Posted 2 years ago in Social Services
Provides case management support services to child consumers determined to have a chronic Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED), and determined to need habilitative, supportive, or maintenance services while in placement in specialized children’s residential, state hospitalization, the Monroe County Youth Center, or living in the community. Responsible to the Program Supervisor for delivery of direct and indirect service units consistent with qualitative and quantitative performance goals and standards established for the department.
Education, Training and Licensing Credentials:
Bachelor’s degree in social work with current Michigan licensure or certification. Requires a minimum of three years of evaluation and treatment of minors and their families.
Demonstrated knowledge and skills necessary to provide the appropriate care for the specific clinical needs and ages of the individuals served. Demonstrated knowledge of the clinical needs, symptoms, and behaviors of individuals served, as well as understand the principles of growth and development over the life span; have the ability to assess data reflecting each individual’s status; interpret the appropriate information needed to identify each individual’s requirements in relation to his or her age-specific/population specific needs; and to provide the care needed by the appropriate age group - (child, adolescent and adult).
Other Competencies and Abilities:
Ability to work in a complex, detail-oriented, deadline structured, busy organization. The following physical and mental abilities are required: frequent lifting or carrying up to 15 pounds, must be able to hear, frequent sitting/standing/walking, ability to communicated effectively in person and/or phone, the ability to read, analyze and interpret information, ability to write correspondence and procedures, ability to maintain records, ability to remain impartial during investigative procedures, ability to solve practical problems, ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions, ability to influence others. Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Outlook and such other applications if/when required. Ability to be trained and successfully complete other computer training as required. Valid driver’s license, proof of current automobile insurance and driving record determined by the Authority’s insurance carrier to be eligible for coverage if required as part of positions duties.
MCMHA is a community mental health organization serving consumers of Monroe County.
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