Custodial Services Supervisor/Floor Technician
Full time position (40 hours, Monday – Friday, second shift 3:30pm -12am and occasionally later if project work requires) responsible for managing all commercial custodial contracts to assure services are meeting contract expectations and maintaining exceptional customer service. Assists the Business Development Manager and Chief Vocational Officer with business development of new contracts, contract negotiation, staffing, recruitment and training of assigned personnel. Directly supervises all Custodial Site Coordinators who lead crews at various sites. Crews employ persons with mental illness who participate in a supervised transitional employment program designed to provide a supportive, rehabilitative employment experience. Position provides training to Site Coordinators including completion of staff performance reviews with the input from the Business Development Manager and Chief Vocational Officer, documentation of meetings with personnel, and making disciplinary and promotional recommendations. As a working supervisor, provides hands on support and training to custodial coordinators and crews. Responsible for direct labor on floor maintenance. Provides quality floor care maintenance at service contract sites, includes stripping, waxing, and buffing of various floor surfaces as well as carpet extraction/cleaning.Two years floor care experience (VCT tile refinishing, stripping, waxing, buffing, burnishing; ceramic tile & grout maintenance; various carpet care; baseboard stripping and maintenance) and 2 years supervisory experience required. Bachelor degree preferred. Total combination of 6 years of experience and education required. Experience working with adults with severe mental illness, developmental disabilities, substance abuse, criminal offenses preferred. Position requires use of personal mobile phone. Position requires frequent driving of own vehicle. Valid driver’s license, vehicle and insurable driving record are required.
Direct Service Opportunities
Care Managers - Severe Mental Illness Services
Full time position responsible for providing Community Psychiatric Support Treatment (CPST) services to severely and persistently mentally ill clients. Establishes therapeutic relationships, assesses complex problems, selects problem-solving interventions, and helps clients to function effectively. Assesses each client's strengths and limitations and the mental health, financial, and institutional resources available. In conjunction with a supervisor and team psychiatrist, assesses the client's mental health and basic needs, determines the appropriate level of care and support, determines the availability of resources, and develops an Individual Recovery Plan. Implements and monitors the Individual Recovery Plan. Coordinates access to the recommended medical treatment services, vocational assistance, housing assistance, and other targeted services. Monitors the treatment progress of clients, reassesses client status and the effectiveness of interventions, revises the Individual Recovery Plan, and advocates for clients. Master's degree in mental health, vocational training, education, social work, counseling or other field of study; or a Bachelor's degree in one of the specified fields of study plus two years of specialized education, training, or experience in one of the specified fields of study. Credentialing as a licensed Social Work or Counselor preferred. Position requires the use of a personal mobile phone. Position requires frequent driving of own personal vehicle. A valid driver's license, vehicle, and insurable driving record are required.
Care Manager - Criminal Justice Services for the Felony Mental Health Court (see above)
Full time position responsible for providing Community Psychiatric Support Treatment (CPST) services to severely and persistently mentally ill clients who are involved in the criminal justice system at the felony level.
Care Manager - Forensic Services (see above)
Full time position responsible for providing Community Psychiatric Support Treatment (CPST) services to severely and persistently mentally ill clients who are returning from prison.
Community Employment Coordinator
Full time position to coordinate the Community Employment activities for clients served in the Employment and Vocational Services Department. Responsible for the collaboration and coordination of all job development and job coaching activities between the Care Management and Community Employment Team. Facilitates, coordinates, and tracks all authorized services within the Community Employment team. Facilitates communication and acts as a resource to manage funder questions and inquires. Responsible for scheduling coaching services for new clients who are employed to assist in adjustment and maintaining long term employment. Coordinates Ticket to Work activities for the Community Employment team. Responsible for tracking all measured employment outcomes. Collaborate with departmental team leaders on job coaching necessity and availability. May assist with job development and job coaching coverage as needed. Master’s degree in Human Services plus 2 years experience or Bachelor’s degree in Human Services plus four years of related experience. Knowledge of task and job analysis; psychiatric symptomatology, treatment, and management; behavior management principles; work and personal adjustment methodology; private industry procedures, standards, requirements, and values. Demonstrative skills in direct service provision to emotional disabled persons. Basic computer and keyboard knowledge with proficiency in Microsoft Word; interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to write clearly and succinctly in a variety of communication settings and styles; and, commitment to continuous improvement.Position may require use of personal mobile phone. Position requires occasional driving of own vehicle. Valid driver’s license and vehicle may be required.
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