Merakey is seeking a full time Mental Health PCH Assistant Administrator to join our Behavioral Health division in Russellton, PA.
Our name, Merakey, is inspired by a modern Greek word, meaning to put something of yourself into your work, or to do something with soul, creativity or love. This concept illustrates the compassion and integrity that underscores everything we do.
Position Specific Responsibilities:
Must be willing to work as a full member of the NHS team to provide direct care and support to the individual residents.
Demonstrates knowledgeable of the DPW 2600 regulations for Personal Care Homes and the ability to implement these regulations.
Must embrace recovery, hope inspiring, and resiliency building approaches in managing the PCH.
Network with the community to build awareness.
Promote community collaboration and establish linkages with individual agencies in the community that will be essential to the LVCPCH resident's recovery. Linkages must be updated on a yearly basis.
Assure that Recovery Philosophy are integrated into the operations of the home and overall culture and environment of the PCH.
Supervise Direct Care Staff and Peer Specialist, and other staff employed with the home as assigned.
Provide support to the PCH Administrator, monitoring the annual training requirements per the DPW 2600 regulations.
Work to maintain the PCH licensure, assuring that the location meets all licensure requirements at all times.
Be prepared to flexibly adapt to the diverse situations that may arise with the type of population being served in the PCH.
Provide on-call for after hours support for PCH staff.
Provide professional support and serve as a resource, coach and mentor to all Staff.
Hire, orient, and integrate new staff. Also responsible for ensuring staff adhere to Merakey policy and procedures and follow corrective action procedures for those not following policy.
Complete monthly and yearly program reports as necessary to track progress.
Participate in consumer treatment team meetings, county meeting or NHS meetings as necessary.
Complete all other duties as assigned.
MERAKEY IS PROUD TO OFFER THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS
NEW!! - we have the compensation and benefits package that will meet your individual needs!! You choose between "Enhanced Pay" or "Enhanced Benefits"
Depending on your needs and/or the needs of your family, you choose between higher pay (and a full range of base benefits) or unbelievable benefits (and competitive pay). You will be free to choose from:
In addition - we offer the following benefits:
Competitive Compensation Plans
Opportunities for professional growth and advancement
Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance Plans
Flexible Spending Accounts
Short/Long Term Disability Coverage
403B Retirement Plan (with company matching)
Marketplace Savings Program
Employee Assistance Program
24-Hour Nurse Hotline
Generous Paid Time Off (for qualifying positions)
Stability that coincides with working for a national leader in education and human services
Merakey is a leading developmental, behavioral health and education provider offering a breadth of integrated services to individuals and communities across the country. We leverage our size and expertise to develop innovative solutions and new models of care to meet the needs of individuals, their families, public and private healthcare funders and community partner organizations.
We recognize that complex needs require a holistic approach. With our experience, expertise and compassion, we empower everyone within our communities to reach their fullest potential.
With a rich tradition spanning 50 years with nearly 10,000 employees, Merakey provides care to over 40,000 adults and children throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Maryland, Delaware, Louisiana, Michigan, Texas, California, and Tennessee.
Merakey is an Equal Opportunity Employer!
To fill out an on-line application: www.merakey.org/careers and send your resume to our recruiter -
Merakey is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer! We deeply value diversity and do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, ethnic background, sex, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, genetic information, or disability status. Moreover, we are committed to creating teams that reflect the diversity of the communities we serve and encourage applicants from underrepresented backgrounds to apply.
Master's degree with specialty in psychology, social work, or other appropriate human service curriculum. Must have a minimum of one year experience in the mental health field and management experience. Must have completed the Department of Public Welfare approved training program for PCH Administrators.
Valid driver's license required as well as all clearances required by OMHSAS