Mental Health Clinician/Community Supports Specialist QMHP-C (Full-time position # LC68)
Job Description MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN/COMMUNITY SUPPORTS SPECIALIST- QMHP-C (Position # LC68) Application Deadline: Open Until Filled Full-Time position with excellent benefits package including: Health/Medical, Dental, Vision, Life & AD & D Insurance, Flex Plan, Short & Long Term Disability, 403(b) Retirement Plan, Annual Paid Leave, Holiday Pay, Educational Benefits/Tuition Reimbursement.
SPECIAL CONDITIONS: Flexible hours are required, including some evenings and weekends.
JOB SUMMARY: The Community Support Specialist (QMHP-C) meets requirements of a Qualified Mental Health Professional-Child and is responsible for providing Intensive In-Home (IIH) and Mental Health Skill-Building Services (MHSS) to children and adult clients as assigned in a clinic, school, home or community setting. Responsible for conducting needs assessments, including treatment recommendations; after hour/weekends; provides behavioral interventions as appropriate. Service delivery is guided by Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services licensing, agency policy and procedures and the service plan developed by the QMHP-C. This person is responsible for all documentation meeting Medicaid and programmatic standards in order to regulate Medicaid Billing. The QMHP-C is also responsible for family services, community referrals and follow-up, records management and intake/admissions for assigned individuals.
Requires thorough knowledge of modern theories and techniques of counseling/behavior modification, skill training, case management, community resources, licensing and DBHDS/DMAS standards. This position requires the Community Supports Specialist to have strong time management skills, effective written and oral communication skills as well as the ability to work independently and within a team model.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: • Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field from an accredited college in: Social Work, Psychology, Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Sociology, Counseling, Vocational Rehabilitation, Human Services Counseling or other equivalent degree • At least one year of clinical experience providing direct services (developing, conducting, and approving assessments and individual service plans or treatment plans) to children/adolescents with a diagnosis of mental illness. • Any other licensed mental health professional. • Valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record • Completion of all background checks and drug testing • Consent to TB assessment and/or testing
About HumanKind Here at HumanKind, we are building on more than 100 years of faithful service to individuals and families across the region.
Our mission has remained constant during our 110-year history to strengthen individuals and families through care, counseling and education. By doing so, we envision a compassionate society where the inherent value of every person is recognized, where families are healthy, and communities where everyone can prosper!
Our commitment to our values is intended for every individual we encounter and this is how we live them out: • Service is humble, professional and compassionate • Integrity is demonstrated by dignity, ethics and respect • Teamwork is seen in positive attitudes, collaboration and shared responsibility • Excellence is measuring quality while striving for continuous improvement • Developing Potential is encouraging and fostering growth in effectiveness • Diversity is respected, encouraged and celebrated
Our five Program Focus areas are:
Early Childhood Development Economic Empowerment Mental Health Services Residential Care Safe and Healthy Living