The SUD/MH Group Facilitator is responsible for facilitation of various groups. These groups include Evidence Based Practices (EBP), Curriculum, Psycho-Educational, and Process Groups. They will cover assigned groups as well as covering for staff absences. To enhance their clinical skills, they will also be assigned an individual client where they will be responsible for assessment, treatment planning, individual sessions, and team meetings.
Essential Functions of the Job
- Work closely with direct supervisor to provide quality group facilitation for assigned groups
- Perform all required record keeping and paperwork related to treatment and work at Meta House.
- Assist with on-site crisis intervention
- When approved and needed, serve as the primary therapist
- Utilize Motivational Interviewing skills when working with clients.
- Assist with the coordination of services that support the treatment program and/or client
Marginal Functions of the Job
- Participate in community resource meetings as assigned
- Participate in agency-wide policy/procedure or service committees as assigned
- Other duties as may be periodically or permanently assigned
Qualifications and Requirements
Other Skills Required
- Able to work cooperatively with other team members and agencies
- Organizational and planning skills
- Able to work in a multi-cultural setting
- Able to integrate mental health treatment into SUD treatment
- Able to understand and navigate insurance systems
- Computer skills including proficiency in Word, Excel, and other applications
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements
- All Meta House staff are required to provide proof of vaccination for MMR, Varicella, COVID-19, and annual flu shot.
- Adherence to a non-smoking work environment.
- Tolerate occasional hot or cold days.
- Alternate sitting or standing for extended periods of time at will.
- Lift and up to 25 pounds on a regular basis and 40 pounds on occasion.
- Ascend and descend stairs using feet and legs.
- Bend, stoop, twist, squat, and kneel to perform essential functions.
- Reach overhead, and at or below shoulder level.
- Read and enter text or data into a computer or other system.
- Seize, hold, grasp, turn, or otherwise work with hands.
- Touch, pick, punch or otherwise working with fingers.
- Hear, understand, and distinguish speech and/or other sounds in order to communicate with clients and/or colleagues.
- Express or exchange ideas by means of spoken word to impart oral information to clients or the public and convey detailed spoken instructions to others accurately, loudly, or quickly.
- See clearly at approximately 20 inches or less including use of computers or tablet.
- Visually identify clients and others for reasons including, but not limited to security, presence in the building.
- Valid Wisconsin driver’s license preferred
- Access to personal vehicle for work purposes preferred
- Auto insurance coverage with the following limits: 100k per person bodily injury/300k per accident bodily injury limit/100k property damage liability preferred