A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION PROVIDING MENTAL HEALTH SOLUTIONS
Under the direction and supervision of the Program Managers for Victory Wellness and Valley Employment Services, the Employment Liaison (EL) is responsible for providing pre-vocational services; rehabilitative services (e.g., group); field-based services for the purposes of outreach and engagement; linkage to resources regarding benefits and entitlements; working collaboratively with Center staff in order to transition consumers effectively to services provided through both Valley Employment Services (VES) and the Department of Rehabilitation. Additionally, to work collaboratively with Center staff and each consumer in order to develop service goals, with the overall goal being obtaining and maintaining employment, leading to self-reliance and self-sufficiency. The EL serves as the “point” of contact with VES regarding case coordination.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provides pre-vocational services including: helping consumers identify interests and strengths; exploring stages of work readiness and translatable skills; conducts financial assessments; addressing “on-the-job” disclosure (s) and job accommodation; exploring job preference and job tolerance; and promoting the value of “work” in creating self-sufficiency, self-reliance to consumers. Additionally, the EL “fast tracks” the Vocational Assessment process in order to help consumers identify employment goals.
Participates as a member of a multi-disciplinary treatment team, addressing treatment issues and coordination of care with both the Victory Wellness Center and VES teams.
Conducts weekly group, which addresses benefits and entitlements; skill building (e.g., coping skills, communication skills, conflict resolution skills, and problem solving skills); and identifying and addressing barriers to employment.
Completes all chart documentation within the timeframes established by both the Center and the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health.
Works collaboratively with Center staff in coordinating a smooth transition to VES and the Department of Rehabilitation Services. The EL serves as the point of contact with VES regarding case coordination.
Works collaboratively with Center staff and each consumer in the development of service goals, as well as analyzing outcomes.
Provides field-based services in order to outreach and engage consumers.
B.A. in Social Work, Psychology or related field desired.
Knowledge of chronically mentally ill population, crisis intervention techniques, community resources, Social Security and GR benefit packages.
Required to have a current California Driver’s License and be insurable by the Center’s auto insurance carrier.
Ability to speak Spanish is desirable for some positions in this classification.
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