The positions described below are representative of jobs typically available at The Consortium. To apply send your resume with a cover letter:
Updated July 8, 2016
Provide direct psychiatric services; comprehensive evaluation, diagnosis and treatment planning of patients including medication management to individuals with co-occurring psychiatric and substance use disorders. The candidate must be licensed prescribe medications in PA and meet eligibility as a Medicare and
Qualifications: MD or DO Degree; Board Certified, Liability Insurance according to State regulations and DEA Certification required. FBI, Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearances
Mental Health Professional (LCSW)
Completes assessments, treatment plans, progress notes, discharges and other clinical and administrative
documents in accordance with agency standards, manage care and licensing requirements. Provides
crisis management in consultation with supervisor, psychiatrists and/or treatment team as required. Attends
and participate in scheduled case conferences and staff meetings. Makes referrals to other Consortium services, outside agencies or support networks. Follows-up on referrals to ensure continuity of care.
Qualifications: Master’s degree in Social Services with four years related services. LCSW required. Experience working with individuals with co-occurring disorders (MH/MR or MH/DA).
SEEDS OF HOPE
Provides administrative and clinical supervision to team leaders and staff within the entire program to build a continuum of service between the service programs to best meet the needs of the individuals served. Will ensure high quality services in concert with agency mission, goals and financial constraints. Assists in the identification of productivity levels and manages budgets revenue suspense and rejections. Completes reviews and assesses chart documentation and assesses operational practices and develops strategies to improve work and operational functions in collaboration with staff as indicated.
Qualifications: Master’s degree in a health related field, five years of clinical and administrative leadership skills and five years of supervisory experience. Strong analytical and problem solving skills. Assessment and triage skills required. Child Abuse, PA Criminal History and FBI clearances required.
CHILDREN’S OUTPATIENT SERVICES
Receptionist (PT Evening)
Under limited supervision, perform various support tasks and light administrative work for the department to include answering the main switchboard, greeting clients and visitors, registration of clients, take referrals, schedule appointments, light typing (as needed), maintain updates for the department directory and other duties as related to the overall enhancement of the program.
Qualifications: High school graduate, three years experience of working a switchboard and three years of customer services. Possess some knowledge of Microsoft Office and able to type 20-25wpm; with good proof reading ability. Must have excellent organizational skills and able to multitasks.
This position will facilitate individual plan development, local providers, coordinate and monitor the provision of services and supports per individual plans, with the ultimate goal of a successful integration of the individual into the community. Perform consistent contact with the individuals and family, identifies individual needs; vocational, social, emotional, psychological, residential, cultural, legal and environmental, using a person-centered process. Maintain accurate services notes in HCSIS as required to meet Agency, Local, State and Federal mandates.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree from a four-year accredited college or university; must have at least 12 credits in the Social Sciences, at least one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience required. FBI clearance, Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearance required.
FUNCTIONAL FAMILY THERAPY
Provide intensive Family Therapy to families with adolescent children using the FFT model. Works with the entire family to create change and help increase positive behaviors. Manage FFT caseload on a weekly basis including face-to-face sessions in the home as well as research data, CSS web based system of assessment and progress notes. Qualifications: Master’s degree in Counseling/Clinical Psychology, Social Work and/or related field is required, 2yrs clinical background in counseling and family therapy preferred. Knowledge of Microsoft office, excellent verbal and written communication skills and knowledge of managed system care a plus. Excellent people skills, able to work independently, must have reliable transportation.
Provides a variety of tasks designed to effect the lasting rehabilitation of adolescents who are chemically dependent. These tasks include, but not limited to, completion of evaluations of the individuals and their families, individual counseling, group work and support of ancillary activities. Will assist individuals in maintaining lifestyles that are free of illicit substances and addictive agents.
Qualifications: Master’s degree in Human Services, psychology, social work or related fields or Bachelor’s degree with major in chemical dependency or related field and on year clinical experience. FBI, Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearances required.
Provides drug and alcohol treatment and case management services to individuals presenting with an addiction and/or co-occurring disorder. Provides individual and group counseling services to assigned individuals on a daily basis. Attends and participates in case conferences. Assists individual’s need for methadone dose and adjustment with member; communicates the outcome to nurses or physicians as needed.
Qualifications: Master’s degree preferred; two years paid related experience and/or training; equivalent combination of education and experience. FBI, Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearances required.