Posting: Mental Health Court/Jail Diversion Client Services Manager - Monroe Community Mental Health Authority

July 25, 2022


MONROE COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH AUTHORITY

JOB DESCRIPTION: Mental Health Court/Jail Diversion Client Services Manager

DEPARTMENT: Clinical Services

REPORTS TO: Community Liaison

APPROVED BY:  Chief Clinical Officer

SALARY CLASSIFICATION: B.A. - 7,  M.A. - 9


Summary:

This position is responsible for providing case management services to adults determined to have a serious and persistent mental illness which impedes adequate functioning in one or more of the following areas:  school, work, community, family, and interpersonal relationships and are at risk of incarceration.  Targeted consumers for case management services include individuals who have been identified by law enforcement as at risk for incarceration; or are enrolled in the Monroe County Mental Health Recovery Court (MCMHRC) program; or are post incarceration and are identified as at risk for community reintegration.  This is a 1 year grant position that works closely with the MCMHRC team and community service(s) providers to services which facilitate the consumer’s successful completion of the program.  Additional case management duties may be assigned to complete full-time workload.  


JOB REQUIREMENTS:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skills, minimum education, training, licensure, experience, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


Education, Training and Licensing Credentials:

This is a Masters level position and a degree in social work or psychology is preferred.  Bachelor level candidates with job specific experience may be considered.  Appropriate MI licensure as a LMSW, LBSW, LLMSW, LLBSW, TLLP, LLP, or LPC is required.  One year experience working with adults with serious mental illness is required; two years is preferred. A minimum of one year court experience; knowledge of court process is preferred.   Full licensure and SUD credentialing preferred. 


Other Competencies and Abilities:

Ability to work in a complex, detail-oriented, deadline structured busy organization. The following physical and mental abilities are required:  frequent lifting or carrying up to 15 pounds, must be able to hear, frequent standing/walking going up and down stairs due to community outreach basis, ability to communicate effectively in person and/or phone, the ability to read, analyze and interpret information, ability to write reports, correspondence and procedures, ability to maintain consumer charts/records, ability to remain impartial during investigative procedures, ability to solve practical problems, ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions, ability to influence others, and the ability to conduct patient assessments and treatment.  Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office, Word and such other applications if/when required.  Ability to be trained and successfully complete other computer training as required. Valid driver’s license, proof of current automobile insurance and driving record determined by the Authority’s insurance carrier to be eligible for coverage if required as part of positions duties.


Contact: 

Sarah Maniaci

HR Specialist

1001 S. Raisinville Road

Monroe, MI 48161

Phone: 734-384-0391

Email: smaniaci@monroecmha.org


 

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