Bay Cove Human Services Has Openings for Multiple Positions

MHSA member agency Bay Cove Human Services is seeking applicants for multiple positions.

The Program Coordinator-MHSA, YMCA communicates and coordinates all aspects of the program in conjunction with the Massachusetts Housing & Shelter Alliance and the Management of the YMCA. This position also coordinates referrals from emergency shelters, primarily Pine Street Inn Completing assessments and individual service plans; meets with guests a minimum of once weekly, or as often as needed; and coordinates services for guests with other agencies.

The Clinical Director plans, organizes and carries out general clinical management duties on the unit; orients, instructs and supervises clinical staff; and reviews and interprets work performance of clinical staff against accepted standards and job descriptions. This position also reviews and evaluates patients’ clinical records including treatment plans, counseling and case management progress notes, psychosocial assessments and signed consent forms; assures that patients have a clean, comfortable and safe environment; evaluates and assesses social, psychological and motivational needs of the patient; makes independent decisions regarding counseling and case management practice; evaluates emergencies to determine emergency measures necessary, keep program director notified and complete incident reports; and performs duties of clinical line staff as needed.

The Program Coordinator-Congregate Housing provides onsite case coordination to nine male residents living in a congregate housing setting. The coordinator will recruit applicants, establish individual service plans, and maintain a sense of community within the congregate setting. The coordinator will also develop and plan social activities and programs; manage crisis and emergencies as needed; collaborate with property management company; and maintain records and statistics required by agency and funding sources.

The Clinician-CBFS provides initial intake assessment for individuals newly assigned to the Team Provides clinical assessments for all individuals assigned to the Team Provides individual and group treatment on an as needed basis Develops and writes the ACA for all clients on the team Assists in development of Individual Action Plan (IAP) for designated individuals according to Bay Cove Human Services, CARF, Medicaid Rehab Option, and Dept. of Mental Health licensing regulations Assists with case coordination of designated individuals. This individual also provides clinical training individually or in groups for staff as needed Provides crisis assessment, planning, and treatment for individual clients as needed at the request of the FTL or ATL; carries a reduced caseload as assigned by the FTL; and other responsibilities as assigned by the supervisor.

The Clinician-Day Treatment participates in multi-disciplinary treatment team meetings as scheduled throughout the week; prepares, leads and participates in groups and activities during program hours; conducts intake interviews and evaluations of new clients as assigned; and meets with clients regularly to help facilitate their use of the program. This individual also notifies and coordinates back up resources in times of crisis, based on treatment team's decision; develops basic treatment plans for assigned caseload and present plan to entire treatment team within five days of client's admission to the program; obtains relevant records and information from other involved agencies and individuals needed to assist a client's use of the program. Other responsibilities include contacting families and significant others who are currently involved with the program, based on treatment team's decision; conveying pertinent information about clients in daily wrap-up and weekly treatment planning meetings; and completing documentation necessary for requested information.

The Licensed Clinician-BEST communicates with client, family and collateral providers to increase supports and address emergent conflicts in the community; refers and facilitates clients' engagement in diversionary, community based supports; secures inpatient and detox admissions as needed; and provides assessments in local E.D.'s at the Urgent Care Center, schools and homes.

The Program Coordinator-Center Club assumes primary responsibility for, and oversight of all Membership Services activities in the Membership Services and Education Unit, including facilitating work of the unit and managing both short- and long-term planning of Unit projects; works with assigned members on goal planning including completing Action Plans, Service Notes and other documentation as required by the program and the Department of Mental Health; reviews assigned members’ records as needed, minimally once per year; and enters data and review progress in accordance with outcome reporting requirements and quarterly audits. Other responsibilities include assisting in orienting new members to the program, as assigned by the Intake Coordinator; maintaining contact with members’ providers as needed; providing vocational support and career counseling; assisting members in accessing community resources; providing outreach services to Club members; and driving the agency van.

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