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Job Description
As we continue to grow, Accurate Home Care, LLC is looking for a full-time or part-time Independent Living Services (ILS) Worker to support people with disabilities, chronic illness or mental health needs in learning new and healthy independent living skills. The ILS Worker will support the person in achieving greater independence within the home and the community, as well as improving the quality of life through face to face training in areas such as basic nutrition, managing finances, attending appointments, effective communication, transportation needs, and problem solving. The ILS Worker maintains positive relationships with the individual receiving services, his or her support team, other providers, ILS team members, and Accurate Home Care employees. • Four-year degree in Social Work or related field preferred or two-year degree and experience working with individuals with disabilities • Must be able to safely transport individuals and their equipment in the worker’s vehicle. Must provide valid license, proof of insurance, and an acceptable driving record. • Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work respectfully with a diverse range of individuals in a professional manner. • Must provide valid license, proof of insurance, and an acceptable driving record with minimum moving violations

How to apply
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=37fe5a01-792f-4f83-bfdb-dc459a63f426&ccId=9200014705848_2&lang=en_US

Salary
Based on experience

Posted
01/19/2021

Expires
02/19/2021

Assistant Manager (Lead DSP): Crystal, Golden Valley, New Hope, and Plymouth, MN

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
Hammer Residences is seeking an Assistant Program Manager for one of our homes in the Western Suburbs. The people we serve live in Hammer’s group homes or apartment programs with the support of caring teams who provide on-going assistance, teach independent living skills, support health and personal cares, help with household tasks, and offer social and emotional support. We are looking for people to partner with the people we serve to help them live their best life. The Assistant Program Manager will be responsible for direct care shifts as well as administrative tasks that fall under one or two of the following: Financial – keeping track of individual’s petty cash, bank runs, assisting folks with paying bills, etc. Medical – keeping track of individual’s medical needs and appointment calendars, scheduling appointments, accompanying individuals to their appointments, ordering medications, ordering medical supplies, etc. Activities – signing individuals up for activities that they are interested in, keeping the program calendar up to date, communicating with team re: plans, etc. Shopping – purchasing groceries and supplies for the program. Qualifications Must be 18 years of age or older Valid Driver’s License, current vehicle insurance and a good driving record Good written and oral communication skills Pass a background check through the Department of Human Services. Technical skills – must be comfortable and proficient in using computers and/or smart technology. Prior leadership experience preferred as well as experience coordinating schedules Duties: appointments, activities, shopping Schedule: Wednesday 2-9pm, Thursday 2-9pm, Friday 2-10p, Saturday 8-4pm and Sunday 9-3pm. 36 hours week.

How to apply
https://hammer.org/careers/

Salary
$15.25/hr

Posted
01/18/2021

Expires
02/28/2021

Assistant Program Manager (APM - Lead DSP)

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
Hammer Residences is seeking high-quality direct care staff for 4-person group homes, 6-person group homes and apartment style programs. You will directly support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The people we serve live in Hammer’s group homes or apartment programs with the support of caring teams who provide on-going assistance, teach independent living skills, support health and personal cares, help with household tasks, and offer social and emotional support. Qualifications: Staff must have good written and oral communication skills, be comfortable using a computer, must be at least 18 years old, must be documented to work in the U.S., and must be able to pass a background check. Experience not necessary—training will be provided. Schedules available: Assistant Program Managers always work full-time. Schedules are posted with openings on Hammer's website (www.hammer.org/careers/). Locations: we have 45 different programs scattered throughout the west metro. We have locations in St. Louis Park, Wayzata, Minnetonka, Crystal, Golden Valley, New Hope, Eden Prairie, Maple Grove, and Plymouth. Assistant Program Managers do mostly direct care duties, and assist their Program Manager with a few administrative tasks. The administrative tasks are generally one or two of the following:   Medical: keeping track of individual’s medical needs and appointment calendars, scheduling appointments, accompanying individuals to their appointments, ordering medications, ordering medical supplies, etc.   Financial: keeping track of individual’s petty cash, bank runs, assisting folks with paying bills, etc. Activities: signing individuals up for activities that they are interested in, keeping the program calendar up to date, communicating with team re: plans, etc.   Shopping: purchasing groceries and supplies for the program.

How to apply
https://hammer.org/careers/

Salary
$15.25/hour plus benefits

Posted
01/18/2021

Expires
02/28/2021

Direct Support Professional (DSP) (Full-time and Part-time openings and immediate interviews!)

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
Hammer Residences is seeking high-quality direct care staff for 4-person group homes, 6-person group homes and apartment style programs. The Direct Support Professional is the most important role in our organization. As a DSP, you will directly support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The people we serve live in Hammer’s group homes or apartment programs with the support of caring teams who provide on-going assistance, teach independent living skills, support health and personal cares, help with household tasks, and offer social and emotional support. Qualifications: Staff must have good written and oral communication skills, be comfortable using a computer, must be at least 18 years old, must be documented to work in the U.S., and must be able to pass a background check. Experience not necessary—training will be provided. Those with experience as a Personal Care Attendant (PCA), Human Services Technician, Direct Care Worker, paraprofessional or an Advocate for people with disabilities or the elderly tend to have similar experience to that of a DSP. Must have a valid driver's license, a personal vehicle, current auto insurance and a driving record that meets the standard of our insurance company. Must be able to pass a background check. Schedules available: Awake overnights, asleep overnights, afternoons/evenings, and weekends. Part-time and full-time options. Locations: we have 45 different programs scattered throughout the west metro. We have locations in St. Louis Park, Wayzata, Minnetonka, Crystal, Golden Valley, New Hope, Eden Prairie, Maple Grove, and Plymouth.

How to apply
https://hammer.org/careers/

Salary
$14.00/hr to start w/ an increase to $14.25/hr

Posted
01/18/2021

Expires
02/28/2021

Direct Support Professional in Wayzata, MN ***$1,000 Sign-On Bonus*** Gardner Location ONLY!!!

Northwest MN | Full Time

Job Description
Hammer Residences is seeking high-quality direct care staff for 4-person group homes, 6-person group homes and apartment style programs. The Direct Support Professional is the most important role in our organization. As a DSP, you will directly support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The people we serve live in Hammer’s group homes or apartment programs with the support of caring teams who provide on-going assistance, teach independent living skills, support health and personal cares, help with household tasks, and offer social and emotional support. Qualifications: Staff must have good written and oral communication skills, be comfortable using a computer, must be at least 18 years old, must be documented to work in the U.S., and must be able to pass a background check. All employees must have a valid driver's license, a personal vehicle, current auto insurance, and a driving record that meets the standard of our insurance company. Experience not necessary—training will be provided. Those with experience as a Personal Care Attendant (PCA), Human Services Technician, Direct Care Worker, paraprofessional or an Advocate for people with disabilities or the elderly tend to have similar experience to that of a DSP. Location: Wayzata, MN at our Gardner location. Wage: $14.00/hr. $1,000 Sign-On Bonus is received in increments, within the first 3 months, 6 months and 12 months of employment. Employee is required to work full schedule through the full 12 months. Bonus is only eligible for full-time employees. Benefits: For a comprehensive list of benefits for full-time and part-time employees please click on the link: https://hammer.org/careers-benefits/ Due to COVID-19 and recommendations from the CDC, interviews and orientation for this position may be conducted virtually until further notice. If you should need assistance with the use of the technology, please notify Hammer Residences recruitment team.

How to apply
https://hammer.org/about/apply-now/

Salary
Wage: $14.00/hr. $1,000 Sign-On Bonus.

Posted
01/18/2021

Expires
02/28/2021

Float Specialist/Direct Support Professional Position

Northwest MN | Full Time

Job Description
Each FS will work full-time hours that they pick up on Hammer Shiftboard or are assigned by the Manager of Scheduling and Support. Scheduling needs may make it necessary to change hours on short notice. After business hours, the Director on-call may reassign the FS. FS may work only one asleep overnight/week which is reimbursed at the awake rate. 20 hours/week must be in high need homes identified by Manager of Support FS may work no more than 12 hours of continuous awake time and no more than 20 hours of continuous awake/sleep combination with at least six hours of sleep or time off FS must work two weekends/month When picking up a shift in a new location, the FS must arrive at work at least 15 minutes early to review the MAR, read logs, get properly oriented and speak with staff on duty. The FS will administer medications only if he/she is the only staff member present and medications are due

How to apply
https://hammer.org/careers/

Salary
$15.25/hr

Posted
01/18/2021

Expires
02/28/2021

Program Manager Position: Gardner Location (Wayzata, MN)

Northwest MN | Full Time

Job Description
The Program Manager is responsible for supervising the daily operation of the house in which he/she works. He/she will develop/utilize systems to ensure the household operations are smooth and efficient. The Program Manager will do the following: Develop positive relationships with the people being served, their family members, support staff, management team, consultants, and other service providers. Facilitate the Interdisciplinary Team in developing individualized program services and will ensure that these services are provided as designed. Complete necessary paperwork related to the services being provided. Ensure that the household operates within the budget assigned. Follow all pertinent policies, regulations, and procedures, relating to the delivery of services and the general management of the organization. Duties include: Support individuals who live with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live life to the fullest. Manage a staff team of Direct Support Professionals and Assistant Program Manager(s) to effectively care for the people you support. Administrative duties include scheduling, payroll, and 245D documentation. Maintain excellent relationships and communication with individuals’ families, volunteers, day programs/jobs, and social networks. Developing programming to support person-centered practices and encouraging the independence of the people you support. Qualifications: Two-year college degree and two years of full-time experience in the field of developmental disabilities or 50 hours of education and training related to human services and disabilities and four years of full-time work experience with people with disabilities to manage a waiver program. Must have a valid driver's license, a personal vehicle with current auto insurance, and a driving record that meets the standard of our insurance company. Must be able to pass a background check per MN regulations.

How to apply
https://hammer.org/careers/

Salary
$17.50/hr + benefits hammer.org/careers-benefits

Posted
01/18/2021

Expires
02/28/2021

Temporary Program Administrative Coordinator - Substance Use Programs and Services

Southeast MN | Full Time

Job Description
The mission of Canvas Health is to bring hope, healing and recovery to people's lives. Helping People, Changing Lives Canvas Health employs a dynamic and diverse group of professionals that reflect the many facets of our clients and provide a wide range of services to children, adolescents, adults, and families who struggle with mental health, chemical health, and domestic and sexual abuse. A career with Canvas Health provides an opportunity to enrich your own life alongside coworkers who share a special passion for making a real difference in the lives of others. We hold ourselves and each other accountable to the highest standards in all of our service and seek demonstrated ability to provide the highest quality of professional and customer service. Temporary Program Administrative Coordinator - Substance Use Programs and Services Position will start as temporary with possibility to hire permanently, with a re-evaluation of program support needs within the first 3-4 months. Position Summary: Provides support to Substance Use programs and services by coordinating and monitoring program workflow. Provides coordination of meetings, trainings and activities associated with the program. Provides integrated, efficient and high quality services for clients and staff including appointment scheduling, administrative program support, and administrative support for program providers. Provides specialized program support as assigned. Qualifications: High school diploma (or equivalent) plus three years of program coordination experience required. Administrative support experience in a behavioral or medical health setting and third party coverage verification preferred. Experience with Electronic Health Record systems preferred. Must be well organized, flexible, detail oriented, possess good problem solving skills, able to work independently and as a team member.

How to apply
For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://www.applicantpro.com/j/1639918-432945

Salary
DOE

Posted
01/18/2021

Expires
01/18/2022

Clinical Program Therapist 4 - Licensed Mental Health Professional

Northeast MN | Full Time

Job Description
The Community Addiction Recovery Enterprise (CARE) Carlton, MN is seeking talented, mission driven, person-centered Licensed Mental Health Professional to join our team and make a great difference in the lives of others. CARE Carlton is a women’s only facility that specializes in providing inpatient treatment services to women with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders. Along with inpatient services, the program offers adult learning for clients, such as parenting skills, domestic violence prevention and recovery, healthy relationships, and spirituality. All services are person-centered, building on the individual's interests and capacity for growth, leading to a lifelong process of recovery. Don’t miss this excellent opportunity to be part of a great team! The Licensed Mental Health Professional provides behavioral health treatment and support services to clients of CARE Carlton as well as clinical consultation and direction to direct care and professional staff regarding the overall treatment and treatment process of individuals with dual disorders of substance use and mentally illness. Consultation regarding the content of individual treatment plans including staff interventions is a vital component of this position. Primary duties include: - Provide mental health diagnostic assessments. - Provide clinical treatment services including Integrated Dual Disorders approaches through individual and group therapy, family therapy, and psychoeducation. - Consultation to the unit treatment team with responsibility for providing leadership in the mental health treatment process, including psychiatry. - Participate in performance improvement and program development committees. - Providing expertise, training and ongoing support to staff in the engagement and treatment of individuals with dual disorders of substance use and mental illness using Evidenced Based Practice.

How to apply
Apply online at: www.mn.gov/careers, search for Job ID #42580

Salary
$59,466 - $88,197 /annually

Posted
01/15/2021

Expires
01/29/2021

Nurse Executive - Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services (MHSATS) Nurse Executive

Statewide | Full Time

Job Description
The Mental Health & Substance Abuse Treatment Services (MHSATS) business line is seeking a dynamic Nurse Executive to manage a multi-disciplinary team of specialists dedicated to helping make a difference in the lives of others. As part of the Direct Care and Treatment (DCT) administration, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment Services (MHSATS) provides behavioral health services across a continuum of care. MHSATS offers treatment for adults, children and adolescents with mental illness and chemical addiction (often co-occurring), as well as other complex health and comorbid conditions. Multidisciplinary teams provide care in inpatient hospitals and supervised living settings guided by evidence-based practices and a person-centered treatment philosophy. The MHSATS Nurse Executive serves as a member of the Executive Leadership team and is the linchpin for creating and maintaining a healthy, therapeutic environment for patients as well as a safe and healthy work environment for staff.  Reporting to the MHSATS Executive Director, the Nurse Executive functions at an executive level in an active leadership role with the MHSATS Executive Team, systems governing body, medical staff leadership, and other management teams across DCT. The Nurse Executive is: - Directly responsible for managing and overseeing departments and other service lines as assigned by the Executive Director. - Directly responsible ensuring regulatory compliance, safety, quality and for continuing growth within nursing, rehabilitation and dietary services. -Responsible for helping department leaders establish a measure of performance, increase productivity, quality improvement, cost controls and efficient utilization of resources.

How to apply
Apply online at www.mn.gov/careers, search for Job ID #43217

Salary
$97,196 - $139,269 /annually

Posted
01/15/2021

Expires
02/10/2021

Quality Officer

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
The Quality Officer is responsible for development and implementation of strategies to effectively support the DCT healthcare network in its goal of providing quality services to the people served by the Mental Health Substance Abuse Treatment Services (MHSATS) business line. As part of the DCT administration, MHSATS provides behavioral health services across a continuum of care. MHSATS offers treatment for adults, children and adolescents with mental illness and chemical addiction (often co-occurring), as well as other complex health and comorbid conditions. Multidisciplinary teams provide care in inpatient hospitals and supervised living settings guided by evidence-based practices and a person-centered treatment philosophy. The facilities are licensed and accredited so the Quality Officer provides oversight to processes and procedures to ensure compliance with state and federal standards and requirements that govern such facilities. The successful Quality Officer has strong knowledge of healthcare systems, person-centered services, quality control management, state services and accrediting organizations. The Quality Officer will use research skills to gather, analyze and report data used to prevent, resolve and anticipate facility obstacles. The Quality Officer serves as the subject matter expert, and will influence in the areas of practices, processes, and procedures. Minimum Qualifications: 3 years of professional level healthcare accreditation experience in at least three of the following areas: healthcare management, patient care experience, quality care, quality data collection and reporting, compliance, or patient safety A Bachelor’s Degree in healthcare management, public administration, law, or clinical health professions may substitute for 1 year of professional experience. A Master’s Degree in healthcare management, public administration, law, or clinical health professions may substitute for 2 years professional experience

How to apply
www.mn.gov/careers; job ID 43378

Salary
$27.56 - $40.61/hourly; $57,545 - $84,793/annually

Posted
01/15/2021

Expires
01/28/2021

Career Counselor - MFIP - Dakota County

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
POSITION SUMMARY: This Career Counselor position involves intensive case management and employment services to individuals on MFIP (Minnesota Family Investment Program) who have multiple barriers preventing them from meeting program expectations. We are hiring for two counselors. Locations: West St. Paul, MN or Burnsville. ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES: • Complete a comprehensive needs assessment on all individuals referred to the program. • Provide intensive case management, including home visits, meetings with other agencies, and advocacy for participants and their families. • Develop individual employment plans and assist participants in accessing public and private resources to meet goals outlined in the plan. • Complete all documentation and paperwork accurately and in a timely manner. • Maintain participant files and submit reporting forms and other data as required • Help participants develop and strengthen their self-esteem and work behaviors. QUALIFICATIONS: • B.A. degree in human services or related field is preferred. Global Career Development Certification preferred or ability to become certified. Bilingual preferred. • Three years experience in vocational/employment counseling, case management, vocational rehabilitation, supported work settings, community mental health, or chemical dependency services. • Working knowledge of available community resources providing services to low-income families. • Ability to assess barriers to employment, prepare written plans, and assist participants in attaining job goals.

How to apply
HOW TO APPLY: Please provide a letter of interest and resume highlighting your experiences and qualifications through our website at https://avivomn.org. If you have questions on your application, e-mail recruitment@avivomn.org.

Salary
$18.27/hour

Posted
01/13/2021

Expires
02/13/2021

Case Manager – Housing Supports - Red Lake Nation

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
POSITION SUMMARY: This case manager role will be working specifically with individuals experiencing long term homelessness and affiliated with Red Lake Nation. The Case Manager with the Housing Supports Program (Formerly GRH) serves single adults affiliated with Red Lake Nation, experiencing homelessness, in scattered site apartments in the community. The Case Manager will be responsible for housing search and landlord relations, as well as rule 79 Adult Mental Health Targeted Case Management and Housing Support program management. This program utilizes Housing First and Harm Reduction models to assist individuals who have experienced long-term homelessness to find and maintain housing. We will be hiring five new case managers for this critically important role. ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES: • Work closely with the Native American Community, Tribes, Hennepin County, and other formal and informal support systems, providing culturally relevant services to individuals from this community, experiencing homelessness • Conduct an initial assessment and develop an Individual Community Support Plan that will assist clients to address their needs, deficits, and goals. • Visit clients in their home as well as the community on a regular basis to check progress, provide support and monitor mental health functioning and medication effectiveness. • Refer clients to appropriate community resources and arrange transportation to appointments as needed. • Cultivate relationships with landlords willing to provide housing for participants and assist with administration of rental assistance. QUALIFICATIONS: • Bachelor’s Degree in behavioral sciences or related fields or Associate Degree with 4 years experience as case manager • Have at least 2,000 hours of supervised experience in the delivery of services to persons with serious mental illness.

How to apply
Please provide a letter of interest and resume highlighting your experiences and qualifications through our website at https://avivomn.org/about/careers. If you have questions on your application, e-mail recruitment@avivomn.org

Salary
$19.45 - $24.31 per hour

Posted
01/13/2021

Expires
02/13/2021

Group Facilitator / Float Counselor– LADC

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
POSITION SUMMARY: We’re looking for an experienced licensed professional who is a passionate advocate for recovery and reducing disparities. As a Group Facilitator - LADC Float you will be an integral part of our multi-disciplinary Outpatient Treatment Team and provide co-occurring and clinical treatment counseling to individuals in Avivo’s licensed 245G Outpatient treatment program. This individual is professional, has high standards of ethics, and is committed to a trauma-informed approach to care. The Group Facilitator / Float Counselor will conduct 245G treatment groups for individuals in Integrated Dual Diagnosis, and Family Outpatient Treatment at Avivo. This position will ensure all groups are conducted in compliance with 245G using planned curriculum. Work as part of the Intensive Outpatient Treatment Team. ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES: • Conduct treatment groups for both men and women. • Support FTE Caseloads when they are on PTO including all required individual sessions and paperwork that meets 245G requirements. • Ensure compliance with 245G and other program expectations. • Utilize Electronic Health Records - Procentive • Provide services that meet professional and ethical standards. • Attend all meetings and staffing as required. • Manage miscellaneous projects and QUALIFICATIONS: • A professional that is either: A) Dually Licensed: Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) and Licensed Mental Health Professional (LICSW, LP, LMFT, and LPCC). B) Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) or (ADC-T) • 2+ years of experience in a Behavioral Health setting helpful.

How to apply
Please provide a letter of interest and resume highlighting your experiences and qualifications through our website at https://avivomn.org. If you have questions on your application, e-mail recruitment@avivomn.org.

Salary
$22.47 - $28.09 per hour

Posted
01/13/2021

Expires
02/12/2021

Intelligence Analyst

Northeast MN | Full Time

Job Description
The Office of Special Investigations (OSI) handles sensitive matters concerning the overall security and safety of Direct Care & Treatment facilities, including personnel matters and the overall operations of the facilities in order to enhance the overall person – centered treatment environment. In this role, the Intelligence Analyst demonstrate excellent analytical and thinking skills to gather and analyze intelligence data to determine links and patterns between individuals, groups, events, locations, and items posing a threat to the safety, security, or orderly management of DCT facilities. Using the information gathered, the Intelligence Analyst shares the information with program and agency administrators in order to support the safety and security of clients, staff and the public. Minimum Qualifications: Two (2) years of professional experience collecting and analyzing data related to potential safety and security of client and/or program related risks that demonstrates the following: • Conducting fact finding research to compile and analyze data to develop written communication such as formal reports, memorandums and exhibits • Analyzing raw data and information from multiple unrelated sources to generate reports which track and present data which may be used in investigations and / or decision - making • Organizing, creating and maintaining data across multiple analytical software platforms including databases and intelligence gathering software such as Access, iBase, Analyst Notebook, and TransUnion TLO • Communicating with a broad array of agencies, administrations and stakeholders including facility clientele and internal/external personnel • Analyzing and presenting information to large groups to aid and enhance decision making Note: Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in data analytics, computer science, sociology, psychology, criminology or related field may substitute for 1 year of professional experience.

How to apply
www.mn.gov/careers; job ID 43328

Salary
$25.71 - $37.82/hourly; $53,682 - $78,968/annually

Posted
01/13/2021

Expires
01/20/2021

Program Director, 245G Family Residential Treatment

Twin Cities Metro |

Job Description
POSITION SUMMARY: Avivo is seeking a Program Director who is compassionate, collaborative, person-centered, and who believes in the triumph of the human spirit. The Program Director will lead a team that supports individuals and families on their road to recovery and freedom from substance use disorder. Critical to the leader’s success is a commitment to Avivo’s values of respect, excellence, accountability, innovation, diversity and inclusivity. We are committed to providing a caring, person-centered, and supportive experience in our co-occurring treatment program at Avivo’s Family Residential Treatment Program in Minneapolis. With empathy, compassion, dignity and respect, we focus on supporting individuals and families to overcome challenges related to their recovery, finding their true north and setting them on the path to living their best lives. Our foundational belief is that adressing substance use disorder, mental health, and other underlying issues simultaneously increases success. The Program Director will oversee the clinical operations and quality of the residential co-occurring treatment program, supporting both current activities and projected growth. The Program Director will provide some direct group and individual clinical services. Schedule: Monday –Friday (8:00 -4:30) with the ability to work a flexible schedule that may include working evenings, early mornings, or weekends. QUALIFICATIONS: • This position requires a professional that is: A. Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) B. Eligible to practice and /or supervise chemical health services in compliance with MN Statutes 9530 (245G) & MN Board of Behavioral Health & Therapy. • Dual Licensure preferred: Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) and Licensed Mental Health Professional (LICSW, LMFT, LPCC). • Must be licensed and in compliance with the appropriate licensure board.

How to apply
HOW TO APPLY: Please visit our website to submit your application and resume highlighting your experiences and qualifications through our website at https://avivomn.org. If you have questions on your application, e-mail recruitment@avivomn.org

Salary
$62,422 – $78,028 per year, DOQ

Posted
01/13/2021

Expires
02/12/2021

Senior Department Administrator - Child Support

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
Hennepin County Human Services is seeking a key leader to be a part of the department's leadership team to provide strategic direction for Human Services by overseeing all management of Child Support Services. This senior leadership position will work with other Senior Department Administrators and Human Service directors to maintain and strategically advance the organization in achieving successful outcomes of safety, stability, self-sufficiency, and well-being. Location and hours: This position is currently being performed remotely due to COVID-19. Once COVID-19 precautions are lifted, this position will primarily be based at the Government Center located at 300 South Sixth Street, Minneapolis, MN 55487. This position has a primary schedule of Monday-Friday, days, with flexibility to respond to business needs. About the position type: This position is a full-time, benefit earning position.

How to apply
Submit applications to https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/hennepin/jobs/2943468/senior-department-administrator-child-support

Salary
$91,119.54 - $144,595.62 Annually

Posted
01/13/2021

Expires
02/01/2021

Social Worker

Southeast MN | Full Time

Job Description
Position supports the MCHS-Mankato Emergency Department as well as the SWMN/SEMN Emergency Department Social Work Tele-Health Program. Under the supervision of a social worker who meets state required standards, provides psychotherapy, counseling, and other services in collaboration with multidisciplinary teams. The social worker may also coordinate patient discharge planning, complies with required standards for medical/legal responsibilities, and serves as a resource to other allied and administrative staff within the Section of Social Work. Qualifications An MSW degree is required from an accredited Masters of Social Work Program. Additional qualifications Must have an advanced knowledge of categories in mental illness, personality development, knowledge of the types of psychiatric treatment, and skills in conducting individual, group, and family therapy. Must have knowledge in adjustment to medical diagnosis and chronic disease. Strong human relation skills are needed to interact with patients, patient’s family members, consultants, residents, hospital personnel, community agencies, and other resources. Must also have psychosocial diagnostic skills and the ability to communicate effectively in both verbal and written form. License or certification Licensure by applicable state requirements. Minnesota: Licensure at the Licensed Graduate Social Work (LGSW) or Licensed Independent Clinical Social Work (LICSW) level from the Minnesota Board of Social Work (MNBOSW) is required. LGSW/LICSW personnel, following 4000 hours of clinically supervised practice are eligible to apply for licensure at the LICSW level, and must do so by 8000 hours. A condition of employment at the LGSW level shall be the ability to practice clinically through a MNBOSW approved Clinical Supervision Plan leading to LICSW attainment. Valid driver’s license required for specific areas.

How to apply
https://jobs.mayoclinic.org/jobs/social-worker-msw-mk-138440br

Salary
Education, experience and tenure may be considered

Posted
01/13/2021

Expires
02/28/2021

Case Manager - Collaboration of Housing Resources

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
POSITION SUMMARY: The Housing Case Manager with the Collaboration of Housing Resources (COHR) Team serves single adults experiencing long-term homelessness, in scattered site apartments in the community. This position will be responsible for housing search and landlord relations, as well as rule 79 Adult Mental Health Targeted Case Management and subsidy management. This team utilizes Housing First and Harm Reduction models to assist individuals who have experienced long-term homelessness to find and maintain housing. Bilingual Spanish Speakers encouraged to apply! ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES: • Conduct an initial assessment and develop an Individual Community Support Plan that will assist clients to address their needs, deficits, and goals. • Visit clients in their home as well as the community on a regular basis to check progress, provide support and monitor mental health functioning and medication effectiveness. • Refer clients to appropriate community resources and arrange transportation to appointments as needed. • Cultivate relationships with landlords willing to provide housing for participants and assist with administration of rental assistance. • Communicate with case management team members, community professionals, and other service providers to ensure that services for client are coordinated. • Maintain client files and program records, court reports, and complete reports as required. QUALIFICATION • Bachelor’s Degree in behavioral sciences or related fields, including but not limited to social work or psychology from an accredited college or university; or Associate Degree with four years experience as case manager associate. Master’s degree preferred. • Have at least 2,000 hours of supervised experience in the delivery of services to persons with serious mental illness. • Working knowledge of Harm Reduction and Housing First. • Experience working with individuals experiencing homelessness.

How to apply
Please provide a letter of interest and resume highlighting your experiences and qualifications through our website at https://avivomn.org. If you have questions on your application, e-mail recruitment@avivomn.org.

Salary
$19.45 - $24.31 per hour, DOQ

Posted
01/12/2021

Expires
02/12/2021

Full Time Social Worker-Intake

Southwest MN | Full Time

Job Description
. Provide intake services at point of entry to consumers seeking all social services of agency. May include crisis assistance, service requests or information and referral. BA Degree OR MA degree in Human Services field acceptable to Merit System for the County Agency Social Worker position and two years exp in Human Services or similar job experience. View a complete job description at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/brownmn.

How to apply
Submit a Minnesota Merit System Application directly online to MN Merit System @ http://agency.governmentjobs.com/mnmeritsystem. ALSO Submit a Brown County application online at www.co.brown.mn.us/employment. Phone (507) 233-6605, EO/AAE. Receipt of applications closes at 4:30 PM on January 25, 2021.

Salary
$26.67 - $31.13, DOQ

Posted
01/12/2021

Expires
01/25/2021