The MCOT Crisis Interventionist works as part of a multidisciplinary team with Qualified Mental Health Professionals, RNs, Licensed Clinicians, and Psychiatrists to provide crisis services for any aged individual in any community settings, including: hospitals, jails, nursing facilities, schools, healthcare offices, and residential areas. This person will provide timely crisis response to our crisis hotline, and perform crisis screenings and assessments to determine level of risk and develop appropriate intervention. Additional responsibilities  include coordination of psychiatric hospitalization, discharge planning for continuity of care, crisis follow-up services and internal coordination with various programs and services such as Crisis Respite or the Crisis Treatment Center.

Knowledge, Skills, and Essential Functions
  • Excellent written communication  and basic computer knowledge for inputting clinical documentation
  • Excellent verbal communication with clients, staff, and community providers
  • Time management required to meet service goals
  • Travel includes 50% local and 30% regional to individuals in need
  • Stooping, bending, sitting, standing, and lifting up to 30 lbs.
  • Ability to be CPR and SAMA certified
  • Valid driver's license, liability insurance, and reliable transportation required
Education and Experience
  • Master's in social work, psychology or related field with ability to obtain Qualified Mental Health Professional credentialing
  •  Full licensure as  LCP, LCSW, RN etc. Required
  • 1 year of case management experience Preferred
  • Experience in health care setting, public mental health crisis services Preferred
Hours: Full-time Mon-Fri 8AM-5PM 40 hours  a week

Salary: $45,000 Annual for LPC or LCSW
Salary: $43,000 Annual for RN

Location: Clifton Street Clinic/MCOT

Department: Clifton Street Clinic
This is a full time position

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