A completed application is required for this position. Proof of education required upon request and requires a valid Texas driver’s license and acceptable driving record.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for providing mental health services to persons with severe and persistent mental illness. Performs case management duties as described in the Texas Administrative Code (TAC) and in the agency Performance Contract with the State. Follows the guidelines of the Texas Resilience and Recovery (TRR) delivery model and efficiently uses and maintains the TRR Adult Needs & Strengths Assessment (ANSA) for each person served. Provides on-going case management services to help individuals get access to the full range of community-based mental/behavioral health services as well as access to community supports that can provide the person with the opportunity to live successfully in their community. Types of services include but are not limited to: screening assessments, admission to service, treatment planning, team treatment staffing, periodic re-assessments, ensuring continuity of services, referral and follow-up services, individual rehabilitative services, family rehabilitative skills training, small group skills training, and crisis support services. Services and interventions most often are provided in individuals’ home, workplace, or other community setting. Some persons provided case management services may have both mental health and substance abuse issues. Case management can also involve the families, friends, employers and others in the community who touch the lives of persons admitted to care by the agency. As a person-focused and community-based service this job requires travel in the service area and also some flexibility to work hours and schedule. Interagency collaboration is essential to this position.
Both the quality and quantity of services provided are considered in employee performance evaluation. All services must be provided in a manner consistent with agency policies and procedures. A satisfactory Case Manager typically delivers and accurately documents in excess of five hours of valuable/billable work in and eight-hour work day. Requires documenting services in a manner that is collaborative with the persons served and utilizing agency approved software. Administratively reports directly to the Clinic Director and assists the Clinic Director in providing community education and consultation.
MINIMUM JOB QUALIFICATIONS:
Applicants must meet the following minimum qualifications to be eligible for an this position.
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