Position Information

Posted
Feb 25, 2022

Closes
Apr 25, 2022

Description

Duties:

Several Positions Open

$750 sign on bonus

Psychology and counseling students- both undergraduate and graduate, encouraged to apply.


RESIDENT PHYSICAL CARE

  • Facilitate resident medical and other outside appointments, including but not limited to setting appointments, communicating appointments to appropriate staff, and transporting residents.
  • Administer medications as appropriate.
  • Review medication records daily for errors and/or omissions, report any discrepancies to Program Manager, and document on the compliance review calendar.
  • Maintain and oversee medication records, including but not limited to communicating with the pharmacy to obtain new prescriptions and refills, and all necessary record keeping for same.
  • Administer first aid to resident in response to minor medical problems as appropriate.
  • Notify Resident Staff Supervisor and/or Program Director of any significant resident medical complaint.
RESIDENT ACCEPTABLE HABIT AND ATTITUDE DEVELOPMENT
  • Keep residents on established awake/asleep and activity schedules.
  • Guide residents in personal hygiene techniques and the proper care of their rooms and other living spaces.
  • Assist residents in meal preparation steps.
  • Guide and instruct residents in proper housekeeping and laundry procedures; supervise completion of daily chores.
  • Use good interpersonal communication skills to gain resident cooperation and resolve resident conflicts.
  • RESIDENT BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT Exercise fair, firm and consistent use of behavioral system (point sheet).
  • Exercise appropriate intervention in accordance with the least restrictive alternative to protect resident from harming self or others.

RESIDENT INDIVIDUALIZED SERVICE PLAN IMPLEMENTATION

  • Contribute to the formulation and implementation of the resident's treatment plan.
  • Interact with all residents in accordance with the treatment plan and the therapeutic process.
  • Maintain therapeutic relationships with resident which does not allow self-disclosure of personal or social information.
  • Review progress notes and staff log documentation daily for compliance with company standards, report any discrepancies to the Program Manager and document on the compliance review calendar.
  • Record accurate and complete information in the resident chart.

Requirements: 

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

Must have at least a high school diploma or GED, with at least one year of experience providing direct services to individuals with a diagnosis of mental illness and a proven minimum of 90 hours of related classroom training; OR a bachelor's degree or associates degree in human services related field and 3 months or more providing direct services to individuals with a diagnosis of mental illness.

How to apply:

Apply online, email or call.

Salary
15-17 hourly

Hours per week
Negotiable

Specific hours
Negotiable


Employer Information

Contact
Marissa Vermillera

Phone
804-612-3311

Email
mvermillera@intercepthealth.com

Website
https://interceptyouth.isolvedhire.com/jobs/528228.html

Address
, Shenandoah House, ,

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