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Clinical Specialist / Case Manager – CARE

Posted on: June 8, 2022

Website Capital Area Counseling Service

Clinical Specialist/Case Manager – CARE Services

$2,000 Hiring Incentive!

Benefits: health, dental and life insurance coverage; retirement participation; paid holidays; and vacation and sick leave
*CACS is a National Health Service Corps (NHSC) approved site which can provide opportunities for student loan
reimbursement

Location: Pierre, SD

Agency: Capital Area Counseling Service

Employment Category: Full-time

Employment Type: Hourly

Wage: $18.90 to $22.00/hr., DOE

Benefits: health, dental and life insurance coverage; retirement participation; paid holidays; and vacation and sick leave
*CACS is a National Health Service Corps (NHSC) approved site which can provide opportunities for student loan
reimbursement.

 Position Description

The Clinical Specialist provides mental health support services to adults.

Responsibilities for this position include:

Provide mental health support services to adult clients within an integrated system of care

Develop an integrated assessment of client’s needs

Work with the client to create a treatment case service plan, crisis plan, and other clinical documents necessary to outline services being provided

Facilitate psychosocial rehabilitation individual and group sessions to assist the client to gain or relearn self-care, interpersonal, and community living skills needs to live independently, sustain psychiatric stability and progress towards recovery

Provide case management services

Provide crisis assessment and intervention services

Provide liaison services to facilitate coordination of services with other providers and community partner agencies

Regularly review and assess client’s status with their goals and adjust as needed

Utilize evidence-based techniques when working with clients

Complete and maintain documentation required by the State or other funding sources and track all deadlines

Adhere to all agency policies and state and federal laws regarding confidentiality of medical records

Ability to work within a team including other community partner agencies and client’s family and peers.

Complete training to be a Medication Administrator and assist with medication monitoring and education

Requirements:

Minimum of an associate degree in the social sciences or human services field

Knowledge of mental health services

Ability to work as part of a team

Excellent computer skills/proficient in computer applications, specifically MS Office

Ability to multi-task and prioritize work

Problem solving skills

Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written

Strong organizational skills

Ability to meet deadlines

Work hours will include some evening and weekend hours

May need to use personal vehicle for work-related tasks

Possess a valid drivers license

To apply go to www.cacsnet.org and complete our application.  Email the completed application and your resume to kellie.shuman@cacsnet.org

For questions contact Kellie Shuman at 605-224-5811. 

To apply for this job email your details to kellie.shuman@cacsnet.org