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Individual must possess a Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in social work, rehabilitation counseling, or other related behavioral healthcare or counseling program. In addition to the master’s degree, the individual must hold and maintain a current New Jersey LSW or LCSW an LAC or LPC. Individuals with a Master’s degree who are a licensed marriage family therapist must have one year experience in a community behavioral health setting or be certified as a psychiatric rehabilitation practitioner (in lieu of the one year of experience in a community behavioral health setting). The ability to work a flexible schedule, including evening, weekend and holiday hours. Valid driver’s license in good standing.
Offer services appropriate to meet the consumer’s needs. Contribute to the development, implementation, monitoring and updating of the individualized rehabilitation plan. Coordinate and manage services provided to consumers. Ensure completion of comprehensive intake assessments and ongoing assessments. Provide individual, group and family support, crisis intervention services and support for staff 24 hours a day. Provide program development, direction and implementation for administration and supervision. Inter-agency coordination. Ensure program compliance to all regulatory bodies for Community Support Services. Ensure staff development and/or in-vivo training for Community Support Services. Coordinate facility management and various quality assurance tasks. Record keeping as required by funding sources through the electronic clinical record software and/or accreditation agencies. Must meet all expected productivity levels in regard to direct service provision to consumers. Perform other duties as assigned by the Director.
Perform therapeutic rehabilitative skill development.
Director of Community Support Services
West Orange, NJ
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