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Crisis Specialist - (Associate or Licensed)– Multiple Positions

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San Rafael, CA
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Publicado hace 22 días

County of Marin

If you are looking for rewarding recovery-focused work, within Behavioral Health at Marin County with a supportive, dedicated and integrated, then please apply for a Crisis Specialist position!

Crisis Specialist: $81,473.60 - $98,134.40 Annually

Licensed Crisis Specialist: $86,736.00 - $104,416.00 Annually


We have Crisis (associate or licensed) positions (Regular and Extra-Hire) available. Please read about the programs with vacancies below:


CRISIS STABILIZATION UNIT:  

Vacancies: There are currently part-time and full-time positions on the overnight shift.


Work Schedule: The anticipated schedule is for night shifts (11:30PM – 8AM). The positions require weekend night shifts. Shift differentials are paid for certain assignments.


There are multiple positions available on the night shift which may be filled at a 0.6 to 1.0 level based on business needs.


0.6 (24 hours a week)

0.8 (32 hours a week)

0.9 (36 hours a week)

1.0 (40 hours a week)


The crisis specialists provide psychiatric assessment to clients in an outpatient Crisis Stabilization Unit, most of whom are held under W&I code 5150. The crisis specialist is responsible for assessing the mental status of clients, determining whether they meet criteria for involuntary observation and treatment (as a danger to self or others, or as gravely disabled). With information derived from a clinical interview, nursing report, case history, and collateral information the crisis specialist writes a semi-structured report, develops and then implements a treatment plan for clients under their care.


JAIL MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES: 

Vacancies: There is currently one (1 FTE (40 hours a week)) fixed term position (ending on 6/30/2023).

The crisis specialists provide psychiatric assessment to clients in a correctional institution. They are responsible for conducting crisis and mental health assessments of inmate patients, either at time of booking or at any point during their incarceration. Evaluations and treatment can include brief psychotherapeutic interventions, medication management, crisis intervention, and 5150 evaluations. With information derived from a clinical interview, nursing and deputy reports, case history, and collateral information, including the reason for their arrest and incarceration, the Crisis Specialist/Licensed Crisis Specialist writes a semi-structured report, develops and then implements a treatment plan for clients under their care including making referrals to appropriate disciplines and agencies (at discharge) based on the indicated need.

The fixed term position is initially funded up to 6/30/2023. Please note, the position may end prior to 6/30/2023 if funding ceases or the work is complete. In addition, the position may continue after 6/30/2023 if funding is renewed or extended. Per PMR 48.2, fixed term employees are not subject to Reduction in Force rights at the completion of the term. 


MOBILE CRISIS CONTINUUM:  

Vacancies: There are no vacancies at this time. However, we will continue to update the job posting when vacancies arise within the Crisis Continuum. 


The positions will report to the Unit Supervisor assigned to the Mobile Crisis Continuum teams in Adult Behavioral Health and Recovery Services. The positions are field/community-based and responsive to individuals presenting with mental health or substance use crisis across Marin County, with a particular focus on children and transition age youth, though there will be opportunities to also work with adults. The roles are an integral part of the Crisis Continuum of Care, which encompasses a short-term case management team, outreach and engagement services, mobile crisis response and support, the Crisis Stabilization Unit and The Crisis Residential Facility. 


The duties include, but are not limited to, community-based response as part of a team of two Crisis Specialists, duties as the clinician of the day who takes and logs calls, provides consultation and recommendations as indicated, information and education, as well as provision of solo response to secure and/or safe locations. The youth focus may also entail short-term case management, support, and linkage to services as well as collaboration with families, schools, and the foster system. With information derived from a clinical interview, nursing report, case history, and collateral information the Crisis Specialist writes a semi-structured report, develops and then implements a treatment plan for clients under their care including making referrals to appropriate agencies and levels of care based on the assessment. The positions will also be required to build relationships and outreach to all schools in the county from elementary age to Junior College. The roles requires a significant degree of independence as well as the ability to collaborate with team members and community-based organizations, including schools, hospitals, law enforcement, and private therapists, independent clinics and juvenile hall. The positions are shift-based and include weekends and may include holidays. As the program expands, days and times of shifts may change to cover increases in service delivery hours. 


Depending on the position, you may receive one of the differentials below:

  • Extra-hire = 15% 
  • Evening shift = 7.5%
  • Overnight shift = 10%
  • Weekend shift = 10%
  • 10% differential paid for all shifts worked in the jail

Filing Deadline: These Crisis Specialist - Extra-hire (associate or licensed) Team recruitments are Open and Continuous. As such, applicants are encouraged to submit completed applications as soon as possible. The filing period for an Open and Continuous recruitment may be closed at any time.

Resumes are not accepted in lieu of County application and supplemental application form. Apply online at: www.marincounty.org/Jobs or contact Marin County HR Dept, Rm 415, 3501 Civic Center Dr, San Rafael, CA 94903 or call (415) 473-6104. EEO/TTY

County of Marin

If you are looking for rewarding recovery-focused work, within Behavioral Health at Marin County with a supportive, dedicated and integrated, then please apply for a Crisis Specialist position!

Crisis Specialist: $81,473.60…

Detalles a Simple Vista

  • Flexibilidad
    A Tiempo Completo
  • Educación
    Maestría/Máster
  • Nivel de Experiencia
    Intermedio
Salario
USD $81.473 - USD $104.416
/ año

Compensación

PLEASE NOTE: The benefits described herein do not apply to temporary (contingent) or to part-time employees that work less than 50%.   

 

COUNTY OF MARIN BENEFITS: GENERAL

Below are some of the excellent benefits the County offers. More information about our benefits can be found on the Marin County's Benefits Homepage.


Paid Time Off: Competitive vacation accrual; 11 holidays per year; and generous sick leave accruals. Additional types of paid leaves are available for some bargaining units.


Health Plan: Choice of four health plans (two Kaiser HMOs, Western Health Advantage HMO, and an Anthem Blue Cross PPO) along with dental through Delta Dental PPO, and vision through Vision Service Plan (VSP). There is a County contribution toward the premiums (the contribution amount varies depending on coverage tier elected such as employee only, employee + 1, employee + family). Plus, the County offers excellent Life Insurance, Disability, Flexible Spending Plans, a Dependent Care Assistance Program, professional development and more.


Retirement: Defined benefit plan under the County Employees Retirement Act of 1937. More information can be found online at www.mcera.org.


IRS 457 Plan: Choice of pre-tax or post-tax (Roth) employee contribution up to the IRS annual maximum.


Retiree Medical: The County provides access to group health plan coverage to eligible retirees.

 

For specific questions regarding the employment process, please contact Human Resources at (415) 473-6104. For additional details about the benefits or retirement, please contact the Benefits Division at (415) 473-2197.


*IMPORTANT NOTE: Benefits described herein do not represent a contract and may be changed without notice.

 

PLEASE NOTE: The benefits described herein do not apply to temporary (contingent) or to part-time employees that work less than 50%.   

 

COUNTY OF MARIN BENEFITS: GENERAL

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Civic Center Dr, San Rafael, CA 94903, USA

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