October Road is seeking a Vocational Specialist for our Assertive Community Treatment Team! If you would like to make lasting difference in the lives of other by helping them obtain employment, this is the job for you!
The Vocational Specialist will be responsible for:
Collecting pertinent data for utilization review
Devise treatment plans that reflect current MH/SA treatment planning and pertain to the needs of the individual family and consumer
Complete treatment plans in a timely manner.
Review treatment plans on a scheduled basis with treatment team and client
Formulate appropriate post-discharge placement plans that include services for consumer and family that maximize potential for success
Inform administrative staff of pending/planned discharges.
Complete discharge summary and other paperwork
Participate in regularly scheduled treatment team meetings and provide expertise to the team
Maintain regular contact with referral sources as indicated
Develop appropriate discharge plans collaborating with referral sources
Prepare and conduct concurrent reviews to referral sources
Responsible for timely completion of medical record documentation. Documentation of all outside contacts as well as therapy sessions will be maintained
Provide transportation for clients to access community resources
Emergency services duty on rotation that may include commitment procedures, after hour assessments, crisis planning, and hospital diversion.
The right candidate will be productive, effective and professional with all disciplines. Keeps supervisor informed and is open to feedback and supervision. High moral and ethical values as well as a willingness to be open to learning and growing. Good interpersonal skills to work as an integral part of a treatment team and appropriate interpersonal/personal boundaries.
Requires Bachelor Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Vocational Rehabilitation or Psychology from an accredited college or university. Experience in employment rehabilitation, vocational or specific training in employment or vocational rehabilitation. Must have 2 years of working with individuals with severe and persistent mental illness.
Paid Days Off
401K with company match
Onward Behavioral Health