Intensive Case Manager and Skills Trainer
(HS Specialist I)
Adult Behavioral Health
Salary: $4042 - $5290/month ( DOE) with Excellent Benefits
Recruitment closes October 14, 2021 at 3:00 p.m.
The Intensive Case Manager and Skills Trainer
This is a regular full-time position for a Human Services Specialist I to perform a variety of tasks consistent with the experience and abilities of the individual including, but not limited to: intensive case management, skills training, group facilitation, Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS) caring contacts, as well as some community based work with high acuity clients. This position also includes assisting in quality assurance activities and participating in program planning and development. Maintenance of accurate client records and other necessary administrative tasks and related work will be required. The successful candidate will receive specialized training in CAMS. Training in this is NOT required before hire.
Health coverage - Group medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage is available for the entire family. For the 2021- 2022 plan year, the County will pay 98% of the monthly premium and employees will pay 2% ($35.78 per month) for the Base Plan. With this plan, employees are eligible for a $100 a month contribution into an HRA VEBA account. Buy-up plans are also available.
Retirement - PERS (Public Employee Retirement System) contribution is 100% employer funded, which includes both contribution to PERS pension and IAP accounts (IAP contribution is 6% of salary).
Short-Term Disability – 100% County paid.
Life insurance - $10,000 for employee/$2,000 for spouse and children – 100% County Paid.
Vacation/Sick Leave - Flexible Earned Time (FET) is a combination of vacation and sick leave. To start, employees earn 13 hours per month and future accruals increase based on years of service. After a year of service and depending on FET balance, employees may sell-back up to 40 hours of FET per year.
The successful candidate must demonstrate a working knowledge of techniques specifically related to community mental health services and the abilities to: understand the behavior of people under stress, develop cooperative relationships with clients, their families, and the community, maintain relationships with physicians, law enforcement agencies, the courts, public and private administrators, and the community in general, interpret community mental health and chemical dependency services, and prepare concise and complete clinical documentation. Additionally, they must demonstrate excellent communication skills, computer proficiency, and will be dependable, organized, self-directed, detail-oriented, and possess the ability to work in a team environment and to interact with co-workers, clients, and the public in a courteous, professional manner. This position will include telehealth, in person clinic appointments, and community-based work.
The Application Process
Please visit the Yamhill County website at www.co.yamhill.or.us/hr to download an application. You may submit your application by mail (US Postal Service), fax (503-434-7553), e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org), or hand-delivery (535 NE 5th St., McMinnville OR 97128). Please contact our Human Resources Department at 503-474-4901 if you have any questions about our application process.