Program Coordinator

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES, EXPECTATIONS & COMPETENCIES

Supervisory Duties:

Supervises staff by assigning tasks, overseeing work assignments, reviewing work, providing direction, resolving work problems and determining performance standards. Provides direct client care when staff vacancies or extended leave of absence exists. Determines eligibility and selection of employees by conducting interview and selection process.

Accomplishes staff results by communicating job expectations planning, monitoring and appraising job performance. Maintains authority by maintaining responsibility for developing, approving, implementing and enforcing policies and procedures and quality standards. Ensures accuracy of clinical charts and treatment plans by reviewing, updating and modifying documents completed by staff. Confers and collaborates with social service agencies, community resource committees, medical professionals and others. Corresponds with referral source by attending meetings, writing memos and communicating by telephone. Seeks input from other professionals by presenting and reviewing client cases and obtaining alternative ideas for treatment. Assists in the development of client treatment plan by analyzing and reviewing assessments, collaborating with other medical professionals and conferring with client or client representative.Implements crisis intervention by supporting clients in regards to interpersonal, housing, financial, symptomatic and other emergency issues. When indicated, provides emotional support by interacting with client face to face. Ensures progress by monitoring emotional and mental health, level of functioning, medications, psychiatric appointments, treatment plans and other areas of personal living.

Clinician Duties

Develops individual service plan by performing diagnostic assessment, explaining treatment process, determining client diagnosis and gathering other pertinent data. Resolves issues by discussing concerns, problems and progress. Monitors client progress by maintaining and reviewing case notes and other documentation.

Provides client with alternative services by compiling information on available agency and community resources.

Corresponds with referral source by attending meetings, writing memos and communicating by telephone.

Additional Job Duties

Maintains professional and technical knowledge by reviewing periodicals and attending seminars and training sessions. Keeps accurate records in Electronic Health Record by completing and maintaining required documentation including treatment plans, etc.

Comply with agencies policy and procedures manual and keep up to date on updates made.

Assumes responsibility of clinicians due to absences or excessive caseloads.

SCOPE OF SUPERVISION

Clinical and administrative supervision of care managers.

OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Comply with agencies policy and procedures manual and keep up to date on updates made.

Assumes responsibility of clinicians due to absences or excessive caseloads.

SCOPE OF SUPERVISION

Clinical and administrative supervision of case managers and therapists (Bachelor’s and Master’s level)


CONTACTS WITH OTHERS

Clients; general public; social service agencies; Human Services and other government agencies; community representatives; physicians and other medical providers.


WORKING CONDITIONS

Normal office working conditions. When meeting with clients, employee is occasionally exposed to irate or dangerous behaviors. Employee is regularly exposed to outdoor weather conditions and road hazards while traveling to off-site locations.

USUAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The following physical demands are typically exhibited by position incumbents performing this job’s essential duties and responsibilities. These physical demands are not, and should not be construed to be job qualification standards, but are illustrated to help the employer, employee and/or applicant identify tasks where reasonable accommodations may need to be made when an otherwise qualified person is unable to perform the job’s essential duties because of an ADA disability.

While performing duties of this job, the employee frequently converses verbally with others in person and by telephone. The employee frequently exhibits digital dexterity when writing case notes and performing other tasks. The employee frequently sits for extended periods of time, and occasionally stands and walks. Employee frequently travels in a motor vehicle to attend meetings and meet with clients. Employee occasionally lifts varying weights up to 50 pounds when moving files, boxes, equipment or supplies.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES & SKILLS

Knowledge of: standard supervisory principles and practices; psychiatric diagnosis; psychiatric care system delivery; case management; local community social service resources; client rights; social work ethics; crisis intervention; conflict and anger management; mental illness and substance abuse; psychotropic medications; Medicaid rules and guidelines; safe driving practices. Skill in verbal and written communication; effective listening; preparing written reports and case notes, collaborating with other agencies and coordinating services; following best practice/intervention techniques.

LICENSURE OR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

LISW, IMFT, PCC-S, PH.D., or Psy, D. LISW-S preferred





PI141812795

Posted
07/19/2021
Type
Full time
Salary Range
$32,000.00 - 55,000.00
per Year
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Location
Lebanon, OH 45036, US