ACT/ACT TAY Team Leader in Saint Charles, MO at Compass Health Network

Date Posted: 8/21/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Compensation: Compensation based on Licensure

 

POSITION PURPOSE

The ACT/ACT TAY Team Leader establishes, administers and directs the program of Assertive Community Treatment (Transitional-Aged Youth) ensuring appropriate services are provided by a multidisciplinary team and functions as a practicing clinician on the team.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS – JOB SPECIFIC

• Provide supervision of ACT team members to include at least one hour of face-to-face individual supervision, day, weekend, and evening availability for consultation and ongoing opportunity for skill development
• Ensure appropriate documentation and recording occurs within individual case records per policy
• Participate in daily team meetings
• Ensure face-to-face initial screenings occur upon referral to the ACT program
• Conduct screenings and assessments for potential consumers
• Provide regular reports to program director on budget and daily operations of the program
• Ensure the multidisciplinary team remains fully staffed
• Other duties as assigned

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS – 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

 

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY

• Oversee day to day operations and tasks of supervisees
• Complete performance development/AIM process
• Timecard Management – manages time sheets
• Ensures progress and development is made toward departmental strategic plan goals
• Clinical oversight

WORKING CONDITIONS & EXPOSURE RISK

Operating vehicles or machinery

Compass Health is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and an E-Verify participant.

 

Job Requirements

EDUCATION

Master’s degree in psychology, social work, rehabilitation/vocational/pastoral counseling, family therapy or closely-related field required

WORK EXPERIENCE

• The completion of a practicum or at least one (1) year of experience under the supervision of a QMHP required
• All experience must include working with individuals with psychiatric, substance use, and/or developmental disabilities

LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION

Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP)