Residential Team provides intensive residential support to address the needs of individuals who may require frequent yet varying degrees of in-home and community support during the transition from assisted living and/or institutionalization to independent living in the community. Our participants have experienced chronic or multiple episodes of severe mental illness, co-occurring substance use, and often homelessness. A high degree of collaboration is critical for the team to successfully eliminate participants' barriers to service. Services are provided in participants' home and community at least 75% of the time.
Full team scheduling spans 10 hours/day Mon-Sat, including on weekends & holidays. All staff will routinely work at least one weekend day in their standard schedule and rotate holiday shifts. Team members also participate in on-call rotation to provide 24-hour crisis coverage.
F/T position providing community-based residential support services to adults that experience mental illness and are in the transition from assisted living and/or institutionalization to independent living. Position provides regular clinical services including assessments, treatment planning, therapy, group facilitation, skill development, crisis intervention, home visits, and coordination of services for consumers. Needs ability to work as part of a fast-paced, highly structured, collaborative and multidisciplinary team.
Requires Master's degree in Psychology, Social Work, or a related field. A minimum of one year of professional experience is preferred. Personal transportation with a clean 5-year driving record and Alaska vehicle insurance is mandatory. Salary range is $51,176.00 to $77,348.00 and includes excellent benefits. Two health insurance options are available along with Health Savings account or Flexible spending accounts as well as generous paid time off and 401(k). Position is open until filled. Application available at www.acmhs.com. Reference HR Job 20-10. ACMHS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.