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The Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board for Montgomery County is seeking applicants for the following position:

The Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board for Montgomery County is seeking applicants for the following position:

Job Title:                 Financial Specialist  
Division:                  Business Division
Reports To:            CFO
FLSA Status:         Exempt

Summary:

Under the general supervision of the CFO, the Financial Specialist requires thorough knowledge of budget and finance principles, concepts, methods, and techniques in order to provide thorough guidance to assigned operational department(s) concerning public budget review, preparation, development, and control, financial analysis and forecasting, and adherence to internal Montgomery County ADAMHS, State or Federal level policy/processes in order to support programs and personnel, thereby assisting management in planning efficient and effective operations.

Responsibilities:

 Serves as a financial system project team member

Supports financial system security, workflow, and chart of accounts setup and maintenance.  Verifies, audits, and provides quality control of the accuracy of County Financial System elements (i.e. Financial Dimensions, Main Accounts, Grant and Project, etc.).  Creates new financial reports, updates current financial reports and seeks innovative mechanisms for countywide budgetary and financial reporting within Microsoft D365.

Uses quantitative/statistical analysis (e.g. trend analysis and/or cash flow analysis) to determine available funding and project overages and shortages in appropriations and compare actual expenditures against estimated expenditures; reconciles and verifies fiscal transactions (e.g. vouchers, contracts, encumbrances) to ensure legal compliance and reporting integrity; prepares financial analyses for departments and for multi-departmental assignments including revenue and expenditures analyses, updates of economic assumptions and forecasts of revenue and expenditures; ensures grant revenues and expenditures are uniquely tracked pursuant to financial and grant award reporting requirements; prepares internal and external budget reports as required. Properly maintains spreadsheets; enters fiscal data accurately and efficiently into accounting, reporting, and analytical applications; creates and writes reports that provide accurate and valid financial information; research inquiries from internal and external auditors during and after audit (e.g., replies to reports and recommendations); performs quality reviews of financial transactions.
 
Requirements:

Master's Degree in Public/Business Administration, Finance Management, or related area and 1 year of experience in budget preparation, budget management or financial analysis (prior public sector preferred) OR Bachelor's Degree in Public/Business Administration, Finance Management or related area and 3 years of experience in budget preparation, budget management or financial analysis (prior public sector preferred).

Excellent verbal and written skills are required.

Must be able to work independently with little supervision.

Must have a working knowledge of Microsoft applications (Excel, PowerPoint, Word).

Preferred Qualification experience using Microsoft Dynamics 365.

Driver’s license, insurance, and operational vehicle are required.  Travel may be frequent, including travel outside the Dayton area.

Please visit http://agency.governmentjobs.com/montgomery/default.cfm to apply.


Job Title:                
Program Coordinator - Training  
Division:                 Training and Education Division
Reports To:            Executive Director
FLSA Status:         Exempt

Summary:

Under the general supervision of the Executive Director, the Program Coordinator will assess the training and technical assistance needs of the behavioral health system and develop and/or organize workforce development opportunities to enhance the behavioral health professionals in Montgomery County including obtaining continuing education, securing space, coordinating registration, providing logistical support, and maintaining all documentation for community trainings.

Responsibilities:

  • Create and maintain agency alliances and act as a community liaison by creating positive working relationships with community leaders, partners, and other related organizations. Coordinate and work with appropriate stakeholder groups to ensure their investment in, and active participation on, relevant community initiatives.
  • Provide leadership in strategic planning, establishing goals and objectives, developing logic models and action plans, evaluating and monitoring committee activities, and ensuring progress and advancement of community initiatives to address behavioral health needs in the community.
  • Research, identify, recommend, and pursue local, state, and federal grant opportunities to increase overall behavioral health funding to develop and/or enhance services that meet the behavioral health needs of the community.  Monitor local, state, and federal grants to ensure compliance with grant guidelines and accountability of services provided.
  • Coordinate and work with organizations, school districts, criminal and juvenile justice systems, child welfare/child protection system, local and state agencies, to identify community behavioral health needs by conducting research, collecting data, and analyzing the behavioral health system in order to develop community solutions that address identified behavioral health needs and provide behavioral health expertise when and as needed.
  • Completes all other duties as assigned within the scope of skills and abilities to assist the Training Division

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a behavioral health discipline is required with a minimum of five years’ experience in community engagement, strategic planning, or a comparable leadership position. 
  • Must have experience working in the behavioral health field with exceptional administrative skills and experience coordinating programs/services that are community-based.
  • Preference will be given to an individual with mental health and addictions knowledge and/or experience in public administration. 
  • Experience in PC software including Word and Excel is required.  Grant writing experience is highly preferred, but not required.
  • Exceptional curriculum development and oral and written presentation skills. 
  • Interpersonal; written and oral communication; group facilitation and organizational skills; knowledge of human services administration, planning, funding, and evaluation; ability to handle sensitive data; proficiency in handling multiple tasks; ability to deal with abstract and concrete variables. 
  • Budgeting, program coordination, public relations.  Problem-solving, electronic data processing – PC and related applications and concepts. 

Driver’s license, insurance, and operational vehicle are required.  Travel may be frequent, including travel outside the Dayton area.

Please visit http://agency.governmentjobs.com/montgomery/default.cfm to apply.

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Director of Crisis Line Call Center- Behavioral Health
This is an on-site position in Dayton, OH.
Mission/Role: Key member of the implementation and sustainability team for the new 24/7/365 behavioral health crisis and access line serving Montgomery County, OH. Responsible for recruitment and retention of high-performing call center supervisors and staff, training/ staff development, quality assurance, and ongoing compliance with contractual requirements. Ensure the center functions as an integrated part of the MCADAMHS provider system. Principal liaison with community and stakeholders for response and resolution of service concerns. Secure contact center designation as part of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline network in advance of the national 988 launch. 

Responsibilities:

  • Serve as point of contact for issues related to call center, including but not limited to providing requested information related to complaints and stakeholder concerns. 
  • Direct and coordinate clinical activities in support of individual callers, chatters and texters with behavioral health, substance use and/or intellectual/developmental disabilities.  
  • Oversee the day-to-day operations of the call center staff, ensuring appropriate clinical assessments and linkage, as well as efficient and appropriate management of the electronic referral process. 
  • Implement and enforce policies and procedures regarding clinical documentation. 
  • Provide clinical assistance in emergent cases, helping provide 24/7 clinical support for call center staff. 
  • Collaboratively work with call center clinical leadership to promote consumer-centric, clinically sound call handling processes.
  • Monitor clinical staff performance through retrospective and live call and documentation monitoring. 
  • Serve as the primary point of contact for complaints regarding clinical processes and execution. 
  • Conduct call center clinical assessments, where needed. 
  • Assist with call center clinical recruitment and retention.

Requirements:
Working proficiency with the DSM V, mental health assessments, crisis intervention techniques, substance abuse disorders, and psychotropic medications. Experience with, and knowledge of, the OH behavioral health system and applicable community resources within the Montgomery County geographical area.

Education:
Master’s degree in social work or counseling with an unrestricted license in the state of OH as a LPCC-S or LISW-S. Qualification to supervise Peer Recovery Supporters is a plus.
Experience:

  • Minimum three years’ post-licensure experience in a leadership role within a behavioral health setting. 
  • Strong team building, collaborative, problem-solving, and management skills. 
  • Proven ability to work effectively under pressure to meet deadlines, supervise multiple projects, and to respond effectively to crises and changing circumstances. 
  • Effective oral and written communication skills. 
  • Proven conflict resolution skills. 

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Crisis Line Call Center Supervisor

This is an on-site position in Dayton, OH
Description
Mission/Role: Responsible for the successful operation of the crisis call center on assigned shift including attainment of key performance indicators (i.e. average speed of answer, abandonment rate), providing on-the-job training for staff, actively managing staff productivity, and continuous monitoring of staff performance for quality assurance. Collaboratively work with the supervisory team and center director to ensure consistent execution/implementation of applicable policies, procedures, and protocols. Provide supervision toward licensure for associate licensed staff to facilitate the attainment of full licensure as requested.

Responsibilities:

  • Roughly 60% - 70% of time each month is devoted to staff development and training to meet individual, role, and team productivity goals that directly support the center’s ability to meet key performance indicators. 
  • Approximately 20-30% of time each month is spent backing up staff by taking calls during peak periods or when staff are on leave and backing up other supervisors and the director as necessary. 
  • An estimated 10% of the time each month is devoted to organizational initiatives as assigned.
  • Providing consultation and support for urgent and emergent cases including active rescues and mobile dispatches.
  • Conducting quality reviews of calls and documentation.
  • Monitoring and adjusting phone queues in real-time.
  • Assuring staff follows established protocols and workflows.

Education Requirements:
Master’s degree in social work or counseling with an unrestricted license in the state of OH as a LPCC, LPCC-S, LISW, LISW-S, IMFT or IMFT-S. Qualification to supervise Peer Recovery Supporters is a plus. 

Experience:

  • Minimum three years’ experience in a behavioral health setting. 
  • Minimum one year of supervisory, managerial, or team lead experience. 
  • Prior supervisory experience in behavioral health setting a plus. 
  • Telephone triage experience preferred. 
  • Knowledge of DSM V diagnosis, experience with assessment of individuals to determine needs and level of care.
  • Familiarity with the process for voluntary and involuntary inpatient psychiatric hospitalization, knowledge of brief therapeutic interventions and psychotropic medications. 
  • Familiarity with full range of treatment options and mental health service delivery systems. 


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Licensed Crisis Line Clinician-LPC,LPCC,LISW,LSW,IMFT,MFT
This is an on-site position in Dayton, OH 

Description

Mission/Role: Our special team of crisis clinicians provides clinical support to our clients 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. The crisis team will screen, access, triage, and provide telephonic crisis intervention/de-escalation to assist in identifying concerns with mental illness,  developmental disabilities as well as substance abuse and will collaboratively determine an immediate course of action.

Responsibilities:

  • Factoring in the caller’s circumstances, history, support, internal and external resources, and clinical presentation, clinicians make referrals and or link the caller to the appropriate service or information.
  • Depending on the acuity of the situation, linkage and referral can range from information only to active rescue and dispatch of EMS and law enforcement.
  • Complete appropriate documentation, timely and accurately, in accordance with established criteria. 
  • Follow each call through to completion unless otherwise directed or call is delegated to another employee at end of the shift.
  • The Licensed Clinician evaluates and stabilizes the crisis and makes the referrals to the most appropriate level of care by utilizing assessment information and community resources within the state of Ohio and in accordance with established policies and procedures.   

*This is a Full-Time permanent position with benefits.*

Education Requirements
:
Master’s degree in a behavioral health discipline with a valid license to practice in the state of Ohio as a LPC, LPCC, LISW, LSW, IMFT, or MFT. Board licensure required. If associate licensed, affidavit for supervision is required

Experience: 

  • Minimum three years of direct behavioral health experience. 
  • Telephone triage experience preferred text and chat experience a plus.
  • Knowledge of DSM V diagnosis, inpatient psychiatric treatment protocols, brief therapy, and chemical intervention protocols and skills, medical models, and psychotropic medications. 
  • Familiarity with a full range of treatment options and mental health service delivery systems.
  • Strong customer service skills, passion, and willingness to learn to serve people in crisis.
  • Computer and typing proficiency (min 40 wpm with 80% accuracy) 

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Crisis Line Care Consultant
This is an on-site position in Dayton, OH 

Description

Mission/Role: Serve as a first and primary responder for calls coming into the Call Center from unknown callers; manage information only calls and other routine access calls not requiring clinical triage. Conduct telephonic interviews to gather appropriate data, primarily demographic, necessary to link individuals to the appropriate service using established protocols. Once service needs are determined, refer individuals to the appropriate service using established protocols and maintain contact until final disposition or until successfully and appropriately delegated to another staff member. 
Responsibilities:

  • Assist in monitoring and facilitating caller access to Clinicians when individuals have urgent or emergent behavioral health or developmental disability needs as quickly as possible using established procedures. 
  • Provide warm support in the event all Clinicians are unavailable. 
  • Answer all calls within response guidelines using Contact Center policies, procedures, and scripts necessary for the screening of service requests.
  • Maintain complete and accurate documentation following established policies and procedures. 
  • Adhere to established standards/guidelines for efficiency and productivity.
  • Actively facilitate placement from initial contact until final disposition or until successfully and appropriately delegated to another staff member.
  • Recognize potential problems with referral and/or informational sources and respond with the appropriate action.
  • Participate as a team player and encourage a positive work environment.

Education  Requirements:
Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in a behavioral health-related discipline or state of Ohio certification as a Certified Peer Recovery Supporter.

Experience:
Minimum one year of direct behavioral health experience working with consumers with intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental, and/or substance abuse disorders.

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