Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Wisonsin: St. Anthony School is currently looking for a School Counselor for our High School Campus

St. Anthony School is currently looking for a School Counselor for our High School Campus. This individual must be responsible for supporting and assisting the classroom teachers in daily classroom activities by performing the following duties: 
  1. Responsible for being a Ministry of presence.
  1. Maintains a presence at activities which will allow for interaction, observation and trust building with students, primarily Hispanic Club and Campus Ministry. 
  1. Performs one on one meetings requested by students. 
  1. Establishes policies and procedures for meeting during class time and communicates this to staff, students and parents.
  1. Attends in a timely manner those persons who request this service. 
  1. Maintains confidentiality and respects norms of mandatory reporting. 
  1. Refers students to professional counseling service or care provider. 
  1. Performs meetings requested by parents or referrals by staff. 
  1. Establishes a procedure and communicates it to staff and parents. 
  1. Detects areas of formation that affect students’ well-being, self-knowledge and development, especially in the area of chastity and life skills including coping and relationships. 
  1. Observes and interacts with students. 
  1. Requests staff insight and open lines of communication while maintaining student or parent confidentiality. 
  1. Responsible for proposing activities to insert into existing after school programs or possibly new club, conferences, periodic workshops and visits. 
  1. Investigates and begins offering counseling when requested by High School students on post High School options including college, technical school or work options. 
  1. Meets with admission offices to obtain procedural information.
  2. Investigates community mentoring or internship programs and makes connections. 
  1. Makes a list of referrals, updates and improves given feedback from professional counselors, social service and Church agencies. 
  1. Provides information upon request. 
  1. Collects materials and resources. 
  1. Investigates and attends pertinent courses and conferences. 
  1. Keeps a log of hours spent per area of responsibility and reports this to Director. 
  1. Responsible for having periodic meetings with Director for consultation and reporting. 
  1. Attends selected staff meetings and teacher training sessions in order to work according to school policy and to establish open lines of communication and team work with staff.


Staff Clinician/Coordinator, Professional Relations/Education

Florida Gulf Coast University Portal | Staff Clinician/Coordinator, Professional Relations/Education

The Staff Clinician/Coordinator, Professional Relations/Education provides clinical services to students including intake, ongoing counseling/psychotherapy, case management, walk-in assessment/triage, group therapy, and on-call and crisis intervention. Provides mental health screenings and works collaboratively with the training director to provide initial and continued training of graduate students at Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). Represents CAPS through consultation and through developing and presenting education and outreach programs.

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Florida Gulf Coast University Portal | Peer Education Assistant (OPS)

The Peer Education Assistant supports the Peers CARE Education program within the Office of Prevention and Wellness Services.

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FGCU: Parent Program Assistant (OPS)

The Parent Program Assistant will assist with administrative preparation for 2-day programs for FTIC students and their families and 1-day programs for transfer students and their families, which occur in the spring and summer.

Required Qualifications
Must have a minimum 2.50 GPA and be in good conduct standing with the University and New Student Programs.

Keen interest in a challenging position.

Enthusiasm for learning about Florida Gulf Coast University.

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Behavioral Health Care Manager Job

Full Job Title: Behavioral Health Care Manager - Ft. Myers
Job Number: 1803468

Location: Fort Myers, FL

Conducts comprehensive member psychosocial assessments through root cause analysis and performs clinical intervention through the development of a care management treatment plan specific to each member with high level acuity needs. Manages members with severe mental illness who have high rates of behavioral health utilization and/or severe psychosocial vulnerability. Assess members to recommend activities and behavioral routines to meet the social and medical needs of members and their families. Provides support and/or intervention and assists members in understanding the implications and complexities of their current medical situation and/or overall personal care.

Essential Functions:
  • Assesses, plans, implements, monitors and evaluates options and services to meet complex psychosocial health needs of inpatient and outpatient members. Manages a caseload in compliance with contractual obligations and WellCare standards.
  • Conducts comprehensive member assessments through root cause analysis based on referred member's needs and benefit plan eligibility, and performs clinical intervention through the development of a care management treatment plan specific to each member with high level acuity needs.
  • Manages members with severe mental illness who have high rates of behavioral health utilization and/or severe psychosocial vulnerability. Works towards achievement of optimal clinical and resource outcomes.
  • Monitors and evaluates effectiveness of care plan and modifies plan as needed. Supports member access to appropriate quality and cost effective care. Coordinates with internal and external resources to meet identified needs of the member's care plan and collaborates with providers.
  • Acts as a liaison and member advocate between the member/family, physician and facilities/agencies. Provides clinical consultation to physicians, professional staff and other teams members/supervisors to provide optimal quality patient care and effective operations.
  • Interacts continuously with members, family, physician(s), and other resources to determine appropriate behavioral action needed to address medical needs. Reviews benefits options, researches community resources, trains/creates behavioral routines and enables members to be active participants in their own healthcare.
  • Ensures members are engaging with their PCP to complete their care management treatment plan or preventive care services.
  • Assists in obtaining benefits for members through community resources when benefits are exhausted or not available.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Human Services Administrator - NJCC CPT-Medical

The Broward County Board of County Commissioners is seeking qualified candidates for the position of: Human Services Administrator, Nancy J. Cotterman Center

General Description
The purpose of this class within the organization is to coordinate social/human services within a large geographic area of Broward County and manage multi-service regional human services facility/facilities.
This class works independently, under limited supervision, reporting major activities through periodic meetings.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements: 
Requires a Master's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in business, health or public administration, social sciences, human services, or closely related field.

Requires four (4) years progressively responsible administrative experience in child welfare, rape crisis, or the provision of social services to children and families including at least two (2) years of supervisory and/or social service program administration experience.
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Benefit Screening of American Exploitation