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Clinical Therapist  Detroit, Michigan

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General Info

Department: Center for the Works of Mercy

Location: Detroit, Michigan

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 level degree in a human services field; Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or Addiction Studies; social work degree preferred

Special Requirements: Certified Advanced Addictions Counselor or registered development plan with MCBAP required

Description

This full-time clinical therapist position functions under the supervision of the clinical director and is responsible for providing direct care in the form of group, family and/or individual treatment to clients in two locations in Detroit. This position may also include community presentations on behavioral health topics. 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.

DUTIES:

• Provide clinical assessment and diagnosis, individual, family, group counseling, and behaviorally specific treatment plans for mental health and for substance abuse clientele
• Facilitate group therapy or other education groups
• Maintain necessary correspondence and communication with other agency and service providers
• Prepare assigned clients for discharge or transition through planning and linkage with services as indicated
• Outreach in the community and with partner organizations to secure clients and assist community partners in need of mental health and substance abuse services

QUALIFICATIONS:

• Master’s level degree in a human services field; Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or Addiction Studies; social work degree preferred
• Certified Advanced Addictions Counselor or registered development plan with MCBAP required
• Limited or fully licensed through the State of Michigan (Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor or Limited License Psychologist)
• Clinical experience with mental health and/or substance use disorders
• Knowledge of co-occurring disorders of mental illness and addiction
• Position requires excellent interpersonal skills, good moral character with flexibility of work schedule
• Position requires good verbal and written 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

Contact

Adam Perry

Email: perrya@ccsem.org

Administrative Assistant – Southfield  Southfield, MI

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General Info

Department: Child Welfare

Location: Southfield, MI

Position Type: Full Time

Hours/Pay

Days/Hours Worked: Days and hours of work are Monday – Friday, 8:30-5:00pm

Experience

Description

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Administrative Assistant aids Child Welfare clients and staff in completing several necessary activities to ensure that the department remains in compliance and provide first contact for clients in need of support. This position assists with maintaining client files, employee schedules and appointments as assigned, attends to general office procedures, responds to phone calls, and makes the appropriate referrals. This position must be able to multi-task and respond to all clients with kindness and respect.

QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES

High school diploma or equivalent required; Associates degree preferred
Strong organizational skills that reflect ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks seamlessly with excellent attention to detail
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build relationships with people of varying economic and cultural backgrounds.
Conscientious and hard-working attitude; ability to work autonomously at times as well as in a team environment
Effective written communication skills
Proficient computer skills and in-depth knowledge of relevant software – especially Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point) and Social Media web platforms
Reliable, self-motivated and flexible
Strong knowledge and understanding of the digital media landscape, including several social media websites
Ability to keep all work-related information confidential as necessary

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Receives incoming calls and walk-in traffic; requests that clients register to determine the nature of their visit/needs and directs them to the appropriate staff person
Reviews the office’s voice mail for messages; assists with mail distribution
Arranges for office equipment repairs and building maintenance with prior authorization
Conduct monthly audit of building supplies and order accordingly
Organizes the reception area, including cabinets and supplies within those cabinets
Maintains lobby, copy, donation and coffee areas in an orderly appearance; make sure information posted in the bulletin boards is being reviewed and approved prior posting
Coordinates donations including its display for orderly storage and appearance
Types memos, correspondence, reports, and other documents as needed; performs variety of clerical duties
Manage post-adoption inquiries and related paperwork, as necessary
Monthly bank deposits, as necessary
Maintain petty cash for child welfare program
Data entry into internal and state automated system daily
Send out quarterly reminders to Foster parents about tracked medical and dental appointments
Assist Licensing department with placement efforts, as needed
Performs other related duties as assigned by the Director of Child Welfare


This is a full-time exempt position. Days and hours of work are Monday – Friday, 8:30-5:00pm, 40 hours per week within hours of Child Welfare operations, as assigned.

Contact

Kristie Hardin

Email: hardink@ccsem.org

Clinical Therapist – Lapeer  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

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/Bus Driver is responsible for daily delivery/coordination of transportation services for our Adult Day Program participants. Responsible for providing direct assistance to the Site Supervisor in a variety of areas related to efficient programmatic operations.

QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES

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.
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  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