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If you’re interested in applying for this position, please submit your resume to [email protected]. No phone calls please.

Job Summary

This Director level position has the opportunity to develop, launch and grow a Behavioral Health Intensive Outpatient Program for adolescents, hire and supervise a team of IOP clinicians, and coordinate care with outpatient clinicians at The Josselyn Center.

Essential Responsibilities and Metrics
  • Develop and implement IOP program material and curriculum
  • Hire and provide clinical supervision to all clinical IOP Staff
  • Provide information about program to potential referral sources
  • Ensure that all adolescent IOP  program activities are aligned with Josselyn values
  • Provide individual, family and group therapy
  • Coordinate care and supervise staff in care coordination with clients’ outside providers to ensure continuity of care
  • Communicate and supervise staff to communicate with clients’ home school
  • Manage weekly schedules for staff and clients
  • Complete IMCANS assessments to determine appropriate level of care
  • Monitor clients progress and help create aftercare plans
  • Document all services in CIS, and supervise staff in appropriate CIS documentation
  • Assist with  Insurance needs of clients and collaborate with billing team regarding any prior authorizations
  • Monitor program compliance with accreditation bodies
  • Participate in agency committees
Josselyn Behavioral Competencies
  • Communication: Conveys messages clearly, effectively and concisely both verbally and in writing; listens carefully; uses appropriate language, tone and style.
  • Team Player: Works collaboratively and respectfully with team members; builds constructive relationships across departments; values differences
  • Dependable: Demonstrates reliability, accountability and dependability; can be counted on to do what he or she says will be done; is trustworthy.
  • Adapts to Change: Able to change actions, course and/or approach to doing things to suit a new situation; has flexibility to change; is adaptable.
Qualifications

  • Licensed Psychologist or LCSW/LCPC Required
  • 3-5 years of clinical and  supervisory experience in working with adolescent population
  • Extensive knowledge of evidenced based group therapies including CBT, DBT, ERP, ACT
  • Experience managing clients in crisis
  • Program development experience
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills

If you’re interested in applying for this position, please submit your resume to [email protected]. No phone calls please.

Position Summary:

The clinician is responsible for clinical services provided to children, adolescents and/or adults, as assigned.  The clinician is held accountable for all related clinical, administrative, and Quality and Compliance responsibilities.

Qualifications:

  • Clinically related graduate degree
  • Three professional references that reflect ability to perform clinical work
  • Achieved licensure at highest possible level

Employment Requirements:

  • Malpractice Insurance
  • ADA Considerations:
  • Ability to read, write and speak English
  • Physical Requirements
  • Strength not a requirement
  • Manual Dexterity not a requirement
  • Visual Discrimination not a requirement
  • Hearing ability for normal sounds
  • Mental Requirements include demonstrating good judgment and ability to organize data and anticipate scheduling issues
  • No Environmental Requirements
  • Occasional travel may be required so must be able to drive and hold valid driver’s license
  • OSHA Category for Blood Bourne Pathogens Exposure

Clinical Responsibilities:

Provides Therapy, Counseling and Crisis Intervention to Clients and their Families (Provides high-quality service and maintains direct service hours per month of 60% for advanced clinicians and 56% for others).

Creates IMCANS (IATP) Assessment (Completes IATP within 30 days of initial meeting with client, modifies and reviews as needed, updates and records IATP in CIS as needed and ensures updates are completed prior to six months due date).

  • Case management
  • Client centered consultation with community providers
  • Attendance and participation at clinical presentations
  • Use of supervision or consultation when required or needed

Quality and Compliance Responsibilities:

  • All Progress Notes will be entered into the medical record as soon as possible but in no more than three business days of the date of service
  • Provide timely completion of Level of Care Utilization System (LOCUS) (for adults)
  • Provide timely completion of Columbia and Ohio Scales (for children)
  • Compliance with all Policy and Procedures
  • Maintain productivity goals as determined by supervisor

Administrative Responsibilities:

  • Keep weekly schedule current
  • Be responsive to the business office regarding client fees/payments
  • Complete requests time off in a timely through the Program Director
  • Participate in Accreditation and Certification processes as directed
  • Participate in Committee Work as directed
  • Participate in Strategic Planning as appropriate
  • Participate in Community Related Services as appropriate
  • Represent the agency with integrity
  • Provide clinical supervision to student intern

If you’re interested in applying for this position, please submit your resume to [email protected]. No phone calls please.

Position Summary:

The Therapist is responsible for clinical services provided to children, adolescents and/or adults, as assigned.  The clinician is held accountable for all related clinical, administrative, and Quality and Compliance responsibilities.

Qualifications:

  • Clinically related graduate degree, LCPC, LCSW required
  • Three professional references that reflect ability to perform clinical work
  • 2 Year of post Master’s degree experience required.

Employment Requirements:

  • Malpractice Insurance
  • ADA Considerations:
  • Ability to read, write and speak English
  • Physical Requirements
  • Strength not a requirement
  • Manual Dexterity not a requirement
  • Visual Discrimination not a requirement
  • Hearing ability for normal sounds
  • Mental Requirements include demonstrating good judgment and ability to organize data and anticipate scheduling issues
  • No Environmental Requirements
  • Occasional travel may be required so must be able to drive and hold valid driver’s license
  • OSHA Category for Blood Bourne Pathogens Exposure

Clinical Responsibilities:

Provides Therapy, Counseling and Crisis Intervention to Clients and their Families (Provides high-quality service and maintains direct service hours per month of 60% for advanced clinicians and 56% for others).

Creates IMCANS (IATP) Assessment (Completes IATP within 30 days of initial meeting with client, modifies and reviews as needed, updates and records IATP in CIS as needed and ensures updates are completed prior to six months due date).

  • Case management
  • Client centered consultation with community providers
  • Attendance and participation at clinical presentations
  • Use of supervision or consultation when required or needed
  • Supervise interns

Quality and Compliance Responsibilities:

  • All Progress Notes will be entered into the medical record as soon as possible but in no more than three business days of the date of service
  • Provide timely completion of Level of Care Utilization System (LOCUS) (for adults)
  • Provide timely completion of Columbia and Ohio Scales (for children)
  • Compliance with all Policy and Procedures
  • Maintain productivity goals as determined by supervisor

Administrative Responsibilities:

  • Keep weekly schedule current
  • Be responsive to the business office regarding client fees/payments
  • Complete requests time off in a timely through the Program Director
  • Participate in Accreditation and Certification processes as directed
  • Participate in Committee Work as directed
  • Participate in Strategic Planning as appropriate
  • Participate in Community Related Services as appropriate
  • Represent the agency with integrity
  • Provide clinical supervision to student internsubmit yo

If you’re interested in applying for this position, please submit your resume to [email protected]. No phone calls please.

Job Summary

 

The Psychiatric Services Manager is responsible for the oversight of the Psychiatric Services Team.

 

Essential Responsibilities and Metrics
  • Oversee and directly perform as needed, all departmental operational functions including: staffing, client scheduling, refill request review, and other duties as required by department
  • Manage the overall clinical operations of psychiatric services including maintaining policies, assessing competencies, procuring equipment, productivity, monitoring quality and establishing improvement plans based on current best practice
  • Provide effective interdisciplinary and interdepartmental communication, collaboration, and assurance of service coordination
  • Establish effective work priorities, methods, and project flow to meet departmental needs and goals
  • Provide leadership to team and individuals encouraging practices that ensure best client, team, and organizational outcomes
  • Assist in creating an environment that embodies compromise, cooperation, and responsiveness to client needs
Josselyn Behavioral Competencies
  • Communication: Conveys messages clearly, effectively and concisely both verbally and in writing; listens carefully; uses appropriate language, tone and style.
  • Team Player: Works collaboratively and respectfully with team members; builds constructive relationships across departments; values differences
  • Dependable: Demonstrates reliability, accountability and dependability; can be counted on to do what he or she says will be done; is trustworthy.
  • Adapts to Change: Able to change actions, course and/or approach to doing things to suit a new situation; has flexibility to change; is adaptable.
  • Leadership: Establishes vision and direction for his or her area; manages staff and resources to meet goals; is approachable and fosters a climate of respect; provides coaching, feedback and corrective action when needed.
Qualifications

 

  • Minimum requirement of Associate’s degree in Nursing or equivalent. Possession of Bachelor’s in nursing preferred.
  • Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in Illinois required
  • Minimum three years’ experience as a psychiatric nurse, providing clinical services and medical case coordination, providing services to people with serious mental illness, preferably in a community mental health setting
  • Knowledge and experience in leadership and supervisory roles preferred
  • Ability to work as part of a team of professionals in a public mental health setting required
  • Valid Illinois driver’s license requiredIf you’re interested in applying for this position, please submit your resume to [email protected]. No phone calls please.

If you’re interested in applying for this position, please submit your resume to [email protected]. No phone calls please.

Job Summary

The Behavioral Health Care Coordinator is responsible for overall introductions and coordination of care between partnering facility and the Josselyn Center’s services, including: intake, assessment, case management, therapy and psychiatric evaluation, medication monitoring, and supported employment.

Essential responsibilities and metrics
  • Provide daily proactive outreach and care coordination between assigned partner facility and The Josselyn Center’s services
  • Support and closely coordinate behavioral health treatment
  • Track client follow-up, treatment adherence and clinical outcomes. Document client encounters and re-engage clients who are not participating in their treatment.
  • Develop, modify and review treatment plans
  • Achieve metrics established to avoid client hospitalizations
  • Daily communication and/or visits to assigned
  • Provide counseling and/or case management for highest acuity clients
  • Crisis intervention
  • Coordinate with clinical staff to monitor ongoing treatment for all clients referred by partner agency
  • Client centered consultation with community providers
  • Attendance and participation at clinical presentations and staff meetings
  • Use of supervision or consultation when required or needed
JOSSELYN BEHAVIORAL COMPETENCIES
  • Communication: Conveys messages clearly, effectively and concisely both verbally and in writing; listens carefully; uses appropriate language, tone and style.
  • Team Player: Works collaboratively and respectfully with team members; builds constructive relationships across departments; values differences
  • Dependable: Demonstrates reliability, accountability and dependability; can be counted on to do what he or she says will be done; is trustworthy.
  • Adapts to Change: Able to change actions, course and/or approach to doing things to suit a new situation; has flexibility to change; is adaptable.
Qualifications
  • Master’s level Health Professional
  • LCSW/LCPC Preferred and/or a minimum of 2 years related experience, specifically in crisis care setting
  • Three professional references that reflect ability to perform clinical work
  • Displays high energy, empathy and organizational skills on a daily basis
  • Work flexible schedules, including nights and weekends when necessary
  • Experience supporting underserved, transient populations with high behavioral health care needs and co-occurring physical health challenges.
  • Experience identifying and evaluating behavioral health disorders.
  • Fluent English/Spanish preferred

If you’re interested in applying for this position, please submit your resume to [email protected]. No phone calls please.

We are actively seeking additional Volunteer Psychiatrists to donate their time and expertise.

These heroes donate four hours a month seeing clients at our Northfield office. They allow us to provide mental health services to additional low-income or uninsured clients each year.

We truly cannot do it without you! We are so grateful for your gift of time and talent!

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