Clubhouse Unit Leader in Raymore, MO at Compass Health

Date Posted: 5/19/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Compensation: 15.50

Description
Unit Leaders report to the Clubhouse Director and are responsible for delivering services to members.
Core Responsibilities:
• Management of Clubhouse units
- Planning, coordinating, and executing daily unit work with membership
- Working with membership to complete unit work and tasks side by side
- Applying and modeling the Clubhouse Standards, as stated through the ICCD (International Center for Clubhouse Development), in daily tasks
- Creatively encouraging and motivating members to participate in their rehabilitation
- Organizing, executing, and participating in some Evening, Weekend, and Holiday activities
- Actively participating in the fundraising efforts of the Clubhouse
- Completing frequent outreach of members who are not in attendance for each unit
- Assisting to meet the community needs of members

Documentation Requirements
- Developing Personal Development Plans (PDP) with members in unit
- Completing quarterly reviews of PDP’s
- Completing weekly comments on progress notes with member in unit
- Completing annual informational paperwork with members
- Completing chart checks for members in unit when applicable
• Complete Psychosocial Assessments for Clubhouse members
• Crisis counseling, as needed
• Provide documentation relating to the Assessment to include Clinical Transactions, Progress Notes, and the Assessment document
• Participating in the TE (Transitional Employment) Program as a placement manager
• Adhering to ICCD Standards and Philosophy
• Participating in a 3-week Clubhouse Training
• Other responsibilities as assigned by supervisor

Other Responsibilities:
- Attend all training as required by Crider Health Center, Accreditors and Funders.

 

 

Job Requirements

Qualifications
• A mental health professional as defined in 9CSR30-4.030.
• A Master’s degree in psychology, social work, counseling, or related field
• At least two years experience in the mental health field.
• Experience and skill in programs for individuals with mental illness, particularly in regard to goal setting, consumer advocacy/support and utilization of community resource
• Valid driver’s license.
• Commitment to Service Excellence
• Commitment to Personal Excellence
• Team Oriented and Values Diversity

Supervision
Unit Leaders receive supervision from the Clubhouse Supervisor/Director.