SERV Behavioral Health System, Inc.

Coordinator - Mercer County

Job Locations US-NJ-Mercer County
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(1/26/2018 1:01 PM)
ID
2018-1272
# of Openings
1
Category
SERV Centers
Country
US

Overview

SERV, a well-established leader in behavioral healthcare in NJ, provides a wide range of quality residential and support services.  We are in need of compassionate and caring individuals who would like to support our consumers in achieving greater independence and life satisfaction. We are in need of a Masters level professional in the field of behavioral health who will provide supervision to Residential Program Manager as assigned by the Director.

 

 

Top Pay, Competitive Benefits and Paid Training!

Responsibilities

  • Function as a manager of specific programs and functions to ensure daily operation and achieve stated program’s goals and objectives.
  • Provide case management and face-to-face services for assigned clients, as needed for the program.
  • Assist the Director in the recruitment, interviewing and hiring of staff.
  • Assist in the identification of staff education needs.
  • Provides treatment services as necessary; this involves carrying and responding to a pager, as scheduled.
  • Under the supervision of the Chief Operation Officer, acts on behalf of the Director in his/her absence.
  • Responsible for monitoring and recording program statistics and overseeing program compliance.
  • Assist with other Coordinator’s duties as assigned by the Director and perform other duties as from time-to-time, be deemed appropriated by the supervisor.

Qualifications

  • Masters Degree in behavioral health field 
  • Three years mental health services experience of which one year is supervisory/program management in nature in human service setting.

Come Join Us Now!

SERV is an Equal Opportunity Employer

If you are interested in this position, please apply below.

https://careers-servbhs.icims.com/

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