- Engages in relationship building with persons served to manage symptoms and/or stressors and to increase his/her ability to remain in a current living environment or transition to another community living situation.
- Provide direct support and short term case management for assigned clients, both at a site-based location and in the community.
- Assist clients in setting and meeting IAP goals, including assistance with housing, rehabilitative goals, appointments, and other community living supports.
- Ensure that person’s served follow an individualized daily schedule of program activities and groups.
- Ensures for the cleanliness and upkeep of the program, assists in meal preparation and cleanup.
- Ensures that safety protocols are followed consistently using a non-judgmental, harm reduction approach including emergency systems, checks protocols, and safety plans.
- Complete documentation pertaining to the client record including IAP’s, service notes, outcome measures, incident reports, and any other documentation assigned.
- Assist in functional, clinical, and crisis assessment.
- Administers medications in accordance with MAP standards and trains person’s served in medication self-administration procedures.
- Maintains effective working relationships with SCFMHC campus police, DMH, other mental health providers, and local community resources throughout the Metro Boston community.
- Minimally 2 years experience working in a mental health setting.
- BA/BS preferred.
- Department of Public Health certification in medication administration is required within 60 days.
- Excellent writing and oral communication skills.
- Proficiency in word processing and other computer functions.
- Demonstrated professional communication and organizational skills.
- Candidates who already have MAP certification and able to drive their own vehicle for client visits strongly preferred.
Minimum Education Required