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Accounts Payable Specialist  Southfield

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General Info

Department: Accounting

Location: Southfield

Position Type: Full-time, non-exempt hourly position

Start Date: 9/7/21

Hours/Pay

Days/Hours Worked: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Experience

Experience Requirements: This position requires knowledge normally acquired by completing an Associate Degree in Business, Accounting, Finance, or a related field from an accredited college or university; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Substantial experience can be taken into consideration in looking at education requirement. • The position requires a minimum of three years of professional experience in a business setting.

Description

The Accounts Payable Specialist is responsible for verifying proper payment approval, processing payments in a timely manner, and ensuring that discounts are taken when available. The Accounts Payable Specialist reports directly to the Accounting Supervisor and may assist with other duties as necessary.
Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
• This position requires knowledge normally acquired by completing an Associate Degree in Business, Accounting, Finance, or a related field from an accredited college or university; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Substantial experience can be taken into consideration in looking at education requirement.
• The position requires a minimum of three years of professional experience in a business setting.
• Knowledge of non-profit agency operations, functions and non-profit accounting practices.
• Ability to maintain records and files.
• Knowledge of computer systems and relevant software.
• Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
• Ability to work independently and execute good judgment.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Match supplier invoices to authorizations and proofs of receipt.
• Take all economical supplier discounts.
• Obtain payment approvals for all program specific invoices.
• Enter all supplier invoices into the accounting software.
• Process expense reports.
• Process procurement card payments.
• Process weekly check ACH batches.
• Issue stop payments and void checks.
• Pay supplier invoices when due. This may include the following types of payments:
o ACH payments
o Check payments
o Wire transfers
• Incorporate all applicable supplier credits into payments made.
• Run 1099 report and mail out 1099’s.
• Research supplier requests for payment.
• Obtain and monitor supplier W-9 form submissions.
• Issue positive pay data to the bank, as necessary.
• Maintain ACH banking information files.
• Update the supplier master file.
• Perform other related duties as they are assigned.

Contact

Lindsey Luttinen

Email: luttinenl@ccsem.org

Human Resources Manager  Southfield

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General Info

Department: Administration

Location: Southfield

Position Type: Full-Time

Start Date: 8/30/21

Hours/Pay

Availability: Immediately

Days/Hours Worked: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Experience

Education Requirements: Bachelor’s level degree in Administration, Human Resources, Business or Finance related field preferred. Associate’s level degree acceptable with appropriate management experience.

Experience Requirements: Minimally two years’ experience in an administrative or supervisory role; non-profit organization experience preferred. • Prior resource development, staff management, human resources, or accounting experience desirable. • Position requires a highly organized, assertive manner with good interpersonal skills and excellent verbal and written skills.

Special Requirements: Adhere to the Mission, Values and Vision of CCSEM and the values and teachings of the Catholic Church.

Description

The Human Resources Manager supports the day-to-day functions of agency administration and operations. This position will provide support and direction to agency management regarding hiring, evaluation, training, discipline, and termination activities. In addition, is responsible for payroll and benefits administration functions as appropriate. The Human Resources Manager plays a key role in clarifying and maintaining the Catholic identity of the organization.
Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
-Bachelor’s level degree in Administration, Human Resources, Business or Finance related field preferred. Associate’s level degree acceptable with appropriate management experience.
-Minimally two years’ experience in an administrative or supervisory role; non-profit organization experience preferred.
-Prior resource development, staff management, human resources, or accounting experience desirable.
-Position requires a highly organized, assertive manner with good interpersonal skills and excellent verbal and written skills.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Provide and advance Human Resources activities from recruitment and hiring, performance assessments, employee engagement, training and development and other foundational HR activities.
• In coordination with Executive Leadership update, develop and maintain agency policies and procedures as required, separating agency policy, safety, and employee handbook items where appropriate; and communicate changes in agency personnel policies and procedures while insuring compliance.
• Ensuring all agency policies adhere to Catholic Social Teaching and are not in conflict with Catholic values.
• Set up and maintain personnel files in adherence to agency and oversight agency policies to include interview, orientation and exit interview; maintain confidentiality of all employee records and information.
• Complete pre-employment and ongoing background clearance activities/OIG monthly.
• Enroll/update employees in benefit programs and coordinate with payroll and A/P.
• Maintain and monitor human resources information system data for all current employees with respect to required personnel file documentation.
• Perform occasional e-mailing and mailing of required 403(b) and pension plan disclosures to all participants.
• Coordinate and assist in annual training calendar and tracking.
• Maintain pension files, reports, mailings, materials as directed; manage terminated files.
• Assist in responding to pension, employee policy, benefits, and payroll questions.
• Process Short-Term and Long-Term Disability Claims.
• Complete employment verifications, Friend of the Court requests, and Unemployment Claims as assigned.
• Complete Equal Employment Opportunity reports, employee demographics and related reports.
• Complete, coordinate, update and maintain job postings and descriptions as assigned.
• Facilitate, coordinate, and report quality assurance activities such as client satisfaction survey, unusual incidents, outcomes, statistical reports, drug testing schedules and reports.
• Maintain agency files, contracts, licensing, insurance, and other documents, which need to be kept as the central registry of the agency.
• Order office and building supplies as needed.
• Payroll: (In collaboration with the Accounting Manager)
- Collect and summarize timekeeping information.
-Obtain supervisory approval for timecard discrepancies.
-Obtain overtime approvals.
-Process and close periodic payrolls.
-Distribute paystubs and paychecks.
-Update employee payroll database with status changes.
-Coordinate employee information with Department Managers.
-Conduct oneself in an ethical, mature, and professional manner with honesty and integrity, welcoming clients, coworkers and other stakeholders with dignity and respect.
-Other duties as assigned by the Chief Operating Officer.
-Adhere to the Mission, Values and Vision of CCSEM and the values and teachings of the Catholic Church.

This is a full-time, 40 hrs./week position. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Contact

Andrea Foley

Email: foleya@ccsem.org

Donor Relations Manager  Southfield

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General Info

Department: Development

Location: Southfield

Position Type: Full Time

Hours/Pay

Days/Hours Worked: The core CCSEM business days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Experience

Education Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Business, Public Relations, Marketing, Communications, Philanthropy, Nonprofit Management or a related field from an accredited college or university; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Experience Requirements: Minimum of two years of professional experience in fundraising or across a combination of the following fields of work: fundraising, donor relations, public relations, marketing, communications, and community engagement.

Description

*Please submit cover letter when applying for this position*



The Donor Relations Manager leads fundraising efforts and donor stewardship initiatives designed to build the annual fund, increase donor retention, and support growth of the major gift program. This individual reports to the Chief Development Officer (CDO) and is an integral part of the development team, working in collaboration the CDO, Director of Marketing and Communications, Data Entry Associate, and other administrative and program management team members.

The Donor Relations Manager is outward-facing and often the first point of contact with the agency for donors and other constituents. This includes working with others on the development team to develop meaningful Catholic parish engagement and awareness around the mission of Catholic Charities, including how that translates into enhanced giving and volunteerism opportunities.



Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

Manage and drive direct mail appeals (currently six mailings annually), including establishing theme, writing content, planning the schedule, identifying and segmenting the mailing list, working with vendor on design and production.
Utilize digital resources including website, social media, and peer-to-peer (Just Giving) platforms to create and conduct concurrent complimentary campaigns/appeals or additional independent campaigns, such as Giving Tuesday.
Create and implement new donor acquisition strategy including more fully engaging donors that come to our attention through United Way and annual in-parish appeal collection.
Assist in successful implementation of annual November in-parish appeal collection.
Collaborate with program managers to gather content and testimonials to inform appeals and impact reporting.
Manage tribute program and communication with area funeral homes.
Expand monthly donor and recurring gift program.
Ensure accuracy and integrity of Raiser’s Edge donor database; record donor contacts, donations and other data as needed.
Create, refine, and implement timely and meaningful donor acknowledgement and recognition mechanisms and procedures.
Write acknowledgement letters, donor correspondence, proposals, reports, articles.
Create and implement first-time donor recognition program.
Utilize relationship-based donor communications, including impact reporting, to increase donor retention.
Collaborate with communications colleagues to compose and disseminate donor-related social media and newsletter content.
Assist in donor engagement and identification of prospective major gift donors.


Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

Bachelor's Degree in Business, Public Relations, Marketing, Communications, Philanthropy, Nonprofit Management or a related field from an accredited college or university; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Substantial experience can be taken into consideration for the education requirement.
Minimum of two years of professional experience in fundraising or across a combination of the following fields of work: fundraising, donor relations, public relations, marketing, communications, and community engagement.
Servant leader with a collaborative and team-oriented approach to work; experience working on a team preferred.
Excellent project management skills and a demonstrated ability to prioritize multiple streams of work.
Knowledge of teachings and traditions of the Catholic Church.
Annual giving outreach techniques including direct mail, online, recurring donations, tributes, and matching gifts.
Digital platforms including social media, crowdfunding, peer-to-peer fundraising, and electronic newsletters.
Best practices in relationship-based donor communications.
Nonprofit agency operations and funding.
Microsoft Office Suite applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
CRM software: Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge, Raiser’s Edge NXT, and related Blackbaud platforms preferred.

Contact

Patricia Brosnahan

Email: Brosnahanp@ccsem.org

Intake Coordinator  Port Huron

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General Info

Department: Behavioral Health

Location: Port Huron

Position Type: Part Time

Hours/Pay

Days/Hours Worked: This is a part-time, 20-25 hours per week position. May need to work some evening hours.

Experience

Description

The Intake Coordinator is responsible for client intake and clerical duties as related to the operations of Behavioral Health Services including providing support to psychiatrists. The position provides direct assistance to the Office Manager and Clinical Services Manager as needed and requires skill in planning, organizing and coordinating the delivery of patient care by all staff personnel as well as the coordination of day to day office activities.

Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

High school diploma or equivalent required; Bachelor’s degree in Business or Human Services related field preferred.
One year, minimally two years’ experience for lead role, in a clerical support position; behavioral health office experience preferred.
Knowledge and/or experience with behavioral health services and funding sources preferred.
Any combination of education, training and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position.
Position requires a highly organized, assertive manner with good interpersonal skills and excellent customer service.
Position requires computer (Microsoft Office) proficiencies, creative problem solving and effective time management skills.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Answer all front desk phone calls
Greet visitors and clients
Complete intake process
Maintain client files
Check in clients for individual and group sessions
Manage Psychiatrists schedules (ensures authorization is in place before appointment, clinical documentation is in place for psychiatrist)
Receive and properly record payments
Inform Office Manager and/or Clinical Services Manager of all daily outstanding balances (i.e. unpaid co-pays, fees, other)
Distribute inter-office mail
Order office supplies

Contact: Miranda Shell shellm@ccsem.org or Kim Burdick burdickk@ccsem.org

Contact

Kim Burdick

Email: burdickk@ccsem.org

Clinical Therapist  Royal Oak, MI

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General Info

Department: Behavioral Health

Location: Royal Oak, MI

Position Type: Part Time

Hours/Pay

Days/Hours Worked: This is a part-time position, minimum 20-25 hours per week, and minimum of 2 evenings per week. Some telehealth services are available, as applicable.

Experience

Education Requirements: Master's degree in social work or counseling.

Special Requirements: Full licensure in the state of Michigan preferred, limited license will be considered.

Description

The Clinical Therapist functions under the supervision of the Clinical Services Manager and is responsible for providing direct clinical care in the form of group, family and/or individual client treatment. This position may also include the provision of didactic programming and parent programming.

The Clinical Therapist is responsible to assure that treatment groups are properly conducted, utilizing evidence based treatment and recovery approaches. These duties also include documentation of the clinical record and treatment planning for the purposes of compliance with accreditation and licensing and meeting the conditions established by funders regarding client submissions, ongoing utilization and clinical reviews of client progress and any other compliance issue required of the program and its personnel.

Direct Clinical Responsibilities:

To provide clinical assessment and diagnosis, individual, family, group counseling, and behaviorally specific treatment plans for mental health clientele as assigned.
Facilitate group therapy or other educations groups as assigned.
Maintain necessary correspondence and communication with other agency and service providers.
Maintain caseload and strive for 20 hours of treatment per agreement at hire.
Work toward professional development by attaining and maintaining credentials. Obtain a total of 12 CEU credits per year through agency in service training, or other appropriate educational services.
Performs all other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

Master's degree in social work or counseling.
Full licensure in the state of Michigan preferred, limited license will be considered.
Good communication and interpersonal skills
Must have computer skills; ability to utilize an electronic health record

Contact

Jackie Smith

Email: smithj@ccsem.org

Activity Associate/Bus Driver  Auburn Hills

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General Info

Department: Senior Services

Location: Auburn Hills

Position Type: Part Time

Hours/Pay

Days/Hours Worked: This is a part-time 28 hour/week position. Available to work flexible hours Mon-Fri

Experience

Education Requirements: High School Diploma with appropriate older adult experience.

Special Requirements: Valid Michigan Chauffeur’s License (willing to acquire chauffeur's license withing 60 days of hire). Appropriate driving record as documented by Michigan Department of State.

Description

JOB DESCRIPTION
The Activity Associate/Back-up Bus Driver is a rewarding position and we are looking for that ideal individual! You will be responsible for leading daily programs, assisting participants with various activities, and when needed coordinating and providing the transportation services for our Adult Day Program participants at our Auburn Hills Adult Day Center office located on the campus of Sacred Heart Catholic Church.

QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES

Valid Michigan Chauffeur’s License (willing to acquire chauffeur's license within 60 days of hire)
Appropriate driving record as documented by the Michigan Department of State.
Ability to work supportively and positively with older adult population in a flexible needs environment.
High School Diploma with appropriate older adult experience.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Maintain bus in clean working order, including gas fill-ups, washes, oil changes, and tire and battery maintenance with prior knowledge of the Site Supervisor or Transportation Coordinator.
Complete required daily documentation for bus runs and submit to Site Supervisor.
Complete bus inventory checklist and bus maintenance checklist and submit to Site Supervisor at the end of every month.
Maintain current chauffeur’s license and CPR certification.
Any employee driving the bus will agree to random drug screening.
Assist program participants with arts and crafts.
Assist program participants with socialization activities.
Assist program participants with activities of daily living.
Assist in serving snack/lunch and required cleanup.
In the absence of Site, Supervisor assume responsibility for implementing pre-planned programs
Perform other related duties as assigned by Site Supervisor

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

Must be able to assist with wheelchair transfers

Contact

Kaitlyn Cooke

Email: cookek@ccsem.org

Clinical Therapist  Monroe, MI

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General Info

Department: Behavioral Health

Location: Monroe, MI

Position Type: Part Time

Hours/Pay

Days/Hours Worked: This is a part-time position, minimum 20-25 hours per week, and minimum of 2 evenings per week. Some telehealth services are available, as applicable.

Experience

Education Requirements: Master's degree in social work or counseling.

Special Requirements: Full licensure in the state of Michigan preferred, limited license will be considered.

Description

The Clinical Therapist functions under the supervision of the Clinical Services Manager and is responsible for providing direct clinical care in the form of group, family and/or individual client treatment. This position may also include the provision of didactic programming and parent programming.

The Clinical Therapist is responsible to assure that treatment groups are properly conducted, utilizing evidence based treatment and recovery approaches. These duties also include documentation of the clinical record and treatment planning for the purposes of compliance with accreditation and licensing and meeting the conditions established by funders regarding client submissions, ongoing utilization and clinical reviews of client progress and any other compliance issue required of the program and its personnel.



Direct Clinical Responsibilities:

To provide clinical assessment and diagnosis, individual, family, group counseling, and behaviorally specific treatment plans for mental health clientele as assigned.
Facilitate group therapy or other educations groups as assigned.
Maintain necessary correspondence and communication with other agency and service providers.
Maintain caseload and strive for 20 hours of treatment per agreement at hire.
Work toward professional development by attaining and maintaining credentials. Obtain a total of 12 CEU credits per year through agency in service training, or other appropriate educational services.
Performs all other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

Master's degree in social work or counseling.
Full licensure in the state of Michigan preferred, limited license will be considered.
Substance abuse experience preferred.
Good communication and interpersonal skills
Must have computer skills; ability to utilize an electronic health record

Contact

Wendy Klinski

Email: klinskiw@ccsem.org

Intake Coordinator  Royal Oak, MI

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General Info

Department: Behavioral Health

Location: Royal Oak, MI

Position Type: Part Time

Hours/Pay

Days/Hours Worked: This is a part-time, 20 hours per week position. May need to work some evening hours.

Experience

Description

The Intake Coordinator is responsible for client intake and clerical duties as related to the operations of Behavioral Health Services including providing support to psychiatrists. The position provides direct assistance to the Office Manager and Clinical Services Manager as needed and requires skill in planning, organizing and coordinating the delivery of patient care by all staff personnel as well as the coordination of day to day office activities.

Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

High school diploma or equivalent required; Bachelor’s degree in Business or Human Services related field preferred.
One year, minimally two years’ experience for lead role, in a clerical support position; behavioral health office experience preferred.
Knowledge and/or experience with behavioral health services and funding sources preferred.
Any combination of education, training and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position.
Position requires a highly organized, assertive manner with good interpersonal skills and excellent customer service.
Position requires computer (Microsoft Office) proficiencies, creative problem solving and effective time management skills.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Answer all front desk phone calls
Greet visitors and clients
Complete intake process
Maintain client files
Check in clients for individual and group sessions
Manage Psychiatrists schedules (ensures authorization is in place before appointment, clinical documentation is in place for psychiatrist)
Receive and properly record payments
Inform Office Manager and/or Clinical Services Manager of all daily outstanding balances (i.e. unpaid co-pays, fees, other)
Distribute inter-office mail
Order office supplies

Contact

Barb Youngblood

Email: youngbloodb@ccsem.org

VISTA (Volunteer in Service to America) Volunteer Coordinator  St. Clair Shores and Southfield

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General Info

Department: Senior Services

Location: St. Clair Shores and Southfield

Position Type: Full-Time Contract for One-Year

Start Date: July 6, 2021

Hours/Pay

Rate of Pay: biweekly living allowance of $513.94

Experience

Description

To apply for this position please visit: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=104480

Member Duties: As an AmeriCorps VISTA member at Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan, you will help create the volunteer aspect of the Senior Outreach Program that will allow us to serve a greater number of our area seniors in quantifiable and meaningful ways. Creating the volunteer management and recruitment portion of the program will also help engage the metro Detroit community in serving those most in need. The main function of the position will be to create and implement an online system to help connect volunteers to clients in need and recruit volunteers through various avenues. The VISTA will also create and execute service opportunities like food/gift card drives, major food distribution events, and single-day community action events like spring and fall cleanups at our clients' homes in coordination with local parishes in the AoD.

Program Benefits: Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend, Living Allowance, Education award upon successful completion of service, Health Coverage*, Childcare assistance if eligible, Training, Relocation Allowance.

*For details about AmeriCorps VISTA healthcare benefits, please visit http://www.vistacampus.gov/healthcare

Terms :
Car recommended, Permits attendance at school during off hours, Permits working at another job during off-hours.

Service Areas :
Community Outreach, Elder Care.

Skills :
Experience w/ older population, Writing/Editing, Community Organization, Social Services, Public Speaking, Recruitment, Computers/Technology, Non-Profit Management, Communications, General Skills, Fundraising/Grant Writing.

Contact

Mark Johnson

Email: johnsonm@ccsem.org

Peer Recovery Support  Monroe, MI

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General Info

Department: St. Joseph Center of Hope

Location: Monroe, MI

Position Type: temporary part-time

Hours/Pay

Days/Hours Worked: Days and hours of work vary. This position may include evening and weekend obligations. This position is funded through a grant and will end on September 30, 2021.

Experience

Education Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent GED

Description

RAW (Recovery Advocacy Warriors) Peer Recovery support specialist assists community members and clients of CCSEM in various stages of recovery by connecting them to services and removing barriers to assist individuals in being successful to start the recovery process.


Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

General Requirements:

High school diploma or equivalent GED
Minimum of 2 years of recovery time
Knowledge of substance use recovery
Knowledge of RCOs (Recovery Community Organization)
Complete 40 hours of required (CCAR) Recovery Coach training with 90 days of hire date
Eligible for MDHHS Peer Recovery Coach Certification
Must be trained in naloxone (Narcan) administration
Good moral character
Knowledge of Microsoft Office to include Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Phone Etiquette.
Good verbal and written skills with excellent interpersonal skills
Must have computer skills; ability to utilize an electronic health record
Successful completion of initial and on-going employment screens, including, but not limited to criminal background, sex offender, drug screen, OIG, valid Michigan driver’s license, abuse and neglect and vehicle record check as required

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Services:

Performs outreach services to clients and community members to aid in building recovery capital
Records all contacts with clients and community members
Provides education and recovery related resources to clients and community members
Assists Program Coordinator with organizing community outreach events and education
Understands and deploys harm reduction strategies and techniques consistent with CCSEM beliefs and values
Understands and is familiar with Stages of Change
Understands and implements Motivational Interviewing during face-to-face meetings with clients
Assists with transportation when needed
Provides follow-up calls, and check-in calls for individuals in recovery as form of additional support
Follows up with clients who have been discharged and provides post-treatment support
All other duties as assigned

Contact

Wendy Klinski

Email: klinskiw@ccsem.org

Intake Coordinator  Monroe, MI

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General Info

Department: Behavioral Health

Location: Monroe, MI

Position Type: Part Time

Hours/Pay

Days/Hours Worked: This is a part-time, 24-28 hours per week position. May need to work some evening hours.

Experience

Education Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent required; Bachelor’s degree in Business or Human Services related field preferred.

Description

Job Description

The Intake Coordinator is responsible for client intake and clerical duties as related to the operations of Behavioral Health Services including providing support to psychiatrists. The position provides direct assistance to the Office Manager and Clinical Services Manager as needed and requires skill in planning, organizing and coordinating the delivery of patient care by all staff personnel as well as the coordination of day to day office activities.

Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

High school diploma or equivalent required; Bachelor’s degree in Business or Human Services related field preferred.
One year, minimally two years’ experience for lead role, in a clerical support position; behavioral health office experience preferred.
Knowledge and/or experience with behavioral health services and funding sources preferred.
Any combination of education, training and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position.
Position requires a highly organized, assertive manner with good interpersonal skills and excellent customer service.
Position requires computer (Microsoft Office) proficiencies, creative problem solving and effective time management skills.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Answer all front desk phone calls
Greet visitors and clients
Complete intake process
Maintain client files
Check in clients for individual and group sessions
Manage Psychiatrists schedules (ensures authorization is in place before appointment, clinical documentation is in place for psychiatrist)
Receive and properly record payments
Inform Office Manager and/or Clinical Services Manager of all daily outstanding balances (i.e. unpaid co-pays, fees, other)
Distribute inter-office mail
Order office supplies


This is a part-time, 24-28 hours per week position. May need to work some evening hours.

Contact

Wendy Klinski

Email: klinskiw@ccsem.org

Clinical Therapist  Lapeer, MI

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General Info

Department: Behavioral Health

Location: Lapeer, MI

Position Type: Part Time

Hours/Pay

Days/Hours Worked: 20 hours/week

Experience

Education Requirements: Master's degree in social work or counseling.

Special Requirements: Full licensure in the state of Michigan preferred, limited license will be considered.

Description

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Clinical Therapist functions under the supervision of the Clinical Services Manager and is responsible for providing direct clinical care in the form of group, family and/or individual client treatment. This position may also include the provision of didactic programming and parent programming.

The Clinical Therapist is responsible to assure that treatment groups are properly conducted, utilizing CCSEM treatment and recovery approaches. These duties also include documentation of the clinical record and treatment planning for the purposes of compliance with accreditation and licensing and meeting the conditions established by funders regarding client submissions, ongoing utilization and clinical reviews of client progress and any other compliance issue required of the program and its personnel.

DIRECT CLINICAL RESPONSIBLITIES:

To provide clinical assessment and diagnosis, individual, family, group counseling, and behaviorally specific treatment plans for mental health clientele as assigned.
Facilitate group therapy or other educations groups as assigned.
Maintain necessary correspondence and communication with other agency and service providers.
Maintain hours to level of agreement at hire.
Monitor collections from clients to ensure client payment in a timely fashion.
Obtain prior authorizations for services in a timely manner as required by insurance companies or other parties providing reimbursement for services where indicated.
Work toward professional development by attaining and maintaining credentials. Obtain a total of 12 CEU credits per year through agency in service trainings, or other appropriate educational services.
Performs all other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Master's degree in social work or counseling.
Full licensure in the state of Michigan preferred, limited license will be considered.
Good communication and interpersonal skills
Must have computer skills; ability to utilize an electronic health record

Contact

Eric Norat

Email: norate@ccsem.org

Retired and Senior Volunteer Program Coordinator  Auburn Hills

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General Info

Department: Senior Volunteer Programs

Location: Auburn Hills

Position Type: Part-Time

Start Date: 9/1/21

Hours/Pay

Availability: Immediately

Days/Hours Worked: Monday - Friday 28 hr./week position

Experience

Education Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Human Services related field or equivalent combination of education, training and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position

Experience Requirements: Minimally two years’ experience in a senior services and/or volunteer management preferred • Passion for work with older adult population required; knowledge of community resources/contacts for older adults preferred

Special Requirements: Position requires a highly organized, assertive manner with strong interpersonal skills and excellent communication skills

Description

The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program Coordinator is responsible for providing direct assistance in a variety of areas including outreach and administrative support related to the overall efficient programmatic operations of the federal and state funded Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP).
Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
• Bachelor’s degree in Human Services related field or equivalent combination of education, training and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position
• Minimally two years’ experience in a senior services and/or volunteer management preferred
• Passion for work with older adult population required; knowledge of community resources/contacts for older adults preferred
• Position requires a highly organized, assertive manner with strong interpersonal skills and excellent communication skills
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
• Assist RSVP Program Manager to provide day-to-day administration of program
• Assure program compliance with funding and programming requirements of the Corporation for National and Community Service, Michigan Aging & Adult Services Agency and other funding sources
• Recruit, enroll, train, place and support volunteers
• Establish and maintain memorandums of understanding with volunteer stations
• Assist Program Manager in developing annual program goals and objectives in order to maintain program quality
• Oversee the collection of program data and assist Program Manager with reporting
• Assist in planning and implementing an annual volunteer recognition event and ongoing activities to recognize the contributions of individual volunteers with the Program Manager
• Stay informed of current developments and activities in the field and make use of educational opportunities and resources to improve skills
• Other duties as assigned by RSVP Program Manager

Contact

Trista Johnson

Email: johnsont@ccsem.org

Clinical Therapist  Port Huron

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General Info

Department: Behavioral Health

Location: Port Huron

Position Type: Full Time

Hours/Pay

Days/Hours Worked: The core CCSEM business days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Experience

Education Requirements: Master's degree in social work or counseling. Full licensure in the state of Michigan preferred, limited license will be considered.

Description

The Clinical Therapist functions under the supervision of the Clinical Services Manager and is responsible for providing direct clinical care in the form of group, family and/or individual client treatment. This position may also include the provision of didactic programming and parent programming.

The Clinical Therapist is responsible to assure that treatment groups are properly conducted, utilizing CCSEM treatment and recovery approaches. These duties also include documentation of the clinical record and treatment planning for the purposes of compliance with accreditation and licensing and meeting the conditions established by funders regarding client submissions, ongoing utilization and clinical reviews of client progress and any other compliance issue required of the program and its personnel.

Direct Clinical Responsibilities:

To provide clinical assessment and diagnosis, individual, family, group counseling, and behaviorally specific treatment plans for mental health clientele as assigned.
Facilitate group therapy or other educations groups as assigned.
Maintain necessary correspondence and communication with other agency and service providers.
Maintain hours to level of agreement at hire.
Monitor collections from clients to ensure client payment in a timely fashion.
Obtain prior authorizations for services in a timely manner as required by insurance companies or other parties providing reimbursement for services where indicated.
Work toward professional development by attaining and maintaining credentials. Obtain a total of 12 CEU credits per year through agency in service trainings, or other appropriate educational services.
Performs all other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

Master's degree in social work or counseling.
Full licensure in the state of Michigan preferred, limited license will be considered.
Good communication and interpersonal skills
Must have computer skills; ability to utilize an electronic health record

Contact

Kim Burdick

Email: burdickk@ccsem.org

Foster Care Case Manager  Southfield

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General Info

Department: Child Welfare

Location: Southfield

Position Type: Full Time

Hours/Pay

Days/Hours Worked: The core days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. This position may require long hours and evenings as scheduled.

Experience

Education Requirements: Minimum of a Bachelor level degree in Social Work or a human services field

Experience Requirements: One-year experience in direct adoption services, child welfare or related services preferred.

Description

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Under the direction of the Foster Care Supervisor, Foster Care Case Managers provide, coordinate and facilitate all services necessary to support the permanency goal for the children in care. Foster Care Case Managers assess youth and families in order to develop, coordinate and implement individualized treatment plans with youth and their families to resolve abuse and neglect difficulties and to achieve permanency for youth. They are responsible to coordinate youth’s placement within foster care, school and community, DHS and family court and document all activities. The Foster Care Case Manager will carry a caseload, complete court reports and provide testimony in court, complete a safety and needs assessments, resource acquisition transportation and visitation and complete authorization of funds for services.

QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES:

Minimum of a Bachelor level degree in Social Work or a human services field
One-year experience in direct adoption services, child welfare or related services preferred.
Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw conclusions.
Ability to deal with a variety of abstract and concrete variables and apply basic mathematical applications.
Understands the impact of separation and loss on families and children.
Possess outstanding child and family safety assessment skills.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

Attend required 9-weeks of CWTI training and receive a passing grade on two examinations prior to receiving a full caseload. Included in CWTI training is MiSACWIS training provided by the state and become proficient in utilizing MiSACWIS as a day-to-day tool to document contacts, service plans and other required documents.
On an annual basis, complete 32 hours of ongoing applicable continuing education.
Input all reports in MiSACWIS in a timely manner to ensure compliance with the current Modified Settlement Agreement.
Develop, coordinate and implement concise, accurate treatment plans with youth, their families, foster families and/or other caretakers facilitating permanency, safety, and well-being
Provide and/or coordinate services to meet needs of youth in order to stabilize youth’s placement, school placement and reinforce school success (e.g. parenting time, placement visits, visits birth parents, behavior specialist services, wraparound meetings and other case conferences) in coordination with birth/relative/foster parents
Coordinate required medical and dental services for all foster children and monitor the implementation of these services by the caregiver

Contact

Kristie Hardin

Email: hardink@ccsem.org