Wraparound Facilitator - Paraprofessionals

Description:

Professional Counseling Associates (PCA), a multi-clinic community mental health services provider in central Arkansas, is searching for a Wraparound Facilitator. This non-exempt position works under the supervision of the Community Care Director and in conjunction with the Chief Clinical Officer. This position will assess the strengths and needs of clients; plan, provide access, and coordinate holistic continuing care and services for children and adolescents.

Essential functions include: Provide Wraparound meetings for qualified families within the service area (Pulaski, Lonoke, and Prairie Counties), including non-PCA clients; Aid families in developing a wraparound team, with guidance from the clients; Periodically review wraparound plans with the team and family; Encourage the expansion of wraparound availability; Provide emergency services to client and community (by both telephone and face-to-face) around the clock; Provide group, individual, marital and family treatment in conjunction with a qualified Mental Health Professional and in accordance with the master treatment plan; Provide on-site and off-site interventions; Aid clients in their ability to access community resources, in person and by telephone; Provide for personal safety and that of clients; Work irregular and/or extended hours as indicated by client needs; Maintain voice accessibility to clients and/or other treatment providers.

Requirements:
Must be a qualified mental health paraprofessional as defined by State Standards. Past experience in mental health and utilization of community resources is preferred.
Must have one of the following credentials: Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Social Work or other related field or a licensed nurse who does meet the criteria of mental health professional under the state standards.
Criminal background check, safe driving record and drug screening are required.
CPR and First Aid Training are required.

Professional Counseling Associates (PCA) is a non-profit Mental Health Community Services provider whose goal is to put our clients’ needs first and provide the highest standard of service in everything we do. We offer competitive salaries and pay 100% of employee’s health and dental benefits, long term disability, and life insurance. Additional benefits are available at the employee’s expense, including short term disability, vision, health savings accounts, and various critical illness options. We also offer a 401k. PCA is proud to be an Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity workplace. To apply for an open position, please visit our Web site at pca-ar.org and submit via e-mail an application, resume and cover letter to: Leesa Ferguson, Human Resources Director at leesa.ferguson@pca-ar.org. Thank you for your interest in PCA.

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