Resources For Human Development, Inc. ACT Team Lead in Waterloo, Iowa
Are you looking for a career with HEART?
Do you want to work with an organization that truly cares about people? Here's your chance!
Resources for Human Development (RHD) - one of the Nation's leading support services organizations - is seeking a focused individual to fill the role of ACT Team Lead.
Now offering a $1500 sign on bonus and $1500 retention bonus!!!
How You'll Make an Impact
The ACT Team Lead establishes and maintains oversight and direction for the clinical and operational leadership of the multi-functional team to which they are assigned. They are responsible for maintaining and documenting regulatory compliance efforts of the team, providing supervisory guidance and support to all employees of the team including but not limited to coaching, counseling, corrective actions and hiring and firing of staff. They are also responsible for the fiscal security of the program which they lead, including maintaining proper census levels to ensure fiscal viability of the program, monitoring, and controlling expenses of the team, and ensuring the proper use and control of program funds.
What We Offer You:
Commitment to maintaining a values-based and trauma-informed environment for all
Scholarship program and tuition discounts at local and online colleges and universities
Generous PTO plan
Comprehensive Benefits Package
Retirement Savings Plan
Free Virtual Fitness Classes
Employee Assistant Program
Student loan forgiveness program eligibilty due to non-profit status
What You'll Love About RHD:
Commitment to Values: We are committed to the fundamental value of dignity and respect for all human beings, to the empowerment of our consumers and staff, and to the flexibility to meet the changing needs of all our partners and those we serve
Dedication to Wellness: We value and prioritize our employees' mental, physical, and emotional health by providing free, online fitness classes, nutrition services, counseling sessions, and webinars on various health-related topics
Investment in Growth: We offer programs and workshops to our staff that support furthering education and the development of leadership skills
APPLY TODAY TO JOIN OUR TEAM!!!
Develops initial assessment and treatment plans to all clients and consumers admitted to the program and assigns Direct Care staff to them.
Evaluates consumers on an on-going basis for planning and coordinating treatment activities to respond to changing needs.
Directly supervises assigned personnel as follows:
Assists in the selection of new personnel as needed.
Trains and supports the staff in the completion and review of assessments and the development of effective care and/or support plans as appropriate.
Reviews employee performance on a regularly scheduled basis
Organizes, schedule and distributes work among assigned personnel.
Keeps personnel informed of pertinent policies and procedures affecting the program and/or their jobs.
Administers policies and procedures as established by Resources for Human Development
Assures that on call crisis intervention is available to program participants 24-7.
Assists and guides staff in the following essential activities:
Linking with and gaining access to outside services
Monitoring and assessment of service delivery
Informal support network building
Rehabilitation skills training
Peer Support Services
Supervises caseload with individual team members as well as with the team on a regular basis and maintains a caseload of their own.
Supervises medical record maintenance to ensure compliance with regulatory bodies.
Develops and maintains an efficient scheduling system for program personnel, ensuring the needs of the program are met.
Works with assigned Financial Manager to maintain the fiscal viability of the program through cost control and the development of revenue.
Other duties as assigned
3 years direct care working with adults with Severe Mental Illness and/or Substance Abuse
A Graduate degree in Psychology, Psychiatry, Social Work, Nursing, Rehabilitation, Education, or
Any Graduate degree in the field of human services plus a minimum of three (3) years of experience in direct care with adults in Mental Health,Intellectual Disabilities, Substance Abuse, Juvenile Justice, Health Care, Vocational Rehabilitation, or similar program, including two (2) years of community-based treatment.
Must pass background checks
LMHC, LMSW, LISW Licensure
A valid driver's license is required.
The Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is a mobile service designed to provide intensive supports in the home and community to individuals living with mental illness. ACT is available 24 hours a day, seven days per week, and is prepared to carry out a full range of treatment functions in the participants chosen community. The ACT team consists of the following members: master's level mental health clinicians, registered nurse, substance abuse specialist, vocational specialist, psychiatrist/ARNP, peer support specialist, and a program assistant. Team members work together with the individuals served to promote symptom stability and appropriate use of medication; restore personal, community living and social skills; promote and maintain physical health; establish access to entitlements, housing, work and social opportunities; and help maintain the highest possible level of functioning in the community.
Resources for Human Development is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, veteran, or disability status.