Behavioral Health Program Coordinator for CCS

Application Deadline: 2021-12-31
Job Type: County
Job Description:

Columbia County is recruiting for a full-time management position in its Behavioral Health and Long Term Support Division to oversee the Comprehensive Community Services program. The primary tasks of this position are to ensure that Columbia County behavioral health programs utilize a wraparound approach to providing individualized services that focus on client/family strengths, community placement, cultural competency, natural supports, teaming, and collaboration. Knowledge of Chapter 46.56, 51, and 55 of the Wisconsin State Statutes. Knowledge of DHS 34, 36, 75, 92 and 94 of the Wisconsin Administrative Codes. Knowledge of Medicaid and third-party payor policies and procedures. Minimum Qualifications: Current licensure under Wis. Stat. §457 as a Clinical Social Worker, Professional Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, adult psychiatric and mental health nurse practitioner, family psychiatric and mental health nurse practitioner, or clinical specialist in adult psychiatric and mental health nursing with 3000 hours of supervised clinical, post-masters experience. Specific experience in service provision in mental health or substance abuse treatment and supervisory experience preferred. Advanced Practice Social Workers and Licensed Professional Counselors In Training working towards their 3000 hours are encouraged to apply. Requires possession of a valid Wisconsin Driver’s License and personal transportation. Starting wage: $28.416 – $32.471 per hour, based on experience. Columbia County also offers a temporary COVID-19 premium payment of $100 per month. Application deadline will remain open until filled. Applicants required to complete the Columbia County application obtained from the website: www.co.columbia.wi.us AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

https://www.co.columbia.wi.us/columbiacounty/hr/EmploymentOpportunities/tabid/893/Default.aspx

Deadline Note: Open Until Filled

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