We have openings for CSP Case Managers in our Columbia County Community Support Program! The CSP Case Manager (CSI) position is responsible for providing a wide array of culturally sensitive, recovery oriented, trauma sensitive, direct clinical services provided in conjunction with other staff. Services provided by this position may include assessment, treatment planning, referrals and case management. Master’s degree is preferred, and preference will be given to those holding a master’s degree. The CSP Case Manager is a clinical position in a State of Wisconsin certified Community Support Program- DHS.63. The Case Manager will work within an interdisciplinary team to provide day to day services to adults with serious and persistent mental illness; including assisting consumers with their rehabilitation efforts, education and support, medication monitoring and deliveries, and assessing mental status and symptomology. The Case Manager will also complete timely and professional documentation.
Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a related behavioral health field with 1,000 hours of supervised post-degree experience with chronically mentally ill persons; Master’s degree preferred.
Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a field other than behavioral health with 2,000 hours of post-degree experience with chronically mentally ill persons; Master’s degree preferred.
- Experience in related behavioral health field.
- Commitment to work toward improving cultural diversity and inclusion.
- Strong commitment to principles of recovery and to facilitating consumer participation in treatment/service planning and provision.
- Knowledge of evidence based practices for treatment of mental health and co-occurring disorders.
- Experience in community-based mental health and substance abuse assessment, case management, treatment planning and crisis resolution.
- Ability to communicate effectively (both orally and in writing).
- Ability to work effectively with an interdisciplinary team with a positive and creative attitude.
- Ability to work independently and remain organized and efficient.
- Superior ethics and interpersonal boundaries as evidenced by past experience in community based work with related professional references.
- Possession of a valid driver’s license, a favorable driving record, adequate insurance (per WI law) and access to a vehicle with willingness to use it for work (i.e. transporting consumers.
- Master’s degree in a related behavioral health field.
- Bi-lingual, and/or bi-cultural (Spanish/Hmong/Cambodian).
- Fluent in American Sign Language.
- Experience with use of evidence based practices in mental health, and substance abuse.
A. Provision of Clinical Services
- Performs accurate assessments to initially evaluate mental health, as well as alcohol and other drug use issues in a culturally sensitive, recovery oriented, trauma sensitive manner.
- Provides a range of clinical services in conjunction with program staff including outreach, assessment, treatment planning, referral, and case management in a context that is supportive of the consumer’s culture, values, and perspectives.
- Completes accurate clinical records including intakes, assessments, treatment plans and updates, progress notes, discharge summaries, and other information in a timely manner.
B. Program and JMHC Participation
- Attends staff meetings, in-services and other program activities as requested.
- Participates in JMHC committees, trainings and activities as directed and/or approved.
Organization: Journey Mental Health Center
Job Location: Madison, WIRead the full article at: https://www.jobsinmadison.com/j/61890010?pc=6DE8250F10