After all of the time and effort you put into achieving your Master's degree, it is time to meet the people we serve, they need you.
The Critical Intervention Specialist manages a caseload of clients that are referred to us by the Golden Gate Regional Center, covering throughout the Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo counties and participates in weekly Clinical and administrative meetings at our South San Francisco office.
Our ideal candidate would be someone who has already graduated (or at at the tail-end) from the Master's program for Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, or another related field. He/She would be a road warrior; who would have no issues driving in and around the respective coverage area (including parking SF) and responding to crisis within the hour. Our ideal candidate would have previous experience advocating, supporting, stabilizing, or working with those with either intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and their inner and outer circle. He/She would be adaptable - being comfortable with working independently the field, but ready to jump in to a team at the office, in order to create a cohesive collaboration (teaching and learning); bringing in your individual expertise to the forefront. The SF team might be small but they are mighty!
Are you up for the challenge?
If so, read below for more information about the expectations and what qualifications are required for the Critical Intervention Specialist.
Case Management duties include, but are not limited to:
Visiting the client and collaborating with circle of support/collateral contacts at least once a week, and daily submission of case notes.
Periodically carry our crisis hotline rotation with the intent of de-escalating the situation and respond in-person if necessary.
Develop Case Reviews and create Stabilization Plans for your client.
Attend client meetings and Regional Center clinics as directed, as well as all workshops, trainings and in-services.
Attend and participate in clinical meetings with community resources (such as Psychiatrists, Social Workers, Physicians, Therapists, etc.).