The positions described below are representative of jobs typically available at The Consortium. To apply send your resume with a cover letter:
Updated October 14, 2016
Mental Health Professional (LCSW or LPC)
Completes assessments, treatment plans, progress notes, discharges and other clinical and administrative
documents in accordance with agency standards, manage care and licensing requirements. Provide crisis management in consultation with supervisor, psychiatrists and/or treatment team as required. Attends and participate in scheduled case conferences and staff meetings. Make referrals to other Consortium services, outside agencies and support networks.
Qualifications: Master's degree in Social Services with four years related services. Experience working with individuals with co-occurring disorders (MH/MR or MH/DA). Must have LCSW or LPC. Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearances required.
Adult Targeted Case Management
Intensive Case Manager Supervisor
Supervision of the Intensive Case Management team and ICM Assistant. To include supervision of client care, responsibility for the team production and implementation of administrative policy. Will provide field supervision to ensure quality service and compliance with standards, support, assistance and training to staff. Reports program concerns and incidents to the director, collects data, monitor and meets deadlines for all required reports and meetings.
Qualifications: Masters degree or equivalent; or four to ten years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education. Strong leadership and organizational skills. Must be able to drive within the region 40% of the time. Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearances required.
Children's Blended Case Management
Intensive Case Manager
Evaluates chronically mentally ill children needs and determines or refers them to appropriate resources. Complete the registration process for DBH referrals and all necessary documentation within the required timeframe. Identifies community resources and facilitates linkages with psychiatric, social, vocational, medical, housing, recreational, recreational, and forensic and drug/alcohol systems for the coordination of services to meet the individual and family needs.
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required in Social Work, Human Services, Counseling or Psychology. Two years of MH direct care experience preferred, valid driver's license and a vehicle is required. FBI, Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearances are required.
Mental Health Professional (LCSW or LPC)
Provide therapeutic counseling to participants and their families within outpatient settings, on a daily basis. Will function as liaison to placement agencies, schools and foster homes on behalf of agency. Responsible for completion of required documentation and maintenance of clinical records including treatment planning, updates, progress notes and discharges etc., in accordance with accreditation and licensing standards, manage care expectations and agency policy and procedures.
Qualifications: Masters Degree in Human Services with two years of clinical experience in biopsychosocial assessments and intakes. Must have LCSW or LPC. Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearances required.
Provides group, individual therapy and case management services to eligible children and their family
members. Will create treatment plans, progress notes per activity and/or reports as required and identify
community resources to meet consumer's needs. Also assist families in caring for deaf or hard of hearing
children or adolescents with emotional problems.
Qualifications: Bachelors degree or equivalent; three to five
years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Fluent in
American Sign Language (ASL) and knowledge of deaf culture needed for assignment to Deaf Team. Valid
driver's license, FBI clearance, Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearances required.
Responsible for development and implementation of all therapeutic strategies in accordance with the Family
based model, providing guidance and structure to actively support the child and/or families with achieving
their treatment plan goals. The Counselor II will work closely with program manager to assist with family
treatment and review cases for prevention and intervention of a crisis nature. Also assist families in caring for
deaf or hard of hearing children or adolescents with emotional problems.
Qualifications: Master's degree in
Human Services, three years of experience working with children/adults in a therapeutic setting, strong
analytical and problem solving skills required. Fluent in American Sign Language (ASL) and knowledge of
deaf culture needed for assignment to Deaf Team. Valid driver's license, FBI clearance, Child Abuse and PA
Criminal History clearances 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.
Provide direct psychiatric services including comprehensive evaluation, diagnosis, medication management and treatment planning for patients with co- occurring psychiatric and substance use disorders.
The candidate must be licensed prescribe medications in PA and meet eligibility as a Medicare and Magellan Participant.
Qualifications: MD or DO Degree; Board Certified/Eligible, Liability Insurance according to regulations, and DEA Certification. 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
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
Mental Health Assistants
Provides supportive services to individuals living in a residential setting; teaches and monitors independent living skills needed to accomplish goals tailored with the individual's input. Monitors and document residents with self-medicating practices; assists residents according to their individual medication service plan Completes all required paper work, including daily progress notes, room checks, medication logs and other documentation as assigned.
Qualifications: High School diploma with two years experience working within a
mental health residential setting and excellent people skills; resolution orientated. Valid driver's license and acceptable driving record and current CPR and First Aid certification required. FBI, Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearances required.
Provides administrative/clinical assistance and ensure compliance with federal, state, local and agency requirements. Will oversee the scheduling of psychological reports, tracks when completed and distributes appropriately. MRS liaison for re-certification and financial re-determinations, maintains all waiver files to ensure all documents.
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.
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