ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - Ft
Responsibilities: Perform highly specialized work requiring knowledge of clinical terminology and procedures. Specific duties include: Transcribe dictation, prepare correspondence and reports, and assist Administrative and Clinical staff. Record simple medical histories. Maintain communication between the organization and parents, teachers and administrators who work in schools, Residential Instructors and other staff members. Be acquainted with details on registering clients, health/dental records, and school schedules, insurance types and policies, and Medicaid. Handle more complex responsibilities such as reviewing incoming memos, submissions, and reports in order to determine their significance and to plan for their distribution. Prepare agendas and make arrangements for meetings of committees and executive boards.
Schedule appointments, and keep track of the clients’ medical records. Screen inquiries from parents and social service agencies and handle those matters not needing the director’s attention. Set calendars for the organization and director in order to establish priorities for each day. Create and organize client files.
Qualifications: Qualifying experience for this position includes: familiarity with general office duties, insurance rules, billing practices, and medical office procedures, and knowledge of technical terminology and procedures. High school diploma / Bachelor’s degree with basic office skills, experience with MS XP, VISTA and the MS Office Application software. 40wpm typing, good customer service and interpersonal skills, ability to work independently.
LICENSED PROFESSIONAL COUNSELOR - pt
Responsibilities: Interview children and adolescents and give diagnostic tests. Provide individual, family, and group psychotherapy, neuro-developmental therapy, substance-abuse therapy, psychiatric and medication management, and psychological assessments. Update individual service and treatment plans, communicate with various referral agencies including DFACS, DJJ, and Juvenile Courts, and assist a team of Community Support Individuals.
Qualifications: At least five (5) years of specialized experience which is directly related to the position. Master’s Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Chemical Dependency or Counseling and LPC, LCSW or PsyD status in the state of Georgia. Experience with C&A clients, MICPs, administering CAFAS, Individual Service Plans (ISPs), and familiarity with clinical terminology. Bilingual a plus.
Community Support Individual - FT
Responsibilities: Provide assistance to children/adolescents in the development and coordination of his or mental health treatment plan; Provide assistance in the development of interpersonal, community coping and functional skills (including adaptation to home, school, and healthy social environments); Encourage the developing and eventual succession of natural supports in school and other social environments; Assist with personal development and school performance.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university. These workers should have a strong desire to help others, effective communication skills, a sense of responsibility, and the ability to manage time effectively. Ability to relate well and interact with others especially with children and adolescents. Good character, integrity, and enthusiasm in working with children.
Residential Instructor - Care Giver - PT
Responsibilities: Provide first-class quality care for children and adolescents in a home environment. Provide parental/guardian care, prepare meals, clean, and any other domestic duties in an assigned group home.
Qualifications: High School Diploma; Must undergo and pass a criminal background check, drug test, and a health physical/TB tst. Strong desire to help others, effective communication skills, a sense of responsibility, and the ability to manage time effectively. Ability to relate well and interact with children and adolescents.