrictive setting and include psychosocial rehabilitation, case management, medication support, housing, and vocational training. The goal of both programs is to provide individuals with the support and services that will help them have a life they choose, which is not encompassed by their mental impairments. Justicia serves those involved with the justice system. Come join our team!
Under the administrative supervision of the Program Director, this position is responsible for the clinical supervision of Personal Service Coordinators, Interns; and assisting the Program Director in the functioning of the program.
This is an at-will leadership position within a program. Additionally, this position is responsible for the day-to-day supervision of assigned staff who perform the established duties of the program. This is a management position responsible for ensuring that clinical needs of members are met, and that necessary paperwork is complete and accurate.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES – (ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY)
The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that could be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to this class
- Provides individual and group therapy under supervision of LCSW or MFCC.
- Assists teams with coordination and service plans that reflect measurable objectives; assists teams in prioritizing resources to complete paperwork requirements per county and outlining areas for improvement in documentation.
- Ensures that paperwork standards are met.
- Problem solves communication difficulties between staff and members by providing interventions to enhance communication.
- Provides in-service training and workshops.
- Reviews and completes Denial of Rights Forms when indicated.
- Visits members periodically to provide direction and support.
- Provides prompt intervention in the event of a crisis both to stop the crisis and to notify, when indicated, persons and agencies necessary for the resolution of the crisis situation; provides “on-the-spot” counseling that is both helpful to the members and consistent with the philosophy of the program.
- Ensures the safety, health, and well being of the members.
- Completes paperwork as assigned in a timely manner.
- Enforces the policies and procedures.
- Represents the agency at County utilization review; participates in off-site trainings and provides in-service training for all staff.
- Conducts Quality Management activities as directed by the Clinical Director and Team Leader, such as preparation for county Utilization and Review audits, internal audits, review of services provision and charting, and other projects as assigned.
- Facilitate groups, provide individual and family therapy, and update diagnosis for clients not receiving medication management services from the program psychiatrist.
- Ensures the safety, health, and wellbeing of the members.
Schedule: Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, with on-call responsibilities.
Education, Training and Experience
A typical way of obtaining the knowledge, skills and abilities outlined above is through graduation from an accredited college or university with a master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, or a related field and valid registration with the Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS); varied experience as a provider of mental health services.
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