Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community

Scottsdale, Arizona, United States

Day Treatment Coordinator

Posted over 1 month ago · Full time

Job Description

Definition

Under supervision of the BHS Program Manager plans, organizes, and directs the activities of the Behavioral Health Day Treatment Program in providing clinical therapeutic services to an adult population composed of substance-abusing, SMI, dual-diagnosed and/or referred persons. F acilitating day-to-day treatment activities, coordinating clinical team in service delivery, and managing adjunct services as appropriate. Transports clients as needed. This job class is treated as FLSA Non-Exempt.

Essential Functions : Essential functions may vary among positions and may include the following tasks, knowledge, abilities, skills, and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY and is not intended to be a comprehensive listing of tasks performed by all positions in this classification.

Examples of Tasks
  • Referring to the Program Manager or Director on matters requiring clarification, interpretation, or exception to policy or budget; oversees program financial administration; monitors budget expenses up to authorized dollar amounts; ensures that all funds, physical assets, and other property of the organization are appropriately safeguarded and administered.
  • Coordinates transportation via AHCCCS transportation services, HHS transportation, and or drives vehicle to transport clients to appointments or other authorized destinations.
  • Works with BHS Case Management team members as appropriate.
  • Works with treatment providers to confirm scheduling of clinical services.
  • Provides day to day supervision of BHS/BHT intern in collaboration with Program Manager.
  • Acts as program liaison for partnered agencies [Senior Services, Clinic, Fitness, etc.]
  • Coordinates all program treatment activities, including arts and crafts, social skills development, physical exercise, or substance abuse education.
  • Manages lunch and snacks; supervises lunch services at designated program location, prepares lunch and snacks as required.
  • Coordinates weekly case staffing or staff meetings. Maintains program roster and prepares for clinical team distribution. Discusses issues or cases that require additional input and planning. Provides alternative solutions to issues to ensure the greatest benefits for clients in accomplishing the client goals. Provides updates on the status of clients in long-term residential treatment to clinical staff. Completes follow-up coordination of care to support clinical recommendations.
  • Serves as communicator and facilitator between individuals, families, clinical staff, other community health/behavioral heat personnel, contract providers and state agencies to ensure continuity of care between providers. Monitors clients' compliance with prescribed treatment plan, including making reports to physician on psychotropic medical treatments.
  • Provides support and assistance to family members in dealing and coping with clients' illness, difficulty, mental/substance abuse problem, etc.
  • Provides monthly reports regarding [attendance tracking, budget, adherence to clinical treatment objectives and goals, activity planning]
  • Maintains the Day Treatment monthly schedule(s).
  • Directs program services; coordinates services across multiple systems; ensures that services are provided in accordance with current applicable regulations and standards.
  • Conducts assessments or screenings with clients to evaluate the nature of their presenting problems in order to determine their needs and develop appropriate treatment plan goals.


  • Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Other Characteristics :
    • Knowledge of the needs of families within the SRPMIC.
    • Knowledge of tribal and state resources for housing, RBHA SMI services, AHCCCS, vocational rehabilitation, behavioral health, substance use and other supportive services.
    • Knowledge of and able to apply HIPAA privacy standards.
    • Knowledge of the basic concepts of case management.
    • Knowledge of the uses and side effects of psychotropic medications.
    • Knowledge of behavioral problems and serious, often chronic, mental illness and substance use disorders.


    • Skill in effective and clear communication.
    • Skill in interviewing and assessing client needs under stressful situations.
    • Skill in effective use of computer and other office equipment.


    • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
    • Ability to establish and maintain accurate record keeping systems and procedures, including computerized record keeping.
    • Ability to make home visits and provide alternative solutions for family services needed.
    • Ability to drive various SPRMIC vehicles.
    • Ability to work with a variety of staff members in a team approach to service delivery

    Minimum Qualifications

    Education & Experience: Bachelor's degree in Counseling, Social Work, Psychology or closely related area and experience equivalent to three(3)years full-time in social services field or with community outreach work. In lieu of the Bachelor's degree, candidates with an Associate's degree in a related field and experience equivalent to five (5) years full-time professional level experience in social services, community outreach or a rehabilitation treatment setting will be acceptable.

    Equivalency: Any equivalent combination of education and/or experience that would allow the candidate to satisfactorily perform the duties of this position, will be considered.

    Underfill Eligibility: An enrolled Community Member whom closely qualifies for the minimum qualifications for a position may be considered for employment under SRPMIC Policy 2-19, Underfill.

    Special Requirements

    Special Requirements: May be required to work beyond normal work hours including nights, weekends and holidays.

    • Employees in, and applicants applying for, jobs providing direct services to children are subject to the "Community Code of Ordinances", Chapter 11, "Minors", Article X. "Investigation of Persons Working With Children".


    "SRPMIC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer" Preference will be given to a qualified Community Member, then a qualified Native American and then other qualified candidate.

    In order to obtain consideration for Community member/Native American preference, applicant must submit a copy of Tribal Enrollment card or CIB which indicates enrollment in a Federally Recognized Native American Tribe by one of the following methods:

    1) attach to application

    2) fax (480) 362-5860

    3) mail or hand deliver to Human Resources.

    Documentation must be received by position closing date.
    The IHS/BIA Form-4432 is not accepted .
    Your Tribal ID/CIB must be submitted to HR-Recruitment-Two Waters.
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