Monday, August 31, 2020 - 1:33pm
Crosspoint Human Services
Duties include, but are not limited to:
- Assess individual's history, mental status, strengths, needs, abilities, preferences and resources including recommendations for services and obtain all necessary signatures.
- Completed with statement of problem(s) and interventions/services to be provided to attain goals with frequency and provider of service within 72 hours of admission to the shelter and after a Masters Level Clinician reviews and signs the Comprehensive Assessment.
- Complete STAR assessments with person served.
- Complete Service Plan Reviews including all necessary signatures according to policy and procedure.
- Provide Group Services working within an approved curriculum and deliver and monitor group work including all required documentation.
- Daily log refer to goals and objectives and address person served progress.
- Complete daily logs with a brief description of service rendered, behavioral observations, a description of interventions employed and a future plan of action.
- Outcome ratings will show evidence of maintenance and/or improvement.
- Provide the required number of service hours per month as is defined by the requirements of the governing grant/funder and as directed by the Shelter Supervisor.
- Participate in mandatory overtime when deemed necessary; participate in on-call rotation schedule.
- Tactful, friendly and courteous to all - in person and on phone.
- Respect rights/dignity/confidentiality and HIPAA compliance in all areas.
- Demonstrate cultural/ethnic, age-specific awareness when communicating with persons served, visitors and others.
- Demonstrate a Trauma Informed approach to providing services.
- Requires a Bachelor's degree or equivalent life and/or professional experience.
- Two years work experience in human service field preferred.
- Knowledge of the Illinois Domestic Violence Act.
- Domestic Violence Professional Certification, or ability to obtain.
- Knowledge of the needs of women and their children who are experiencing domestic violence and/or homelessness.
- Possess the temperament to work closely with individuals and families experiencing domestic violence, homelessness, and co-occurring disorders in a therapeutic milieu.
- Excellent assessment, counseling and training skills.
- Demonstrate knowledge of individual differences with respect to gender, race, ethnicity, culture, and age as well as social, economic, developmental, and environmental factors, and understands the importance of these characteristics.
- Knowledge/skills in the area of individual and family functioning.
- Skills in working with resistant individuals and families.
- Knowledge in the area of collaborating with other disciplines and services.
- Capable of independent decision-making.
- Good written and verbal communication skills.
- Excellent organizational skills.
- Ability to work flexible hours.
- Ability to maintain the highest level of confidentiality and professionalism.
- Valid driver's license and proof of automobile insurance.
- Current CPR and First Aid Certification and the ability to identify special needs of person served.
- Full time
Days per week:
Years of experience:
- 1 - 2 years
$15/hr second shift .50/hr premium Sunday through Thursday 4:00 pm to 12:00 am
Required degree level:
- Bachelor's degree
201 N. Hazel Street Danville, IL
17 paid vacation days per year; hours accrued each pay period to total of 17 12 sick days per year; hours accrued each pay period to total of 12 9 paid holidays Crosspoint pays 80% of the premium for health insurance for our employees and their families Group dental and vision Crosspoint paid Life/Accidental Death and Dismemberment/Long Term Disability insurance Flex benefits through Colonial Life Employees may participate in the 401k after the completion of 90 days of service