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Robbie's House seeks Executive Director  Position based in Laramie, WY

Robbie’s House is a non-profit organization looking for a full-time Executive Director responsible for planning and administering a program providing services to individuals with mental health issues. The position is a full-time salaried, at-will position with approximately 30-40 hours per week, including some weekend and evening hours. This position supervises staff and volunteers and reports to the Board of Directors.

Qualifications

  • Experience in a supervisory role or an equivalent combination of education and experience is preferred.
  • Experience and understanding of Human Services, Mental Health, and Wellness work are preferred.
  • Experience in writing and administering grants is preferred.
  • Knowledge of non-profit leadership and management.
  • Knowledge of non-profit revenue streams and reporting requirements.
  • Experience in Strategic Plan creation and implementation.
  • Knowledge of the financial management of a non-profit organization.
  • Excellent public, written, and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong administrative, management, leadership, and accountability skills.
  • Strong political knowledge and advocacy skills.

Job Duties and Expectations

  • Assure that the organization has a strategic planning process that achieves its mission and works consistently and in a timely manner.
  • Provide leadership in modeling and program development, organizational development, and financial plans with the Board of Directors and staff.
  • Oversee the maintenance of official records and documents, and ensure compliance with federal, state, and local regulations.
  • Lead Robbie’s House in a manner that supports and aligns with Robbie’s House mission, vision, purpose, and core values.
  • Promote transparency, communication, mutual respect, trust-building, and teamwork throughout the organization.
  • Oversee compliance with all funder requirements, licensing agents, and business laws and practices.
  • Oversee agency policies and procedures and ensure that they are regularly reviewed and updated to reflect current practices and activities of the organization.
  • Participate in direct supervision and provide leadership to staff.
  • Ensure the provision of fair and equitable practices for employees and members.
  • Ensure local programs and community systems are effectively managed to provide quality and impactful services to the Laramie, Wyoming, area.
  • Identify potential risks and opportunities for Robbie’s House.
  • Maintain the fiscal integrity of Robbie’s House, including submitting a proposed annual budget to reflect the organization's financial condition to the Board.
  • Oversee the fiscal management of Robbie’s House with the expectation of operating within the approved organizational budget and funder guidelines.
  • Ensure transparent, timely, and regular fiscal communications with the Board of Directors.
  • Secure revenue for all Robbie’s House functions.
  • Ensure high-quality, relationship-based, strengths-focused programming in the Laramie, Wyoming area.
  • Provide for costs associated with the growth and expansion of Robbie's House.
  • Responsible for developing and maintaining sound financial practices.
  • Jointly with the officers of the Board, conduct Baby Robbie’s official correspondence and execute legal documents.
  • Advocate across the community and state for Robbie’s House engagement model, its programs, culture, and approach.
  • Establish collaborations and inclusion within systems and with other groups and organizations.
  • Build relationships with and maintain open communication with legislators and national organizations.
  • Communicate model outcomes and impacts with stakeholders, the Board of Directors, and in community and state platforms.
  • Develop and foster communication with current and potential donors.
  • Ensure the mission of Robbie’s House is fulfilled by providing an evidence-based and researched-informed model, curriculum, and approach.
  • Stay current on industry standards and innovative practices; implement evidence-based and research-informed best practices.
  • Promote the growth of Robbie’s House through actively representing Robbie’s House and engaging with state and national entities and systems.
  • Facilitate ongoing research and evidence-based results through research projects, articles, policy briefs, and inclusion in stakeholder websites.

Employment Criteria

  • A valid driver's license is required.
  • Must pass a background check.
  • Bachelor’s Degree required in a relevant area.
  • 5 years or more of experience and success in upper management and leadership.

Accountability

The Executive Director is directly accountable to Robbie’s House Board of Directors. Robbie’s House Board of Directors evaluates the Executive Director twice yearly and more frequently if needed. The Executive Director is evaluated based on the responsibilities described in this position.

 To apply, please send letter of interest to Debra Hinkel, Robbie’s House Board President at robbieshouselaramie@gmail.com.  Thank you.

Square One Clubhouse seeks Mental Health Rehabilitation Associate  Position based in Lewistown, PA

Square One Clubhouse - Mental Health Rehabilitation Associate - Lewistown, PA

Are you energetic, positive, flexible, enthusiastic, fun and creative? If you are, we have the perfect career opportunity for you!

Join Community Services Group (CSG), a Certified B Corporation, as a Mental Health Rehabilitation Associate (Clubhouse Rehabilitation Associate) for our Square One Clubhouse in Lewistown, PA and find meaning in your work every day. Hiring immediately for this position.

What's a Clubhouse?

CSG's Clubhouses are collaborative spaces where adults with mental illness can learn, grow, and experience life to its fullest. They are vocational and psychiatric rehab programs that support participants so they can successfully find and maintain meaningful employment. They provide a community where members can pursue interests, build friendships, and master critical life skills in a supportive environment.

Clubhouses offer two work units, Administrative Technology and Culinary. They consist of an employment/education area, multipurpose meeting room, kitchen, dining room, snack bar, media room, wellness area, and custodial closet. Members and staff work side by side to complete the tasks of each unit.

Learn more by visiting:

What will I do?

As a Mental Health Rehabilitation Associate, you work closely with the members and other staff to assist in the operation of all functions of a Clubhouse International standard-based clubhouse. You will work with individuals on goals in the life domains of independent living, employment, education, social skills and overall physical and mental wellness. You will also:

  • Function as a responsible staff person with clubhouse members in assigned work unit.
  • Complete case manager duties as assigned: which includes development of rehabilitation plans, reviews, and to complete progress notes.
  • Participate in job development and community employment activities to assist members in returning to competitive employment.
  • Represent the clubhouse as a liaison with other programs of Community Services Group, community organizations, and funding sources.
  • Be willing to learn and model the five principles of trauma informed care; safety, choice, collaboration, trustworthiness, and empowerment.
  • Have a commitment to promote cultural, racial, language and gender access, diversity, equity and inclusion.

What's in it for me?

Wage:

  • $17.35/hr.
  • Negotiable based on experience.

Hours:

  • Full-Time (40 hours per week) Monday to Friday - 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM hours.
    • 1 social evening per week and 1 Saturday per month with rotating staff coverage.
    • Program is open on major holidays with rotating staff coverage.
    • Must be able to work flexible hours including occasional evenings and weekends based on the needs of the individuals and program.
  • Great opportunity for a recent college graduate with a degree in human services to start their career or an experienced professional looking for a new challenge!

Superior Perks & Benefits:

  • Medical, Dental, Prescription, & Vision Insurance available for employees, spouses, domestic partners, & children who qualify
  • Generous Paid Time Off & Other Paid Leave
  • Extensive Paid Training
  • Career Development Opportunities
  • Family Medical and Parental Leave
  • Flexible spending accounts for medical & dependent care
  • Traditional or Roth 401K Plans with up to 4% employer match
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Life Insurance
  • Wellness Reimbursement
  • Tuition Assistance

Health Insurance & Benefits availability will vary.

Opportunity:

  • To gain 20 hours of psychiatric rehabilitation training per year.
  • For a recent college graduate with a degree in human services to start their career or an experienced professional looking for a new challenge!

What qualifications do I need to have?

Must have one of the following:

  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with academic concentration in psychology, sociology, social work, HDFS, OT/OTA, special education, rehabilitation, anthropology or other 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
  • Certified Peer Specialist (CPS) certificate and one additional year paid or volunteer work experience in mental health direct service; OR
  • High School Diploma or equivalency and 2 years work experience in human services which must include 1 year of mental illness direct care experience.

Must have all of the following:

  • Strong writing/documentation skills.
  • Able to work flexible hours to meet individual's and program's needs.
  • A valid driver's license, good driving record, and access to a reliable vehicle to attend trainings, meetings, and/or transport individuals to appointments.
  • Able to travel to trainings/meetings upon request of program director or designee which may include occasional overnight stays.
  • Ability to obtain clearances as defined by regulations.

Our team is the key to our success!

  • "The greatest reward of this job is the difference we get to make in the lives of others. It is such a joy to see the members learn, grow and take pride in the work they do. Realizing that you are part of their journey is priceless!"
  • "Members and staff learn from each other. The Clubhouse is a transformative mental health program where member progress is easily seen. I've had more of a sense of reward working here than any other mental health program."
  • "You have the opportunity to assist individuals with their life goals and experience the joy when they accomplish a goal that others may have told them that they would never be able to achieve. So rewarding!"

When you become a valued member of the CSG Team, you'll see all the good you can do, every moment of every day.

To APPLY or learn more about this and all open positions at CSG, please visit csgonline.org/jobs.

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



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

Commerce Park Clubhouse - Mental Health Rehabilitation Associate - Williamsport

Are you energetic, positive, flexible, enthusiastic, fun and creative? If you are, we have the perfect career opportunity for you!

Join Community Services Group (CSG), a Certified B Corporation, as a Mental Health Rehabilitation Associate (Clubhouse Rehabilitation Associate) for our Commerce Park Clubhouse in Williamsport, PA and find meaning in your work every day. Hiring immediately for this position.

What's a Clubhouse?

CSG's Clubhouses are collaborative spaces where adults with mental illness can learn, grow, and experience life to its fullest. They are vocational and psychiatric rehab programs that support participants so they can successfully find and maintain meaningful employment. They provide a community where members can pursue interests, build friendships, and master critical life skills in a supportive environment.

Clubhouses offer two work units, Administrative Technology and Culinary. They consist of an employment/education area, multipurpose meeting room, kitchen, dining room, snack bar, media room, wellness area, and custodial closet. Members and staff work side by side to complete the tasks of each unit.

Learn more by visiting:

What will I do?

As a Mental Health Rehabilitation Associate, you work closely with the members and other staff to assist in the operation of all functions of a Clubhouse International standard-based clubhouse. You will work with individuals on goals in the life domains of independent living, employment, education, social skills and overall physical and mental wellness. You will also:

  • Function as a responsible staff person with clubhouse members in assigned work unit.
  • Complete case manager duties as assigned: which includes development of rehabilitation plans, reviews, and to complete progress notes.
  • Participate in job development and community employment activities to assist members in returning to competitive employment.
  • Represent the clubhouse as a liaison with other programs of Community Services Group, community organizations, and funding sources.
  • Be willing to learn and model the five principles of trauma informed care; safety, choice, collaboration, trustworthiness, and empowerment.
  • Have a commitment to promote cultural, racial, language and gender access, diversity, equity and inclusion.

What's in it for me?

Wage:

  • $17.00/hr. for candidates with a bachelor's degree. $16.35/hr. for candidates with an associate's degree, Peer Specialist Certification, or high school diploma/equivalency.
  • Negotiable based on experience.

Hours:

  • Part-Time (24 hrs./wk.).
  • Monday, Wednesday & Friday (8 AM to 4 PM). Occasional Tuesday evenings (4 PM to 6 PM), Saturdays (10 AM to 2 PM) and holidays for Clubhouse Social Events shared among staff.

Superior Perks & Benefits:

  • 60 hours of Paid Time Off per fiscal year - prorated based on hire date & Other Paid Leave.
  • Extensive Paid Training
  • Career Development Opportunities
  • Family Medical and Parental Leave
  • Traditional or Roth 401K Plans with up to 4% employer match
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Life Insurance
  • Wellness Reimbursement

Health Insurance & Benefits availability will vary.

Opportunity:

  • To gain 20 hours of psychiatric rehabilitation training per year.
  • For a recent college graduate with a degree in human services to start their career or an experienced professional looking for a new challenge!

What qualifications do I need to have?

Must have one of the following:

  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with academic concentration in psychology, sociology, social work, HDFS, OT/OTA, special education, rehabilitation, anthropology or other 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
  • Certified Peer Specialist (CPS) certificate and one additional year paid or volunteer work experience in mental health direct service; OR
  • High School Diploma or equivalency and 2 years work experience in human services which must include 1 year of mental illness direct care experience.

Preferred but not required:

  • Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner credential (CPRP).

Must have all of the following:

  • Strong writing/documentation skills.
  • Able to work flexible hours to meet individual's and program's needs.
  • A valid driver's license, good driving record, and access to a reliable vehicle to attend trainings, meetings, and/or transport individuals to appointments.
  • Able to travel to trainings/meetings upon request of program director or designee which may include occasional overnight stays.
  • Ability to obtain clearances as defined by regulations.

Our team is the key to our success!

  • "The greatest reward of this job is the difference we get to make in the lives of others. It is such a joy to see the members learn, grow and take pride in the work they do. Realizing that you are part of their journey is priceless!"
  • "Members and staff learn from each other. The Clubhouse is a transformative mental health program where member progress is easily seen. I've had more of a sense of reward working here than any other mental health program."
  • "You have the opportunity to assist individuals with their life goals and experience the joy when they accomplish a goal that others may have told them that they would never be able to achieve. So rewarding!"

When you become a valued member of the CSG Team, you'll see all the good you can do, every moment of every day.

To APPLY or learn more about this and all open positions at CSG, please visit csgonline.org/jobs.

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

Tempo Clubhouse seeks Driver  Position based in Lancaster, PA

Tempo Clubhouse- Driver - Lancaster, PA

Join Community Services Group (CSG), a Certified B Corporation, as a Driver for our Adult Mental Health Services Tempo Clubhouse in Lancaster, PA and find meaning in your work every day. Immediately hiring for this position.

This position offers:

  • $13.50 per hour.
  • Schedule:
    • Mon. to Fri. - 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM
    • Optional additional hours: Thursdays 7pm-8:30pm, occasional Saturday and holidays
      • We are willing to hire someone to fill all or part of the shifts.
      • Must have flexibility to work 30 to 60 minutes after scheduled shifts as needed.
  • A great opportunity for someone who is retired and looking for additional income or for a part-time job that allows them to be home during the day.
  • An opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others.

As a Driver, you are responsible for transporting and/or aiding in the transporting of individuals to appointments and programs. You will also assist in developing transportation schedules and performing monthly maintenance checks to ensure that vehicles are kept clean and in safe condition. You will:

  • Be willing to learn and model the five principles of trauma informed care; safety, choice, collaboration, trustworthiness, and empowerment.
  • Have a commitment to promote cultural, racial, language and gender access, diversity, equity and inclusion.

CSG offers Health Insurance & Benefits including:

  • Medical, Dental, Prescription, Vision & Life Insurance - Available for employees, spouses and domestic partners who qualify.
  • Generous Paid Time Off & Other Paid Leave.
  • Extensive paid training with an assigned Mentor.
  • Career Development Opportunities.
  • Wellness Programs and Reimbursement.
  • Up-to-date, user friendly technology and in-house IT support.
  • 401K with employer match, Tuition Assistance & More!

Health Insurance & Benefits availability will vary.

Qualifications:

  • Be at least 18 years of age.
  • Have 2 years of driving experience.
  • 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.
  • Able to drive passenger vans and bring Clubhouse members into the Clubhouse program and back home from our local community while maintaining sensitivity to the rights and dignity of the individual.
  • Strong people skills.
  • Able to work flexible hours as needed.
  • Ability to obtain clearances as defined by regulations.

Become a valued member of the CSG Team. Together, we are a force for good!

To APPLY or learn more about this and all open positions at CSG, please visit csgonline.org/jobs.

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

Oasis Clubhouse seeks Executive Director  Position based in Oklahoma County, OK

OASIS CLUBHOUSE

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Board Approved: May 3, 2023

 

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Executive Director                FLSA Status: Exempt                

DEPARTMENT/PROGRAM: Oasis Clubhouse

REPORTS TO: Oasis Clubhouse Board of Directors

POSITIONS SUPERVISED:  Oasis Clubhouse Staff

Please send resumes to Faye at faye@oasischok.org if interested.

JOB SUMMARY/GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PURPOSE:

The Executive Director (ED) of Oasis Clubhouse is responsible for program development, administration, and the overall productivity, supervision, and distribution of work to Clubhouse staff to assure compliance, timeliness, and the provision of quality program services with adherence to Clubhouse International Standards.

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PRIMARY (ESSENTIAL) JOB DUTIES AND RESULTS:

The Executive Director oversees and manages the Clubhouse environment to ensure that relationships are developed whereby members experience themselves as valued participants in the Clubhouse community and assists other staff to understand the mechanisms of this process with adherence to Clubhouse International Standards.

  • The ED oversees the work of the Clubhouse and ensures that staff engage and work alongside members in carrying out these responsibilities.
  • The ED ensures staff engage members through encouragement, appreciation for their help, and focus on abilities, while allowing for and accepting limitations. Member engagement is voluntary and without pay or requirements.
  • The ED actively promotes the development of members’ aspirations regarding Clubhouse participation, employment, education, housing, and social involvement. The ED supports staff as they work with members to formulate plans for progression toward their goals.
  • The ED models the responsibility of staff to respond to needs and problems of members with practical guidance and advice geared toward realizing aspirations, cooperation with others, and circumventing the effects of mental illness and social maladjustment.
  • The ED ensures the Clubhouse members and staff are engaged in developing Clubhouse policies and advancing the purposes and welfare of the Clubhouse as a whole.
  • The ED is responsible for effective and transparent communication with the board of directors by providing guidance and knowledge of the daily operations of Clubhouse.
  • The ED assists the board of directors with board member recruitment and retention.

The Executive Director manages, develops, and communicates to members and staff information about Clubhouse resources enabling members to utilize opportunities in society. This includes:

  • Managing and developing Transitional Employment positions.
  • Participating in the operation of Clubhouse programs enabling members to obtain Supported and Independent Employment.
  • Assisting members in obtaining entitlement benefits, psychiatric and medical treatment, and in utilizing other community resources, as needed.
  • Assisting members to access housing resources, develop a housing stabilization plan when necessary, and support to help them remain in housing or if they desire a change in housing.
  • Assisting and encouraging members to further their education whether through the in-house tutoring program or programs outside the Clubhouse.
  • Participating with members in Clubhouse programs providing opportunities for social and recreational activities.

The Executive Director has abilities to effectively carry out their responsibilities in a communal setting comprised of people experiencing the disabling effects of mental illness. They model, for other staff, effective ways of working within the Clubhouse.

  • The ED transmits 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 and impediments of the disability.
  • The communal setting entails working in groups where the ED ensures that staff share responsibilities with members enabling the raising of expectations to permeate the group and members to lead in encouraging and empowering each other.
  • The ED demonstrates and ensures that staff have the capability and flexibility of handling and juggling the multiplicity of activities and demands occurring in the group setting.
  • The ED models a vibrant energy that attracts members and enables both staff and members to do many things well.
  • The ED is responsible for supporting new staff and students as they learn Clubhouse philosophy and practice. The ED will identify readings and other resources, initiate trainings, be very active in philosophy meetings, and proactively engage staff in learning and practice of Clubhouse philosophy.

The Executive Director is able to function as a part of a team understanding that each staff member is responsible for enhancing the Clubhouse as a community. They understand that their role is to ensure that the Clubhouse is a positive force in the recovery of members.

  • The ED communicates clearly, respectfully, and consistently with other staff and members.
  • The ED understands that they are part of a team, a leader, and their job performance reflects a concern for the overall functioning of the Clubhouse.
  • The ED ensures that they complete relevant paperwork in a timely manner as necessary.
  • The ED adheres to the policies and procedures of Oasis Clubhouse and engages staff and members in discussions about these policies and procedures. If a change is indicated, they initiate that with the appropriate body, i.e., Board of Directors, Clubhouse community.
  • The ED will take responsibility for their own professional development, seeking out guidance and learning resources when needed. They will encourage other staff and students to do the same.
  • The ED has a supervisory responsibility to all staff. They will supervise and support them in a way that is congruent with Clubhouse philosophy and rehabilitation concepts. They will ensure that supervisory meetings and evaluations are provided.
  • The ED understands the impact of the unit, the members, and the staff on the culture of the Clubhouse. The ED should reflect the Clubhouse philosophy in their work and promote this culture within the entire Clubhouse. It is imperative that the ED understand that they must adhere to the Clubhouse Model within their work.
  • The ED participates in events, collaborations, and groups in the community that will enhance the lives of Clubhouse members and the Clubhouse as an organization.  They ensure that Clubhouse members are engaged in these events as active participants.

The Executive Director utilizes every opportunity to enhance/improve the financial wellbeing of the Clubhouse.

  • The ED, in partnership with the board, actively leads fund development and fundraising activities for the Clubhouse.
  • The ED continually seeks out new grant and contract opportunities for the purpose of Clubhouse growth and development.
  • The ED, in partnership with the board, is responsible for the development, stewardship, and retention of donors. 
  • The ED handles the complexities and reporting requirements for all donations, grants, contracts, and funds of the Clubhouse.

PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS:

  • Staffing levels are appropriate to meet members’ needs within budgetary constraints.
  • Staff are knowledgeable about their roles and responsibilities and the mission and goals of the clubhouse program and standards.
  • All outcomes of clubhouse supervision and meetings are documented according to Oasis Clubhouse policy and regulatory oversight requirements.
  • Quality improvement recommendations are implemented.
  • Coordination and effective working relations exist with the board of directors and external community agencies.
  • Progress towards goals and objectives assigned by the Board including Clubhouse International accreditation.

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REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Language Ability:

Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively to groups of members, staff, or community partners.

Math Ability:

Ability to add and subtract two-digit numbers and to multiply and divide with 10's and 100's. Ability to interpret basic fractions and percentages. Ability to perform these operations using units of American money and weight measurement, volume, and distance.

Reasoning Ability:

Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

Computer Skills:

To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Publisher, and Microsoft Excel.

Education/Experience:

Master's degree preferred and four years related experience as ED of a non-profit or mental health professional and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Knowledge, Skills, and Other Abilities:

Ensures accountability; Follows through on commitments and makes sure others do the same; Acts with a clear sense of ownership; Takes personal responsibility for decisions, actions, and failures; Establishes clear responsibilities and processes for monitoring work and measuring results; Designs feedback loops into work.

Knowledge of Mental Health Issues: Approachability, Dealing with Ambiguity, Compassion, Composure, Delegation, Developing Direct Reports, Interpersonal Savvy, Listening, Motivating Others, Patience, Understanding Others, Process Management, Financial Acumen.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, sit, use hands, reach with hands and arms, and talk and hear. The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.

Current Driver's License, the ability to provide a driving record that will allow them to be placed on our auto insurance policy. The ability to operate and drive a 15-passenger van, or other large non CDL requiring vehicle for transporting members.

Work Environment:

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The ability and willingness to work weekends and federal holidays.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, and outdoor weather conditions.

The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Oasis Clubhouse will be in Oklahoma County.

SALARY:

Salary will range from $69,354 to $92,519 based on the qualifications of the employee to include education, certifications, number of years spent in the profession, and other related skills. Other benefits will be available upon hire.

A sign-on bonus and/or moving expenses will be entertained for applicants with sufficient clubhouse experience.

Bilingual applicants will receive special consideration.

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EMPLOYMENT SCHEDULE:

This position is normally assigned to workdays.  However, Oasis reserves the right to require overtime, weekend work, some holidays, and/or assignment to evening or night shifts, depending upon operational need. The employee is given 11 paid holidays per year on a schedule to be determined.

 

J-Town Clubhouse seeks Clubhouse Generalist  Position based in Jackson, MI

J-Town Clubhouse – Jackson Michigan

Clubhouse Generalist

·         Full-Time

·         Locations

Jackson, MI 49201, USA

Description

The Clubhouse Generalists work side-by-side with members doing all unit tasks. Program participants are perceived as “members” rather than “clients” or “patients”, and staff work to maintain an informal setting to reduce the psychological distance between themselves and members. The Clubhouse Generalists continually encourage members to assume productive roles both within the psychosocial club facility, and in the broader community. The Clubhouse Generalists provide members support through working to maintain a flexible, varied program of vocational, educational, and recreational activities. The Clubhouse Generalist is actively involved with the development of Transitional Employment and Supported Employment placements in the community and actively involved with their sustainability.

Why a Clubhouse Generalist at Hope…

Make a difference in people's lives, including your own.

Here are just some of the ways Hope Network invests in you for all that you do:

·         Starting Pay: $31,222. to $35,360.

·         up to $4000. New Hire Bonus

·         Medical, Dental, Vision begins on day one

·         Career pathing and growth opportunities

·         Educational reimbursement

·         Paid Training

·         Paid Holidays

·         Generous paid time off

·         Retirement savings plan with employer match

·         Student Loan Forgiveness eligible employer

·         Employee Assistance Program

 How you will change lives…

·         Work in close collaboration with staff team and members, as well as, individually to meet goals, promote a positive work environment, and advance the quality of services provided to members of the Clubhouse.

·         Actively engage members, work with, and alongside members in the work-ordered day, to identify needs in the unit and Clubhouse, to assist members in planning out a full day’s worth of work and ensure those needs are met, plan activities and perform tasks associated with true clubhouse units.

·         These tasks include meal preparation, administrative planning, clerical responsibilities, store and/or snack operations, and building maintenance. –

·         Ensure unit work is completed even if members are unwilling to assist. –

·         Ensure personnel identify and encourage the skills, talents, creative ideas, and efforts of each member each day. –

·         Participate in social/recreational activities on some weekends, evenings, and holidays. –

·         Serve as an advisor, advocate, and resource for a caseload of members.

·         Support member’s goals to find meaningful work outside the Clubhouse through Supported, Transitional or Independent Employment. –

·         Assist with vocational skill building, completing applications, interviewing, job development, job coaching and follow along supports. –

·         Participate in outreach activities aimed at achieving a minimum of 40% of total membership attendance daily

About you…

·         You possess a strong desire to help others with empathy, patience, understanding, enthusiasm, and dedication –

·         You exhibit characteristics of trustworthiness, integrity, and honesty –

·         You respect diversity and inclusion –

·         You demonstrate professionalism in communication, pleasantness, attendance, attention to accuracy and follow through, reliability, teamwork, and punctuality –

·         You take part in continuous education, training, and personal development and growth

 We are Hopeful you have…

·         Associates Degree (Required) –

·         Bachelor’s degree – (Preferred)

·         Valid State of Michigan driver’s license (Required) –

·         Ability to lift 50 lbs. –

·         Commitment to assigned duties and performance expectations –

·         Possess basic computer skills

Please send resumes to Mcharlip@HopeNetwork.org

 

Summit County Clubhouse seeks Clubhouse Generalist  Position based in Park City, UT

Summit County Clubhouse - Park City, Utah

Position Title:   Clubhouse Generalist

Job Type: Full-time.  Possible Part-time opportunities available for qualified candidates.

Salary: $48,000 - $52,000 per year

Benefits for full-time associates:

  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Medical Insurance

Benefits for part-time associates:

  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Flexible Spending Account

Schedule:

  • 8-hour shift
  • M-F 8:30am - 4:30pm.  
  • Occasional evening and weekend requirements

The Position:

The Clubhouse Generalist works in a collaborative setting to assist adults living with mental illness in rehabilitating back into the community. The role involves working with members to plan and execute unit tasks, as well as assisting members in developing and tracking their personal vocational, educational, housing, and socialization goals. The Generalist occasionally covers evening, weekend, and holiday social activities.  The ideal candidate is energetic, motivated, and has strong organizational and communication skills.
Who we are:

The Clubhouse is an evidence-based therapy-through-work program that focuses on helping adults living with mental illness to rehabilitate back into the community.  Clubhouses do not provide therapy.  We provide opportunities for adults with mental illness to achieve their highest potential through education, productive work, and meaningful relationships.  At Clubhouse, we envision a world where all people living with mental illness have the opportunity to lead healthy, productive lives. For more information: http://clubhouse-intl.org/documents/communities_eng.pdf

The right candidate will:

  • (Preferred) Have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in education, occupational therapy (OTA accepted), vocational rehab, social work, the humanities, or a related field
  • Be energetic, positive individual with the ability to motivate people
  • Have highly developed organizational and written and verbal communication skills
  • Have outstanding interpersonal skills and an encouraging demeanor
  • Be able to work as part of a team as well as independently in a dynamic environment
  • Have a high tolerance for ambiguity and be skilled at creating structure
  • Maintain focus in a dynamic environment with many interruptions and distractions
  • Be a self-starter and a creative thinker
  • Keep spaces and tasks well organized
  • Be able to assess a person’s strengths and challenges
  • Be able to create systems and procedures for many types of tasks and activities
  • Be able to identify barriers to participation and develop interventions to address them
  • Easily build rapport with people from many different backgrounds
  • Coordinate and participate in small and large groups activities
  • Like to have fun!

What you’ll do on the job: Clubhouse Social Practitioners have generalist roles and share employment programming, community support programming, evening/weekend/holiday social events, and work-day unit responsibilities. Central to this role is the active engagement of Clubhouse members in all aspects of Clubhouse operations.

  • Actively engage members in “side by side work” related to all aspects of Clubhouse operations through our Culinary, Facilities, and Business units.
  • Assist with the development of Clubhouse employment and educational programs.
  • Help members develop and meet individual educational, career, housing, wellness, and socialization goals.
  • Help members identify and access community, healthcare, and social service resources
  • Encourage peer-to-peer relationships and interaction among the members.
  • Conduct outreach activities in the community to increase membership.
  • Participate with members and staff in a collaborative decision-making process.
  • Provide training and coverage on transitional employment job placements as needed. Coordinate and attend clubhouse social and recreational programs. Flexibility to work occasional weekend, evening, and holiday hours.

Other Requirements:

  • Must have a valid driver’s license and good driving record required. Due to vehicle insurance requirements, candidates must be at least 25.
  • Must pass a background check

How To Apply

To apply, email your cover letter and resume to: info@summitcountyclubhouse.org

Statement on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Summit County Clubhouse is an Equal Opportunity Employer, we value diversity — in backgrounds, abilities, cultures and experiences. Mental Health is a universal concern, and we need people from all backgrounds and swaths of life to help create an effective, empathetic, caring, and supportive team.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and seek out employees with different backgrounds, ages, racial and gender identities, ability status, sexual orientation, religion and life experiences.  We are deliberate about the culture we are building and consider inclusion to be everyone's responsibility.

 

Fountain House seeks Clubhouse Director, LA  Position based in Hollywood, CA
Job Type
Full-time
Description

POSITION SUMMARY

The Hollywood Clubhouse Director will oversee the launch and operations of a new Fountain House clubhouse in the Hollywood area. The clubhouse is an organization that promotes psychosocial recovery for people living with serious mental illnesses within a culturally responsive and member-led community. The director is responsible for providing strategic leadership for the clubhouse and will work with members and oversee staff in building an effective and engaging community and ensuring the long-term sustainability of the clubhouse. The Director reports to Fountain House’s Senior Director of Programming and Housing, based in NYC and will consult with Fountain House’s Executive Director regarding clubhouse program development. 

 

Shift: 9AM- 5PM Monday - Friday with some flexibility as needed. 

Salary: $105K - $115K

 

ABOUT FOUNTAIN HOUSE

For more than 70 years, Fountain House has successfully addressed the devastating impact of mental illness on individuals, families, and communities through its pioneering clubhouse model, which provides a structured, therapeutic social community and the tools to break the bonds of social isolation faced by people living with mental illness, while also addressing their basic health and social needs such as access to healthcare, housing, employment, education, nutrition, and safety. Fountain House accomplishes this by working in partnership with its members – people living with mental illness – and putting them at the center of their own recovery.

Fountain House is the most widely replicated evidence-based model for people living with mental illness in the world with over 300 model programs serving over 100,000 people throughout the US and in more than 30 countries.

We are working for a world where no one is powerless, where health for all is not just an aspiration but a reality, and where creating change is a part of everyday life. We are just getting started and hope you will join us.

Fountain House, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

We especially encourage applicants of different backgrounds, cultures, genders, experiences, abilities, and perspectives to apply. We actively work to increase the diversity of experience and perspectives on our team, and we want to hear from you. Remember, no one comes with the entire complement of skills, and no one is the perfect candidate, so do not let a lack of experience/ skill in one specific area deter you from applying. 

Fountain House is committed to being a diverse and inclusive workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, age, physical disability, or length of time spent unemployed.

At this time Fountain House, Inc. is not able to sponsor visas.

Requirements

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Specific responsibilities include the following but may also include additional duties as assigned by your supervisor:

Clubhouse Management

  • Liaise with Fountain House senior leadership to ensure the clubhouse is aligned with the organization’s overall strategic vision and priorities.

  • Develop, implement, and manage effective and innovative programming at the clubhouse.

  • Promote a healthy and effective rehabilitative clubhouse culture and community.

  • Ensure commitment to social practice and the clubhouse model in all areas of clubhouse programming.

  • Ensure that all clubhouse programs operate ethically and with fidelity to the clubhouse model.

  • Ensure that all programs are evaluated regularly for effectiveness and improved where necessary.

  • Maintain compliance with all company policies and procedures.

Clubhouse Operations

  • Manage clubhouse program budget working with Fountain House’s Senior Director of Programming and Housing and the Finance team.

  • Ensure the clubhouse is evaluated regularly for effectiveness and improved where necessary.

  • Maintain compliance with all company policies and procedures. 

  • Develop sustainable fundraising, governmental and other external partnerships that promote the mission in coordination with Fountain House’s development team and relevant external consultants.

Staff Supervision and Development

  • Attract, develop, and support high-performing program staff.

  • Supervise, support, and mentor program staff.

  • Work in partnership with Fountain House’s Manhattan and Bronx Clubhouse directors to ensure alignment on clubhouse programming and staff development processes.

  • Create an effective team culture that utilizes shared decision making among members and staff to co-create and sustain the programming in the clubhouse. 

  • Ensure all staff have the resources and knowledge to perform their duties effectively.

  • Participate in supervision and training activities as requested by your supervisor and senior management.

Partnership Management

  • Be able to promote and articulate the clubhouse model and social practice to varied audiences.

  • Effectively represent the clubhouse to external audiences.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Ability to work with a racially and culturally diverse group of members and staff.

  • Ability to effectively handle mental health crises in a supportive and professional way based on training and standard accepted practice.

  • Ability to manage and develop diverse teams.

  • Ability to effectively handle crisis in a supportive and professional way based on training and standard accepted practice.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including ability to effectively communicate with internal and external customers.

  • Computer proficiency (MS Office – Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook and Slack).

  • Must be able to work under pressure and meet deadlines, while maintaining a positive attitude and providing exemplary customer service.

  • Ability to work independently and to conduct assignments to completion within parameters of instructions given, prescribed routines, and standard accepted practices.

  • Flexibility in terms of schedule including availability for limited work on nights, weekends, and holidays.

  • Preference for bilingual Spanish/English speaking candidate.

REQUIRED AND PREFERRED EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND CREDENTIALS

  • Undergraduate Degree required, Master’s degree preferred. 

  • Bilingual Spanish/English speaking fluence preferred.

  • 1-2 years Clubhouse experience preferred, but not required 

  • 3+ years supervisory experience required 

  • Driver’s License for some required travel is highly preferred. 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

  • To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty and meet all physical requirements satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Salary Description

$105K- $115K

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Unlimited Solutions Clubhouse seeks Unit Coordinator  Position based in Bangor, ME

Description

 

Unlimited Solutions Clubhouse is looking for a Unit Coordinator (MHRT/C + Employment Specialist)!

Who are you?

  • You are a kind, energetic, and positive human who thrives in motivating and empowering others.
  • You believe that recovery for humans living with mental illness is possible and achievable.
  • You thrive in an upbeat and dynamic environment, working both independently and as part of a team.
  • You are a self-starter and creative thinker.
  • You have an encouraging demeanor and can maintain a high level of energy and focus.
  • You come with a minimum of an Associate’s degree in Human Services or related field and an MHRT/C certification (with an LSW or LSW-C preferred) and you’ll achieve other appropriate certifications and trainings within the timeframe outlined in the job description.
    • To request a detailed job description including the full list of education and experience requirements, please reach out to Recruitment@pchc.com.

Who are we? Our intentional working community is a non-clinical therapy-through-work program that focuses on helping adults with mental illness (re)discover their passions and interests. We assist people in living vocationally meaningful and socially satisfying lives by returning to work and school, living independently, and developing a social support network. In this restorative environment, members gain access to opportunities to rejoin the worlds of friendships, family, community, employment and education, and to the services and support they may need. Learn more about Unlimited Solutions Clubhouse at www.unlimitedsolutionsclubhouse.com.

Why do you want this job? Because it is possible to find fulfillment and meaning when you clock in to work every day. Here is just a snapshot of what your day would look like as a Unit Coordinator:

  • You will serve as ambassador for PCHC and the Unlimited Solutions Clubhouse, ensuring communication and activities are member-centered and mission-focused.
  • You will coordinate, inspire, teach, and plan vocational social, and independent skill building activities associated with each Clubhouse Unit, performing functions such as:
    • Implementing Clubhouse Model of Psychiatric Rehabilitation with members to ensure skill development opportunities.
    • Completing work alongside Clubhouse members, keeping them engaged in all aspects of Clubhouse operations.
    • Assisting members in developing vocational, educational, housing, and socialization goals and objectives.
    • Providing training and coverage on transitional employment job placements and contributing to job development efforts.
  • You will provide problem solving support and resources to assist members in managing their mental illness.
  • You will form meaningful, genuine, and collegial relationships with members and internal and external partners, while maintaining appropriate and healthy boundaries and levels of disclosure.
  • You will see and feel the positive impact you’re making.

What can we do together? Change the world.

Schedule: Full-Time, Monday-Friday, 7:30am-4pm (NOTE: Some evenings, weekends, and holidays required on rotation)

Collaborative culture, excellent benefits, generous paid time off policy, and much more! What’s it like to work at PCHC? Find out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyC3DFYq0zg

Curious, or interested to learn more? Apply today! You can request a full copy of the detailed job description by emailing recruitment@pchc.com.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or any other characteristic protected by law.

#LI-Onsite

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California Clubhouse seeks Executive Director  Position based in San Carlos, CA

(8/29/23)

 

The Organization

Founded in 2015, California Clubhouse is an accredited social and vocational rehabilitation program for those whose lives have been impacted by mental illness. Based in San Carlos, California Clubhouse is part of a larger, thriving, network of more than 300 global Clubhouses in 30+ countries creating hope and opportunity for their members. A recipient of the prestigious Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize, the Clubhouse network is “a proven model to help those suffering from mental illness reclaim their lives and realize their potential through work and the support of a caring community.” The only local program of its kind, the California Clubhouse is a self-powered community made up of like-minded individuals who empower, and advocate for each other to create a unique sense of belonging and support. The innovative Clubhouse model restores agency to members who participate in consensus-based decision making and assists members in reaching the goals they have for their career and education. The program has proven benefits for both members and employers. The results are extraordinary: Clubhouse members have longer job tenure, higher earnings, and double the employment rate as compared to individuals living with mental illness who are not clubhouse members.

The Opportunity

California Clubhouse, in partnership with San Mateo County, is entering an exciting new era – with a move to larger premises – and is poised to expand the number of members served, its programs, and services under new leadership. California Clubhouse seeks a dynamic, compassionate, and ambitious Executive Director (ED) who is committed to supporting the lives of adults recovering from mental health challenges. Overseeing a current team of six, the ED leads all operations of California Clubhouse in collaboration with members, staff, and other key stakeholders. In partnership with the Board, the ED works to ensure California Clubhouse continues to serve the community and will drive the organization's vision to expand support to others in critical need of Clubhouse services.

Key Responsibilities

Fundraising and Strategic Growth

  • Actively engage the greater community to develop new relationships and identify partnerships with like-minded organizations, civic partners, and prospective funders to advance the work of the Clubhouse.
  • Lead the strategic planning process in collaboration with the Board to develop concrete long term goals and funding needs.
  • Develop and execute a fundraising plan and/or campaign to guide and promote the evolution and expansion of the organization’s resources and programs in alignment with the strategic plan and new facilities.
  • Identify opportunities to raise the profile and reputation of the organization through the prominence of the new location and press and marketing opportunities.

Budget and Fiscal Management

  • Use sound fiscal best practices to develop annual budgets, track financial progress, and oversee fiscal activities of the Clubhouse.
  • Provide oversight for contract and grant negotiation, execution, implementation and reporting.
  • Ensure communication of accurate and timely reports to donors and the Board of Directors.

OrganizationalLeadership

  • Manage hiring of staff and colleague engagement through coaching, mentoring, teambuilding, performance management, recognition, and professional development. Provide leadership and oversight through an empowerment-based model, consensus-driven and equity-based decision making.
  • Manage staff and collaborate with members to oversee the business, administrative, and logistical operations of the Clubhouse.
  • Ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
  • Perform other related duties as required.

Ideal Candidate

You identify as a collaborative leader and creative problem solver who relishes the opportunity to build consensus and drive progress forward. You delight in connecting partners and donors to greater opportunities for impact and meaningful relationships. You’re most fulfilled when empowering teammates to identify, leverage, and amplify their skills and talents. In addition, you bring:

  • A passion for helping people achieve their personal and community goals while focusing on their mental health recovery.
  • At least 5+ years of senior non-profit leadership and management experience in fundraising, board engagement, operations, financial management, and public relations/advocacy.
  • A strong interest in human services, psychology, social work, public administration, and professional experience working with vulnerable populations is preferred.
  • At least 3-5 years of experience successfully managing multiple direct reports, including coaching, and developing employees.
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication and presentation skills, including the ability to effectively communicate in a variety of formats and venues in both casual and formal contexts.
  • Demonstrated success developing and implementing fundraising plans, including increasing and diversifying revenue streams.
  • Strong nonprofit financial management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision making, and reporting.
  • Comfort with negotiating and executing programmatic contracts and participating in compliance audits.
  • Demonstrated commitment to social justice and equity best practices through cultural humility.
  • Available to work a flexible schedule, including some evening, weekend, and holiday hours as well as to attend off-site conferences, Clubhouse International seminars and conferences, and Clubhouse International director’s training.

Our Team: Culture and Benefits

We strive to create an environment where everyone is valued regardless of background. We offer paid time off, health, dental, and vision insurance and an opportunity to join the CalSavers retirement plan. This is a hybrid role with an annual salary range for this position of

$125,000-$150,000 depending on experience.

Equal Opportunity Employer

California Clubhouse seeks a diverse and inclusive workforce that is representative of the members (program participants) we serve and our greater community. At California Clubhouse, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates with no discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy (including childbirth, lactation and related medical conditions), national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristics protected by applicable law.

To Apply

Please share a thoughtful cover letter and resume to: CAClubhouseCareers@gmail.com. We thank you for your interest and will respond to all applicants!

 

 

Fountain House seeks Program Director-Communications Unit  Position based in New York, NY

Fountain House

Job Description

(8/17/23)

 

Position Title:

Program Director – Communication Unit

Work Location:

Main Clubhouse – 425 West 47th Street

Division/Department:

Program Units

Reports to: Title of Manager (not person’s name)

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Program Director is responsible for making sure all elements of social practice are available to the membership in the program area and that all social practitioners have adequate support, training and supervision to provide effective quality services to Fountain House members. Social Practice is a specialized form of therapy that uses the setting of an intentional community to assist people in their mental health recovery. It focuses on a community-based approach of helping individuals learn new skills, hone their talents, build dignity, develop a sense of belonging, and make progress towards their goals.

The International Standards for Clubhouse Programs, consensually agreed upon by the worldwide Clubhouse community, define the Clubhouse Model of rehabilitation. The principles expressed in these Standards are at the heart of the Clubhouse community’s success in helping people with mental illness to stay out of hospitals while achieving social, financial, educational and vocational goals. The Standards also serve as a “bill of rights” for members and a code of ethics for staff, board and administrators. The Standards insist that a Clubhouse is a place that offers respect and opportunity to its members.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Perform all elements of Social Practice (member engagement, social design, relationship development, continuous assessment & therapeutic intervention and management of transitional environments) with the membership.
  • Support and develop a therapeutic community based on Social Practice and the International Clubhouse Standards.
  • Supervise the other social practitioners in your program. Mentor, develop and support the other social practitioners throughout the organization.
  • Responsible for the program’s budget; data collection; scope of service requirements and overall administration of the program.
  • Coordinate schedules; responsibilities; caseloads and evaluations of the social practitioners in the program.
  • Ensure the meaningful participation of the program in supporting the clubhouse community and the overall mission of Fountain House.
  • Actively participate in programmatic decision-making forums such as the Programming Committee.
  • Maintain compliance with all government agency requirements, company policies and procedures.
  • Promote and support the clubhouse community and Social Practice internally and externally.
  • Flexibility, as demonstrated by interchanging with other staff on the unit, staying late or arriving early, if necessary to fulfill unit or member needs. Additionally, participate in organizational forums,
  • Attend events and external meetings representing Fountain House as needed.
  • Ensuring the program is properly staffed including interviewing and hiring staff.
  • Perform related duties as assigned by Senior Director of Programming & Housing.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including ability to effectively communicate with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Basic computer proficiency (MS Office – Word, Excel, AWARDS and Outlook)
  • Must be able to work under pressure and meet deadlines, while maintaining a positive attitude and providing exemplary customer service.
  • Ability to manage a team of staff and members and to conduct assignments to completion within parameters of instructions given, prescribed routines, and standard accepted practices.
  • Ability to effectively handle crises in a supportive and professional way based on training and standard accepted practices.

REQUIRED AND PREFERRED EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND CREDENTIALS

  • Master’s degree or equivalent preferred
  • An undergraduate degree or an equivalent combination of training and experience required.
  • Completion of Leadership Accelerated Program or 3 years outside supervisory experience.
  • Demonstrated mastery of the techniques of Social Practice.
  • A thorough understanding of Social Practice and the Clubhouse model.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Ability to perform the essential job functions consistently, safely and successfully with the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state, and local standards, including meeting qualitative and/or quantitative productivity standards.
  • Ability to maintain regular, punctual attendance consistent with the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state, and local standards.

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No special vision requirements

 

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About Fountain House…

For more than 70 years, Fountain House has successfully addressed the devastating impact of mental illness on individuals, families, and communities through its pioneering clubhouse model, which provides a structured, therapeutic social community and the tools to break the bonds of social isolation faced by people living with mental illness, while also addressing their basic health and social needs such as access to healthcare, housing, employment, education, nutrition, and safety. Fountain House accomplishes this by working in partnership with its members – people living with mental illness – and putting them at the center of their own recovery.

Fountain House is the most widely replicated evidence-based model for people living with mental illness in the world with over 300 model programs serving over 100,000 people throughout the US and in more than 30 countries.

We are working for a world where no one is powerless, where health for all is not just an aspiration but a reality, and where creating change is a part of everyday life. We are just getting started and hope you will join us.

Fountain House, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

We especially encourage applicants of different backgrounds, cultures, genders, experiences, abilities, and perspectives to apply.  We actively work to increase the diversity of experience and perspectives on our team, and we want to hear from you.  Remember, no one comes with the entire complement of skills, and no one is the perfect candidate, so do not let a lack of experience/ skill in one specific area deter you from applying.

Fountain House is committed to being a diverse and inclusive workplace.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, age, physical disability, or length of time spent unemployed.

At this time Fountain House, Inc. is not able to sponsor visas.

Note: This job description should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive standards of the position.  Incumbents will follow any other instructions, and perform any other related duties, as may be required.  The employer has the right to revise this job description at any time.  This job description is not to be construed as a contract for employment.

Applications may be submitted through the Fountain House website, www.fountainhouse.org under Careers.

 

The AIM Center seeks INDIVIDUAL PLACEMENT AND SUPPORT EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST/CPRS  Position based in Chattanooga, TN

8/8/23

IPS model is a supported employment program that helps people living with behavioral health conditions work at regular jobs of their choosing that pays competitive wages.

Description

AIM CENTER, INC. 

JOB DESCRIPTION  

JOB TITLE:           INDIVIDUAL PLACEMENT AND SUPPORT EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST /CPRS

REPORTS TO:                      IPS Team Lead, Program Director

JOB CLASSIFICATION:    Full-Time, Non-Exempt 

SUPERVISES:                       N/A 

COMPENSATION:        $36,500.00

                             AIM Center is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER                 

POSITION PURPOSE:  To promote recovery in a Clubhouse Environment fostering relationships with Members, while carrying out the services of the IPS Supported Employment program. Work alongside mental health consumers to identify specific supports, settings, and circumstances to enhance success and stability in employment.  Assist clients with individualized job searches, hiring, and training steps while coordinating and collaborating with employers, mental health providers, family members/housing supports, benefits counseling, transportation, and state vocational services. Provides support for educational and technical training for career advancement.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Completes training in and actively carries out evidence-based supported employment services using the Individualized Placement Services (IPS) Model. 
  • 65% of the time will be in the community and the remaining 35% inside the Clubhouse. 
  • Engages Clubhouse Members/IPS clients and establishes trusting, collaborative relationships directed toward the goal of competitive employment in community job settings with other workers who may not necessarily have disabilities. 
  • Completes initial paperwork, and develops individualized person-specific employment and/or education plans with clients that are congruent with each person’s goals, incorporating input from their mental health team and family members, with client permission. 
  • Job development, building business networking relationships. Conducts an average of six job development contacts per week.
  • Develops relationships with employers by learning about their businesses, hiring practices, hiring preferences, etc.
  • Seeks out certain types of jobs in order to make a good “match” for the member’s skill sets, work history, and future work desires.
  • Refer members to Vocational Rehabilitation or other funding sources if/as appropriate.
  • Participates in face-to-face and virtual meetings with Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) counselors, Office for Disability Services, Employers, Teachers/Instructors, Financial Aid Counselors, and family members with client permission to assist in the achievement of employment and/or education goals.  
  •  Meets with the VR counselor at each funding level for Supported Employment members. 
  • Assists clients in obtaining information about their benefits (e.g., SSI, Medicaid, etc.) and how they will be affected by employment in order for clients to make good decisions about employment opportunities. Refers clients to benefits counseling, as needed.
  • Provides supported education, using principles similar to supported employment, for clients who express interest in education to advance their employment goals.
  • Continues providing follow-along supportive services to members while working, once employed, for a specified period based on need.
  • Is knowledgeable about all Letters of Agreement with the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation and ensures that all contractual requirements are being met.
  • Maintains client employment files containing required documentation in the AWARDS electronic record system and paper files to meet contractual and regulatory requirements including Career Profiles, Job Search Plans, Job Support Plans, Job Start Forms, Job End Forms, Individual Progress Notes, etc. 
  • Completes monthly statistics on job-seeking and employed clients.
  • Assists with tracking systems and compiles employment data for reporting and presentations for TDHS/DRS and TDMHSAS. 
  • Attends weekly IPS staff meetings with the IPS Team Lead and other Employment Specialists.
  • Captures and relates client recovery stories to IPS staff and the Clubhouse. 
  • Models “Clubhouse Philosophy” by participating in Clubhouse activities to include Community Meetings, Unit Meetings, Employment dinners/activities, and after-hours/holiday/weekend social programming.
  • Participates in community job and career fairs and disability awareness activities.
  • Creates and displays job opportunities and other employment motivational graphics and signage. 
  • Co-leads employment-related skill-building activities such as Wrap-for-Work.
  • Advocates for the protection of members’ rights and services, increased Community opportunities, and ADA compliance. 
  • Collaborates with staff, members, and the community to gain the perspectives of others with diverse opinions, abilities, values, beliefs, perspectives, and ethnic or cultural backgrounds.
  • Takes deliberate steps to increase own cultural competency by attending training, events, discussions, workshops, etc.  
  • Completes all required training, and is knowledgeable of the evidence-based Individual Placement and Support program and Fidelity requirements.
  • Other duties as assigned

III. QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:  

Bachelor’s Degree. Experience working with people with severe mental illness, and experience assisting with employment services are preferred. 

Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS)

  • Possess a positive outlook towards recovery with compassion, and support. 
  • Ability to work as an effective team member is essential while having the ability to work independently when in the community using a strengths-based approach.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills required to engage with persons of diverse backgrounds and experiences.
  • Exhibit professionalism, competence, and ethical behavior when interfacing with Clubhouse members, IPS Clients, AIM staff and leadership, and Clubhouse visitors, in addition to employers and business contacts. 
  • Possess a valid driver’s license and F endorsement (TN only). 
  • Maintain personal vehicle liability insurance throughout employment.
  • Personal vehicle to transport IPS clients, when needed. 
  • Excellent organizational skills and strong analytical skills.
  • Synthesize information, make decisions, and consistently follow through on the completion of tasks, meeting deadlines as required.
  • Able to operate with many distractions and share office space.
  • Be able to receive and provide feedback to others in a manner that promotes teamwork and personal growth.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

“The ideal candidate must be able to complete all physical requirements of the job with or without a reasonable accommodation.”

• Able to lift, carry, or otherwise move up to 15 pounds occasionally.

• Frequently requires fine dexterity, standing, and sitting.

• Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer.

Justice, Diversity, and Inclusion:

The AIM Center is committed to equitable practices, working intentionally, and promoting equity throughout the AIM Center as we live out our daily mission as a Clubhouse and part of a social justice movement. As an AIM Center employee, you must promote the implementation of anti-hate, anti-racist, anti-sexist, anti-LQBTQIA+, and anti-trans training and an inclusive supportive work environment.

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS:

AIM Center provides work-life balance and competitive compensation. Eligible employees receive a rich collection of benefits. These include, but are not limited to:

• Medical and Prescription Drug Coverage

• Dental 

• Vision

• Employee Assistance Program (EAP)/ Behavioral Health

• Life Insurance and Accidental Death & Dismemberment Coverage 

• Long-Term and Short-Term Disability Coverage  

• 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan with employer match up to 3% of annual salary

• Generous Paid Time Off

• 10 Paid Holidays

Interested individuals should submit a cover letter and resume.

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Website: aimcenterinc.org

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The AIM Center seeks INDIVIDUAL PLACEMENT AND SUPPORT EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST  Position based in Chattanooga, TN

8/8/23

Are you passionate about working with people with serious mental illnesses? Want to join a team, a strong team, and an established Organization? The AIM Center is looking for a few good people who believe everyone has the right to work! Come be part of a TEAM who believes exactly that!

Description

AIM CENTER, INC. 

JOB DESCRIPTION

JOB TITLE:           INDIVIDUAL PLACEMENT AND SUPPORT EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST 

REPORTS TO:                      IPS Team Lead, Program Director

JOB CLASSIFICATION:    Full-Time, Non-Exempt 

SUPERVISES:                       N/A 

COMPENSATION:        $36,500.00

AIM Center is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER                    

POSITION PURPOSE:  To promote recovery in a Clubhouse Environment fostering relationships with Members, while carrying out the services of the IPS Supported Employment program. Work alongside mental health consumers to identify specific supports, settings, and circumstances to enhance success and stability in employment.  Assist clients with individualized job searches, hiring, and training steps while coordinating and collaborating with employers, mental health providers, family members/housing supports, benefits counseling, transportation, and state vocational services. Provides support for educational and technical training for career advancement.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Completes training in and actively carries out evidence-based supported employment services using the Individualized Placement Services (IPS) Model. 
  • 65% of the time will be in the community and the remaining 35% inside the Clubhouse. 
  • Engages Clubhouse Members/IPS clients and establishes trusting, collaborative relationships directed toward the goal of competitive employment in community job settings with other workers who may not necessarily have disabilities. 
  • Completes initial paperwork, and develops individualized person-specific employment and/or education plans with clients that are congruent with each person’s goals, incorporating input from their mental health team and family members, with client permission. 
  • Job development, building business networking relationships. Conducts an average of six job development contacts per week.
  • Develops relationships with employers by learning about their businesses, hiring practices, hiring preferences, etc.
  • Seeks out certain types of jobs in order to make a good “match” for the member’s skill sets, work history, and future work desires.
  • Refer members to Vocational Rehabilitation or other funding sources if/as appropriate.
  • Participates in face-to-face and virtual meetings with Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) counselors, Office for Disability Services, Employers, Teachers/Instructors, Financial Aid Counselors, and family members with client permission to assist in the achievement of employment and/or education goals.  
  •  Meets with the VR counselor at each funding level for Supported Employment members. 
  • Assists clients in obtaining information about their benefits (e.g., SSI, Medicaid, etc.) and how they will be affected by employment in order for clients to make good decisions about employment opportunities. Refers clients to benefits counseling, as needed.
  • Provides supported education, using principles similar to supported employment, for clients who express interest in education to advance their employment goals.
  • Continues providing follow-along supportive services to members while working, once employed, for a specified period based on need.
  • Is knowledgeable about all Letters of Agreement with the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation and ensures that all contractual requirements are being met.
  • Maintains client employment files containing required documentation in the AWARDS electronic record system and paper files to meet contractual and regulatory requirements including Career Profiles, Job Search Plans, Job Support Plans, Job Start Forms, Job End Forms, Individual Progress Notes, etc. 
  • Completes monthly statistics on job-seeking and employed clients.
  • Assists with tracking systems and compiles employment data for reporting and presentations for TDHS/DRS and TDMHSAS. 
  • Attends weekly IPS staff meetings with the IPS Team Lead and other Employment Specialists.
  • Captures and relates client recovery stories to IPS staff and the Clubhouse. 
  • Models “Clubhouse Philosophy” by participating in Clubhouse activities to include Community Meetings, Unit Meetings, Employment dinners/activities, and after-hours/holiday/weekend social programming.
  • Participates in community job and career fairs and disability awareness activities.
  • Creates and displays job opportunities and other employment motivational graphics and signage. 
  • Co-leads employment-related skill-building activities such as Wrap-for-Work.
  • Advocates for the protection of members’ rights and services, increased Community opportunities, and ADA compliance. 
  • Collaborates with staff, members, and the community to gain the perspectives of others with diverse opinions, abilities, values, beliefs, perspectives, and ethnic or cultural backgrounds.
  • Takes deliberate steps to increase own cultural competency by attending training, events, discussions, workshops, etc.  
  • Completes all required training, and is knowledgeable of the evidence-based Individual Placement and Support program and Fidelity requirements.
  • Other duties as assigned

III. QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:   

Bachelor’s Degree. Experience working with people with severe mental illness, and experience assisting with employment services are preferred.  

 

  • Possess a positive outlook towards recovery with compassion, and support. 
  • Ability to work as an effective team member is essential while having the ability to work independently when in the community using a strengths-based approach.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills required to engage with persons of diverse backgrounds and experiences.
  • Exhibit professionalism, competence, and ethical behavior when interfacing with Clubhouse members, IPS Clients, AIM staff and leadership, and Clubhouse visitors, in addition to employers and business contacts. 
  • Possess a valid driver’s license and F endorsement (TN only). 
  • Maintain personal vehicle liability insurance throughout employment.
  • Personal vehicle to transport IPS clients, when needed. 
  • Excellent organizational skills and strong analytical skills.
  • Synthesize information, make decisions, and consistently follow through on the completion of tasks, meeting deadlines as required.
  • Able to operate with many distractions and share office space.
  • Be able to receive and provide feedback to others in a manner that promotes teamwork and personal growth.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

“The ideal candidate must be able to complete all physical requirements of the job with or without a reasonable accommodation.”

• Able to lift, carry, or otherwise move up to 15 pounds occasionally.

• Frequently requires fine dexterity, standing, and sitting.

• Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer.

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS:

AIM Center provides work-life balance and competitive compensation. Eligible employees receive a rich collection of benefits. These include, but are not limited to:

Medical and Prescription Drug Coverage

• Dental 

• Vision

• Employee Assistance Program (EAP)/ Behavioral Health

• Life Insurance and Accidental Death & Dismemberment Coverage 

• Long-Term and Short-Term Disability Coverage  

• 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan with employer match up to 3% of annual salary

• Generous Paid Time Off

• 10 Paid Holidays

Interested individuals should submit a cover letter and resume via:

• Email: JamiePolk@aimcenterinc.org

• By Fax: (423) 648-9135

• In-Person: 472 West Martin Luther King Blvd. Chattanooga, TN 37402

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Salary

$36,500 - $36,500 per year

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The AIM Center seeks Business Unit Director/Recovery Coach  Position based in Chattanooga, TN

8/8/23

The Unit Director will directly supervise all unit staff, holding them accountable for the quality, quantity, and timeliness of the work functions of the unit and the competency and proficiency of the required documentation. Ensuring the five elements of Social Practice are followed.

Description

AIM CENTER, INC.                                                         

                                                                Job Description                                                                

JOB TITLE: Business Unit Director / Recovery Coach

JOB CLASSIFICATION:  Full Time, Exempt

REPORTS TO:                    Program Director

SUPERVISES:                     Unit Support Staff                                                                                                    

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION: To perform those supervision and management functions necessary to the ongoing operation of the unit while carrying a caseload, working closely and collaboratively with members and staff. Creating hope, community, and social change while promoting recovery in the Clubhouse. All these things aid in enriching and celebrating the lives of people living with serious mental illness (SMI).

Here at the AIM Center, we envision an inclusive healthy community where all people living with SMI achieve their highest potential. We believe every person is capable of great things, deserves dignified and equitable treatment, and has the right to self-determination, opportunities, and a sense of belonging in a community.

The AIM Center, Inc. is an equal-opportunity employer

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Unit Director will directly supervise all unit staff, holding them accountable for the quality, quantity, and timeliness of the work functions of the unit and the competency and proficiency of the required documentation. Ensuring the five elements of Social Practice are followed. The Unit Director may be called upon to work in conjunction with a variety of other senior staff, experienced members, and others to successfully fulfill the roles and functions of the job.

These responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following areas: 

  • Provide supervision, support, and guidance of unit staff in their development and performance, as well as their participation in Clubhouse socials, events, Crabtree Farms, and employment dinners while adhering to the AIM Center’s administrative, fiscal, and personnel policies and procedures.
  • Maintain a member caseload as assigned by the Program Director.
  • Ensure all member documentation is completed accurately and with timeliness.
  • Completion of member service documentation including but not limited to; Assessments, Initial Individual Recovery Plans (IRPs), IRP Reviews, Daily Wellness Checks, Individual Notes, Group Notes, Member Summaries, Progress Notes, Continuity of Care, and Discharge Summaries.
  • Oversee the viability of daily unit functions. Ensuring the unit is meeting the needs of its members.
  • Foster a positive atmosphere and consistently evaluate the needs of the Clubhouse, and identify how those needs can be met through Work Ordered Day Activities.
  • Understanding and promoting Clubhouse philosophy and the International Standards for Clubhouses.
  • Responsible for training and evaluation of support staff.
  • Submit all leave requests, and purchase orders with receipts to the Program Director.
  • Periodically review all completion of service documentation required and completed by unit support staff.
  • Ability to provide open and honest feedback that promotes teamwork and personal growth when necessary, including following the disciplinary process guided by the Program Director.
  • Being a role model for members and staff through engagement and working side-by-side with members. Performing unit tasks, participating in activities, and identifying individual strengths and talents to formulate a tightly meshed and supportive community.
  • Ensure the daily coverage of reception duties including training.
  • Coordinate services with community partners, community resources, and programs.
  • Advocate for the protection of members’ rights and services
  • Ensure 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).
  • Functions as an AWARDS Trainer for both unit staff and members to fulfill the data entry responsibilities of the Business Unit.
  • Responsible for Member attendance data collection for the purpose of statistical reporting of Member attendance.
  • Oversee Reception Desk duties and facilitate Reception Desk training for members and staff.
  •  Ensure collection and data entry for attendance and reception desk data in AWARDS.
  • Manage correction of data entry and documentation conflicts.
  • Follow HIPAA and Protected Health Information (PHI) guidelines.
  • Manage the publication of the Clubhouse Newsletter.
  • Operate member financial services including maintenance of deposits, withdrawals, and reconciliation of accounts.
  • Order monthly supplies to stay within the budget.
  • Manage supply inventory and supply distribution.
  • Facilitate unit planning and scheduling to maintain adequate unit coverage and coverage in the Art Studio in the absence of the Visual Arts Coordinator.
  • Monitor and actively participate in unit tasks, activities, and employment services including job development, job referrals, job coaching, transportation, support services, and employment dinners.
  • Support and TE and manage Job Coach duties and assignments for members in transitional employment (TE) positions.
  • Provide support and assistance to other units, administration, and general clubhouse activities as needed.
  • Set project deadlines for support staff.
  • Supervise and actively participate in the unit outreach and reach-out efforts.
  • Develop and coordinate new unit projects to increase member involvement.
  • Assist with crisis prevention as needed.
  • Participation in Social, Holiday, and Event Coverage
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Have a Bachelor’s Degree (Master’s Degree preferred) with at least three years of experience in mental health (Supervisory experience preferred).

  • Personal commitment to being a Continuous Learner, with a positive, compassionate, and engaging personality.
  • Be flexible, by demonstrating interchangeability with other staff on the unit, as well as throughout the Clubhouse, staying late or arriving early, if necessary, to fulfill unit or member needs.
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills that promote unity within the unit. Communicating clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing.
  • Service-driven, utilizing a team approach, through building partnerships and alliances that start with the individuals and coalesce into stronger entities through a synergistic effect.
  • Have a personal vehicle with current automobile liability insurance.
  • Have a valid driver’s license and F endorsement (TN only).
  • Proficient in Microsoft Windows operating systems.
  • Proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel, Publisher, Outlook) skillsets.
  • ADOBE Premier experience preferred
  • Synthesize information, and consistently follow through on completion of tasks.
  • Exhibit professionalism and competence.
  • Be able to receive feedback and be willing to learn.
  • Provide adequate training and availability to new staff and members.

Physical Requirements:

“The ideal candidate must be able to complete all physical requirements of the job with or without a reasonable accommodation.”

·        Able to lift, carry, or otherwise move up to 30 pounds occasionally.

·        Continuously requires vision, hearing, twisting, and talking. Frequently requires

fine dexterity, standing, and sitting. Occasionally requires walking, lifting, carrying, reaching, kneeling, pushing/pulling, bending, crouching, and climbing stairs.

Justice, Diversity, and Inclusion:

The AIM Center is committed to equitable practices, working intentionally, and promoting equity throughout the AIM Center as we live out our daily mission as a Clubhouse and part of a social justice movement. As an AIM Center employee, you must promote the implementation of anti-hate, anti-racist, anti-sexist, anti-LQBTQIA+, and anti-trans training and an inclusive supportive work environment. 

Salary

$38,500 - $38,500 per year

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The AIM Center seeks Membership Coordinator/Assistant Recovery Coach  Position based in Chattanooga, TN

8/8/23

The AIM Center seeks a dedicated and committed team player who believes in the power of community and recovery for adults with mental health diagnoses. To help interested individuals become Clubhouse Members.

Description

AIM CENTER, INC.

Job Description

Job Title:               Membership Coordinator / Assistant Recovery Coach

Reports To:               Director of Membership/Welcome Center

Supervises:                N/A

Job Classification:    Full-Time, Exempt

AIM Center is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Purpose of Position: The purpose of the position is to assist with clubhouse referrals and enrollment systems, as well as promoting recovery, community integration, and improving quality of life for Clubhouse members who have been diagnosed with a behavioral health condition that significantly impairs their ability to lead meaningful lives.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Serves as a contact person for Clubhouse membership inquiries.
  • Compiles literature for presentations and distributes current Clubhouse marketing materials to potential referral sources such as mental health centers, psychiatric hospitals, private mental health practitioners, etc.
  • Schedule Clubhouse tours for prospective Members and families.
  • Streamlines the Membership application process.
  • Maintains member data in the AWARDS Intake/Admissions and Discharge modules to ensure the accuracy and completeness of member information.
  • Screens Membership applications and medical records to ensure eligibility requirements are met by each applicant.
  • To work side-by-side with Clubhouse members while upholding Psychosocial Rehabilitation components of the Program and to create opportunities for Members to meet their goals in these domains.
  • Adheres to TennCare Access and Availability Standards.
  • Creates enrollment records within AWARDS by extracting baseline data from referral records and the Member Application form.
  • Updates information for readmission of returning members with an inactive status of a year or more.
  • Work with members on scheduling and setting up orientation classes.
  • Be HIPAA Compliant and safeguard all medical records for informational content against loss, defacement, tampering, and unauthorized use.
  • Assists in the development of confidentiality policies and security measures to maintain medical records in meeting the agency’s needs, as well as protecting member rights.
  • Furnishes copies of medical records to authorized individuals and/or agencies in compliance with the established confidentiality protocol.
  • Works with members to accomplish duties of the position.
  • Participates in social and holiday rotation coverage.
  • Works closely with other staff to continually inform members of services and benefits of membership; assists with the execution of email and other marketing efforts.
  • Assists with member communication activities that drive attendance at AIM Center.
  • Medicaid billing documentation.
  • Maintain member PSR records in accordance with AIM Center guidelines and regulatory requirements.
  • Community Event Participation as needed.
  • Any other duties assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Health Information Systems or related field or a Psychiatric Rehabilitation Professional with five (5) years of experience.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Personal vehicle.
  • Valid driver’s license and F endorsement (TN only)
  • Automobile liability insurance.
  • Willingness to be flexible and adaptable in a fast-paced environment
  • Team player with a positive attitude
  • Ability to effectively communicate with others

Physical Requirements

“The ideal candidate must be able to complete all physical requirements of the job with or without a reasonable accommodation.”

• Able to lift, carry, or otherwise move up to 15 pounds occasionally.

• Frequently requires fine dexterity, standing, and sitting. 

• Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer.

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS:

AIM Center provides work-life balance and competitive compensation. Eligible employees receive a rich collection of benefits.

These include, but are not limited to: 

• Medical and Prescription Drug Coverage (employee cost share up to 35 % of premiums for employee only)

• Dental (100% employer funded - employee only)

• Vision (Optional benefit at an affordable group rate)

• Employee Assistance Program (EAP)/ Behavioral Health

• Life Insurance and Accidental Death & Dismemberment Coverage (100% employer funded)

• Long-Term and Short-Term Disability Coverage (100% employer funded)

• 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan with employer match up to 3% of annual salary

• Generous Paid Time Off 

• 10 Paid Holidays 

Salary

$36,500 - $36,500 per year

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Petoskey Club seeks Psychosocial Clubhouse Director  Position based in Petoskey, MI

JOB DESCRIPTION Psychosocial Clubhouse Director

(8/3/23)

When you walk into Petoskey Club, located in beautiful Northern Lower Michigan overlooking Lake Michigan’s Little Traverse Bay, you may be greeted with the sweet scent a meal being prepared, of onions sauteing on the stovetop or a dessert baking in the oven. You’re certain to be met with a warm hello and the sight of lush green plants growing in pots at the entrance. Walk into the dining area full of bright natural light and see members hard at work creating posters for an advocacy event, joining together for a decisions meeting, or signing up for the day’s work.

Petoskey Club is an internationally accredited Clubhouse model program, where people living with mental illness come together to promote wellness, recovery, employment, and advocacy. As the first Clubhouse in Michigan to be accredited nearly three decades ago, Petoskey Club is a place with a rich history, a place where relationships are created and maintained, good, healthy meals are shared, and program ownership and responsibility are valued. Club members take pride in their work, whether meal planning and preparation in the Club’s fully licensed commercial grade kitchen, cleaning and maintaining the building, doing essential clerical work, planning and community outreach, or any number of other tasks that are part of the Club’s work-ordered day. On a given afternoon, you can expect to find members working with their hands in the rich soil of the Club’s raised garden beds where ingredients for the daily salad bar are raised, in the kitchen cooking vegetables for a delicious lunch or heading out to gain work experience in through a transitional employment position. Club members describe Petoskey Club as a place to find purpose, friendship, and support in becoming more healthy, active, and aware.

This fun and vibrant community is currently seeking a new director. We are looking for someone with energy and a broad perspective about psycho-social rehabilitation who is experienced but humble and not afraid to roll up their sleeves in providing seasoned leadership to assist Petoskey Club in continuing to thrive. We think this is one of the best jobs in social work and hope you’ll read more detail below and consider applying.

Careers – North Country Community Mental Health (norcocmh.org)

SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES: 

The Psychosocial Clubhouse Director is responsible for the functioning, day-to-day organization and supervision of staff and members of the Clubhouse. The Clubhouse Director ensures that the program meets all DCH, Medicaid, and other relevant accreditation standards. This person monitors the Clubhouse budget to ensure that expenditures do not exceed funding and that data and requested information are submitted in a timely manner. Assists in leading work units when needed and leads as a role model to maintain philosophy and principles of the Clubhouse. Oversees the development of the transitional employment program and supervises all staff to ensure that PSR services and work units are meeting needs of members. Designs social and vocational supports for members including evening and weekend programming.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:       Possess a bachelor’s degree in human services with a major relevant to psychosocial programming.

 

Experience:     Three years of professional experience with persons with mental illness with one year as a supervisor responsible for supervising a mental health program.  Meet requirements of discipline in accordance with DCH and CMH standard and the Credentialing Committee.  Lived experiences with behavioral health issues are valued.

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

1.              Attends training to become familiar with the philosophy and standards of the Clubhouse in order to communicate and provide leadership to staff members.

2.              Implements the Clubhouse Model of Psychosocial Rehabilitation by providing leadership to staff and members in developing the work ordered day, PSR services and adhering to Clubhouse Standards.

3.              Assists in recruitment and hiring of staff.  Responsible for supervision of all staff working in the Clubhouse.

4.              Assigns and delegates staff to participate in agency committees and action teams.

5.              Manages the day-to-day operation of the Clubhouse and makes final decisions affecting Clubhouse staff and members.

6.              Coordinates necessary training for Clubhouse staff to ensure knowledge of Clubhouse Standards and principles of psychosocial rehabilitation.

7.              Responsible for the compliance with agency requirements, Clubhouse standards, and other requirements to meet DCH contract and accreditation standards.

8.              Coordinates the development and maintenance of TEP opportunities within the Clubhouse budget and with additional resources through cash match agreements with MRS and other grants.  Coordinates transitional employment services with the Supported Employment Program.

9.              Coordinates transportation needs of the program.  May on occasion assist in transporting members.

10.           Functions as agency manager and supervisor participating in meetings and contributing to administrative tasks as assigned.

11.           Provides instruction and oversight to staff in clinical documentation requirements and reporting of service activity in accordance with agency policy, procedure and Medicaid requirements.

12.           Monitors staff activity and the quality and appropriateness of services provided.

13.           Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.

14.           Maintains confidentiality of service recipients in accordance with HIPAA Privacy Laws and 42 C.F.R., Part 2.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Ability to walk, bend, stand, sit, lift up to 25 pounds with or without assistance, stretch/reach, hear, see, hand/finger dexterity and drive a vehicle.  Position requires physical ability to complete and maintain certification in CPI techniques which will be a training class provided to the job incumbent.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions in accordance with applicable laws.

OTHER JOB SPECIFICATIONS (KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES):

  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills; able to organize, prioritize and communicate effectively, at all levels of the organization.
  • Strong problem solving and creative skills; ability to exercise sound judgment and make decisions based on accurate and timely analyses.
  • Skilled in developing comprehensive reports.
  • High level of integrity and dependability; is results oriented. 
  • Able to maintain a positive attitude with work assignments and in relationships with co-workers.
  • Maintains appropriate professional image; able to maintain composure and effectiveness under pressure and in changing conditions; able to accept feedback as it relates to job performance and responsibilities.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be current in Adult CPR and First Aid; provided by NCCMH.
  • Complete initial training in Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (CPI); provided by NCCMH.
  • Have own phone for communication, reliable access to messages, and Multi-Factoring capability.
  • Have reliable transportation in carrying out agency duties.
  • Possess a valid Michigan driver’s license and have a satisfactory driving record.
  • Ability to work within guidelines of the code of conduct, regulatory compliance plan and personnel policies.
  • Supports a philosophy of service delivery that is recovery-based, person centered and culturally competent.
  • Adhere to applicable policies and procedures as required by MDHHS and other pertinent regulatory agencies.
  • Actively participate as a member of a team and offer assistance to others when needed.  Participate on team projects or on committees when appropriate.
  • Supports a philosophy of service delivery that is recovery-based, person centered and culturally competent
  • Adherence and commitment to the principles of community mental health services, and the mission and purpose of North Country Community Mental Health.
  • Report any situation that is a potential violation of the False Claims Act or any otherwise reportable occurrence as defined in the Regulatory Compliance Plan.

This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

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Careers – North Country Community Mental Health (norcocmh.org)

Threshold Clubhouse seeks FT/PT Program Support Specialist (Culinary)  Position based in Durham, NC

FT/PT Program Support Specialist (Culinary)

Threshold, the only Clubhouse-accredited, evidence-based model rehabilitation program, serving adults with serious mental illness in Durham, seeks full-time and part-time Program Specialists. The Clubhouse-model approach towards mental rehabilitation focuses on engaging our members throughout the day, focusing on improving social and vocational skills.

Our Program Specialists provide Clubhouse Model rehabilitation services in the prevocational day, employment, and evening/weekend social recreational programs. Job responsibilities will predominately focus in Threshold culinary units and include:

  • Preparing, planning and facilitating meals cooked for and with Threshold members.
  • Menu planning and health and wellness programming
  • Planning, executing, and updating a member caseload, and documenting accordingly

Education & Experience: Our entry level positions require a BA/BS degree or OTA degree, plus outstanding oral and written communication skills to ensure member-related documentation is properly maintained. One year of experience with adults with serious mental illness strongly preferred, but recent graduates with experience will be considered. Clubhouse Model knowledge and experience preferred but not required.

Threshold is open 7 days a week, 365 days a year, applicants for this position must be able to work at least 24-40 hours/week which may include evening and remote and/or weekend hours. This is not a remote position and requires direct contact with Threshold members.

Compensation: FTE will receive flexible time off; a generous vacation package; and 100% employer-paid health and dental. Full-time staff are also eligible to participate in a retirement fund with agency matching. Starting salary is $20/hour. LCSW supervision is also available for those seeking licensure.

Skills abilities: This position requires, a high capacity for collaboration as well as an ability to work independently and on a team. Individuals should be able to handle emergencies calmly and effectively; communicate effectively with all members and staff; demonstrate effective written communication and problem-solving skills and be comfortable in a highly social environment.

Licenses/Credentials: Valid NC driver's license required/must be insurable. Ability to travel locally and regionally or out of state for training. First Aid/ CPR certification shall be obtained and maintained. Must pass criminal background check and Health Care Registry checks.

To apply: Please send up-to-date resume, along with answers to the following 2 scenario questions to: employment_threshold@thresholdclubhouse.org. All employees are required to be fully vaccinated per CDC guidelines. Threshold is an EEO (Equal Employment Opportunity) employer.

Please include responses to these questions with your cover letter:

1.     Describe a time when you worked on a team. What were some of your roles and challenges?

2.     Describe your experience in working with adults with serious mental illness and where do you find job satisfaction in working with that population?

Threshold seeks FTE Program Support Specialist  Position based in Durham, NC

FTE Program Support Specialist 

Threshold is an outstanding evidence-based Clubhouse model program located in Durham, NC. This FTE position is an opportunity to be part of this transformative model of recovery for adults diagnosed with severe mental illnesses. 

Job responsibilities will focus in case management and in Threshold’s culinary units and include:

-        Working with members in employment, clerical or culinary work units

-        Menu planning and health and wellness programming

-        Managing a member caseload of 10-20

Education & Experience: BA/BS degree or OTA degree; one year of experience with adults with serious mental illness strongly preferred.

Applicants for this position must be able to work onsite 40 hours/week which may include evening and remote and/or weekend hours.

Compensation:

  • Salary commensurate with experience
  • Generous vacation package
  • 100% employer-paid health and dental.
  • Retirement fund with agency matching.
  • LCSW supervision is also available for those seeking licensure. 

Skills abilities: This position requires a high capacity for collaboration as well as an ability to work independently and on a team and be comfortable in a highly social environment.

Licenses/Credentials: Valid NC driver's license required/must be insurable. Ability to travel locally and regionally or out of state for training. First Aid/ CPR certification shall be obtained and maintained. Must pass criminal background check and Health Care Registry checks.

To apply: Please send up-to-date resume, along with answers to the following 2 scenario questions to: employment_threshold@thresholdclubhouse.org. All employees are required to be fully vaccinated per CDC guidelines. Threshold is an EEO (Equal Employment Opportunity) employer.

Please include responses to these questions with your cover letter:

  1. Describe a time when you worked on a team. What were some of your roles and challenges?
  2. Describe your experience in working with adults with serious mental illness and where do you find job satisfaction in working with that population?
The Opportunity Center seeks Clubhouse Director  Position based in Bay City, MI

Clubhouse Director – Opportunity Center

The Opportunity Center in Bay City, MI is seeking a Clubhouse Director to assume overall responsibility for leadership, vision, direction and daily supervision of the Clubhouse program.  This psychosocial Clubhouse program serves adults with mental illness, offering an intentional community of recovery and support to assist people in living vocationally meaningful and socially satisfying lives by participating in their community.

Job Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the day-to-day functioning of the Clubhouse, working side-by-side with staff and members
  • Ensure compliance with Clubhouse International Standards
  • Public relations and relationship-building in the community
  • Ensure the Clubhouse meets all Medicaid, CARF, CI and contract requirements
  • Financial oversite of program
  • Timely completion of required documentation
  • Wok in units and TE placements as needed 
  • Participate in the hiring, recruitment, scheduling, evaluation and supervision of staff
  • May assist in transportation
  • Some evenings, weekends and holidays required
  • Serve as a member of agency Administrative Team

Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in a human service field with proper licensure, certification or registration by a state or national organization to provide health care services preferred.  Consideration for bachelor’s degree with appropriate registration, certification or licensure and exceptional experience in the field of mental health. 
  • Three years experience working with individuals with mental illness
  • Strong preference for individuals with Clubhouse experience
  • Demonstrated management skills
  • Ability to motivate and successfully engage others through facilitation and consensus-building
  • Must be flexible, comfortable managing multiple priorities, and working in a hands-on environment.
  • Positive attitude and the ability to inspire others
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Good judgement and creative problem-solving skills
  • Willingness to work flexible hours, including occasional evening, weekends, and holidays
  • Good role model of integrity, dependability, and Clubhouse philosophy
  • Ability to maintain composure and effectiveness under pressure
  • Ability to successfully complete required trainings, including out-of-state trainings
  • Valid Michigan driver’s license and good driving record.
  • Drug screen, Background check and driving check required.

For more information on Clubhouse communities, please read:  https://clubhouse-int.org/what-we-do

Please submit resume to: sredfield@touchstoneservices.org

 

Pathway Clubhouse seeks Clubhouse Specialist  Position based in Columbus, OH

CONCORD COUNSELING SERVICES HAS AN INTERNAL JOB OPPORTUNITY

Internal Posting Period: 03/27/2023 - 03/31/2023

Clubhouse Specialist- Full-Time Concord Counseling Services is seeking a Clubhouse Specialist to rehabilitate adults with severe and persistent mental illness through the development and implementation of work units Transitional Employment Placements (TEP), independent employment, and supported employment and social activities. The clubhouse model is a holistic approach empowering people living with mental illness. We are seeking people with 1 - 3 years' of experience, who are ready to serve with their heart! This is a full-time position and job requirements include, but are not limited to:

• Encourages positive, trusting relationships with members to facilitate rehabilitation

• Develops vocational goals and writes progress notes, with input from program members

• Assists in developing and maintaining TEP and SE sites in the community to include recruitment of new employers, organizing job, job coaching having regular contact with employers and actually modeling the job, if necessary.

• Maintaining positive relationships with club members, employers and Pathway team members

• Minimum Associate's Degree in Social Work or a related field required; Bachelor's preferred.

Concord is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Concord is highly committed to promoting and maintaining an atmosphere that is culturally inclusive and that welcomes diversity.

Interested candidates should apply by sending the internal job posting to: careers@concordcounseling.org

Lakeside Clubhouse seeks Clubhouse Manager  Position based in Holland, MI

 

Cherry Health is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) with a mission to improve the health and wellness of individuals by providing comprehensive primary and behavioral health care while encouraging access by those who are underserved. The Lakeside Clubhouse - located in Holland, MI is a psychosocial rehabilitation program that provides services to people with mental illness. The Clubhouse programs are accredited by Clubhouse International and operate under its evidence-based proven standards. The program offers members a safe place to develop purpose, responsibility, independence, skills and empowerment in their lives. A desire to work closely with members with severe mental illness is a must.

The Clubhouse Manager provides leadership, vision, and direction to the Clubhouse community in pursuit of its mission.  Clubhouse Manager is responsible for the active recruitment of eligible Clubhouse members from the community, staff scheduling, development, employee management, fund development, administering the budget, public relations, contract management, and publicly representing the mission and vision of Cherry Health and  the Clubhouse.

Benefits:

Cherry Health has excellent benefit offerings, check out a sample of the benefits available to our team members below!

  • Medical, Dental, Vision insurance options for you and your family
  • Generous Paid Time Off benefit that includes 8 paid full day holidays (Including Black Friday!) and 2 half day paid holidays!
  • 403(b) Retirement Savings Plan with generous employer match
  • MET and MESP 529 Savings Plans
  • Pet Insurance!
  • Vendor discounts and much more!

Responsibilities: 

  • Recruitment, hiring, supervision and termination (as needed), of all Clubhouse staff.
  • Educate and empower staff to be adept at meeting current and future organizational needs, and adjust schedule staff hours of work, priorities, and assignments to ensure efficient operation, based on workload.
  • Direct, supervise, train, evaluate competencies, including Annual Performance Reviews, and address performance issues consistently, promptly, and appropriately.
  • Manage and approve all timecards, including time off requests for staff
  • Plan and facilitate meetings to communicate organization initiatives and updates to staff.
  • Conduct quality assurance activities by assisting in the design, implementation, provision, and evaluation of continuous quality improvement programs and activities.
  • Review and analyze facility activities and data to aid planning and risk management and to improve service utilization.
  • Collaborate with other health-related agencies and resources to streamline services for patient and family participation
  • Oversee fund development and fundraising activities for the Clubhouse.
  • Act as Public Relations for the Clubhouse.
  • Develop and maintain employer relationships in the community for Clubhouse Transitional Employment opportunities.
  • Provide timely communication to administration and all required organizations of any serious, incidents, issues, or concerns.
  • Ensure contractual obligations are met including timely completion of all required reports and information to funding source organizations.
  • Ensure and encourage 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.
  • Meet regularly with Director of Behavioral Health Operations to establish role effectively.
  • Participate in the development of program policies and procedures, including implementation and evaluation
  • Understand and adhere to Cherry Health’s compliance standards as they appear in Cherry Health’s Corporate Compliance Policy, Code of Conduct and Conflict of Interest Policy.
  • Uphold standards, regulations and consistent practices set by State and Federal law, Medicaid, Clubhouse International and CARF.
  • Maintain accreditation by Clubhouse International and CARF.
  • Keep abreast of all pertinent federal, state and Cherry Health’s regulations, laws, and policies as they presently exist and as they change or are modified.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Leadership Responsibilities: 

  • Demonstrate leadership and management skills that foster a culture of mentoring, coaching, motivating and engaging staff.
  • Model and communicate key values in the community and to staff in a way that supports Cherry Health’s mission.
  • Oversight and management of the day-to day operations of the Clubhouse.
  • Coordinate communication between the Clubhouse and administration.
  • Successful development and management of the annual budget and monitoring process.
  • Advisory Board Development and growth

Requirements:

  • Licensed, certified, or registered by the State of Michigan or a national organization to provide health care services
  • Two years' experience working at a Clubhouse accredited by Clubhouse International
  • Masters degree in human service field with a minimum of two (2) years of relevant experience is preferred.
  • Bachelors degree with four (4) years of experience may be acceptable.
  • Experience working with community groups, Clubhouse programming and working within the non-profit sector in a similar role or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job listed above.
  • Willingness to participate in the 2- or 3-week Clubhouse Training Program at an ICCD Training Base.

Deadline:

We are accepting applications for this position until the position is filled.

Our policy is to offer all employees and applicants for employment equal opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, height, weight, sexual orientation, gender identity, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws, or any other protected category.

Cherry Health requires all team members, including temps, contractors, interns, residents, students, etc.  to receive the COVID-19 vaccinations subject to certain exclusions.  Cherry Health is committed to granting reasonable accommodations in accordance with applicable laws.

 

Qualifications

Skills

 

Preferred

Customer Service
Advanced
 
Operations
Intermediate
 

Behaviors

 

Preferred

Enthusiastic: Shows intense and eager enjoyment and interest

Dedicated: Devoted to a task or purpose with loyalty or integrity

Team Player: Works well as a member of a group

Leader: Inspires teammates to follow them

Motivations

 

Preferred

Ability to Make an Impact: Inspired to perform well by the ability to contribute to the success of a project or the organization

Education

Required

Bachelors or better.

Preferred

Masters or better.

Experience

 

Preferred

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 required. Masters degree in human service field with a minimum of two (2) years of relevant experience is preferred. Bachelors degree with four (4) years of experience may be acceptable.

Experience working with community groups, Clubhouse programming and working within the non-profit sector in a similar role or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job listed above.


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Yahara House seeks Clubhouse Generalist  Position based in Madison, WI

Based on the International Clubhouse Model, Yahara House provides evidence-based mental health recovery services to adults through meaningful work, meaningful relationships, and connection to community resources.

The role of a Clubhouse Generalist is to work side-by-side with members (Clubhouse program participants) on daily activities and projects. The Clubhouse Generalist ensures members are engaged and working together to complete tasks, such as running the front reception desk, conducting reach out calls, and/or preparing the daily lunch. The Clubhouse Generalist also acts as a CCS service facilitator/resource manager to help members set goals and connect with community resources/services.

The majority of the work for a Clubhouse Generalist is performed at the Clubhouse, located in downtown Madison, between 8:30am-4:30pm Monday through Friday. Some community-based work is expected, such as job support at a member’s place of employment or conducting reach outs/check-ins at a member’s place of residence. Yahara House also has rotating evening, weekend, and holiday social activities that all Clubhouse staff will occasionally be asked to work.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The Clubhouse Generalist reports directly to the assigned supervisor with overall program supervision provided by the Director. The minimum annual service hours expectation is 1352. Salary is determined by hire classification, level of degree, mental health credentials, experience, and bilingual fluency.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provision of Clinical Services (high responsibility 90% effort). 
    • Performs accurate assessments to evaluate mental health and/or co-occurring issues in a culturally sensitive/humble, recovery oriented, trauma-sensitive manner by providing assessments within the context of the member’s perspectives and beliefs. 
    • Provides ongoing support services in a culturally sensitive/humble manner to help each member to achieve goals. Responsibilities include individual/annual goal planning that promotes self-esteem, hope, and skill-building.  
    • Completes accurate clinical records and other information in a timely manner. 
    • Works side-by-side with Clubhouse colleagues completing the day-to-day operations of department work, transitional employment, supported employment, education, and recreation and rotating holiday support. 
  • Program and JMHC Participation (responsibility 10%). 
    • Attends house meetings, in-services, and other program activities as requested. 
    • Participates in Journey committees, trainings, and activities as directed and/or approved. 

QUALIFICATIONS 

Education

  • Associate Degree (minimum)

Experience

  • 2+ years experience working with individuals living with mental health or substance use disorders in a validating, empowering, and nonjudgmental manner.
  • 2+ years experience with and knowledge of mental health, whether through formal training and education, or life experiences.
  • Demonstrated commitment to valuing diversity and different worldviews, recognizing personal limitations, and working on an ongoing basis to gain cultural self-awareness, knowledge, and skill.
  • Possession of a valid driver's license, a favorable driving record, adequate insurance (per WI law) and access to a vehicle and willingness to use it for work (i.e., transporting members). 

Preferred experience, skills, licenses, certifications, etc.

  • Licensed Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant (COTA), Bachelor’s, or Master’s degree in a related behavioral health field.
  • Eligible for Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) Medicaid billing
  • Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW)
  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT)
  • Licensed Professional Counselors (LCP)
  • Substance Abuse Counselor (SAC)
  • Substance Abuse Counselor in Training (SAC-IT) 
  • Clinical Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC)
  • Professional certification such as Peer Specialist, or in a professional trade.
  • Bilingual (must be able to pass Alta Language Proficiency Test)
    • Spanish
    • Hmong
    • Khmer
    • American Sign Language (ASL)

The above statements are not to be interpreted as an exhaustive list but are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by this employee.
Journey Mental Health Center is committed to being a diverse, equitable, anti-racist and inclusive workplace and is an Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer.

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Summit County Clubhouse seeks Executive Director  Position based in Park City, UT

IS THIS YOU? Summit County Clubhouse (SCC) www.summitcountyclubhouse.org/ is accepting applications for an Executive Director We seek a professional with heart and experience working with people living with mental illness, and who is ready to take one of the fastest growing new non-profits in Summit and Wasatch Counties to the next level of community outreach and sustainability.

The Executive Director manages the day-to-day operations of the Clubhouse, engaging with members and ensuring compliance with all necessary programs, licenses and activities, and serves as SCC’s primary spokesperson to stakeholders, media and the general public.

SCC offers an inclusive community in which adults living with a mental health diagnosis can achieve their highest potential. It provides rehabilitative programs including pre-employment and social skills training that support our members as they work towards overcoming their mental health challenges to reach independent living. We adhere to the International Standards for Clubhouse Programs www.clubhouse-intl.org/, an evidence-based non-clinical model of mental health recovery for adults.

Qualifications:

  • Ten plusyears progressive responsibility working with vulnerable and diverse populations, preferably adults with mental health diagnoses, and managing crisis situations.
  • Three plusyears proven senior nonprofit management and administration experience, including the development and execution of strategic plans.
  • Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s preferred.
  • Experience working with board of directors, staff, clients, and partnering with key community stakeholders including member referral sources; government entities, regulatory agencies, and other community non-profits.
  • Strong nonprofit financial management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision making and reporting. Experience executing programmatic and operational contracts and participation in successful compliance audits.
  • Demonstrated success developing and implementing fundraising plans including increasing and diversifying revenue streams and cultivating individual and institutional donors.
  • Experience in community outreach, public relations and marketing, and public advocacy. Excellent writing and public speaking skills.
  • Maintain a valid driver’s license, vehicle insurance and a driving record acceptable to SCC’s insurance provider.
  • Maintain the ability to pass a criminal background check and random drug screens.
  • Ability to work flexible hours.

Salary range: $70,000 to $85,000 annual

If you are looking for your next step in a career that combines human services with non-profit management, SCC is a well-run non-profit that needs an experienced and professional Executive Director to catapult us to the next level of service. Interested? Please send resume and cover letter to: recruiting@summitcountyclubhouse.org

Summit County Clubhouse is firmly committed to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) compliance with all federal, state, and local laws.

Lakeside Clubhouse seeks Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialist  Position based in Holland, MI

 

Program Overview:

Clubhouse provides services to people with mental illness. It is a psychosocial rehabilitation program opened to patients of Cherry Health and patients from other mental health case management programs within the county community mental health provider system as well as patients who utilize non-traditional funding sources such as Kent County Senior Millage Self Pay or Ottawa County Millage funds. The Clubhouse program(s) is accredited by Clubhouse International and operates under its evidence-based proven standards. Clients of Clubhouse are referred to as members. The program offers members a safe place to develop purpose, responsibility, independence, skills and empowerment in their lives.

Times of operation can vary depending on community activities and holidays.

Work Hours: Monday through Friday the work ordered day begins at 8 a.m. and ends at 4 p.m. At least once per week, there is an evening activity offered. This activity typically ends between 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. At least once per month, an activity is offered on a weekend. This activity typically lasts four hours.

Social events occur both at the Clubhouse and in the community, based on member choice. A Clubhouse activity is also offered on all legal holidays. Those hours are determined by the members interested.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with academic concentration in an area relevant to the position, preferred but not required.
  • Valid driver’s license and good driving record required.  
  • Experience in a Clubhouse environment and life or work experience with adults who suffer from mental illness or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job listed above. 
  • Ability to work flexible schedule as position requires some evening, weekend and holiday hours. 

Primary Components of Clubhouse:

· A work-ordered day in which the talents and abilities of members are recognized and utilized within the Clubhouse. Members and staff of Clubhouse work side by side, as colleagues, completing all the important tasks necessary to run the Clubhouse. These include meal preparation, menu planning, shopping, clerical tasks, newsletter publication, finance reporting, data tracking, cleaning duties and many other tasks. Through involvement in this work, members gain the skills, confidence and supportive relationships that help them in achieving their full potential.

· Participation in consensus-based decision-making regarding all important matters relating to the running of the Clubhouse. All program decisions are made by members and staff together.

· Opportunities to obtain paid employment in the local labor market through a Clubhouse-created Transitional Employment Program. In addition, members participate in Clubhouse supported and independent employment opportunities.

· Assistance in accessing community-based educational resources.

· Access to crisis intervention services, when needed.

· Evening, weekend and holiday social recreational events.

· Assistance in securing and sustaining safe, decent and affordable housing.

Population Served:

Individuals with a serious and persistent mental health disorder.

Location and Hours of Operation:

Lakeside Clubhouse (Ottawa County Clubhouse) is located at:

490 Century Lane, Suite 400

Holland, MI 49423

Philosophy of Program

At the Clubhouse, we believe that all members have something to contribute. Through the development of relationships, building of skills and having a place to feel needed and valued, the Clubhouse helps individuals develop community, independence and personal growth.

Through involvement in the Clubhouse and its Work Ordered Day and supports offered, the Clubhouse can help members reach their goals of:

· Increasing pre-employment skills

· Gaining paid employment

· Developing daily structure

· Increasing social and interpersonal skills

· Increasing social support / building relationships

· Increasing community involvement

· Improving sense of purpose and belonging

· Decreasing isolation

· Increasing opportunities to practice and develop skills (social, behavioral, employment)

· Increasing independent living skills

· Increasing decision making skills and opportunities

Research shows that Clubhouse members have a higher quality of life and are more likely to be reported to be in recovery, (Characterizes of users of consumer-run drop-in centers vs Club Houses, J Behav Health Sern Res, 2009).

Description of Treatment Modalities (include frequency of services)

Staff are trained to use treatment modalities on a daily basis:

· Person Centered Plan, when working towards goals.

· Have training in motivational interviewing, Stages of Change, mental illness, Trauma Informed Care, recipient rights, grievance and appeals, cultural competency, safety/crisis planning and HIPAA.

· Regular training specific to Clubhouse philosophy and structure.

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Magnolia Clubhouse seeks Mental Health Professional  Position based in Cleveland, OH

Magnolia Clubhouse seeks Mental Health Professional

Magnolia Clubhouse offers the best jobs a social worker could ask for! We are currently looking for a skilled mental health professional to work in our Hospitality department. This position is intended for the mental health professional who loves to cook. You will spend your morning providing mental health interventions while practicing and encouraging creativity through cooking.

Candidates must be able to effectively build therapeutic relationships with adults living with mental illness.

Magnolia Clubhouse is a unique, dynamic environment that 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. 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.

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 or Licensed Professional Counselor with experience in the Mental Health and/or vocational field, along with experience with Medicaid billing and documentation.

Minimum: Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field is required.

Applicants should submit a letter of interest and resume to Angel Chapin, Chief Clinical Officer, at angel@magnoliaclubhouse.org outlining their interest in the Clubhouse, and how they believe their experience and skills will complement the overall Clubhouse community.

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

Work Remotely

  • No

Salary: From $45,000.00 per year Benefits:

● Dental Insurance

● Health insurance

● Paid time off

● Professional development assistance

Schedule:

● 8-hour shift

● Monday to Friday

Work Location: One location

Smith County Clubhouse seeks Generalist  Position based in Tyler, TX

Smith County Clubhouse  Generalist Position     Tyler, TX.

Please send your resume and cover letter to: info@scclubhouse.org.

Office: (903) 630-4313

Cell: (903) 714-0811

Position: Clubhouse Generalist   

Status: Non-exempt – hourly $15.00

Type: Part-time 24 hours per week (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday) 8AM-4PM

Organization Overview: Smith County Clubhouse (SCC) is a local nonprofit that promotes mental health by reducing isolation and building community. We adhere to the International Standards for Clubhouse Programs, a non-clinical model of recovery focused on offering opportunities for adults to engage in meaningful work at our Clubhouse.

Job Summary:Provide a wide variety of service coordinating duties including accessing community-based services, assisting members in the development and evaluation of their needs assessments and individual plans of service to meet all requirements. Engages in the work-ordered day, recreational and leisure activities to ensure members empowerment.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

· Maintain enthusiasm, commitment, and belief in the Clubhouse model.

· Work side-by-side with Clubhouse members to support Clubhouse operations. These operations include: cooking lunch daily, cleaning all areas of the Clubhouse, facilitating meetings, growing a garden, producing an in-house newsletter, maintaining administrative needs, and operating a snack bar. 

· On a rotating basis, cover evening, weekend, and holiday social programs. Participate in Clubhouse functions and events as needed.

· Assist members with resumes, employment, and educational opportunities in the community. 

· Connect members to community resources and conduct outreach activities to referral sources. 

· This job description is not to be interpreted as an all-inclusive list of duties, responsibilities, or requirements. Employees may be required to perform additional job- related tasks as requested, subject to reasonable accommodation.

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities

· Bachelor’s degree preferred plus one-year related experience. Qualified Mental Health Professional preferred.

· Minimum of one year experience working with mental health population.  

· Knowledge of vocational services and techniques.

· Ability to document, record, write information accurately and thoroughly.

· Highly skilled in computer operations and office suite, database software a plus

· Ability to drive 15 passenger vans or other large vehicles i.e. SUV. 

Qualifications:

- Must maintain a valid driver's license, vehicle insurance and a driving record acceptable to SCC’s insurance provider.

- Maintain the ability to pass a criminal background check and random drug screens.

The above duties and responsibilities are essential job functions subject to reasonable accommodation. The employee must be able to perform the essential functions of the position satisfactorily and, if requested, reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job and/or apply for the position, absent undue hardship.

Smith County Clubhouse is firmly committed to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) compliance with all Federal, State, and local laws.

Please send resume and cover letter to: info@scclubhouse.org

 

The Friendship Clubhouse seeks Clubhouse Generalist  Position based in Harrison Township, MI

Hope Network

Clubhouse Generalist – Harrison Township, MI

Full- time.

The Friendship Clubhouse provides non-clinical therapy - through- work program that focuses on helping adults with mental Illnesses.  All staff share in assisting members to live vocationally productive and socially satisfying lives. The program participants are perceived as “members” rather than “clients” or “patients”, and they work to maintain an informal setting to reduce the psychological distance between staff and members.  Staff encourages members to assume productive roles both within the psychosocial club facility, and in the broader community. Provides members support through working to maintain a flexible, varied program of vocational, educational, and recreational activities.  Actively involved with the development of Transitional Employment and Supported Employment placements in the community and actively involved with their sustainability.

Why a Clubhouse Generalist at Hope…

Make a difference in people's lives, including your own.

Here are just some of the ways Hope Network invests in you for all that you do:

- Starting Pay: $31,200 to $35,360

- $2,500 Sign on bonus (Bachelor’s degree in a Human Services field).

- Career Pathing

- Paid Training

- Educational Reimbursement

- Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance

- Pet Insurance

- Retirement savings plan

- Employee Assistance Program

- Generous paid time off

 How you will change lives…

- Work in close collaboration with staff team and members, as well as, individually to meet goals, promote a positive work environment, and advance the quality of services provided to members of the Clubhouse.

- Actively engage members, work with, and alongside members in the work-ordered day, to identify needs in the unit and Clubhouse, to assist members in planning out a full day’s worth of work and ensure those needs are met, plan activities and perform tasks associated with true clubhouse units. These tasks include meal preparation, administrative planning, clerical responsibilities, store and/or snack operations, and building maintenance.

- Ensure unit work gets completed even if members are unwilling to assist.

- Ensure personnel identify and encourage the skills, talents, creative ideas, and efforts of each member each day.

- Participate in social/recreational activities on some weekends, evenings, and holidays.

- Serve as an advisor, advocate, and resource for a caseload of members. Support member’s goals to find meaningful work outside the Clubhouse through Supported, Transitional or Independent Employment.

- Assist with vocational skill building, completing applications, interviewing, job development, job coaching and follow along supports.

- Participate in outreach activities aimed at achieving a minimum of 40% of total membership attendance daily.

About you…

- You possess a strong desire to help others with empathy, patience, understanding, enthusiasm, and dedication

- You exhibit characteristics of trustworthiness, integrity, and honesty

- You respect diversity and inclusion

- You demonstrate professionalism in communication, pleasantness, attendance, attention to accuracy and follow through, reliability, teamwork, and punctuality

- You take part in continuous education, training, and personal development and growth

 We are Hopeful you have…

- Associates Degree required, Bachelor’s degree preferred.

- Valid State of Michigan driver’s license (Required)

- Ability to lift 50 lbs.

- Possess basic computer skills

Please complete a job application by visiting our on-line career center at  https://hopenetwork.org/careers   Please apply to position CLUBH008537  

Alliance House seeks Clubhouse Generalist  Position based in Salt Lake City, UT

Full Job Description

Who we are: Our intentional working community is a non-clinical therapy-through-work program that focuses on helping adults living with mental illness to rehabilitate back into the community. We assist people in living vocationally, meaningful, and socially satisfying lives by returning to work and school, living independently, participating in their community, and developing a social support network.

The basis of Alliance House is our uniquely supportive and collaborative Clubhouse setting where Members and staff work together to operate all aspects of the organization in an atmosphere built on principles of mutual respect and caring.​

Who you are: You are an energetic, positive individual with the ability to motivate people. You have highly developed organizational and written and verbal communication skills. You’re able to work as part of a team as well as independently in an upbeat and dynamic environment. You believe recovery for people with mental illness is possible and you believe in the power of community. You have a high tolerance for ambiguity. You are skilled at creating and implementing structure. You’re a self-starter and a creative thinker. You have an encouraging demeanor and can maintain a high level of energy and focus for 8 hours. You have outstanding interpersonal skills. You like to have fun! You preferably have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in education, occupational therapy (OTA accepted), voc rehab, social work, the humanities, or a related field.

What skills you need to do the job: Be consistently upbeat with an energetic attitude, keep spaces and tasks well organized, assess a person’s strengths and challenges, analyze tasks and spaces for barriers to utilization and develop interventions to address them, create systems and procedures for many types of tasks and activities, easily build rapport with people from many different backgrounds, maintain focus in a dynamic environment with many interruptions and distractions, manage competing demands on time, remain relaxed and nonreactive when others are upset, stay alert and positive, coordinate and participate in small and large groups activities. You will also need to stand and move for long periods, document necessary information using pen and paper and/or a computer, drive a 15 passenger van, use a cell phone, utilize and be responsible for a company credit card, use standard office equipment, and use standard kitchen equipment.

What you’ll do on the job: Clubhouse Social Practitioners have generalist roles and share employment, community support, evening/weekend/holiday, and unit responsibilities. Central to this role is the active engagement of Clubhouse members in all aspects of Clubhouse operations.

Staff complete work with members, not for members. They are responsible for planning and coordinating work tasks with small and large groups. Staff also assist members in developing vocational, educational, housing, and socialization goals and objectives. Staff provide training and coverage on transitional employment job placements and contribute to job development efforts.

Periodically staff work in different job settings in the community (e.g. retail, food service, etc.) as a job coach. Staff also provide coverage on a rotating basis for evening, weekend, and holiday social activities.

Other Information

  • Valid driver’s license and good driving record required. Due to vehicle insurance requirements, candidates must be at least 25.
  • Background check required prior to hire
  • Equal opportunity employer

Before applying, please read: http://clubhouse-intl.org/documents/communities_eng.pdf

Frequently cited statistics note that communities of color and other marginalized groups apply to positions only if they completely meet qualifications. Fresh Start encourages you to upend those statistics and apply to this position. We excitedly anticipate your application.

Mission Statement

  • A Member-Led Community Empowering People with Mental Illness

Vision Statement

  • We envision a world where all people living with mental illness lead healthy, productive lives and have equal opportunity.

Core Values

  • Dignity and Respect. *We believe that all persons with mental illness are able to lead full and productive lives and be contributing members of society.
  • Membership. *We affirm that the strength of our organization is in its membership, and we engage members in all activities and decision-making.
  • Community. *We believe that community is central to recovery from mental illness, and we strive to create a community that is inclusive and promotes success.
  • Empowerment and Growth. *We encourage our members to take charge of their lives and to pursue personal and professional growth.
  • Environmental and Social Justice. *Consistent with our values of diversity, equity, and inclusion, we strive to create environmentally and socially just programs and follow management practices that promote environmental and social justice.
  • Accountability. *As an organization, we aim to act with integrity, provide high quality services to our members, and encourage individual accountability.
  • Partnerships. We strive to cultivate relationships with partner organizations to open up opportunities for our members.

Statement on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Diversity, inclusion and equity are values that Alliance House embraces in order to lead the development of an economy grounded in meeting the basic needs of all adults living with mental illness, provides a safe environment, and encourages joyful community. It is our belief that such an economy cannot be fully realized if people are excluded from full and fair participation as a result of racism, poverty, discrimination, cultural ignorance, bias or other conditions of exclusion.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $17.00 - $20.00 per hour

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift
  • Weekend availability

Ability to commute/relocate:

  • Salt Lake City, UT 84115: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Preferred)

Work Location: One location

 
Odyssey House seeks Clubhouse Director  Position based in Holyoke, MA

Welcome!  Thank you for exploring a career with Viability! Our team of 400+ dedicated staff members share the desire to do meaningful work and make a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island, and Oklahoma.

Position: Director – Odyssey Clubhouse

Location: Holyoke, MA

Salary: $50,000 per year

Hours: 40 Hours per week

Schedule: Monday-Friday; 8am-4pm with occasional evenings and weekends

Summary: 

  • The Clubhouse Director is responsible for the daily operations of the program.  This position requires the ability to lead a diverse team while overseeing staffing, utilization, funding requirements, regulations and accreditation, and implementation of state and agency policies and procedures. Lead program team meetings, ensure program documentation and file requirements are complete and meet funding source requirements by utilizing Credible, other EHR, Virtual Gateway, etc.

Qualifications: 

  • Master’s degree in social work, psychology or related field OR Bachelor’s degree in related field with five years related experience.  Knowledge and respect for diverse populations.

Requirements: 

  • Demonstrated proficiency in financial management, use of Microsoft Word, Excel, email, and internet. 
  • Organizational skills, creative abilities, and excellent written and oral communication are a must.  
  • Exercises sound judgment in problem solving, prioritization and multitasking. 
  • Ability to work independently in a team environment and be flexible to meet program needs. 
  • Development of strong relationships with all key stakeholders (members, member families, peers, subordinates, superiors, funding sources, employers, communities, etc.)
  • Program documentation (reviewing and approving progress notes, billing, contract amendments, ISP’s, etc.)
  • A broad range of interpersonal skills to work with program participants, community employers, funding sources, and other professionals. 
  • Valid driver’s license, 3 years driving experience, good driving record, use of vehicle, and willingness to transport participants in personal and/or agency vehicle.  
  • Must be able to travel within the region to access residential settings, employers, and community organizations. 

“Viability values our employees and the talents that they bring with them every day. Last year 23 staff members were promoted within the agency to roles that supported their professional growth.”

EXCELLENT BENEFITS including Competitive Pay, Excellent Insurance, Employer Matching Retirement + Work/Life Balance

  • Competitive Pay with Promotional Opportunities
  • Strong focus on work/life balance
  • Medical, Dental, & Vision Insurance
  • Health Savings Account
  • Health Care and Dependent Care Reimbursement Accounts
  • 403(b) Retirement plan with employer match of 100% (up to 4% of employee contribution)
  • Company-paid disability insurance, life insurance, and AD&D insurance
  • Generous Paid Time Off & Sick Time
  • Tuition Scholarship Program
  • Professional and personal growth opportunities
  • Employee Assistance Program for employees and loved ones
  • Preferred ratings for home, renters’, pet, and auto insurance
  • Fitness and Weight Loss program support 

To apply, please click here or see the Careers section of our website at VIABILITY.org

Who We Are

Our team of 480 dedicated employees share the desire to do meaningful work and make a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island, and Oklahoma.

Our Mission

We believe individuals with disabilities and other societal disadvantages are an essential resource for our country’s future.  Our mission is to help build a world in which individuals with disabilities and other disadvantages realize their full potential. 

Our Vision

Viability will be a positive disruptive force in the marketplace leading the innovative designs of future service delivery for individuals with disabilities and other disadvantages to realize their full potential within their communities of choice.

Viability is an equal opportunity workplace and Employer of Choice. We believe our strength lies in embracing our differences through a respectful, inclusive, collaborative environment. Viability provides reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities in all aspects of the employment process.

Wellspring Clubhouse seeks Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner  Position based in Sellersville, PA
Wellspring Clubhouse is a psychiatric rehabilitation program of St. Luke’s Penn Foundation. Clubhouse staff have generalist roles and share employment, community support, evening/weekend/holiday, and unit responsibilities. Central to this role is the active engagement of Clubhouse members (program participants) in all aspects of Clubhouse operation.

JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Work collaboratively with colleagues (members and staff) to complete the essential functions of the work unit.
  • Establish positive relationships with members.
  • Engage members in work necessary to run the clubhouse.
  • Create opportunities for member involvement and input, leadership, learning and working.
  • Complete functional assessments and create goal plans with individual members, ensuring all plans are reflective of the goals, values, and principles of psychiatric rehabilitation
  • Maintain timely and accurate rehabilitation paperwork and daily progress notes in accordance with state psychiatric rehabilitation regulations
  • Provide vocational development support for individual members, including job readiness, job development, job coaching, and maintaining ongoing support.
  • Within the Transitional Employment program, work as a placement manager in partnership with other staff, including learning job skills and duties, training members on the job, providing ongoing support, and providing coverage when member is absent.
  • Complete required training for provision of supported employment services.
  • Facilitate referrals and maintain ongoing, accurate, and timely reporting for members involved in formalized supported employment through the office of vocational rehabilitation.
  • Perform Case Management duties including becoming informed of local services/resources, advocating for services, educating members on how to access services, and coordination/communication with other providers.
  • Work with members both within the Clubhouse and in the community for skill building and goal attainment.
  • Plan and carry out social/recreational activities in collaboration with colleagues.

PHYSICAL AND SENSORY REQUIREMENTS:

Must have ability to sit for 2 total hours per day, and up to 1 total consecutive hour. Must be able to stand for 8 total hours per day and up to 2 total consecutive hours. Must be able to walk 6 total hours per day and up to 10 total consecutive minutes. Must have the ability to frequently use fingers/hands for fingering and handling. Must have the ability to use upper extremities for frequent pushing of objects up to 10 pounds and occasional pushing of objects up to 75 lbs. Must have the ability for frequent stooping and bending. Must have the ability for frequent reaching above shoulder level. Must have the ability for touching as it relates to feeling objects by touching with the skin, particularly that of fingertips. Must have the ability for hearing as it relates to normal conversation, high frequency and low frequency hearing sounds. Must have the ability for seeing as it relates to general vision, near vision, color vision and peripheral vision.

 EDUCATION:

  • Bachelor's degree or;
  • Associate's degree and 1 year experience in mental health direct service or;
  • Certified Peer Specialist (CPS) certificate and 1 year experience in mental health direct service 

TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Must have clear commitment to working with persons with longer-term mental illness in a psychosocial manner.
  • Psychosocial rehabilitation skills, crisis intervention and case management skills.
  • Valid Pennsylvania Driver’s license required.

WORK SCHEDULE:

  • Monday-Friday, 1st shift

Please complete your application using your full legal name and current home address.  Be sure to include employment history for the past seven (7) years, including your present employer.  Additionally, you are encouraged to upload a current resume, including all work history, education, and/or certifications and licenses, if applicable.  It is highly recommended that you create a profile at the conclusion of submitting your first application.  Thank you for your interest in St. Luke's!!

Click here to apply

 St. Luke's University Health Network is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
 
Northstar Clubhouse seeks Membership Coordinator  Position based in Portland, OR

This position (full-time, $20.19/hr) is responsible for working in partnership with the Clubhouse Program Director, other Clubhouse Staff, and Clubhouse Members to create a strong and vibrant Clubhouse community. As a member of the Clubhouse team, the successful candidate will assist the members in actively participating in the clubhouse “work-ordered day” with the goal of  achieving personal recovery goals, especially employment and/or educational goals.

 The Membership Coordinator performs most of their work within the context of the Membership Department, overseeing the referral process and new member recruitment by promoting and facilitating the weekly orientation group. The coordinator is encouraged to enlist team members to help them to complete their work and achieve the goals and deliverables identified in this job description

 The work schedule requires flexibility to meet the needs of the Clubhouse Community. The normal work schedule is Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. Rotation to cover Clubhouse activities on evenings, weekends and holidays is required. Clubhouse International Standards require clubhouses to be open on all holidays.  

 To perform this job successfully, an individual must have an understanding and commitment to the Clubhouse International Model of psychiatric rehabilitation and its underlying values and principles. Experience in not-for-profit and/or human service organizations preferred. 

 At least 1-2 years of experience with people living with mental illness (any combination of work, volunteer, or lived experience accepted). Bachelor's degree in a human service related field from an accredited college or university preferred. 

 All interested and qualified candidates are encouraged to send in their resume and cover letter to Marissa Williams, Program Director, at mwilliams@northstaror.org

Looking Ahead Clubhouse seeks Clubhouse Unit Coordinator  Position based in Lewiston, ME

The Clubhouse is an international, evidenced-based model of recovery from mental illness.

Central to the Clubhouse Unit Coordinator role is engaging members in all aspects of the Clubhouse operations. This engagement is performed by helping members to experience a sense of belonging and being needed, wanted and respected in our Clubhouse community with the focus not on the members’ diagnosis but on the members strengths, talents, abilities and interests. Clubhouse Unit Coordinators will offer positive, supportive relationships that help promote hope, choice, wellness and recovery for members as Clubhouse colleagues rather than clients or consumers.

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.
  • 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 Educational opportunities for members in the community, as needed.
  • Participate in Clubhouse social and community events as needed.
  • Assist Members to develop and assess personal, employment, 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.
  • Provide training and support to new members, staff, interns, volunteers, and clubhouse colleagues as necessary.

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.
  • 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 members 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.
  • Diverse computer competencies or willingness to learn.

Requirements:  MHTRC Required, however, MHRTC Provisional will be considered, an Associates or Bachelor’s Degree preferred but not required, related experience will be considered. Employment Specialist Certification a plus, but will provide training.

Benefits: KBH offers flexible, competitive reimbursement and benefits:

  • HEALTH, DENTAL, VISION, AND LIFE INSURANCE
  • 403(B) WITH EMPLOYER MATCH
  • SUPPORTIVE WORKING ENVIRONMENT
  • 58.5 CENTS PER MILE TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT
  • $30 PER MONTH GYM REIMBURSEMENT
  • 20 DAYS VACATION
  • 11 HOLIDAYS
  • 8 SICK DAYS
  • CONTINUING EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES

To Apply, please contact Chris Gepford at cgepford@kbhmaine.org or 207-215-1482 OR humanresources@kbhmaine.org

Clubhouse Bridgeways seeks Clubhouse Program Director  Position based in Marysville, WA

Job Summary: Clubhouse Program Director

The Clubhouse Program Director provides leadership, vision and direction to the Clubhouse community in pursuit of its mission. The Program Director is responsible for program development, administration, staffing, budget administration, public relations and the overall productivity, supervision and distribution of work to Clubhouse staff to assure compliance, timeliness, and the provision of quality program services. The Program Director is responsible for the active recruitment of eligible Clubhouse members from the community.  as well as publicly representing the mission and vision of the Clubhouse.

This position exists to assist Snohomish County adults with serious mental illness to maximize their optimal level of functioning within the community.  This engagement is performed by helping members to experience the sense of belonging, with a focus on their strengths, talents and interests with adherence to the Clubhouse Program model and standards.

Reports to: Director of Clinical Programs (DCP)  

Supervisory Responsibility: Clubhouse Staff

Fulltime Directorial Exempt

Primary Job Functions:

  • Uphold and implement operational procedures based on the mission, goals, objectives, and policies of Bridgeways and the Bridgeways Clubhouse.
  • Oversight and management of the day-to-day operations of the Clubhouse.
  • Recruitment, hiring, training, supervision, and separation (as needed), of all Clubhouse staff.
  • Successful management of the annual budget development and monitoring process and the ongoing financial activities of the Clubhouse.
  • Provide all required reports and information to government and funding source organizations.
  • Maintain all required licenses and certifications.
  • Keep informed about issues in the general community relevant to the mission and operations of the Clubhouse.
  • Support the Bridgeways Director of Development in fund development and fundraising activities for the Clubhouse.
  • Networks, coordinates and develops collaborative working relationships with key stakeholders
  • Leads ongoing public relations activities, outreach, and community engagement for the Clubhouse.
  • Prepare for and attend board meetings and board committee meetings.  Coordinate communication between the Clubhouse and members of the board including timely communication to the Board and all required organizations of any serious incidents, issues or concerns.
  • Obtaining and maintaining Clubhouse Accreditation from Clubhouse International.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule including some evenings and weekends as needed.
  • Other Duties: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice
  • Establish and maintain work ordered day programming, employment, education, outreach, housing, community support, personal advocacy, and social opportunities.
  • Offer a positive supportive relationship that helps promote hope, choice, wellness, and recovery for participants while working side by side with the members of Bridgeways Clubhouse
  • Provide supports and structure to ensure that there is significant and meaningful participation of Clubhouse members in all aspects of the organization.  Provide and model advocacy to ensure access to service for the member where/when needed.

Education/ Training/ Experience

  • Minimum of four years of experience working with people with mental health challenges, preferably in a supervisory capacity.
  • Must have Washington State Driver’s License.
  • Must pass a criminal history background check
  • Must have a bachelor’s degree or higher in psychology, sociology, social work or related human service field, master’s Preferred
  • Prefer prior training in Trauma Informed Care

Required Personal Skills

  • Must be able to practice empathetic listening, humility, curiosity and self-awareness and be able to work collaboratively with people with varied personalities, disabilities, cultures and interests.
  • Ability to demonstrates adherence to a strengths-based perspective in words and actions with members.
  • Ability to adhere to Bridgeways and Clubhouse mission, values, and applicable federal, state and local guidelines in carrying out job duties
  • Ability to maintain healthy boundary with members, peers and other stakeholders
  • Strong problem solving, multi-tasking and written communication skills.
  • Ability to effectively train others with varied learning styles as well as the ability to facilitate individual and group activities
  • Strong personal initiative and a commitment to the Clubhouse standards.
  • Ability to travel with members to various conferences, trainings, and social events

 CLICK HERE TO APPLY 

 

Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. seeks Clubhouse Director  Position based in Falmouth, MA

Clubhouse Program Director

Full Time

Falmouth, MA 02540

Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. (FHR) fosters hope and recovery. We provide behavioral health services to improve the quality of life for individuals living with mental illness and addictions. FHR serves over 7,000 individuals through a person-centered approach across 6 states. The cornerstone of our success is FHR’s deep and longstanding commitment to the principles of recovery and the inclusion of peers in the recovery process.

FHR has developed, trains and utilizes the PRISMMODEL approach which is: Person-centered, Respectful, Individualized, Strength-based and Mission-driven.

The Clubhouse Program Director will assume overall responsibility for leadership, vision, direction and daily supervision of Clubhouse program which is designed to offer individuals with psychiatric disabilities the opportunity for friendship, support, vocational services, transitional and independent employment, and educational services in a secure, rehabilitative environment.  Ensures implementation of responsible management practices congruent with Agency mission, which result in a high quality service to consumers and sound fiscal management.

The Clubhouse Program Director will be qualified by a Bachelor's Degree in education--counseling, rehabilitative counseling, social work, clinical psychology or closely related discipline. Three years management experience in community support programs serving the chronically mentally ill ideally in a Clubhouse environment preferred.  Computer literacy including past experience with keyboarding, email, internet and computerized health record systems is desired.

FHR offers a generous benefits package including:

  • Benefit eligibility: 30 days to the first of the following month from date of hire.
  • Ability to earn a wellness discount to reduce medical and dental bi-weekly payroll deduction
  • Generous Paid Time Off policy, including extended sick leave.
  • “Making A Difference” employee recognition program.
  • 403(b) program with a discretionary match, history of $1500 max over the past few years.
  • Employee Referral Bonus Program.
  • Tuition Reimbursement Program.
  • Visit our website to learn more about our programs, job opportunities, and view a video about what it's like to be a part of the FHR team: www.fhr.net/join-our-team
  • FHR is an equal opportunity employer valuing diversity in the workplace.

To apply, please send resume to resumeNB@fhr.net

The Carriage House seeks Clubhouse Associate Director  Position based in Ft. Wayne, IN

Job Description

TITLE:    Clubhouse Associate Director                                                               The Carriage House

JOB SUMMARY:

The Associate Directoris a professional position with The Carriage House, providing services for adults with mental illnesses in accordance with the Clubhouse International standards. The Associate Director will work with the Executive Director to manage all Clubhouse programs, and ensure the highest quality Clubhouse Model program.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. ADMINISTRATION:

  • Implement and ensure the practice of the Clubhouse philosophy and standards for Clubhouse International accreditation.
  • Assist Executive Director in the hiring, orientation and training of new personnel, practicum students, and volunteers.
  • Assist Executive Director in the fiscal management of the Clubhouse.
  • Manage Medicaid billing procedures in compliance with state guidelines.
  • Make decisions regarding the administrative functioning of The Carriage House in the absence of the Executive Director.

2. STAFF SUPERVISION

  • Assist Executive Director in conducting annual evaluations of program staff performance.
  • Provide feedback to staff individually and collectively to build cooperative teams.
  • Ensure timely completion of, and reviewing and signing, clinical documentation as needed.

3.     SUPERVISING FACILITATION OF CLUBHOUSE UNITS - Supervising and supporting unit staff and Team Leaders in the facilitation of Clubhouse units, including:

  • Planning, coordinating, and executing daily work alongside Clubhouse members.
  • Working collaboratively with Clubhouse members to complete all Clubhouse work and tasks and creatively engaging members in the work of the Clubhouse.
  • Organizing, executing, and participating in some evening, weekend, and holiday activities.
  • Assisting members in accessing needed community services and supports.
  • Providing outreach to members who have not been attending Clubhouse.
  • Providing support for members in identifying and obtaining educational goals.
  • Actively participating in fundraising efforts for the Clubhouse.

4. EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT

  • Support members in reaching employment goals, including but not limited to working with members to develop resumes, prepare for interviews, and conduct job searches.
  • Manage one or more Transitional Employment placements, which includes maintaining a relationship with the placement employer, learning the job responsibilities for the placement, training Clubhouse members in the job responsibilities, monitoring Clubhouse members in the placement, and providing coverage for the job when Clubhouse members are unavailable.
  • Responsible for the development of Transitional and Supported employment opportunities.
  • Assist the Executive Director in the management of Clubhouse employment programs.

5. OTHER MAJOR JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist the Executive Director to build relationships with community partners to enhance the visibility and opportunities for clubhouse members.
  • Participate in clubhouse conferences as a presenter and representative of Carriage House. 
  • Assist Executive Director with reporting progress of the clubhouse to the Board of Directors.

WORKING RELATIONSHIPS:

Reports to: Executive Director of The Carriage House

Supervises:  Clubhouse Team Leaders and Unit Staff

MINIMUM JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Master’s degree with at least 4 years of experience in an Accredited Clubhouse. Attended Comprehensive Training at a Clubhouse International Accredited Training Base.

Valid Driver’s License.

To apply:

Send resume to Tomweir88@yahoo.com
Or call Tom Weir, Associate Director 260-414-6817, or Andy Wilson Executive Director 260-424-8164.
Northstar Clubhouse seeks Nutrition and Wellness Coordinator  Position based in Portland, OR

Job Duties

  • Responsible for the operation of the Nutrition & Wellness Unit, which includes assisting members in menu planning, recipe development, food/supply ordering, meal preparation, program budgeting, cash and deposit handling, expense reporting, program development, developing and maintaining community partnerships, clean up and organization of work environment, filing, data collection, and other office related needs. Provide education and mentoring in the learning of job tasks, managing stress, and assessment of job skills to assist members in maximizing their potential.
  • Participate in and support the Employment and Operations Unit. Tasks may include: assisting members in developing an employment plan, drafting a cover letter and resume, mounting an effective job search and learning to interview effectively. After a member has obtained employment, provide timely and flexible supports, on the job site or in the clubhouse, to help him or her maintain the job.
  • Participate in wellness initiatives, tours, orientation, community/social media outreach, and social programming. Participate in quality improvement activities, staff meetings, in-services and external trainings.

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 the ability to assess and/or support members.

●      Experience in the not-for-profit and/or human service program coordination preferred.

Education and Experience

●      At least 1-2 years of experience with people living with mental illness (any combination of work, volunteer or lived experience accepted).

●      Bachelor's degree in a human service related field from an accredited college or university preferred.

●      Trauma informed training preferred.

●      Current Oregon Food Handler’s Card preferred.

e-mail cover letter and resume to mwilliams@northstaror.org

Capitol Clubhouse seeks Employment Specialist  Position based in Augusta, ME

Capitol Clubhouse Employment Specialist - $1,500 Sign on Bonus!

The Clubhouse is an international, evidenced-based model of recovery from mental illness.

Central to the Clubhouse the Employment Specialist role is engaging members in all aspects of the Clubhouse operations. This engagement is performed by helping members to experience a sense of belonging and being needed, wanted and respected in our Clubhouse community with the focus not on the members’ diagnosis but on the members strengths, talents, abilities and interests. Clubhouse Unit Coordinators will offer positive, supportive relationships that help promote hope, choice, wellness and recovery for members as Clubhouse colleagues rather than clients or consumers.

  • $1,500 Sign on Bonus opportunity available! 

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.
  • 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 Educational opportunities for members in the community, as needed.
  • Participate in Clubhouse social and community events as needed.
  • Assist Members to develop and assess personal, employment, 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.
  • Provide training and support to new members, staff, interns, volunteers, and clubhouse colleagues as necessary.

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.
  • 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 members 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.
  • Diverse computer competencies or willingness to learn.

Requirements:  MHTRC Required, however, MHRTC Provisional will be considered, an Associates or Bachelor’s Degree preferred but not required, related experience will be considered. Employment Specialist Certification a plus, but will provide training.

Benefits: KBH offers flexible, competitive reimbursement and benefits:

  • HEALTH, DENTAL, VISION, AND LIFE INSURANCE
  • 403(B) WITH EMPLOYER MATCH
  • SUPPORTIVE WORKING ENVIRONMENT
  • .56 PER MILE TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT
  • $30 PER MONTH GYM REIMBURSEMENT
  • 20 DAYS VACATION
  • 11 HOLIDAYS
  • 8 SICK DAYS
  • CONTINUING EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES

To apply, go to our website atwww.kbhmaine.org/careers

Seattle Clubhouse seeks Clubhouse Rehabilitation Associate I/II  Position based in Seattle, WA

SEATTLE CLUBHOUSE

POSITION DESCRIPTION           

POSITION TITLE: Clubhouse Rehabilitation Associate I/II

POSITION TYPE: Full Time, Salaried

SALARY: $47,500 - $51,000+ (DOE), Competitive Benefits Package

GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND PURPOSE OF THE POSITION: This is a professional level direct service position with the members of Seattle Clubhouse, a program of HERO House NW, as the primary recipients of services. The Clubhouse Rehabilitation Associate provides psychiatric rehabilitation services to adults recovering from serious mental illness in a clubhouse model program. The responsibilities include sharing in the operation of Seattle Clubhouse's programs. These programs include the work ordered day (prevocational work), social/recreational program, employment programs and education programs. The ultimate responsibility for the operation of these programs lies with staff. Central to this responsibility is the engagement of members in all aspects of clubhouse operation. This engagement is performed by helping members to experience the sense of belonging, with a focus on their strengths, talents, and interests.

This position exists to assist King County adults with serious mental illness to maximize their optimal level of functioning within the community.

The Clubhouse Rehabilitation Associate is responsible to and is supervised by the Program Director of Seattle Clubhouse.

Primary Job Functions

Ø  Offer a positive supportive relationship that helps promote hope, choice, wellness, and recovery for participants while working side by side on the work of the clubhouse.

Ø  Have a basic understanding of the 37 International Standards for Clubhouse Development.

Ø  Work side by side with the members of Seattle Clubhouse in program areas of work ordered day (within assigned unit such as Hospitality (kitchen) or Business), social/recreational, education, employment (Transitional and Supported), advocacy, and member supports

Ø  Consistently fulfills the "primary responsibility" of helping members experience being needed and actively reaches out to each member to establish productive partnership

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

Ø  Ensure that performance of job duties actively reflects and promotes the Standards for Clubhouse Model of Psychiatric Rehabilitation as developed by the Clubhouse International

Ø  Work in an assigned work unit (Hospitality/Kitchen or Business/Clerical)

Ø  Train, job coach and work with members at their place of employment

Ø  Work evenings and weekends

Ø  Provide education and resources that support illness self-management, self-determination, self-advocacy, and shared-health-care decision making

Ø  Ensure all documentation is complete, accurate and performed within time frames as specified in Seattle Clubhouse procedures

Ø  Provide assistance in identifying and linking to community-based services and supports (primary care, mental health and or substance abuse treatment, housing, financial benefits, etc.)

Ø  Provide and model advocacy to ensure access to service for the member where/when needed.

Ø  Help with identifying and/or re-engaging with family, friends, and other natural supports

Ø  Assistance with transportation to appointments, employment, social outings, etc.

Ø  Keep supervisor informed on a timely basis of member routine/emergency/crisis needs developing, the proposed or actual response to these needs and/or barriers to, or gaps in needed services

Ø  Identify and implement ways to improve functioning of the unit (Level II)

Ø  Other duties as assigned

Education/ Training/ Experience

Ø  Must have Washington State Driver’s License

Ø  Must pass a criminal history background check

Ø  Must have a Bachelor’s Degree or higher in psychology, sociology, social work or related human service field

Ø  Must have basic computer skills including working knowledge of Microsoft Word

Ø  Prefer prior training in Trauma Informed Care

Ø  Must be (or able to become) a WA State Registered Counselor

Required Personal Skills

Ø  Ability to listen effectively

Ø  Ability to problem solve

  • Ability to multi-task

Ø  Ability to facilitate individual and group activities

Ø  Ability to work independently and collaboratively on a team

Ø  Ability to break down large projects into smaller tasks

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

Ø  Ability to show personal initiative when identifying and completing task

Ø  Ability to maintain healthy boundaries with peers

Ø  Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing

Ø  Ability to demonstrates adherence to a strengths-based perspective in words and actions with members

Ø  Ability to adhere to Seattle Clubhouse philosophy and applicable federal, state, and local guidelines in carrying out job duties

Ø  Ability to travel with members to various conferences, trainings, and social events

This position description is a record of major aspects of the job but is not intended as an all-inclusive employment contract. One may be reassigned to other duties or positions for which qualified and trained at the discretion of Seattle Clubhouse and/or HERO House NW management. One must be able to perform all duties and tasks of the above-named position.

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For more information, please visit: www.seatttleclubhouse.org

Bellevue Clubhouse seeks Clubhouse Rehabilitation Associate I/II  Position based in Bellevue, WA

BELLEVUE CLUBHOUSE

POSITION DESCRIPTION           

POSITION TITLE: Clubhouse Rehabilitation Associate I/II

POSITION TYPE: Full Time, Salaried

SALARY: $47,500 - $51,000+ (DOE), Competitive Benefits Package

GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND PURPOSE OF THE POSITION: This is a professional level direct service position with the members of Bellevue Clubhouse, a program of HERO House NW, as the primary recipients of services. The Bellevue Clubhouse is the flagship Clubhouse of HERO House NW. The Clubhouse Rehabilitation Associate provides psychiatric rehabilitation services to adults recovering from serious mental illness in a clubhouse model program. The responsibilities include sharing in the operation of Seattle Clubhouse's programs. These programs include the work ordered day (prevocational work), social/recreational program, employment programs and education programs. The ultimate responsibility for the operation of these programs lies with staff. Central to this responsibility is the engagement of members in all aspects of clubhouse operation. This engagement is performed by helping members to experience the sense of belonging, with a focus on their strengths, talents, and interests.

This position exists to assist King County adults with serious mental illness to maximize their optimal level of functioning within the community.

The Clubhouse Rehabilitation Associate is responsible to and is supervised by the Program Director of Bellevue Clubhouse.

Primary Job Functions

Ø  Offer a positive supportive relationship that helps promote hope, choice, wellness, and recovery for participants while working side by side on the work of the clubhouse.

Ø  Have a basic understanding of the 37 International Standards for Clubhouse Development.

Ø  Work side by side with the members of Bellevvue Clubhouse in program areas of work ordered day (within assigned unit such as Hospitality (kitchen) or Business), social/recreational, education, employment (Transitional and Supported), advocacy, and member supports

Ø  Consistently fulfills the "primary responsibility" of helping members experience being needed and actively reaches out to each member to establish productive partnership

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

Ø  Ensure that performance of job duties actively reflects and promotes the Standards for Clubhouse Model of Psychiatric Rehabilitation as developed by the Clubhouse International

Ø  Work in an assigned work unit (Hospitality/Kitchen or Business/Clerical)

Ø  Train, job coach and work with members at their place of employment

Ø  Work evenings and weekends

Ø  Provide education and resources that support illness self-management, self-determination, self-advocacy, and shared-health-care decision making

Ø  Ensure all documentation is complete, accurate and performed within time frames as specified in Seattle Clubhouse procedures

Ø  Provide assistance in identifying and linking to community-based services and supports (primary care, mental health and or substance abuse treatment, housing, financial benefits, etc.)

Ø  Provide and model advocacy to ensure access to service for the member where/when needed.

Ø  Help with identifying and/or re-engaging with family, friends, and other natural supports

Ø  Assistance with transportation to appointments, employment, social outings, etc.

Ø  Keep supervisor informed on a timely basis of member routine/emergency/crisis needs developing, the proposed or actual response to these needs and/or barriers to, or gaps in needed services

Ø  Identify and implement ways to improve functioning of the unit (Level II)

Ø  Other duties as assigned

Education/ Training/ Experience

Ø  Must have Washington State Driver’s License

Ø  Must pass a criminal history background check

Ø  Must have a Bachelor’s Degree or higher in psychology, sociology, social work or related human service field

Ø  Must have basic computer skills including working knowledge of Microsoft Word

Ø  Prefer prior training in Trauma Informed Care

Ø  Must be (or able to become) a WA State Registered Counselor 

Required Personal Skills

Ø  Ability to listen effectively

Ø  Ability to problem solve

  • Ability to multi-task

Ø  Ability to facilitate individual and group activities

Ø  Ability to work independently and collaboratively on a team

Ø  Ability to break down large projects into smaller tasks

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

Ø  Ability to show personal initiative when identifying and completing task

Ø  Ability to maintain healthy boundaries with peers

Ø  Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing

Ø  Ability to demonstrates adherence to a strengths-based perspective in words and actions with members

Ø  Ability to adhere to Bellevue Clubhouse philosophy and applicable federal, state, and local guidelines in carrying out job duties

Ø  Ability to travel with members to various conferences, trainings, and social events

This position description is a record of major aspects of the job but is not intended as an all-inclusive employment contract. One may be reassigned to other duties or positions for which qualified and trained at the discretion of Bellevue Clubhouse and/or HERO House NW management. One must be able to perform all duties and tasks of the above-named position.

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Clubhouse Ohio seeks Staff  Position based in Cleveland, OH

 

Two Positions: Director of Clubhouse Ohio and Staff of Clubhouse Ohio- Ohio Clubhouse Coalition

Magnolia Clubhouse has received a grant from Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services (OMHAS) to provide technical assistance to awardees of OMHAS Clubhouse start-up funding by supporting the staffing of Clubhouse Ohio Coalition. Magnolia Clubhouse is hiring a Director and staff person for Clubhouse Ohio Coalition. The Director will serve as the primary point of contact for Clubhouse Ohio and both positions will work collaboratively with members and staff from accredited Clubhouses across the state of Ohio to facilitate all day to day operations of Clubhouse Ohio, and promote the development of new Clubhouses.

Clubhouse Ohio is a coalition of the accredited Clubhouses of Ohio and is affiliated with Clubhouse International, which promotes and supports the Clubhouse model training, accreditation, continued development and integration. A Clubhouse is designed to support and build community for members living with mental illness. Clubhouses provide access to opportunities for individuals to rejoin the worlds of employment and education, and to the services and support they need to continue their recovery.

The Director of Clubhouse Ohio reports to the Executive Director of Magnolia Clubhouse. The staff position of Clubhouse Ohio reports to the Director of Clubhouse Ohio.

Specific duties and tasks for both positions, with the Director guiding the specific delegation of duties and tasks:

1.    RELATIONSHIP BUILDING, AWARENESS BUILDING AND ADVOCACY

  • Provide technical assistance to support the growth of the recipients of OhioMHAS grants for starting a Clubhouse in March of 2022. With a target outcome of at least 5 new Clubhouses successfully implemented by March of 2023. Support will include assessment of progress and documentation submitted to OMHAS.
  • Build relationships that foster long-term connection with individuals and state and local agencies that can help strengthen the Clubhouse movement in Ohio.
  • Build the identity and presence of Clubhouse Ohio through the creation of an office with consistent communication and media presence. 
  • Build and foster relationships and make presentations to share information with other mental health stakeholders.
  • Build and maintain relationships with Clubhouse International and Clubhouse coalitions.
  • Coordinate marketing and awareness material and activities for Clubhouse Ohio and the Clubhouse model.

2. CLUBHOUSE SUPPORT

  • Assist all interested groups in assessing their unique situations for strengths, obstacles and in developing an actionable plan to move forward to develop a Clubhouse.
  • Be the main point of contact for technical assistance requests from member Clubhouses or prospective Clubhouses.
  • Promote and coordinate opportunities for colleague exchanges among member Clubhouses.
  • Coordinate meetings of Clubhouse Ohio.

3.    ADMINISTRATIVE

  • Keep organizational documentation, reports, correspondence, and financial records in accord with legal and grant obligations and generally accepted practices, and that will support continuity in a transition.
  • Monitor the Clubhouse Ohio Technical Assistance budget and provide periodic review and reports to Magnolia Clubhouse.
  • This job will require significant travel to visit Clubhouses and to attend meetings around the state of Ohio. At times, you will be asked to participate in out-of-town Clubhouse functions. We may ask you to participate in 2-3 week training at a Clubhouse training base.

This job may include other duties as assigned. 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

●      Good communicator: clear, diplomatic, perceptive and responsive. The ability to communicate well as a representative of Clubhouse Ohio.

●      The ability to create structures to support ongoing representation of Clubhouse Ohio and the Clubhouse Model,

●      The ability to be flexible and creative in a newly designed position.

●      The ability to adapt to the various cultures across the state and relate to the specific circumstances of each group and culture.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

●      Experience working in the Clubhouse International model.

●      A Master’s degree is preferred, or candidates may also demonstrate equivalent work and/ or educational experience.

This is a grant funded program. Staff salaries are competitive with comparable positions in the mental health field. Applicants may submit a resume with a cover letter expressing your interest in this position to Lori D’Angelo, Ph.D., Executive Director, Magnolia Clubhouse: lori@magnoliaclubhouse.org

 
   

                                                                                          

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kaua’i Community Mental Health Center Branch seeks Human Services Professional or Social Worker II-IV  Position based in Kapaa, HI

Human Services Professional or Social Worker II-IV

State of Hawaii, Department of Health

Kapaa, HI 96746


Job details

Pay

$3,933 - $5,600 per month

Job type

  • Full-time

Number of openings for this position

  • 1

Schedule

  • Monday to Friday

Benefits

  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Dental insurance
  • 401(k)
  • Vision insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Retirement plan
  • Health savings account
  • Employee assistance program

Job description

Full-Time, Temporary, Civil Service position. A Clubhouse is a unique, voluntary, member-driven psychosocial rehabilitation program for adults who experience the challenges of mental illness. The primary purpose of the position is to assess, plan, provide, coordinate and evaluate the psychosocial rehabilitation services needed to achieve the member’s identified outcome objectives.

Responsibilities

  • Assists individuals to develop daily living and social skills through clubhouse in-vivo role modeling, pragmatic skills building activities in the community.
  • Provides a wide range of comprehensive rehabilitation services including building strong restorative relationships with members providing individual, group, & family/significant persons counseling
  • Provides job manager responsibilities (including developing, managing, evaluating, and back up for job placements)
  • Provides educational supports and other rehabilitative services provided by the clubhouse.
  • Provides timely and accurate documentation in the consumer’s clinical record and in the AMHD management information system of activities and other related data and information.

Education / Specialized Experience Requirements

  • To be considered for Human Services Professional II, III & IV - Graduation from an accredited four (4) year college or university with a bachelor's degree which included a minimum of twelve (12) semester credit hours in courses such as counseling, criminal justice, human services, psychology, social work, social welfare, sociology or other behavioral sciences
  • Excess work experience as described under the Specialized Experience below, or any other responsible administrative, professional or analytical work experience that provided knowledge, skills and abilities comparable to those acquired in four (4) years of successful study while completing a college or university curriculum leading to a baccalaureate degree, including the coursework specified above, may be substituted on a year-for-year basis. To be acceptable, the experience must have been of such scope, level and quality as to assure the possession of comparable knowledge, skills and abilities.
  • SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Applicants must possess progressively responsible professional work experience which involved helping individuals and their families find satisfactory ways of identifying their problems, coping with their conditions, and functioning effectively within their environments in the amounts shown below. Please note that possession of the required number of years of experience will not in itself be accepted as proof of qualification for the position. The applicant's overall experience must have been of such scope and level of responsibility as to conclusively demonstrate that he/she has the ability to perform the duties of the position for which he/she is being considered.
  • To be considered for Social Worker II, III & IV: Applicants must possess a bachelor’s or master’s degree in social work from a program of study accredited by the Council on Social Work Education, or a doctoral degree in social work from a college or university accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, or a comparable regional accredited body.
  • Valid Type 3 Driver’s License issued by the State of Hawaii

Work location

  • One location

COVID-19 precautions

At the time of a conditional job offer, the selected applicant must present a proof of full vaccination.

TO APPLY, CLICK HERE and search for 21-0473 Social Worker or Human Services Professional II Temporary – Kapaa Kauai

Kaua’i Community Mental Health Center Branch seeks Human Services Professional or Social Worker III & IV  Position based in Kapaa, HI

Human Services Professional or Social Worker III & IV

State of Hawaii, Department of Health

Kapaa, HI 96746


Job details

Pay

$4,252 - $5,600 per month

Job type

  • Full-time

Number of openings for this position

  • 1

Schedule

  • Monday to Friday

Benefits

  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Dental insurance
  • 401(k)
  • Vision insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Retirement plan
  • Health savings account
  • Employee assistance program
  • Other

Job description

Full-Time, Permanent, Civil Service position. A Clubhouse is a unique, voluntary, member-driven psychosocial rehabilitation program for adults who experience the challenges of mental illness. The primary purpose of the position is to assess, plan, provide, coordinate and evaluate the psychosocial rehabilitation services needed to achieve the member’s identified outcome objectives.

Responsibilities

  • Assists individuals to develop daily living and social skills through clubhouse in-vivo role modeling, pragmatic skills building activities in the community.
  • Provides a wide range of comprehensive rehabilitation services including building strong restorative relationships with members providing individual, group, & family/significant persons counseling
  • Provides job manager responsibilities (including developing, managing, evaluating, and back up for job placements)
  • Provides educational supports and other rehabilitative services provided by the clubhouse.
  • Provides timely and accurate documentation in the consumer’s clinical record and in the AMHD management information system of activities and other related data and information.

Education / Specialized Experience Requirements

  • To be considered for Human Services Professional III & IV - Graduation from an accredited four (4) year college or university with a bachelor's degree which included a minimum of twelve (12) semester credit hours in courses such as counseling, criminal justice, human services, psychology, social work, social welfare, sociology or other behavioral sciences
  • Excess work experience as described under the Specialized Experience below, or any other responsible administrative, professional or analytical work experience that provided knowledge, skills and abilities comparable to those acquired in four (4) years of successful study while completing a college or university curriculum leading to a baccalaureate degree, including the coursework specified above, may be substituted on a year-for-year basis. To be acceptable, the experience must have been of such scope, level and quality as to assure the possession of comparable knowledge, skills and abilities.
  • SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Applicants must possess progressively responsible professional work experience which involved helping individuals and their families find satisfactory ways of identifying their problems, coping with their conditions, and functioning effectively within their environments in the amounts shown below. Please note that possession of the required number of years of experience will not in itself be accepted as proof of qualification for the position. The applicant's overall experience must have been of such scope and level of responsibility as to conclusively demonstrate that he/she has the ability to perform the duties of the position for which he/she is being considered.
  • To be considered for Social Worker III & IV: Applicants must possess a bachelor’s or master’s degree in social work from a program of study accredited by the Council on Social Work Education, or a doctoral degree in social work from a college or university accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, or a comparable regional accredited body.
  • Valid Type 3 Driver’s License issued by the State of Hawaii

Work location

  • One location

COVID-19 precautions

At the time of a conditional job offer, the selected applicant must present a proof of full vaccination.

TO APPLY, CLICK HERE and search for 21-0474 Social Worker or Human Services Professional III-IV – Kapaa Kauai

 

The Other Place seeks Clubhouse Generalist  Position based in New York, NY
Job Details
The Other Place - New York, NY
Full Time
Bachelor's
9:00am to 5:00pm
 
Intro/Program Description: The Other Place (TOP) is a clubhouse that assists individuals with mental illness to achieve their desired goals in the areas of working, living, learning, and socializing. Members belong to a community where they share in decision making about the operation of the clubhouse its daily activities. Members work side by side with staff through a work ordered day structure and can also engage in social activities together on the evenings and on weekends.  Increased fulfillment, sense of purpose, and stability inevitably follow as members hold jobs, graduate from schools, develop social networks and experience fewer hospitalizations and improved overall health.

Purpose of Position: The Clubhouse Generalist will work in partnership with staff and members in the daily operation of the clubhouse employment, education, advocacy and wellness programs. The Clubhouse Generalist is responsible for engaging Clubhouse members in all activities that keep the community going while also assisting them in reaching their recovery goals and ensuring quality supports and services.
 

Schedule: Monday through Friday, some Saturdays; Hours: 9-5, some rotated evening hours

Goddard Riverside and Isaacs Center follow the CDC and NYS recommendations to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and are now requiring all new hires to be vaccinated against COVID-19 unless they have a qualified exemption. 

Role, Responsibilities & Essential Duties

Client Service

  • Maintain a caseload of 20 adults with serious and persistent mental illness
  • Maintain caseload records with documentation of services provided, according to specific program procedures
  • Responsible for completing case notes and service plan using an electronic database
  • Prepare timely internal and external reports
  • Collaborate with treatment, housing, education and vocational providers
  • Active participation in operating and maintaining clubhouse
  • Assist in the development of transitional employment opportunities for members of the Clubhouse
  • Assist in organizing and engaging members in work ordered day and social and recreational activities
  • Facilitation of evidenced-based workshops/meetings, encouraging input for shared decision making and program improvements
  • Attend training programs and supervision meetings
  • Assist in maintaining the cleanliness and upkeep of the clubhouse environment, along with other staff and members.
  • Conduct outreach activities to referral sources to enhance membership

Other duties as required including providing some services and activities remotely.

Qualifications/Educational Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Social work, Psychology, Counseling or related field required
  • Experience working with individuals diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness, substance abuse, and/or co-occurring disorders required
  • Bilingual (English and Spanish) preferred

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Team oriented
  • Good judgment and problem-solving skills
  • Creative, flexible, skilled in working with hard to engage members

Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should be:

  • Able to work in the Microsoft Office Suite, should be especially proficient in Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Able to use or learn to use AWARDS database
  • Able to use or learn other electronic databases, programs, and funder-related software as needed

 Physical Requirements

  • Ability to lift up to 40lbs
  • Considerable physical activity

Work Environment

  • Members and staff share an office
  • Program is in a church.
  • Significant outreach in the community such as member home visits, employment development with businesses, and member trips

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Rainbow Clubhouse seeks Assistant Director  Position based in New York, NY

Assistant Director

Job Responsibilities:

Under the direction and supervision of the Program Director and in partnership with other Clubhouse staff and the members we serve, the Assistant Director is involved in all aspects of the smooth and productive operations of the Clubhouse. The Assistant Director must be able to adapt to situations as they arise by possessing the capability and flexibility and quick thinking in order to address the daily multiplicity of activities and demands occurring in the operation of the Clubhouse including but not limited to:

Essential Functions:

  • Supervise program staff and assure timely placement of members in transitional employment, supported employment and independent employment
  • Responsible for assuring employment development goals are met by actively assuring that members are engaged in seeking and maintaining employment in conjunction with the employment unit generalist.
  • Place or assign a generalist to provide absence coverage for members calling out from TEs.
  • Represent Clubhouse in a professional manner at all times;
  • Oversee development and promotion of employment/educational events in the community, often with employment generalist and members. Must become knowledgeable about clubhouse, its aims and its programs;
  • Promote program development in accordance with the Clubhouse philosophy, as outlined in the International Standards for Clubhouses on which clubhouse accreditations are based;
  • Work side by side with and engage members in a non-hierarchical manner, with respect to daily tasks, sharing in the daily operation of the Work Order Day in the units;
  • Participate in the development and maintenance of meaningful work opportunities in units for members;
  • Actively promote the development of members' aspirations regarding Clubhouse participation, employment, education, housing, and social activities;
  • Assist in outreach for and communication with members who are absent from the Clubhouse;
  • Carry a small caseload and assure that all documentation; case notes recovery plans pertaining to member and clubhouse activities are recorded appropriately and quantified as needed.
  • Participate in education and resource development for Clubhouse members, by helping members find and apply for appropriate educational/employment opportunities
  • Maintain communication at all levels of Clubhouse operations; Participate in social and recreational activities, including evening, weekend and holiday hours, when required. Participate in maintaining in the care and wellbeing of the Clubhouse facility.
  • Prepare in conjunction with program director monthly statistical reports and preparation of program reviews as per DOHMH scope of services.
  • Provide supervision to assigned generalist and assure training goals are set and completed

Education:

Bachelor's degree with some experience

Master's Degree preferred

Skills:

  • Non-clinical community approach
  • Prior non-clinical experience working with persons with mental illness is a plus
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Google Sheets, Google Docs and Slack
  • Highly developed communication and organizational skills;
  • Must be able to promote the clubhouse by creating and boosting effective social media posts, using Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram, doing so either from a computer, or mobile phone with members and staff
  • Must be able to attend a three week training at a Clubhouse International Training Base-Outside of New York City Area
  • Some evenings and Holidays required
  • Must be able to manage program in the absence of program director
  • Ability to manage electronic health records

Interested candidates can send their resume to RainbowRecruiting@bowencsc.org

Club Success Haines City seeks Clubhouse Generalist  Position based in Haines City, FL

Please apply online: www.peacerivercenter.org and click “Join our team”

If interested, please email Miranda Mills: mmills@peacerivercenter.org 

JOB DESCRIPTION

CLUBHOUSE GENERALIST

 

JOB TITLE:    Clubhouse Generalist                                                  EFFECTIVE DATE:      2021

 

PROGRAM:   Clubhouse                                                                   REPORTS TO:  Clubhouse Director

 

FACILITY:     Club Success Haines City                                           CITY:   Haines City

 

JOB STATUS:   Full-time                                                                     FLSA:  Non Exempt                                                   

 

Job Summary:

This person will be working with members at the clubhouse on seeking abilities and strengths in individuals and work toward recovery through meaningful activities. She/he will also be working side by side with members in order to engage and participate in a “work ordered day”.  He/ She will lead and organize the business, member service, kitchen units and employment/housing/education unit in order to engage members in running of the clubhouse. She/he will also be responsible for creating, linking and monitoring employment opportunities for the Clubhouse members.  This person will be in the community meeting with employers in order to establish relationships and gain transitional and supported employment positions with the agencies.  He/ She will be working with members at the clubhouse on resume building, application submissions, and employment skill enhancing tasks.  She/he will also be co leading education groups for the betterment of the Clubhouse members as well as assisting with educational situations in order to obtain educational opportunities for the Clubhouse members.

General Expectations:

In the performance of their respective task and duties, all employees are expected to conform to the following:

a.     Fully understand and consistently exhibit all of Peace River Center’s Core Values, while fostering the same with all direct reports.

b.     Perform quality work within deadlines with or without direct supervision.

c.     Work independently while understanding the necessity for communicating and coordinating work efforts with other employees and organizations.

e.   Ability to adhere to company and/or program’s dress code standards

f.   Ability to report to work with good personal hygiene

 Essential Duties/Requirements/Activities:

  • Ability to arrive to work and ready to work on time.
  • Ability to abide by principles of EEO compliance and a workplace of dignity and respect.
  • Ability to work cooperatively in a group and/or team setting.
  • Ability to show respect to all others.
  • Ability to professionally communicate with other employees and outside vendors, as required.
  • Ability to take guidance and direction from supervisors.
  • Prioritize conflicting demands of members and director in the midst of the work ordered day
  • Interact with employers in the community to develop transition and supported employment for members.
  • Work with members in gaining and/or enhancing skills for employment while completing tasks side by side with members throughout the Clubhouse
  • Monitor, coach and train members working in Transitional Employment Placements (TEP)
  • Establish and maintain communication with employers for Transitional Employment Placements in order to build a professional relationship.
  • Learn and comply with the Clubhouse International standards.
  • Train, link and access members interested in employment according to their strengths and abilities.
  • Responsible for completion of all documentation including but not limited to Treatment plans, Biopsychosiocials, Functional Assessment Rating Scales, Progress notes and more.
  • Engage members to work on meaningful work through meaningful activities in the Clubhouse
  • Work with Vocational Rehabilitation and other employment services in the area on referrals for their services
  • Develop and monitor Transitional Employment, Supported Employment and Independent Employment Placements.
  • Track data and statistics unique to employment of clubhouse members while using multiple tools including Microsoft Excel.

Qualifications:

Education:

Bachelors Degree in human services field

High school level considered if accompanied by one of the following certifications:

Certified recovery peer specialist

Certified psychiatric rehabilitation practitioner

Certified recovery support specialist

Certified behavioral health technician

Experience:

            None

Certifications:

None

Training:

Participate in a one-time Colleague Training for up to three weeks at an CI Certified Training Base

Comply with Peace River Center mandatory trainings

Knowledge and Skills:

            Proficient enough to be able to coach someone through Microsoft Windows and Office

            Must be diplomatic and able to communicate while presenting Clubhouse Model

            Must be able to work in a team and be able to lead, brainstorm and implement new ideas

            Must have strong written and verbal skills to address business leaders in the area

            Self-motivating and be able to work independently with minimal supervision while in the community

Safety Equipment

Universal Precautions

Comply with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules and regulations

Life Safety Equipment (fire extinguisher)

Transportation:

Must have reliable transportation and be of age 21 years old

Must be able to become a driver for PRC 

Must carry $50,000/$100,000 bodily injury coverage on personal vehicle and provide and maintain proof of coverage

Must be able to drive own vehicle and have a clear and valid FL driver’s license 

Machines, Tool and Equipment Used:

            Computer, telephone, fax, copier

            Printer, Agency van, Shredder, Copier, Sports equipment, TV/DVD and kitchen appliances

Supervisory Relationship(s)

            Supervises - none 

Work Environment:

May present exposure to adverse working conditions due to people who are mentally ill, who may be psychotic, who may present some exposure to communicable diseases, be verbally abusive or present a threat of violence. Exposure could include persons who have illnesses that are Infectious.

Office Environment:

Work in a flexible environment which is inclusive of multiple units with rotation in order to learn every unit in the clubhouse.

Limitations and Disclaimer:

While the essential duties of your job are outlined above, it may be necessary at times for the Company and/or your supervisor to vary your responsibilities while keeping them within the scope of the work you were hired to do.

 I have read and understand this job description and hereby certify that I am qualified to perform this position and can perform the essential functions of this position, with or without a reasonable accommodation.  Please list any requested accommodation below if an accommodation is necessary to perform the essential function of this position.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

Club Success Haines City seeks Clubhouse Assistant Director  Position based in Haines City, FL

Please apply online: www.peacerivercenter.org and click “Join our team”

If interested, please email Miranda Mills: mmills@peacerivercenter.org

 

JOB DESCRIPTION

Clubhouse Assistant Director

 

POSITION TITLE:  Clubhouse Assistant Director                      EFFECTIVE DATE:   2020

 

PROGRAM:      Club Success                                                             REPORTS TO:  Director of Club Success

 

FACILITY:        Club Success Haines City                                          CITY:   Haines City

 

JOB STATUS:  Full Time                                                                     FLSA:  Non Exempt                               

Job Summary:  This position will develop a deep knowledge of the Clubhouse International Standards while assisting the Director in leading a team to ensure the running of a successful Clubhouse. The Assistant Director will provide assistance to the Director in supervising generalists and will be the supervisor on duty when the Director is off site. This person will be working with members at the clubhouse on seeking abilities and strengths in individuals and work toward recovery through meaningful activities. She/he will also be working side by side with members in order to engage and participate in a “work ordered day”.  He/ She will lead and organize the business, member service, kitchen units and employment/housing/education unit in order to engage members in running of the clubhouse. She/he will also be responsible for creating, linking and monitoring employment opportunities for the Clubhouse members.  This person will be in the community meeting with employers in order to establish relationships and gain transitional and supported employment positions with the agencies.  

General Expectations:

In the performance of their respective task and duties, all employees are expected to conform to the following:

a.     Fully understand and consistently exhibit all of Peace River Center’s Core Values, while fostering the same with all direct reports.

b.     Perform quality work within deadlines with or without direct supervision.

c.     Interact professionally with other employees, customer and vendors.

d.     Work effectively as a team contributor on all assignments.

e.     Work independently while understanding the necessity for communicating and coordinating work efforts with other employees and organizations.

  1. Provide leadership and vision to the Clubhouse members and staff, upholding the integrity of the Clubhouse model.
  2. Build relationships with appropriate key leadership in partner organizations such as but not limited to Vocation Rehabilitation Services, NAMI, Civic groups and the Florida Clubhouse Coalition.
  3. Provide innovative leadership in program development to keep the Clubhouse on the leading edge of the sector.
  4. Lead change, ensuring clarity, understanding and commitment to goals, objectives, timelines and outcomes.

 Essential Duties/Requirements/Activities:

  • Good leadership skills
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Good interpersonal skills with peers and other agencies/organizations
  • Good organizational skills and ability to handle multiple tasks
  • Creative management and knowledge of community resources
  • Ability to keep information confidential
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision
  • Prioritize conflicting demands of members and director in the midst of the work ordered day
  • Interact with employers in the community to develop transition and supported employment for members.
  • Work with members in gaining and/or enhancing skills for employment while completing tasks side by side with members throughout the Clubhouse
  • Monitor, coach and train members working in Transitional Employment Placements (TEP)
  • Establish and maintain communication with employers for Transitional Employment Placements in order to build a professional relationship.
  • Learn and comply with the Clubhouse International standards.
  • Train, link and access members interested in employment according to their strengths and abilities.
  • Responsible for completion of all documentation including but not limited to Treatment plans, Functional Assessment Rating Scales, Progress notes and more.
  • Engage members to work on meaningful work through meaningful activities in the Clubhouse
  • Work with Vocational Rehabilitation and other employment services in the area on referrals for their services
  • Develop and monitor Transitional Employment, Supported Employment and Independent Employment Placements.
  • Track data and statistics unique to employment of club house members while using multiple tools including Microsoft Excel.
  • Attend Monthly Advisory Board Meeting and present clubhouse report if the Director is absent
  • Ongoing involvement with Florida Clubhouse Coalition
  • Ability to develop and maintain job opportunities for members.
  • Ability to work with a high degree of independence.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills. Detail-oriented with superior organizational ability.

Qualifications:

Education:

Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services field from an Accredited College or University

Experience:

            One year experience working in a clubhouse preferred.

Certifications:

Must have a valid Class E Florida Driver’s License. Must secure and maintain ACT certification.

Training:

Colleague Training through a Clubhouse International Training Base. 20 hours professional enhancement training annually including all PRC required.

Knowledge and Skills:

            Clubhouse International Standards; Medicaid Manual; SAMH contract etc.

            Excellent written and verbal communication skills

            Highly organized with the ability to work with minimal supervision

            Excellent skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office

Safety Equipment

Standard Precautions

Comply with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules and regulations

Life Safety Equipment (fire extinguisher)

Transportation:

Must have reliable transportation and must have clean driving record.

Required to become a driver on behalf of Peace River Center using both personal vehicle and PRC vehicles and requires a Valid Florida Driver’s license.

Must provide proof of coverage on personal vehicle for Bodily Injury Liability in the amount of $50,000/$100,000 level.

Must be age 25+ to be a qualified driver

Physical Requirements:

Machines, Tool and Equipment Used:

            Computer, telephone, fax, copier

Supervisory Relationship(s)

            Reports to Clubhouse Director, assists Director in supervising generalists

Work Environment:

May present exposure to adverse working conditions due to people who are mentally ill, who may be psychotic, who may present some exposure to communicable diseases, be verbally abusive or present a threat of violence. Exposure could include persons who have illnesses that are Infectious.

Limitations and Disclaimer:

While the essential duties of your job are outlined above, it may be necessary at times for the Company and/or your supervisor to vary your responsibilities while keeping them within the scope of the work you were hired to do.

I have read and understand this job description and hereby certify that I am qualified to perform this position and can perform the essential functions of this position, with or without a reasonable accommodation.  Please list any requested accommodation below if an accommodation is necessary to perform the essential function of this position.

 

Club Success Lakeland seeks Clubhouse Generalist  Position based in Lakeland, FL

Please apply online: www.peacerivercenter.org and click “Join our team”

If interested, please email Miranda Mills: mmills@peacerivercenter.org 

JOB DESCRIPTION

CLUBHOUSE GENERALIST

 

JOB TITLE:    Clubhouse Generalist                                                    EFFECTIVE DATE:      2021

 

PROGRAM:   Clubhouse                                                                    REPORTS TO:  Clubhouse Director

 

FACILITY:     Club Success                                                                 CITY:   Lakeland

 

JOB STATUS:   Full-time                                                                     FLSA:  Non Exempt                                                    

 

Job Summary:

This person will be working with members at the clubhouse on seeking abilities and strengths in individuals and work toward recovery through meaningful activities. She/he will also be working side by side with members in order to engage and participate in a “work ordered day”.  He/ She will lead and organize the business, member service, kitchen units and employment/housing/education unit in order to engage members in running of the clubhouse. She/he will also be responsible for creating, linking and monitoring employment opportunities for the Clubhouse members.  This person will be in the community meeting with employers in order to establish relationships and gain transitional and supported employment positions with the agencies.  He/ She will be working with members at the clubhouse on resume building, application submissions, and employment skill enhancing tasks.  She/he will also be co leading education groups for the betterment of the Clubhouse members as well as assisting with educational situations in order to obtain educational opportunities for the Clubhouse members.

General Expectations:

In the performance of their respective task and duties, all employees are expected to conform to the following:

a.     Fully understand and consistently exhibit all of Peace River Center’s Core Values, while fostering the same with all direct reports.

b.     Perform quality work within deadlines with or without direct supervision.

c.     Work independently while understanding the necessity for communicating and coordinating work efforts with other employees and organizations.

e.   Ability to adhere to company and/or program’s dress code standards

f.   Ability to report to work with good personal hygiene

 Essential Duties/Requirements/Activities:

  • Ability to arrive to work and ready to work on time.
  • Ability to abide by principles of EEO compliance and a workplace of dignity and respect.
  • Ability to work cooperatively in a group and/or team setting.
  • Ability to show respect to all others.
  • Ability to professionally communicate with other employees and outside vendors, as required.
  • Ability to take guidance and direction from supervisors.
  • Prioritize conflicting demands of members and director in the midst of the work ordered day
  • Interact with employers in the community to develop transition and supported employment for members.
  • Work with members in gaining and/or enhancing skills for employment while completing tasks side by side with members throughout the Clubhouse
  • Monitor, coach and train members working in Transitional Employment Placements (TEP)
  • Establish and maintain communication with employers for Transitional Employment Placements in order to build a professional relationship.
  • Learn and comply with the Clubhouse International standards.
  • Train, link and access members interested in employment according to their strengths and abilities.
  • Responsible for completion of all documentation including but not limited to Treatment plans, Biopsychosiocials, Functional Assessment Rating Scales, Progress notes and more.
  • Engage members to work on meaningful work through meaningful activities in the Clubhouse
  • Work with Vocational Rehabilitation and other employment services in the area on referrals for their services
  • Develop and monitor Transitional Employment, Supported Employment and Independent Employment Placements.
  • Track data and statistics unique to employment of club house members while using multiple tools including Microsoft Excel.

Qualifications:

Education:

Bachelors Degree in human services field

High school level considered if accompanied by one of the following certifications:

Certified recovery peer specialist

Certified psychiatric rehabilitation practitioner

Certified recovery support specialist

Certified behavioral health technician

Experience:

            None

Certifications:

None

Training:

Participate in a one-time Colleague Training for up to three weeks at an CI Certified Training Base

Comply with Peace River Center mandatory trainings

 

Knowledge and Skills:

            Proficient enough to be able to coach someone through Microsoft Windows and Office

            Must be diplomatic and able to communicate while presenting Clubhouse Model

            Must be able to work in a team and be able to lead, brainstorm and implement new ideas

            Must have strong written and verbal skills to address business leaders in the area

            Self-motivating and be able to work independently with minimal supervision while in the community

Safety Equipment

Universal Precautions

Comply with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules and regulations

Life Safety Equipment (fire extinguisher)

Transportation:

Must have reliable transportation

Must be able to meet DOT driving requirements of age 25 and older and possess a valid Florida driver’s license.  

Clean driving record required

Machines, Tool and Equipment Used:

            Computer, telephone, fax, copier

            Printer, Agency van, Shredder, Copier, Sports equipment, TV/DVD and kitchen appliances

Supervisory Relationship(s)

            Supervises - none

Work Environment:

Fast paced work environment. 

The populations cared for will include patients who are confused, delusional, irrational, agitated, or uncooperative.

The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.  Must understand and accept the possibility of exposure to inside environmental conditions such as communicable diseases and physical/verbal abuse from an out of control patient/client.

Office Environment:

Work in a flexible environment which is inclusive of a members service, kitchen and clerical units with rotation  in order to learn every unit in the clubhouse.

 

Limitations and Disclaimer:

While the essential duties of your job are outlined above, it may be necessary at times for the Company and/or your supervisor to vary your responsibilities while keeping them within the scope of the work you were hired to do.

I have read and understand this job description and hereby certify that I am qualified to perform this position and can perform the essential functions of this position, with or without a reasonable accommodation.  Please list any requested accommodation below if an accommodation is necessary to perform the essential function of this position.

                                                                                                                                 

Independence Center seeks Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialist, Clubhouse Model  Position based in St. Louis, MO

Job Title:  Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialist, Clubhouse Model, full time

Location: Independence Center, 4245 Forest Park, St. Louis, MO  63108

Are you passionate about community mental health? 

Are you interested in assisting adults who live with mental illness with their recovery?

Are you flexible and open to experiencing new challenges on a daily basis? 

Do you regularly go above and beyond the call of duty? 

Do you have a sense of humor?

Yes?  Then Independence Center may be the perfect match for your career search! The Rehab Specialist 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.

In partnership with BJC Healthcare, 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.

Please apply If this sounds like a good fit 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.

To Applyhttp://www.bjc.org/Jobs

For more information:  Email Director of Operations, Jennifer Higginbotham, MSW, LCSW

jhigginbotham@independencecenter.org


Requirements

Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in a Human Service Field

Driver’s License, Class E Preferred

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

Psych-RehabSpecialist 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.

Genesis House seeks Clubhouse Employment Specialist  Position based in Fowlerville, MI

Clubhouse Employment Specialist

July 07, 2021 - August 07, 2021
Location: Howell, MI
Salary Range: See Below Description
Exempt/Non-Exempt: Exempt
Benefits: Full
Employment Type: Full Time
Department: MI-Adult / Genesis
Description: Clubhouse Employment Specialist I: $42,642 Starting; Clubhouse Employment Specialist II: $49,039 Starting; Clubhouse Employment Specialist III $51,491 Starting Under the supervision of a Mental Health Program Director and Program Coordinator, employment specialist will engage members in Clubhouse activities including: the work-ordered day; achieving members’ employment goals; fostering relationships with community employers for job placements; and supporting members' educational goals. The employment specialist functions as a generalist within the Clubhouse community while securing and maintaining employment opportunities for members in the local community. Employment Specialists utilize the Clubhouse Standards as a best-practice and follow the strengths-based models to facilitate member engagement. Genesis House is a thriving clubhouse community program located in Fowlerville, MI.
Duties: Full-time position to engage and work alongside members as well as develop and maintain employment partnerships in the community. All job development efforts serve members in a Clubhouse psychosocial rehabilitation program for adults with mental illness.
Qualifications: Employment Specialist I: Bachelor’s degree in human services, vocational rehabilitation or related field required, with licensure preferred. Employment Specialist II: Master's degree in Social Work, Psychology, Vocational Rehabilitation or related field with Michigan licensure, either LLMSW, TLLP, LLPC and the ability to obtain an full licensure within 2 years of hire. Employment Specialist III: Master's degree in Social Work, Psychology, Vocational Rehabilitation or related field with Michigan licensure, either LMSW, LLP or LPC All levels: Valid chauffeurs driver’s license and good driving record. Minimum two year’s experience working in the mental health field or vocational services required. Some evening, weekend and holiday shifts required. Experience in working in a Clubhouse Program preferred. EXPERIENCE: Prior treatment experience working with people with serious mental illness. Prior experience working in a community mental health system and clubhouse program preferred. Experience in working with electronic medical records preferred. Ability to work as part of a team of professionals in a public mental health setting required.

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B'More Clubhouse seeks Program Coordinator  Position based in Baltimore, MD

Clubhouse Description:

The B'More Clubhouse is a membership organization, intentionally organized for adults who are living with the effects of mental illness.

Mission:

The mission of the B'More Clubhouse is to empower individuals living with mental illness to lead meaningful and productive lives of their choice in the community.

Job Responsibilities:

Under the direction of the B'More Clubhouse Program Director and in partnership with other Clubhouse staff and the membership, the Clubhouse Program Coordinator is involved in all aspects of the smooth and productive operations of the Clubhouse. The Program Coordinator must be able to adapt to situations as they arise by possessing the capability and flexibility of addressing the multiplicity of activities and demands occurring in the operation of the Clubhouse, including but not limited to:

• Represent the B'More Clubhouse in a professional manner at all times.

• Promote program development in accordance with the Clubhouse International philosophy, as outlined in the International Standards for Clubhouses.

• Work side by side with members, sharing in the daily operation of the work units.

• Participate in the development and maintenance of meaningful work opportunities in units for members.

• Actively promote the development of members' aspirations regarding Clubhouse participation, employment, education, housing, and social activities.

• Assist in outreach for members who are absent from the Clubhouse.

• Work collaboratively with members to develop and maintain employment opportunities for Clubhouse members with employers within the Baltimore metropolitan area.

• Participate in developing and maintaining appropriate linkages with other community mental health agencies, programs and services, as directed.

• Participate in education and resource development for Clubhouse members.

• Maintain communication at all levels of Clubhouse operations.

• Participate in social and recreational activities, including evening, weekend and holiday hours, when required.

 

Preferred Skills and Experience:

• Social media skills

• Publication design and high level writing skills

• Public speaking skills

• Computer/Tech savvy

• Highly developed communication and organizational skills

• Flexible, energetic, and positive interpersonal skills

B’More Clubhouse is an equal opportunity employer. Black, Indigenous, and other individuals from communities of color, in addition to LGBTQ+ folks are strongly encouraged to apply. 

Please submit cover letter and resume (in pdf format) to francesca.singleton@bmoreclubhouse.org. Include "Clubhouse position" in the subject of the email.

Pathfinder Clubhouse seeks Resource Coordinator  Position based in Corvallis, OR

Pathfinder Clubhouse is Seeking a Resource Coordinator

Are you looking for a rewarding job where you can use your skills and life experiences to help people living with mental illness grow and thrive? Someplace where you can use your business acumen to teach employable skills while helping people remove life barriers and achieve personal goals? A place where you can help bring about change and make a meaningful impact?

Pathfinder Clubhouse is seeking a Resource Coordinator to provide high quality rehabilitation services based on the Evidenced-based Clubhouse International Model to help adults living with mental illness in Corvallis, Oregon.

The mission of a Clubhouse is to assist, promote and celebrate individuals living with mental illness in their effort to reintegrate into the community, improve social and vocational skills and become employed in the community. Our vision is to create a community of inclusion whereby persons with mental illnesses become empowered to achieve independence and employment in a community free of discrimination.

Job Title and Description

1. The title for the Employee will be the following: Resource Coordinator, Staff Generalist. The initial position responsibilities the Employee will be expected to perform are:

Position Responsibilities:

· Ensures member engagement with all Clubhouse opportunities, including planning, coordinating, and executing daily work alongside Clubhouse members.

· Maintain accurate financial records of the organization using QuickBooks.

· Maintain accurate records of activities of Pathfinder Clubhouse, analyze and provide reports on a variety of activities.

· Assisting members in accessing needed community services and supports while encouraging member’s self-advocacy.

· Fosters a recovery environment in which members feel wanted, needed and expected.

· Models positive relationships with staff, members, and the larger community.

· Maintains complete and detailed records consistent with agency standards, procedures and requirements for third party funding and accreditation agencies.

· Performs placement management duties for the Transitional Employment Program. These duties include training, absence coverage and maintaining relationships with community business partners.

· Must be able to attend out of state paid training of 2-3 weeks duration within 18 months of employment, as COVID allows.

· Other staff generalist duties as required, including driving Clubhouse vehicles, engagement and relationship building with members, participation in social and holiday planning.

 

Website: www.pathfinderclubhouse.org 

Please send resume and cover letter to:

Elizabeth Hazlewood

elizabeth@pathfinderclubhouse.org

 

 

Petoskey Club seeks Full Time Psychosocial Clubhouse Generalist/Social Practitioner  Position based in Petoskey, MI

PETOSKEY CLUB

of North Country Community Mental Health

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 

FULL TIME PSYCHOSOCIAL CLUBHOUSE GENERALIST / SOCIAL PRACTIONER

to work side-by-side as a colleague with members (program participants) and as a work unit leader in our Clubhouse International Accredited psychosocial rehabilitation Clubhouse program.  Assist members in realizing their potential and goals through development of skills gained throughout the structured work-ordered day, vocational opportunities, advocacy initiatives and after-hours social/recreation activities.  Motivate member colleagues in coordinating task completion ranging from various clerical/computer tasks, Medicaid billing and other data entry/reports completion; facility maintenance; accounting; meal planning and preparation; procurement of supplies; residence stabilization and relocation assistance, acquisition of benefits and resources, and member documentation of goal progress, while adhering to the guidelines and program philosophy of engaging and empowering all participants.  Position requires community out-reach, job development and job coaching with members at community work sites, as well as program promotion/”marketing”, fund-raising activities, and providing mentorship for community service/volunteering opportunities which foster community integration and citizenship.  Public speaking engagements, locally and at conferences, as well as for mental health advocacy, are done in full partnership with members and staff.  Staff must be consistently upbeat and energetic, with a positive and patient attitude, have flexibility, and an encouraging demeanor, while maintaining their focus in a dynamic work environment with interruptions and distractions.  All work is collaborative and position is 100% interactive, requiring continual multi-tasking with competing demands on time, and the willingness/ability to take bottom-line responsibility for work unit functioning and productivity.  Rotating evening, weekend and holiday hours required, with occasional group travel.  Candidate needs to demonstrate initiative in meeting the needs of members and program, with adherence to International Clubhouse Standards, and excellent organizational, time management, IT, record keeping and highly developed communication skills: both verbal and written.  Prior experience in psychosocial rehabilitation preferred, with education/ training in rehabilitation or human services, coupled with relevant life experience.  Valid driver’s license, with good driving record. This is a fulltime position with an excellent benefit package.  Please send resume and letter of application to: Human Resources, North Country Community Mental Health, 1420 Plaza Drive, Petoskey MI 49770, FAX 231-487-9128 or E-Mail to hr@norcocmh.org. E.O.E.    Jama Moffett, Petoksey Club Director, may also be contacted directly: (231) 347-1786, jmoffett@norcocmh.org

Next Step Clubhouse seeks Clubhouse Unit Specialist  Position based in Inkster, MI

If you believe that you can make a difference, we want you to join our team Hegira Health!

Next Step Clubhouse, a psychosocial rehabilitation program for adults with psychiatric disabilities, is seeking a Clubhouse Unit Specialist to join our working community.

Our ideal candidate has experience with the Clubhouse model of psychosocial rehabilitation (preferred). Must be an energetic, positive individual with the ability to motivate adults with serious mental illness. Process a highly developed communication style (written and verbal) and organizational skills are an absolute must! Must be able to work as part of a team as well as independently in an upbeat and dynamic environment with many distractions.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

  • A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, (in a mental health services field) with specializing in psychology, social work, or guidance and counseling or related field.
  • He/she shall have a minimum of one (1) year's experience working with an adult mentally ill population. 
    • He/she shall demon­strate a basic knowledge of psychiatric terminology, diagnosis, and intervention strategies with people having persistent and serious mental illnesses.
    • A Michigan Chauffer’s license.
    • He/she shall must obtain and maintain current CPR/First Aid certification. 

LOCATION: Inkster, MI (on Inkster. between Cherry Hill and Michigan Ave)

TWO (2) Full-time positions:

Hegira offers a competitive benefits package including healthcare benefits, dental, vision, short term disability, long term disability, 403(b) retirement savings plan with company match, life insurance, wellness incentive, and generous paid time off benefits. As a 501c (3) organization, Hegira employees are eligible to participate in the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program for student loans. HHI also offers regular in-house training opportunities.

Clubhouse staff have generalist roles and share employment, community support, evening/weekend/holiday, and unit responsibilities. Central to this role is the active engagement of members in all aspects of unit and clubhouse operations. Staff complete unit work with members, not for members.

  • Staff assist members in developing vocational, educational, housing, and socialization goals and objectives.
  • Responsible for planning and coordinating unit work tasks.
  • Provide training and coverage on transitional employment job placements and contribute to job development efforts.
  • Provide coverage on rotating basis for activities. This position may be in our Culinary Unit or Business Unit.
    • Provide supportive counseling, crisis intervention services, skills training, and relapse prevention strategies to program members as needed.
    • Provide psychosocial rehabilitation (PSR) services to program members as outlined in the Clinical Policies and Procedures Manual.
    • Plan and coordinate assigned tasks in cooperation with other HHI personnel to ensure quality care and continuity of treatment

Required characteristics, skills, and abilities: consistently upbeat and energetic attitude, ability to maintain focus in a dynamic environment with many interruptions and distractions, self-starter, creative thinker, encouraging demeanor, maintain a high level of energy and focus, manage competing demands on time, keep space and tasks well organized, analyze tasks and spaces for barriers to utilization and develop interventions to address them, remain relaxed and nonreactive when others are upset, stand and move for long periods, stay alert and positive, engage with small and large groups.

Before applying, please read:

http://clubhouse-intl.org/documents/communities_eng.pdf

If interested, please send your resume to Angela Bogan at abogan@hegirahealth.org  or Chanel Byrd cbyrd@hegirahealth.org

 

 

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

Unit Coordinator/ Staff Generalist

Join us at Fedcap for an exciting career with Chelton Loft!

We are seeking a Unit Coordinator/Staff Generalist for our Chelton Loft Clubhouse in Harlem.  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 Unit 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 Leadership Team. Lead Clubhouse's projects as needed and assigned.
  • 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.
  • 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.

Qualifications: 

  • Education: Bachelor’s degree in social work, rehabilitation or related field required, Masters preferred 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 Charlene Niles (cniles@fedcap.org)) and Suzanne Stoute (sstoute@fedcap.org).

Manchester Clubhouse seeks Staff Generalist  Position based in Manchester, NH

Do you want to be part of a dynamic, growing organization? Granite Pathways' Manchester Clubhouse is seeking a part-time staff generalist to provide psychosocial rehabilitation services to adults challenged by mental illness and some have co-occurring substance use disorders, in accordance with the standards of Clubhouse International (clubhouse-intl.org/).

The Manchester Clubhouse is newly located near downtown Manchester, supporting adult members (program participants) on their journey of recovery and reintegration into the community. The Staff Generalist works in partnership with the Clubhouse members and the Director.

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

This position will start as a part-time, 14 hours per week position (Tuesdays and Thursdays) with the strong possibility of becoming full-time. Competitive hourly rate.

Essential Functions:

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. This may include training and working alongside members at their place of employment as part of job development
  • Take leadership role in ensuring positive outcomes in the member's lives.
  • Help members set and achieve personal, career and wellness goals. Emphasize members' strengths and abilities, and accommodate the challenges of living with mental illness
  • Identify/use community, healthcare, and social service resources that promote member well-being, independence, and personal satisfaction.
  • Encourage peer-to-peer relationships and interaction among the members.
  • Conduct outreach activities at community organizations to increase membership and visibility.
  • Participate with members and staff in a collaborative decision-making process. Encourage members to take leadership roles.
  • Staff clubhouse social and recreational programs. Flexibility to work occasional weekend, evening, and holiday hours.

Desired Qualities:

  • Responsible, outgoing, and caring.
  • Enjoys working/interacting with people from variety of backgrounds
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Clerical experience and skills
  • Multimedia skills/experience helpful but not required - video production, websites, HTML, new technology, etc. Proficiency in MS Office software applications.

To apply, please send resume or contact Sanja Perunovic for more information.

Sanja Perunovic

Talent Acquisition Specialist

The Fedcap Group

646-931-2398

sperunovic@fedcap.org

Do you want to be part of a dynamic, growing organization? Granite Pathways' Manchester Clubhouse is seeking a part-time staff generalist to provide psychosocial rehabilitation services to adults challenged by mental illness and some have co-occurring substance use disorders, in accordance with the standards of Clubhouse International (clubhouse-intl.org/).

The Manchester Clubhouse is newly located near downtown Manchester, supporting adult members (program participants) on their journey of recovery and reintegration into the community. The Staff Generalist works in partnership with the Clubhouse members and the Director.

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

This position will start as a part-time, 14 hours per week position (Tuesdays and Thursdays) with the strong possibility of becoming full-time. Competitive hourly rate.

Essential Functions:

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. This may include training and working alongside members at their place of employment as part of job development
  • Take leadership role in ensuring positive outcomes in the member's lives.
  • Help members set and achieve personal, career and wellness goals. Emphasize members' strengths and abilities, and accommodate the challenges of living with mental illness
  • Identify/use community, healthcare, and social service resources that promote member well-being, independence, and personal satisfaction.
  • Encourage peer-to-peer relationships and interaction among the members.
  • Conduct outreach activities at community organizations to increase membership and visibility.
  • Participate with members and staff in a collaborative decision-making process. Encourage members to take leadership roles.
  • Staff clubhouse social and recreational programs. Flexibility to work occasional weekend, evening, and holiday hours.

Desired Qualities:

  • Responsible, outgoing, and caring.
  • Enjoys working/interacting with people from variety of backgrounds
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Clerical experience and skills
  • Multimedia skills/experience helpful but not required - video production, websites, HTML, new technology, etc. Proficiency in MS Office software applications.

To apply, please send resume or contact Sanja Perunovic for more information.

Sanja Perunovic

Talent Acquisition Specialist

The Fedcap Group

646-931-2398

sperunovic@fedcap.org

Key Clubhouse of South Florida seeks Employment Specialist  Position based in Miami, FL

 

Employment Specialist

The Key Clubhouse of South Florida

 The Key Clubhouse of South Florida (www.keyclubhouse.org) in Miami, Florida, is seeking qualified candidates for the full-time position of Employment Specialist. This is an exciting opportunity for a committed individual seeking a challenging and rewarding career working in the field of mental health recovery. The Clubhouse is a non-clinical psychosocial rehabilitation membership program providing structure and skills building opportunities for adults with serious mental illness. The Key Clubhouse is an accredited “recovery through work” program through Clubhouse International.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum Bachelor’s Degree
  • Minimum employment experience of two years working with individuals who have chronic mental illness and/or co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse disorders
  • Strong computer skills including MS Office, Access, Publisher
  • An understanding of and belief in the recovery process and the Clubhouse model: sensitivity to the issues of people living with serious mental illness
  • Ability to work with a diverse population
  • Strong work ethics, patience, and a willingness to work flexible hours
  • Bilingual skills is a plus
  • Job development and job coaching experience a plus

Job Functions:

  • Serve as a placement manager for TE placements
  • Work side-by-side with Clubhouse members to support core Clubhouse operations. Core operations include: computer program usage, statistical compilation, internet research, fiscal functions, culinary unit related tasks, newsletter publications, petty cash operations, maintenance tasks, office supply inventory, mailings, etc.
  • Generate member interest in participation in the work-ordered-day and working outside of the Clubhouse.
  • Assume leadership role in promoting positive outcomes in members’ lives.
  • Maintain enthusiasm, commitment and belief in the Clubhouse International Model
  • Assist Clubhouse members in resume development, conducting on-line job search, and interviewing skills.
  • Conduct private employer job development outreach activities to generate Transitional Employment and Supportive Employment job slots for Clubhouse members.
  • Provide on-the-job skills training at employment sites for Clubhouse members.
  • Provide support services to Clubhouse members who have been placed in part-time Transitional Employment and Supportive Employment jobs.
  • Make periodic job site visits to meet with clients and provide interventions and conferences with employers if required.
  • Help members to identify and use community resources that promote their well-being, independence, satisfaction and self-sufficiency.
  • Conduct member recruitment activities to referral sources.
  • Maintain accurate and confidential client records.
  • Compile statistics and complete data reports.
  • Assist the Executive Director as needed with employment meetings and administrative functions as it relates to employment.
  • Participate on the team for the development and implementation of core Clubhouse services that are required from Clubhouse International and to maintain accreditation.

Additional requirement:

Attend a week-long training out of the area in Clubhouse Employment. 

Please send your resume and a cover letter explaining why you are interested in the position to dwebb@keyclubhouse.org.

 

 

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.
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