Admissions and Case Management Supervisor, MON-FRI, 7:30AM-4:00PM
Pine Street Inn
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Post Date: Apr 27, 2020
Job Type: Full Time
Start Date: - n/a -
Salary: - n/a -
Location: US - Massachusetts - JAMAICA PLAIN
Job Reference: 20-89
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SCHEDULE: 40 hours, Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.


The Admissions and Case Management Supervisor provides leadership and administrative oversight to the

Stabilization Program’s case management team. The Admissions and Case Management Supervisor is responsible for incoming referrals, intake and orientation of all Stabilization clients following established program protocols. Responsibilities include proper documentation of all referrals within CareLogic (the electronic health record), telephone interviewing, and acceptance of those applicants who meet clinical criteria. In addition, the Admissions and Case Management Supervisor will provide oversight for all the Stabilization intake processes including program marketing and ensuring the optimum client census. The Admissions and Case Management Supervisor will assist in developing and maintaining relationships with Acute Treatment Service Programs (ATS), Street Outreach, all PSI programs, Probation Departments, Drug Courts and other sources making referrals into the program. S/he will work with the Clinical Director on marketing the program to referral agencies, which may include participating in on-site visits to referral agencies to represent the Stabilization program.•Minimum of one (1) year of supervised substance abuse experience
•Practical experience in providing an intake and screening process to homeless male clientele with multiple co-presenting wants and needs, including substance abuse and mental illness, developmental disabilities and housing/economic factors leading to homelessness
•Knowledge of the issues related to homelessness, particularly around housing, Substance abuse, mental illness and economic factors as precipitants to homelessness
•Strong interpersonal and client interviewing skills
•Knowledge of 42 CFR, Confidentiality, and HIPAA regulations
•May need to travel to multiple sites/referral agencies throughout the state
•Ability to climb stairs
•Highly developed professional ethics and boundaries
•Ability to use a computer to complete reporting requirements and data entry functions
•Ability to function well as a team member and work independently in a busy work environment.
•The temperament to work with guests with problems indicative of untreated emotional/physical health needs and active substance use/abuse/dependency behaviors.
•Must have the ability to be trained to successfully utilize an electronic health record documentation system

•Bachelor’s Degree in social work, counseling, psychology or mental health
•A minimum of two (2) years working with a homeless male population presenting with substance use, co-occurring mental health issues and a demonstrated awareness of community resources and referral agencies