Knowledge, skills, and abilities:
- 5+ years of providing direct clinical services to adults with serious mental illness required
- 3+ years of supervisory experience in a clinical setting – preferably within a community-based service model required
- 3+ years of experience with Medicaid Rule 132/140 quality assurance and oversight required
- Masters' in Social Work and current licensure as an LCSW required
- Acceptable driving record, current driver's license and daily access to a personal vehicle is required
- Provide linguistic and culturally appropriate service to adult behavioral health clients, as appropriate.
- Abide by Code of Conduct and Ethics, all other AHS policy and procedures, and all ethical standards of the professional group to which the individual counselor belongs (I.e., NASW, APA, etc.).
- Utilize the IM+CANS in clinical work with clients; advise and sign off on supervisees IM+CANS
- Direct case management including providing or arranging for the provision of resources and services needed by the client, advocacy, linkage, support, consultation and follow-up of these services.
- Arrange, provide access and follow up for psychiatric services, medication management and other medical services, as needed in conjunction with counseling and case management services.
- Perform crisis intervention including crisis assessment, assessments, counseling, referral, and follow-up services as needed
- Monitor the use of crisis phone and crisis phone rotation that best suits clients, supervisees and agency.
- Make home visits and other field visits to clients. It is expected that all clients will receive services in the most accessible manner needed by the client.
- Coordinating with collateral sources, agencies, bureaucracies, facilities and families on client’s behalf including working in ways that will reduce stigma of mental illness and generate more opportunities in society for client participation
- Work in partnership with the the clients’ families and significant others, including providing appropriate psycho-education to all family members or others in a client’s support system
- Participate in training programs and provide training to staff
- Provide supervision to adult Clinicians and Case Managers
- Ensure client charts maintained for compliance and clinical practice in a timely fashion
- Experience working with recent immigrants and/or refugees is highly preferred
- Bilingual highly preferred
- Training and expertise in various forms of psychotherapy preferred
- Ability to lift 20 lbs and under
*Must provide a cover letter with resume to be considered
Asian Human Services Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer dedicated to the fair and equal treatment of all of its employees without regard to age, gender, race, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, disability, political or union affiliation, maternity status, parental status, military or veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by law.