On-Call Crisis Worker
Description
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
SASS (Screening, Assessment, and Support Services)
On-Call Crisis Worker
 

Type: On-Call Position, Nights, Weekends, Holidays, 8-10 shifts per month (Part-Time)

Fiscal Year 2019

 

SUMMARY

Screening, Assessment, and Support Service (SASS), is a 90-day intensive based program for children, adolescents and their families in crisis. SASS provides intensive mental health services for children and youth who may need hospitalization for mental health care. SASS will also provide crisis intervention, linkage and coordination of services to other community based mental health agencies for aftercare and outpatient treatment. The SASS program's main focus is to stabilize the family and maintain the youth at home and in the community. The program serves youth in all of Kane and Kendall counties.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. 

  • Responsible for accepting crisis calls from the CARES line within 10 minutes of call
  • Responsible for providing a crisis screening to client at location requested within 90 minutes of initial CARES call.  As part of the assessment, the Crisis Worker must assess risk, presenting problem, social history, self-care habits, and family system.  Intake forms and appropriate releases must also be completed
  • Responsible for networking with collaterals on behalf of crisis/active clients, for facilitation of level of care determined
  • Responsible for attending group supervision once a month
  • Responsible for discussing cases with supervisor in clinical, individual and/or group supervision as need arises
  • Responsible for completion of and meeting deadlines for all clinical paperwork for clients served
  • Responsible for completion of and meeting deadlines for all agency administrative paperwork, including: 1009’s, case notes, time sheets, expense sheets and any other administrative or agency requested reports
  • Responsible for attending meetings as requested by supervisor
  • Responsible for serving on Agency and/or Program Committees when requested by supervisor.
  • Responsible for working at least two agency holidays per year
  • Responsible for educating the community regarding the SASS program in the service area
  • Responsible for facilitating positive networking relationships with community service providers and/or networks as assigned by supervisor
  • Pursue and maintain licensure and/or certification that is available and appropriate to educational/professional background
  • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor
  • Perform business related travel as needed
  • Participate in agency Risk Management and Performance Quality Improvement activities
  • Perform job responsibilities with a positive attitude
  • Responsible for promoting collegiality at the workplace by working collaboratively with others
  • Maintain FSA equipment 

BENEFITS

Eligible for flexible spending plan, Simple IRA, training budget of $125/year, flexible holiday option per policy, availability of supervision toward licensure and flexible work schedule. 


Requirements

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE 

The candidate must possess at least a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, Social Work or another related field. Bilingual (English/Spanish) strongly preferred. 


Family Service Association of Greater Elgin is committed to equal employment opportunity.

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