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December 2014

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Behavioral Health Case Manager

Hiring Company: Mattapan Community Health Center
Location: Mattapan, MA

Job Description


Behavioral Health Case Manager: This position has the primary responsibility of managing an assigned caseload of Mattapan Community Health Center (MCHC) behavioral health clients and of assessing client needs, developing, implementing, and reviewing care plans, and working with other community resources in meeting/achieving client needs. This position operates under the direction of the Coordinator of Behavioral Health in accordance with policies, procedures and protocols established by MCHC. In addition, the incumbent is required to follow all other appropriate standards of practice, licensing and certificate, and other regulatory agencies requirements.

Requirements/Qualifications


Qualifications: Masters of Social Work (MSW). Experience in an ambulatory setting and/or integrated behavioral health setting is preferred. Successful candidate must be a self-starter, capable of managing staff and giving directions to others, and able to work in a highly motivated, results-oriented environment. Organizational skills and comfort working in a team-based, collaborative setting are a requirement. Bilingual in English and Haitian-Creole or Spanish is a plus. Familiarity with multicultural groups, previous work experience in a multicultural setting and willingness to remain current in field of focus is preferred.

Contact Information


Please direct cover letter, resume, and inquiries to: councils@matchc.org or fax -- (617) 296-5408 or mail to -- Mattapan Community Health Center, 1575 Blue Hill Avenue, Boston, MA 02126, Attention: Human Resource.

Salary Information: TBD


Clinical Team Lead- Boston 2 (Dorchester)

Hiring Company: Caregiver Homes
Location: Dorchester, MA

Job Description


Clinical Team Lead
Community Health Care
Dorchester, MA


Please note: To be considered for this position, you MUST apply online using this link:
https://careers-seniorlink.icims.com/jobs/1390/clinical-team-lead/job

We are dedicated to helping elder and adults with disabilities live with dignity and independence. Our Structured Family Caregiving model has three main components: 24X7 at-home care from a paid caregiver living with the consumer; clinical oversight by an RN and Care Manager (typically a licensed social worker); and daily caregiver reporting in our web-based case record.

The Caregiver Homes service model is available to Medicaid beneficiaries in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Ohio, Indiana, and Connecticut and is supporting long stays in the community, reduced hospitalizations and incidents (such as falls), and delivering overall high integrity and excellent consumer satisfaction. We continue to grow and have an opportunity in our Boston — 2 (Dorchester) branch for a Clinical Team Lead: Full-time.

Position Summary
The Clinical Team Lead (CTL) is the lead escalation point for clinical issue resolution and management of emerging clinical issues. The CTL works with care teams to manage risk, track and respond to changes, and identify the need for at-risk case management processes. The CTL works with care teams to ensure compliance with documentation standards, required regulations, and best practices. The CTL carries a half-time RN or Care Manager caseload.

Requirements/Qualifications


Required Education / Experience
Bachelor's degree, preferably in a health care or social services discipline required. Minimum of three (3) years of clinical experience in case management and program operations in the areas of healthcare and social services, including but not limited to eldercare, people with disabilities and other complex medical needs. Additional state-specific qualifications may be required. Ability to read, write, and speak Spanish is highly preferred
Qualifications
Proven complex case manager / skilled mentor / strong verbal, listening and written communicator / culturally aware and inclusive / decision-maker / problem-solver / highly proficient in documentation requirements, standards and practices / action and results oriented / strategic thinker / outcome-drive clinical focus / empathetic and person-centric


We offer a competitive salary, travel stipend and excellent benefits including health, dental, vision, life/disability, paid time off, paid holidays and 401(k) with company match.

To learn more about our mission, visit us at www.caregiverhomes.com.

Caregiver Homes of Massachusetts is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Contact Information


Please note: To be considered for this position, you MUST apply online using this link:
https://careers-seniorlink.icims.com/jobs/1390/clinical-team-lead/job

Salary Information: We offer a competitive salary, travel stipend and excellent benefits including health, dental, vision, life/disability, paid time off, paid holidays and 401(k) with company match.


Senior Clinician

Hiring Company: Victory Programs, Inc.
Location: Boston, MA

Job Description


The Senior Clinician is responsible for supervising program staff, delivering substance use disorder counseling services to the residents of LARC, and assisting the Clinical Director and Program Director in the oversight of clinical and administrative services.

Brief description of the functions pertaining to this job:

-Ensure that all services are delivered in compliance with agency standards and contractual requirements.
-Provide supportive and empathic individual counseling to a minimum case load of 3 clients on a weekly basis, throughout their stay at LARC.
-Maintain effective counseling documentation and record keeping systems, including but not limited to: electronic health records, bio-psychosocial assessment, Individual Action Plans, re-assessment; progress notes; data collection (i.e. Ryan White, VPI, DPH); aftercare planning; and GenuWin2 data.
-Provide weekly supervision for assigned staff and PULSE student volunteers and maintain appropriate supervision documentation.
-Maintain current working knowledge of referral sources such as housing, medical, outpatient counseling, dental, legal, HIV/AIDS client services, self-help groups and others to provide comprehensive services to the program clients and their families.
-Facilitate and/or co-facilitate a minimum of 4 client groups per week and complete required documentation.
-Serve as active member of LARC's management team, assisting in program evaluation and development, problem-solving and planning.
-Assist in the preparation of any reports and/or proposals necessary for program operation, such as CMAR, RSS Census Report, DPH Monthly Census and Service Delivery Report, BSAS Licensure Application.
-Provide milieu coverage as needed
-Assist in interviewing, hiring, training, and terminating of staff in consultation with the Clinical Director, Program Director, and Director of Human Resources.

Our Living and Recovering Community (LARC) program in Jamaica Plain provides up to 90 days of specialized substance use disorder treatment and stabilization services for up to 20 men and women. Our residents are typically living with HIV/AIDS and have histories of substance use disorders and chronic relapse. Many have multiple diagnoses. As a result of their substance use disorders, LARC residents are typically homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Requirements/Qualifications


License eligible Masters Degree in Counseling, Social Work, or related field, or LADC1 required.

Significant clinical training and a minimum of three years experience in addiction recovery or HIV/AIDS client services is required.

Minimum of one year of clinical supervisory experience in a community social action program, substance abuse treatment program, mental health or other similar and related organization is preferred.

Strong computer, organizational, writing and communication skills.

Ability to work independently and cooperatively as a member of a professional team.

Demonstrated ability to work successfully in multi-cultural settings with diverse client populations.

Ability to relate to clients in an instructive, supportive, and compassionate manner.

Valid Massachusetts driver's license with a safe driving point of 98, 99, 00, 01, 02 or 03 is preferred.

Contact Information


Victory Programs operates 19 innovative programs throughout Greater Boston, Cambridge and Topsfield that provide housing and support services to individuals and families who are homeless and may have substance use disorders, often accompanied by chronic health issues like HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and mental illness.

Please visit our website www.vpi.org to submit your resume.

Salary Information: Starts at high 37K