Hours: Full Time
Under the direction of the RTP Director:
Compile, collate and report all required program data as assigned
Coordinate, monitor and record all health related services provided to assigned clients
Attend or insure staff coverage at all client psychiatric appointments
Manage client medication systems at all assigned RTPs
Manage RTP transition cases as assigned
Complete all required clinical paperwork for assigned clients
Attend and co-facilitate staff meetings at assigned RTPs
Maintain regular contact with, and offer all necessary ongoing supports tp any foster home providing services to an RTP or RTP transition client
In conjunction with the RTPSC/CM, insure that a crisis plan is in place for each
Other duties as assigned
Formal/Education/Training (diplomas, degrees, licenses, certifications) and experience:
Essential - BA in human services or related field is required. Experience working with youth with challenging behaviors is required.
Desirable- Master’s Degree with at least one of the following credentials; Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Clinician, Licensed Social Worker, Licensed Psychologist with . Completion of coursework necessary to be eligible for one of the credentials listed below in “desirable” AND ongoing supervision toward that credential OR ongoing enrollment and progress toward completion in an academic program leading toward one of the below credentials. Minimum of 5 years’ experience providing therapeutic services and supervision in a residential setting.
Willingness to work flexible hours, possession of a valid driver’s license and excellent driving record is required. Access to a safe, reliable and adequately insured vehicle is required.
BA in human services or related field is required. Master’s Degree desired.
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