Eliot Community Human Services Assistant Program Manager ACCS in Topsfield, Massachusetts
Eliot's adult community clinical services is seeking a candidate with a strong commitment to mental health recovery. The ideal person will have at a minimum, 5 years residential experience, significant supervisory experience of at least 10+ staff and an understanding of medical issues that affect the elderly.
Eliot is a leader in the Behavioral Health realm and provides an integrated and comprehensive network of services to adults with psychiatric disabilities that are evidence based, provide rehabilitation and hope to those in services. Eliot is known for our innovative clinical approach, high quality clinical training and for having the most talented people in community behavioral health services.
Manage and oversee the day to day operation and overall service delivery of assigned Group Living Environment (GLE) or Supported Independent Environments (SIE)
Coordinate and oversee all case management related services for persons served in the program.
Create a culture of hope, recovery and resiliency at the program to promote persons strengths, preferences and independence.
Ensure that each environment is recovery focused and encourages every person to achieve goals and transition to more independent living.
Promote hope and empowerment through meetings and support with persons. Empower persons to exercise autonomy in all aspects of their life.
Assist persons with identifying choices and developing skills in self-advocacy.
Participate in the Assessment process and the development of Treatment Plans. Ensure that treatment goals are culturally competent, realistic, attainable and promote recovery.
Schedule: Mon-Fri 9pm-5pm, with on call responsibilities
Experience with population: Intermediate
Computer Software Skills: Intermediate
Communication Skills: Intermediate
Administrative Tasks: Intermediate
- Bachelors or better in Psychology
Licenses & Certifications
- MA DRIVER'S LICENSE
2 years: Experience working with adults that have persistent and recurring mental illness.
Working in a residential setting