CASEWORKER II (493)

Posting Date: 6/28/2019                                                                                           
Open Until Filled
Salary: $32,454 to $39,550 Annually                          
Salary is based on education & experience

 Job Description:  Serves as one of the Local Intellectual and Developmental Disability Authority’s (LIDDA) representatives of the Community Living Options Information Process (CLOIP) Program to provide standardized information, explanation, and educational materials of available community living options to all individuals ages 22 and above who are residents of Brenham State Supported Living Center and their Legally Authorized Representative (LAR). Coordinates and arrange for sample community tours prior to annual meeting of persons interested in community placement.  Submits results of tours, explanation of living options, and interview results with individuals, LARs, or advocates to individual’s Inter-disciplinary Team.  Based on assigned caseload of BSSLC residents, attends annual planning meetings of all assigned individuals to discuss Community Living Options: requires routine travel to Brenham State Supported Living Center.  Ensures information is shared with the individual’s designated LIDDA.  Duties also include performing Preadmission Screening and Residential Review (PASRR) Evaluations to persons in nursing facility and providing  crisis prevention and management, monitoring, assessment, and service planning and coordination to nursing facility residents who are eligible for Habilitation Coordination through the PASRR Program  within our seven counties service area and as based on the Individual Service Plan (ISP), monthly monitoring of outcomes, and at least quarterly convening of service planning team.  Negotiate and facilitate the array of services and supports needed to address the individual’s personal goals and desired outcomes as identified through the Service Coordination Assessment and Service Planning Team. Ensures planned services and supports are implemented and appropriately documented, provide education in community living options, and will advocate and ensure consistent interactions with nursing facility and other agencies as necessary. Provides required monthly face to face (and collateral) contact monitoring of persons on caseload and documents activities as required by Texas HHSC-IDD Services and MHMRABV.
Education:  Requires a bachelor’s or advanced degree with a major in a behavioral, social, or human service field, including but not limited to psychology, social work, medicine, nursing, rehabilitation, counseling, sociology, human development, gerontology, educational psychology, education, and criminal justice.
Experience:  Must have experience to be credentialed as QIDP; Prefer experience working with individuals with IDD; must be able to work independently as well as with a team. Must be computer literate, requires excellent verbal and written communication skills, requires excellent organization skills, including the ability to meet rigid timelines and manage multiple priorities.  Good organizational and time management skills are a must.  Knowledge of service coordination principles, objectives, standards, and methods; knowledge of Medicaid waiver program services and non-Medicaid waiver program services; skill in determining individual needs assessment and the ability to respond to changes required; ability to comprehend and implement program goals.
Hours of Work:  Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.; some flexibility maybe required occasionally to meet the needs of the program/person in services
License/Certifications:  QIDP; Must successfully complete Agency and TAC require IDD service coordination training within allotted timelines as applicable.  Valid Texas driver’s license & must be insurable by Agency’s insurance.
Physical Requirements:  Ability to drive a vehicle; must have reliable transportation and a good driving record; must have a valid Texas driver’s license and must be insurable by Agency insurance; ability to communicate effectively;
Facility:  LIDDA CLOIP/PASRR Unit, Mary Lake Site, Bryan, Texas

CASEWORKER II (472)

Posting Date: 7/2/2019                                                                                       
Open Until Filled
Salary: $32,454 to $39,550 Annually                     
Salary is based on education & experience

 Job Description: As a Forensic Intensive Case Manager, this position provides crisis prevention and management, monitoring, assessment, rehabilitative skills training, service planning and coordination, and jail diversion for adults with mental illness involved in the Criminal Justice system. The Intensive Case Manager’s objective is to assist clients in increasing independent functioning in the community, reducing recidivism in the criminal justice system, reduce hospitalizations, and developing individualized short term and long term recovery goals. Service coordination involves jail screenings, acting as MHMRABV liaison to the courts, accessing medical, social, educational, and other appropriate services that will help an individual achieve a quality of life and community participation acceptable to the individual. This goal is accomplished by completing ANSA Assessments, developing individualized recovery plan, performing skills training, intervening in the crisis situations, coordinating community resources and documenting all contacts for persons served on caseload.  Position also serves as a member of a mobile crisis outreach team (MCOT) designed to reach individuals at their place of residence, school and other community based safe locations as a means of diversion from jails, emergency rooms and hospitals.  Duties include accompanying specially trained Sheriff’s officers (CIT) to individual’s home to provide crisis assessments; service plan development and implementation; access to medication services; monitoring and follow-up; inter- and intra-agency coordination of support services; family education and support; and client advocacy in the community where client is located.
Education: Requires Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services or Social Services
Experience: Requires experience working with individuals with mental illness, must be able to work independently as well as with a team. Good organizational skills are a must. Experience working with criminal justice population helpful.
Hours of Work: 8am-5pm; Monday through Friday, generally. At times may need to have a flexible schedule to accommodate needs of the program.
Licensure/Certifications: Ability to be credentialed as Qualified Mental Health Professional. Valid Texas driver’s license and are insurable by agency insurance. Continued employment is contingent upon successful completion of Adults Needs and Strengths Assessment (ANSA) certification as well as Illness, Management and Recovery (IMR) certification.
Physical Requirements: Communicate effectively both verbally & written; ability to sit or stand for extended periods of time. Good computer skills are a must; ability to pass the Preventative Management of Aggressive Behavior (PMAB) Training as well as all other physical requirements for this position.
Facility: Burleson & Washington Counties

CASE WORKER II (454)

Posting Date: 7/2/2019                                                                                       
Open Until Filled
Salary: $32,454 to $39,550 Annually                     
Salary is based on education & experience

 Job Description: Serve as the primary team member for the Intellectual Developmental Disabilities (IDD)  determination process including: Intake worker for persons seeking admission into IDD services; Coordinate SPT meetings and pre-admission staffing, gathering information for the person directed planning process of the person seeking services, and obtaining the necessary information to refer and link the individual to the appropriate services and supports;  Coordinate and process Medicaid Managed Care Organizations’ (MCO) Community First Choice (CFC) referrals and complete eligibility and assessment process for CFC enrollment; Attend transition fairs and ARD meetings as an advocate for school age persons who will transition into a community environment; Coordinate and facilitate the enrollments for the Texas Home Living (TxHmL) and Home Community-based Services (HCS) Waiver programs; Coordinate and facilitate consumer benefits assistance reviews and assist persons in applying for Social Security benefits and Medicare Part D coverage; Coordinate and monitoring IDD General Revenue Services and HHSC Waiver Services Interest List; Provides  community education and outreach services as needed.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in a social, behavioral, or human service field, including but not limited to: Psychology, Social Work, Medicine, Nursing, Rehabilitation, Counseling, Sociology, Human Development, Gerontology, Educational Psychology, Education, and Criminal Justice.
Experience: Prefer previous case coordination/case work experience with individuals with IDD.  Must be able to work independently as well as with a team.  Must be computer literate, requires excellent verbal and written communication skills, requires excellent organization skills, including the ability to meet rigid timelines and manage multiple priorities.  Knowledge of access to community resources and services, skill in determining individual needs assessment and the ability to respond to changes are preferred.
Hours of Work: Monday thru Friday; 8am-5pm generally, however, hours may be flexible based on the needs of the unit/program.
Licenses/Certifications:   Prefer Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional (QIDP) required education and experience requirements.  Valid Texas driver’s license and must be insurable by Agency insurance. Must successfully complete Agency and TAC required IDD service coordination training within allotted timelines as applicable. 
Physical Requirements: Light lifting under 15lbs., moderate carrying 15-44lbs., simple grasping, walking, sitting, standing, operating motor vehicle, operating office equipment including a computer, ability to see and hear (with aid), ability to read, write, count, maintain confidentiality and the ability to work closely with others.
Facility: IDD Service Coordination Bryan, TX. (Requires travel to all seven counties to complete IDD Intakes and Enrollments).

CASEWORKER II (419) Rehab Recovery Facilitator/Supported Employment Specialist

Posting Date: 7/2/2019                                                                                       
Open Until Filled
Salary: $32,424 to $39,550 Annually                     
Salary is based on education & experience

 Job Description: To provide crisis prevention and management, monitoring, assessment, rehabilitative skills training, service planning and coordination for adults with mental illness in the Brazos County area.  Psychosocial Rehabilitative Services are defined as social, educational, vocational, behavioral, and cognitive interventions provided by members of a client’s therapeutic team that address deficits in the individual’s ability to develop and maintain social relationships, occupational or educational achievement, independent living skills, and housing, that are a result of a severe and persistent mental illness.  Service coordination involves accessing medical, social, educational and other appropriate services that will help an individual achieve a quality of life and community participation acceptable to the individual. This position also serves as Supported Employment Specialist; assisting individuals obtain and sustain employment that is consistent with their vocational goals and recovery, utilizing evidence-based supported employment models of care.
Education:  Requires Bachelor’s Degree in a Behavioral, Social Science, Humanities or Education field.
Experience:  Requires experience working with individuals with mental illness, must be able to work independently as well as with a team. Good organizational skills are a must.
Hours of work:  8 am to 5 PM Monday-Friday; may vary based on agency need
Licensure/Certification:  Ability to be credentialed as a Qualified Mental Health Professional.  Valid Texas driver’s license and are insurable by agency insurance.  Continued employment is contingent upon successful completion of Adult Needs and Strengths Assessment (ANSA) certification as well as Illness, Management and Recovery (IMR) certification.
Physical requirements:  Ability to drive a vehicle; communicate effectively both verbally & written.   Ability to sit or stand for extended periods of time.  Good computer skills a must; ability to pass the Preventative Management of Aggressive Behavior (PMAB) Training as well as all other physical requirements for this position.
Facility: Brazos County

CASEWORKER II (270)

Posting Date: 6/28/2019                                                                                          
Open Until Filled
Salary:  $32,454 to $39,550 Annually                    
Salary is based on education & experience

 Job Description:  Provides mental health services to children with serious emotional/behavioral disorders and to their families according to routine and intensive case management models; conducts activities to assist a child gain access to medical, social, educational and other appropriate services that help a child achieve a quality of life and community participation acceptable to the child and family; provides wraparound planning to children with multiple complex needs; provides skills training to the child and family to improve functioning in home, school and community.
Education:  Required Bachelor’s degree in a behavioral, social sciences, humanities or education field. 
Experience:  Prefers previous casework or teaching experience with persons with mental illness.
Hours of Work:  8 am - 5 pm Monday – Friday, generally. At times may need to have a flexible schedule to accommodate needs of program and families.
Licenses/Certifications: Ability to be credentialed as a Qualified Mental Health Professional; valid Texas Driver’s license and insurable by Agency insurance; Continued employment is contingent upon successful completion of Adult Needs and Strengths Assessment (ANSA) certification as well as Illness, Management and Recovery (IMR) certification.
Physical Requirements:  Light lifting under 15 lbs., moderate carrying 15-44 lbs., simple grasping, walking, sitting, standing, operating a motor vehicle, operating office equipment including a computer, ability to see and hear (with aid), ability to read, write and count, ability to maintain confidentiality, ability to work closely with others; ability to pass the Preventative Management of Aggressive Behavior (PMAB) Training as well as all other physical requirements for this position.
Facility: Child & Adolescent Services, Bryan, TX

ADMIN TECH I / ACCOUNTING CLERK (071)

Posting Date: 6/28/2019                                                                                                    
Open Until Filled
Salary:  $26,535 to $29,348 Annually                       
Salary is based on education and experience

 Job Description:   Process accounting transactions which includes but is not limited to prepare and enter vouchers, create routine journal entries, track grant expenditures, reconcile vendor statements, and create weekly bank deposits. Other duties as required.
Education:  Requires High School Diploma or GED
Experience:  Minimum of two years accounting or bookkeeping experience required.  Proficient with Excel and familiar with other Microsoft Office applications.
Hours of Work:  Monday through Friday; 8am to 5pm
Licenses/Certification:  Must have a Texas driver’s license and be insurable by the agency insurance.
Physical Requirements:  The ability to sit for long periods of time; to lift less than 10 pounds; the ability to use office equipment to include but not limited to calculator, and computer.  Ability to communicate effectively and professionally with staff and vendors. 
Facility: 1504 Texas Ave. Financial Services Department.

CASEWORKER II (486)

Posting Date:  6/20/2019                                                                                                    
Open Until Filled
Salary: $32,454 to $39,550 Annually                      Salary is based on education & experience

 Job Description: Provides mental health services to children with serious emotional/behavioral disorders and to their families according to routine and intensive case management models; conduct activities to assist a child gain access to medical, social, educational, and other appropriate services that help a child achieve a quality of life and community participation acceptable to the child and family; provides wraparound planning to children with multiple complex needs; provides skills training to the child and family to improve functioning in home, school and community.
Education: Required Bachelor’s Degree in a behavioral, social sciences, humanities or education field. Master’s Degree preferred
Experience: Prefer 2-3 years of previous casework or teaching experience with children/youth with mental illness.
Hours of Work: 8am—5pm Monday—Friday, generally at times may need to have a flexible schedule to accommodate needs of program and families.
Licenses/Certifications: Ability to be credentialed as a Qualified Mental Health Professional; valid Texas driver’s license and insurable by Agency insurance. Continued employment is contingent upon successful completion of Adult Needs and Strengths Assessment (ANSA) certification as well as Illness, Management and Recovery (IMR) certification.
Physical Requirements: Light lifting under 15lbs., moderate carrying 15-44lbs., simple grasping, walking, standing, operating a motor vehicle, operating office equipment including a computer, ability to see and hear (with aid), ability to read, write, count, ability to maintain confidentiality, and ability to work closely with others; ability to pass the Preventative Management of Aggressive Behavior (PMAB) Training as well as all other physical requirements for this position.
Service Area: Brazos County

THERAPIST TECH I (298)

Posting Date: 5/28/2019                                                                                     
Open Until Filled
Salary: $19,450 to $22,243 Annually                      
Salary is based on education & experience

 Job Description: Performs beginning level of work providing shift supervision to clients with intellectual disabilities. Position will assist consumers with intellectual disabilities in a residential group home setting. Position will implement training and service objectives and assess client’s needs and strengths. Person is responsible for maintaining proper clinical documentation. Person must demonstrate and maintain competency in job functions.
Education: Requires High School Diploma or GED.
Experience: Prefer experience working with persons with intellectual disabilities.
Hours of Work: Overnight shift; Hours of work may vary.
Licenses/Certifications: Valid Texas driver’s license and must be insurable by Agency insurance.
Physical Requirements: Sight, hearing, ability to walk, talk, ability to lift up to 50lbs., ability to communicate effectively; ability to pass the Preventative Management of Aggressive Behavior (PMAB) Training as well as all other physical requirements for this position.
Facility: Brenham, Washington County

CASEWORKER II (494)

Posting Date: 5/30/2019                                                                                      
Open Until Filled
Salary: $32,454 to $39,550 Annually                     
Salary is based on education & experience

 Job Description: Serves as a Local Intellectual and Developmental Disability Authority’s (LIDDA) representative of the Community Living Options Information Process (CLOIP) Program to provide standardized information, explanation, and educational materials of available community living options to all individuals ages 22 and above who are residents of Brenham State Supported Living Center and the residents’ Legally Authorized Representative.  For persons interested in/desiring community placement in a specific location, coordinates and facilitates details including arranging sample community tours prior to annual servicer planning team (SPT) meetings. Submits results of tours, explanation of community living options and interviews with individuals, LARs or advocates to individual’s SSLC SPT. Attends annual SPT meetings of all assigned individuals to discuss community living options. Also provides all information gathered to the individual’s  designated LIDDA  Documents above activities as required by Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) and MHMRABV; Must have access to a personal vehicle, will require routine travel to Brenham State Supported Living Center. For eligible nursing facility residents, provides Habilitation Coordination for Preadmission Screening and Residential Review (PASRR), within all seven counties, including: Brazos, Washington, Burleson, Grimes, Leon, Madison, and Robertson Counties. Service Coordination involves accessing medical, social, educational, and other appropriate services that will help an individual achieve a quality of life and community participation acceptable to the individual which is based on a Service Plan (SP). The Service Coordinator will negotiate and facilitate the array of services and supports needed to address the individual’s personal goals and desired outcomes as identified through the Service Coordination Assessment and Service Planning Team. The Service Coordinator is responsible for ensuring planned services and supports are implemented and appropriately documented. The Service Coordinator will advocate and ensure consistent interactions with nursing facility and other agencies as necessary.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with a major in social, behavioral, or human services field.
Experience: Requires one year experience working directly with persons who have and intellectual or developmental disabilities/meet QIDP credentialing requirements.  Prefer experience with prior casework or service coordination experience working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities: must be computer literate, requires excellent verbal and written communication skills, requires excellent organization skills, including the ability to meet rigid timelines and manage multiple priorities.
Hours of Work: Monday—Friday, 8:00am—5:00pm; some flexibility maybe required occasionally.
License/Certifications: Valid Texas driver’s license & must be insurable by Agency’s insurance.
Physical Requirements: Ability to drive a vehicle, communicate effectively both verbally and written, ability to sit or stand for extended periods of time; good computer skills a must; ability to lift/carry under 30lbs; ability to pass the Preventative Management of Aggressive Behavior (PMAB) Training as well as all other physical requirements for this position.
Facility: IDD Authority Services/Mary Lake Site, Bryan, Texas

CASEWORKER II (311)

Posting Date: 5/29/2019                                                                                      
Open Until Filled
Salary: $32,454 to $39,550 Annually                     
Salary is based on education & experience

 Job Description: As a LIDDA Service Coordinator, provide crisis prevention and management, monitoring, assessment, and service planning and coordination to children and adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities (IDD) enrolled in LIDDA General Revenue Services, Community First Choice, and Texas Home Living Medicaid Waiver Program; and residing in local service area of Brazos, Burleson, Grimes, Leon, Madison, Robertson, and Washington Counties. Service Coordination involves accessing medical, social, educational, and other appropriate services that will help an individual achieve a quality of life and community participation acceptable to the individual which is based on a Person Directed Plan (PDP). The Service Coordinator will negotiate and facilitate the array of services and supports needed to address the individual’s personal goals and desired outcomes as identified through the Service Coordination Assessment and Service Planning Team. The Service Coordinator is responsible for ensuring planned services and supports are implemented and appropriately documented. Will advocate and ensure consistent interactions with other agencies.
Education: Requires bachelor’s or advanced degree with a major in a behavioral, social, or human service field, including but not limited to psychology, social work, medicine, nursing, rehabilitation, counseling, sociology, human development, gerontology, educational psychology, education, and criminal justice.
Experience: Prefer experience working with individuals with IDD; must be able to work independently as well as with a team. Good organizational skills are a must.
Hours of Work: 8:00am—5:00pm Monday through Friday; may require after-hours flexibility to meet the needs of the person in service/program.
Licensure/Certifications: Must have reliable transportation and a good driving record. Must have a valid Texas driver’s license and be insurable by Agency insurance.
Physical Requirements: Ability to drive a vehicle, ability to communicate effectively; knowledge of case management principles, objectives, standards and methods; knowledge of Medicaid waiver program services and non-Medicaid waiver program services;; skill in determining individual needs assessment and the ability to respond to changes required; ability to comprehend and implement program goals; ability to pass the Preventative Management of Aggressive Behavior (PMAB) Training as well as all other physical requirements for this position.
Facility: LIDDA Service Coordination Unit (Butler), Bryan, TX.

HCS CASE WORKER II (240)

Posting Date: 5/30/2019                                                                                      
Open Until Filled
Salary: $32,454 to $39,550 Annually                      
Salary is based on education & experience

 Job Description: To provide day-to-day coordination of services for adults and children with Intellectual Developmental Disabilities or a Related Condition enrolled into the Home and Community-based Services (HCS) Medicaid Waiver Program; to develop and monitor the Implementation Plan (IP) of personal outcomes developed from the Person Directed Plan (PDP); to develop and monitor the Individual Plan of Care, other pertinent assessments, and ensure continuity of services; make referrals for needed services; documentation of services provided/referrals made/interactions with providers, etc.; develop and engage in positive relationships with the HCS recipients/LAR/Advocate/Family Member, LIDDA Service Coordinator, community service providers, nursing and other professionals to assure the appropriate services are provided in a timely manner.
Education: Requires at minimum a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services field, including but not limited to sociology, special education, rehabilitation counseling or psychology.
Experience: Two years’ experience with knowledge of HCS Medicaid Waiver Program is preferred; prefer experience working with persons with developmental disabilities or related conditions; knowledge of HCS rules, billing guidelines, standards and methods required; knowledge of habilitative and rehabilitative community based services; skill in determining individual needs assessment and the ability to respond to changes required; ability to comprehend and implement program goals; must be able to work independently as well as with a team. Good organizational skills are a must.
Hours of Work: 8:00am—5:00pm Monday through Friday; may require after-hours and weekends flexibility to meet the needs of the person in service/program.
Licensure/Certification: QIDP preferred. Must have reliable transportation and a good driving record. Must have a valid Texas driver’s license and be insurable by Agency insurance.
Physical Requirements: Ability to driver vehicle; ability to communicate effectively; ability to lift at least 30lbs.;  ability to pass the Preventative Management of Aggressive Behavior (PMAB) Training as well as all other physical requirements for this position.
Facility: Position will office out of Brenham and Bryan TX Offices.

LPHA SUPERVISOR (479)

Posting Date: 5/14/2019                                                                                           
Open Until Filled
Salary: $48,959 to $53,979 Annually                          
Salary is based on education & experience

 Job Description: This position serves as Team Leader for designated mental health team. Staff member will provide first line supervision to Routine and Rehab Recovery Facilitators within the team, including Adult and Child and Adolescent Services. Staff member will also oversee daily operations of case management and crisis services within the team, including delegating tasks to team members. Staff member will be responsible for ensuring clients are served efficiently utilizing policies and procedures as written for the unit. This position provides diagnostician services and determines if individuals meet DSHS definition of priority population. This position thus serves as the “front-door” for deciding eligibility for ongoing mental health services, prescribing level of need and prescribing necessary treatment modalities. Additionally, this position provides cognitive behavioral therapy and cognitive processing therapy to individuals meeting criteria for these services.
Education: Master’s Degree and licensed as LPHA
Experience: Should have considerable experience, knowledge and training in the area of assessment and crisis intervention and should have experience working with adults and/or children in crisis situations as well as experience with coordinating services with social services agencies.
Hours of Work: Generally Monday-Friday; 8am-5pm, adjustment in work hours may be warranted to meet the needs of the program.
Licenses/Certifications: Required LPC or LCSW certification. Must have reliable transportation and a good driving record, valid Texas driver’s license and must be insurable by Agency insurance.
Physical Requirements: Light lifting under 15lbs., moderate carrying 15-44lbs., simple grasping, walking, sitting, standing, operating a motor vehicle, operating office equipment, ability to see and hear (with aid), ability to read, write, count, ability to maintain confidentiality, ability to work closely with others; and the ability to pass the Preventative Management of Aggressive Behavior (PMAB) Training as well as all other physical requirements for this position.
Facility: Madison, Leon, Grimes Counties, TX.

50% PEER PROVIDER (488)

Posting Date: 2/11/2019                                                            
Open Until Filled
Salary: $9,881 to $10,796.50 Annually                  
Salary is based on education & experience

 Job Description: As a member of the Adult Mental Health Case Management Department, contributes in a peer support capacity to facilitate recovery and enhance wellness. Serve as a role model for recovery, staff and consumers. Supports people using services to develop self-help skills. Provides practical support for people using services to access and utilize community support networks, such as transportation support, accompaniment, etc. Educate people about the range of available services in and beyond the agency. Assist peers in the recovery of mental illness by providing independent living, coordination, employment-related, and housing-related services to enable the individual to reside in the community and avoid more restrictive levels of treatment, participate as member of peers’ interdisciplinary team; complete all Center-required documentation in Agency clinical software system.
Education: Required High School Diploma or high school equivalency certificate issued in accordance with the law of the issuing state.
Experience: At least one cumulative year of receiving mental health services from or through the Department of State Health Services.
Hours of Work: 9:00am—1:00pm daily; schedule may be flexible in order to attend meetings, scheduled appointments, etc.
Licenses/Certifications: Valid Texas driver’s license and must be insurable by Agency insurance.
Physical Requirements: Light lifting under 15lbs., moderate carrying 15-44lbs., simple grasping, walking, sitting, standing, operating a motor vehicle, operating office equipment including a computer, ability to see and hear (with aid), ability to read, write and count, ability to maintain confidentiality, ability to work closely with others; ability to pass the Preventative Management of Aggressive Behavior (PMAB) Training as well as all other physical requirements for this position.
Facility: Will provide services to the following counties: Burleson County (Caldwell); Grimes County (Navasota); and Washington County (Brenham).

UM/QM PROGRAM DIRECTOR (440)

Posting Date: 2/5/2019                                                                                       
Open Until Filled
Salary: $53,934 to $59,095 Annually                     
Salary is based on education & experience

 Job Description: Responsible for the day to day oversight and supervision of the Utilization and Quality Management department in the development and monitoring of processes to ensure effective management of clinical resources, and the quality delivery and ongoing improvement of mental health and intellectual developmental services in accordance with applicable laws and the Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) contract requirements. Responsibilities also include oversight of utilization reviews and approving level of care for mental health services in accordance with State utilization management guidelines.
Education: Requires Licensure as an LPC, RN, LCSW, or LMFT.
Experience: Requires a minimum of 5 years of experience in the treatment of individuals with mental illness or chemical dependency, with a least 1 year in program oversight.; must be proficient with Microsoft Excel and data analysis.
Hours of Work: 8:00am—5:00pm, M-F; adjustments in work hours may be warranted to meet the needs of the program.
Licensure/Certification: Be licensed to practice in the State of Texas as a: Licensed Professional Counselor; Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist; Registered Nurse, or Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
Physical Requirements: Ability to drive a vehicle; communicate effectively both verbally & written; ability to sit or stand for extended periods of time; Good computer skills are a must; ability to pass the Preventative Management of Aggressive Behavior (PMAB) Training as well as all other physical requirements for this position.
Facility: Bryan, TX.

FACILITIES MAINTENANCE MECHANIC (280)

Posting Date: 2/5/2019                                                                                       
Open Until Filled
Salary: $26,563 to $29,032 Annually                     
Salary is based on education & experience

 Job Description: To perform skilled maintenance & repair work in electrical, plumping, mechanical maintenance of agency’s facilities & equipment. To regularly inspect the condition of the agency’s building & facilities and to respond to calls for maintenance service. To provide building & vehicle maintenance for the day-to-day operations of facilities which includes: construction & daily maintenance; purchasing all materials competitively to achieve this function; vehicle fleet support services which includes; operation of a vehicle fleet to meet all needs including maintenance & repairs on competitive basis; compliance with MHMRABV Facilities and Vehicle standards over a seven county area. Local travel to the seven counties required, company vehicle provided.  Must be able to manage & accomplish multi-tasks as well as work independently and able to assume responsibilities of the Facilities/Vehicle Manager during absences.
Education: Requires High School Diploma or GED.
Experience: Requires experience working building & vehicle maintenance. Prefer but not mandatory bilingual in English/Spanish.
Hours of Work: 7am-4pm; M-F; adjustment in work days & hours may be warranted to meet needs of the program.
Licensure/Certifications: Valid Texas driver’s license and are insurable by agency insurance.
Physical Requirements: Ability to drive a vehicle; communicate effectively both verbally & written; ability to push, pull, bend, kneel, reach above shoulders, climb ladder, and carry up to 100 pounds; ability to pass the Preventative Management of Aggressive Behavior (PMAB) Training as well as all other physical requirements for this position.
Facility: 1504 S Texas Ave, Bryan, TX.

60% THERAPIST TECH I (361)

Posting Date: 10/12/2018                                                                                      
Open Until Filled
Salary: $11,670 to $13,345.80 Annually                     
Salary is based on education & experience

 Job Description: Performs beginning level work providing habilitation training and homemaking to clients with intellectual & developmental disabilities. Position will assist IDD clients in home based and community settings. Position will implement training service objectives and assess client’s needs and strengths and provide transportation within the community. MUST have reliable transportation, and a good driving record. Good documentation skills required.
Education: Requires High School Diploma or GED
Experience: Working with consumers with IDD; but will try right candidate.
Hours of Work: 8:00am—5:00pm; Monday through Friday; hours vary, must be flexible
Licenses/Certifications: Current TX driver’s license and be insurable by Agency vehicle.
Physical Requirements:  Ability to stand, walk, sight, hearing; ability to talk, ability to lift; ability to pass the Preventative Management of Aggressive Behavior (PMAB) Training as well as all other physical requirements for this position.
Facility:  HCS, Bryan, TX.

 

 

PART-TIME PSYCHIATRIC NURSE PRACTITIONER (81)

Posting Date: 1/11/2018                                                                                      
Open Until Filled
Salary: Negotiable                                                     
Salary is based on education & experience

 Job Description: Works in collaboration with a physician to assess the physical and psychiatric needs of patients with major mental illnesses. Prescribes medications and make
recommendations for other therapeutic forms of treatment as part of a clinical treatment team in the provision of compassionate, efficient and recovery oriented patient care. Some travel within 7 county areas may be required.
Education: Requires a Master’s of Science degree in Nursing and certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and recognized by the Texas Board of Nursing in specialty area of psychiatry for advanced practice.
Experience: Required:  Experience as Nurse Practitioner working with individuals with serious and persistent mental illness helpful.
Hours of Work: To be determined…
Licenses/Certifications: Registered Nurse with current Texas license; National Certification as Nurse Practitioner; Advanced practice recognition by Texas Board of Nursing; Valid Texas driver’s license and must be insurable by Agency.
Physical Requirements: Ability to drive a vehicle, communicate effectively both verbally and written, ability to sit or stand for extended periods of time; good computer skills a must; ability to lift/carry under 30lbs; ability to pass the Preventative Management of Aggressive Behavior (PMAB) Training as well as all other physical requirements for this position.
Facility: Medication Clinic, Bryan

PRN POSITION/S AVAILABLE

We occasionally look for people to work as a PRN (as needed basis).  If interested, please write PRN along with the job title you are applying for on the applicant data sheet where it asks what position(s) you are applying for.

 

PRN THERAPIST TECH
Updated: 12/15/2017
Salary: $9.35 TO $10.69 hourly                       
Salary is based on education & experience

 Job Description: Performs beginning level work providing shift supervision to individuals with intellectual & developmental disabilities.  Position will assist individuals with intellectual & developmental disabilities in a residential group home setting/community.  Position will implement training and service objectives and assessment needs and strengths; Responsible for maintaining proper clinical documentation.  Must demonstrate and maintain competency in job functions.
Education: High school diploma or high school equivalency certificate issued in accordance with the law of the issuing state.
Experience:  Preferred experience working with individuals with intellectual & developmental disabilities.
Hours of Work:  Hours of work may vary and shift work is required to meet the needs of the program.
Licenses/Certifications:  Valid Texas driver's license and must be insurable by Agency insurance; Must provide valid driver’s license, social security card and proof of education at interview.
Physical Requirements:  Ability to drive a vehicle, communicate effectively both verbally and written, ability to sit or stand for extended periods of time; good computer skills a must; ability to lift/carry under 30lbs; ability to pass the Preventative Management of Aggressive Behavior (PMAB) Training as well as all other physical requirements for this position.
Facility:  Brenham, Bryan, Grimes, Hearne, and Madisonville areas. (One week of mandatory training in the Bryan office)

PSYCHIATRIST (268) (8)

Posting Date: 12/15/2017
Updated: 5/23/2018
Salary is Negotiable

 Other benefits include: Health/Dental; Employer match retirement; vacation/sick leave; mileage reimbursement; fully paid professional liability insurance; ten paid holidays; life insurance; AFLAC available.

 Job Description: Provide psychiatric evaluations, diagnostic and treatment services to adults with severe and persistent mental illness. Position reports directly to the Psychiatric Medical Director. Deliver clinical psychiatric services consistent with approved program/services models, recovery philosophy of care, Board policies, agency administrative procedures, and applicable laws, rules, and regulations. Works collegially with staff from all professional disciplines as clinical leader of an interdisciplinary team committed to assuring high quality coordinated care for members of the target population. Participates in the development of individual service plans which target appropriate goals/objectives to address problems identified during the psychiatric/behavioral assessment; implements psychiatric interventions including but not limited to, prescribing/monitoring of psychiatric medications; monitors the individual’s response to psychiatric/behavioral interventions and adjusts interventions to the individual’s changing needs. Excellent knowledge of atypical anti-psychotic meds, medication management, rapid emergency psychiatric assessment, crisis stabilization in patient experience and documentation skills are very necessary to perform job duties.
Education: Degreed as a medical doctor and licensed to practice medicine in the State of Texas; Board Certified or eligible in Psychiatry.
Experience: Minimum of 3-5 years of clinical experience preferred.
Hours of Work: 8:00AM —5:00PM Monday through Friday. Adjustment in work hours may be warranted to meet the needs of the program.
Licenses/Certifications: Must have a valid Texas drivers’ license; have valid insurance and be insurable with Center’s insurance company. Continued employment is contingent upon successful completion of Adult Needs and Strengths Assessment (ANSA) certification as well as Illness, Management and Recovery (IMR) certification.
Physical Requirements: Ability to sit for long periods of time; to communicate effectively orally and in writing; physically able to perform job duties; ability to pass the Preventative Management of Aggressive Behavior (PMAB) Training as well as all other physical requirements for this position.
Facility: Bryan, TX.

 

 

50% FAMILY PARTNER (62)

Posting Date: 6/1/2016
Updated: 12/15/2017
Salary: $9,881 to $10,796.50 Annually
Salary is based on education & experience                  

 Job Description: Actively support the caregivers of a child in MH services through advocacy, mentoring, role modeling and serving as support group facilitator. May also provide parenting skills training to caregivers according to guidelines and may also assist in navigating of child serving systems including mental health, education, juvenile justice, social security disability, and child protective services. Position requires local travel to 7-county region.
Education: High School Diploma or GED.
Experience: Preferred Certified Family Partner
Hours of Work: Monday—Friday 8am—5pm; hours may vary
Licensure/Certifications: Valid Texas driver’s license and must be insurable by Agency insurance, must obtain and maintain Family Partner Certification.
Physical Requirements: Ability to communicate effectively both verbally & written, good computer skills are a must; ability to lift/carry under 30lbs; ability to pass the Preventative Management of Aggressive Behavior (PMAB) Training as well as all other physical requirements for this position.
Facility: Bryan, TX.