Crisis Program Supervisor
Ecker Center for Behavioral Health
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Post Date: Jan 19, 2024
Job Type: Full Time
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Location: US - Illinois - Elgin
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Job Scope: Lead a diverse team of clinicians providing mental health and crisis de-escalation services in a collaborative and fast paced community setting. Engage clients in crisis intervention, rehabilitative groups, and Integrated Assessment and Treatment Planning (IATP), aimed at increasing clients’ ability to function independently in the community.

Primary Responsibilities
•Leads and oversees the daily operations of the Crisis Stabilization Program and Crisis Residential Program
•Provides daily leadership/clinical consultation and supervision/evaluation to Masters, Bachelor, and other clinicians to ensure operations run smoothly and that program development is responsive to consumer and community needs
•Provides a full range of clinical crisis services including IATP, crisis intervention, case management, consultation, rehabilitative groups, discharge planning and referral/linkage services
•Ensures documentation and reporting requirements for programs are being met
•Evaluates individuals for appropriate services and make all necessary referrals, both inside and outside the agency
•Participates in agency committees
•Provides clinical consult and coverage support to teams as needed
•Provides accurate, quality documentation within a maximum of 48 hours after service delivery

•Master’s degree in Human Service field; minimum 2 years clinical experience
•Experience serving adults with severe mental illness in community mental health or in crisis is a plus, supervisory/administrative experience a plus
•Experience with case management, crisis assessment and intervention, diagnosis/treatment of mental health and co-occurring substance use needs, in adults
•Must have ability to work independently and in a team setting, ability to assess risks in a stressful environmen

•403(b) plan with organizational contributions of 2% to 7%, based on length of service
•Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life insurance
•Flexible Spending Accounts
•Tuition reimbursement plus many other training opportunities
•Employee Assistance Program – face to face counseling sessions, resources for work/life, life coaching, financial, medical advocacy, and more
•Extended sick and disability leave
•Eligibility to participate in the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF)