Full Job Description
To provide quality educational services to clients referred by the judicial branch in response to court related offenses.
Co-facilitating weekly educational programs for populations such as domestic violence and those charged with operating under the influence
Following focused curriculum designed to teach male offenders about the effects of their behaviors and ways to build effective skills at preventing further incidents.
Responsible for record keeping as assigned and communicating updates about group members to supervisors.
POSITION CORE COMPETENCIES:
Interpersonal Communication: Ability to establish rapport quickly and to communicate effectively.
Collaboration & Teamwork: Ability to function effectively as a member of an inter-professional team.
Screening & Assessment: Ability to conduct brief, evidence-based and developmentally appropriate screening and to conduct or arrange a more detailed assessment.
Care Planning & Care Coordination: Ability to create and implement integrated care plans.
Intervention: Ability to provide a range of brief, focused prevention, treatment and recovery services.
Cultural Competence & Adaptation: Ability to provide services relevant to the culture of clients.
Systems Oriented Practice: Ability to function effectively within the organizational and financial structures of the local system of healthcare.
Practice-Based Learning & Quality Improvement: Ability to assess and continually improve the services delivered as an individual provider and as an inter-professional team.
Informatics: Ability to use information technology to support and improve integrated healthcare.
Safety Environment: Ability to identify, prevent and report unsafe situations and uses appropriate procedures to assure safety during emergency situations.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Attends trainings as assigned and required.
Deliver educational program in a group format.
Provide case formulation related to client’s treatment readiness or developmental level and problem identification.
Uses supervision/consultation to learn and provide more effective treatment services.
Must attend supervision as assigned for program.
Maintain documentation in compliance with agency and program standards.
Participates in staff meetings, supervision, trainings and other meetings as assigned.
Additional duties as required.
Education: Bachelor’s degree required. Masters preferred.
Experience: Experience with content area: eg. Substance abuse, domestic violence. Experience with groups or education setting.
Training: Training in content area of group.
Bachelors or better.
Masters or better.