Lead Clinician (Temporary Full-Time)

Role and Responsibilities

  • Provide clinical training to case management and/or therapy staff, including:
  • Completion of clinical documents-initial and annual packets, pre-planning, IPOS, quarterlies, discharges, progress notes, etc.
  • Completion of advanced clinical documents, including but not limited to: authorizations, respite referrals, request for consultation services, community living support requests, DBT referrals, and biopsychosocial assessment reviews
  • Education of proper process for engaging and developing relationships with consumers
  • Facilitate ongoing support/mentoring to improve performance measures, as needed
  • Assess/report performance issues of new case managers and/or therapists to corresponding care monitor
  • Participate in the quality improvement process to coordinate training components and corrective action planning processes
  • Coordinate with Program Director and/or Program Supervisor to improve site-specific processes/procedures and training
  • Provide case management and/or therapy services to “unseen” or “underserved” clients, including coverage as needed
  • Provide case management and/or therapy services to walk-in clients, as needed
  • Coordinating for community resources development and disseminating information to staff
  • Assisting with consumer engagement, including due diligence efforts and discharge planning
  • Train staff on assessments tools (i.e., CAFAS, PECFAS, LOCUS, DLA-20), as trainings become available and deemed necessary
  • Update and revise training materials to reflect changes made by local, region, state, payer and organizational level

Qualifications and Education Requirements

Applicant must be qualified to be a CMHP, QMHP, and QIDP and have a State Licensure as an LMSW, LLMSW, LMFT, LLMFT, LBSW, LLBSW, LPC, LLPC, TLLP, LLP, LP, RN, or a degree in a human service field from an accredited school.

To see children applicant with a bachelor's degree must also have 3 years of experience in the examination, evaluation, and treatment of minors and their families or a master's degree with one year of experience.

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Working telephone
  • Possess a valid driver’s license
  • Pass all regulatory checks
  • Must have specialized training or one year experience in treating or working with a person who has developmentally disabled and/or a mental illness
  • Obtain and maintain all required training for credentialing and licensing standards
  • Must obtain all required training of Taylor Life Center/Consumer Services, Inc.
  • Must obtain all required training of all contracted PIHP(S)

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Job Location: 

Flint, Michigan