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Friends in Action Clubhouse seeks PRN Driver  Position based in Farmington, MO

Friends in Action Clubhouse is hiring a PRN driver.

Our membership is growing and we need dedicated staff to join our team.

Responsibilities include transporting members to/from Clubhouse.

Flexible schedule of 20-22 hours a week, M-W-F 11:30-1PM and daily M-F 3:30-6:30PM.

Interested parties, please email your resume to diane.lake@bjc.org.

Requirements:  Class E license

Magnolia Clubhouse seeks Mental Health Professional with Vocational Rehabilitation Experience  Position based in Cleveland, OH

Do you believe your passion is helping adults with mental illness live and work in the community with dignity? Are you flexible and open to experiencing new challenges on a daily basis? If you’d prefer the people you work with to be the anchor of your day rather than a desk, we’d love to meet you.

Magnolia Clubhouse seeks a high energy candidate with both adult mental health and vocational rehabilitation experience to join our holistic Clubhouse community.  Job duties include engaging members in the operation of the Clubhouse, supporting members with employment and educational pursuits, community integration, advocacy, and social activities.  Candidates must be able to effectively build therapeutic relationships with members and work collaboratively on these and other duties. Work hours sometimes includes  evenings and weekends.

Ideally, the candidate has experience with job development, job training and working with OOD (Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities) and other VR programs.

Magnolia Clubhouse is a unique, dynamic environment which truly functions as a community, and a team.  The ideal candidate will be a self-starter who can appreciate and thrive in a flexible, people-focused workspace with a spirit of improvisation. Candidates must demonstrate an excellent ability to multitask and work in partnership with Clubhouse members and staff, possess strong leadership and computer skills, a driver’s license, and an excellent driving record.

Preferred qualifications:  Licensed Social Worker with experience in both Mental Health and Vocational Rehabilitation.

Minimum: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related human service field. 

Applicants should submit a letter of interest and resume to Paula Feher, Human Resources, outlining their understanding of the Clubhouse model and how they believe their experience and skills will complement the overall Clubhouse community. Applications without a cover letter will not be read. Send to recruitment@magnoliaclubhouse.org

For additional information on Magnolia Clubhouse: www.magnoliaclubhouse.org

The Carriage House seeks Staff  Position based in Ft. Wayne, IN

The Carriage House Job Opportunity

The Carriage House, recognized as a leader by Clubhouse International, is seeking a dedicated, fun and energetic person to join our community.  We provide non-traditional psycho-social rehabilitation for adults with serious mental illnesses in a unique day program.

Job Duties Include:

•Engaging clubhouse members in daily work activities to build self-esteem and social skills.

•Assisting members to become more independent in the community through vibrant employment, education and browsing programs.

•Helping to make clubhouse activities accessible, systematic and interesting for members.

Minimum job qualification is an associate degree (preferably) in a mental health field or bachelors degree.  Ideal candidates will have additional experiences in advocacy, the humanities, sociology, communication or other alternative backgrounds.

If you have an interest in helping to improve the lives of people recovering from mental illness and are interested in this very unique community experience, please visit our website at fortwayneclubhouse.org or email Andy Wilson at awilson@fortwayneclubhouse.org

        

Fort Bend Clubhouse seeks Executive Director  Position based in Richmond, TX

The Fort Bend Clubhouse is looking for an energetic, proactive Executive Director (ED) knowledgeable about the Clubhouse Model in order to manage and grow the daily operations, and to ensure that the Clubhouse is a viable, ongoing entity.  The Fort Bend Clubhouse is a 501c3 non-profit operation that provides a work-centered day for those with a mental health diagnosis.  The Clubhouse does not charge for its services, but rather depends upon grants from philanthropic organizations to fund its operation.  As such, successful grant writing is a necessary requirement for the ED. 

The Fort Bend Clubhouse is a rather new organization, having been started in January of 2017.  The Clubhouse is located in Richmond, Texas at the Brazos Bend Villas.  The Clubhouse currently meets three days per week, but it is anticipated that it will meet five days per week when the membership numbers justify expanding service to five days.  Initially, the only paid position will be the ED, but as the membership grows, paid staff will be required.  It will be the responsibility of the ED, in partnership with the Board of Directors to solicit and obtain adequate grant monies to pay all salaries.  Fortunately, Fort Bend County has many private and public companies that have foundations that fund philanthropic organizations. 

It is anticipated that the ED will have extensive experience in social services, preferably in mental health. The ED will be responsible for the entire operation of the FB Clubhouse, and for ensuring that the International Standards for Clubhouse Programs set forth by Clubhouse International are followed.  There are currently approximately 320 Clubhouses worldwide in 34 countries.  There are currently two accredited Clubhouses in Houston, but none in Fort Bend County.

The attributes that we are looking for include:

  • Good organizational skills
  • Good social skills appropriate for working with those with a mental health diagnosis
  • Proven leadership skills
  • Good writing ability- proven grant writing is a plus
  • Flexibility
  • Ability to make group presentations
  • Ability to collaborate with other non-profit and also government organizations 
  • Ability to oversee and meet budget
  • Experience working in the Clubhouse Model or a willingness to attend Comprehensive Clubhouse Training at a certified Training Base

The ED will report to the Board of Directors of Fort Bend Clubhouse, and will be responsible for the hiring, supervision and management of Clubhouse employees and the recruitment of eligible Clubhouse members from the community.  The ED will also be responsible for fund development, creating and administering the budget, public relations, and publicly representing the Clubhouse mission to the community and government officials.  The ED must be willing to work long and varied hours, and to work with many kinds of people with varied personalities and interests.   

To apply, send resume and letter of interest to Pat Sumner at psumner1@comcast.net

 

Magnolia Clubhouse seeks Mental Health Professional with Vocational Rehabilitation Experience  Position based in Cleveland, OH

Do you believe your passion is helping adults with mental illness live and work in the community with dignity? Are you flexible and open to experiencing new challenges on a daily basis? If you’d prefer the people you work with to be the anchor of your day rather than a desk, we’d love to meet you.

Magnolia Clubhouse seeks a high energy candidate with both adult mental health and vocational rehabilitation experience to join our holistic Clubhouse community.  Job duties include engaging members in the operation of the Clubhouse, supporting members with employment and educational pursuits, community integration, advocacy, and social activities.  Candidates must be able to effectively build therapeutic relationships with members and work collaboratively on these and other duties. Work hours sometimes includes  evenings and weekends.

Ideally, the candidate has experience with job development, job training and working with OOD (Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities) and other VR programs.

Magnolia Clubhouse is a unique, dynamic environment which truly functions as a community, and a team.  The ideal candidate will be a self-starter who can appreciate and thrive in a flexible, people-focused workspace with a spirit of improvisation. Candidates must demonstrate an excellent ability to multitask and work in partnership with Clubhouse members and staff, possess strong leadership and computer skills, a driver’s license, and an excellent driving record.

Preferred qualifications:  Licensed Social Worker with experience in both Mental Health and Vocational Rehabilitation.

Minimum: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related human service field. 

Applicants should submit a letter of interest and resume to Paula Feher, Human Resources, outlining their understanding of the Clubhouse model and how they believe their experience and skills will complement the overall Clubhouse community. Applications without a cover letter will not be read. Send to recruitment@magnoliaclubhouse.org

 

For additional information on Magnolia Clubhouse: www.magnoliaclubhouse.org

 

 

            

Alliance House seeks Executive Director  Position based in Salt Lake City, UT

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ALLIANCE HOUSE

About Alliance House: A non-profit organization based in Salt Lake City, Alliance House is a psycho-social rehabilitation program where adults who suffer from serious or persistent mental illness (SPMI) can rebuild their confidence, self-respect, dignity, purpose and abilities through education, productive work, and meaningful relationships. Inspired by the “clubhouse” model established by Clubhouse International (www.clubhouse-intl.org), our founders opened Alliance House in 1987 in response to the devastating impact serious mental illness was having on their children. The individuals the clubhouse model serves are referred to as members because they operate all functions of the clubhouse in partnership with staff, especially its programs that help members find employment, education and housing.

Description: The Executive Director is responsible for the successful leadership and management of Alliance House, which includes the oversight of staff administration, organizational programs, financial management, fundraising, and community outreach. In addition, the Director works in conjunction with the Alliance House Board of Directors to develop and execute the organization’s strategic plan to ensure the short and long-term viability of the organization.  This position reports directly to the Board of Directors.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited organization.
  • Minimum of 5 years relevant professional experience preferably with staff oversight role in the non-profit sector.
  • Strong skills in Microsoft Office with ability to create documents, presentations and analyze spreadsheets.

Preferred

  • LCSW, CRC or similar.
  • Experience as a Clubhouse Director or manager, or in managing a non-profit human services organization.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

The Executive Director performs some or all of the following:

  • Responsible for leading the agency in a manner that supports and guides the organization’s mission.
  • Responsible for communicating effectively with the Board of Directors by providing all information necessary for the board to make informed decisions, including internal and external issues that affect the organization.
  • Responsible for growing clubhouse membership and expanding clubhouse employment and other programs to support the increased membership.
  • Responsible for the financial management and solvency of the organization, including insurance billing and fundraising
  • Ensure Alliance House maintains Clubhouse International accreditation by complying with its 37 clubhouse standards.
  • Foster effective teamwork between the Board and the Executive Director and between the Executive Director and staff and members.
  • Ensure that Alliance House maintains its position as a respected and sought-after training base for other clubhouses.

Operational Planning and Program Management

  • Oversee the planning, implementation and evaluation of the organization’s programs and services.
  • Housing Program Management: Oversite of facilities to ensure licensing requirements are met, maintenance needs addressed and compliance with city, state and federal housing regulations.
  • Clinical Program Management:  Oversee compliance of continuing education requirements to ensure all staff hold and maintain appropriate professional credentials.
  • Set program performance standards to ensure a comprehensive, coordinated and integrated Clubhouse delivery system.
  • Direct and monitor documentation of clinical services as required by Medicaid and other funders, the development and maintenance of all member treatment plans, safeguarding of client data, billing procedures and ensure compliance with local, state and federal regulatory requirements.
  • Risk Management: Identify and evaluate the risks to the organization’s people (members, staff, management and volunteers), property, finances, goodwill and image and implement measures to control risks.
  • Develop an operational plan which incorporates the goals and objectives identified in the strategic plan and meets expectations of the Board of Directors and funders.
  • Draft policies for approval of the Board and prepare procedures to implement policies.  Review existing policies on an annual basis and recommend changes to the Board as needed.
  • Determine appropriate staffing requirements for organization management and program delivery.
  • Ensure a performance management and professional development process is in place for all staff which includes; goal setting, managing performance on an on-going basis, conducting performance reviews, discipline and terminate staff when necessary.

Financial Planning and Management

  • Responsible for the fiscal integrity of the organization, the including submission to the Board of a proposed annual budget and monthly financial statements which accurately reflect the financial condition of the organization.
  • Knowledge of fundraising strategies and donor relationships unique to the non-profit sector. 
  • Proven track record of fundraising, identifying fundraising sources. Oversee the development of fundraising plans and written proposals to increase funds of the organization.
  • Responsible for the successful submission of claims through Medicaid and other agencies and insurance providers
  • Provide oversight of all clubhouse expenditures and maintain discipline across the organization in managing approved budgets.
  • Responsible to continually seek appropriate new funding sources with state, federal, local and private sources.

Community Relations/Advocacy

  • Identify potential partners in the community and build positive working relationships that support greater understanding of the role of Alliance House and how it can support community-wide priorities.
  • Strong public speaking ability.  Responsible for the enhancement of the organization’s image by being active and visible in the community.  Attend community activities and work closely with other professional, civic and private organizations.

Demonstrate Skills in the Following:

  • Adaptability: Demonstrate a willingness to be flexible and tolerant in a changing work environment.  Ability to oversee and collaborate with staff and members.
  • Meeting Facilitation: Ability to effectively facilitate, delegate assignments, and manage meetings focused on desired outputs and accountabilities.
  • Lead: Positively influence others to achieve the results that are in the best interest of the organization.
  • Communicate Effectively: Speak, listen and write in a clear, thorough and timely manner.
  • Foster Teamwork:  Work cooperatively and effectively with others to set goals, resolve problems, and make decisions that enhance the organization’s effectiveness and the effectiveness of all team members.
  • Build Relationships: Establish and maintain positive working relationships with others, both internally and externally, to achieve the goals of the organization.
  • Make Decisions:  Assess situations to determine importance, urgency and risks, and make clear decisions which are timely and in the best interest of the organization.
  • Organizational Skills:  Set priorities, including planning, delegating and program development.
  • Budget management:  Budget preparation, analysis.
  • Solve Problems: Assess problem situations to identify causes and make recommendations to resolve the problem.
  • Think Strategically: Assess options and actions based on trends and conditions in the environment and the vision and values of the organization.

Responsible for other duties/projects as assigned by the Board of Directors

You can apply by going to https://www.ziprecruiter.com/job/d390f240?source=share-email

Please provide a cover letter and three letters of recommendation.

 

 

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ALLIANCE HOUSE

About Alliance House: A non-profit organization based in Salt Lake City, Alliance House is a psycho-social rehabilitation program where adults who suffer from serious or persistent mental illness (SPMI) can rebuild their confidence, self-respect, dignity, purpose and abilities through education, productive work, and meaningful relationships.Inspired by the “clubhouse” model established by Clubhouse International (www.clubhouse-intl.org), our founders opened Alliance House in 1987 in response to the devastating impact serious mental illness was having on their children. The individuals the clubhouse model serves are referred to as members because they operate all functions of the clubhouse in partnership with staff, especially its programs that help members find employment, education and housing.

Description: The Executive Director is responsible for the successful leadership and management of Alliance House, which includes the oversight of staff administration, organizational programs, financial management, fundraising, and community outreach. In addition, the Director works in conjunction with the Alliance House Board of Directors to develop and execute the organization’s strategic plan to ensure the short and long-term viability of the organization.  This position reports directly to the Board of Directors.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited organization.
  • Minimum of 5 years relevant professional experience preferably with staff oversight role in the non-profit sector.
  • Strong skills in Microsoft Office with ability to create documents, presentations and analyze spreadsheets.

Preferred

  • LCSW, CRC or similar.
  • Experience as a Clubhouse Director or manager, or in managing a non-profit human services organization.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

The Executive Director performs some or all of the following:

  • Responsible for leading the agency in a manner that supports and guides the organization’s mission.
  • Responsible for communicating effectively with the Board of Directors by providing all information necessary for the board to make informed decisions, including internal and external issues that affect the organization.
  • Responsible for growing clubhouse membership and expanding clubhouse employment and other programs to support the increased membership.
  • Responsible for the financial management and solvency of the organization, including insurance billing and fundraising
  • Ensure Alliance House maintains Clubhouse International accreditation by complying with its 37 clubhouse standards.
  • Foster effective teamwork between the Board and the Executive Director and between the Executive Director and staff and members.
  • Ensure that Alliance House maintains its position as a respected and sought-after training base for other clubhouses.

Operational Planning and Program Management

  • Oversee the planning, implementation and evaluation of the organization’s programs and services.
  • Housing Program Management: Oversite of facilities to ensure licensing requirements are met, maintenance needs addressed and compliance with city, state and federal housing regulations.
  • Clinical Program Management:  Oversee compliance of continuing education requirements to ensure all staff hold and maintain appropriate professional credentials.
  • Set program performance standards to ensure a comprehensive, coordinated and integrated Clubhouse delivery system.
  • Direct and monitor documentation of clinical services as required by Medicaid and other funders, the development and maintenance of all member treatment plans, safeguarding of client data, billing procedures and ensure compliance with local, state and federal regulatory requirements.
  • Risk Management: Identify and evaluate the risks to the organization’s people (members, staff, management and volunteers), property, finances, goodwill and image and implement measures to control risks.
  • Develop an operational plan which incorporates the goals and objectives identified in the strategic plan and meets expectations of the Board of Directors and funders.
  • Draft policies for approval of the Board and prepare procedures to implement policies.  Review existing policies on an annual basis and recommend changes to the Board as needed.
  • Determine appropriate staffing requirements for organization management and program delivery.
  • Ensure a performance management and professional development process is in place for all staff which includes; goal setting, managing performance on an on-going basis, conducting performance reviews, discipline and terminate staff when necessary.

Financial Planning and Management

  • Responsible for the fiscal integrity of the organization, the including submission to the Board of a proposed annual budget and monthly financial statements which accurately reflect the financial condition of the organization.
  • Knowledge of fundraising strategies and donor relationships unique to the non-profit sector. 
  • Proven track record of fundraising, identifying fundraising sources. Oversee the development of fundraising plans and written proposals to increase funds of the organization.
  • Responsible for the successful submission of claims through Medicaid and other agencies and insurance providers
  • Provide oversight of all clubhouse expenditures and maintain discipline across the organization in managing approved budgets.
  • Responsible to continually seek appropriate new funding sources with state, federal, local and private sources.

Community Relations/Advocacy

  • Identify potential partners in the community and build positive working relationships that support greater understanding of the role of Alliance House and how it can support community-wide priorities.
  • Strong public speaking ability.  Responsible for the enhancement of the organization’s image by being active and visible in the community.  Attend community activities and work closely with other professional, civic and private organizations.

Demonstrate Skills in the Following:

  • Adaptability: Demonstrate a willingness to be flexible and tolerant in a changing work environment.  Ability to oversee and collaborate with staff and members.
  • Meeting Facilitation: Ability to effectively facilitate, delegate assignments, and manage meetings focused on desired outputs and accountabilities.
  • Lead: Positively influence others to achieve the results that are in the best interest of the organization.
  • Communicate Effectively: Speak, listen and write in a clear, thorough and timely manner.
  • Foster Teamwork:  Work cooperatively and effectively with others to set goals, resolve problems, and make decisions that enhance the organization’s effectiveness and the effectiveness of all team members.
  • Build Relationships: Establish and maintain positive working relationships with others, both internally and externally, to achieve the goals of the organization.
  • Make Decisions:  Assess situations to determine importance, urgency and risks, and make clear decisions which are timely and in the best interest of the organization.
  • Organizational Skills:  Set priorities, including planning, delegating and program development.
  • Budget management:  Budget preparation, analysis.
  • Solve Problems: Assess problem situations to identify causes and make recommendations to resolve the problem.
  • Think Strategically: Assess options and actions based on trends and conditions in the environment and the vision and values of the organization.

Responsible for other duties/projects as assigned by the Board of Directors

 

You can apply by going to https://www.ziprecruiter.com/job/d390f240?source=share-email

 

Please provide a cover letter and three letters of recommendation.

 

 

 

 

XECUTIVE DIRECTOR ALLIANCE HOUSE

About Alliance House: A non-profit organization based in Salt Lake City, Alliance House is a psycho-social rehabilitation program where adults who suffer from serious or persistent mental illness (SPMI) can rebuild their confidence, self-respect, dignity, purpose and abilities through education, productive work, and meaningful relationships.Inspired by the “clubhouse” model established by Clubhouse International (www.clubhouse-intl.org), our founders opened Alliance House in 1987 in response to the devastating impact serious mental illness was having on their children. The individuals the clubhouse model serves are referred to as members because they operate all functions of the clubhouse in partnership with staff, especially its programs that help members find employment, education and housing.

Description: The Executive Director is responsible for the successful leadership and management of Alliance House, which includes the oversight of staff administration, organizational programs, financial management, fundraising, and community outreach. In addition, the Director works in conjunction with the Alliance House Board of Directors to develop and execute the organization’s strategic plan to ensure the short and long-term viability of the organization.  This position reports directly to the Board of Directors.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited organization.
  • Minimum of 5 years relevant professional experience preferably with staff oversight role in the non-profit sector.
  • Strong skills in Microsoft Office with ability to create documents, presentations and analyze spreadsheets.

Preferred

  • LCSW, CRC or similar.
  • Experience as a Clubhouse Director or manager, or in managing a non-profit human services organization.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

The Executive Director performs some or all of the following:

  • Responsible for leading the agency in a manner that supports and guides the organization’s mission.
  • Responsible for communicating effectively with the Board of Directors by providing all information necessary for the board to make informed decisions, including internal and external issues that affect the organization.
  • Responsible for growing clubhouse membership and expanding clubhouse employment and other programs to support the increased membership.
  • Responsible for the financial management and solvency of the organization, including insurance billing and fundraising
  • Ensure Alliance House maintains Clubhouse International accreditation by complying with its 37 clubhouse standards.
  • Foster effective teamwork between the Board and the Executive Director and between the Executive Director and staff and members.
  • Ensure that Alliance House maintains its position as a respected and sought-after training base for other clubhouses.

Operational Planning and Program Management

  • Oversee the planning, implementation and evaluation of the organization’s programs and services.
  • Housing Program Management: Oversite of facilities to ensure licensing requirements are met, maintenance needs addressed and compliance with city, state and federal housing regulations.
  • Clinical Program Management:  Oversee compliance of continuing education requirements to ensure all staff hold and maintain appropriate professional credentials.
  • Set program performance standards to ensure a comprehensive, coordinated and integrated Clubhouse delivery system.
  • Direct and monitor documentation of clinical services as required by Medicaid and other funders, the development and maintenance of all member treatment plans, safeguarding of client data, billing procedures and ensure compliance with local, state and federal regulatory requirements.
  • Risk Management: Identify and evaluate the risks to the organization’s people (members, staff, management and volunteers), property, finances, goodwill and image and implement measures to control risks.
  • Develop an operational plan which incorporates the goals and objectives identified in the strategic plan and meets expectations of the Board of Directors and funders.
  • Draft policies for approval of the Board and prepare procedures to implement policies.  Review existing policies on an annual basis and recommend changes to the Board as needed.
  • Determine appropriate staffing requirements for organization management and program delivery.
  • Ensure a performance management and professional development process is in place for all staff which includes; goal setting, managing performance on an on-going basis, conducting performance reviews, discipline and terminate staff when necessary.

Financial Planning and Management

  • Responsible for the fiscal integrity of the organization, the including submission to the Board of a proposed annual budget and monthly financial statements which accurately reflect the financial condition of the organization.
  • Knowledge of fundraising strategies and donor relationships unique to the non-profit sector. 
  • Proven track record of fundraising, identifying fundraising sources. Oversee the development of fundraising plans and written proposals to increase funds of the organization.
  • Responsible for the successful submission of claims through Medicaid and other agencies and insurance providers
  • Provide oversight of all clubhouse expenditures and maintain discipline across the organization in managing approved budgets.
  • Responsible to continually seek appropriate new funding sources with state, federal, local and private sources.

Community Relations/Advocacy

  • Identify potential partners in the community and build positive working relationships that support greater understanding of the role of Alliance House and how it can support community-wide priorities.
  • Strong public speaking ability.  Responsible for the enhancement of the organization’s image by being active and visible in the community.  Attend community activities and work closely with other professional, civic and private organizations.

Demonstrate Skills in the Following:

  • Adaptability: Demonstrate a willingness to be flexible and tolerant in a changing work environment.  Ability to oversee and collaborate with staff and members.
  • Meeting Facilitation: Ability to effectively facilitate, delegate assignments, and manage meetings focused on desired outputs and accountabilities.
  • Lead: Positively influence others to achieve the results that are in the best interest of the organization.
  • Communicate Effectively: Speak, listen and write in a clear, thorough and timely manner.
  • Foster Teamwork:  Work cooperatively and effectively with others to set goals, resolve problems, and make decisions that enhance the organization’s effectiveness and the effectiveness of all team members.
  • Build Relationships: Establish and maintain positive working relationships with others, both internally and externally, to achieve the goals of the organization.
  • Make Decisions:  Assess situations to determine importance, urgency and risks, and make clear decisions which are timely and in the best interest of the organization.
  • Organizational Skills:  Set priorities, including planning, delegating and program development.
  • Budget management:  Budget preparation, analysis.
  • Solve Problems: Assess problem situations to identify causes and make recommendations to resolve the problem.
  • Think Strategically: Assess options and actions based on trends and conditions in the environment and the vision and values of the organization.

Responsible for other duties/projects as assigned by the Board of Directors

 

You can apply by going to https://www.ziprecruiter.com/job/d390f240?source=share-email

 

Please provide a cover letter and three letters of recommendation.

 

 

Austin Clubhouse seeks Program Staff  Position based in Austin, TX

Job Opening: Program Staff
Type: Entry-level, Full-time, Non-Exempt

Austin Clubhouse:
Austin Clubhouse is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, established in 2010 in the heart of Austin, Texas, providing evidence-based, direct psycho-social rehabilitation services to adults with mental health diagnoses by providing a welcoming, recovery-oriented community in which all people living with a mental health diagnosis can achieve their highest potential.

Position Summary:
Under the direction of the Program Director, Program Staff are responsible for leading and engaging members (consumers) of the Clubhouse in structured unit work and activity to support the tasks of the Work-Ordered Day (WOD) and operations of the Clubhouse. Central to this role is the ability to adapt to a variety of environmental and people-centered challenges, by providing support and solutions; maintaining a positive and service-oriented attitude; and the organization of your daily work including but not limited to: data entry, filing, communications, reporting, community relations, office work, cleaning,evenings/weekends/holidays,and the support of organizational events and socials.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Lead and engage members in structured unit work to support the tasks of the Work-Ordered

    Day(WOD)and operations of the Clubhouse.

    1. Lead welcoming and informational AM/PM Clubhouse meetings and unit work signup

    2. Train and work side-by-side with members in the tasks of the work in the units

    3. Provide member support in the areas of education,employment,housing,benefits and

      personal goals

    4. Maintain and support an assigned active member list by providing care,reach out and

      communications to members on your list

    5. Analyze work and break it down into smaller pieces to make it more accessible/visible

  2. Maintain enthusiasm,support and belief in the Clubhouse model and 37 international standards;while educating members and stakeholders in those standards

  3. Lead and support the New Member On-boarding Process(tours,application review,orientation, and engagement in WOD)

  4. Actively promotes the development of members’ goals regarding Clubhouse participation, employment,education,social activities and engagement with the larger Austin community.

  5. Job knowledge and cross training for all units (Kitchen,Wellness,Business and Administration).

  6. Participates in developing and maintaining appropriate linkages with other community mental health agencies,programs and services,as needed.Takes initiative on new ideas and projects.

  7. Maintains strong communication at all levels of Clubhouse operations.

  8. Participates in social and recreational activities,including evening,weekend and holiday hours.

9. Prepares and submits paperwork (reports,etc.),in consistent and timely manner with member input and assistance.

10. Provides placement and job coverage on1-2 Transitional Employment job positions.
11. Performs 
other related duties as requested by the Program Director and Executive Director.

Education and Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Services field or equivalent work experience.

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.

  • Strong computer skills.Sales force experience plus.

  • Strong work ethic with customer-service attitude.

  • Ability to provide guidance and support Clubhouse members.

  • Ability to work as team member in the overall unit and Clubhouse operations.

  • Ability to provide vocational,social,wellness and housing supports to Clubhouse members.

  • Ability to coordinate/manage vocational unit work.

  • Ability to implement Clubhouse standards,philosophy,and principles.

  • Maintains professional,positive and enthusiastic work environment.

  • passion and interest in the field of mental health

    Salary:

    Competitive,hourly rate commensurate with experience.Health,dental and vision benefits with paid vacation,sick and personal time.

    Application Instructions:

  • Please send a cover letter,resume and salary expectations to John-Michael Krakoski,Program

    Director at:john@austinclubhouse.org or mail to Austin Clubhouse,610E.45th Street,Austin,

    Texas,78751.No phone calls,please.

  • Deadline for submission:Friday,November3,2017 at 5:00p.m. 

Pioneer Clubhouse seeks Recovery Support Worker  Position based in Balgowlah, New South Wales, AUS
 
 

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Position Title

Recovery Support Worker

Service Unit/Department

Pioneer Clubhouse

Role Reports To

Operations Coordinator, Pioneer Clubhouse

Location

Balgowlah

Hours

Full time and part time

Tenure

Contracted position

Salary

SCHADS Level 4, Pay point depending on experience - enhanced by salary packaging

 

 

Our Mission

 

One Door Mental Health is committed to improving the circumstances and welfare of people with a serious mental illness, their relatives and carers, and professionals working in the area.

 

 

Position Overview

 

Pioneer Clubhouse is a service of One Door Mental Health, located in Balgowlah. Pioneer Clubhouse is a member of the worldwide not-for-profit Clubhouse movement. Its aim is to provide a safe, supportive and respectful community in which Clubhouse members can realise their individual goals, maximise their community integration and enhance their quality of life. Its model for rehabilitation focuses on assisting Clubhouse members to rebuild the confidence, skills and stamina they need to live satisfying and productive lives within their community.

Staff use the Clubhouse environment to develop relationships whereby members experience themselves as valued participants in the Clubhouse community. The Clubhouse operates within a “Work Ordered Dayframework, with a focus is on engaging members to participate in the work of running the centre. The primary purpose of this role is to work as part of the Clubhouse team to generate and structure meaningful work within the centre, ensuring that all members are working as part of a team.

Clubhouse member engagement is voluntary, without pay, and without requirements. Staff engage members through encouragement, appreciation for their help, and a focus on abilities, while allowing for and accepting limitations.

As with all staff positions at Pioneer Clubhouse, the Support Worker will have a generalist role participating in all aspects of Clubhouse work, care coordination, employment and social/ recreational activities.

 

Position Specific Responsibilities
  1. Instil a commitment to the mission, values and future direction of the overall Clubhouse among members, volunteers and students.
  2. Actively coordinate and promote the Work Ordered Day program specifically within the Clubhouse in accordance with the International Standards for Clubhouse programs, ensuring that the Clubhouse is run in a manner that empowers the members.
  3. Assist the Clubhouse Operations Coordinator in the formulation of the Clubhouse mission, values and policies in accordance with the International Standards for Clubhouse programs.
  4. Actively promote the development of members’ aspirations regarding Clubhouse participation, employment, education, housing, and social involvements. Staff and members together formulate plans for progressing toward these goals.
  5. Respond to needs and troubles of members with practical guidance and advice geared toward realising aspirations, cooperation with others, and circumventing the effects of mental illness and social maladjustment.
  6. Manage and participate with members in Clubhouse programs providing opportunities for social and recreational activities.
  7. Engage cooperatively with other staff and members in developing Clubhouse policies and in advancing the purposes and welfare of the Clubhouse as a whole.
  8. Engage and manage members in Transitional Employment positions.
  9. Participate in the operation of Clubhouse programs enabling members to obtain supported and independent employment, to advance their education, and to acquire decent housing.
  10. Assist members in obtaining entitlement benefits, psychiatric and medical treatment, and in utilising other community resources, as needed.
  11. Convey to members a vision of their potential that is not restricted by disability but is based on needs and aspirations common to all people. This vision is balanced by an understanding, acceptance,empathy, and support regarding the limitations, impediments, and suffering of the disability.
  12. Work in communal groups where staff share responsibilities with members enabling the raising of expectations to permeate the group and members to lead in encouraging and empowering each other.
  13. Flexibility and commitment to participate in evening, weekend and holiday social and recreational programs outside of the work-ordered day.
  14. Undertake appropriate benchmarking and data collection tasks to contribute to Clubhouse program monitoring, evaluation and continuous improvement
  15. Proactively engage with potential members, their families and carers, in responding to their enquiries.
  16. Develop and maintain constructive relationships with all internal and external stakeholders to ensure the availability of service pathways and support systems in sufficient quality and numbers to contribute to integrated service delivery effectiveness.
  17. other duties as from time to time required.
 

Behavioural Competencies

 
  1. Strong commitment to Ethics and Integrity

  2. Strong Self-starting, self-management and adaptability

  3. Highly developed sense of Empathy and Understanding

  4. Sound Planning, Organising, Teamwork Development and Delegation skills

  5. Problem Solving ability

  6. Excellent Communication and Negotiation skills

  7. Conflict Management expertise

  8. Initiative and Action orientation

Working Relationships

Internal and external roles the individual in this position will need to interact with and the nature of that interaction to fulfil the requirements of this role.

 

Key Internal working relationships

 

Person/Service

Key purpose of relationship

Operations Coordinator

Direct report, accountability

Area Leader Northern Sydney

Direct Report, accountability

Regional Manager Sydney

Direct Report, accountability

Pioneer Clubhouse Advisory Board

Liaison and collaboration

One Door Mental Health Key personnel

Liaison and collaboration

 

Key External working relationships

 

Person/Service

Key purpose of relationship

Regional service providers

Potential contributors to member outcomes

Local Business and Industry

Potential contributors to member outcomes

 

Position Criteria

 

Essential

  • Qualification or background in a vocational skill to utilise within the Clubhouse such as hospitality, employment, horticulture or other adult education

  • Understanding of and commitment to recovery-oriented principles in mental healthcare.

  • Strong capacity to work with challenging issues, at both the client and service delivery levels.

  • ?  Capability and flexibility responding to the multiplicity of activities and demands occurring in the

    group setting.

  • Convey a vibrant energy that attracts members and enables both staff and members to do lots of

    things well.

  • Well-developed verbal and written communication skills, including experience in writing progress

    notes and developing individual-based plans.

  • Ability to engage and work in a culturally appropriate way with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

    peoples and culturally and linguistically diverse peoples.

  • Competent in the use of Microsoft Office applications and use of the Internet to identify and access

    resources.

  • Current Driver’s Licence.

  • Current Working with Children Clearance number.

  • Current NSW Police Check

    Desirable

  • Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline (e.g., social work, occupational therapy, nutritionist, social welfare, human services) or;

  • Previous experience working within recovery-oriented mental health services.

  • Previous experience working in a Clubhouse International accredited program.

Austin Clubhouse seeks Operations Manager  Position based in Austin, TX

Job Opening:OperationsManager

Type:Mid-level,Full-time,Exempt

Austin Clubhouse:
Austin Clubhouse is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, established in 2010 in the heart of Austin, Texas, providing evidence-based, direct psycho-social rehabilitation services to adults with mental health diagnoses by providing a welcoming, recovery-oriented community in which all people living with a mental health diagnosis can achieve their highest potential.

Position Summary:
The Operations Manager, under the direction of the Executive Director, is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Clubhouse. In coordination with program staff, members, Board of Directors, donors and volunteers, the Operations Manager ensures effective and efficient project management outcomes in the areas of, but not limited to: financial management and reporting, Human Resources, account and vendor management, administrative support, board of directors support, development and implementation of organizational policies and procedures, proposal and grant writing, budgeting and reporting, timely correspondence, data entry, and Staff Generalist duties; all in accordance with Clubhouse International 37 Standards.

Your expertise, unparalleled discretion, professional agility, and honed attention to detail will be essential to collaborating and driving specific projects and deliverables.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Prepare and review financial statements and data.Utilize financial data and trends to improve 

    efficiency.Prepare and control operational budgets.Control inventory.Recommend effective

    strategies for the financial well-being of Austin Clubhouse.

  2. Maintain six-month forecast for cash flow projections and budgeting outcomes.

  3. Works with accountant for end of month closing,coding of all receipts and checks.

  4. Improve processes and policies in support of organizational goals.Formulate and implement 

    departmental and organizational policies and procedures to maximize output.Monitor adherence to

    rules,regulations and procedures.

  5. Human Resources and benefits coordination.Personnel filing and recordkeeping.Ensure HR

    compliance and State of Texas Human Resources compliance.

  6. Oversight of payroll and benefit coordination with accountant.

  7. Review,provide compliance and update organizational policies and procedures annually.

  8. Account management and vendor relations,ensuring“bestprice”for needed services.

  9. Oversight and tracking of accounts receivable in timely and efficient manner.

  10. Maintains grant and contract deliverables and budgets to ensure grant and contract compliance.

  11. Prepares proposals,grants and fundraising tasks to ensure viability of financial health.

  12. Provides Board of Directors support and meeting preparations.

  13. Assists with hospitality tasks for Clubhouse visitors and meetings.

  14. Assists with travel arrangements and scheduling.

  15. Responsible for effective and timely communication at all levels of Austin Clubhouse operations.

16. Donor record-management,communications andt hank-you processes.
17. Oversight,
management and completion of annual audit with accountant.
18. Performs 
Staff Generalist duties and other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.

Education and Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting,Business,or HR from recognized institution or five years of

    non-profit related work experience.

  • At least years experience in Financial Management

  • At least years experience in Human Resources

  • Strong computer skills,with experience in variety of applications

  • Excellent communication skills both verbal and written

  • Budget development and oversight experience

  • Commitment to high professional ethical standards in diverse workplace

  • Knowledge of Labor Standards

  • Knowledge of tax and other compliance implications of non-profit status

  • Excels at operating in fast-paced,diverse,community environment

  • Open to direction and collaborative work style and commitment to get the job done

  • Preference given for experience in managing and writing successful grant applications

  • Knowledge of government contract management and knowledge and experience in organizational

    effectiveness and operations management implementing best practices is plus

  • Knowledge of Sales Force and QuickBooks is plus

  • passion and interest in the field of mental health is plus

    Salary:

    Salary is commensurate with experience,and competitive within the nonprofit sector.EOE.Health benefits, vision and dental are offered within 30 days of employment.

    Application Instructions:

  • Please send cover letter,resume and salary expectations to Joanna Linden,Executive Director at:

    joanna@austinclubhouse.org or mail to Austin Clubhouse,610E.45th Street,Austin,Texas,78751.

    No phone calls,please.

  • Deadline for submission:Friday,November3,2017at 5:00p.m. 

Chelton Loft seeks Program Coordinator/Staff Generalist  Position based in New York, NY

Main Purpose of the Position 

Apply Chelton Loft’s mission by working together with members to develop and coordinate the daily activities of the clubhouse. All staff hold a professional level, direct service position in a generalist role. An intricate part to the Program Coordinator/Staff Generalist role is engaging members in all aspects of clubhouse operations. The participation of members and staff is performed side by side to focus on the members’ strengths, skills, and interests. Staff will offer a positive, supportive relationship that helps to build members’ self esteem and encourage working toward identified goals, wellness and recovery.

All work is carried out in a manner that is person centered with a focus on recovery from psychiatric illness/experience and/or co-occurring disorders (CoD). 

Essential Functions  

  • Facilitate assigned tasks and projects in a timely manner, maximizing members’ skills, goals, engagement, and leadership.
  • Plan and coordinate work to meet the needs of the Clubhouse and its Members.
  • Attends outside meetings, speaks to various groups and visits other Clubhouses in an effort to give the Loft visibility in the community and to share with and learn from other Clubhouse programs. Develop long and short-term strategic planning for clubhouse work; support by keeping the work on-task; and develop work in collaboration with Members, Program Director, and Executive Director. Lead Clubhouse’s projects as needed and assigned.
  • Complete paperwork and case notes as assigned, meeting all deadlines.
  • Participate in the Clubhouse’s Transitional Employment Program (TE), paid jobs for Members in the community. Manage TE placements by learning the job; developing work relationships, training and supporting members on the job. As a clubhouse worker a priority is to provide TE job coverage whenever necessary.
  • Facilitate Supported, Independent and Entrepreneurial Employment, and Educational opportunities for members in the community, as needed.
  • Cover, on a rotating basis, evening, weekend, and holiday social programs. Participate in Clubhouse functions and events as needed.
  • Assist Members to develop and assess personal, career, housing, and social goals and objectives.
  • Provide education and support utilizing of community resources that promote well-being, self-determination, independence, self-sufficiency, and foster self-advocacy, including areas such as Financial Benefits, Community Support Services, Career Development, Mental and Physical Health, Job, Family, and Friends.
  • Make presentations, and support member participation in presenting to the Clubhouse Community and International Seminars and Conferences.
  • Advocate for the Clubhouse and its Members with Legislators, Community Service providers such as Housing, Doctors, Psychiatrists, DMV, including attending appointments with Members when needed to advocate, direct and model communication between members and service providers.
  • Provide training and support to new members, staff, interns, volunteers, and clubhouse colleagues as necessary.
  • Facilitate clubhouse evaluation, meetings and action-planning in preparation for Accreditation by Clubhouse International Faculty.
  • Staff and members are responsible for clubhouse’s community maintenance

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

1.  Knowledge of and ability to follow Agency policies and procedures;

2.  Knowledge of and ability to follow department policies and procedures

3.  Working knowledge of mental illness preferred

4.   Positive, energetic, dynamic and engaging personality

5.   Ability to communicate clearly and effectively both verbally and in writing;

6.   Ability to be flexible, adapt to changing situations, meet deadlines, and work under pressure

7.   Ability to resolve problems within scope of responsibilities

8.   Excellent organizational skills

9.   Ability to interact effectively and professionally with consumers, staff, visitors, etc.

10.  Ability to work independently and take initiative when appropriate

11.  Ability to make presentations to groups and individuals

12.  Computer skills (Microsoft Office, Internet) necessary

13.  Knowledge of the Foothold awards system for monthly record maintenance is preferred

14.  Ability to maintain good attendance and punctuality.

 Qualifications 

 Education: Bachelor’s degree in social work, rehabilitation or related field

 Experience: Three (3) years experience in the human services preferred.

Flexibility and a belief in rehabilitation and recovery are essential.

Salary is based upon experience

Spanish speaking is a plus

  EOE 

 Please send resume and cover letter to Jeffica Laborde (jlaborde@fedcap.org) and Suzanne Stoute (sstoute@fedcap.org)

Chelton Loft seeks Program Coordinator (Certified Peer)/ Staff Generalist  Position based in New York, NY

Main Purpose of the Position 

Chelton Loft, an accredited Psychosocial Clubhouse works to provide an environment to support the growth, health and development of its members.  The Program Coordinator/Staff Generalist’s primary focus is to engage its Members in all aspects of the Clubhouse operations.  Another aspect of this role is to offer a positive, supportive relationship that helps the Clubhouse members build self-esteem and encourage working towards identified goals, wellness and recovery.

All work is carried out in a manner that is person centered with a focus on recovery from psychiatric illness/experience and/or co-occurring disorders (CoD). 

Essential Functions  

  • Use professional preparation in combination with lived experience to assist Members in developing and working towards personal, career, housing, and social goals and objectives.
  • Facilitate assigned tasks and projects in a timely manner, maximizing Members’ skills, goals, engagement, and leadership.
  • Plan and coordinate work to meet the needs of the Clubhouse and its Members.
  • Attends outside meetings, speaks to various groups and visits other Clubhouses in an effort to give the Loft visibility in the community and to share with and learn from other Clubhouse programs. Develop long and short-term strategic planning for Clubhouse work; support by keeping the work on-task; and develop work in collaboration with Clubhouse Members and Staff. Lead Clubhouse’s projects as needed and assigned.
  • Complete paperwork and case notes as assigned, meeting all deadlines.
  • Participate in the Clubhouse’s Transitional Employment Program (TE), paid jobs for Members in the community. Manage TE placements by learning the job; developing work relationships, training and supporting Members on the job.
  • Facilitate Supported, Independent and Entrepreneurial Employment, and Educational opportunities for Members in the community, as needed.
  • Cover, on a rotating basis, evening, weekend, and holiday social programs. Participate in Clubhouse functions and events as needed.
  • Provide education and support utilizing of community resources that promote well-being, self-determination, independence, self-sufficiency, and foster self-advocacy, including areas such as Financial Benefits, Community Support Services, Career Development, Mental and Physical Health, Job, Family, and Friends.
  • Make presentations, and support Member participation in presenting to the Clubhouse Community and International Seminars and Conferences.
  • Advocate for the Clubhouse and its Members with Legislators, Community Service providers such as Housing, Doctors, Psychiatrists, DMV, including attending appointments with Members when needed to advocate, direct and model communication between Members and service providers.
  • Facilitate Clubhouse evaluation, meetings and action-planning in preparation for Accreditation by Clubhouse International Faculty.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  1. Knowledge of and ability to follow Agency policies and procedures;
  2. Knowledge of and ability to follow program policies and procedures
  3. Working knowledge of mental illness preferred
  4. Positive, energetic, dynamic and engaging personality
  5. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively both verbally and in writing;
  6. Ability to be flexible, adapt to changing situations, meet deadlines, and work under pressure
  7. Excellent organizational skills
  8. Ability to interact effectively and professionally with consumers, Staff, visitors, etc.
  9. Ability to work independently and take initiative when appropriate
  10. Ability to make presentations to groups and individuals
  11. Computer skills (Microsoft Office, Internet) necessary
  12. Ability to maintain good attendance and punctuality.

 Qualifications 

 Education:   New York State Peer Specialist Certification

 Bachelor’s degree in social work, rehabilitation or related field preferred

 Experience: 2-3 years case management and documentation experience.

Must be current or former recipients of mental health services; have been diagnosed with a mental health diagnosis; consider themselves in recovery from a mental health diagnosis and publicly self-identify/disclose their recovery status.

Flexibility and a belief in rehabilitation and recovery are essential.

Salary is based upon experience

Spanish speaking is a plus

FTE 30 hrs

  EOE 

Please send resume and cover letter to Jeffica Laborde (jlaborde@fedcap.org) and Suzanne Stoute (sstoute@fedcap.org)

Genesis Club Inc. Seeks Housing Coordinator  Position based in Worcester MA

SUMMARY The Housing Coordinator has the overall responsibility of the day to day operation of the Genesis Club Housing Program. This includes quality management, program development, project monitoring, staff supervision and training. The Housing Coordinator will also be responsible to ensure that all Genesis members have access to decent housing opportunities using the structure of the Work Ordered Day. This is a management position that will participate with the Genesis Club management team. Responsible for the development and implementation of the Genesis Housing services in accordance with the International Clubhouse Standards.

STATEMENT OF DUTIES

  • Works cooperatively with the Executive Director to sustain and develop the housing opportunities that will benefit Genesis members.
  • Understands the Worcester Housing market including housing agencies, housing authorities and landlords.
  • Brings housing expertise and resources to all Genesis members in securing and sustaining their housing.
  • Using the Work ordered day structure.
  • Oversight and management of Genesis Housing contracts including liaison with Central MA Housing Alliance, East Side CDC, Dept. of Mental Health and the Worcester Housing Authority.
  • Effective communication with Genesis staff, members, management and the Genesis housing partners.
  • Completion and management of member’s rent configurations, subsidies and leases.
  • Supervision of designated housing staff.
  • Resource for Genesis Club in areas of housing including apartment availability, rental subsidies and landlord tenant mediation.
  • To be based in Genesis work unit engaging members to their full potential and talents.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Three-five years experience as a Clubhouse staff member.
  • Preferred Master’s level degree in human services.
  • Preferred Contract management experience.
  • Experience with securing and sustaining housing for low income individuals.
  • Experience with city housing markets and agencies.
  • Ability to contribute as a team member with the overall operation and growth of the Genesis Club as a leader within the mental health and International Clubhouse community.

SALARY AND BENEFITS

  • $40,000-$45,000 depending on experience.
  • Medical, dental, life, 401 K, disability, vacation, sick and personnel time provided.

If interested in applying for this position please send cover letter and resume to:

Kevin Bradley Executive Director Genesis Club Inc. 274 Lincoln Street Worcester, MA 01605 kbradley@genesisclub.org www.genesisclub.org

Empowerment Clubhouse seeks Program Director  Position based in Marin City, CA

Empowerment Clubhouse Program Director Job Description

Position:  Program Director

Status: Full-Time – 40 Hours/Week – Exempt

Salary Range: $60,000-$65,000 annually plus medical, dental and 401(K) plan.

Accountability: The Program Director reports to the MCCDC Executive Director.

AGENCY BACKGROUND

The Marin City Community Development Corporation (MCCDC) has over 37 years of expertise providing job training and referral, youth development, housing programs, and other asset building services. The organization has also helped to expand Marin City’s residents to own, manage, and operate their own businesses. MCCDC is a nonprofit organization with 501(c)(3) status, recognized as a leading institution in Marin City and within the County of Marin. The Mission of MCCDC is to empower and improve the quality of life of Marin City residents by implementing comprehensive income and asset development programs, and to preserve its diverse culture. The Marin City Community Development Corporation is committed to increasing the earnings and skills of unemployed or underemployed residents of Marin County. MCCDC efforts ensure that its clients are connected to viable careers. MCCDC works in partnership with workforce agencies, businesses, and educational institutions, to increase the opportunity for skills in demand industries that provide career track employment.

Authority:

The Program Director is authorized by MCCDC Board of Directors to act on behalf of the Empowerment Clubhouse, to speak for the Clubhouse and to manage the day- to-day operations of the Clubhouse. The Program Director manages staff and clients in the consumer-run Empowerment Clubhouse, engages with consumers and their families and/or caregivers, coordinates support services, and networks with the Marin City Community Development Corporation (MCCDC) and Marin County Department of Health and Human Services to strengthen service delivery revolving around work-ordered day programming to qualified members of the Empowerment Clubhouse residing in Marin County. The Program Director will work closely with the Executive Director to expand consumer support services and to enter into contracts as needed.

Responsibility:

The Program Director provides leadership, vision and direction to the Clubhouse community in pursuit of its mission. The Program Director is responsible for the active recruitment of eligible Clubhouse members from the community, hiring, firing and managing the employees of the Clubhouse, fund development, Clubhouse compliance, administering the budget, public relations, contract management, and publicly representing the mission and vision of the Clubhouse. S/he is responsible for the imaginative implementation of the International Standards for Clubhouse Programs (www.clubhouse-intl.org).
 

General Duties:

  • Oversight and management of the day-to day operations of the Clubhouse.
  • Prepare for and attend Empowerment Clubhouse Advisory Board Meetings, weekly MCCDC staff meetings, and consumer-run committee meetings.
  • Coordinate communication between the Clubhouse and members of the Empowerment Clubhouse Advisory Board.
  • Recruitment, hiring, supervision and termination (as needed), of all Clubhouse staff in conjunction with the Executive Director.
  • Successful management of the annual budget development and monitoring process and the ongoing financial activities of the Clubhouse with the Executive Director.
  • Fund development and fundraising activities for the Clubhouse with the Executive Director.
  • Public Relations for the Clubhouse.
  • Transitional Employment Development and Employer Relationships for the Clubhouse.
  • Obtaining and maintaining Clubhouse Certification from the International Center for Clubhouse Development.
  • Timely communication to the Executive Director and MCCDC Board of Directors and all required organizations of any serious, incidents, issues or concerns.
  • Provide all required reports and information to government and funding source organizations.
  • On an ongoing basis, ensures that there is significant and meaningful participation of Clubhouse members in all aspects of the Clubhouse organization.
  • Keep informed about issues in the general community relevant to the mission and operations of the Clubhouse.
  • Ensure diversity practices are followed and culturally responsive actions are taken.
  • Coordinate services with various health, mental health and county organizations

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred but not required in social services, health, or business field.
  • A minimum of three years employment experience with continually increasing responsibilities in a Clubhouse or non-profit service organization.
  • A clear understanding of compliance issues and accountability, ability to articulate consumer concerns, and a commitment to the values and beliefs of a Clubhouse program for people living with mental illness and disabilities.
  • A demonstrable understanding of the International Standards for Clubhouse Programs and capacity to work effectively with consumers and their families and/or caregivers.
  • Excellent fund development and writing skills and the ability to research, write and prepare effective proposals.
  • Ability to work long and varied hours.
  • A willingness to participate in the 3-week Clubhouse Training Program at a certified Training Base and to help attain and maintain International Clubhouse accreditation.
  • Must have the ability to work with different kinds of people with varied personalities, mental and physical disabilities, cultures and interests.
  • Must have capacity to lift 40 lbs. and assist disabled clients.
  • Spanish-speaking preferred, but not required.

Please send cover letter describing your interest in the position, resume, and available start date to:

Marin City Community Development Corporation

Attn: Blia Xiong, HR/Operations Manager

441 Drake Avenue

Sausalito, CA  94965

bxiong@marincitycdc.org 

 

 

 

* I have reviewed and understand my job description and responsibilities.

Team Member signature: __________________________________

Date: ______________

HR/Operations Manager signature: __________________________________

Date: ______________

 

Adapted from a document created by the International Clubhouse, New York, New York.

Putnam Clubhouse seeks Staff Generalist  Position based in Concord, CA

Mental Health Recovery Program: Staff Generalist

Want to be part of a dynamic, growing organization? Have a desire to be involved in an innovative and non-traditional approach to addressing mental illness? Putnam Clubhouse is seeking a staff generalist to provide psychiatric rehabilitation services to adults with serious mental illness, in accordance with the standards of the International Center for Clubhouse Development (clubhouse-intl.org/).

Putnam Clubhouse located near downtown Concord, supports adult members (program participants) with mental illness on their journey of recovery and reintegration into the community. The Staff Generalist (see complete description below) works in close partnership with the Clubhouse members, other Staff Generalists, and the Clubhouse Director.

The Staff Generalist helps members meet their needs for employment, housing, education, friendship, structure, and stability in accordance with the model and standards of Clubhouse International (clubhouse-intl.org). This is NOT a desk job or a case management position. Program participants are volunteers involved in doing everything necessary to run their own program (admin., cooking, cleaning, events, etc.). Staff Generalists work hands-on alongside the participants doing the same tasks.

This is a full-time, 40 hours/week, non-exempt position with benefits. Starting salary in the mid-to-upper 30K range DOE.

HOW TO APPLY Apply by email only by replying to this posting. No phone calls, please.

Include the following in your email or as an attachment: 1- Your resume 2- A cover letter telling us the following: a) Why you would be a great match for the position, given the job description below. b) If you live more than a 15 minute commute from downtown Concord, your commute length, how you would get to work, and any experience you've had commuting a similar distance.

Please visit the Putnam Clubhouse website (www.putnamclubhouse.org) before writing your cover letter. You must send the cover letter to be considered! No phone calls.

STAFF GENERALIST POSITION

The duties, responsibilities, and conditions of the position include, but are not limited to the following (members are program participants):

• Lead groups of members in work units at the Clubhouse doing everything involved in operating the program while modeling a strong work ethic.

• Generate member interest in participation in all aspects of the work-ordered day.

• Assist with internal and external employment and educational programs.

• Take leadership role in ensuring positive outcomes in the member's lives.

• Help members set and achieve personal career and wellness goals.

• Identify/use community, healthcare, and social service resources that promote member well-being, independence, and personal satisfaction.

• Help foster member self-advocacy.

• Encourage peer-to-peer relationships and interaction among the members.

• Conduct outreach activities at community organizations to increase membership and visibility.

• Provide leadership with members in relationship to Clubhouse mission and goals.

• Learn about and uphold standards of the Clubhouse model.

• Participate with members and staff in a collaborative decision-making process.

• Encourage members to take leadership roles.

• Staff clubhouse social and recreational programs.

• Be available some weekend, evening, and holiday hours as assigned.

DESIRED QUALITIES

• Responsible, outgoing, and caring.

• Enjoys working/interacting with people from variety of backgrounds, including adults with mental illness.

• Energetic, optimistic individual; demonstrated ability to establish positive and productive relationships with others.

• Strong communication skills (written and verbal) and organizational abilities are essential.

• Previous successful work experience in a variety of vocational areas.

• Results-oriented self-starter.

• Flexible, considerate, patient, and tactful.

• Kind heart and a ready sense of humor.

• Organized and able to thrive in a multi-task environment.

• Exhibits good judgment and strong problem-solving abilities.

• Bilingual helpful but not required (please describe in cover letter).

• Clerical experience and skills

• Multimedia skills/experience helpful but not required video production, websites, HTML, new technology, etc.)

EXPECTED QUALIFICATIONS

• One year working with adults with mental illness or other relevant experience.

• Proficiency in MS Office software applications, demonstrated competency in general computer usage.

• Valid California driver's license required with a good driving record.

• Ability to pass a background check

• In-depth understanding of/interest in mental illness; mental health consumers and family members welcome to apply.

• BA or equivalent; preferably in a related field.

• Previous clubhouse experience a plus.

• Bilingual ability a plus.

Job Type: Full-time

 
San Antonio Clubhouse seeks Clubhouse Program Manager  Position based in San Antonio, TX

 

San Antonio Clubhouse is seeking an energetic and dedicated individual to serve as our Clubhouse Program Manager, overseeing the daily operations of our Clubhouse Work-Ordered Day (WOD) program.  You’ll work with, and receive support from, the rest of the organization’s management team (Executive Director, CFO, Operations Director), but you’d be the individual primarily responsible for managing the Clubhouse WOD program. 

Background of San Antonio Clubhouse

The San Antonio Clubhouse is an independent 501(c)3 non-profit, not associated with an auspice agency.  We’ve been operating for 14 years and recently moved into a new 20,000 square-foot two-story building.  The Clubhouse Work Ordered Day program is housed on the first floor (10,000 Square Feet), with the second floor reserved for new programming in the future.  We are Accredited and actively participate in all Clubhouse International activities, including national and international conferences, and Colleague Training (on a yearly basis).

What we look like today

  • Over 2,000 members
  • 650 members who’ve participated in the past 24 months
  • 454 members who’ve participated in the past 12 months
  • 229 members who are active (participated in last 90 days)
  • Approximately 45-55 members attending daily
  • 3 units
    • Operations – 3 Generalists (Culinary, Wellness, Facilities)
    • Member Services – 3 Generalists (Employment, Member Services / Onboarding, Member Readiness)
    • Media Lab – 2 Generalists (Multimedia Coach and Mission Systems Coach)
    • An active consulting service (the Assistance and Management Program), through which we help other clubhouses, primarily in Texas
    • Highly-systemized, with custom technology for data-tracking, case management, and outcomes reporting—all of which is done by our members as part of the Work-Ordered Day
    • No Medicaid billing (today), and only minimal state / county reporting
    • Annual budget: ~$900K—almost entirely raised through private donors and foundations

Where we’re headed

Our vision for the San Antonio Clubhouse is to be the hub of mental health recovery in San Antonio.  For 14 years, our non-profit (the San Antonio Clubhouse, Inc) has only operated one program: the Clubhouse Work-Ordered Day (WOD) program.  To meet the goals set forth in our Strategic Plan, we will begin adding additional services to our overall non-profit organization, meaning that the Clubhouse Work-Ordered Day program will be only one of the programs offered by the organization

Our intention is to create these programs outside of the Clubhouse WOD program to keep fidelity to the Clubhouse model.  The Clubhouse WOD is the reason we exist—the new programs will be created to supplement or complement the WOD program.  These new programs may include:

  • A young-adults program
  • A day program that is less rigorous than the clubhouse (for adults who are not ready to be in a clubhouse environment)
  • A social-enterprise program focused on creating paying jobs for adults living with mental illness.

What makes the San Antonio Clubhouse different from other clubhouses

The San Antonio Clubhouse is unique.  Here are a few of the things that make us unique:

  • We’re independent from any auspice agencies, so we have incredible flexibility in what we do and how we operate.
  • We have a culture of innovation and creativity.  Because of our flexibility, we’re able to try new projects (like a social enterprise to market/sell coffee) or create new units (a development/fundraising unit).  We value good ideas, regardless of where they originate.  We’re exploring the addition of several new programs over the next 12 months, including the creation of our own Farmer’s Market (for non-profits), an urban-farming team, and a unit focused on managing databases for other clubhouses
  • We value the experience of our staff members as much as the experience of our members.  In the past year, we’ve cut the “required” staff work hours from 40 to 37.5 without lowering salaries. We’ve also made changes meant to reduce “burnout” and improve staff morale
  • We have a unique role in the clubhouse world, working as both a clubhouse and a service provider to other clubhouses.  We provide technical assistance, consulting, and technology support to other clubhouses (primarily in Texas), but in other cities as well.  We love what we do at our clubhouse and enjoy helping other clubhouses grow

Expectations of the Program Manager

As the Clubhouse Program Manager, you’d:

  • Lead our clubhouse
    • Ensure we deliver the best experience to our members and staff
    • Be responsible for setting the emotional tone of the Clubhouse
    • Pro-actively work with the rest of the organization’s management team to identify potential issues and to find positive solutions
    • Lead by example, modeling energy and enthusiasm, compassion, teamwork, perseverance, and creativity
    • Be an independent thought-leader
      • Work with very minimal direction, but with support from the rest of the organization’s management team
      • Balance the collaborative nature of clubhouse and the requirements of being a leader and manager—do high-quality work, on time.
      • Be flexible and responsive to the changing needs of the overall organization (the other programs outside of clubhouse)
      • Make good decisions through a combination of analysis, wisdom, experience, and judgement.
      • Balance the big picture with the “day-to-day”
        • Be willing to think through how we would implement new ideas, even if we don’t ultimately pursue them
        • Think strategically, anticipate future consequences and trends, and incorporate them into the organizational plan
        • Develop strategies to achieve organizational goals and adapts strategy to changing conditions
        • Mentor and develop our staff
          • Build organizational and staff capacity, developing a top-notch workforce, and the supervising protocols and processes that ensure the organization runs smoothly, professionally, and at the highest ethical and legal standards
          • Inspire, manage, and lead, with the ability to connect staff both on an individual level and in groups
          • Be capable of enforcing accountability and learn the strengths and weaknesses of the team to put people in a position to succeed
          • Always be learning
            • Demonstrate a broad experience with the full range of business functions and systems, including strategic development and planning, budgeting, business analysis, information systems, federal and state government funding administration, and marketing
            • Constantly learn new processes and technologies—you’d be overseeing units that do some of the most complex work done in any clubhouse, anywhere

What you WOULD NOT be responsible for

  • Data collection—this is, and should always be, primarily unit work
  • Fundraising—you’d support fundraising and development efforts through the WOD and unit-work, but you would not personally be responsible for the overall fundraising for the organization
  • Working with the Board of Directors—you’d interact with them, but Board relationships are ultimately responsibility of the Executive Director

Job Requirements

  • An understanding and commitment to the Clubhouse model and its underlying principles and values
  • Ability to work flexible hours, including evenings, weekend, and holiday hours
  • Ability to travel both within and out of state, for up-to two-weeks at a time (up-to twice per year) and up-to one-week at a time (up-to 8 times per year)
  • Experience supervising a staff & holding them accountable to high standards
  • Experience developing new clubhouse programming and implementing it to successfully engage members and staff
  • Experience designing processes, analyzing data, and delivering outcomes

Compensation:   Salary range is commensurate with qualifications and experience.  Relocation expenses will be considered

Instructions for applying:   Please send:

  • Your resume
  • Your cover letter explaining (based on what you’ve read about this position):
    • Why you think you’d be a good fit for the San Antonio clubhouse
    • A program idea that you would like to see implemented (anywhere) to better the lives of clubhouse members, with an explanation of what it would take to implement that program and what challenges you’d face
    • What you think is the biggest challenge facing clubhouses today, and how that challenge could be overcome

Send both to: Eric Estrada: Eric@SAClubhouse.org.  Please, no calls. 

The person who is offered the position will undergo a background check, including a DMV record review, FBI and DOJ fingerprinting.

The San Antonio Clubhouse, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  

 

Prime Time House seeks Executive Director  Position based in Torrington, CT

 

ORGANIZATION

Prime Time House, Inc. is a community-based organization that annually assists over 300 individuals in Connecticut’s rural northwest corner who are living with the challenges of mental illness. Because of this disease individuals often lose everything – their jobs, their homes, and sometimes even their friends and families.  Prime Time House offers them a caring environment where they are treated with dignity and respect. With the support of their peers and staff they begin to rebuild their lives.

Prime Time House will be celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2018. The annual budget is  $1.2M and the organization operates with a staff of 17 dedicated individuals .In 2016 Prime Time House’s Clubhouse received a three-year accreditation from Clubhouse International.  This accreditation acknowledges Prime Time House’s Clubhouse as a federally recognized, evidenced based practice.

Prime Time House’s services and programs include: 

·      Prime Time Clubhouse: The Clubhouse program focuses on activities geared towards building job skills, social skills, friendships and the confidence to re-enter and re-engage with the community. Prime Time is a Club, not a clinic.  No diagnoses are made nor medications prescribed.  People join voluntarily, as members not patients—they are equal partners who work with staff and fellow members to complete the daily tasks involved in running the program. Like any Club, members feel a commonality and reach out to support one another both in times of celebration and times of crisis. 

·      Career Services Supported Employment: A basic tenet of the Clubhouse model is the importance of work. Having a job to do, paid or unpaid,  significant or routine, gives a person a sense of purpose, of being needed, valued, depended upon.   A major goal of Prime Time House is to move members back into the workforce.  By necessity, the process often must begin slowly -- even taking on one of the simplest task in the Clubhouse can be difficult at first.  But it is the first step in a process that moves members to employment at local businesses. This is accomplished with staff support throughout this transition. 

·      Supportive Housing:  People suffering from mental illness are often at risk for homelessness. This program helps these individuals find and maintain safe, affordable housing.

·      Transportation and Paperwork:  Prime Time House provides transportation to jobs, doctor’s appointments and helps members complete complex paperwork involved with securing benefits.

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Working collaboratively with the Board of Directors and Prime Time House’s staff, the Executive Director is responsible for the strategic leadership, vision and growth of the organization. The ED oversees and works closely the Management Team which includes the Clubhouse Manager, Career Services Manager and the Directors of Finance,  Human Resources and Development.

Key responsibilities include:

·      Fostering the development of a strategic vision to meet current and emerging needs;

·        Managing the creation and implementation of the annual budget and fund    development plan;

·      Guiding a multi-faceted fundraising effort that includes securing government and private foundation grants and cultivation of individual donors to support annual operations, planned giving and endowment opportunities;

·      Delivering the agency’s message to diverse audiences by serving as primary spokesperson and representative of Prime Time House;

·      Leading, motivating, and fostering the professional development of Prime Time House’s staff team;

·      Maintaining strong partnerships and serving as community advocate with local and state non-profit organizations, businesses and policymakers;

·      Developing, managing and evaluating all agency program;

·      Providing program and fiscal accountability to the Board, funders and regulators through appropriate policies, controls, procedures and reporting mechanisms.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS

Prime Time House seeks a strategic, forward thinking leader with five years or more senior level management experience in a complex organization.

In addition to a demonstrated record in meeting the job responsibilities described above, strong candidates will have:

·  Proven experience and ability to build and preserve a trusting and genuine relationship with public, private and community stakeholders. Desire to  connect with members and connect members with one another;

·Sensitivity to and understanding of all aspects of the organization’s work in the field of mental illness and addiction;

· Ability to strategically position the agency to respond to political, social, financial, and external issues affecting services for the mentally ill and to make decisions under pressure;

·Proven ability to strengthen the organization’s fundraising capacity and to be personally involved in building and diversifying relationships with donors;

·  A leadership style that encourages creativity, growth, collaboration, problem solving, accountability and open communication;

·  Ability to communicate clearly and effectively both verbally and in writing with diverse constituencies  including staff, board, donors, clients and community members and leaders;

·   Skilled in understanding, interpreting and questioning financial and regulatory information;

·    A track record of strong partnership with a Board of Directors;

·   Experience with a culturally and ethnically diverse clientele and staff;

·   Bachelor’s degree required, advanced degree preferred;

·   Personal or professional experience with mentally ill individuals or groups.

Prime Time House, a 501(c)(3) organization, is an equal opportunity employer.  Prime Time House is a member of Clubhouse  International. 

COMPENSATION

Prime Time House offers a competitive salary and benefit package. Compensation will be commensurate with experience.

DEADLINE

Resumes considered as they are received, submission deadline September 30th.

TO SUBMIT AN APPLICATION:

Email cover letter and resume to pthsearch17@gmail.com.Phone inquiries, mail or in person submissions will not be accepted.

For more information: www.primetimehouse.org

 

Commerce Park Clubhouse seeks Clubhouse Rehabilitation Associate  Position based in Williamsport, PA

Community Services Group (CSG),one of the largest Human Services Providers in PA, is recruiting for a detail oriented, organized person with strong communication skills to join our team as a Clubhouse Rehabilitation Associate at our Commerce Park Clubhouse in Williamsport, PA (Lycoming County). 

This is a full-time (40 hrs/wk) position with a Monday to Friday schedule from 8:00 A to 4:30 P.  The ability to work some evenings, weekends and holidays is required based on the program’s needs.  It offers a complete Medical Insurance and benefits package for those who qualify!

The Clubhouse Rehabilitation Associate works closely with the members and other staff members to assist in the operation of all functions of an International Center for Clubhouse Development (ICCD) standard-based clubhouse. This position meets the regulation requirements of a Clubhouse Rehabilitation Worker. 

Duties and responsibilities for this position include: 

Functions as a responsible staff person with clubhouse members and another staff person in assigned work unit:

  • Participates with members in the work-ordered day unit work.
  • Monitors and coordinate work units and other daily clubhouse activities.
  • Encourages and supports member participation and attendance at the clubhouse.
  • Collaborate with members on the development of rehabilitation plans, reviews, and to complete progress notes.
  • Participates in weekend/holiday/evening social activities.
  • Provides members transportation by use CSG van or personal vehicle 

Completes case administrator duties as assigned:

  • Completes intake and orientation paperwork for new members of the clubhouse.
  • Documents information as needed on Progress Notes, Rehabilitation Plans, and Rehabilitation Plan Reviews.
  • Keeps member’s records up to date, obtaining required signatures annually.
  • Provides accurate information for billing purposes.
  • Maintains commitment to the integrity of the clubhouse model as outlined in the standards published by Clubhouse International.
  • Develops an understanding of clubhouse philosophy.

Attends a minimum of 20 hours of psychiatric rehabilitation training per year:

  • Attends assigned clubhouse training opportunities.
  • Participates in all clubhouse meetings, using the standards as a guide in decision making processes.
  • Maintains a clubhouse environment that promotes the spirit of the standards and the clubhouse philosophy.

Participates in job development and community employment activities to assist members in returning to competitive employment:

  • Assesses members in work units for readiness to move into employment.
  • Works with community employers to develop new job opportunities in both transitional employment and competitive employment.
  • Provides transitional employment placement management services.
  • Assists members with individualized job search process.
  • Provides on-site job coaching as needed when members obtain employment, continues on-site visits as necessary.
  • Arranges meetings with members to continually assess their job status.
  • Provides transportation and/or education of transportation resources.
  • Completes necessary paperwork for members in employment.
  • Assists members with benefits planning/reporting.
  • Provides coverage for on-call phone.

Represents the clubhouse as a liaison with other programs of Community Services Group, community organizations, and funding sources:

  • Participates in clubhouse marketing, public relations, and advocacy efforts.
  • Serves on committees and workgroups within CSG and within the local and state-wide mental health/psychiatric rehabilitation community.

Provides coverage in emergency situations.

To be considered for this position you must have the following Qualifications:

You must have one (1) of the following Education requirements:

  • A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with academic concentration in an area relevant to the position; OR
  • Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university and one year work experience in mental health direct service; OR
  • A Certified Peer Specialist (CPS) certificate and one additional year paid or volunteer work experience in mental health direct service; OR
  • A high school diploma or equivalency and 2 years work experience in human services which must include 1 year of mental illness direct care experience.

You must have all of the following Special Requirements to be considered:

  • Must be able to work flexible hours to meet individual’s and program’s needs.  Some evening, weekend and holiday hours will be required. 
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, good driving record, and access to a reliable vehicle to attend trainings, meetings, and/or transport individual to appointments.
  • Must be able to travel to trainings/meetings upon request of program director or designee which may include occasional overnight stays
  • Must have the ability to obtain clearances as defined by regulations.

To Join our Team or learn more about this and all open positions at CSG, please visit csgonline.org today!

A World of Career Opportunities Awaits You at CSG!  Together, We Can Do Great Things!

Community Services Group is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer supporting Workforce Diversity.

Key Words: Mental Health, Vocational Rehabilitation, Counselor, Mental Health Counselor, ICCD, Clubhouse, Rehabilitation Specialist, Clubhouse Rehabilitation Specialist, MH, Social Services, Human Services

 

Independence Center seeks Clubhouse Community Support Staff  Position based in St. Louis, MO

 

Position Title: Clubhouse Community Support Staff

Location: St. Louis, MO

Duration: full-time

Do you believe your passion is helping adults with mental illness live and work in the community with dignity?  Are you flexible and open to experiencing new challenges on a daily basis?  Do you regularly go above and beyond the call of duty? 

If so, Independence Center is seeking a full-time Clubhouse Community Support Staff at their offices in the Central West End at 4245 Forest Park Ave. The Clubhouse Community Support Staff works one on one with members, our clients, to achieve the highest level of independence possible. Improved health and quality of life for members is the desirable outcome.

Company Background:

In partnership with Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Independence Center is a nonprofit organization committed to providing a  comprehensive system of high quality programs and services to assist adults in the St. Louis metropolitan area with serious and persistent mental illnesses to live and work in the community, independently and with dignity.

To accomplish its mission, the Center promotes rehabilitation and employment, provides educational, social and housing opportunities and offers training in its approach to community based care. For more information, please visit www.independencecenter.org.

If this sounds like a perfect match to you, please apply on the website below by completing a profile, clicking on the location Barnes-Jewish Hospital, and searching for Independence Center staff. 

http://www.bjc.org/Jobs

Minimum Requirements

Independence Center Staff I requires a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Service Field

Independence Center Staff II requires a Master’s degree in Human Service Field

Experience

Less than one year - 1 year

 

Preferred Requirements

Experience in mental health

2-5 years of overall experience

 

Benefits Statement
- Comprehensive medical, dental, life insurance, and disability plan options
- Pension Plan

- 401(k) plan
- Tuition Assistance
- Health Care and Dependent Care Reimbursement Accounts
- On-Site Fitness Center (depending on location)
- Paid Time Off Program for vacation, holiday and sick time 

Community Support Responsibilities

  • Partner with members to achieve positive outcomes in the following areas, including but not limited to: employment, education, housing, social, legal, substance abuse, physical health, mental health.
  • Assist members with identifying and accessing benefits including SSDI, SSI. Food Stamps, Medicaid, SCLP, Section 8, etc.
  • Proactively address needs before situations become crises.
  • Support member through crisis situations by identifying the seriousness of the problem, accessing needed services, assisting with hospitalization, and ensuring follow-up.
  • Coordinate services with other care providers and supports including but not limited to: unit staff, employment staff, Midwest Psychiatry, Community Care, Residential staff, Healthcare Home staff, physicians, therapists, case workers, Guardians, Vocational Rehabilitation, other community agencies, and family members when appropriate
  • Identify individual's needs, strengths and talents.  Help individuals develop skills, access resources and learn to manage illness in order to be successful in the living, working, learning and social environments of their choice.
  • Develop a good rapport with individuals, establish trust and partner with individuals to find and develop the resources, knowledge and supports that they need in order to live a healthy, fulfilling and productive life
  • Assure that members have a complete, accurate and meaningful individual plan and provide services in accordance to their plan. Implement, update and revise as needed the individual plan assuring that it identifies specific, measurable and individualized interventions to reduce and manage symptoms, improve functioning, develop stability, enhance independence, and ultimately improve quality of life.
  • Complete all notes, quarterly reviews, and other required paperwork collaboratively with members in a way that promotes dignity, understanding and desired outcomes. Assure quality of documentation by clearly describing the need for services, the intervention provided and role of CSS.
  • Diligently work to assure that members are fully engaged in services by using traditional and creative approaches. Problem solve with supervisor and other staff when obstacles present themselves.
  • Assist members with locating, obtaining and maintaining safe, decent and affordable housing in the community.
  • Maintain contact with individuals who are hospitalized for psychiatric or medical reasons. Maintain contact with healthcare providers and participate in/ facilitate discharge planning.
  • Function as Wellness Coach in order to improve health outcomes. Work with individuals to make healthy lifestyle changes such as healthy eating, physical activity and tobacco cessation.
  • Complete all documentation on time and notify supervisor if an extraordinary circumstance gets in the way. It is expected that staff proactively ask for help with time management if needed. Expectations: CS notes are to be completed no later than 72 hours after the intervention (best practice is 24 hour turnaround). Quarterly reviews are to be completed within the 30 days following the end of the Quarter being reviewed.
  • Consistently meet billing target of 90 units per week and notify supervisor if an extraordinary circumstance gets in the way. It is expected that staff proactively ask for help with time management if needed.
Independence Center seeks Clubhouse Employment Staff  Position based in St. Louis, MO

Position Title: Independence Center Clubhouse Employment Staff

Location: St. Louis, MO

Duration: full-time

Do you believe your passion is helping adults with mental illness live and work in the community with dignity?  Are you flexible and open to experiencing new challenges on a daily basis?  Do you regularly go above and beyond the call of duty? 

If so, Independence Center is seeking a full-time Clubhouse Employment Staff at their offices in the Central West End at 4245 Forest Park Ave.  The Clubhouse Employment Staff works with the unit team and is responsible for assisting members, our clients, with obtaining and maintaining work through transitional, supported and independent employment opportunities. Employment staff also work with Vocational Rehabilitation to support members and bill for services provided to members. Employment placement and retention are the desirable outcomes.

Company Background:

In partnership with Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Independence Center is a nonprofit organization committed to providing a  comprehensive system of high quality programs and services to assist adults in the St. Louis metropolitan area with serious and persistent mental illnesses to live and work in the community, independently and with dignity.

To accomplish its mission, the Center promotes rehabilitation and employment, provides educational, social and housing opportunities and offers training in its approach to community based care. For more information, please visit www.independencecenter.org.

If this sounds like a perfect match to you, please apply on the website below by completing a profile, clicking on the location Barnes-Jewish Hospital, and searching for Independence Center staff.

http://www.bjc.org/Jobs

Minimum Requirements

Independence Center Staff I requires a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Service Field

Independence Center Staff II requires a Master’s degree in Human Service Field

Experience

Less than one year - 1 year

Preferred Requirements

Experience in mental health

2-5 years of overall experience

 

Benefits Statement

  • Comprehensive medical, dental, life insurance, and disability plan options
  • Pension Plan
  • 401(k) plan
  • Tuition Assistance
  • Health Care and Dependent Care Reimbursement Accounts
  • On-Site Fitness Center (depending on location)
  • Paid Time Off Program for vacation, holiday and sick time

Employment Staff Responsibilities

  • Foster an atmosphere of belief in all member’s ability to work
  • Complete Placement Manager training annually and fulfill placement manager responsibilities
  • Provide as much support as needed to assist members with employment goals -  act as trainer, troubleshooter, bus trainer, follow-along support, benefits counselor, advocate and liaison with the employer for TE/SE position
  • Provide customer service to employer through relationship building and education
  • Attend, participate and facilitate employment meetings/celebration
  • Encourage members to break the cycle of TE through job development activities and support members seeking supported or independent employment
  • Assist with resume development, interview skills and job searches as necessary
  • Assist members with understanding how their benefits will be affected by working including SSDI, SSI. Food Stamps, Medicaid, SCLP, Section 8, etc. Employment staff will utilize onsite Benefits Specialists when needed.
  • Complete the Career Profile for all members interested in SE. The Profile will be updated with each new job experience
  • Responsible to assure that members have first contact with employer within 30 days of completion of career profile.
  • Discuss member’s preference for disclosure of psychiatric status to employers, including possible costs and benefits and specific information to be disclosed.
  • Develop employment objectives to be included in Independence Center’s Individual Plan.
  • Coordinate services with family and other providers including BJC Behavioral Health, physicians, therapists, case workers, Voc Rehab, and other agencies
  • Conducts job development and job search activities directed toward positions that are individualized to the interests and uniqueness of the members staff are working with.
  • Build relationships with employers by conducting at least six employer contacts each week to learn about local businesses and employer needs, to talk about specific members and Independence Center’s employment programs.
  • Spends at least 65% or more of total work hours in the community engaging members, contacting employers for job development and providing follow-along supports.
  • Provides individualized follow-along supports to assist members in maintaining employment. Provides frequent face-to-face supports during the first month of a new job and at least monthly after working steadily.
  • Provides education and support to employers as agreed upon by the member – this may include negotiating job accommodations and follow-along contact with the employer.
  • Provides outreach as necessary to members who are disengaged including phone, job and home visits.
  • Function as a liaison with Vocational Rehabilitation.

 

Independence Center seeks Clubhouse Unit Staff  Position based in St. Louis, MO

 

 Position Title: Clubhouse Unit Staff


Location:
St. Louis, MO

Duration: full-time

Do you believe your passion is helping adults with mental illness live and work in the community with dignity?  Are you flexible and open to experiencing new challenges on a daily basis?  Do you regularly go above and beyond the call of duty? 

If so, Independence Center is seeking a full-time Clubhouse Unit Staff at their offices in the Central West End at 4245 Forest Park Ave. The Clubhouse Unit Staff works within a team setting and is responsible for engaging members, our clients, to build relationships and take advantage of opportunities within the Clubhouse program.  The desirable outcomes are hope, personal growth and a higher quality of life for the member. Connection to this unique community leads to a life of achievement and fulfillment.

Company Background:

In partnership with Barnes Jewish Hospital, Independence Center is a nonprofit organization committed to providing a  comprehensive system of high quality programs and services to assist adults in the St. Louis metropolitan area with serious and persistent mental illnesses to live and work in the community, independently and with dignity.

To accomplish its mission, the Center promotes rehabilitation and employment, provides educational, social and housing opportunities and offers training in its approach to community based care. For more information, please visit www.independencecenter.org.

If this sounds like a perfect match for you, please apply on the website below by completing a profile, clicking on the location Barnes-Jewish Hospital, and searching for Independence Center staff.

http://www.bjc.org/Jobs

Minimum Requirements

Independence Center Staff I requires a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Service Field

Independence Center Staff II requires a Master’s degree in Human Service Field 

Experience

Less than one year - 1 year

Preferred Requirements

Experience in mental health

2-5 years of overall experience

Benefits Statement
-  Comprehensive medical, dental, life insurance, and disability plan options
-  Pension Plan
-  401(k) plan
-  Tuition Assistance
-  Health Care and Dependent Care Reimbursement Accounts
-  On-Site Fitness Center (depending on location)
-  Paid Time Off Program for vacation, holiday and sick time 

Unit Staff Responsibilities

Work Ordered Day:

  • Build genuine relationships through working side-by side
  • Identify individual members’ strengths and talents and offer opportunities for meaningful work.
  • Assure work is visible, accessible and sufficient to engage all members all day in all aspects of the Clubhouse.
    • Support, encourage, redirect and creatively involve all members in the clubhouse
    • Assume bottom line responsibility for engaging members in the successful completion of ALL unit work.
    • Facilitate and participate daily in unit meetings, TE meetings, Clubhouse meetings, and philosophy/policy meetings-assuring full member participation
    • Be aware of members not in attendance and ensure effective outreach
    • Assist members with creating and updating a meaningful plan that has measurable goals. Partner with member’s to achieve their goals.
    • Complete weekly notes on time and with good quality.
    • Be responsive to feedback from others: member, coworkers, Team Leads etc…

Community Support:

  • Partner with members to achieve positive outcomes in the following areas, including but not limited to: employment, education, housing, social, legal, substance abuse, physical health, mental health.
    • Assist members with identifying and accessing benefits including SSDI, SSI. Food Stamps, Medicaid, SCLP, Section 8, etc.
    • Proactively address needs before situations become crises.
    • Support member through crisis situations by identifying the seriousness of the problem, accessing needed services, assisting with hospitalization, and ensuring follow-up.
    • Coordinate services with other care providers including BJC Behavioral Health, physicians, therapists, case workers, Vocation Rehabilitation, and other agencies.

Employment:

  • Foster an atmosphere of belief in all member’s ability to work
  • Complete Placement Manager training annually and fulfill placement manager responsibilities.
  • Encourage members to break the cycle of TE through job development activities and support members seeking supported or independent employment
  • Assist with resume development, interview skills, job searches and support members in keeping their job.

Education:

  • Foster an atmosphere of belief in all members’ ability to further their education.
  • Promptly assist members with application, registration, financial aid, linkage to school supports and any other supports necessary to succeed.
  • Complete education “Placement Management” training annually and fulfill responsibilities.

Housing:

  • Assure that all members have a safe, decent, and affordable home of their choice.
  • Promptly address homelessness.
  • Provide supports to help members live independently.

Wellness:

  • Create a culture of wellness by educating, motivating and celebrating.

 

Partner with members to make lifestyle changes such as healthy eating, physical activity and tobacco cessation.

 

Complete Wellness Coach training and fulfill responsibilities.

Social:

  • Work with members to plan and promote special social events on evenings, weekends, and holidays.
  • Connect with members outside of the Work Ordered Day by truly participating in activities.
  • Broaden relationships, be yourself, create a festive atmosphere and have fun.
Connections Place Society seeks Executive Director  Position based in Victoria, B.C.

 

July 26, 2017

Position Opening: Connections Place Society, Executive Director

The Board of Directors of the newly organized Connections Place Clubhouse located in Victoria, B. C. is seeking a founding Executive Director. Connections Place Society Clubhouse is a not-for-profit organization that will provide services and opportunities for people living with mental illness in the Greater Victoria area.

The Executive Director is responsible for working in partnership with the Board of Directors, the members (Clubhouse participants), staff and community leaders to continuously achieve the mission and goals of the organization. In particular, as the founding Executive Director, s/he will have the responsibility of start-up operations at the Clubhouse’s first site and eventually directing the move to the Clubhouse’s permanent future site. The Executive Director will be responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Clubhouse including administration, finances, personnel, public relations, fundraising, program development, communications, marketing, and quality assurance.

The Board of Directors of Connections Place Clubhouse is looking for a highly motivated and talented individual to develop and lead our new, exciting and innovative project. It is our intention to create a strong Clubhouse program for people living with mental illness following the International Standards for Clubhouse Programs. www.clubhouse-intl.org

The ideal candidate will have:

· A university or college degree in human services, psychology, social work public administration or related fields

· A minimum of three to five years’ experience working with people living with mental illness

· An understanding and commitment to the Clubhouse model of psychiatric rehabilitation and its underlying values and principles

· Experience in not-for-profit and human service program management

· Experience working with a Board of Directors

· Experience in fundraising, public relations, public advocacy and local and senior levels of government

· Excellent writing, public speaking and computer skills

Additionally, the ideal candidate will:

· Have a strong work ethic and the ability to work long and flexible hours

· Work well with a diverse group of people

· Be able to effectively communicate in a variety of formats

The Connections Place Clubhouse is an innovative community-based program for people living with mental illness. The program is organized around the concept of building a community of people who are committed to each other’s success.  Participation in the Clubhouse gives individuals the opportunity to join or rejoin the worlds of friendships, important work, employment, education and to access the healthcare and social services and supports they may individually need.

Connections Place Clubhouse is a welcoming and restorative environment for people who have had their lives drastically disrupted and need the support of others who believe that recovery from mental illness is possible.

For best consideration, Send resume by September 1 to:

Jackie Powell, Chair, Connections Place Society, 2063 Renfrew Road, Victoria, B.C. V8P 1S3

Jackie.Powell@ConnectionsPlace.org 

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Circle City Clubhouse seeks Assistant Director  Position based in Indianapolis, IN

Circle City Clubhouse

Job Title -   Assistant Director

Circle City Clubhouse is seeking an energetic and dedicated individual to serve as our Assistant Director.

The Assistant Director will provide leadership for and day to day management of all program aspects of Circle City Clubhouse, ensure that the Clubhouse operates in accordance with the Clubhouse International Standards, and maintain compliance with all state and other regulations.   The Assistant Director will be responsible for providing clinical supervision for Clubhouse program staff as required by the state of Indiana for Medicaid services. 

The Assistant Director will also, as necessary, share Clubhouse program staff’s generalist role including employment, housing, evening / weekend, and unit responsibilities, working with staff to engage members in all aspects of Clubhouse operations. Provide training and coverage on transitional employment job positions. Provide coverage on rotating basis for evening, weekend, and holiday social activities.

Opened in February of 2015, Circle City Clubhouse is an independently owned and operated Clubhouse accredited by Clubhouse International.   Circle City Clubhouse is a growing community, currently serving just over 100 active members with continued growth expected.

Qualifications

Master’s Degree or higher in social work, psychology, or related field required. 

Valid Clinical Licensure or eligibility for clinical licensure in the State of Indiana required.

Preferred management or supervisory experience in a Clubhouse, or other strengths based, consumer centered models of care for persons recovering from mental illness.

Experience working with persons with mental illness within the Clubhouse model, or with strengths based or consumer centered models of care required.  

Familiarity with Medicaid MRO service requirements and billing practices.

Valid Indiana driver’s license and vehicle insurance.

Computer skills and proficiency with MS Office applications.

Ability to work with minimal supervision and as a member of a team.

Self-motivated, organized, and able to handle multiple tasks.

Strong communication skills.

Ability to work flexible hours, including some evening, weekend, and holiday hours.

Ability for some travel both within and out of state, including attendance at a 2-3 week Clubhouse training located outside of Indianapolis.

Ability to speak Spanish or another language plus.

Energy, flexibility, and commitment to the Clubhouse International model.

Compensation:   Salary and benefits are commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Instructions for applying:   Please send your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to Jay Brubaker, Executive Director, Circle City Clubhouse via email at jay@centralindianaclubhouse.org; or by mail to Attn: Jay Brubaker, Circle City Clubhouse, 4141 Office Plaza Blvd., Indianapolis, IN 46254.  

Northstar Clubhouse seeks Program Coordinator  Position based in Portland, OR

Job Details

Level:  Experienced

Job Location:  USA [OR, Portland]

Position Type:  Full Time

Education Level:  4 Year Degree

Salary Range:  $40,000.00 - $0.00

Travel Percentage:  None

Job Shift:  Day

Job Category:  Health Care

 

Description

Summary

The NorthStar Program Coordinator has the overall responsibility for the day-to-day operations, fiscal stability and continued growth and development of the

clubhouse program. The Coordinator will work to develop the clubhouse in accordance with the International Standards for Clubhouse Programs and support the program in obtaining full credentialing with Clubhouse International over a nine month period.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Demonstrate leadership by consistently modeling enthusiasm, commitment and a belief in the Clubhouse Model. Provide clarity regarding the Clubhouse Model to staff and members as needed.
  • Coordinate and oversee the daily operations of the clubhouse.
  • Recruit, hire, and provide ongoing supervision to all staff and complete regular supervision and performance evaluations in accordance with Luke-Dorf personnel policies. Recruit staff and volunteers to effectively support members and program development activities when needed.
  • Facilitate meetings and workgroups to ensure that members have an ongoing voice in the development and operation of the clubhouse.
  • Oversee the recruitment of members through community outreach and collaboration.
  • Identify training needs for staff and provide in-house training as needed. Send generalist staff to clubhouse training at a CI certified training base (as funding is available).
  • Monitor program effectiveness.
  • While maintaining an upbeat, welcoming, encouraging and hopeful attitude towards all members, make every attempt to engage members in the work that is available within the “Work-Ordered Day.” Develop meaningful work as needed to ensure members can be engaged to the degree desired.
  • Attend to facility maintenance, cleanliness and safety to ensure a safe work environment for members and other staff.
  • Maintain clear ethical boundaries and confidentiality according to agency policies and procedures.
  • Work as a team and interact with co-workers with respect and dignity.
  • Manage time effectively in order to accomplish the work described in this job description.
  • Know and work within the guidelines of the International Standards for Clubhouse Programs and Luke-Dorf policies and procedures.
  • With the Luke-Dorf Accounting Manager and the NorthStar Advisory Board, assist in the development of the annual program budget and monitor budget expenditures throughout the year.

Other General Expectations:

  • Attend and positively participate in required meetings.
  • Pursue ongoing development of skills and competencies.
  • Adhere to any applicable ethics codes of Luke-Dorf Inc., including boundaries and confidentiality.
  • Maintain current Drivers License and automobile insurance.
  • Follow through on all directives and instructions of supervisor or other managers.
  • Work effectively with the Luke-Dorf Management Team to support the effectiveness of the organization.
  • Maintain security of all Luke-Dorf, Inc. corporate interests.
  • Maintain CPR and First Aid Certificate.

Positions Reporting: (Listing of job incumbents reporting into this position)

NorthStar Generalist(s); program interns and volunteers, if any.

Qualifications

Incumbent Qualifications

Education/Experience:

  • Two years experience in fundraising and public relations required.
  • Two years experience with program/budget development and management required.
  • Demonstrated understanding of the challenges of those living with mental illness required.
  • Minimum two years program development and managerial/supervisory experience preferred.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in a social services discipline required; Master’s Degree preferred.
  • Trauma-Informed Care services required.

Language Skills

Ability to read, analyze, and interpret professional journals and government regulations.

  • Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and psychosocial reports.
  • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups or colleagues, staff, members, and the general public.

Mathematical Skills/Computer Skills

  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
  • Ability to compute ratio, rate and percentages and to draw and interpret bar graphs.
  • Experience with Microsoft software and ability to utilize a computer to track member participation.

Reasoning Ability

  • Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
  • Ability to interpret an extensive variety of instructions and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.

Job Knowledge:

  • Knowledge and belief in the recovery for individuals with mental illness.
  • At least 5 years of experience working, volunteering, or lived experience (or any combination of) with individuals who have chronic mental illness and/or co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse disorders.
  • Knowledge of and ability to implement programs according to the International Standards for Clubhouse Programs preferred.
  • Knowledge of and ability to implement the principles of psychosocial rehabilitation preferred.
  • Knowledge of contracting for clubhouse services with county/state agencies preferred.

Knowledge of CI Standards preferred; experience in developing or managing a CI Clubhouse preferred.

Job Competencies:

  • Leadership skills that result in the development of a clubhouse that helps its membership achieve positive outcomes (social and vocational).
  • Ability to work with the Advisory Board to ensure the development and sustainability of NorthStar.
  • Ability to work effectively with diverse groups of people.
  • Familiarity with community support systems, health care and human service resources.
  • Good organizational and time management skills.
  • Excellent writing, public speaking, and computer skills.
  • Knowledge of, and ability to, adhere to a professional code of ethics.

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Plan Clubhouse of North Texas seeks Staff Generalist  Position based in Dallas, TX

Jewish Family Service/PLAN CLUBHOUSE – STAFF GENERALIST Job Description

The PLAN CLUBHOUSE OF NORTH TEXAS, a program under Jewish Family Service of Greater Dallas, is dedicated to the social, educational and vocational rehabilitation of men and women with serious and persistent mental illness. The Staff Generalist position requires flexibility, teamwork and strong time management skills. Members and staff work side-by-side in the running of the Clubhouse. Work is the central tool in helping our members with their recovery.

For more information our program we request that you check out www.clubhouse-intl.org and www.planntx.org prior to applying for this position.

Excellent benefit plan that includes: paid vacation, sick time, health, vision and dental insurance, and a 403(b) retirement plan, when eligible.

Compensation: $13-$15/hour; commensurate with education and experience

Position Description:
This opportunity will suit enthusiastic and self-motivated team players with a strong work ethic and commitment to support the organization’s overall strategic direction and in accordance with the Clubhouse International Standards.  Our organization operates according to a “Work-Ordered Day” and our members participate in three “work units.” – 1- Outcome & Outreach, 2 – Health & Wellness and 3 – Education & Employment.   Responsibilities may include: plan, shop for and help prepare healthy and nutritious meals on a regular basis; assist in teaching members’ data collection and computer skills; help create the monthly calendar and podcast; reach out to local businesses about employment opportunities for the Transitional Employment program; as well as chaperone and participate in socialization events.    Additionally, the role of staff is to work one-on-one with specifically assigned members in goal setting and follow up, assisting with health and wellness activities of daily living.  This is a full-time, non-exempt position, which requires a rotation of weekend and holiday hours. Jewish Family Service is an equal opportunity employer.

For this position we are looking for someone who:
• Has strong communication and computer skills, is acquainted with social media and enjoys involving others in activities.
• Has completed his/her Bachelor's Degree (preferred)
• Is detail oriented
• Is not afraid to get his/her hands dirty
• Is a compassionate, calm and patient with those who may struggle with anxiety and a creative problem solver
• Is comfortable working in a fast paced/active, sometimes noisy, environment


Qualifications:

  • • Strong organizational skills
    • Valid Class C driver's license, proof of insurance and reliable transportation and must be at least 25 years old in order to transport members.
    • Able to pass a background check
    • Able to work independently and as part of a team, to engage others in activities, rather than do them yourself
    • Must be able to lift 30 lbs.,
    • Highly Reliable with a strong work ethic
    • High energy with a positive attitude

         Note: You may be asked to and be able to attend a 2 to 3 week out of town Clubhouse training program.

Education/Experience Requirements:

Bachelor's Degree or Commensurate Experience in the Mental Health field

Clubhouse experience or familiarity a plus

Personal/familial experience with mental illness a plus

Contact:

Email Ruth Josenhans, Jewish Family Service/Director PLAN Clubhouse, with resume to rjosenhans@jfsdallas.org.

Frontier Clubhouse seeks Vocational/Rehabilitation Counselor  Position based in Greeley, CO

JOB DESCRIPTION

  

JOB TITLE: Vocational/Rehabilitation Counselor - Clubhouse I

                    Vocational/Rehabilitation Counselor - Clubhouse II

SUPERVISOR: See Organizational Chart

CREATED: 11/04/2015  VERSION: 1

REVISED DATE_____  VERSION__ 

POSITION SUMMARY

Provides psychiatric rehabilitation services to adults with serious mental illness in an evidence-based, internationally accredited Clubhouse model program. Shares responsibilities in a generalist role for functions of the program such as employment, education, housing, unit activities, and social/fundraising events. Engages, mentors, and works side-by-side with members of the program to complete Clubhouse responsibilities and operations. Creates an environment of belonging, with a focus on member strengths, talents and interests. Assists members in developing vocational, educational, housing, and social goals and objectives. Interfaces with clinical staff regarding psychosocial and vocational objectives of members.

 

DUTIES PERFORMED

  1. Co-coordinate, plan and participate in unit responsibilities to meet program and member needs; facilitate tasks and projects through involvement of members in meaningful work by maximizing members’ skills, talents, engagement and leadership.

  2. Establish meaningful relationships with members through side-by-side work to complete daily tasks; provide redirection when needed and maintain healthy boundaries. Provide vocational and educational assistance within a continuum of high and low-intensity services to help members achieve self-defined success and to remove barriers.

  3. Provide assistance and guidance to members to develop and assess vocational, educational, and other personal goals; help remove barriers to success.

  4. Assist and advocate for members with community service providers and processes (i.e. housing, disability benefits, medical care, etc.).

  5. Present program benefits to local businesses and community groups; recruit and manage various employment sites in partnership with business representatives. Establish and maintain close and cooperative relationships with public agencies and community businesses in carrying out supportive services.

  6. Co-manage multiple transitional employment sites and provide activities to support members and employers (e.g. screen and choose members for employment, provide job coaching, maintain regular communication with employers, and provide on-site job coverage as necessary).

  7. Offer support, assistance, consultation, and education to employers, relevant providers, family members/caregivers, and other involved parties when necessary to adequately support members and minimize barriers. Provide general education to the community regarding program philosophy and related outcomes.

  8. Monitor, evaluate, and record client progress with respect to relevant treatment goals in an accurate and timely manner. Use electronic and manual systems to document progress reports, case management notes, letters, faxes and phone calls; confirm coding of services rendered is ethically appropriate and results in successful billing. Input, organize and maintain detailed clinical performance data to comply with applicable government or program requirements.

9. Demonstrate fiscal responsibility by supporting agency collection policies and procedures; work proactively with payor sources to ensure payment of services; align services with payor authorizations and/or request authorization prior to provision of service.

10. Meet guidelines and program requirements for fidelity and evidence-based Clubhouse model; ensure professional performance effectively and actively promotes the Standards for Clubhouse Model of Psychiatric Rehabilitation as developed by Clubhouse International.

11. Provide training and support to new members, interns, volunteers, and other Clubhouse colleagues as necessary.

12. Plan, participate in and facilitate fundraising, social/recreational activities, and special events.

13. Manage special projects as assigned by Program Director.

14. Perform other duties as assigned.

The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the types of duties and responsibilities that will be required of positions given this title and shall not be construed as a declaration of the specific duties and responsibilities of any particular position. Employees may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.

Some positions may focus on additional responsibilities, as follows:

  1. Coordinate and collaborate with the State of Colorado Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and other employment services regarding referrals, service provision, and support of member.

  2. Engage members in activities of employment preparedness, job seeking and development. Teach appropriate concepts, individually or in group format, to improve skills necessary for all stages of vocational development.

  3. Provide vocational assistance through various activities which may include vocational evaluations and profiles, facility-based and community-based assessments, work adjustment training, job coaching, vocational counseling, job development/placement, and ongoing support.

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES

Education/Credentials/Experience:

Vocational/Rehabilitation Counselor - Clubhouse I

REQUIRED

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services area from an accredited college or university

  • Valid Colorado Driver’s License with a driving record that meets agency insurability

    requirements as set forth for someone that must transport members of the program

  • Upon available funding, attend and participate in Clubhouse International training

    during course of employment (Three-week, out of state, Clubhouse training course)

PREFERRED

  • 1 year experience working with individuals with mental health and/or substance use disorder challenges in a milieu setting

  • Experience performing case management

  • Specific skills preferred based on work unit assignment (i.e. food service, accounting,

    etc.)

  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) highly desired

  • Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner

 

Vocational/Rehabilitation Counselor - Clubhouse II

REQUIRED

  • Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling or related Human Services area from an accredited college or university

  • 1 year experience working with individuals with mental health and/or substance use disorder challenges

  • Valid Colorado Driver’s License with a driving record that meets agency insurability requirements as set forth for someone that must transport members of the program

  • Upon available funding, attend and participate in Clubhouse International training during course of employment (Three-week, out of state, Clubhouse training course)

PREFERRED

  • Employment/career counseling, job sourcing and placement skills highly desired

  • Experience performing case management

  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) highly desired

  • Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner

Knowledge of:

  • Mild to severe mental health and/or substance use disorders/disabilities and recovery principles.
  • Professional and ethical guidelines as outlined by the State of Colorado.

  • Community resources, agencies, and services.

  • Motivational Interviewing process to engage clients in treatment/intervention approaches.

  • Basic and routine computer programs and software.

  • Basic and routine records maintenance and filing practices.

  • Workplace policies and professionalism.

  • Organizational structure, workflow and operating procedures.

    Skills/Abilities to:

  • Deconstruct projects and tasks to allow for multiple member involvement.

  • Effectively and positively communicate both orally and in writing with a wide range of individuals

    and constituencies, including under emotionally charged and stressful situations.

  • Plan, organize, time manage and prioritize multiple tasks and assignments in a dynamic environment

    with frequent distractions.

  • Work with diverse populations and be culturally sensitive.

  • Work independently and as a team member, maintain effective working relationships, and foster a

    positive, upbeat and cooperative work environment.

  • Perform tasks with a focus on exemplary customer service.

  • Maintain confidentiality.

    WORKING CONDITIONS

    Work primarily occurs onsite, but travel to offsite locations is required for community-based service provision and/or crisis management. Work hours can vary and flexible scheduling is required to adequately share evening, weekend, and holiday hours, as well as for fundraising/special events. Milieu engagement includes on-duty meal period.

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Clubhouse of Lehigh County seeks Director  Position based in Allentown, PA

Clubhouse Director

 

Department:  Mission Services

Supervisor:    Services Director – Allentown                           Revised:  9/1/16

  

BASIC FUNCTION

Develops, supervises, and monitors the activities of the Clubhouse, in collaboration with members and staff to assure the development of a Clubhouse environment that is supportive and work-centered and exceeds the expectations of its members, in support of the Mission.

JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

A. Maintain professional and technical knowledge by identifying and establishing training needs with  

    supervisor. Proactively initiates participation in appropriate training opportunities, both in-house

    and externally.

 

B. Contribute to team effort by maintaining communications with Goodwill associates, Supervisors,

     Internal and External customers. Maintains open communication between staff, members, and

     work units within the clubhouse environment. Promotes a team approach to decision-making

     within the clubhouse environment, including all staff and members in the process. Accomplishes

     related results as needed.

 

C. Participates in internal/external planning meetings as assigned/determined to build effective

     collaborative relationships, identify opportunities for internal collaboration and care in line with

     GKA strategic initiatives or in response to regional or state trends and which focus on the

     development of community resources and options for people with serious mental illness.

     Participate in state, national and international organizations to stay abreast of best practices and

     to contribute knowledge and experience such as PRA/PAPRS, PCC and Clubhouse International

 

D.  Manage daily operation of the clubhouse. Develops, monitors and coordinates all program

     components and activities. Coaches and counsels associates to improve performance by

     planning, monitoring, and appraising job results and staff outcomes. Completes annual

     performance evaluations of assigned staff . Assures ongoing training of staff in best practices

     Anticipates operational problems and implements pre-emptive corrective actions. Provides

     assistance to members in all areas, as needed Encourages member participation in the work-

     ordered day. Recruit, hire and train/orient Clubhouse staff, volunteers and interns; ensure all

     required HR documentation is completed. Provide and document regular supervision of staff,

     volunteers and interns, both individually and as a team. 

 

E.Maintain quality standards and service by working with members and staff to establish Clubhouse

    policies and procedures. Monitors workplace productivity and makes suggestions and/or changes

    in policies/procedures to improve productivity. Responds to questions/requests and provides clear

    direction to associates; monitor all CH member records to ensure timeliness, quality and

    maintenance of required documentation.  Collect/analyze data to monitor and assure quality

    services and achievement of program outcomes.  Ensure access to community resources and

    Clubhouse member self-advocacy e.g. legal, financial, medical, behavioral health, housing,

    education, employment, social/recreational, etc. through information gathering and dissemination.

    Provide crisis intervention strategies as needed; proactively manages risks to Clubhouse members

    and staff through development of standardized procedures related to safety and crisis

    management.

 

F. Ensure that Clubhouse standards are adhered to by familiarization with, understanding of, and

    enforcement of established ICCD standards. Oversees the education of associates and members

    as to the established ICCD standards. Reviews compliance with established ICCD

    standards on an ongoing basis.

 

G. Achieve financial objectives by developing operating budget with Director and monitoring same to

    control expenses, track revenue, etc. Track Clubhouse fiscal activity daily and document as

    necessary Operate program within budget, working in cooperation with GKA administrative/finance

    staff; facilitate/monito petty cash; deposit/track fundraising contributions.  Actively engage in

    ongoing discussions with primary and potential funding sources including the County, OVR and

    appropriate behavioral health managed care entities. Develop and revise program policies and

    procedures as needed to meet funding source requirements and to further the program’s mission

    and vision.  Implement ongoing fundraising projects to enrich program and to assure funds to

    assist members achieve their goals or for those in crisis or to enhance recreational, educational

    and social opportunities.

 

H. Develop Clubhouse Advisory Board to ensure ongoing community support, education, guidance

    and important connections to advance the Clubhouse mission and ensure opportunities for

    greater community integration of Clubhouse members.

 

I.  Markets programs by developing and implementing a comprehensive marketing plan; by

    overseeing the development of appropriate marketing materials. Represents the Clubhouse at

    relevant meetings in the community. Provides outreach services to the community at large

    regarding Clubhouse philosophy and purpose.

 

J. Coordinates member services by assisting with and monitoring new member application/orientation

    process. Regular coordinates ongoing Clubhouse meetings.  Review all new referrals, monitor

    admissions, ensure all new admission documentation is completed; ensure program is

    meeting/exceeding capacity in persons served/service hours

  

K. Promotes an environment of workplace safety by training and informing others regarding safety

     standards/precautions; by monitoring safety of sites and taking corrective action by assuring that

     regulatory safety requirements; performs all duties in a safe manner; adheres to all safety rules

     and ensures that staff assigned adhere to all safety rules.

 

L. Communicates progress and concerns to the Services Director in a timely manner.

 

POSITIONS SUPERVISED

Clubhouse Unit Managers

 

JOB SPECIFICATIONS

BA/BS Degree in human services field; Master’s degree preferred

Minimum of three years in a position in a related human services field; strongly prefer experience in the mental health field; Strongly prefer that training within the last 2 years has included psychiatric rehabilitation training; minimum of one year of supervisory/management experience.

Holds CPRP certification or CPRP to be attained within 2 years of hire

Must have ACT 34 clearance

Excellent oral and written communication skills; comfortable with public speaking

Commitment to the clubhouse philosophy

Ability to independently organize work to completion

Ability to manage multiple priorities and perform work in a flexible environment with limited routine or standardization of work projects

Must complete and successfully pass State background check, Child Abuse Clearance and FBI Clearance

 

 

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Applicants may apply by going to: yourgoodwill.org and searching under the Careers Tab

 

 

Club Cadillac seeks Clubhouse Generalist and Team Leader  Position based in Cadillac, MI

Come work in a small leading accredited clubhouse program.  Be part of our experienced team functioning as a clubhouse generalist and team leader, working side by side with members of our clubhouse.  Primary responsibilities include engaging  clubhouse members in completing tasks and promoting a vibrant work ordered day.  Assist members as a job coach on transitional employment positions.  Help with job development of new transitional employment placements.   Aid members to return to school, maintain independent living, and return to paid employment.   Create fun social events and holiday activities.  Uphold best practices of the Clubhouse Model and fidelity to the International Clubhouse Standards.       

Candidate must have a strong recovery mindset, a high level of dedication, and personal initiative.    

Preferred candidate will have a licensed degree in social work or psychology (BSW, MSW, LPC) but may consider unlicensed candidate with previous Clubhouse experience.  Must be willing to attend 2-3 week clubhouse training at a Clubhouse International training base. 

Club Cadillac is a small rural town in the beautiful forests of Northern Michigan about 40 minutes from Lake Michigan.  Cadillac is noted for its winter and summer tourism, with two recreation lakes, miles of forest trails, and ski slopes in town. 

Here is the official posting with our auspice agency: 

http://www.northernlakescmh.org/about-us/employment-opportunities/supports-coordinator-club-cadillac/

Salary range: $44,611-$53,111 for licensed candidate. 

Completive benefits package including yearly raises, health insurance, and retirement.

Send resume and salary history to: Human Resources, Northern Lakes CMH, 105 Hall St., Ste. A, Traverse City, MI 49684 or E-mail to hr@nlcmh.org and Club Cadillac Andrew.ulrich@nlcmh.org

For more information or further questions, please contact Andy Ulrich, Director of Club Cadillac.  
 
Andrew Ulrich
Director - Club Cadillac
 
Club Cadillac
2105 6th Ave
Cadillac, MI 49601

 

 

Fountain House seeks Social Practitioner  Position based in New York, NY

Job Advertisement

Company Background

Fountain House, a world-renowned community mental health organization, successfully addresses the devastating impact of serious mental illness.  Founded in New York City in 1948 with the belief that people living with mental illness can be active participants in their own and each other’s recovery. Each year, over 1,300 members come to Fountain House to contribute their talents, learn new skills, access opportunities and forge new friendships.  

Fountain House creates a culture that transforms lives. Our members, in partnership with staff, operate employment, education, housing and wellness programs. They perform all activities, including advocacy, administrative support, building maintenance and food preparation that keep our community going.   Members hold jobs, graduate from schools, develop social networks and experience fewer hospitalizations and improved overall health.  Increased fulfillment, sense of purpose, and stability inevitably follow.

Fountain House has inspired the creation of hundreds of similar programs in 34 countries that serve more than 100,000 people annually.  In 2014, the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation recognized our global reach and the efficacy of our evidence-based model with the prestigious Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize.

Position:         Social Practitioner

Reports To:   Unit Leader

Job Summary:

Fountain House is looking for creative, dynamic and community-focused individuals to provide direct support to adults with serious mental illness in an innovative community-based program. For nearly seventy years, Fountain House has used a person-in-environment approach to create working communities that help individuals with mental illness to successfully manage their recovery.  Candidates would join a team of five staff and approximately thirty individuals with mental illness to create a holistic community of recovery that follows our evidence-based model.

Job Functions:

  • Case management.
  • Individual vocational supports.
  • Engage individuals in the Fountain House community as part of their rehabilitation.
  • Use the community to design positive interventions to deal with common barriers such as social isolation, poor self-esteem, anxiety, symptom management and poverty.
  • Work in a team environment.

 

Other Requirements:

  • Master’s degree required.
    • Positive, dynamic and engaging personality.
    • Flexibility, as demonstrated by interchangeability with other staff on the unit, staying late or arriving early, if necessary to fulfill unit or member needs.
      • Working knowledge of mental illness.
      • Experience working in a community setting.
      • Non-clinical, community approach.
      • Driver's License preferred.
      • Bi-lingual preferred.

Starting Salary: $42K with Master’s degree, $45K with MSW degree

Benefits:

  1. Paid Time Off and Ten (10) Paid Holidays
  2. Paid Bereavement Leave
  3. Medical, dental and vision plans (contribution towards premium required)
  4. Life Insurance
  5. Voluntary Life Insurance
  6. Whole Life Insurance
  7. Short-Term Disability
  8. Long-Term Disability
  9. Supplemental Disability
  10. Workers’ Compensation
  11. Tuition Assistance
  12. Pension Plan
  13. Tax Deferred Annuity
  14. Flexible Spending Accounts

To apply for this position, you must view website at www.fountainhouse.org.  If interested, please submit your resume and cover letter via e-mail to resumes@fountainhouse.org.  NO PHONE CALLS.  EEO

Fountain House seeks Unit Leader  Position based in New York, NY

Job Advertisement

Position: Unit Leader

Reports To: Program Director

Company Background:

Fountain House successfully addresses the devastating impact of serious mental illness. We were founded in New York City in 1948 with the belief that people living with mental illness can be active participants in their own and each other’s recovery. Each year, over 1,300 members come to Fountain House to contribute their talents, learn new skills, access opportunities and forge new friendships.  

Fountain House creates a culture that transforms lives. Our members, in partnership with staff, operate employment, education, housing and wellness programs. They perform all activities, including advocacy, administrative support, building maintenance and food preparation that keep our community going.   Members hold jobs, graduate from schools, develop social networks and experience fewer hospitalizations and improved overall health.  Increased fulfillment, sense of purpose, and stability inevitably follow.

Fountain House has inspired the creation of hundreds of similar programs in 34 countries that serve more than 100,000 people annually.  In 2014, the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation recognized our global reach and the efficacy of our evidence-based model with the prestigious Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize.

Job Summary:

Central to the successful performance of the Unit Leader position is the concept of management through partnership.  The Unit Leader will be called upon to consult or otherwise work in conjunction with a variety of other senior staff, experienced members and others in order to successfully fulfill the roles and functions of the job.

The Unit Leader directly supervises all unit staff, is accountable for the well-being and progress of the members of the unit, the competency and proficiency of the staff of the unit and is responsible and accountable for the quality, quantity and timeliness of the work functions and/or products of the unit.  The expectation for Unit Leaders is that they work closely and collaboratively with members and staff of their unit and around the clubhouse to achieve the goals of Fountain House, as articulated through the Fountain House vision and mission statements, and in so doing, foster an atmosphere of collegiality and congeniality that facilitates implementing and sustaining the basic philosophy of the clubhouse, in alignment with the International Standards for Clubhouses.

Job Functions:

Provide leadership in the areas summarized above, using the following methodologies:

  1. Supervision, support and guidance of unit staff in their development and performance, as well as their participation in the larger Fountain House community.
  2. Role modeling for member and staff through engagement and working alongside unit members performing unit tasks.
  3. Ensure that members have access to all necessary and desired opportunities, up to and including, assisting members with all aspects of community support services (including paid work, housing and entitlements).
  4. Participatory leadership in hiring, nurturing, and fostering positive atmosphere, and active role in the growth and development of staff and members. 
  5. Ability to supervise staff and provide open and honest feedback, and when necessary, follow the disciplinary process, including termination of unit staff. 
  6. Promote staff and member participation.
  7. Responsible for developing and overseeing ongoing quality improvement efforts.
  8. Co-management of Transitional Employment (“TE”) Placements, with an eye to developing co-managers as better TE managers, as well as expanding the TE, Supported Employment (“SE”) and Independent Employment (“IE”) system by actively seeking out additional paid work opportunities, as they may arise, through TE or other contracts.
  9. Active participation in the maintenance of the unit and Fountain House in general. 
  10. Ensure that unit staff prepare and submit paperwork (including monthly progress notes, reports, etc.) in a consistent and timely manner.
  11. Coordinate unit coverage and participation in House-wide activities, events and duties, such as; High Point, house and community meetings, colleague and in-house training, and orientation of new staff and members, etc.
  12. When scheduled, perform other roles, such as early morning house opening, evening and weekend shifts, etc.
  13. Sign off on progress notes, as well as use Awards to update goals and record member progress.
  14. Understand, implement and provide guidance and supervision, while adhering to Fountain House administrative, fiscal and personnel policies and procedures.
  15. Masters in social work or another human services field preferred with at least three years of experience in mental health;
  16. Knowledge and understanding and of mental illness, including previous relevant paid employment experience, education and life experience;
  17. Positive, energetic, dynamic and engaging personality;
  18. Ability to lift at least 30 pounds and be on your feet most of the day;
  19. Flexibility, as demonstrated by interchangeability with other staff on the unit, as well as throughout Fountain House, staying late or arriving early, if necessary, to fulfill unit or member needs;
  20. Excellent organizational skills that promote system design and development at the Unit level, maximizing accessibility of the work for all members and staff, while ensuring a timely and quality product;
  21. Pride and a sense of ownership and investment in the clubhouse;
  22. Person-oriented and centered team approach, as evidenced by and through building partnerships and alliances that start with the individuals and coalesce into stronger entities through a synergistic effect, stemming from individual strengths and talents to formulate a tightly meshed and supportive community;
  23. Commitment to, and understanding of, the International Standards for Clubhouses, such as the ability to define the Standards through actions, role-modeling and verbal communications and discussions and;
    1. Computer knowledge with an interest and ability to learn Information Technology and encourage staff and members of the unit to take advantage of the Fountain House trainings and technologies that are available.

Other Requirements or Preferred Characteristics:

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Benefits:

  1. Paid Time Off and Ten (10) Paid Holidays
  2. Paid Bereavement Leave
  3. Medical, dental and vision plans (contribution towards premium required)
  4. Life Insurance
  5. Voluntary Life Insurance
  6. Whole Life Insurance
  7. Short-Term Disability
  8. Long-Term Disability
  9. Supplemental Disability
  10. Workers’ Compensation
  11. Tuition Assistance
  12. Pension Plan
  13. Tax Deferred Annuity
  14. Flexible Spending Accounts

To apply for this position, you must view website at www.fountainhouse.org.  If interested, please submit your resume and cover letter via e-mail to fhhrresume@yahoo.com, or fax to 646-395-7391.  NO PHONE CALLS.  EEO

The Meeting Place Clubhouse seeks Executive Director  Position based in San Diego, CA

Executive Director

Job Description

 

Reports to: The Meeting Place Clubhouse, Inc. Board of Directors

Status: Exempt, Full-time

Salary Range: $60,000 – $70,000 annually; plus competitive benefits package

 

Organizational Overview

The Meeting Place Clubhouse, Inc. is contracted with San Diego County HHSA to provide a Clubhouse International Accredited Clubhouse, Warmline and SSI/SSDI Advocacy.

The Meeting Place Clubhouse (TMP) is an award winning, nontraditional program whose purpose is to facilitate social, educational and vocational rehabilitation in persons with mental health disorders and co-occurring disorders. TMP’s mission is to support adults in San Diego County with mental health disorders by providing opportunities for work, education, wellness, housing and friendship. TMP operates on a work-ordered-day in a collegial manner with the focus on strengths, abilities and team work with its members. TMP is in strict conformance with Clubhouse International’s 37 Standards for Clubhouse Programs. www.themeetingplaceinc.org and www.clubhouse-intl.org

TMP manages a housing program that provides affordable housing through San Diego Housing and Urban Development in partnership with the property’s owners.

 

The Peer Operated Warmline Team provides non-crisis telephone services for persons who are residents of San Diego County. The goal of this service is to provide peer support, information, resources, referrals, and pre-crisis intervention.

SSI/SSDI Advocacy is provided in partnership with the Legal Aid Society of San Diego.

Overview of position

The Executive Director is responsible for the overall operation of TMP including ensuring quality of services, staff management, leadership and supervision, financial matters, administrative activities, record keeping, safety and compliance. The Executive Director shall be the chief administrative officer of TMP with responsibility for the management and direction of all operations and affairs of TMP including employment and termination of employment, and the determination of compensation of TMP personnel, within the policy and budget set by the Board.  He/She/It shall have such other duties as may be assigned by the Board of Directors. The Executive Director shall be solely responsible to the Board and shall demonstrate The Meeting Place Clubhouse’s mission, purpose, values and beliefs in everyday language and contact with members and providers, the public, the Board and other staff members.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Ensure operation of an accounting system that provides the organization with quick access to financial information and enables strategic planning & budgeting
  • Provide status of financial condition by collecting, interpreting, and reporting financial data
  • Upgrade and enhance human resources functions including training, development, compensation and benefits, employee relations, performance evaluation, and recruiting
  • Demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Work in conjunction with the Accountant/Book Keeper to provide fiscal reports to the membership and Board of Directors
  • Oversee and is responsible for program operations, including fiscal and administrative management, quality assurance, implementation of policies and procedures, adherence to Clubhouse International Standards and overall contract compliance.
  • Prepare and supervise accurate data collection, compilation and record keeping to produce contractually required reports regarding program progress and success
  • Supervise and coach staff performance and utilizes sound management theory
  • Participate in public relations activities, and works to increase awareness and involvement in presenting a professional organization image of the program to the public

Key Qualifications

  • Bachelor's or Master's Degree in social work, public administration, human services, psychology or related fields
  • A minimum of three years, five years preferred, experience working with people living with mental illness
  • An understanding and commitment to the Clubhouse model and its underlying principles and values
  • Two years of supervisory experience in a similar work setting
  • Experience in not-for-profit or human service program management, including budgeting and contracts, fundraising, public relations, advocacy, and public speaking
  • Trained in crisis intervention
  • Knowledge of cultural and socio-economic factors that inform service provision to persons with psychiatric or dual diagnosis disorders
  • Demonstrates knowledge of EEO policy, shows respect and sensitivity for cultural differences; educates others on the value of diversity; promotes a harassment-free environment; builds a diverse workforce.
  • Results-proven track record of exceeding goals and a bottom-line orientation; evidence of the ability to consistently make good decisions through a combination of analysis, wisdom, experience, and judgement. High level of business acumen including successful profit and loss management; the ability to balance the delivery of programs against the realities of a budget; and problem solving, project management, and creative resourcefulness.
  • Strategic Vision and Agility: the ability to think strategically, anticipate future consequences and trends, and to incorporate them into the organizational plan. Develops strategies to achieve organizational goals and adapts strategy to changing conditions.
  • Capacity Building:  the ability to effectively build organizational and staff capacity, developing a top-notch workforce, and the supervising protocols and processes that ensure the organization runs smoothly, professionally, and at the highest ethical and legal standards
  • Leadership and Organization:  exceptional capacity for inspiring, managing, and leading people; ability to connect staff both on an individual level and in groups; capacity to enforce accountability and learn the strengths and weaknesses of the team to put people in a position to succeed
  • General Management—has a thorough understanding of finance, systems, technology, and HR; broad experience with the full range of business functions and systems, including strategic development and planning, budgeting, fundraising, business analysis, finance, information systems, human resources, and marketing
  • Able to work extended hours as needed, with some nights and weekends required
  • Personal/lived experience with a diagnosed mental health disorders and/or drug and alcohol recovery preferred

APPLICATION PROCESS

Please apply via the careers section at https://www.mhsinc.org/ .  Please include a cover letter with resume where indicated.  No phone calls, please.  Position open immediately and will remain open until filled.   

The person who is offered the position will undergo a background check, including a DMV record review, FBI and DOJ fingerprinting, and drug testing.

The Meeting Place Clubhouse, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  

Hiawatha Behavioral Health seeks Executive Director  Position based in Sault Sainte Marie, MI

POSTING

FULL-TIME POSITION

 

TITLE:  Clubhouse Director

SALARY RANGE:  Non-Union, salary range of $35,838.40 through $59,675.20 annually.

SUMMARY:  We are looking for a dynamic individual to provide leadership and day-to-day management of the Clubhouse, working in partnership with Clubhouse members and staff in overseeing all facets of the Clubhouse program operations in a manner consistent with Clubhouse standards and philosophy.  Uses a holistic treatment approach in supporting Principles of Recovery for consumers based on the goal expressed in the person centered plan; assuring self-determination and fostering independence for consumers who experience chronic symptoms associated with mental illness.  Responsible for creating a clubhouse environment that is committed to inspiring consumers to become independent, and self-determining in seeking solutions to the challenges of employment, housing, continuing education and community re-integration.  Serves as a liaison between the consumer, clubhouse support staff and the Outpatient Services Clinician and is responsible for assuring that qualitative and quantitative performance goals and standards established for service delivery are met.

WORK HOURS:             40 hours per week.

QUALIFICATIONS:    

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a health or human service field and is licensed, certified or registered by the State of Michigan or a national organization to provide health care services with two years' experience working at a Clubhouse accredited by Clubhouse International; or a master's degree in a health or human service field with appropriate licensure and one year experience working at a Clubhouse.
  • Knowledge of recovery principles, and supervisory and budget management experience. Strong preference will be given to candidates who possess this knowledge.
  • Basic knowledge of the Clubhouse Model acquired through MDHHS approved Clubhouse-specific training.
  • Demonstrated customer service, written and verbal communication skills.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of organizational safety and OSHA standards.
  • Appointment is subject to a driver’s license and criminal background check.
  • Must be at least 18 years of age; possess a valid driver's license; and provide own transportation.

 

PRIMARY LOCATION:             Sault Sainte Marie, MI

APPLY IN WRITING TO:         Kellie Greener, Human Resources Specialist

                                                3865 S. Mackinac Trail

                                                Sault Sainte Marie, MI 49783

                                                Fax: (906) 635-3760

                                                kgreener@hbhcmh.org

 

DEADLINE:                             TBD

                                                EOE

Crossroads Clubhouse seeks Clubhouse Program Director  Position based in Hopedale, MA

Crossroads Clubhouse is seeking a dedicated, experienced individual to serve as Program Director for our Clubhouse community. Crossroads is a 3-year Clubhouse International Accredited Clubhouse and plays an active role in the Massachusetts Clubhouse Coalition. We are strongly committed to sending staff and members to three-week Clubhouse training as well as regional and international conferences. Crossroads serves approximately 175 members annually with an average daily attendance of 54.  We have a comprehensive employment program helping over 70 members each year to work in TE, SE and IE positions.  Crossroads is a service of Riverside Community Care, the auspice agency of three other Clubhouses - Elliot House, Horizon House, and Neponset River House. Crossroads is located in a beautiful historic mansion in Hopedale, MA, approximately 40 miles southeast of Boston and not far off of Rt. 495.

We are looking for a dynamic individual to provide leadership and day-to-day management of the Clubhouse, working in partnership with Clubhouse members and staff in overseeing all facets of the Clubhouse program operations in a manner consistent with Clubhouse standards and philosophy. 

Candidates should have at least 3 years Clubhouse work experience, preferably in an administrative capacity.  Strong preference will be given to candidates who have supervisory and budget management experience.

Riverside Community Care is a large and growing progressive, non-profit healthcare and human services organization offering competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package.

For more information about Riverside Community Care please visit our web site at www.riversidecc.or

Interested persons should mail apply directly to this position (job code: 1480) at www.riversidecc.org/careers 

For more specific information about this position please call Don Hughes at 781-320-5321

or by email at dhughes@riversidecc.org

Odyssey House seeks Program Manager  Position based in Holyoke, MA

Position Posting

 

PROGRAM MANAGER

Odyssey House, Holyoke, MA

(A clubhouse model program which provides employment, job readiness, education and other support services to adults with mental health conditions)

Do you have initiative, strong networking skills and a desire to show off your energetic style? The next Program Manager of Odyssey House has the chance to bring their education (Bachelors or above), experience (five years in human services along with four years of management experience) and leadership skills to this Clubhouse International Accredited program. The successful candidate will also have budget management experience.

In this dynamic position, you will provide leadership for the day to day operations and serve as a member of HRU’s management team.  You will need to ensure the essential features of the clubhouse model are present and that the program adheres to international clubhouse as well as CARF standards. You will also represent Odyssey House to the community for the purpose of obtaining jobs for members, increasing program visibility and educating the public.  You will serve as the program’s external contact while building community networks to advocate for services, ensuring that individuals recovering from mental health conditions in the greater Holyoke area have the supports needed.

Bilingual, Bicultural applicants strongly encouraged to apply.

Resumes accepted until position filled.

Employees of HRU enjoy a comprehensive benefits package including, but not limited to:

Wellness Program                                                            Health, Dental and Vision Insurances

Flexible Spending Account                                                Health Reimbursement Arrangement

Discount Auto, Home and Pet Insurances                        Tuition Remission Program

Extensive Employee Assistance Program 

SEND COVER LETTER AND RESUME TO:

E-mail: BGiordanolanza@hru.org

Or

Human Resources Unlimited

Attn: Brandon Giordanolanza

60 Brookdale Drive

Springfield, MA 01104

Human Resources Unlimited (HRU) is a private, not-for-profit agency which has provided employment, training, and pre-vocational services to people with developmental, psychiatric, and other disabilities or disadvantages since 1970.

California Clubhouse seeks Program Staff Generalist  Position based in San Mateo, CA

The Position

Title: Program Staff Generalist
Type: Full Time, Hourly
Salary: Commensurate with Experience, Health Benefits, and Paid Time Off

The Opportunity

California Clubhouse is a free and voluntary social/vocational program for adults 18 and older living in San Mateo County who suffer from severe mental illness. The Clubhouse is an international, evidenced- based model of recovery that began in New York’s Fountain House almost 70 years ago.

Clubhouse staff hold a professional level, direct service position in a generalist role, though candidates may also be asked to focus in an area of expertise as determined by the organization and member’s needs. Central to the Program Staff Generalist role is engaging members in all aspects of clubhouse operation. This engagement is performed by helping members to experience a sense of belonging and being needed in the clubhouse community, with a focus on strengths, talents, and interests. Staff will offer a positive, supportive relationship that helps promote hope, choice, wellness and recovery for participants while working together as colleagues and mentors.

Core Responsibilities

  • Facilitate assigned tasks and projects in a timely manner, maximizing members’ skills, talents, engagement, and leadership.

  • Plan and coordinate work to meet the needs of the Clubhouse and its Members.

  • Develop long and short-term strategic plan for clubhouse work; support keeping the work on-task; and develop work in collaboration with Members, Program Director, and Executive Director. Lead Clubhouse projects as needed and assigned.

  • Complete paperwork as assigned, meeting all deadlines.

  • Participate in the Clubhouse’s Transitional Employment Program (TE), paid jobs for Members in the community. Manage TE placements by learning the job; developing work relationships; choosing, training and supporting members on the job; and as a clubhouse work-priority, providing TE job coverage whenever necessary.

  • Facilitate Supported, Independent and Entrepreneurial Employment, and Educational opportunities for members in the community, as needed.

  • Cover, on a rotating basis, evening, weekend, and holiday social programs. Participate in Clubhouse functions and events as needed, and attend out-of-town trainings (up to 3 weeks), conferences (up to one week), and advocacy activities (day trips).

  • Assist Members to develop and assess personal, career, housing, and social goals and objectives.

  • Provide education and support the use of community resources that promote well-being, self-determination, independence, satisfaction, self- sufficiency, and foster self-advocacy, including areas such as Financial Benefits, Community Support Services, Career Development, Mental and Physical Health, Job, Family, and Friends.

  • Make presentations, and support member participation in presenting to the Clubhouse Community and International Seminars and Conferences.

  • Advocate for the Clubhouse and its Members with Politicians, Community Service providers such as Housing, Doctors, Psychiatrists, DMV, including attending appointments with Members when needed to advocate, direct and model communication between members and service providers.

  • Provide training and support to new members, staff, interns, volunteers, and clubhouse colleagues as necessary.

  • Facilitate clubhouse evaluation, action-planning, reportage and follow-up for work area and clubhouse, regularly and in preparation for Accreditation by Clubhouse International Faculty. Monitor priorities, progress, and shifts.

    Desired Qualifications

  • Ability to listen, problem solve, and multi-task effectively.

  • Ability to work with a sense of urgency and excitement about the work of the clubhouse.

  • Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing. Employ highly developed communication skills including cultural, language, and computer competency.

  • Ability to demonstrate adherence to a strengths-based perspective in words and actions.

  • Ability to adhere to Clubhouse philosophy and applicable federal, state, county, and local guidelines in carrying out job duties.

  • Ability to perform work “side-by-side” with members, creating an atmosphere and general policy in which work, leadership, and power are given to members whenever possible, with the necessary support to enjoy and succeed.

  • Ability to encourage Member’s to interact with and mentor other members, staff, and clubhouse colleagues.

  • Result-oriented, responsible, organized, flexible, and a self-starter.

  • Kind, cheerful, outgoing, considerate, patient, tactful, and good judgment.

  • Enjoy a diverse work team and able to quickly establish productive relationships.

  • Diverse computer competencies

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in related field or unique skill set is preferred

    For consideration: Please send your resume and a cover letter that articulates your interest, qualifications, and salary requirements for this position to: searchescaclubhouse@gmail.com

    California Clubhouse

    210 Industrial Rd., Suite 102 San Carlos, CA 94070

www.californiaclubhouse.org 

Capital Clubhouse seeks Executive Director  Position based in Washington, DC

Position Opening: Capital Clubhouse, Inc. Executive Director

The Board of Directors of the newly organized Capital Clubhouse located in Washington, DC is seeking a founding Executive Director. Capital Clubhouse is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization that will provide services and opportunities for people living with mental illness in the Washington DC area.

The Executive Director is responsible for working in partnership with the Board of Directors, the members (Clubhouse participants), staff and community leaders to continuously achieve the mission and goals of the organization. In particular, as the founding Executive Director, s/he will have the responsibility of start-up operations at the Clubhouse’s present initial site in downtown DC, and eventually directing the move to the Clubhouse’s permanent future site. The Executive Director will be responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Clubhouse including administration, finances, personnel, public relations, fundraising, program development, communications, marketing, and quality assurance.

The Board of Directors of Capital Clubhouse is looking for a highly motivated and talented individual to develop and lead our new, exciting and innovative project. It is our intention to create a strong Clubhouse program for people living with mental illness following the International Standards for Clubhouse Programs. www.clubhouse-intl.org

The ideal candidate will have:

· A university or college degree in human services, psychology, social work public administration or related fields

· A minimum of three to five years’ experience working with people living with mental illness

· An understanding and commitment to the Clubhouse model of psychiatric rehabilitation and its underlying values and principles

· Experience in not-for-profit and human service program management

· Experience working with a Board of Directors

· Experience in fundraising, public relations and public advocacy

· Excellent writing, public speaking and computer skills

Additionally, the ideal candidate will:

· Have a strong work ethic and the ability to work long and flexible hours

· Work well with a diverse group of people

· Be able to effectively communicate in a variety of formats

Salary range: $70,000 – 80,000, plus a competitive benefits package.

The Capital Clubhouse is an innovative community-based program for people living with mental illness. The program is organized around the concept of building a community of people who are committed to each other’s success.  Participation in the Clubhouse gives individuals the opportunity to join or rejoin the worlds of friendships, important work, employment, education and to access the healthcare and social services and supports they may individually need.

Capital Clubhouse is a welcoming and restorative environment for people who have had their lives drastically disrupted and need the support of others who believe that recovery from mental illness is possible.

For best consideration, Send resume by September 1 to: edsearch@capitalclubhouseinc.org

 

Capital Clubhouse, Inc. Executive Director Job Description

Position: Founding Executive Director

Time commitment: This is a full-time position

Accountability: The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors

Authority: The Executive Director is authorized by the Board of Directors to act on behalf of the organization, to speak for the organization and to manage the day to-day operations of the Clubhouse. The Executive Director is authorized to enter into contracts and agreements on behalf of the organization.

Responsibility: The Executive Director provides leadership, vision and direction to the Clubhouse community in pursuit of its mission. The Executive Director is responsible for the active recruitment of eligible Clubhouse members from the community, hiring, firing and managing the employees of the Clubhouse, fund development, administering the budget, public relations, contract management, and publicly representing the mission and vision of the Clubhouse. S/he is responsible for the imaginative implementation of the International Standards for Clubhouse Programs (www.clubhouse-intl.org).

General Duties:

·  Launch of operations at Capital Clubhouse’s start-up site in downtown DC, and work toward opening a fully realized Clubhouse in a permanent facility.

· Oversight and management of the day-to day operations of the Clubhouse.

· Preparation for and attendance at board meetings, and board committee meetings.

· Coordination of communication between the Clubhouse and members of the board.

· Recruitment, hiring, supervision and termination (as needed), of all Clubhouse staff.

· Successful management of the annual budget development and monitoring process and the ongoing financial activities of the Clubhouse.

· Fund development and fundraising activities for the Clubhouse.

· Public Relations for the Clubhouse.

·  Overseeing Transitional and Supported Employment Development and Employer Relationships for the Clubhouse.

· Obtaining and maintaining Clubhouse Accreditation from Clubhouse International.

· Timely communication to the Board of Directors and all required organizations of any serious incidents, issues or concerns.

· Providing all required reports and information to government and funding source organizations.

· On an ongoing basis is responsible for ensuring that there is significant and meaningful participation of Clubhouse members in all aspects of the Clubhouse organization.

· Keeping informed about issues in the general community relevant to the mission and operations of the Clubhouse.

 

Qualifications:

·  A university or college degree in human services, psychology, social work, public administration or related fields.

· A minimum of three to five years’ employment experience with continually increasing

responsibilities in a Clubhouse or non-profit service organization.

· A clear understanding, ability to articulate and a commitment to the values and beliefs of a Clubhouse program for people living with mental illness.

· A demonstrable understanding of the International Standards for Clubhouse Programs.

· Excellent writing skills.

· Ability to work long and varied hours.

· A willingness to participate in the Comprehensive Clubhouse Training Program at an authorized Clubhouse International Training Base.

· Ability to work with many different kinds of people with varied personalities and interests.

Salary range: $70,000 – 80,000, plus a competitive benefits package.

The Light House seeks Clubhouse Generalist  Position based in Inverness, FL

The Centers, Inc.

Job Description 

Job Title Clubhouse Generalist

Program Clubhouse Services

JD#

Department Citrus County Services

Staff*

Report To: Clubhouse Coordinator

Classification Non-Exempt

Paygrade: 4

Date Updated 11/21/2013

Exposure Class: 0

Driver's Class: 0

SUMMARY: This position is responsible for working in partnership with the Clubhouse Coordinator, other Clubhouse Staff and Clubhouse Members to continuously achieve the mission and goals of the Clubhouse community. As a member of the Clubhouse team, this position will assist the members in determining and achieving personal goals.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES (other duties may be assigned): This position requires adopting and promoting the International Standards for Clubhouse Programs which are a guide to this job description. The position will assist the members to make changes that will empower them to focus clearly on specific goals related to the work ordered day, employment, relationship building, housing and functioning at the highest level possible.

A. In the Office Unit the Generalist assists with the overall organization of the office unit, which includes filing, data collection, information technology management, and other office related needs. The generalist would provide education and mentoring in the learning of job tasks, managing stress, and will perform assessment of job skills and assist members in maximizing their potential.

B. In the Transitional Employment Unit the Generalist assists with the effort to help members get independent jobs, to support their working, and to help members upgrade to better jobs when that is their goal.

C. Duties in the Kitchen/Snack bar include assisting the members to develop healthy menus, plan and prepare the meals, clean up and organization of work environment, and budgeting skills.

With the member, develop evaluations and assessments on individuals referred to the Clubhouse: Completes paperwork required by funding source to include, but not limited to, evaluations and assessments. Responds to all referrals appropriately and in a timely manner.

Develops specific plans and updates them on a regular basis in concert with the members: In accordance with funding source requirements and in line with Clubhouse International standards, develops a work plan within 30 days of the initial evaluation. Updates plan whenever changes occur and/or at least once every six months.

Work Ordered Day: Assist the coordinator to ensure that the work of the clubhouse is generated by the clubhouse in the operation and enhancement of the clubhouse community. Encourage members to participate in the full work ordered day. Please note that in this position you do not complete the task for the member but work in partnership to complete the tasks of the clerical or kitchen units.

Assist with data collection and information technology management efforts: As coordinator requests, obtain financial and clubhouse related data. Organize the information using Microsoft Access and Excel to ensure data can be retrieved in a timely manner. Assist in organizing physical and electronic Clubhouse records. All of these tasks should be completed with the assistance of member(s).

Assist with Transitional Employment Placement opportunities for members: Provide opportunities for TEP regardless of success or failure in previous placements. Provide assistance to members through vocational problems. Assist the coordinator to ensure that the clubhouse enables members to return to paid work through transitional, supported, and independent employment.

Report all paid work to appropriate regulatory agencies: Work with members to ensure all paid work is reported to Social Security. Assist with the preparation of employment reports for all appropriate agencies dealing with members' benefits.

Utilizes and supports the philosophy, objectives, policy and procedures of the Centers: Advocates for members and families and interacts with members and families in a manner which reflects cultural sensitivity. Follows applicable laws as set for by such governing bodies as the Department of Children and Families, AHCA, CARF, Medicaid, Florida Administrative Codes, third party payers, State contracts, etc. Participates in quality improvement activities, staff meetings, in-services and external training. Follows the procedures set forth in the Center-wide, Departmental, Personnel and Compliance Manuals. Assures that the members' rights are protected and reports any abuse/neglect to the proper authority.

Relates to the agency clients, the public, program staff, and colleagues in a manner that is consistent with the Center's standards: Demonstrate courtesy in interactions with Center staff, clients, employees of the Center and co-workers. Follow the Center's standards for ethical behavior and treatment. Strictly adhere to the Center rules of confidentiality and state regulations relating to HIPPA.

Computer/Typing Skills: Must be able to type 35 correct WPM and be familiar with Microsoft environment.

Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Must maintain legible penmanship while documenting into charts, files, notes, etc. Reports to work as scheduled and on time.

Additional Functions: Relates to the agency clients, the public, program staff, and colleagues in a manner that is consistent with the Center's standards. Demonstrate courtesy in interactions with Center staff, clients, employees of the Center and coworkers. Follow the Center's standards for ethical behavior and treatment. Strictly adhere to the Center rules of confidentiality and state regulation relating to HIPPA.

Supervisory Responsibilities: None

Work Schedule: The work schedule requires flexibility to meet the needs of the Clubhouse Community. The normal work schedule is Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm. Rotation to cover Clubhouse Activities on Weekends and Holidays is required.

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must have an understanding and commitment to the Clubhouse International model of psychiatric rehabilitation and the underlying values and principles. Must have experience in the not-for-profit and human service program management.

Education and/or Experience: A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in a human service related field from an accredited college or university with minimum of five years working with people living with mental illness.

Language Skills: Ability to read, analyze, and interpret professional journals and government regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and psychosocial reports. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups or colleagues, staff, members, and the general public.

Mathematical Skills/Computer Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute ratio, rate and percentages and to draw and interpret bar graphs. Experience with Microsoft software and ability to utilize a computer to track member services is a must.

Reasoning Ability: Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of instructions and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: Valid Florida Driver's License/acceptable driving record.

Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. The employee is frequently required to walk, use hands, fingers, and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally asked to lift and/or move up to 30lbs. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. Must have the ability and training to deal with members and families in crisis.

Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. The work environment is pleasant and comfortable. However, work involves constantly being around seriously disturbed psychiatric clients who may decompensate. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Safety Policies and Procedures: All employees must be knowledgeable of and follow the Center's policies and procedures.

Training Requirements: Employees are responsible for compliance of annual trainings as mandated by Florida Statute and specified in the Employee Handbook as well as trainings mandated for his/her specific discipline. Please refer to the training matrix provided to your program Director. Additional training will be required on the International Standards for Clubhouse Programs by Clubhouse International. These trainings may be out of state and will be for one to three weeks of length. The Center's will provide this training for the Employee. If the Employee leaves the agency within one year of completion of the training, the Employee will be responsible for reimbursing the Center's for this training on a prorated basis. 

Grand Avenue Club seeks Director of Development and Public Relations  Position based in Milwaukee, WI
Grand Avenue Club (GAC) is hiring a Director of Development and Public Relations to implement a strategic plan that will lead to significant programmatic expansion as well as preservation work on our historic building.
 
This is a full-time position that will involve working very closely with both GAC's Executive Director and its board of directors.
 
The successful candidate will solidify existing donor relationships and forge new relationships to build GAC's visibility, impact, and financial resources. This position involves the solicitation of major gifts from individual donors, government grants, special events, and increasing both corporation and foundation support.
 
This person will also be responsible for the development of GAC's communication strategy.
 
We are looking for a full-time person with great enthusiasm for Clubhouse mission, leadership experience in either a non-profit or corporate setting, demonstrated success with donors, and the ability to create and implement a strategic development plan.
 
GAC is a nearly 25 year old accredited Clubhouse International Clubhouse in Milwaukee Wisconsin (www.grandavenueclub.org).
 
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Rachel Forman, Executive Director, Grand Avenue Club at hr@grandavenueclub.org by March 31, 2016.
 
Clubhouse of St. Joseph County seeks Clubhouse Generalist  Position based in South Bend, IN

Mental Health Rehabilitation Staff

The Clubhouse of Saint Joseph County, South Bend IN   – a new start up clubhouse that started in November or 2015 is seeking a qualified staff to join our team.  Candidates should possess an understanding of serious mental illness, a passion for excellence, positive attitude and enjoy multi-tasking.  Bachelor’s degree in human service preferred.

This position is a clubhouse generalist position in a new clubhouse that has yet to define its unit structure, employment program, and social program.  The uniqueness of this position is that you will be join a team 0f three staff and approximately 30 members and working to building the clubhouse from the beginning.    Our goal is to be accredited in 2016, and we need your help.   Staff and members work together daily in the operation of the Clubhouse supporting recovery through work.  This person will also be responsible for managing employment placements, working in all aspect of the work ordered day and social program.   Interested candidates should be proficient with Microsoft office and have a valid driver’s license.  Forward a resume to mbuchanan@clubhousesjc.org or mail them to - The Clubhouse, PO Box 1394, South Bend IN. 46624    

Fountain House seeks Program Staff Worker - Horticulture Unit  Position based in New York, NY

 

Fountain House successfully addresses the devastating impact of serious mental illness. We were founded in New York City in 1948 with the belief that people living with mental illness can be active participants in their own and each other’s recovery. Each year, over 1,300 members come to Fountain House to contribute their talents, learn new skills, access opportunities and forge new friendships. 

Fountain House creates a culture that transforms lives. Our members, in partnership with staff, operate employment, education, housing and wellness programs. They perform all activities, including advocacy, administrative support, building maintenance and food preparation that keep our community going.   Members hold jobs, graduate from schools, develop social networks and experience fewer hospitalizations and improved overall health.  Increased fulfillment, sense of purpose, and stability inevitably follow.

Fountain House has inspired the creation of hundreds of similar programs in 34 countries that serve more than 100,000 people annually.  In 2014, the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation recognized our global reach and the efficacy of our evidence-based model with the prestigious Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize.

Position:        Program Staff Worker – Horticulture & Maintenance Unit

Reports To:   Unit Leader

Job Functions:

  • Work alongside members on tasks of the unit.
  • Assist members with case management.
  • Actively participate in the entire Fountain House community.
  • Participate in the Fountain House innovative Employment program.
  • Coordinate and develop projects to increase member involvement.
  • Facilitate unit meetings.

Other Requirements or Preferred Characteristics:

  • Master’s degree required.
  • VETERANS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY!
  • Working knowledge of mental illness preferred.
  • Positive, energetic, creative and engaging personality.
  • Flexibility, as demonstrated by interchangeability with other staff on the unit, staying late or arriving early, if necessary to fulfill unit or member needs.
  • Team approach.
  • Valid Driver's License.
  • Knowledge/Certification in ASL is a plus.

Skills:   Creativity, writing, computer and interpersonal skills required.

To apply for this position, you must view website at www.fountainhouse.org.  If interested, please submit your resume and cover letter via e-mail to fhhrresume@yahoo.com, or fax to 646-395-7391.  NO PHONE CALLS.  EEO

Fountain House seeks Grant Writer  Position based in New York, NY

Grant Writer – Job Description

Company Overview

Fountain House successfully addresses the devastating impact of serious mental illness. We were founded in New York City in 1948 with the belief that people living with mental illness can be active participants in their own and each other’s recovery. Each year, over 1,300 members come to Fountain House to contribute their talents, learn new skills, access opportunities and forge new friendships.

Fountain House creates a culture that transforms lives. Our members, in partnership with staff, operate employment, education, housing and wellness programs. They perform all activities, including advocacy, administrative support, building maintenance and food preparation that keep our community going.   Members hold jobs, graduate from schools, develop social networks and experience fewer hospitalizations and improved overall health.  Increased fulfillment, sense of purpose, and stability inevitably follow.

Fountain House has inspired the creation of hundreds of similar programs in 34 countries that serve more than 100,000 people annually.  In 2014, the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation recognized our global reach and the efficacy of our evidence-based model with the prestigious Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize.

Position:   Grant Writer – Per Diem Position

Reports To:   Director of Foundation and Government Relations 

Position Description:  The Grant Writer is responsible for writing grant proposals for unrestricted, restricted and capital projects and for producing timely and accurate reports for all existing grant-funded projects.

Job Functions:

  • Develop an understanding of the Fountain House philosophy, model, method and programs
  • Participate in maintaining Fountain House’s stigma-free environment
  • Conduct the full range of activities required to prepare and write grant proposals to foundations, corporations and government agencies
  • Support the Foundation Director to conceptualize and develop grant proposal templates for programs, special projects and capital opportunities
  • Work with the Foundation Director to coordinate yearly program meetings with Fountain House staff and members to learn about significant programmatic changes and update metrics and outcomes
  • Meet with Fountain House program staff to gather information necessary to report to corporate/foundation funders on current grant-funded programs
  • Track relevant statistics and provide the External Affairs department with written materials necessary for donor stewardship
  • Assist the Foundation Director by providing input for all written cultivation materials, including brochures, donor reports, and online copy
  • Assist with additional fundraising projects as requested
  • Participate in all External Affairs staff’s engagement with the Fountain House community throughout the year
  • Support the events department and attend Fountain House events as needed

Skills:

  • Interest in the mental health field and the Fountain House model
  • Proven track record with writing and delivering high-quality proposals on time to meet funders’deadlines
  • Strong written communication skills: ability to write clear, structured, articulate, and persuasive proposals that align with funders’ missions and guidelines
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Knowledge of basic fundraising techniques and strategies
  • Strong contributor and collaborator in team environments

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Minimum of 5 years experience in grant writing
  • Previous experience with non-profit fundraising
  • Experience working in deadline-driven environments
  • Ability to establish and maintain respectful, collaborative relationships with colleagues in the department and throughout the Fountain House community

To apply for this position, you must view website at www.fountainhouse.org.  If interested, please submit your resume and cover letter via e-mail to fhhrresume@yahoo.com.  NO PHONE CALLS.  EEO

Fountain House seeks P/T Gallery Assistant  Position based in New York, NY

 

Fountain House successfully addresses the devastating impact of serious mental illness. We were founded in New York City in 1948 with the belief that people living with mental illness can be active participants in their own and each other’s recovery. Each year, over 1,300 members come to Fountain House to contribute their talents, learn new skills, access opportunities and forge new friendships.

Fountain House creates a culture that transforms lives. Our members, in partnership with staff, operate employment, education, housing and wellness programs. They perform all activities, including advocacy, administrative support, building maintenance and food preparation that keep our community going.   Members hold jobs, graduate from schools, develop social networks and experience fewer hospitalizations and improved overall health.  Increased fulfillment, sense of purpose, and stability inevitably follow. 

Fountain House has inspired the creation of hundreds of similar programs in 34 countries that serve more than 100,000 people annually.  In 2014, the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation recognized our global reach and the efficacy of our evidence-based model with the prestigious Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize.

Position:         P/T Gallery Assistant

Reports To:   Gallery Director

Fountain Gallery is the premier not-for-profit art gallery in New York City representing artists with mental illness.  The gallery sells original artwork and collaborates with a wide network of artists, curators, and cultural institutions.  Fountain Gallery cultivates artistic growth and makes a vital contribution to the New York arts community by embracing artists with mental illnesses, whether they are emerging or established, trained or self-taught. 

We are seeking a part-time permanent staff worker to assist with day-to-day operations and provide general support to the Gallery Director, who will be working 24 hours per week. 

Responsibilities include:

  • Daily administrative tasks – answering phones, emails, etc.
  • Sell artwork and interface with customers on sales & arrange delivery of art
  • Oversee and maintain database including mailing list, digital inventory and artist information
  • Participate in the planning and installation of a minimum of six in-house gallery openings and two outside fundraisers a year
  • Engage member artists and volunteers to participate in daily work and long-term projects
  • Communicate with member artists and volunteers about upcoming events, deadlines and information
  • Assist with maintenance of gallery website and social media pages
  • Assist with accounting to ensure payments are sent to vendors, artists etc.
  • Open and/or close the gallery regularly
  • Assist with opening receptions

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • Detail-oriented and strong written, oral and communication skills
  • Punctual
  • Fluency in Mac platform with MS Office, experience with Photoshop a plus.
  • Experience with social media platforms, Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, etc.
  • Studio art and/or art history background
  • Strong knowledge and interest in the gallery world and contemporary art

Hourly Rate:  $15.00 per hour

Websites:  www.fountaingallerynyc.com  and www.fountainhouse.org

To apply for this position, please submit your resume and cover letter via e-mail to FHHRresume@yahoo.com, or fax to 646-395-7391.   NO PHONE CALLS.  EEO.

Alliance House seeks Mental Health Rehabilitation Officer/Clubhouse Generalist  2 positions based in Salt Lake City, UT
Alliance House - Mental Health Rehabilitation Officer/ Clubhouse Generalist
 
Are you passionate about changing a life?  Be the hands of hope and healing!  Valley Behavioral Health is seeking a full-time, compassionate, dedicated Mental Health Rehabilitation Officer/Clubhouse Generalist for the Alliance House Clubhouse which provides services to Severely and Persistently Mentally Ill (SPMI) Adults.  Reporting directly to the Executive Director and/or Assistant Director, the primary purpose of this position is to coordinate a pre-vocational unit to generate meaningful work for its members, ensuring that they are working as part of a team with other members in the daily operation of the designated unit.  
 
This opportunity will suit enthusiastic and self-motivated team players with a strong work ethic and commitment to supporting the organization's overall strategic direction. This position will enhance lives, heal families and strengthen a community.
 
Look forward to coming to work each day with a friendly and small, close-knit team within an international leading organization that has strong support from the local community as well as the business community.

Location: 1724 South Main Street, SLC, UT  84115
 
Schedule:  M-F; 8:30 - 4:30, some evenings, weekends and holidays
 
Pay: $13.54 - $16.45 Commensurate with experience and/or education
 
Benefits:  Yes…Valley provides a generous benefits package including retirement/savings, health and dental, health savings plans and an Employee Assistance Program. Other important benefits include life and disability insurance plans, tuition reimbursement, paid time off, sick leave, flexible spending plans and paid holidays.
 
Position Description
The Clubhouse Generalist will work with members to ensure that their unit is operating effectively in accordance to Clubhouse International Standards and meeting set objectives.
 
As with all staff positions the Clubhouse, generalists role is participating in all aspects of the Clubhouse including unit work, support coordination, employment and social/recreational activities.
 
Selection Criteria
  1. Demonstrated experience and skill in programs for people with a mental illness.
  1. Demonstrated ability to manage programs in a way that ensures maximum consumer participation. 
  1. Highly developed communication, interpersonal and organizational skills.
  1. Possess a current valid Driver’s Licence valid in the United States.
  1. An appropriate University degree will be highly regarded.
  1. Previous experience/knowledge of the Clubhouse model would be an advantage.
 
       7. Bilingual English/Spanish fluency will be looked upon favorably
 
General Duties:
  1. Be responsible for ensuring the programs operate in accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act Standards.
  1. Understand and operate in accordance with the Clubhouse philosophy and policy as outlined in the Clubhouse International model.
  1. Assist with the development of appropriate linkages with other community agencies, clinical services, government departments and other relevant programs.
  1. Work closely with other staff, members and community agencies to develop services that are responsive to the needs of members.
  1. Provide leadership and direction to members in the program.
  1. Be responsible for maintaining communication at various levels through a range of mechanisms.
  1. Ensure that programs are introduced and developed in keeping with set time lines.
  1. Assist members to set realistic goals, develop service plans, carry it out and revise it periodically.
  1. Act as a role model for members - in terms of appropriate attitudes, behavior and dress standards within the Clubhouse work and social setting.
  1. Assist with the training of new staff and students.
  1. Work as part of a team in the Clubhouse vocational rehabilitation program.
  1. Train and work alongside members at their place of employment.
  1. Assist members to learn skills and gain confidence that will assist in a range of life skills i.e. employment.
  1. Provide ongoing support to employers and members.
  1. In keeping with the philosophy of the Clubhouse, all the staff are expected to be involved in all areas of the running of the Clubhouse.
  1. Flexibility of hours will be required as the position will involve some weekend, public holiday and evening work.
  1. Be aware of the importance of rights of the individual balanced with duty of care.
  1. Advocate for members at any appropriate level.
  1. Provide presentations to community organizations on the Clubhouse model.
  1. Participate in a three week colleague training program on the Clubhouse model.
  1. Be a member of the Clubhouse International Training team as requested.
Performance Requirement:
 
All staff are required to participate in an annual performance review with their supervisor.  The principal documents used will be the staff members’ position description, roles and responsibilities, and key performance indicators coupled with their individual annual objectives.

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Fountain House seeks Residence Staff Worker  Position based in New York, NY

Position:           Residence Staff Worker

Reports To:        Residence Director

Company Overview

Serious mental illness affects over thirty million people in the United States each year. The stigma, rejection, and isolation that accompany these conditions prevent people from forming the relationships they need to grow socially and emotionally.  Fountain House reduces the devastating social impact of mental illness. Every day hundreds of members choose to come to Fountain House to contribute their talents, learn new skills, access opportunities, and forge friendships.  Our innovative working community is both our method and our outcome. As partners, members and staff operate successful employment, education, wellness, and housing programs and perform all the functions that keep our community going, such as advocacy, communications, food preparation, and administrative support.  Our activities and programs are designed to provide opportunities and, at the same time, produce the desire and confidence to pursue them. Working together, we create a culture that transforms lives. Members experience a reduced sense of isolation and increased fulfillment, purpose, and stability – vital steps toward mental health. 

Job Functions:

  • Engage and work alongside members in the residence or apartment to perform necessary tasks for the upkeep of the residence and the well-being of members.
  • Assist members with all aspects of community support services and case management work (including housing and entitlements, clinical linkage and follow-up, etc.).
  • Establish and update goals and record progress of members, with members.
  • Prepare and submit paperwork (including service plans, progress notes, plan reviews, etc.), in a consistent and timely manner.

Other Requirements:

  • BA/ BS required, particularly in a relevant human services field.
  • MUST BE ABLE TO WORK EVENINGS AND WEEKENDS.
  • VETERANS & MALES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.
  • Must be flexible and able to work any residential shift, including evening and weekend, as needed.
  • Valid Driver’s License preferred.
  • Working knowledge of mental illness, including previous relevant paid employment
  • Positive, energetic, dynamic and engaging personality
  • Flexibility, as demonstrated by interactions with other staff; staying late or arriving early, as necessary, to fulfill residence or member needs.
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Team approach

To apply for this position, you must view website at www.fountainhouse.org.  If interested, please submit your resume and cover letter via e-mail to fhhrresume@yahoo.com, or fax to 646-395-7391.  NO PHONE CALLS.  EEO

Fountain House seeks Supported Housing Staff Worker  Position based in New York, NY

 

Serious mental illness affects over thirty million people in the United States each year. The stigma, rejection, and isolation that accompany these conditions prevent people from forming the relationships they need to grow socially and emotionally.  Fountain House reduces the devastating social impact of mental illness. Every day hundreds of members choose to come to Fountain House to contribute their talents, learn new skills, access opportunities, and forge friendships.  Our innovative working community is both our method and our outcome. As partners, members and staff operate successful employment, education, wellness, and housing programs and perform all the functions that keep our community going, such as advocacy, communications, food preparation, and administrative support.  Our activities and programs are designed to provide opportunities and, at the same time, produce the desire and confidence to pursue them. Working together, we create a culture that transforms lives. Members experience a reduced sense of isolation and increased fulfillment, purpose, and stability – vital steps toward mental health. 

 

Position:         Supported Housing Staff Worker (Active Reachout)

Reports To:   Supported Housing Supervisor

Job Functions:

  • Assist the members living in our housing program to maintain safe and decent housing.
  • Conduct reach-out visits to members at their homes.
  • Advocate on behalf of members with benefit organizations and government agencies.
  • Support members with any other daily living skills they may need.
  • Prepare and submit progress notes in a consistent and timely manner.
  • Work on a team of members and staff to complete the tasks of the resource area.
  • Actively participate in the running of the resource area and the entire Clubhouse in general.
  • Interact with members and staff within the entire Clubhouse on a daily basis.
  • Co-Manage transitional employment positions for our members.
  • Create and run interesting and productive workshops w/ members and for members regularly.
  • Have a valid driver’s license and an ability to drive in an urban setting.

Other Requirements or Preferred Characteristics:

  • Bachelors’ degree required.
  • Driver’s license required.
  • Working knowledge of mental illness preferred.
  • Written and verbal communication.
  • Time management skills in order to balance your paperwork with your work out in the field.
  • Desire to go above and beyond for the well being of others.
  • Ability to think on your feet and to adapt to any given situation.
  • Positive, energetic, dynamic and engaging personality.
  • Flexibility, as demonstrated by interchangeability with other staff within Fountain House, staying late or arriving early, if necessary to fulfill unit or member needs.
  • Team approach.

To apply for this position, you must view website at www.fountainhouse.org.  If interested, please submit your resume, cover letter and salary requirements via e-mail to fhhrresume@yahoo.com, or fax to 646-395-7391.  NO PHONE CALLS.  EEO

Our Place Clubhouse seeks Job Developer  Position based in Tucson, AZ

Job developer wanted for non-profit (Tucson)

OPC seeks a full-time Job Developer who will report to the Program Manager and is responsible for recruiting employers willing to accept potential employees recovering from mental illness. Kindness, sense of humor, patience and a belief that individuals with disabilities can succeed in community employment and an ability to work well with others in a collaborative team approach is crucial. 

INTERESTED PARTIES SHOULD EMAIL - opclubhouse@earthlink.net 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Associate's Degree or equivalent experience in Social Services.
2. Minimum 2 years work experience in the mental health or related social services field, with 1 of those years providing rehabilitation services to individuals with disabilities.
3. Knowledge of common psychiatric disorders and their treatment.
4. Understanding of job development strategies for adults with serious mental illnesses.
5. Have or be eligible for certification as a Community Service Agency employee.
6. Knowledge of psychiatric disorders and treatment.
7. Valid Class 2 Arizona drivers license with a maximum of 1 accident or 2 minor tickets within the last three years.
8. Must be able to attain a State Clearance for Fingerprinting.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Full vision, or correctable adequate vision (glasses or contact lenses).
Full hearing, or correctable adequate hearing.
Ability to lift and carry up to 25 pounds.
Functional gross and fine motor skills.
Functional dexterity needed in all aspects of body movement.

OPC provides equal employment opportunities to all qualified individuals without regard to race, creed, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, or non-disqualifying physical or mental handicap or disability.