Compensation: $19.37-27.37/hr, contingent on experience
This position is eligible for a $1000 signing bonus following the successful completion of the six-month orientation period.
In addition to base pay, Compass offers the opportunity for licensed candidates to earn performance incentives up to $12k annually for this position
The Therapist ITCS is part of the person-centered integrated team and provides direct and indirect services to persons served as part of the ICTS program in Boone County. The therapist serves as a team lead, providing clinical oversight, recommendations and support to the team based on identified strengths, needs, abilities and preferences of individuals served.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS - JOB SPECIFIC
Core Responsibilities: • Assesses the individual strengths, needs, abilities and preferences of individuals served. • Develops, updates and reviews Wellness Plan within required time frames to guide and direct treatment. • Provides individual, group and family psychotherapy/education. • Provides triage services to persons who present during open access hours, as needed • Serves as a team coordinator for referrals, maintaining program census, and care of consumers receiving services. • Attends all ICTS team meetings to provide clinical input and recommendations. • Coordinates with ICTS staff/team members (including P&P, DBH and DOC) to support consumers in achieving/maintaining sobriety and addressing needs to support personal recovery. • Acts as team lead; assuming responsibility for review of clinical documentation and completion of team/staff AIMS, time sheets, and expense report approval/submission. • Assumes responsibility for clinical oversight of ICTS treatment records to ensure compliance with DMH and Medicaid requirements.
Other Responsibilities: • Assessing appropriateness/readiness of referrals for counseling • Function as part of a multi-disciplinary team • Maintain client records, following agency and state regulations; ensuring timely documentation of services rendered per Compass Health policy. • Knowledge of utilization management criteria. • Maintain agreed upon level of customer care requirements • Will provide culturally competent services to meet the unique cultural needs of each agency consumer and family member • Be knowledgeable of other human/social services for purposes of referral if the agency is unable to provide a particular service and maintain documentation of such referrals • Interface with other human/social services to provide holistic services to persons served. • Provide emergency services for crisis calls/walk-ins per the daytime crisis protocol • Provide licensure supervision, if applicable • Regular attendance (except as excused) • Attend all training as required by Compass Health Network, Accreditors and Funders • Other duties as assigned by supervisor
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/CORE COMPETENCIES - COMPANY WIDE
• Regularly attends work except for approved absences • Attends all training as required • Maintain professional, "champion" behavior • Provides quality customer service • Provides services with a commitment to service excellence • Works in a way that exhibits a commitment to personal excellence • Team oriented and values diversity
• Oversees day-to-day operations and tasks of supervisees • Completes performance development/AIM process • Time card management - manages time sheets • Ensures progress and development is made toward departmental strategic plan goals • Acts as team lead; assuming responsibility for review of clinical documentation and completion of team/staff AIMS, time sheets, and expense report approval/submission. • Assumes responsibility for clinical oversight of ICTS treatment records to ensure compliance with DMH and Medicaid requirements.
In addition to base pay, Compass offers employees in this position the opportunity to earn performance incentives, up to $12k annually