Wages & Benefits
$16.00-18.00/HR -depending on education and experience.
Assistance with continuing education units, tuition, travel.
Free clinical supervision with agreement to work for the agency 1 year post licensure.
Earn vacation & sick time.
Life Insurance $20,000.
Met Life Dental, Life, Accident, ETC.
AFLAC - Short term disability CA policy, Accident, ETC.
Random acts of appreciation.
1% - 5% Annual merit based pay increases.
About the Role:
Responsible for providing clinical interventions and services to support the client in achieving functional gains that support the child’s integration into an appropriate educational or vocational setting. The QP may not work over 40 hours each week without receiving prior approval from their Lead Qualified Professional or Supervisor.
Training & Education Requirements:
Position qualifications: Minimum 4 year degree from an accredited College or University. Minimum of 2 years post bachelor’s degree experience with the child and adolescent MH/DD/SAS population (If the bachelor’s degree is in a non-human service field, a minimum of 4 years post bachelor’s degree experience). Minimum 2 years of experience providing case management services for the population served.
Focus will provide the following training:
Agency Orientation, Drugs in the Workplace, Blood borne pathogens, HIPAA Compliance, Client Rights, NCI (Core +), First Aid/CPR, Documentation and IRIS system, Head Heart and Hands (CBT), Medication Administration, Introduction to System of Care, Person Centered Thinking, Crisis Response, Service Definition.
Job Duty Description:
Learn and utilize Head, Heart, and Hands; Cycles of Growth and Change; Think It Tools for Living; New Me curriculum; and any subsequent agency or state mandated programs
Actively plan and implement daily psycho-educational activities in conjunction with the therapeutic needs of the group and individual clients
Assist in monitoring and progressing through the client’s individualized treatment outlined in their Person-Centered Plan by role modeling and teaching the program model on a continuous, consistent daily basis.
Implement and abide by all FOCUS Day Treatment and respective school system policies and procedures.
Properly use the chain of command call tree when managing a crisis situation.
Attend, facilitate, and co-facilitate multi-family night events
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Participate in and provide positive feedback for program quality improvement, including health and safety.
Participate in a positive manner within a team dynamic including clients, families, co-workers, school personnel, and others involved in Client Family Teams and the Day Treatment Program.
Professionalism in all areas of work, including client and co-worker relationships. Complete accurate client daily note documentation within 12 hours of the day of service
Participate in monthly Clinical Learning Forums and other staff meetings as scheduled.
Participate in ongoing training scheduled by administration including training updates
Provide line of sight supervision for clients during day treatment
Assist school personnel in the implementation of academic curriculum and creating a positive and therapeutic learning environment.
Other duties as assigned.
About the Job:
Our Mission: FOCUS Behavioral Health Services, LLC in close collaboration with families and communities, will provide effective prevention, treatment and support by empowering children and their families to achieve optimum health. We have therapist positions available throughout our agency. Services include: Outpatient, Child/Adolescent Day Treatment, Intensive In-Home, Residential Level III, Residential Level II.