Goodwill Industries of Greater NE Columbus, NE, USA
May 16, 2019Full time
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: (NOTE: Qualified persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Reasonable accommodation will be made.) Develop the treatment plan: utilizing a strength-based assessment to develop a treatment/rehabilitative/recovery plan with the individual integrating the individual’s strengths/needs, considering community, family and other supports, stating measureable goals and specific interventions, and includes a documented discharge and relapse prevention plan. Facilitate the treatment team meeting collaborating with all members to building an effective support system. Facilitate and track progress of the treatment plan: Provide interventions, in a trauma informed manner, to facilitate active rehabilitation. Interventions may include skill building in activities of daily living, symptom recognition, medication compliance, relapse prevention, social skills, budgeting, and other independent living skills that enable the individual to reside in their community. Provide crisis management: provide therapeutic support and intervention in time of crisis and develop a crisis relapse prevention plan. Provide psycho-educational classes within the facility-based services: Provide psycho-educational classes and support groups in a manner that engages the participant to work towards their goals, share their recover story with others, and promote wellness. The class/group topics enhance skill development in activities of daily living, education, budgeting, medication adherence, and self-administration, relapse prevention, social skills, and other independent living skills that enable the individual to reside successfully in their community. The classes/groups are offered using creative educational approaches that aid in matching various learning styles. Community resource acquisition: Link participants with needed services within their community as identified in the treatment plan and/or to meet basic/crisis needs that arise (when Community Support is not involved with the team). Adhere to program documentation policies & procedures: Track data or client demographics, outcomes, service providers, referrals, goal progress, level of engagement in recovery, and related information, etc. in the participant’s electronic file. Complete documentation in a timely manner as required, including the development of the ITTP, goal review process, and progress notes. Competently present each case’s medical necessity for authorization and reauthorization to Managed Care Organizations to ensure the service provided will be a billable service and within the appropriate level of care. Competency in diagnostics and treatment options: Be knowledgeable on diagnostics and medications, including treatment options, reasons for taking the medications, possible complications/side effects, etc. Clinical Supervision: Actively participate in routine (minimum of monthly) Clinical Supervision meetings to review the treatment plan, determine appropriate level of care, evaluate ongoing medical necessity, and explore/implement recommendations per case reviewed. Complete chart audit worksheets to track the documentation requirements. Client-centered approach that focuses on exploring and resolving ambivalence and centers on motivational processes within the individual that facilitates change that includes identification, examination, and resolution of ambivalence about changing behavior. Use of Motivational Interviewing skills and approach that focuses on building rapport between staff and participant that encourages participant autonomy that evokes change. Change is supported in a manner congruent with the participant’s own values and concerns and Recovery Vision. Motivational Interviewing skills and strategies are used to evoke the “MI Spirit” (Expressing Empathy, Support Self-efficacy, Roll with Resistance, Develop Discrepancy); include OARS, Affirmation, Reflections and Summaries. Effective team communication: Work effectively with participant’s professional affiliates, i.e. therapist, medication provider, guardian, etc. Be responsible for communicating necessary information to the professionals in a timely and respectful manner. Work effectively within the Day Services as an active team member with positive and supportive teamwork. Provide coverage as needed for coworkers (including coverage in transportation, kitchen, and front desk) to ensure the program is provided in a quality manner following the routine participants anticipate as best as possible. Adhere to licensure and/or contract requirements: Be knowledgeable of CARF requirements, Adult Service Definitions and assure that standards are being met. Comply with state regulations and guidelines. Day Care license, Medicaid regulations, CACFP food program, and Division of Behavioral Health’s Comply with transportation policies and procedures: Follow all state and agency rules and regulations when transporting self and/or a participant. Travel is required for business purposes. Adhere to confidentiality policies and procedures: Process all information in a professional and confidential manner, following HIPPA standards of conduct. Perform work activities in conformance to Goodwill Values Statement which includes the values of Respect, Integrity, Compassion, Stewardship, Learning, Teamwork and Entrepreneurial Spirit. Immediately report any wrongdoing, unethical or improper conduct, fraud, fiscal mismanagement or misappropriation of funds, etc. (Refer to the Corporate Compliance Program Policy and Procedure for instructions on how to report.) Encourage and do not hinder in any way an employee making a report pertaining to Goodwill’s Corporate Compliance Program Policy and Procedure or making a report of work injury. Ensure no employee is retaliated against in any way as a result of making a report related to Goodwill’s Corporate Compliance Program Policy and Procedure or making a report of work injury. Welcome and embrace cultural diversity in all areas of Goodwill, i.e. customers, donors, volunteers, employees, or participants served.