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Employment Type:
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Posted:
2/20/2019
Job Category:
Health Care Provider
Engagment Coordinator Clubhouse
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Engagement Coordinator

Mental Health Services

Elm Brook Place Clubhouse in Burlington, MA is seeking a full time engagement coordintor to join a professionalteam supporting individuals with psychiatric disabilities in their recovery and wellness process.

Responsibilities:

Promote hope, autonomy and empowerment through person-centered supports and services.

Participate in the development individualized Action Plans for each assigned program member.

Actively co-create and engage groups of members in meaningful work that provides therapeutic daily structureand vocational preparation as well as the development of meaningful relationships.

Promote the development and linkage to natural community based supports.

Co-create and facilitate workshops pertinent to recovery, education and independent living skills.

Provide flexible on-site and off-site employment support as needed for members.

Provide flexible on-site and off-site entitlement support and education for members including explanation andplanning of Social Security work incentives, SNAP benefits etc.

Responsible for timely completion of required documentation such as daily billing, monthly notes as well as annualassessment and action plans for an assigned case load of members.

Other dutiesas required: Knowledge of culinary arts, nutrition and healthy cooking is a plus!

Schedule: M - F 8:00am - 4:00pm with flexibility in scheduling to assist with transportation and rotatingSaturday and holiday coverage.

Pay rate: $15.30 hourly

Requirements

Requires a bachelor's or master's degree in psychology, social work or related field and two years' experience in the mental health field. Must have a strong commitment to mental health recovery. Must have skills to establishsupportive relationships with persons with severe and persistent mental illnesses and respect for their preferences for supports and services. Ability to promote and maintain job opportunities in the community for members. Demonstrated ability to advocatefor community supports and services on behalf of members. Must have a valid Massachusetts Driver's license and ability to drive a 12 passenger van as needed.

Eliot Community Human Services offers a great benefits package that includes a competitive salary, 3 weeks' vacation, 12 sick days and 11 holidays. Eliot pays 75% of health and dental insurance and 100% of Life. AD & D. Shortand Long Term Disability insurance for full time employees. We also offer 401(k) retirement plan, Dependent Care plan, EAP, credit union, free college savings Tuition program and other voluntary benefits. The agency also has our own in-house training programwhich provides CEU's.

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Eliot Community Human Services, Inc. is a private non-profit human service agency with a network of services throughout 55 communities in the Commonwealth. Programs include quality residential, social, and vocational programs, ombudsman services, consultation, education and training as well as outpatient mental health services. The philosophical foundation of the Eliot network is our commitment to serving the most vulnerable of populations, those who are most at risk and have limited or no resources to access help. Each day this network serves over 1,500 children, adolescents, families, adults and seniors through 80 programs. These programs collaborate with one another, utilizing the expertise within the agency to provide the highest standard of quality services to our clients, their families, other caregivers and our funding sources.