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Income Support Specialist  Pontiac

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General Info

Department: La Casa Amiga Community Programs

Location: Pontiac

Position Type: Part-Time

Start Date: August 22, 2022

Hours/Pay

Availability: Most hours are Monday - Friday as assigned. Some evenings required.

Days/Hours Worked: This is a part-time 25 hours per week , non-exempt position. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, as assigned. This is a year-round position, eligible for paid time off (PTO). This position requires some evenings

Experience

Education Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related human services field

Experience Requirements: Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build relationships with people of varying economic and cultural backgrounds. Effective written communication skills, including skill in proof reading for grammar and spelling. Proficient computer skills and in-depth knowledge of relevant software – especially Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point) and Social Media web platforms; good record keeping abilities. Reliable, self-motivated and flexible; able to respond to new opportunities.

Special Requirements: Fully Bilingual (English/Spanish)

Description

Under the direction of the Director of La Casa Amiga Community Programs, the Income Support Specialist provides case management support to individuals and families who are eligible for Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (MDHHS) benefits. This position is responsible for focusing on the health and welfare of families to positively represent the agency as an effective, caring and professional collaborative partner. This position must be able to multi-task between a variety of case management needs to serve families with dignity and respect.

QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
• Fully Bilingual (English/Spanish)
• Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related human services field
• Ability to work well with people of varying economic and cultural background
• 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, including skill in proof reading for grammar and spelling
• Proficient computer skills and in-depth knowledge of relevant software – especially Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point) and Social Media web platforms; good record keeping abilities.
• Reliable, self-motivated and flexible; able to respond to new opportunities
• Strong knowledge and understanding of the digital media landscape, including several social media websites
• Ability to keep all work-related information confidential as necessary
• Forward thinker, who actively seeks opportunities and proposes solutions
• Position requires strong leadership and supervisory skills.
• Position requires a highly organized, assertive manner with strong interpersonal skills evidenced by excellent verbal and written skills.
• Demonstrate a desire to help people improve their quality of life.
• Have a sense of compassion and patience in order to communicate effectively with clients.

Contact

Luz Acosta

Email: acostal@ccsem.org

Financial Coach Specialist  Pontiac

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General Info

Department: La Casa Amiga Legal Clinic & Community Programs

Location: Pontiac

Position Type: Part-Time

Start Date: Immediate

Hours/Pay

Availability: This is a part-time, non-exempt position. Days and hours of work are within the normal business hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Days/Hours Worked: Approximately 15 hours per week

Experience

Education Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Accounting or related field; financial coaching experience preferred

Experience Requirements: See full job description below for specific requirements

Special Requirements: Proficiency in English and Spanish; excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills

Description

Under the direction of the Center for Working Families supervisor, the Financial Coach Specialist provides individualized and group financial coaching for participants to help them reach target goals including credit score, budgeting, saving, utilization of affordable financial services, and asset development. This position works directly with families/individuals to ensure that families reach their educational, financial and asset goals.

QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES

• Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Accounting or related field; financial coaching experience preferred
• Proficiency in English and Spanish; excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
• Demonstrate organizational skills, with the ability to multi-task
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office software including Word and Excel
• Highly motivated self-starter
• Demonstrate ability to interact effectively and confidently with individuals at all socio-economic levels that utilize Hispanic & Newcomer Outreach support
• Ability to work independently and as a productive team member
• Excellent mathematical skills and reasoning ability
• 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

• Provides one-on-one financial coaching for identified number of participants each year, keeping records and tracking progress to solve their problems.
• Assists participants with goal setting, budgeting, credit building/rebuilding, debt repayment, savings, utilization of affordable financial services, and asset development.
• Help clients identify strategies for increasing income, inform them on ways to avoid loans, fees, and predatory practices that are exploitative or fraudulent.
• Help clients look at debt and how to wisely use debt to acquire better credit, appreciating assets and develop critical thinking skills.
• Follow up with participants on referrals to other financial service professionals when applicable.
• Develops, conducts and promotes financial education classes to reach the number of participants required by UWSEM, keeping attendance records for each class.
• Data collection and evaluation: Collect and verify all required data from participants throughout the program, including Combined Financial Assessment and Financial Profile.
• Recruits and secure volunteers from schools, banks, financial institutions, churches, etc. to help the Financial Aid Society with taxes.
• Have individual planning sessions with an identified number of Tax clients/ITIN prior to meeting with Financial Aid Society.
• Reports on the following outputs/outcomes at the request of UWSEM: Net income, Net worth, Credit score, and income to expense ratio, ITIN applications, Bank Accounts opened. Submit Clients success stories as requested by UWSEM.
• Resource development: Identify and refer participants to other resources and services needed to achieve their financial goals. Identify, cultivate, and maintain relationships with key community partners.
• Attends meetings and required training jointly with UWSEM Community Financial Centers and other Community meetings as needed including quarterly Financial Coaching meetings in Detroit.
• Adhere to the Mission, Values and Vision of CCSEM and the values and teachings of the Catholic Church.
• Performs other related duties as assigned by Center for working families – Supervisor

This is a part-time, 15 hours per week non-exempt position. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, as assigned. This is a year-round position, This position requires some evenings.

Contact

Luz Acosta

Email: acostal@ccsem.org

Clinical (Child and Adolescent) Therapist – Monroe  New Monroe Family Counseling Service Center in Monroe, MI

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General Info

Department: Behavioral Health Services - Monroe MI

Location: New Monroe Family Counseling Service Center in Monroe, MI

Position Type: Part time or a full-time opportunity

Hours/Pay

Days/Hours Worked: Hybrid/office schedule offered. The core CCSEM business days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. This position requires two evenings per week to accommodate client scheduling requests

Experience

Education Requirements: Master’s level degree in a human services field; Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or Addiction Studies

Experience Requirements: Clinical experience with mental health disorders, particularly in children and adolescents. Limited or fully licensed through the State of Michigan (Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor or Limited License Psychologist)

Special Requirements: Knowledge of childhood development and family dynamics - see full job description below for more information.

Description

Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan is seeking a master's level clinical therapist to work in our new children and family outpatient mental health clinic in Monroe, Michigan. The Clinical Therapist is responsible for providing direct clinical care in the form of individual and/or family treatment. This position works as part of an interdisciplinary team that includes medical providers. Duties also include documentation in the electronic clinical record and treatment planning for the purposes of compliance with accreditation and licensing and meeting the conditions established by third-party funders.

BENEFITS:
* Health insurance for full-time employees
* Generous paid time off for both part-time and full-time employees
* 11 paid holidays
* Retirement plan with immediate employer matching
*Free clinical supervision for limited-licensed clinicians and those on an MCBAP development
*Professional environment that values the professional development of our clinical staff and cutting edge treatment approaches

QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
• Master’s level degree in a human services field; Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or Addiction Studies
• Limited or fully licensed through the State of Michigan (Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor, or Limited License Psychologist)
• Clinical experience with mental health disorders, particularly in children and adolescents
• Knowledge of childhood development and family dynamics
• Position requires excellent interpersonal skills, a good moral character with the flexibility of work schedule, including the ability to conduct telehealth
• Position requires good verbal and written skills
• Must have computer skills; ability to utilize an electronic health record
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Provide clinical assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning for children, adolescents
• Maintain necessary correspondence and communication with other agencies and service providers
• Shall carry a caseload of a minimum of 12 cases for part-time and 24 cases for full-time.
• Prepare assigned clients for discharge or transition through planning and linkage with services as indicated
• Conduct oneself in an ethical, mature, and professional manner and treat clients, referral sources, and coworkers with dignity and respect
• Complete documentation within agency guidelines and timeframes
• Attend regular supervisory sessions, in-service training, all required staff meetings, and psychiatric consultations as required

POSITION CLASSIFICATION, TYPE & EXPECTED HOURS OF WORK:

Part-time or a full-time position. Hybrid/office schedule offered. The core CCSEM business days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. This position requires two evenings per week to accommodate client scheduling requests.

Contact

Anna Licavoli

Email: licavolia@ccsem.org

Clinical (Child and Adolescent) Therapist – Port Huron  Port Huron

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General Info

Department: Behavioral Health Services - Port Huron

Location: Port Huron

Position Type: Part time or a full-time opportunity

Hours/Pay

Days/Hours Worked: Hybrid/office schedule offered. The core CCSEM business days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. This position requires two evenings per week to accommodate client scheduling requests

Experience

Education Requirements: Master’s level degree in a human services field; Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or Addiction Studies

Experience Requirements: Clinical experience with mental health disorders, particularly in children and adolescents. Limited or fully licensed through the State of Michigan (Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor or Limited License Psychologist)

Special Requirements: Knowledge of childhood development and family dynamics - see full job description below for more information.

Description

Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan is seeking a master's level clinical therapist to work in our family outpatient mental health clinic in the heart of Port Huron, Michigan. The Clinical Therapist is responsible for providing direct clinical care in the form of individual and/or family treatment. This position works as part of an interdisciplinary team that includes medical providers. Duties also include documentation in the electronic clinical record and treatment planning for the purposes of compliance with accreditation and licensing and meeting the conditions established by third-party funders.

BENEFITS:
* Health insurance for full-time employees
* Generous paid time off for both part-time and full-time employees
* 11 paid holidays
* Retirement plan with immediate employer matching
*Free clinical supervision for limited-licensed clinicians and those on an MCBAP development
*Professional environment that values the professional development of our clinical staff and cutting edge treatment approaches

QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
• Master’s level degree in a human services field; Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or Addiction Studies
• Limited or fully licensed through the State of Michigan (Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor, or Limited Licensed Psychologist)
• Clinical experience with mental health disorders, particularly in children and adolescents
• Knowledge of childhood development and family dynamics
• Position requires excellent interpersonal skills, a good moral character with the flexibility of work schedule, including the ability to conduct telehealth
• Position requires good verbal and written skills
• Must have computer skills; ability to utilize an electronic health record
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Provide clinical assessment, diagnosis, and treatment planning for children, adolescents
• Maintain necessary correspondence and communication with other agencies and service providers
• Shall carry a caseload of a minimum of 12 cases for part-time and 24 cases for full-time.
• Prepare assigned clients for discharge or transition through planning and linkage with services as indicated
• Conduct oneself in an ethical, mature, and professional manner and treat clients, referral sources, and coworkers with dignity and respect
• Complete documentation within agency guidelines and timeframes
• Attend regular supervisory sessions, in-service training, all required staff meetings, and psychiatric consultations as required

POSITION CLASSIFICATION, TYPE & EXPECTED HOURS OF WORK:

Part-time or a full-time position. Hybrid/office schedule offered. The core CCSEM business days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. This position requires two evenings per week to accommodate client scheduling requests.

Contact

Kim Burdick

Email: burdickk@ccsem.org

Catholic Faith Based Mental Health Therapist – Monroe, MI  Monroe, MI

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General Info

Department: Behavioral Health Services

Location: Monroe, MI

Position Type: full-time or part-time position

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., however, this position requires at least two evenings per week (through 8:30 PM) and may have Saturday hours as scheduled.

Experience

Education Requirements: Master’s level degree in a human services field; Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, or Addiction Studies preferred. Limited or fully licensed through the State of Michigan (Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor, or Limited License Psychologist)

Experience Requirements: 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, a good moral character with the flexibility of work schedule. Carry a full caseload of clients (26-30 clients scheduled in a 40-hour week, including two evenings per week, with a goal of 26 client contact hours rendered weekly). Caseload numbers are subject to change with the approval of the Director. Position requires good verbal and written skills Must have computer skills; ability to utilize an electronic health record. Successful completion of initial and ongoing 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.

Special Requirements: • This position will be filled by a faithful Catholic who is fully qualified to provide outstanding clinical and related services, and who will, where appropriate, ground the interventions and desired outcomes in Catholic values, as expressed in Scripture, in the Catechism, and elsewhere in teachings of the Catholic Church. • Must have a clear understanding of Catholic teachings • Able to ground interventions and desired outcomes in Catholic values, as expressed in Scripture, in the Catechism, and elsewhere in teachings of the Church • Will work collaboratively, where appropriate, with a Deacon or spiritual director as appropriate to include Catholic spirituality in treating the whole person • Will consult, where appropriate, with a Deacon or spiritual director for questions or guidance on the Catholic faith and spirituality as needed • Willing to conduct presentations and workshops as requested by Catholic entities such as parishes or schools when requested

Description

The Faith-Based Mental Health Therapist functions under the supervision of the Director of Behavioral Health and is responsible for providing clinical services and needed related services for clients who are requesting Catholic-based counseling services. This position may include the provision of individual, family, and marital counseling, group therapy, didactic programming, and parent programming. The Faith-Based Mental Health Therapist is responsible for ensuring high-quality clinical and related services that will, where appropriate, ground the interventions and desired outcomes in Catholic values, as expressed in Scripture, in the Catechism, and elsewhere in the teachings of the Catholic Church. This position will work, where appropriate, in a consultative relationship with a deacon and/or spiritual director to include Catholic spirituality in treating the whole person. These duties also include proper clinical documentation and treatment planning to comply with accreditation and licensing and CCSEM policy and procedures.

DIRECT CLINICAL ACTIVITIES:

• Provide clinical assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning for individuals, couples and families
• Provide psychotherapy and counseling services to families, couples, children and their parents, and adult individuals
• Facilitate group therapy or other education groups as assigned
• Maintain necessary correspondence and communication with other agency and service providers as needed
• Monitor collections from clients to ensure client payment in a timely fashion
• Prepare assigned clients for discharge or transition through planning and linkage with services as indicated
• Conduct oneself in an ethical, mature and professional manner and treat clients, referral sources and coworkers with dignity and respect
• Ensure services consistent with the values and teachings of the Archdiocese of Detroit and the Catholic Church

INDIRECT CLINICAL ACTIVITIES:

• Complete documentation within agency guidelines and timeframes
o Complete comprehensive clinical assessments and diagnostic formulations for assigned clients using approved agency forms within required timeframes as part of the counseling process
o Develop behaviorally specific, client-centered treatment plans, reviews, and discharge plans with assigned clients within required timeframes
• Obtain prior authorizations for services in a timely manner as required by insurance companies or other parties providing reimbursement for services where indicated
• Attend regular supervisory sessions, in service trainings, all required staff meetings and psychiatric consultations as required
• Maintain compliance with all agency policies and procedures including timesheets, travel logs, expense reports, statistical reports, weekly productivity logs, outcome evaluation requirements, and agency training requirements
• Work toward professional development by attaining and maintaining credentials. Obtain CEU credits per year through agency in service trainings, or other appropriate educational services to maintain licensure
• Represent the agency at events and participate in activities that promote/grow counseling programs in the community as assigned
• Represent CCSEM at community events and conduct oneself in an ethical, mature, and professional manner with honesty and integrity, welcoming clients, coworkers, and other stakeholders with dignity and respect
• Adhere to the Mission, Values, and Vision of CCSEM and the values and teachings of the Catholic Church
• Assist Director with additional projects and duties as assigned

WORK ENVIRONMENT, PHYSICAL DEMANDS & TRAVEL:

This job operates in a professional office environment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear and use a computer. This is largely a sedentary role; however, some filing is required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


Contact

Anna Licavoli

Email: licavolia@ccsem.org

Office Assistant  Monroe & Detroit

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General Info

Department: Behavioral Health Services - Monroe & Detroit

Location: Monroe & Detroit

Position Type: Part-time

Hours/Pay

Rate of Pay: $12.00 - $15.00 per hour

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

Experience

Education Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent required; Associate’s degree in related health/human service field preferred

Experience Requirements: Knowledge and/or experience with behavioral/medical health services and funding sources preferred. Any combination of education, training and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position

Special Requirements: Position requires a highly organized person with good interpersonal skills, excellent customer service and a team builder attitude willing to assist and support others.

Description

The Office Assistant is responsible for providing administrative support to the Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner(provider). The position requires maintaining the provider’s client list, coordinating the provider’s schedule, assisting with client follow-up, and coordinating care with primary/specialty care pharmacies.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Provides administrative and clerical support to the Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
• Coordinates scheduling and follow up appointments with front desk staff at all offices serviced by provider
• Ensures clinical documentation is prepared before appointments.
• Maintain a client list with daily updates to EHR
• Obtained and followed up on clinical documents needed, such as authorizations and medical consents.
• Coordinate care with insurance companies, primary/specialty providers, and local pharmacies.
• 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 Office Manager and/or Clinical Services Manager




Contact

Anna Licavoli

Email: licavolia@ccsem.org

Clinical Therapist  Detroit - Wayne County

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General Info

Department: Behavioral Health Services - Wayne County

Location: Detroit - Wayne County

Position Type: Full Time

Start Date: 2/25/22

Hours/Pay

Availability: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. with some flexibility for evening hours as needed

Days/Hours Worked: The core CCSEM business days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., however, this position may work through 8:00 PM as needs present.

Experience

Education Requirements: • Master’s level degree in a human services field; Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or Addiction Studies • Fully licensed through the State of Michigan (Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor or Limited License Psychologist) or Limited license social worker

Experience Requirements: • Certified Advanced Addictions Counselor or registered development plan with MCBAP preferred

Special Requirements: Clinical experience with mental health and substance use disorders • Knowledge of Motivational Interviewing and ASAM criteria prefer • Position requires excellent interpersonal skills, good moral character with flexibility of work schedule • Must have computer skills; ability to utilize an electronic health records • Comfortable navigating multiple work sites

Description

The Clinical Therapist functions under the supervision of the Behavioral Health Director and is responsible for providing direct clinical care in the form of group and individual treatment.

REPORTS TO: Behavioral Health Director

QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES

GENERAL BEHAVIORAL HEALTH REQUIREMENTS:
• Master’s level degree in a human services field; Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or Addiction Studies
• Fully licensed through the State of Michigan (Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor or Limited Licensed Psychologist) or Limited license social worker
• Certified Advanced Addictions Counselor or registered development plan with MCBAP preferred
• Clinical experience with mental health and substance use disorders
• Knowledge of Motivational Interviewing and ASAM criteria prefer
• Position requires excellent interpersonal skills, a good moral character with the flexibility of work schedule
• Must have computer skills; ability to utilize electronic health records
• Comfortable navigating multiple worksites
• Successful completion of initial and ongoing 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

DIRECT CLINICAL ACTIVITIES:
• Provide individual clinical assessments, diagnosis, treatment planning, referrals, and evidence-based therapies.
• Facilitate group therapy or other education groups as assigned
• Maintain necessary correspondence and communication with other agency partners and service providers
• Participate in multi-disciplinary team meetings to provide consultation and coordinate service needs of individuals
• Prepare assigned clients for discharge or transition through planning and linkage with services as indicated

INDIRECT CLINICAL ACTIVITIES:
• Complete documentation within agency guidelines and timeframes
o Complete comprehensive clinical assessments and diagnostic formulations for assigned clients using approved agency forms within required timeframes as part of the counseling process
o Develop behaviorally specific, client-centered treatment plans, reviews, and discharge plans with assigned clients within required timeframes
• Obtain prior authorizations for services in a timely manner as required by insurance companies or other parties providing reimbursement for services where indicated
• Track and maintain productivity measures:
o Full time and part-time must provide an average of 60% of time spent per month in direct service to clients (billable hours equivalent to 24 per week for full-time staff) and maintain a consistent level of productivity
• Attend regular supervisory sessions, in-service training, and all required staff meetings
• Maintain compliance with all agency policies and procedures including timesheets, travel logs, expense reports, statistical reports, weekly productivity logs, outcome evaluation requirements, and agency training requirements
• Work toward professional development by attaining and maintaining credentials. Obtain CEU credits per year through agency in-service training, or other appropriate educational services to enhance skills.
• Conduct oneself in an ethical, mature, and professional manner and treat clients, referral sources, and coworkers with dignity and respect
• Adhere to the Mission, Values, and Vision of CCSEM and the values and teachings of the Catholic Church
• Assist Behavioral Health Director with additional projects and duties as assigned

WORK ENVIRONMENT, PHYSICAL DEMANDS & TRAVEL:


This job operates in a professional office environment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear and use a computer. This is largely a sedentary role; however, some movement is required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
POSITION CLASSIFICATION, TYPE & EXPECTED HOURS OF WORK:

This is a full-time position. The core CCSEM business days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., however, this position may work through 8:00 PM as needs present.

TO APPLY
Please send your cover letter and resume to Anna Licavoli at licavolia@ccsem.org

Contact

Anna Licavoli

Email: licavolia@ccsem.org

Clinical Therapist (Multiple Locations)  Detroit, Monroe, Royal Oak, Port Huron, and Lapeer

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General Info

Department: Behavioral Health

Location: Detroit, Monroe, Royal Oak, Port Huron, and Lapeer

Position Type: Part Time and Full Time

Hours/Pay

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

Experience

Education Requirements: Master’s degree preferred - bachelor's level mandatory in a human services field; Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or Addiction Studies

Experience Requirements: • Must have computer skills; ability to utilize an electronic health records Comfortable navigating multiple work sites . 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

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

Description

CCSEM’s Clinical Therapists function under the supervision of the Clinical Services Manager and are 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 for 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 Activities:
• Provide individual clinical assessments, diagnosis, treatment planning, referrals, and evidence-based therapies.
• Facilitate group therapy or other education groups as assigned
• Maintain necessary correspondence and communication with other agency partners and service providers
• Participate in multi-disciplinary team meetings to provide consultation and coordinate service needs of individuals
• Prepare assigned clients for discharge or transition through planning and linkage with services as indicated

Indirect Clinical Activities:
• Complete documentation within agency guidelines and timeframes
• Complete comprehensive clinical assessments and diagnostic formulations for assigned clients using approved agency forms within required timeframes as part of the counseling process
• Develop behaviorally specific, client-centered treatment plans, reviews, and discharge plans with assigned clients within required timeframes
• Obtain prior authorizations for services in a timely manner as required by insurance companies or other parties providing reimbursement for services where indicated
• Track and maintain productivity measures
• Attend regular supervisory sessions, in-service training, and all required staff meetings
• Maintain compliance with all agency policies and procedures including timesheets, travel logs, expense reports, statistical reports, weekly productivity logs, outcome evaluation requirements, and agency training requirements
• Work toward professional development by attaining and maintaining credentials. Obtain CEU credits per year through an agency in-service training, or other appropriate educational services to enhance skills.
• Conduct oneself in an ethical, mature, and professional manner and treat clients, referral sources, and coworkers with dignity and respect
• Adhere to the Mission, Values, and Vision of CCSEM and the values and teachings of the Catholic Church
• Assist Behavioral Health Director with additional projects and duties as assigned

Qualifications:
• Master’s degree preferred in a human services field; Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or Addiction Studies
• Also hiring bachelor’s level
• Fully licensed through the State of Michigan (Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor or Limited License Psychologist) or Limited license social worker
• Certified Advanced Addictions Counselor or registered development plan with MCBAP preferred
• Clinical experience with mental health and substance use disorders
• Knowledge of Motivational Interviewing and ASAM criteria prefer
• Position requires excellent interpersonal skills, a good moral character with the flexibility of work schedule
• Must have computer skills; ability to utilize electronic health records
• Comfortable navigating multiple worksites
• Successful completion of initial and ongoing 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

Work Schedule:
This is a part-time OR full-time position, minimum 20-25 hours per week if part-time, and a minimum of 2 evenings per week. Some telehealth services are available, as applicable.

Contact

Please send a cover letter and resume to our Human Resource Manager, Shamiela Naidoo at Naidoos@ccsem.org

Email: Naidoos@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