2nd Shift 3 PM - 11 PM
roles and responsibilities
- Co-coordinate, plan, and participate in responsibilities to meet program and program participant needs; facilitate tasks and projects through the involvement of program participants in meaningful work by maximizing program participants' skills, strengths, engagement, and leadership.
- Establish meaningful relationships with program participants through side-by-side work to complete daily tasks, redirect when needed, and maintain healthy boundaries.
- Provide vocational and educational assistance within a continuum of high and low-intensity services to help program participants achieve self-defined success and remove barriers.
- Provide assistance and guidance to program participants to develop and assess vocational, educational, and other personal goals; help remove barriers to success.
- Monitor, evaluate, and record client progress with respect to relevant treatment goals in an accurate and timely manner.
- Use electronic and manual systems to document progress reports, shift notes, letters, faxes, and phone calls; confirm coding of services rendered is ethically appropriate and results in successful billing.
- Input organized, and maintained detailed clinical performance data to comply with applicable government or program requirements.
- Demonstrate fiscal responsibility by supporting agency billing policies and procedures.
- Meet guidelines and program requirements for fidelity and evidence-based programming; ensure professional performance effectively.
- Attend and participate in program meetings and Agency All-Staff meetings.
- Complete all initial and ongoing required training and certifications.
Qualifications and Education Requirements
- Bachelor's degree in Education, Social Work, Public Administration, or a related field, or two years of work experience in a related field or two years of lived experience required.
- Ability to work scheduled hours.
- Demonstrate strong written and oral communication skills.
- Illustrate proficiency in computer skills, especially using Gmail, Word, Excel, and customized databases.
- Work in and adapt to the culture of a multicultural, community-based organization.
- Commit to maintaining confidentiality.
- Understand the Agency's mission and culture and the ability to maintain appropriate boundaries with staff and clients in all circumstances.
- Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background checks.
- Demonstrate interpersonal skills and ability to relate well with persons from a variety of socioeconomic and cultural groups.
- Ability to lift supplies to 25 lbs. to waist height.
- Reliable transportation, valid Nebraska Driver's License with a clear driving record and proof of insurance.
- Supervision and direction
- Client Safety
- Cleanliness of facility
- Maintain healthy boundaries with staff and program participants.
- Be prompt and maintain proper attendance.
- Provide assistance and guidance to program participants and help remove barriers to success.
- Organize and run groups.
- Follow level system to ensure clients are progressing through rehabilitative program.
- Complete safety checks.
- Ensure facility is clean, organized, and maintained.
- Complete all required documentation.
- Follow systems.
- Ensure the cleanliness of the facility through cleaning and regular maintenance.
- Review inventory.
- Coordinate care with Team Leads and nursing staff.
- Be a professional.
- Complete all necessary and required training/certifications to stay in compliance with Medicaid, CARF, licensure, and Agency requirements.
- Provides a safe and healthy environment in accordance with established policies, procedures, and standards of care.
- Establishes, maintains, and co-facilitates a relationship with program participants that; acts as a role model by maintaining a hopeful and positive attitude and problem-solving and coping with mental illness.
- Attends and participates in agency and program meetings.
- Assists at mealtime by preparing meals, distributing meal trays, pouring beverages to program participants, as well as doing dishes and other kitchen cleanup.
- Assists in client outings, which may include driving.
Advocacy means being supportive of each other and clients. We cheer each other and clients on, even if we do not agree with decisions made. We defend each other through honesty, even if it puts us in a danger zone.
Inclusion: means that we do not say no, we negotiate. We ensure that both parties leave the conversation feeling heard, whether it's staff or clients.
Perseverance: In the face of problems, we utilize our team for endurance and stamina, we actively pursue solutions because we are determined to ensure people feel included.
Unity is probably the value that brings all other values together. We expect our staff to be interconnected and inseparable. We do not stand for gossip, passive aggressive behavior, or individualism. With integrity, our staff will take the hard route and problem solve as a team, we seek to find solutions and believe everyone is good.
Compassion is the value of actively pursuing and doing good. We expect kindness and taking a soft approach. This does not mean we do not challenge each other and our staff, but hard, solid approaches are such an easy route to take. It takes a compassionate person to negotiate.