BAMSI Rehabilitation Coordinator in Brockton, Massachusetts
Join BAMSI's Growing Workforce of Dedicated Professionals!
The Rehabilitation Coordinator will oversee implementation of service delivery in the Integrated Team/Supervised GLEs, provides supervision to assigned employees, provide on call coverage through established rotation.
The ACCS is DMH's reconfigured service model set to strengthen and improve behavioral health care for DMH adults who live in or are transitioning to the community. The ACCS will replace Community Based Flexible Supports (CBFS) and will deliver evidence based
interventions within the context of a standardized, clinically focused model.
BAMSI is a 1900+ employee health and human services organization with locations across Eastern Massachusetts. We offer generous paid time off (6 weeks combined Vacation, Sick and Personal time off paid), paid holidays, paid trainings in a supportive environment
that offers growth opportunities! Health, Dental, Short Term, Long Term and Vision Insurance is also available.
Must have a Bachelor's degree in a human services or related field and experience working with people who have been diagnosed with a serious and persistent mental illness. Must have supervisory experience in a health or human service setting, preferably
in a community-based residential, respite or community crisis stablization program. Must possess a valid driver's license in state of residence. Preference given to candidates with lived experience and fluency in languages prevalent in Southeastern MA.
- Utilize recovery principals in partnership with Persons and staff members of the Integrated Team/Supervised GLEs to improve Persons’ health and wellness; achieve symptom stabilization and self-management; develop and/or restore skills impacted by their
mental illness; live a self-directed life; and strive to reach their full potential.
Ensure that a culture of quality is maintained by using evidence-based and other best practices within the services being provided.
In coordination with Licensed Clinical Staff, provide supervision to assigned employees.
Provide the staff and persons served with a vision about the importance and inevitability of achieving goals through the recovery process.
Increase the level of involvement and decision-making by persons served in their treatment planning and in service delivery.
Coordinate treatment and services with all Persons’ Served Care Coordination Entities and behavioral and physical health providers.
Promptly identify program areas of need and address them, seeking assistance as needed.
Ensure program coverage in accordance with funding source standards, seeking assistance of supervisor as needed.
Maintain ongoing communication with supervisor and attend meetings as required.
Ensure a balance in division of time between direct care and administrative duties as determined by program need.
Oversee physical plant maintenance by reporting issues promptly, arranging for needed repairs, ensuring proper housekeeping and interacting with landlord as required.
Act as advocate and role model to both individuals being served and staff.
Perform and/or ensure completion of all administrative duties, including:
Recruit, interview and select for recommendation in hiring of potential employees and complete required documentation in a timely manner.
Provide ongoing documented supervision, training and professional development of staff.
Complete first six month and annual job performance evaluations on all program staff as required.
Participate in policy development and ensure that program staff adhere to agency policy and procedures.
Monitor program expenditures in accordance with contract allocations.
Ensure accurate accounting for all program monies according to agency policy for grocery accounts, vehicle gas, petty cash, and BAMSI credit card.
Ensure ongoing program compliance with regulatory standards such as BAMSI QM, DMH, DPH, and CARF.
Forward appropriate personnel and business forms to the administrative office in a timely manner.
Supervise and document persons served self-administration of medications as prescribed and in accordance with agency and program procedures.
If available, will respond to the program as needed in an emergency situation.
Execute duties to reflect reasonable safety standards. Universal/standard precautions must be utilized and training obtained in areas that constitute risk.
Perform duties to reflect agency policies and procedures.
Perform other work related duties as needed or as assigned by supervisor or designee.
Bachelor’s degree in a human services or related field required; Master’s degree preferred.
Experience working with people who have been diagnosed with a serious and persistent mental illness.
Ability to speak and write English clearly and accurately in order to keep documentation up to date and understandable.
Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing with persons served, families, service providers and funding source personnel.
Must have supervisory experience in a health or human service setting, preferably in a community-based residential, respite, or community crisis stabilization program.
Must possess a valid driver’s license in state of residence.
Preference given to candidates with lived experience and fluency in languages prevalent in Southeastern MA.