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Senior Mental Health Services Coordinator

Washington County, Hillsboro, Oregon

Job - Health

Close Date: 02/25/2018

Are you a skilled mental health professional who has a passion for working with adults and children with developmental disabilities? If so, Come Lead with Us, by joining the Developmental Disability Division within Washington County's Health and Human Services Department as a Senior Mental Health Services Coordinator.

The Developmental Disability (DD) Division currently has several openings for Senior Mental Health Services Coordinators. These positions will perform a variety of tasks that includes coordination of services for adults and children with developmental disabilities who live on their own or with their families, or live in group homes and foster care homes.

Ideal candidates will have experience in the DD field including knowledge of caseload management, assessment procedures, team coordination, and effective report and plan writing. These positions require the ability to complete and review Individual Support Plans and supporting documents. In addition, candidates must be skilled communicators and have the ability to facilitate difficult conversations.

These positions also conduct assessments and evaluations, develop service plans, refer to outside service agencies and other resources, monitor plan-related services, maintenance of client records, conduct review of billable contacts, facilitate team meetings, develop resources for the Developmental Disabilities Program, and provide monitoring and training of a team of Services Coordinators.

Education and Experience
A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
A Bachelor's Degree and two (2) years of work experience in human services; OR
Six (6) years of equivalent training and work experience and knowledge of the public service system for developmental disability services in Oregon.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please visit our website at www.washcojobs.org and search for job# 2018-33.

Complete details: www.washcojobs.org