Mental Health Center of Denver

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Mental Health Center of Denver Denver, Colorado
POSITION SUMMARY: Bilingual Spanish/English administrative assistant to provide front desk, scheduling, administrative and medical record support to clinic teams at a site. Assist Front Office Managers, Program Managers, and Central Office benchmarks in all aspects of job as needed. Bilingual Spanish language differential: Additional $2.50/hr. Hours: 7:30am – 4:30pm Monday – Friday (may vary) ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:Create a positive experience for consumers and guests through professional conduct and customer service at the front desk. Ensure front desk and lobby are aesthetically pleasing, safe, and friendly for all guests. Receive and screen clinic telephone communications ensuring callers are directed to the appropriate destination in a timely fashion. Maintain Outlook calendar, tasks, and meetings and fulfill email requests as appropriate. Accurately schedule consumer appointments with psychiatrists, nurses and other clinical staff. Input and extract data from the appointment scheduling system. Check-in consumers at each visit. Verify demographic and insurance information and collect co-pays. Understand insurance and accounts receivable information to maintain minimal consumer balances. Maintain each consumer’s HIPAA rights, and other protections of confidentiality and privacy. Read, understand, and excel in procedures for maintaining consistent standards of the paper and electronic medical record (EMR), which is outlined in the HISM manual and in the monthly eCET updates. Ensure prompt, accurate, and efficient handling of documents for filing and scanning: items such as consumer identification, medical record number, team number, and general status of treatment. Make sure consumer records are accurate and complete. Complete requests for information from both clinical and administrative staff. Follow organizational and departmental rules and guidelines. Organize, compose, and produce letters, memoranda, reports, and other documents, ensuring grammar, spelling, and punctuation are correct. Compose some routine correspondence. Generate and submit necessary reports. Arrange transportation authorizations and the transportation for dependent clients. Sort and distribute incoming mail, and prepare outgoing mail. Copy/scan/fax information as required. Complete requisitions for needed office supplies and equipment. Coordinate basic office maintenance and janitorial needs. In Front Office Managers absence, provide for coordination of clinic needs and program. Perform a variety of administrative duties in order to ensure smooth running of the clinic. Perform other duties as assigned, based on individual site needs. EDUCATION: High School Diploma or equivalent, some college preferred. EXPERIENCE: Minimum of three years Administrative Assistant experience. Health clinic and/or human services background preferred. Bilingual Spanish required. SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES: Proficiency with software applications, Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook. Intermediate understanding of computer language and functionality. Ability to type 60 wpm. Must develop proficiency in scheduling and electronic health record systems. Strong organizational skills and ability to create systems. Knowledge and use of grammar, spelling, punctuation and word definitions. Communicate in a positive manner, both verbally and in writing. Able to critically think through situations or circumstances that will allow you to work independently. Ability to resolve problems quickly and objectively. Strong work ethic reflecting accountability, responsiveness, and commitment to MHCD’s mission. Must be able to work well with consumers who have mental illness. Must be able to work with a diverse population. Knowledge and understanding of trauma-informed care principles/practices. Bilingual Spanish SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Ability to sit, stand, bend and reach, operate standard office equipment such as phone, computer, facsimile, copier/printer/scanner, and other business machines. Occasional lifting up to 40 lbs. MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computers, calculators, fax machines, copiers, telephone and a variety of other office/clerical equipment.
Mental Health Center of Denver Denver, Colorado
POSITION SUMMARY: Collaboratively develop comprehensive evaluation models as appropriate to program or grant goals and objectives. Work with stakeholders to develop and implement comprehensive evaluation frameworks for monitoring and evaluation. Utilizes treatment and recovery data to assess the effectiveness of programs, providing evidence of treatment and service effectiveness, and highlighting areas for improvement. Develops summative and formative evaluation reports to demonstrate accountability to stakeholders and grantees. SALARY RANGE: $50,000/yr. – $60,000/yr. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:Develops evaluation models that account for key outcomes and program goals. Works with development staff to write grant applications and incorporate appropriate evaluation designs. Implement evaluation plan appropriately assigning evaluation specialists and data specialists as needed. Collects data and conducts initial analyses; develops and runs computerized reports as needed Develops presentations and documents Writes sections of grants, papers, and other research materials Implements data collection protocols (interviews, observations, etc.) and conducts data analysis Provides supervision to student interns doing a rotation on the Evaluation Team Establish and maintain relationships with program managers and program directors to advise on data and evaluation reporting Establish effective relationships with external stakeholders/members of other Mental Health organizations/MHCD partners to advise/provide technical assistance/implement data and evaluation reporting needs as required Advises internal stakeholders/external stakeholders/MHCD partners on instrument development, evaluation and data reporting Assists the organization in building capacity to use evaluation in strategy and decision making processes Performs other duties as assigned EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree in related field (psychology, program evaluation, applied research, public health, or a social sciences degree with strong emphasis on quantitative and qualitative research), required. Master’s degree in related field, preferred. EXPERIENCE: Minimum of two years’ experience planning, implementing, and reporting on Program evaluations. Knowledge of qualitative analysis techniques, basic quantitative statistical analysis, and evaluation techniques preferred. Prior work with SAMHSA and other federal grants, highly desirable. Experience in mixed methodology strongly preferred. Experience and/or coursework in health economics, highly desirable. SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:Bilingual (ex. Spanish, ASL), a plus Excellent verbal and written communication skills Ability to use qualitative and quantitative data collection instruments Demonstrated ability to work with people from all walks of life Ability to organize and prioritize work, handle multiple assignments, and meet deadlines Knowledge and proficiency of MS Office software including word processing, spreadsheets, database, e-mail Experience using statistical software packages such as SPSS, SQL, or R, a plus Experience with or willingness to learn programming languages, such as SQL, desirable. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Provides supervision to evaluation specialist and data assistants as related to evaluation needs. MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computers, calculators, fax machines, copiers, telephone and a variety of other office/clerical equipment. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires sitting, standing, bending and reaching. May require lifting up to 50 pounds. Requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate standard office machines such as computers, fax machines, the telephone and other office and/or clinical equipment. WORKING CONDITIONS: May require occasional evening or weekend hours.
Mental Health Center of Denver Denver, Colorado
POSITION SUMMARY: Administer, manage and coordinate multiple HUD, state, city and grant funded housing subsidy programs within the Rental Assistant. Support program manager as directed in overseeing all applicable regulations and work processes completed by Housing Resource Specialists. Participate with team members in assisting housing participants in locating and maintain housing within the programmatic parameters of the various subsidy programs. Assure that all program requirements are met by all parties. Assist housing participants in finding alternative housing, as needed. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:Direct workflow in rent assistance department at direction of Program Manager. Oversee rental assistance department program and staff in absence of Program Manager. Provide input in Catalytic Coaching process. Complete all paperwork required for HUD or other programs on a timely basis Act as liaison between tenant and landlord. Provide information on vacancies, negotiates leases with landlords; fill vacancies in a timely manner. Assist in assuring housing qualities standards and compliance requirement are met. Maintain communication with case management staff concerning tenant status. Assess tenants’ potential for living independently and coordinate/monitor support systems as needed. Resolves issues raised by tenants, landlords and clinical staff relating to housing issues. Develops strategies for maintaining Housing Program. Maintain familiarity with contract law as it relates to apartment leasing. Help program participants facilitate resolutions of landlord disputes and evictions. Maintains rental assistance caseload in accordance with MHCD standards and HUD regulations, policies and procedures. Facilitate interaction between program participants, clinicians and non-MHCD housing providers as required. Support the Program Manager with landlord recruitment, training, and client referrals. Perform other duties as assigned including assisting performance of other departmental functions. EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree in psychology, behavioral health, or related mental health field. EXPERIENCE: Minimum of two years of experience with federally funded housing or low-income housing programs, or similar equivalent experience. SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:Working knowledge of Section 8 HCV and other federal and state housing programs strongly preferred, including a working knowledge of HUD regulations, policies and procedures. Ability to direct housing department work. Working knowledge of Microsoft office and its components. Must have a valid driver’s license with good driving record and motor vehicle to drive to and from a variety of housing locations -meet with landlords and tenants. Good communications skills and organizational skills. Ability to handle tasks simultaneously. Ability to communicate with and assist a diverse population of clientele. Customer-service oriented with a genuine desire to assist clientele. Knowledge of office procedures and basic office equipment, business English and mathematics. Ability to give, receive and analyze information, formulate work plans, prepare written material and articulate goals and action plans. Have the ability to maintain efficiency and accuracy under pressure of deadlines and numerous interruptions throughout the workday. Organizational and time-management skills. Knowledge and understanding of trauma-informed care principles/practices. LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION/REGRISTRATION: (may be obtained on the job) Registered and proficient in the HUD Enterprise Income Verification (EIV) web based computer system Certified to perform HUD Housing Quality Standards inspections Must be an approved Colorado Division of Housing (DOH) Elite Super User One year experience using the Colorado Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) performing intakes, exits, updates and reports One year experience administering the various MHCD rental assistance programs SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Supervise Housing Resources Specialists as delegated by Program Manager. MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computers, calculators, fax machines, copiers, telephone and a variety of other office/clerical equipment. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires sitting, standing, bending and reaching. May require lifting up to 50 pounds. Requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate standard office machines such as computers, fax machines, the telephone and other office and/or clinical equipment. WORKING CONDITIONS: May require occasional evening or weekend hours. Local driving required.
Mental Health Center of Denver Denver, Colorado
POSITION SUMMARY: Provide medical and psychiatric nursing services to consumers at the Walk-in-Center. Work collaboratively with the triage team. Provide medical screening to determine need for immediate medical services. Identify potential physical problems impacting the persons entering the Walk in Center. Obtain, record, and communicate important clinical information regarding persons and provide clinical services within the Walk-in Center. Position requires current Colorado RN licensure. Awake overnight (AON) hourly differential: $2/hr. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:Complete nursing assessment (including vital signs) for all persons seeking treatment at the Walk In Center. Assist in determining the level of care necessary for each person seeking treatment. Triage basic medical conditions. Gather information regarding person’s current medications and/or side effects and/or any co-morbid medical conditions that may affect behavioral health issues. Administer medications as authorized. Provide medication education to person. Work collaboratively and communicate with the entire WIC staff regarding each person’s health status. Work jointly with WIC staff in coordinating the follow –up care plan and disposition planning. Participate in team/organization meetings, trainings, and supervisory sessions as required. Maintain accurate and timely clinical records consistent with MHCD and CCC standards. Provide limited case management services as needed including coordinating services within the community and behavioral health organizations. Perform other duties as assigned. EDUCATION: Licensed as a Registered Nurse (AARN) or BSN in the State of Colorado. License should be in good standing. EXPERIENCE: Minimum two years nursing experience working in a clinic and psychiatric setting strongly preferred. SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES: Knowledge of methods of psychotherapy and community resources. Ability to assess crisis situations and intervene appropriately. Familiarity with the DSM IV/V and diagnostic techniques. Effective written and verbal communication skills. Knowledge and understanding of trauma-informed care principles/practices. Bilingual helpful but not required. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Ability to sit, stand, bend and reach,, operate standard office equipment such as phone, computer, facsimile, copier/printer/scanner, and other business machines. Occasional lifting up to 40 lbs. MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computers, calculators, fax machines, copiers, telephone and a variety of other office/clerical equipment.
Mental Health Center of Denver Denver, Colorado
POSITION SUMMARY: Provide direct nursing services, mental health assessments and treatment to consumers with severe and persistent mental illness. SALARY RANGE: $23.31/hr. – $27.43/hr. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:Provide psychological evaluations/problem identification, and crisis interventions. Provide medical case management as needed. Assist consumers with psychological, social development and rehabilitation. Coordinate medical care and intervention with staff and psychiatrist. Draw blood for lab work for consumers. Monitor consumers’ vital signs. Administer intramuscular medications. Maintain accurate and timely clinical records consistent with MHCD standards. Participate in team meetings, in-services, and supervisory sessions as required. Perform other duties as assigned by Director of Nursing Lead Nurse and Program Manager. EDUCATION: Graduation from accredited school of nursing. Licensed as a Practical Nurse in good standing with the Board of Nursing of the State of Colorado. EXPERIENCE: 1-3 years of experience working with consumers with a serious and persistent mental illness preferred. SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:Theoretical and working knowledge of psychotropic medications. Working knowledge of laboratory test results. Ability to assess crises situations and intervene appropriately. Familiarity with DSM IV and diagnostic techniques. Effective written and verbal communications skills. General knowledge of computer technology. Demonstrated ability to work with individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. Knowledge and understanding of trauma-informed care principles/practices. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computers, calculators, fax machines, copiers, telephone and a variety of other office/clerical equipment. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires sitting, standing, bending and reaching. May require lifting up to 50 pounds. Requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate standard office machines such as computers, fax machines, the telephone and other office and/or clinical equipment. WORKING CONDITIONS: May require occasional evening or weekend hours.
Mental Health Center of Denver Denver, Colorado
Department: Adult Services Salary Range: Based on Experience Status: Full Time FLSA Status: Exempt / Salary Apply for this position As a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, you will be responsible for providing specialty health care and direct psychiatric services through comprehensive evaluation, diagnoses, and treatment of consumers. You will also ensure the correct administration of medications, monitoring the results of medicated treatments, preparing care plans, collaborating with attending psychiatrist to maximize efficiency of psychiatric services, including partial coverage in psychiatrist. Other responsibilities include:Prescribing and administering medications, and assisting consumer s in medication management in collaboration with the attending psychiatrist under state guidelines: A stabilized severe and persistently illness An acute self-limiting condition (condition with a defined diagnosis, predictable outcome, and is not threatening to life or limb) Providing consultation to staff, participating in staff conferences and serving on committees Providing coverage for psychiatric emergencies, including mental health hold evaluations Completing medical records and reports, and providing needed referrals to medical services for psychiatric consumers Coordinating consumer care with respect to access to services, lab tests, case management, primary clinician, outreach services, other agencies related to the consumer’s care Contacting pharmaceutical companies in regard to educational materials, samples, and other information Performing other related duties as assigned by Program Manager RELOCATION ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:* Provide direct psychiatric services through comprehensive evaluation, diagnoses, and treatment of consumers. * Prescribe and administer medications, and assist consumer s in medication management in collaboration with the attending psychiatrist under state guidelines:o A stabilized severe and persistently illness o An acute self-limiting condition (condition with a defined diagnosis, predictable outcome, and is not threatening to life or limb). * Collaborate with attending psychiatrist to maximize efficiency of psychiatric services, including partial coverage in psychiatrist. * Provide consultation to staff, participate in staff conferences and serve on committees. * Provide coverage for psychiatric emergencies, including mental health hold evaluations. * Complete medical records and reports, and provide needed referrals to medical services for psychiatric consumers. * Coordinate consumer care with respect to access to services, lab tests, case management, primary clinician, outreach services, other agencies related to the consumer’s care. * Contact pharmaceutical companies in regard to educational materials, samples, and other information. * Other related duties as assigned by Program Manager. EDUCATION: Master of Science Psychiatric Nursing. Valid Prescriptive Authority in the State of Colorado in good standing. EXPERIENCE: 4 years of experience in relevant clinical setting with understanding of psychiatric services in the area of health and psychological assessment, clinical diagnosis, pharmacology, and direct consumer services. At Mental Health Center of Denver you will be part of a growing, dynamic not-for-profit organization committed to a diverse and ever-changing, work environment that rewards honesty, loyalty, commitment, and integrity. We are committed to continuously providing the highest level of quality services and standards for our consumers as well as our employees. Our facility is approved by the National Health Service Corps (NHSC), and we offer our employees the opportunity to participate in our Loan Repayment Program. Additionally, we provide a comprehensive compensation and benefits package which includes:Medical Insurance Dental Insurance Basic Life and AD&D Insurance Short- and Long-Term Disability Insurance Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Savings 403(b), dollar for dollar company match up to 3.5% Excellent Paid Time Off & Paid Holidays Off Malpractice Insurance coverage Additional Benefits SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computers, calculators, fax machines, copiers, telephone and a variety of other office/clerical equipment. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires sitting, standing, bending and reaching. May require lifting up to 50 pounds. Requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate standard office machines such as computers, fax machines, the telephone and other office and/or clinical equipment. WORKING CONDITIONS: May require occasional evening or weekend hours.
Mental Health Center of Denver Denver, Colorado
POSITION SUMMARY: Procurement Coordinator will be responsible for daily support of procurement functions, maintain records and office activities, supports Director of Procurement. SALARY RANGE: $43,000/yr. – $45,000/yr. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:Manage procurement card program Coordinate and maintain travel Monitors & reconciles corporate credit cards and invoices Coordinate center wide catering and flowers services, etc. Set-up new accounts, vendor comparison reports and list Product research Maintain procurement documentation Assist with supplier discrepancies Assist and coordinate special events i.e.; All Staff meeting, annual picnic, etc. Coordinate RTD bus booklet and cell allowance programs Administrative support and correspondence Assist with writing request for proposals Issue vendor purchase orders as directed Performs other duties as assignedEDUCATION: High School Diploma or higher with a minimum of 2 year related experience.EXPERIENCE: At least 2 years of administrative assistant experience. Experience working directly with suppliers or customers via phone and email to resolve issues. Must be comfortable working in a diverse environment. Purchasing experience is a plus. SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES: Must have excellent follow‐up skills. Experience with MS Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Strong verbal and writing skills, self-starter and results oriented individual is a must. Detailed and organizational skills, capable of completing tasks in an efficient manner. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and Outlook Must type 50 wpm minimum. General knowledge of fax, copiers, calculators. Strong organization skills. Must be able to maintain confidentiality regarding accessible budgetary, credit card/ expense account information, and personnel data. Maybe required to drive to various sites. Must have valid Colorado Driver License with good MVR.SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: NoneMACHINES AND EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computers, calculators, fax machines, copiers, telephone and a variety of other office/clerical equipment. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires sitting, standing, bending and reaching. May require lifting up to 50 pounds. Requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate standard office machines such as computers, fax machines, the telephone and other office and/or clinical equipment. WORKING CONDITIONS: May require occasional evening or weekend hours.
Mental Health Center of Denver Denver, Colorado
POSITION SUMMARY: The Social Impact Bond team has a 5 year funding with ACT like services to support the High Utilizers identified by the City of Denver. Individual will support clinically those in permanent supportive housing. Outcomes measured on days housed and decrease in jail days. Outcomes completed by Urban Institute. Provides comprehensive psychological and behavioral case management services within a continuum of high to low intensity services designed to improve or maintain each mental health consumer’s abilities to function in the community. Assesses, monitors, and follows up with consumer’s ability to meet basic needs in moving toward recovery. Responsible for all clinical documentation of consumer interaction. Salary Range:CMI – $17.58/hr. – $21.12/hr. (Bachelor degree) ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:ACT like services to support the High Utilizers identified by the City To support clinically those in Permanent supportive housing … Sanderson and 27 scattered site apartments Randomized into the case management team Outcomes measured on days housed and decrease in jail days Help consumers in meeting basic needs for food, clothing, shelter, personal safety, and general medical and dental care, and assist them with applications for income, medical, housing, or other benefits which they may need and to which they are entitled. Identify consumers for whom establishment of a protective payee-ship is necessary and arrange this assistance. Ensure consumers access to needed services and community resources by arranging for transportation, or if necessary, by taking the consumers to the service in personal vehicle (business insurance on vehicle reimbursed by MHCD). Provide comprehensive psychosocial services that include and continuum of high and low intensity services designed to improve or maintain consumers’ abilities to function in normal social roles. These will include, but be limited to, services which:Help consumers evaluate both their strengths and symptoms, and facilitate in consumers setting their own goals, and plan for appropriate services; Guide and instruct consumers in daily living skills such as medication use, diet, exercise, personal hygiene, shopping, cooking, budgeting, housekeeping, use of transportation, and other community services; Help consumers develop social skills, interests, and leisure time activities to provide a sense of participation and personal worth, including opportunities for age appropriate, culturally appropriate daytime and evening activities; Help consumers find and make use of appropriate employment opportunities, vocational rehabilitation services, or supported work environments where appropriate; Assist consumers who need special living arrangements in locating a rehabilitative or supportive housing arrangement. The choices should be broad enough to allow each consumer and opportunity to live in an atmosphere offering the degree of support necessary, while also providing incentives and encouragement for consumers to assume increasing responsibilities for their lives; Offer support, assistance, consultation, and education to families, friends, landlords, employers, community agencies, and others who come into contact with consumers, in order to maximize benefits and minimize problems associated with the presence of these persons in the community; Identify and work with potential natural support systems such as neighborhood networks, churches, and community organizations. Make full utilization of the consumer’s support systems in order to encourage treatment program engagement. Reach out to program eligible consumers, inform them of and educate them about available services at MHCD and in the community. Other duties as assigned. EDUCATION: Bachelor (CM I) Degree in psychology, social work, or other related human services degree.Must have valid Colorado Drivers license and a recent clean driving record. Ability to transport consumers in dependable vehicle. EXPERIENCE: Minimum one-year experience in mental health or human services. SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:Knowledge of methods of psychotherapy. Knowledge of community resources. Ability to assess crisis situations and intervene appropriately. Familiarity with the DSM V and diagnostic techniques. Understanding of consumer’s right to privacy and confidentiality (basic HIPAA principles). Effective written and verbal communication skills. Ability to work flexible hours which may be required. Ability to give, receive and analyze information, formulate work plans, maintain confidentiality, prepare written materials and articulate goals and action plans. Must understand people from all walks of life and be able to communicate effectively with them. Must have a clear understanding of HIPAA, confidentiality, personal boundaries and be self-assured in a variety of situations. Have the ability to de-escalate and remain calm. Someone who is energetic, with a positive and creative attitude is necessary. Knowledge and understanding of trauma-informed care principles/practices. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None PHYSICAL REQIUREMENTS: Ability to sit, stand, bend and reach, drive a vehicle, operate standard office equipment such as phone, computer, facsimile, copier/printer, and other business machines. Occasional lifting up to 40 lbs. Must have safe, dependable vehicle to transport consumers with a valid Colorado Driver License/good driving record. WORKING CONDITIONS: May require occasional evening, or weekend hours depending on program and consumer needs.
Mental Health Center of Denver Denver, Colorado
POSITION SUMMARY: Facilitate and work with consumers on a variety of activities of daily living (ADLs) needed for consumers to become more self-sufficient and move toward recovery. Additionally, you will facilitate group therapy, manage intakes/discharges, monitor medications, create a safe environment for the consumers, help coordinate treatment, and advocate for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. Responsible for direct service care to consumers as part of a multi-disciplinary team. SALARY RANGE: $16.05/hr. – $19.25/hr. (Bachelor degree or higher) FLOATER DIFFERENTIAL: $2.00/hr. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:Provide individual psychotherapy with consumers to provide support and insight. Facilitate group therapy sessions within the house. Coordinate clinical care with case management services and other services both inside and outside of MHCD. Assess consumers throughout the workday, and provide appropriate interventions. Encourage, support, and train consumers in activities of daily living (ADLs) – teaching consumers about hygiene, help make appointments, show how to do household duties/chores, such as cooking, cleaning, etc. As part of a multi-disciplinary system, help facilitate the treatment and continuity of clinical care. Complete intake and discharge tasks for consumers being place in the house as new residents or moving out of the house. Maintain household safety in regard to a variety of household chores and activities, such as cooking, cleaning, and laundry. Document all significant consumer interactions toward recovery and continuity of care. Complete necessary clinical documentation, such as the daily log, consumer record, and medication records. Respond to consumer and building emergencies, and facilitate appropriate interventions. In emergency situations, contact other residential staff, your supervisor, or other clinicians when needed. Advocate for acceptance and integration of individuals with mental illness within the neighborhood and community in which they live. Required to attend scheduled team meetings. Perform other duties as assigned. EDUCATION: RC II: Bachelor’s Degree in social work, psychology, human services, or related field. CERTIFICATIONS: QMAP (Qualified Medication Administration Person) CPR & First Aid Physical and TB required. (must be completed prior to hire, and maintained during employment) EXPERIENCE: Two years of mental health experience or in related field preferred. Must be 21 yrs. of age to apply. SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:Excellent communication, organizational, and clinical skills:Must be able to multi-task and prioritize. Attention to detail in regard to clinical information. Must have a clear understanding of personal boundaries and be confident and self-assured in a variety of situations. Have the ability to de-escalate tense situations, and remain calm. Possess a high level of energy, with a positive and creative attitude. Knowledge and understanding of trauma-informed care principles/practices. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computer, telephone, facsimile, and other machines found in a residential facility. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires sitting, standing, bending, lifting. Must be able to perform a variety of household tasks, climb stairs, move throughout the house, and quickly respond to emergencies. May require lifting 50 pounds. WORKING CONDITIONS: Must meet qualifications under Chapter 7 of the Residential Care Facilities – Mentally Ill requirements. Shift work and/or weekend work is required. Certain programs may require a Class “S” driver’s license.
Mental Health Center of Denver Denver, Colorado
POSITION SUMMARY: Facilitate and work with consumers on a variety of activities of daily living (ADLs) needed for consumers to become more self-sufficient and move toward recovery. Additionally, you will facilitate group therapy, manage intakes/discharges, monitor medications, create a safe environment for the consumers, help coordinate treatment, and advocate for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. Responsible for direct service care to consumers as part of a multi-disciplinary team. Salary Range: RC II – $15.51/hr. – $18.60/hr. (Bachelor degree or higher) AON Differential – Additional $1.00/hr. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:Provide individual psychotherapy with consumers to provide support and insight. Facilitate group therapy sessions within the house. Coordinate clinical care with case management services and other services both inside and outside of MHCD. Assess consumers throughout the workday, and provide appropriate interventions. Encourage, support, and train consumers in activities of daily living (ADLs) – teaching consumers about hygiene, help make appointments, show how to do household duties/chores, such as cooking, cleaning, etc. As part of a multi-disciplinary system, help facilitate the treatment and continuity of clinical care. Complete intake and discharge tasks for consumers being place in the house as new residents or moving out of the house. Maintain household safety in regard to a variety of household chores and activities, such as cooking, cleaning, and laundry. Document all significant consumer interactions toward recovery and continuity of care. Complete necessary clinical documentation, such as the daily log, consumer record, and medication records. Respond to consumer and building emergencies, and facilitate appropriate interventions. In emergency situations, contact other residential staff, your supervisor, or other clinicians when needed. Advocate for acceptance and integration of individuals with mental illness within the neighborhood and community in which they live. Required to attend scheduled team meetings. Perform other duties as assigned. EDUCATION: RC II: Bachelor’s Degree in social work, psychology, human services, or related field. CERTIFICATIONS:QMAP (Qualified Medication Administration Person) CPR & First Aid Physical and TB required. (must be completed prior to hire, and maintained during employment) EXPERIENCE: Two years of mental health experience or in related field preferred. Must be 21 yrs. of age to apply. SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:Excellent communication, organizational, and clinical skills:Must be able to multi-task and prioritize. Attention to detail in regard to clinical information. Must have a clear understanding of personal boundaries and be confident and self-assured in a variety of situations. Have the ability to de-escalate tense situations, and remain calm. Possess a high level of energy, with a positive and creative attitude. Knowledge and understanding of trauma-informed care principles/practices. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computer, telephone, facsimile, and other machines found in a residential facility. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires sitting, standing, bending, lifting. Must be able to perform a variety of household tasks, climb stairs, move throughout the house, and quickly respond to emergencies. May require lifting 50 pounds. WORKING CONDITIONS: Must meet qualifications under Chapter 7 of the Residential Care Facilities – Mentally Ill requirements. Shift work and/or weekend work is required. Certain programs may require a Class “S” driver’s license.
Mental Health Center of Denver Denver, Colorado
POSITION SUMMARY: Facilitate and work with consumers on a variety of activities of daily living (ADLs) needed for consumers to become more self-sufficient and move toward recovery. Additionally, you will facilitate group therapy, manage intakes/discharges, monitor medications, create a safe environment for the consumers, help coordinate treatment, and advocate for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. Responsible for direct service care to consumers as part of a multi-disciplinary team. SALARY RANGE: RC II – $16.05/hr. – $19.25/hr. (Bachelor degree or higher) ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:Provide individual psychotherapy with consumers to provide support and insight. Facilitate group therapy sessions within the house. Coordinate clinical care with case management services and other services both inside and outside of MHCD. Assess consumers throughout the workday, and provide appropriate interventions. Encourage, support, and train consumers in activities of daily living (ADLs) – teaching consumers about hygiene, help make appointments, show how to do household duties/chores, such as cooking, cleaning, etc. As part of a multi-disciplinary system, help facilitate the treatment and continuity of clinical care. Complete intake and discharge tasks for consumers being place in the house as new residents or moving out of the house. Maintain household safety in regard to a variety of household chores and activities, such as cooking, cleaning, and laundry. Document all significant consumer interactions toward recovery and continuity of care. Complete necessary clinical documentation, such as the daily log, consumer record, and medication records. Respond to consumer and building emergencies, and facilitate appropriate interventions. In emergency situations, contact other residential staff, your supervisor, or other clinicians when needed. Advocate for acceptance and integration of individuals with mental illness within the neighborhood and community in which they live. Required to attend scheduled team meetings. Perform other duties as assigned. CERTIFICATIONS:QMAP (Qualified Medication Administration Person) CPR & First Aid Physical and TB required. (must be completed prior to hire, and maintained during employment) EXPERIENCE: Two years of mental health experience or in related field preferred. Must be 21 yrs. of age to apply. EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree in social work, psychology, human services, or related field. SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:Excellent communication, organizational, and clinical skills:Must be able to multi-task and prioritize. Attention to detail in regard to clinical information. Must have a clear understanding of personal boundaries and be confident and self-assured in a variety of situations. Have the ability to de-escalate tense situations, and remain calm. Possess a high level of energy, with a positive and creative attitude. Knowledge and understanding of trauma-informed care principles/practices. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computer, telephone, facsimile, and other machines found in a residential facility. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires sitting, standing, bending, lifting. Must be able to perform a variety of household tasks, climb stairs, move throughout the house, and quickly respond to emergencies. May require lifting 50 pounds. WORKING CONDITIONS: Must meet qualifications under Chapter 7 of the Residential Care Facilities – Mentally Ill requirements. Shift work and/or weekend work is required. Certain programs may require a Class “S” driver’s license.
Mental Health Center of Denver Denver, Colorado
POSITION SUMMARY: Facilitate and work with consumers on a variety of activities of daily living (ADLs) needed for consumers to become more self-sufficient and move toward recovery. Additionally, you will facilitate group therapy, manage intakes/discharges, monitor medications, create a safe environment for the consumers, help coordinate treatment, and advocate for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. Responsible for direct service care to consumers as part of a multi-disciplinary team. SALARY RANGE: $15.51/hr. – $18.60/hr. (Bachelor degree or higher) ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:Provide individual psychotherapy with consumers to provide support and insight. Facilitate group therapy sessions within the house. Coordinate clinical care with case management services and other services both inside and outside of MHCD. Assess consumers throughout the workday, and provide appropriate interventions. Encourage, support, and train consumers in activities of daily living (ADLs) – teaching consumers about hygiene, help make appointments, show how to do household duties/chores, such as cooking, cleaning, etc. As part of a multi-disciplinary system, help facilitate the treatment and continuity of clinical care. Complete intake and discharge tasks for consumers being place in the house as new residents or moving out of the house. Maintain household safety in regard to a variety of household chores and activities, such as cooking, cleaning, and laundry. Document all significant consumer interactions toward recovery and continuity of care. Complete necessary clinical documentation, such as the daily log, consumer record, and medication records. Respond to consumer and building emergencies, and facilitate appropriate interventions. In emergency situations, contact other residential staff, your supervisor, or other clinicians when needed. Advocate for acceptance and integration of individuals with mental illness within the neighborhood and community in which they live. Required to attend scheduled team meetings. Perform other duties as assigned. EDUCATION: RC II: Bachelor’s Degree in social work, psychology, human services, or related field. CERTIFICATIONS:QMAP (Qualified Medication Administration Person) CPR & First Aid Physical and TB required. (must be completed prior to hire, and maintained during employment) EXPERIENCE: Two years of mental health experience or in related field preferred. Must be 21 yrs. of age to apply. SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:Excellent communication, organizational, and clinical skills:Must be able to multi-task and prioritize. Attention to detail in regard to clinical information. Must have a clear understanding of personal boundaries and be confident and self-assured in a variety of situations. Have the ability to de-escalate tense situations, and remain calm. Possess a high level of energy, with a positive and creative attitude. Knowledge and understanding of trauma-informed care principles/practices. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computer, telephone, facsimile, and other machines found in a residential facility. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires sitting, standing, bending, lifting. Must be able to perform a variety of household tasks, climb stairs, move throughout the house, and quickly respond to emergencies. May require lifting 50 pounds. WORKING CONDITIONS: Must meet qualifications under Chapter 7 of the Residential Care Facilities – Mentally Ill requirements. Shift work and/or weekend work is required. Certain programs may require a Class “S” driver’s license.
Mental Health Center of Denver Denver, Colorado
POSITION SUMMARY: Facilitate and work with consumers on a variety of activities of daily living (ADLs) needed for consumers to become more self-sufficient and move toward recovery. Additionally, you will facilitate group therapy, manage intakes/discharges, monitor medications, create a safe environment for the consumers, help coordinate treatment, and advocate for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. Responsible for direct service care to consumers as part of a multi-disciplinary team. SALARY RANGE: $16.05/hr. – $19.25/hr. (Bachelor degree or higher) ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:Provide individual psychotherapy with consumers to provide support and insight. Facilitate group therapy sessions within the house. Coordinate clinical care with case management services and other services both inside and outside of MHCD. Assess consumers throughout the workday, and provide appropriate interventions. Encourage, support, and train consumers in activities of daily living (ADLs) – teaching consumers about hygiene, help make appointments, show how to do household duties/chores, such as cooking, cleaning, etc. As part of a multi-disciplinary system, help facilitate the treatment and continuity of clinical care. Complete intake and discharge tasks for consumers being place in the house as new residents or moving out of the house. Maintain household safety in regard to a variety of household chores and activities, such as cooking, cleaning, and laundry. Document all significant consumer interactions toward recovery and continuity of care. Complete necessary clinical documentation, such as the daily log, consumer record, and medication records. Respond to consumer and building emergencies, and facilitate appropriate interventions. In emergency situations, contact other residential staff, your supervisor, or other clinicians when needed. Advocate for acceptance and integration of individuals with mental illness within the neighborhood and community in which they live. Required to attend scheduled team meetings. Perform other duties as assigned. EDUCATION: RC II: Bachelor’s Degree in social work, psychology, human services, or related field. CERTIFICATIONS: QMAP (Qualified Medication Administration Person) CPR & First Aid Physical and TB required. (must be completed prior to hire, and maintained during employment) EXPERIENCE: Two years of mental health experience or in related field preferred. Must be 21 yrs. of age to apply. SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:Excellent communication, organizational, and clinical skills:Must be able to multi-task and prioritize. Attention to detail in regard to clinical information. Must have a clear understanding of personal boundaries and be confident and self-assured in a variety of situations. Have the ability to de-escalate tense situations, and remain calm. Possess a high level of energy, with a positive and creative attitude. Knowledge and understanding of trauma-informed care principles/practices. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computer, telephone, facsimile, and other machines found in a residential facility. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires sitting, standing, bending, lifting. Must be able to perform a variety of household tasks, climb stairs, move throughout the house, and quickly respond to emergencies. May require lifting 50 pounds. WORKING CONDITIONS: Must meet qualifications under Chapter 7 of the Residential Care Facilities – Mentally Ill requirements. Shift work and/or weekend work is required. Certain programs may require a Class “S” driver’s license.
Mental Health Center of Denver Denver, Colorado
POSITION SUMMARY: Facilitate and work with consumers on a variety of activities of daily living (ADLs) needed for consumers to become more self-sufficient and move toward recovery. Additionally, you will facilitate group therapy, manage intakes/discharges, monitor medications, create a safe environment for the consumers, help coordinate treatment, and advocate for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. Responsible for direct service care to consumers as part of a multi-disciplinary team. SALARY RANGE:RC II – 15.51/hr. – $18.60/hr. (Bachelor degree or higher) ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:Provide individual psychotherapy with consumers to provide support and insight. Facilitate group therapy sessions within the house. Coordinate clinical care with case management services and other services both inside and outside of MHCD. Assess consumers throughout the workday, and provide appropriate interventions. Encourage, support, and train consumers in activities of daily living (ADLs) – teaching consumers about hygiene, help make appointments, show how to do household duties/chores, such as cooking, cleaning, etc. As part of a multi-disciplinary system, help facilitate the treatment and continuity of clinical care. Complete intake and discharge tasks for consumers being place in the house as new residents or moving out of the house. Maintain household safety in regard to a variety of household chores and activities, such as cooking, cleaning, and laundry. Document all significant consumer interactions toward recovery and continuity of care. Complete necessary clinical documentation, such as the daily log, consumer record, and medication records. Respond to consumer and building emergencies, and facilitate appropriate interventions. In emergency situations, contact other residential staff, your supervisor, or other clinicians when needed. Advocate for acceptance and integration of individuals with mental illness within the neighborhood and community in which they live. Required to attend scheduled team meetings. Perform other duties as assigned. EDUCATION: RC II: Bachelor’s Degree in social work, psychology, human services, or related field. CERTIFICATIONS: QMAP (Qualified Medication Administration Person) CPR & First Aid Physical and TB required. (must be completed prior to hire, and maintained during employment) EXPERIENCE: Two years of mental health experience or in related field preferred. Must be 21yrs. of age to apply. SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:Excellent communication, organizational, and clinical skills:Must be able to multi-task and prioritize. Attention to detail in regard to clinical information. Must have a clear understanding of personal boundaries and be confident and self-assured in a variety of situations. Have the ability to de-escalate tense situations, and remain calm. Possess a high level of energy, with a positive and creative attitude. Knowledge and understanding of trauma-informed care principles/practices. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computer, telephone, facsimile, and other machines found in a residential facility. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires sitting, standing, bending, lifting. Must be able to perform a variety of household tasks, climb stairs, move throughout the house, and quickly respond to emergencies. May require lifting 50 pounds. WORKING CONDITIONS: Must meet qualifications under Chapter 7 of the Residential Care Facilities – Mentally Ill requirements. Shift work and/or weekend work is required. Certain programs may require a Class “S” driver’s license.
Mental Health Center of Denver Denver, Colorado
POSITION SUMMARY: Facilitate and work with consumers on a variety of activities of daily living (ADLs) needed for consumers to become more self-sufficient and move toward recovery. Additionally, you will facilitate group therapy, manage intakes/discharges, monitor medications, create a safe environment for the consumers, help coordinate treatment, and advocate for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. Responsible for direct service care to consumers as part of a multi-disciplinary team. SALARY RANGE: $16.05/hr. – $19.25/hr. (Bachelor degree or higher) Awake Overnight Differential (AON): $1.00/hr. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:Provide individual psychotherapy with consumers to provide support and insight. Facilitate group therapy sessions within the house. Coordinate clinical care with case management services and other services both inside and outside of MHCD. Assess consumers throughout the workday, and provide appropriate interventions. Encourage, support, and train consumers in activities of daily living (ADLs) – teaching consumers about hygiene, help make appointments, show how to do household duties/chores, such as cooking, cleaning, etc. As part of a multi-disciplinary system, help facilitate the treatment and continuity of clinical care. Complete intake and discharge tasks for consumers being place in the house as new residents or moving out of the house. Maintain household safety in regard to a variety of household chores and activities, such as cooking, cleaning, and laundry. Document all significant consumer interactions toward recovery and continuity of care. Complete necessary clinical documentation, such as the daily log, consumer record, and medication records. Respond to consumer and building emergencies, and facilitate appropriate interventions. In emergency situations, contact other residential staff, your supervisor, or other clinicians when needed. Advocate for acceptance and integration of individuals with mental illness within the neighborhood and community in which they live. Required to attend scheduled team meetings. Perform other duties as assigned. EDUCATION: RC II: Bachelor’s Degree in social work, psychology, human services, or related field. CERTIFICATIONS: QMAP (Qualified Medication Administration Person) CPR & First Aid Physical and TB required. (must be completed prior to hire, and maintained during employment) EXPERIENCE: Two years of mental health experience or in related field preferred. Must be 21 yrs. of age to apply. SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:Excellent communication, organizational, and clinical skills:Must be able to multi-task and prioritize. Attention to detail in regard to clinical information. Must have a clear understanding of personal boundaries and be confident and self-assured in a variety of situations. Have the ability to de-escalate tense situations, and remain calm. Possess a high level of energy, with a positive and creative attitude. Knowledge and understanding of trauma-informed care principles/practices. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computer, telephone, facsimile, and other machines found in a residential facility. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires sitting, standing, bending, lifting. Must be able to perform a variety of household tasks, climb stairs, move throughout the house, and quickly respond to emergencies. May require lifting 50 pounds. WORKING CONDITIONS: Must meet qualifications under Chapter 7 of the Residential Care Facilities – Mentally Ill requirements. Shift work and/or weekend work is required. Certain programs may require a Class “S” driver’s license.
Mental Health Center of Denver Denver, Colorado
POSITION SUMMARY: Facilitate and work with consumers on a variety of activities of daily living (ADLs) needed for consumers to become more self-sufficient and move toward recovery. Additionally, you will facilitate group therapy, manage intakes/discharges, monitor medications, create a safe environment for the consumers, help coordinate treatment, and advocate for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. Responsible for direct service care to consumers as part of a multi-disciplinary team. SALARY RANGE:RC II – $15.51/hr. – $18.60/hr. (Bachelor degree or higher) ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:Provide individual psychotherapy with consumers to provide support and insight. Facilitate group therapy sessions within the house. Coordinate clinical care with case management services and other services both inside and outside of MHCD. Assess consumers throughout the workday, and provide appropriate interventions. Encourage, support, and train consumers in activities of daily living (ADLs) – teaching consumers about hygiene, help make appointments, show how to do household duties/chores, such as cooking, cleaning, etc. As part of a multi-disciplinary system, help facilitate the treatment and continuity of clinical care. Complete intake and discharge tasks for consumers being place in the house as new residents or moving out of the house. Maintain household safety in regard to a variety of household chores and activities, such as cooking, cleaning, and laundry. Document all significant consumer interactions toward recovery and continuity of care. Complete necessary clinical documentation, such as the daily log, consumer record, and medication records. Respond to consumer and building emergencies, and facilitate appropriate interventions. In emergency situations, contact other residential staff, your supervisor, or other clinicians when needed. Advocate for acceptance and integration of individuals with mental illness within the neighborhood and community in which they live. Required to attend scheduled team meetings. Perform other duties as assigned. EDUCATION: RC II: Bachelor’s Degree in social work, psychology, human services, or related field. CERTIFICATIONS: QMAP (Qualified Medication Administration Person) CPR & First Aid Physical and TB required. (must be completed prior to hire, and maintained during employment) EXPERIENCE: Two years of mental health experience or in related field preferred. Must be 21yrs. of age to apply. SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:Excellent communication, organizational, and clinical skills:Must be able to multi-task and prioritize. Attention to detail in regard to clinical information. Must have a clear understanding of personal boundaries and be confident and self-assured in a variety of situations. Have the ability to de-escalate tense situations, and remain calm. Possess a high level of energy, with a positive and creative attitude. Knowledge and understanding of trauma-informed care principles/practices. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computer, telephone, facsimile, and other machines found in a residential facility. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires sitting, standing, bending, lifting. Must be able to perform a variety of household tasks, climb stairs, move throughout the house, and quickly respond to emergencies. May require lifting 50 pounds. WORKING CONDITIONS: Must meet qualifications under Chapter 7 of the Residential Care Facilities – Mentally Ill requirements. Shift work and/or weekend work is required. Certain programs may require a Class “S” driver’s license.
Mental Health Center of Denver Denver, Colorado
POSITION SUMMARY: Responsible for overseeing the planning, development, implementation of psychiatric rehabilitation services delivered to individuals Mental Health Center of Denver serves. Ensure provision of high-quality services and efficient and effective internal processes and communication. Coordinate service delivery with clinical areas and work collaboratively with other community agencies and provider organizations. Support the organization’s mission, vision, values and short and long-range goals as member of Executive Management Team. Provide vision, set goals, and lead all aspects of the psychiatric rehabilitation program. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:Develop and oversee the psychiatric rehabilitation program service delivery for the diverse population of Denver insuring on-going effective community based programs. Lead and participate in completing grant proposals for the program, generating revenue from private sources. Initiate collaboration with funders, stakeholders, employers and community agencies to provide opportunities to maximize services to psychiatric rehabilitation program participants. Lead and participate in completing grant proposals for the program, generating revenue from private sources. Analyze and assess program effectiveness, set vision and provide supportive and innovative recommendations to improve efficiency and support compliance. Promote program self-sufficiency through planning, innovation, evidenced-based practices and operational efficiencies. Responsible for developing and maintaining a trauma informed environment of wellbeing in the department. Participate in the development of the organization’s plans and programs as a strategic partner with emphasis on supporting positive impact for program participants. Coordinate the program’s services with other clinical areas of Mental Health Center of Denver and community partners. Directly supervise psychiatric rehabilitation program managers with duties to include hiring, training, motivating, evaluating, coaching, and providing accountability measures. Support supervisors in promoting the growth and development of their staff members. Collaborate in supervisory processes taken by supervisors. Comply with organizational policies and procedures and Mental Health Center of Denver’s commitment to equal opportunity employment. Ensure compliance to organization policies, state and federal rules and regulations governing mental health services and centers. Act as liaison with other agencies and organizations providing services to people the psychiatric rehabilitation program serves. Lead and participate in completing grant proposals for the program, generating revenue from private sources. Provide indirect supervision of Skills Training and Job Placement/Retention processes. Provide linkage to Office of Behavioral Health and other community mental health centers statewide as needed. Perform other related duties as assigned. EDUCATION: Master’s Degree required. LCSW, LPC, or Licensed Psychologist with psychiatric rehabilitation experience encouraged to apply. CERTIFICATION: Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner EXPERIENCE: A minimum of five (5) years’ experience in human services and community-based organizations that promote successive employment and address barriers, i.e., transitional housing, substance use, health, etc. Minimum of three (3) years in executive-level position with demonstrated budgeting development, grant writing/administration and psychiatric rehabilitation program development. SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:Demonstrate ability to supervise an experienced multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural staff. Manage Vision and Purpose, using the organization’s vision to inspire and motivate Ability to complete multiple projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work with diverse populations Good reasoning and problem-solving abilities. Strong communications skills, including a proven ability to successfully manage interpersonal relationships Ability to establish credibility and maintain confidentiality Resourceful and well organized. Computer proficient using Microsoft Office products and a variety of other data bases. Knowledge of current, relevant laws and regulations governing employment Active listener, possessing outstanding speaking, writing, and presentation skills SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Direct or indirect supervision of all psychiatric rehabilitation staff. Directly supervising program managers and director level staff. MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computers, calculators, fax machines, copiers, telephone and a variety of other office/clerical equipment. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires sitting, standing, bending and reaching. May require lifting up to 50 pounds. Requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate standard office machines such as computers, fax machines, the telephone and other office and/or clinical equipment. WORKING CONDITIONS: May require occasional evening or weekend hour
Mental Health Center of Denver Denver, Colorado
POSITION SUMMARY: Responsible for supporting Market Farm Manager in the cultivation of a 1-acre market farm at the Dahlia Campus for Health and Well-Being. Outreach and education programs consist of groups working at Dahlia Campus and with neighborhood organizations, leaders, and stakeholders. This is a seasonal position M-F and varies by season and days based on harvesting, distribution, and event schedule; occasional weekend and evening hours. SALARY RANGE: $13/hr. – $15/hr. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:Assist in the planting, cultivating, and harvesting of crops in coordination with the Market Farm Manager. Coordinate farm distribution and communications. Manage food distribution programs including Farmers Market, Food Boxes, and Donation programs. Assist with development and implementation of farm-based educational and volunteer programs. Ensure that Dahlia Campus Market Farm is embodying MHCD’s Mission, Vision and Core Values. Manage and mentor include apprenticeships, internships, field trips, farm tours, volunteer days, cooking demonstrations/classes, and various social events throughout the year. Provide accurate recordkeeping and reporting on farm outcomes, including harvest totals, seed and transplant dates, and amendment applications. Attend relevant Farm and Garden Partner meetings and MHCD event planning meetings. Participate in development and outreach efforts for programs and special events. Facilitate communication and understanding of site programs, services, goals and values. Other duties, as assigned. EDUCATION: High school diploma or GED required. Bachelor’s degree in agriculture, agri-business and or biological sciences preferred. EXPERIENCE: Minimum two (2) years of experience small-scale farming (volunteer experience accepted). Working knowledge of organic/sustainable farming practices as well marketing/sales of vegetables and other products. Experience with drip irrigation preferred. Preferred experience managing volunteers and working with children (pre-k through 12), and people with disabilities. Working knowledge of SNAP/ DUFB procedures and reporting a plus. SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:Effective written and verbal communication skills. Some experience with farming practices, marketing & sales Ability to work flexible hours which may be required. Take initiative and follow through on tasks and attention to detail Ability to create strong relationships with adults and children with an understanding of, and respect for, culture and diversity. Pragmatic and outcome-driven, yet positive and forward thinking. Interest in helping develop a more sustainable and just local food system. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Manage and mentor farm interns, apprentices, work shares, and other volunteers. Manage the volunteer farm crew while on site. MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Farming equipment, computers, printers, and fax machines. Typical Physical Demands: Ability to physically work within a variety of conditions i.e. endurance to work long days, in diverse weather conditions (35-105Fº), and requires frequent lifting and carrying of at least 50 pounds. Requires crouching, kneeling, standing, bending and reaching, ability to use farming equipment/tools. Typical Mental Demands: Ability to give, receive and analyze information, formulate work plans, prepare written materials and articulate goals and action plans. Must be able to assess risk and challenges quickly and develop an effective response. Must understand people from all walks of life and be able to communicate effectively with them. Working Conditions: Maintain flexible schedule. Frequent early morning, evening, and weekend responsibilities. Wednesday, all day during market season is required (must be able to attend at least 14/16 markets). *Non-smoking facility/campus.
Mental Health Center of Denver Denver, Colorado
POSITION SUMMARY: This position is a member of a multi-disciplinary child and family team that provides comprehensive services for enrolled children, families, caregivers, and the broader community. The approach of the team is characterized by being strengths-based, family-centered, culturally proficient and community responsive. Utilizing this approach, the position provides outpatient therapeutic support across the lifespan to children, adolescents, caregivers, family systems, as well as individual adults within the Dahlia community. The individuals and families we work with present with a broad range of bio-psycho-social and mental health needs including trauma, depression, anxiety, behavioral challenges, and substance abuse, among others. This position is also responsible for maintaining compliance to documentation standards for all work performed. SALARY RANGE:LPC/LMFT: $23.49/hr. – $28.17/hr. LCSW: $24.86/hr. – $29.81/hr. Licenesed Psychologist: $33.68/hr. – $40.42/hr. Spanish Language Differential: $2.50/hr. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:Provide diagnostic mental health assessments as well as individual, family, play, couple, and/or group psychotherapy along with crisis intervention and case management support to assigned clients. Bilingual Spanish required. Develop treatment plans, monitor treatment progress and follow-up as clinically indicated. Facilitate the coordination of services for clients with supplemental needs in psychiatric, case management, and medical domains. Facilitate the client and/or family’s growth and development with an emphasis on strengths, resiliency, and wellbeing. Collaborate with internal and external partners to support the growth and development of those we serve. Maintain accurate and timely clinical documentation consistent with agency standards. Participate in team meetings, in-services and supervisory sessions as required. Other duties as assigned. EDUCATION: Master’s Degree (or higher) in Psychology, Social Work, or other human service field. Licensed (LCSW, LPC, LMFT, Psychologist) preferred. Additional training in substance abuse preferred (CAC or LAC). EXPERIENCE: At least three years’ experience working across the lifespan with children, families, and adults experiencing significant mental health challenges. Play therapy experience preferred. SKILLS: Knowledge of methods of psychotherapy. Ability to assess crisis situations and intervene appropriately. Clinical assessment and diagnostic skills utilizing the DSM – 5. The ability to focus on what people can do, not on what they can’t do. The ability to partner with clients and families and work alongside them as they shape their treatment. Able to navigate an electronic medical record and utilize technology effectively. The ability to laugh with others and have a sense of humor. Effective written and verbal communication skills. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Ability to sit, stand, bend and reach, drive, operate standard office equipment such as phone, computer, facsimile, copier/printer, and other business machines. Occasional lifting up to 40 lbs. TYPICAL MENTAL DEMANDS: Ability to give, receive and analyze information, formulate work plans, prepare written materials and articulate goals and action plans. Must understand people from all walks of life and be able to communicate effectively with them. WORKING CONDITIONS: May require occasional evening, weekend or on-call hours. Some local travel depending on position.
Mental Health Center of Denver Denver, Colorado
POSITION SUMMARY: Working primarily in a clinic, office or similar setting, provide direct mental health clinical assessment, treatment, and counseling to the severe and persistent mentally ill. Includes intake, some case management, and group and individual therapies to adult population. Substance abuse experience helpful. Salary Range:LPC/LMFT $23.49/hr. – $28.17/hr. LCSW $24.86/hr. – $29.81/hr. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:Provide psychological evaluations/problem identification, crisis interventions, and individual, group, and/or family therapy to assigned consumers. Provide some case management and coordination services to consumers as needed. Develop treatment plans; monitor treatment progress and follow-up at disposition times. Assist consumers with psychological development, social development, and rehabilitation. Communicate with and help coordinate consumer’s use of other Organization programs and outside community resources. Working with psychiatrists, nurses, and other professionals, coordinate medication/medicinal needs of consumers with medical sources. Maintain accurate and timely clinical records consistent with Organization standards. Participate in team/MHCD meetings, in-services, and supervisory sessions as required. Perform other duties as assigned. EDUCATION: Master’s Degree in social work, psychology, or similar field. Current licensure as a LCSW/LPC/LMFT in the State of Colorado. EXPERIENCE: Minimum of two years experience in clinical social work. Experience working with the severe and persistently mentally ill. SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:Knowledge of methods of psychotherapy. Knowledge of community resources. Ability to assess crisis situations and intervene appropriately. Familiarity with the DSM IV and diagnostic techniques. Effective written and verbal communication skills. Ability to work flexible and on-call hours which may be required. Ability to work independently, flexibly, and quickly adapt to changing situations. Ability to give, receive and analyze information, formulate work plans, prepare written materials and articulate goals and action plans. Must understand people from all walks of life and be able to communicate effectively with them. Knowledge and understanding of trauma-informed care principles/practices. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Assists with program supervision of students/volunteers as determined appropriate. MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computers, calculators, fax machines, copiers, telephone and a variety of other office/clerical equipment. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires sitting, standing, bending and reaching. May require lifting up to 50 pounds. Requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate standard office machines such as computers, fax machines, the telephone and other office and/or clinical equipment. WORKING CONDITIONS: May require occasional evening or weekend hours.