Community Support Worker

$35,000 - $48,000 yearly
  • South Central Behavioral Services
  • Kearney, NE, USA
  • May 09, 2022
Full time Other Behavioral Health Positions

Job Description

The Position

South Central Behavioral Services (SCBS) currently has an opening for a Community Support Worker in our Rehabilitation Program.  A Community Support Worker is someone who helps individuals with mental illness be successful living independently and assists individuals with substance use disorders to reach their recovery goals.  Community Support workers meet with clients in their homes or in the community to help clients develop and meet their individual treatment goals while providing assistance with finding and accessing community resources.  They participate in treatment team meetings to discuss and address the ongoing needs of the clients and are also responsible for completing daily documentation in our electronic health record.  The starting annual salary range for this position is $35,000 to $48,000, which includes bonuses based on productivity and performance.  Starting wage is contingent upon education and experience.  A Bachelor’s Degree in human services is preferred, but we will consider individuals with experience in the field.  SCBS offers an excellent benefit package including company paid health, dental and life insurance and paid time off.  If you are interested, please apply at www.scbsne.com/employment.  For additional information, please call 402-463-4735.  EOE

 

The Agency

South Central Behavioral Services is a Community Behavioral Health agency providing mental health and substance use services for adults, children, families and as well as foster care services.  South Central Behavioral Services has embraced a self-directed work team (SDWT) management style since 1992.  The teams are groups of individuals, co-located, doing similar work.  The SDWT model values employee input, less micromanagement, and supports ways to resolve conflict between employees.  Accountability is key to SDWT with clear compliance and direct service standards.

 

Loan Forgiveness?

No