SAIOP Team Lead
|Salary Range:||40,000 DOE|
|Employment Type:||Full Time|
|Description:||At Pathways to Life, we believe that our mission is to foster continual growth in the lives of those we serve, ourselves, our colleagues and our culturally diverse communities. Our efforts enhance recovery, wellness, self-determination and independence by providing appropriate supports, delivered with compassion and respect. We are currently looking to bring on experienced Licensed Professionals to serve as SAIOP Licensed Therapist. |
|Duties:||Duties include but are not limited to the following:|
1. Provide clinical supervision of the program.
2. Conducts the assessment, reassessments, reauthorization of team’s clients, and corresponding Person Centered Plans of the persons served clinical needs and submits for review to assigned clinical staff within 48 hours of assessment.
a. Completes all specified corrections to assessment within 24 hours.
b. Submits client information to the appropriate LME/MCO to obtain a record number
c. Upon Doctors review and approval, submits authorization requests.
d. Updates Consumer Tracking Spreadsheet with accurate dates of completion
3. Assure clinically appropriate assessment, person centered planning and therapeutic interventions are delivered within the service definition.
4. Conducts individual, family, or group therapy sessions in accordance with the established Person Centered Plan and provides crisis intervention if necessary.
5. Prepare psychological or mental health assessments by obtaining background information such as physical, psychological or mental health, and social factors, which contribute to the client’s situation, and by studying case histories of clients/residents.
6. Ensuring that each QP maintains a caseload of no more than 12 service recipients for adults or no more than 6 if serving children/adolescents.
7. Oversee biochemical assays to identify recent drug use (e.g. urine drug screens);
8. Monitor strategies for relapse prevention to include community and social support systems in treatment.
9. Review crisis contingency planning.
10. Recommend treatment support activities that have been adapted or specifically designed for persons with physical disabilities, or persons with co-occurring disorders of mental illness and substance abuse/dependence or mental retardation/developmental disability and substance abuse/dependence.
11. Records accurate and informative daily progress notes using correct format according to Medicaid and area program guidelines, which reflect treatment goals.
12. Uses correct forms and accurately completes all required documentation.
13. Ability to carry out first responder at all times (24/7/365) with the capacity for face-to-face-emergency response within two (2) hours and provide guidance in a crisis situation.
14. Oversees and ensures completion of all service documentation assigned within the state regulated guidelines.
15. Other tasks as assigned.
|Qualifications:||In order for consideration, the following minimum qualifications must be met.|
•Must have a specific license requiring education and experience on a senior level. Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS), Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist (LCAS), Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC). No substantiated findings of abuse or neglect on the NC Health Care Personnel Registry.
•Must have at least one year post Human Service Masters Degree with children/adolescence who have emotional and/or behavioral issues.