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Supervisor, Senior Life Solutions

Jacksonville Memorial Hospital
Jacksonville, IL
Full-Time
Day Shift

In conjunction with the AVP, supervises and coordinates the JMH Senior Life Solutions program (SLS). Assists inplanni...

Supervisor, Senior Life Solutions

Jacksonville Memorial Hospital
Jacksonville, IL
Tracking Code 2024-21335

Position Summary

Full-Time
Day Shift

In conjunction with the AVP, supervises and coordinates the JMH Senior Life Solutions program (SLS). Assists inplanning, organizing, and directing the management and clinical functions of SLS including personnel, delivery ofservices, quality monitoring/improvement processes, and compliance with accreditation and regulatory
requirements.

Provides clinical and supervisory leadership, including (but not limited to) employee staffing andwork assignments, employee satisfaction, hiring and direct supervision of personnel (in collaboration with Manager), orientation and/or training of all employees. Conducts staff meetings, implements policies andprocedures, and ensures patient satisfaction. Provides patient care and participates in discharge planning.

Embodies the Memorial Health System Performance Excellence Standards of Safety, Courtesy, Quality, and Efficiency that support our mission, vision and values.

Highlights & Benefits

  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Memorial Childcare
  • Mental Health Services
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Continuing Education
  • Local and National Discounts
  • Pet Insurance
  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • 401(k)
  • Life Insurance and Voluntary Benefits
  • Employee Assistance Program and Colleague Wellness
  • Adoption Assistance

Required Skills

  • Plans and assists with implementing staffing plans to provide high quality patient care and services.
  • Works collaboratively and cooperatively with Medical Director.
  • Direct Clinical Services
  • Develop initial comprehensive assessment data including clients presenting problems, mental status, relevant psychiatric, medical and developmental histories to make decisions regarding diagnosis (per DSM-V), treatment objectives and ongoing treatment plans and/or to provide information and make appropriate referrals to other treatment resources in the community.
  •  Provide 19 hours of billable services per week to clients.
  • Implement crisis or pre-crisis intervention procedures with potentially suicidal, homicidal, or severely disabled clients. Where appropriate referrals will be made to consulting psychiatrists or inpatient psychiatric facilities to prevent further destabilization.
  •  Interview collateral contacts, previous and current treatment professionals, and significant others, to further establish a database for assessment and ongoing treatment plan as needed.
  • Clarify priority problems, goals for change, and session limits according to agency policy to assist clients in developing appropriate expectations for treatment in relationship to the agency. Use a variety of psychotherapeutic treatment approaches and interventions to change targeted behaviors and stabilize adaptive behaviors with individuals, couples and families.
  • Manage the termination process and discharge planning to enhance clients’ abilities to retain treatment changes and/or use other available support services. g. May organize, plan, and participate in therapy groups for clients and/or their families, as assigned.
  • Client Information System
  • Establish appropriate professional files, including comprehensive assessments, progress notes, treatment objectives and plans, previous treatment records, clients’ consent to current treatment and for exchange of information.
  • Complete required administrative forms. Collect necessary information for billing and fee collection for both community mental health and private pay clients.
  • Provide necessary client information to other agencies or health care providers to coordinate services to identified clients.
  • May prepare necessary documents/reports for DCFS as needed.
  • Training Activities/Professional Growth
    • Supervisor and employee mutually identify professional goals that will enhance job related skills. b. Participate in ongoing agency meetings, committees, and special projects to enhance professional expertise.
    • Complete mandatory education requirements by specified deadlines.
    • Participate in required staff meetings and in-services to keep abreast of agency policy and administrative procedures, meet requirements for continuing education, and upgrade professional knowledge.
  • Consultation/Networking
    • Engage in appropriate teamwork functions (such as mutual support, clarification of office responsibilities and procedures) according to best professional judgment and agency policy to provide a professional working environment and effective service delivery.
    • Develop cooperative relationships outside the agency with family, physicians, public officials or interested agencies to provide for the development of mental health services in the community.
  • Embodies the Memorial Health System Performance Excellence Standards of Safety, Courtesy, Quality, and Efficiency that support our mission, vision and values:
  • Job Relationships ·
    • Demonstrate through initiative and apparent effort involvement in clinical supervision. Communicate directly with supervisor for clarification of administrative policy, program evaluation to promote a professional working environment and effective service delivery system.
  • Monitors employee performance and routinely coaches/trains staff. Coordinates and conducts staff performance appraisals based on direct observation and feedback of clinical staff and others. Uses sound management and HR skills to ensure staff’s productivity is maximized and operational service is optimized.
  • Attends all JCAHO, OSHA and hospital/manager specified mandatory in-services. Validates competencies and obtains credentials as identified in unit specific requirements. Minimum four contact hours of specialty, manager approved education within last 12 months (does not include Joint Commission mandatory inservices).
  • Performs analytical and decision-making functions without direct supervision, recognizing unexpected results, and taking necessary corrective action.
  • Manages and resolves customer feedback and actively elicits suggestions/input from the ALMH SLS treatment team and JMH Administration. Acts as a facilitator for continuous process improvement.
  • Maintains departmental operations and documentation in accordance with licensing and regulatory purposes. Establishes workflow processes and routines and adjust as volumes dictate; develops and monitors the appropriate performance metrics to track program outcomes and efficiencies.
  • Participates in strategic planning activities; completes assigned goals as part of the process; demonstrates support for (and participate as requested) in achieving organizational goals.
  • Maintains and demonstrates clinical expertise and competency.
  • Assists in schedule preparation and provides API management support for staff records.
  • Obtains psychiatric social histories within 3 working days after admission and record in patient’s record. Screens patients for possible SLS services and communicates with SLS staff.
  • Provides group, individual, and family counseling to patients and their families as requested by Medical Director or multidisciplinary team. Documents each session and supports information needed for Utilization Review criteria and patient treatment plans. Ensures documentation is recorded after each session.
  • Initiates discharge planning and coordinates with physicians and multidisciplinary teams. Secures discharge plans when patient is medically ready for discharge. Possesses a thorough knowledge of community resources.
  • Complies with the Illinois Mental Health Code and Confidentiality Act. Exhibits professional behavior is in accordance with organizational policies and guidelines. Provides evidence of continuing education.
  • Participates in multidisciplinary treatment planning through weekly team meetings. Demonstrates a leadership role in these teams.
  • Participates in the psychiatric patient program as needed and documents in patient’s record as necessary.
  • Assists, as needed, in the staff training, new employee orientation, student education, community education, in-house activities, and general public relations activities. Maintains awareness of, and compliance with, department and organizational policy and procedures.
  • Consults with treatment team members for individual treatment planning of difficult patients. Demonstrates knowledge of, and care for, older adults through accurate assessments and treatments.
  • Performs other related work as required or requested. The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents of this job. Incumbents may be requested to perform tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.

Required Experience

Education:

  • Master’s degree in Mental Health, Psychology, Social Work, or related field required.

Licensure/Certification/Registry:

  • Must have and maintain valid State of Illinois licensure as a LCPC, LCSW or LMFT.
  • Must have and maintain valid State of Illinois Driver’s License, availability of own transportation, and proof of auto liability insurance

Experience:

  • Three years relevant clinical experience required with performance at an exemplary level required.
  • Two years of supervisory or progressive leadership experience preferred.
  • Two years previous experience with SMI/SED population preferred. Verifiable history of providing quality care to clients as indicated by references or demonstrated by internal work history.
  • Demonstrated track record of motivation, creativity, problem-solving and commitment to strengtheningthe profession and continuum of care
Jacksonville, IL

Justin Barney

Recruiter
New

Community and School Based Graduate Level Counselor/Therapist

Memorial Behavioral Health Center
Springfield, IL
Full-Time
Day Shift

Provides provisional diagnosis and therapeutic outpatient services to adults and/or children under supervision of lic...

Community and School Based Graduate Level Counselor/Therapist

Memorial Behavioral Health Center
Springfield, IL
Tracking Code 2024-21338

Position Summary

Full-Time
Day Shift

Provides provisional diagnosis and therapeutic outpatient services to adults and/or children under supervision of licensed behavioral health provider.  Plans, organizes, and provides psychotherapeutic services to clients whose level of functioning indicates they can benefit from outpatient therapy.

Employee will adhere to the Memorial Health System (MHS) Code of Conduct, the MHS Ethics and Corporate Compliance Plan, MBH policies and procedures, as well as performance standards established by the governing board/administration and accrediting bodies.

Embodies the Memorial Health System Performance Excellence Standards of Safety, Courtesy, Quality, and Efficiency that support our mission, vision and values.

Highlights & Benefits

  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Memorial Childcare
  • Mental Health Services
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Continuing Education
  • Local and National Discounts
  • Pet Insurance
  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • 401(k)
  • Life Insurance and Voluntary Benefits
  • Employee Assistance Program and Colleague Wellness
  • Adoption Assistance

Required Skills

Direct Clinical Services

  • Develop initial comprehensive assessment data including clients presenting problems, mental status, relevant psychiatric, medical and developmental histories to make decisions regarding diagnosis (per DSM-V), treatment objectives and ongoing treatment plans and/or to provide information and make appropriate referrals to other treatment resources in the community.
  • Provide 25 hours of billable services per week to clients.
  • Implement crisis or pre-crisis intervention procedures with potentially suicidal, homicidal, or severely disabled clients. Where appropriate referrals will be made to consulting psychiatrists or inpatient psychiatric facilities to prevent further destabilization.
  • Interview collateral contacts, previous and current treatment professionals, and significant others, to further establish a database for assessment and ongoing treatment plan as needed.
  • Clarify priority problems, goals for change, and session limits according to agency policy to assist clients in developing appropriate expectations for treatment in relationship to the agency. Use a variety of psychotherapeutic treatment approaches and interventions to change targeted behaviors and stabilize adaptive behaviors with individuals, couples and families.
  • Manage the termination process and discharge planning to enhance clients’ abilities to retain treatment changes and/or use other available support services.
  • May organize, plan and participate in therapy groups for clients and/or their families, as assigned.

 

Client Information System

  • Establish appropriate professional files, including: comprehensive assessments, progress notes, treatment objectives and plans, previous treatment records, clients’ consent to current treatment and for exchange of information.
  • Complete required administrative forms. Collect necessary information for billing and fee collection.
  • Provide necessary client information to other agencies or health care providers to coordinate services to identified clients.
  • May prepare necessary documents/reports for DCFS as needed.

 

Training Activities/Professional Growth

  • Supervisor and employee mutually identify professional goals that will enhance job related skills.
  • Participate in ongoing agency meetings, committees and special projects to enhance professional expertise.
  • Complete mandatory education requirements by specified deadlines.
  • Participate in required staff meetings and in-services to keep abreast of agency policy and administrative procedures, meet requirements for continuing education, and upgrade professional knowledge.

 

Consultation/Networking

  • Engage in appropriate team work functions (such as mutual support, clarification of office responsibilities and procedures) according to best professional judgment and agency policy to provide a professional working environment and effective service delivery.
  • Develop cooperative relationships outside the agency with family, physicians, public officials or interested agencies to provide for the development of mental health services in the community.

 

Embodies the Memorial Health System Performance Excellence Standards of Safety, Courtesy, Quality, and Efficiency that support our mission, vision and values:

  • SAFETY: Prevent Harm – I put safety first in everything I do.  I take action to ensure the safety of others.
  • COURTESY: Serve Others – I treat others with dignity and respect.  I project a professional image and positive attitude.
  • QUALITY: Improve Outcomes – I continually advance my knowledge, skills and performance.  I work with others to achieve superior results.
  • EFFICIENCY: Reduce Waste – I use time and resources wisely.  I prevent defects and delays.

Job Relationships

  • Demonstrate through initiative and apparent effort involvement in clinical supervision.
  • Communicate directly with supervisor for clarification of administrative policy, program evaluation to promote a professional working environment and effective service delivery system.
  • Adhere to MHS/MBH Behavioral Standards

 

Other Job Responsibilities

  • Ability to accommodate evening/weekend hours.
  • Perform other duties as required by agency needs.

 

The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents of this job.  Incumbents may be requested to perform tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.

 

Required Experience

Education:

Minimum Master’s in Social Work, Psychology, or Counseling required, preferably in social services field

Licensure/Certification/Registry:

Must have or obtain IM+CANS certification within 30 days of hire.

Experience:

Behavioral health experience preferred.

Other Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

Must have computer and keyboarding skills required by position. Must have valid IL driver’s license, reliable transportation, and proof of automobile insurance.  Must pass background checks and drug screen.

Springfield, IL

Justin Barney

Recruiter
New

Primary Care Counselor/Therapist

Memorial Care
Petersburg, IL
Part-Time
Day Shift

A Social Worker provides diagnostic and therapeutic outpatient services to adults and/or children. Plans organizes, a...

Primary Care Counselor/Therapist

Memorial Care
Petersburg, IL
Tracking Code 2022-13376

Position Summary

Part-Time
Day Shift

A Social Worker provides diagnostic and therapeutic outpatient services to adults and/or children. Plans organizes, and provides psychotherapeutic services to clients whose level of functioning indicates they can benefit from outpatient therapy.

At Memorial Health, you’ll find that the values of Safety, Quality, Integrity and Stewardship are more than words. You’ll live by them as you ensure the best possible outcome for every patient in your care while putting safety first, seeking continuous improvement, respecting others, and promoting healthier communities.

Highlights & Benefits

  • Memorial Childcare
  • Mental Health Services
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Continuing Education
  • Local and National Discounts
  • Pet Insurance
  • Medical, Dental, Vision

Required Skills

Direct Clinical Services

  1. Conduct assessments of patient, including completion of the Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) depression scale and General Anxiety Screening (GAD-7).
  2. Develop initial comprehensive assessment data including patient presenting problems, mental status, relevant psychiatric, medical and developmental histories to make decisions regarding diagnosis (per DSM-V), treatment objectives and ongoing treatment plans and/or to provide information and make appropriate referrals to other treatment resources in the community.
  3. Provide 25 hours of billable services per week to patients.
  4. Consult with patient and primary care provider about treatment options and preferences; coordinate initiation of treatment plan.
  5. Monitor patient closely for changes in severity of symptoms and medication side effects. Educate patients about medication and side effects as needed. Encourage treatment adherence.
  6. Use behavioral activation techniques with patient as an adjunct to other treatments.
  7. Provide evidence-based, brief structured psychotherapy (PST-PC).
  8. Participate in regular caseload supervision with treatment team, focusing on patients improving adequately (e.g., less than 50% reduction in symptoms after 8-12 weeks in treatment).
  9. Coordinate communication between patient and primary care physician and consulting psychiatrist; provide recommendations for change in treatment plan.
  10. Document all encounters according to policies and procedures.
  11. Implement crisis or pre-crisis intervention procedures with potentially suicidal, homicidal, or severely disabled patients. Where appropriate referrals will be made to consulting psychiatrists or inpatient psychiatric facilities to prevent further destabilization.
  12. Interview collateral contacts, previous and current treatment professionals, and significant others, to further establish a database for assessment and ongoing treatment plan as needed.
  13. Clarify priority problems, goals for change, and session limits according to agency policy to assist patients in developing appropriate expectations for treatment in relationship to the agency. Use a variety of psychotherapeutic treatment approaches and interventions to change targeted behaviors and stabilize adaptive behaviors with individuals, couples and families.
  14. Manage the termination process and discharge planning to enhance patients’ abilities to retain treatment changes and/or use other available support services.
  15. May organize, plan and participate in therapy groups for patients and/or their families, as assigned

Patient Information System

  1. Establish appropriate professional files, including: comprehensive assessments, progress notes, treatment objectives and plans, previous treatment records, patients’ consent to current treatment and for exchange of information.
  2. Complete required administrative forms. Collect necessary information for billing and fee collection.
  3. Provide necessary patient information to other agencies or health care providers to coordinate services to identified patients.
  4. May prepare necessary documents/reports for DCFS as needed.

Training Activities/Professional Growth

  1. Supervisor and employee mutually identify professional goals that will enhance job related skills.
  2. Participate in ongoing agency meetings, committees and special projects to enhance professional expertise.
  3. Complete mandatory education requirements by specified deadlines.
  4. Participate in required staff meetings and in-services to keep abreast of agency policy and administrative procedures, meet requirements for continuing education, and upgrade professional knowledge.

 

Consultation/Networking

  1. Engage in appropriate team work functions (such as mutual support, clarification of office responsibilities and procedures) according to best professional judgment and agency policy to provide a professional working environment and effective service delivery.
  2. Develop cooperative relationships outside the agency with family, physicians, public officials or interested agencies to provide for the development of mental health services in the community.

Job Relationships

  1. Demonstrate through initiative and apparent effort involvement in clinical supervision.
  2. Communicate directly with supervisor for clarification of administrative policy, program evaluation to promote a professional working environment and effective service delivery system.
  3. Adhere to MHS/MBH Behavioral Standards

Other Job Responsibilities

  1. Ability to accommodate evening/weekend hours.
  2. Perform other duties as required by agency needs.

 

The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents of this job.  Incumbents may be requested to perform tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.

Required Experience

Education:

  • Minimum Master’s in Social Work, Psychology, or Counseling required
  • Minimum age of 21

Licensure/Certification/Registry:

  • LPC or LSW required

Experience:

  • Behavioral health experience preferred

Other Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Must have computer and keyboarding skills required by position
  • Must have valid IL driver’s license, reliable transportation, and proof of automobile insurance
  • Must pass background checks and drug screen
Petersburg, IL

Justin Barney

Recruiter
New

Recovery Specialist

Memorial Behavioral Health Center
Springfield, IL
PRN
Varies Shift

Provides community-based recovery support services for mentally ill clients in the Community Support Services Unit.&n...

Recovery Specialist

Memorial Behavioral Health Center
Springfield, IL
Tracking Code 2024-20907

Position Summary

PRN
Varies Shift

Provides community-based recovery support services for mentally ill clients in the Community Support Services Unit.  Ensures continuity of care for high-risk persons suffering from mental illness through direct clinical intervention, monitoring, and advocacy functions. Recovery Specialist must complete paperwork per agency policies and requirements of funding source.

Employee will adhere to the Memorial Health System (MHS) Code of Conduct, the MHS Ethics and Corporate Compliance Plan, MBH policies and procedures, as well as performance standards established by the governing board/administration and accrediting bodies.

Embodies the Memorial Health System Performance Excellence Standards of Safety, Courtesy, Quality, and Efficiency that support our mission, vision and values.

Highlights & Benefits

Required Skills

  1. Direct Clinical Services
    • Provide 5 hours of billable service per week to individuals within the Case Management program.

 

    • Establish initial data including clients presenting problems, mental status, relevant psychiatric, medical and developmental histories to make decisions regarding diagnosis (per DSM-V), treatment objectives and ongoing treatment plans and/or to provide information and make appropriate referrals to other treatment sources in the community.
    • Implement crisis or pre-crisis intervention procedures with potentially suicidal, homicidal, or severely disabled clients. Make appropriate referrals to consulting psychiatrists or inpatient psychiatric facilities to prevent further destabilization.
    • Refer to, and work closely with, appropriate community resources to assure client linkage to appropriate coordination resources and delivery of appropriate services.
    • Provide practical assistance to clients to improve their ability to cope within the community within the least restrictive setting possible (e.g. assistance with transportation, budgeting, locating housing, and/or identifying vocational training opportunities).
    • Complete concurrent documentation at time of service with clients.

 

  1. Client Information System
    • Establish appropriate professional files, including: intake evaluations, progress notes, treatment objectives and plans, previous treatment records, clients’ consent to current treatment and for exchange of information.
    • Complete required administrative forms (such as: case opening/closing, transfer, Expense Vouchers, etc.).  Collect necessary information for billing and fee collection.
    • Provide necessary client information to other agencies or health care providers to coordinate services to identified clients.
  1. Training Activities/Professional Growth
    • Supervisor and employee mutually identify professional goals to enhance job skills.
    • Participate in ongoing agency meetings, committees, and special projects to enhance professional expertise.
    • Complete all mandatory education requirements by specified deadlines.
    • Participate in required staff meetings and in-service meetings to keep abreast of agency policy and administrative procedures, meet requirements for continuing education, and upgrade professional knowledge.
  1. Consultation/Networking
    • Engage in appropriate team work functions (such as mutual support, clarification of office responsibilities and procedures) according to best professional judgment and agency policy to provide a professional working environment and effective service delivery.
    • Meet with supervisor to complete mandatory monthly clinical supervision as required by the IL Department of Human Services.
    • Develop cooperative relationships outside the agency with family, physicians, public officials or interested agencies to provide for the development of mental health services in the community.
    • Schedule to attend psychiatric consultation meetings, including treatment plan review meetings.
    • Share relevant client data with other parties sharing responsibility for treatment (e.g. supervisor, treating physician, and involved collaterals).

 

  1. Embodies the Memorial Health System Performance Excellence Standards of Safety, Courtesy, Quality, and Efficiency that support our mission, vision and values:
  1. Job Relationships
    • Communicate directly to the Director, Community Support Services for clinical supervision, crisis intervention, clarification of program procedures and policies.
    • Adhere to MHS/MBH Behavioral Standards.
  1. Other Job Responsibilities
    • Ability to accommodate evening and weekend hours when requested.
    • Performs other related work as required or requested.

 

The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents of this job.  Incumbents may be requested to perform tasks other than those specifically presented in this description

Required Experience

Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree required, in social services field, or meets the “Mental Health Professional” designation as determined by the Department of Human Services. Related experience preferred.

Licensure/Certification/Registry:

  • Must have valid IL Driver’s License, clean driving record, reliable transportation, and proof of automobile insurance.
  • Must have or obtain CPR, First Aid, and Personal Safety certifications within 45 days from date of hire.
  • Must have or obtain IM+CANS certification within 30 days of hire.
Springfield, IL

Justin Barney

Recruiter
New

Residential Advisor

Memorial Behavioral Health Center
Springfield, IL
Full-Time
Evening Shift

Provides residential-based recovery services to individuals struggling with behavioral health issues. Works with adul...

Residential Advisor

Memorial Behavioral Health Center
Springfield, IL
Tracking Code 2024-19954

Position Summary

Full-Time
Evening Shift

Provides residential-based recovery services to individuals struggling with behavioral health issues. Works with adults to help ensure daily living needs are met. Provides skill building to assist adults in the development of functional, interpersonal, and community living skills that have negatively been impacted by behavioral health issues. Helps ensure continuity of care for high-risk individuals suffering from emotional issues through direct clinical intervention, monitoring, and advocacy. Completes paperwork per agency policies and requirements of funding sources.

Embodies the Memorial Health System Performance Excellence Standards of Safety, Courtesy, Quality, and Efficiency that support our mission, vision and values.

Shift/Schedule: Thursday – Monday, 4PM – 12 AM 

*Evening premium pay applies*

Highlights & Benefits

  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Memorial Childcare
  • Mental Health Services
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Continuing Education
  • Local and National Discounts
  • Pet Insurance
  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • 401(k)
  • Life Insurance and Voluntary Benefits
  • Employee Assistance Program and Colleague Wellness
  • Adoption Assistance

Required Skills

1. Provides individual skills training in activities of daily living, including managing medications, budgeting, meal preparation, housekeeping, personal hygiene, and other areas as needed to promote independence in daily living.

2. Assists clients in meeting their recovery plan goals and promotes clients’ overall safety and well-being.

3. Supports program expectations, rules, and procedures.

4. Follows appropriate sanitary practices in food storage, meal preparation, and clean up.

5. Embodies the Memorial Health System Performance Excellence Standards of Safety, Courtesy, Quality, and Efficiency that support the mission, vision and values:

  • SAFETY: Prevent Harm – I put safety first in everything I do.  I take action to ensure the safety of others.
  • COURTESY: Serve Others – I treat others with dignity and respect. I project a professional image and positive attitude.
  • QUALITY: Improve Outcomes – I continually advance my knowledge, skills and performance. I work with others to achieve superior results.
  • EFFICIENCY: Reduce Waste – I use time and resources wisely. I prevent defects and delays.

6. Maintains adequate housekeeping standards at all times.

7. Organizes household functions and monitors and reports facility maintenance.

8. Demonstrates willingness to enhance knowledge of behavioral health, to be flexible when working with others, and to adhere to a solid work ethic when working independently.

9. Provides required number of hours of services per week to individuals within the Residential Program.

10. Completes all mandatory education requirements, including monthly clinical supervision as required by the Illinois Department of Human Services.

11. Performs other related work as required or requested.

Required Experience

Education:

  • High school diploma or GED certificate required.

Licensure/Certification/Registry:

  • Valid IL driver’s license, reliable transportation, and proof of auto insurance are required.
  • Possesses, or obtains CPR, First Aid within the first 30 days of employment.

Experience:

  • Social service experience is preferred.

Other Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Keyboarding and computer skills as required by position.
  • Interpersonal and communication skills are necessary.
  • Ability to lift twenty-five pounds or more for storing of commodities and assisting in setting up rooms.
Springfield, IL

Justin Barney

Recruiter
New

Instructor, Community Day Services

Lincoln Center for Developmental Rehab
Lincoln, IL
Full-Time
Day Shift

Performs instructional duties as assigned by program manager. Employee will adhere to the Memorial Health (MH) Code o...

Instructor, Community Day Services

Lincoln Center for Developmental Rehab
Lincoln, IL
Tracking Code 2024-20132

Position Summary

Full-Time
Day Shift

Performs instructional duties as assigned by program manager.

Employee will adhere to the Memorial Health (MH) Code of Conduct, the MH Ethics and Corporate Compliance Plan, MBH policies and procedures, as well as performance standards established by the governing board/administration and accrediting bodies.

Full-Time. Monday – Friday [08:00AM – 04:00PM]

Highlights & Benefits

  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Memorial Childcare
  • Mental Health Services
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Continuing Education
  • Local and National Discounts
  • Pet Insurance
  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • 401(k)
  • Life Insurance and Voluntary Benefits
  • Employee Assistance Program and Colleague Wellness
  • Adoption Assistance

Required Skills

  • Assist in planning and developing therapeutic activities designed to prepare clients for program participation.
  • Instruct clients in activities designed for developing good self-care, work readiness skills, socialization, behavior skills, and/or instructing and supervising clients in actual work.
  • Provide required documentation necessary to track clients’ progress.
  • Assist and participate in in-service training and staff meetings.
  •  
  • Assist in monitoring the physical needs of the program and initiate procedures for supplies needed to the Developmental Training Program Manager.
  • Complete all mandatory education requirements by specified deadlines.
  • Adhere to MHS/MBH Behavioral Standards.
  • Perform other duties as required by agency needs.

Required Experience

Education:

  • High school diploma or equivalent. 

Experience:

  • Minimum of two years of experience in working with developmentally disabled individuals in a treatment setting.

Other Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Requires knowledge of clients’ behavioral and developmental problems.
  • Requires knowledge of behavioral modification techniques.
  • Requires knowledge of rehabilitation programs, operational methods and equipment.
  • Requires the ability to teach, supervise, inspect and record.
Lincoln, IL

Justin Barney

Recruiter
New

Private Practice Counselor/Therapist

Memorial Wound Care
Springfield, IL
Full-Time
Day Shift

Provides diagnostic and therapeutic outpatient services to adults and/or children.  Plans, organizes, and provid...

Private Practice Counselor/Therapist

Memorial Wound Care
Springfield, IL
Tracking Code 2024-20565

Position Summary

Full-Time
Day Shift

Provides diagnostic and therapeutic outpatient services to adults and/or children.  Plans, organizes, and provides psychotherapeutic services to clients whose level of functioning indicates they can benefit from outpatient therapy.

Employee will adhere to the Memorial Health System (MHS) Code of Conduct, the MHS Ethics and Corporate Compliance Plan, MBH policies and procedures, as well as performance standards established by the governing board/administration and accrediting bodies.

Embodies the Memorial Health System Performance Excellence Standards of Safety, Courtesy, Quality, and Efficiency that support our mission, vision and values.

Eligible for Sign-On Bonus up to $10K

Highlights & Benefits

  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Memorial Childcare
  • Mental Health Services
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Continuing Education
  • Local and National Discounts
  • Pet Insurance
  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • 401(k)
  • Life Insurance and Voluntary Benefits
  • Employee Assistance Program and Colleague Wellness
  • Adoption Assistance

Required Skills

Direct Clinical Services

  1. Develop initial comprehensive assessment data including clients presenting problems, mental status, relevant psychiatric, medical and developmental histories to make decisions regarding diagnosis (per DSM-V), treatment objectives and ongoing treatment plans and/or to provide information and make appropriate referrals to other treatment resources in the community.
  2. Provide 25 hours of billable services per week to clients.
  3. Implement crisis or pre-crisis intervention procedures with potentially suicidal, homicidal, or severely disabled clients. Where appropriate referrals will be made to consulting psychiatrists or inpatient psychiatric facilities to prevent further destabilization.
  4. Interview collateral contacts, previous and current treatment professionals, and significant others, to further establish a database for assessment and ongoing treatment plan as needed.
  5. Clarify priority problems, goals for change, and session limits according to agency policy to assist clients in developing appropriate expectations for treatment in relationship to the agency. Use a variety of psychotherapeutic treatment approaches and interventions to change targeted behaviors and stabilize adaptive behaviors with individuals, couples and families.
  6. Manage the termination process and discharge planning to enhance clients’ abilities to retain treatment changes and/or use other available support services.
  7. May organize, plan and participate in therapy groups for clients and/or their families, as assigned.

 

Client Information System

  1. Establish appropriate professional files, including: comprehensive assessments, progress notes, treatment objectives and plans, previous treatment records, clients’ consent to current treatment and for exchange of information.
  2. Complete required administrative forms. Collect necessary information for billing and fee collection for both community mental health and private pay clients.
  3. Provide necessary client information to other agencies or health care providers to coordinate services to identified clients.
  4. May prepare necessary documents/reports for DCFS as needed.

 

Training Activities/Professional Growth

  1. Supervisor and employee mutually identify professional goals that will enhance job related skills.
  2. Participate in ongoing agency meetings, committees and special projects to enhance professional expertise.
  3. Complete mandatory education requirements by specified deadlines.
  4. Participate in required staff meetings and in-services to keep abreast of agency policy and administrative procedures, meet requirements for continuing education, and upgrade professional knowledge.

 

Consultation/Networking

  1. Engage in appropriate team work functions (such as mutual support, clarification of office responsibilities and procedures) according to best professional judgment and agency policy to provide a professional working environment and effective service delivery.
  2. Develop cooperative relationships outside the agency with family, physicians, public officials or interested agencies to provide for the development of mental health services in the community.

 

Embodies the Memorial Health System Performance Excellence Standards of Safety, Courtesy, Quality, and Efficiency that support our mission, vision and values:

  • SAFETY: Prevent Harm – I put safety first in everything I do.  I take action to ensure the safety of others.
  • COURTESY: Serve Others – I treat others with dignity and respect.  I project a professional image and positive attitude.
  • QUALITY: Improve Outcomes – I continually advance my knowledge, skills and performance.  I work with others to achieve superior results.
  • EFFICIENCY: Reduce Waste – I use time and resources wisely.  I prevent defects and delays.

Job Relationships

  • Demonstrate through initiative and apparent effort involvement in clinical supervision.
  • Communicate directly with supervisor for clarification of administrative policy, program evaluation to promote a professional working environment and effective service delivery system.
  • Adhere to MHS/MBH Behavioral Standards

 

Other Job Responsibilities

  • Ability to accommodate evening/weekend hours.
  • Perform other duties as required by agency needs.

 

The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents of this job.  Incumbents may be requested to perform tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.

Required Experience

Education:

  • Minimum Master’s in Social Work, Psychology, or Counseling required, preferably in social services field

Licensure/Certification/Registry:

  • LCPC, LCSW, or LMFT licensure required
  • Must have or obtain IM+CANS certification within 30 days of hire.

Experience:

  • Two years previous experience with SMI/SED population preferred.  Verifiable history of providing quality care to clients as indicated by references or demonstrated by internal work history.

Other Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Must have computer and keyboarding skills required by position. Must have valid IL driver’s license, reliable transportation, and proof of automobile insurance.  Must pass background checks and drug screen.  Must be comfortable documenting within two electronic health records.
Springfield, IL

Justin Barney

Recruiter
New

Patient Service Specialist - Memorial Counseling

Memorial Wound Care
Springfield, IL
Full-Time
Day Shift

Works as part of team to complete daily business office functions including billing, collecting, and interacting with...

Patient Service Specialist - Memorial Counseling

Memorial Wound Care
Springfield, IL
Tracking Code 2024-20149

Position Summary

Full-Time
Day Shift

Works as part of team to complete daily business office functions including billing, collecting, and interacting with patients.  Also responsible for answering the telephone, routing and triaging calls relative to patient urgency.  Schedules appointments and registers patients.  Embodies the Memorial Health System Performance Excellence Standards of Safety, Courtesy, Quality, and Efficiency that support our mission, vision and values.

Highlights & Benefits

  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Memorial Childcare
  • Mental Health Services
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Continuing Education
  • Local and National Discounts
  • Pet Insurance
  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • 401(k)
  • Life Insurance and Voluntary Benefits
  • Employee Assistance Program and Colleague Wellness
  • Adoption Assistance

Required Skills

  • Assists clinic in meeting goals related to quality and patient satisfaction by providing assistance, guidance, and direction to visitors and patients, in person and over the phone in a manner designed to yield a high level of patient satisfaction. Communicates patients’ needs through the tasking mechanism of the electronic health record. Accountable for achieving quality and patient satisfaction standards, including anticipating patient needs, grievances, and service recovery. 
  • Schedules, reschedules and coordinates patient appointments. Reviews new patient requests.  Appropriately triages patients in urgent/emergency situations over phone or in person.  Monitors patient flow through reception and works with team to minimize and notify patients of waits and delays.  Schedules interpreters if needed.
  • Responsible for accurate registration of patient demographics and insurance. Utilizes a variety of external websites to confirm patient’s eligibility.  Determines appropriate copay, registration conversation, and insurance to bill based on appointment type.  Collects patient financial responsibility at the time of registration, including current and past due balances   Determine and provide age appropriate documentation to be completed by each patient.  Obtains and validates proper consent for patient treatment.   
  • Assists clinic in meeting goals related to days in accounts receivable by working as part of a team responsible for several front-line billing aspects which may include but is not limited to, charge entry, charge submission, posting of payments, charge adjustments, and cash management, including bank deposits. Reviews and corrects demographics/insurance errors.  Assists in the clinic’s overall financial performance by monitoring accounts for bad debt balances, pre-payment requirements, and patient portions at the time of service, and other old balances. 
  • Responsible for several tasks related to the paper flow through office. This may include, but is not limited to; working with incoming mail and faxed correspondence.  Assists in scanning correspondence and paper medical records and conducting quality assurance and quality audits, if requested. 
  • Performs opening and close of day activities. This may include running various reports, cash management, and completing required work lists.
  • Complies with all reimbursement rules and regulations, including Corporate Compliance and HIPAA. Applies the Minimum Necessary Standard when accessing protected health information.  Complies with established clinic policies and procedures and safety standards. 
  • Manages task lists within the electronic health record.
  • Demonstrates support for and participates in accomplishing team goals and objectives.
  • Performs other related work as required or requested.

 

The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents of this job.  Incumbents may be requested to perform tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.

Required Experience

Education:

  • High school graduate or equivalent required.

Experience:

  • Previous work experience in a medical office and/or customer service position preferred.
  • Previous experience dealing directly with the public in person and on the phone preferred.
  • Computer experience and typing skills required.

Other Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills required.
  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize required.
  • Candidates must successfully pass the following assessments during the interview process in order to be further considered for this position:  Listening Skills, Data Entry, and Office Skills
Springfield, IL

Justin Barney

Recruiter
New

Graduate Level or Clinical Licensed Therapist

Taylorville Memorial Hospital
Taylorville, IL
Full-Time
Day Shift

Provides diagnostic and therapeutic outpatient services to adults and/or children.  Plans, organizes, and provid...

Graduate Level or Clinical Licensed Therapist

Taylorville Memorial Hospital
Taylorville, IL
Tracking Code 2024-20518

Position Summary

Full-Time
Day Shift

Provides diagnostic and therapeutic outpatient services to adults and/or children.  Plans, organizes, and provides psychotherapeutic services to clients whose level of functioning indicates they can benefit from outpatient therapy.

Employee will adhere to the Memorial Health System (MHS) Code of Conduct, the MHS Ethics and Corporate Compliance Plan, MBH policies and procedures, as well as performance standards established by the governing board/administration and accrediting bodies.

Embodies the Memorial Health System Performance Excellence Standards of Safety, Courtesy, Quality, and Efficiency that support our mission, vision and values.

Highlights & Benefits

  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Memorial Childcare
  • Mental Health Services
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Continuing Education
  • Local and National Discounts
  • Pet Insurance
  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • 401(k)
  • Life Insurance and Voluntary Benefits
  • Employee Assistance Program and Colleague Wellness
  • Adoption Assistance

Required Skills

Direct Clinical Services

  1. Develop initial comprehensive assessment data including clients presenting problems, mental status, relevant psychiatric, medical and developmental histories to make decisions regarding diagnosis (per DSM-V), treatment objectives and ongoing treatment plans and/or to provide information and make appropriate referrals to other treatment resources in the community.
  2. Provide 25 hours of billable services per week to clients.
  3. Implement crisis or pre-crisis intervention procedures with potentially suicidal, homicidal, or severely disabled clients. Where appropriate referrals will be made to consulting psychiatrists or inpatient psychiatric facilities to prevent further destabilization.
  4. Interview collateral contacts, previous and current treatment professionals, and significant others, to further establish a database for assessment and ongoing treatment plan as needed.
  5. Clarify priority problems, goals for change, and session limits according to agency policy to assist clients in developing appropriate expectations for treatment in relationship to the agency. Use a variety of psychotherapeutic treatment approaches and interventions to change targeted behaviors and stabilize adaptive behaviors with individuals, couples and families.
  6. Manage the termination process and discharge planning to enhance clients’ abilities to retain treatment changes and/or use other available support services.
  7. May organize, plan and participate in therapy groups for clients and/or their families, as assigned.

 

Client Information System

  1. Establish appropriate professional files, including: comprehensive assessments, progress notes, treatment objectives and plans, previous treatment records, clients’ consent to current treatment and for exchange of information.
  2. Complete required administrative forms. Collect necessary information for billing and fee collection for both community mental health and private pay clients.
  3. Provide necessary client information to other agencies or health care providers to coordinate services to identified clients.
  4. May prepare necessary documents/reports for DCFS as needed.

 

Training Activities/Professional Growth

  1. Supervisor and employee mutually identify professional goals that will enhance job related skills.
  2. Participate in ongoing agency meetings, committees and special projects to enhance professional expertise.
  3. Complete mandatory education requirements by specified deadlines.
  4. Participate in required staff meetings and in-services to keep abreast of agency policy and administrative procedures, meet requirements for continuing education, and upgrade professional knowledge.

 

Consultation/Networking

  1. Engage in appropriate team work functions (such as mutual support, clarification of office responsibilities and procedures) according to best professional judgment and agency policy to provide a professional working environment and effective service delivery.
  2. Develop cooperative relationships outside the agency with family, physicians, public officials or interested agencies to provide for the development of mental health services in the community.

 

Embodies the Memorial Health System Performance Excellence Standards of Safety, Courtesy, Quality, and Efficiency that support our mission, vision and values:

  • SAFETY: Prevent Harm – I put safety first in everything I do.  I take action to ensure the safety of others.
  • COURTESY: Serve Others – I treat others with dignity and respect.  I project a professional image and positive attitude.
  • QUALITY: Improve Outcomes – I continually advance my knowledge, skills and performance.  I work with others to achieve superior results.
  • EFFICIENCY: Reduce Waste – I use time and resources wisely.  I prevent defects and delays.

Job Relationships

  • Demonstrate through initiative and apparent effort involvement in clinical supervision.
  • Communicate directly with supervisor for clarification of administrative policy, program evaluation to promote a professional working environment and effective service delivery system.
  • Adhere to MHS/MBH Behavioral Standards

 

Other Job Responsibilities

  • Ability to accommodate evening/weekend hours.
  • Perform other duties as required by agency needs.

 

The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents of this job.  Incumbents may be requested to perform tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.

Required Experience

Education:

  • Minimum Master’s in Social Work, Psychology, or Counseling required, preferably in social services field

Licensure/Certification/Registry:

  • LCPC, LCSW, or LMFT licensure required
  • Must have or obtain IM+CANS certification within 30 days of hire.

Experience:

  • Two years previous experience with SMI/SED population preferred.  Verifiable history of providing quality care to clients as indicated by references or demonstrated by internal work history.

Other Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Must have computer and keyboarding skills required by position. Must have valid IL driver’s license, reliable transportation, and proof of automobile insurance.  Must pass background checks and drug screen.  Must be comfortable documenting within two electronic health records.
Taylorville, IL

Justin Barney

Recruiter
New

Primary Care Counselor/Therapist

Memorial Behavioral Health Center
Jacksonville, IL
Full-Time
Day Shift

A Social Worker provides diagnostic and therapeutic outpatient services to adults and/or children. Plans organizes, a...

Primary Care Counselor/Therapist

Memorial Behavioral Health Center
Jacksonville, IL
Tracking Code 2022-12364

Position Summary

Full-Time
Day Shift

A Social Worker provides diagnostic and therapeutic outpatient services to adults and/or children. Plans organizes, and provides psychotherapeutic services to clients whose level of functioning indicates they can benefit from outpatient therapy.

At Memorial Health, you’ll find that the values of Safety, Quality, Integrity and Stewardship are more than words. You’ll live by them as you ensure the best possible outcome for every patient in your care while putting safety first, seeking continuous improvement, respecting others, and promoting healthier communities.

Highlights & Benefits

  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Memorial Childcare
  • Mental Health Services
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Continuing Education
  • Local and National Discounts
  • Pet Insurance
  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • 401(k)
  • Life Insurance and Voluntary Benefits
  • Employee Assistance Program and Colleague Wellness
  • Adoption Assistance

Required Skills

Direct Clinical Services

  1. Conduct assessments of patient, including completion of the Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) depression scale and General Anxiety Screening (GAD-7).
  2. Develop initial comprehensive assessment data including patient presenting problems, mental status, relevant psychiatric, medical and developmental histories to make decisions regarding diagnosis (per DSM-V), treatment objectives and ongoing treatment plans and/or to provide information and make appropriate referrals to other treatment resources in the community.
  3. Provide 25 hours of billable services per week to patients.
  4. Consult with patient and primary care provider about treatment options and preferences; coordinate initiation of treatment plan.
  5. Monitor patient closely for changes in severity of symptoms and medication side effects. Educate patients about medication and side effects as needed. Encourage treatment adherence.
  6. Use behavioral activation techniques with patient as an adjunct to other treatments.
  7. Provide evidence-based, brief structured psychotherapy (PST-PC).
  8. Participate in regular caseload supervision with treatment team, focusing on patients improving adequately (e.g., less than 50% reduction in symptoms after 8-12 weeks in treatment).
  9. Coordinate communication between patient and primary care physician and consulting psychiatrist; provide recommendations for change in treatment plan.
  10. Document all encounters according to policies and procedures.
  11. Implement crisis or pre-crisis intervention procedures with potentially suicidal, homicidal, or severely disabled patients. Where appropriate referrals will be made to consulting psychiatrists or inpatient psychiatric facilities to prevent further destabilization.
  12. Interview collateral contacts, previous and current treatment professionals, and significant others, to further establish a database for assessment and ongoing treatment plan as needed.
  13. Clarify priority problems, goals for change, and session limits according to agency policy to assist patients in developing appropriate expectations for treatment in relationship to the agency. Use a variety of psychotherapeutic treatment approaches and interventions to change targeted behaviors and stabilize adaptive behaviors with individuals, couples and families.
  14. Manage the termination process and discharge planning to enhance patients’ abilities to retain treatment changes and/or use other available support services.
  15. May organize, plan and participate in therapy groups for patients and/or their families, as assigned.

Patient Information System

  1. Establish appropriate professional files, including: comprehensive assessments, progress notes, treatment objectives and plans, previous treatment records, patients’ consent to current treatment and for exchange of information.
  2. Complete required administrative forms. Collect necessary information for billing and fee collection for both community mental health and private pay patients.
  3. Provide necessary patient information to other agencies or health care providers to coordinate services to identified patients.
  4. May prepare necessary documents/reports for DCFS as needed.

Training Activities/Professional Growth

  1. Supervisor and employee mutually identify professional goals that will enhance job related skills.
  2. Participate in ongoing agency meetings, committees and special projects to enhance professional expertise.
  3. Complete mandatory education requirements by specified deadlines.
  4. Participate in required staff meetings and in-services to keep abreast of agency policy and administrative procedures, meet requirements for continuing education, and upgrade professional knowledge.

Consultation/Networking

  1. Engage in appropriate team work functions (such as mutual support, clarification of office responsibilities and procedures) according to best professional judgment and agency policy to provide a professional working environment and effective service delivery.
  2. Develop cooperative relationships outside the agency with family, physicians, public officials or interested agencies to provide for the development of mental health services in the community.

Job Relationships

  1. Demonstrate through initiative and apparent effort involvement in clinical supervision.
  2. Communicate directly with supervisor for clarification of administrative policy, program evaluation to promote a professional working environment and effective service delivery system.
  3. Adhere to MHS/MBH Behavioral Standards

Other Job Responsibilities

  1. Ability to accommodate evening/weekend hours.
  2. Perform other duties as required by agency needs.

 

 

The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents of this job.  Incumbents may be requested to perform tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.

Required Experience

Education:

  • Minimum Master’s in Social Work, Psychology, or Counseling required, preferably in social services field
  • Minimum age of 21

Licensure/Certification/Registry:

  • LPC or LSW required

Experience:

  • Behavioral health experience preferred.

Other Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Other Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

    Must have computer and keyboarding skills required by position. Must have valid IL driver’s license, reliable transportation, and proof of automobile insurance.  Must pass background checks and drug screen.

Jacksonville, IL

Justin Barney

Recruiter

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