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DescriptionPosition: Grants Administrator Salary: $17.64 to $20.00 Per Hour, DOQ Position Type: Full Time Close Date: Until Filled Minimum Training & Experience A Bachelor’s degree in public or business administration, marketing, public relations, sociology, social work, or a related field along with two years of grant writing and management experience. The equivalent combination of education, training, and related work experience may be considered. Desirable Knowledge, Skills, & AbilitiesThis Notice is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of duties, knowledge, skills and abilities required to do the job. This is intended only to describe the general nature of the job. A more comprehensive list of duties, responsibilities and essential job functions is available on the job description. The City of Rock Hill is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, political affiliation, disability, national origin, genetic information, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical condition), or age. [post_title] => Grants Administrator [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => city-of-rock-hill-grants-administrator [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-03-17 13:06:04 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-03-17 17:06:04 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://jobsrockhill.com/?post_type=job_listing&p=37939 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => job_listing [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw )
Essential Job Functions
- Thorough knowledge of grant research, development, and administration.
- Considerable knowledge of tracking and organizational systems designed to manage follow-up processes.
- Skill in the operation of a personal computer and other office equipment.
- Ability to perform project management responsibilities.
- Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing while ensuring understanding and following up on completion of tasks.
- Ability to identify, analyze and develop successful proposals for funding opportunities for special programs.
- Ability to review dense informational documents to analyze requirements, determine eligibility, and to extract and summarize important points and significant details.
- Ability to collaborate effectively with staff from other departments who may have limited understanding of grants.
- Ability to learn new things from others and incorporate new knowledge into grant proposals and reports.
- Ability to effectively work under pressure, use independent judgment, and produce a quality product within tight time constraints.
- Ability to maintain positive customer-focused relationships with co-workers, supervisors, agencies, the general public, and all other internal and external customers. Personally demonstrates appropriate customer service skills.
- Work is performed onsite. The incumbent must be present at work to perform the essential functions of this job.
- Prepares grant proposals for various funding opportunities to support needs and projects across departments.
- Coordinates with departments to manage various grant awards, including large federal grants, to include writing and submitting programmatic and financial reports according to deadlines.
- Researches funding opportunities that may be applicable to our organization, being mindful of funding cycles, deadlines, etc.
- Coordinates and communicates with departments to identify needs and to complete and submit grant applications.
- Researches specific needs of departments and their programs/services to match funding opportunities with identified needs.
- Researches, summarizes, and promotes current grant opportunities that align with the strategic priorities of the City of Rock Hill.
- Locates and utilizes data by analysis to identify trends, needs, gaps and to "paint a clear picture" for grant applications.
- Performs all other duties as may be assigned to meet organizational needs.
- Full Time
- City of Rock Hill
- Rock Hill, SC
4 weeks ago
- May 16, 2021
WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 36897 [post_author] => 1 [post_date] => 2021-02-18 11:19:16 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-02-18 16:19:16 [post_content] => Minimum Qualifications: Certification in Administration preferred Experience in the field of counseling, social work, psychology, or related field preferred Maintains awareness of research and advancements in school-based mental health and substance abuse services to lead program advancements and improvements Skill in evaluating, planning and implementing services for students needing assistance Ability to work with individuals, groups and communities to improve mental health Supporter and advocate of the inclusion model for students Knowledge of instruction and innovative teaching methods of common behavioral/mental health diagnoses (DSM-5) and evidence-based therapeutic treatments for school-aged children Experience dealing with issues, including depression, addiction, stress, grief, low self-esteem and anxiety Outstanding verbal and written communication skills Skill in providing/assisting with inservice training of school personnel related to Mental Health Skill in interpersonal relations with pupils, parents, teachers, staff and the general public Outstanding references from current and former supervisors Satisfactory SLED (SC Law Enforcement Division) report Salary Range: Administrative Group 4 Length of Contract: 12 months Starting Date: 2021 - 2022 School Year College transcripts, three references, and a copy of appropriate credentials should also be submitted during the application process. Prior to employment, the District will request a criminal record history check for past action of crimes. For this reason, information about date of birth, gender, and race is requested as a part of the application process. The district reserves the right to make changes to the job posting/description as necessary to meet the district’s needs. JOB DESCRIPTION Director of Mental Health Purpose Statement: The Director of Mental Health under general supervision, performs a variety of professional, administrative, and leadership work to lead and coordinate activities in the area of Mental Health Services for Rock Hill Schools. The purpose of this position is to address the mental health needs facing the students of Rock Hill Schools. Work involves functioning as a member of the district-wide and when needed, school level MTSS team; providing professional development in classrooms and classroom coaching when dealing with students with mental health needs; ensuring the implementation of required policies and procedures affecting students and schools with mental health needs. Reviews school requests for student enrollment in school-based mental health services. Supervises and evaluates the work of staff. Employee is responsible for receiving and reviewing psychological reports, medical reports, IEPs, and achievement test results to assist in determining needed services and interventions for specific students. Work is guided by and must be in compliance with federal and state statutes and regulations. Position reports to Chief of Strategic Planning, Engagement, Program Support Essential Functions
- Remains current with school-based intervention research and using evidence-informed practices in service delivery. Interventions shall be designed to enhance positive educational experiences and involve the student, the family, other team members, school personnel, and community resources as needed.
- Provides crisis intervention services related to family violence, substance abuse, and behavioral disorders.
- Engages in advocacy that seeks to ensure that all students have equal access to education and services to enhance their academic progress.
- Ensures the implementation of required policies and procedures affecting students with mental health needs.
- Assists in the collection and analysis of data needed for the purpose of planning, reporting, securing services, and making decisions.
- Coordinates the provision of technical assistance to assigned schools including needed staff development.
- Facilitates the dissemination of best practices regarding behavioral and mental health supports.
- Establishes and maintains an on-going system of communication with school personnel, parents and community partners.
- Serves as a resource for principals, teachers, school staff and families regarding students with significant mental health needs. Provides recommendations, strategies and community resources to staff and families.
- Advocates for student transitions/mainstreaming opportunities by assisting IEP teams and/or MTSS teams with planning and supports to ensure successful outcomes for students with mental health needs.
- Utilizes collaborative approaches for involving all stakeholders in educational planning, implementation and evaluation.
- Gathers information, conducts observations, and reviews data to assist in placement recommendations regarding classrooms with mental health supports.
- Serves as a liaison to state and local agencies providing mental health support.
- Develops and administers a comprehensive, coordinated approach to providing mentalhealth support services on school sites by developing and maintaining strong partnerships between providers, schools, county departments, managed care organizations, and community based agencies.
- Directs the Rock Hill Schools collaboration with community agencies for School Based Mental Health Services (SBMH).
- Evaluates and responds to training and support needs, and guidance for Rock Hill Schools and agency staff providing services to schools.
- Develops and implements criteria for annual program evaluations of all school-based providers.
- Develops and maintains collaborative relationships across departments including Exceptional Student Services, Student Services, MTSS, Community Partnerships, and Instruction and Accountability.
- Provides direction for central office and school administrators to ensure consistent referral processes and delivery of services at all participating schools; responds to feedback and troubleshoots concerns.
- Serves as the liaison to local and regional in-patient facilities’ administrators to establish healthy transitions for students and families.
- Maintains awareness of research and advancements in school-based mental health and substance abuse services to lead program advancements and improvements.
- Ensures that program work align with district goals and objectives.
- Seek grants to close service gaps and improve overall quality of services available to Rock Hill Schools students.
- Reviews all requests for student enrollment in Rock Hill School Day Treatment Center.
- Develops memoranda of understand to ensures that partner agencies adhere to policies and applicable confidentiality laws.
- Advocates for underserved student populations to broaden availability of mental health Services.
- Performs related duties as assigned.
Director of Mental Health
- Full Time
- Rock Hill Schools
- Rock Hill, SC
2 months ago
- April 19, 2021
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BASIC BEHAVIOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Understands Keystone’s organizational chart and uses appropriate professional protocol; displays kindness and respect in all communications and interactions with stakeholders, supervisors, co-workers and patients. Performs duties as prescribed by Supervisor(s).
- Commits to upholding Keystone’s Vision/Mission/Core Value statements; understands and complies with Keystone’s policies and procedures; promotes a Recovery Oriented System of Care including actively supporting integration of Medication Assisted Treatment across all Keystone programs; maintains the commitment to ethics and total quality, and complies with all applicable rules and regulations including state and federal confidentiality laws.
- Provides quality service and opportunity to all appropriate employees/patients regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, physical condition/health status or age, or because they may be considered handicapped as provided for by the Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act (ADAA) of 2009.
- Works as a member of the Keystone leadership team, helping as needed and as directed.
- Will project a positive, can do attitude.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS for ALL CLINICAL COUNSELORS:
- Provides all core functions as defined by SCAADAC.
- Core Functions: The primary role of a Certified Addictions Counselor is to establish a therapeutic relationship while assisting clients in the recognition of problem areas that exist which may prohibit a successful recovery. To this end, the following core functions are utilized in the certification process to assure competence of the Addictions Counselor:
- Screening and Intake: The determination of the appropriateness of the individual to serve the client; gathering of basic demographic information; and establishing a schedule for further contact.
- Orientation: Informing the client of rules and goals of the program; the governance of conduct and treatment compliance that may affect treatment outcome; hours of operation and costs as well as clients' rights.
- Assessment: The evaluation and identification of strengths, weaknesses, needs and problems of an individual to aid in the development of the treatment plan. An analytical process that facilitates diagnosing the individual as well as ability to function while in treatment.
- Treatment Planning: Establishing an agreement between counselor and client to achieve goals that are measurable and attainable; the opportunity to determine treatment process and appropriate resources.
- Counseling: The use of specific skills to aid individuals, families, or groups through exploration of problems, attitudes, and feelings. Determining alternative solutions and developing appropriate decision• making skills.
- Individual Counseling: Using the one-to-one relationship as the primary method of application. G
- Group counseling: Using the group process as the primary method of application
- Family and couples counseling: Using the family dynamic as the primary method of application.
- Case Management: The coordination of activities that bring together all essential services and resources to aid in the achievement of treatment goals.
- Crisis Intervention: The provision of immediate services to a client under emergency circumstances that may be directly or indirectly related to misuse of alcohol or other drugs (i.e., arrest, suicidal/homicidal ideation, family separation, divorce, or death of significant other).
- Client Education: The provision of information to clients individually or in a group setting which is based on general knowledge of alcohol and other drug issues, mutual-help, other community resources, and/or other pertinent information.
- Reports and Record Keeping: The maintenance of written materials necessary for the orderly provision of services to the client. Documentation will include assessment, treatment plan, written reports, progress notes, continuing care plan, case consultation notes, discharge summary and other documentation determined pertinent to client care. Documentation must be completed prior to the next service provision, unless prior arrangements have been made with clinical supervisor prior to the next service. Counselors will complete all documentation within time limits set by licensing, payer, and regulatory agencies.
- Case Consultation: The giving or receiving of information, advice and aid between professionals to assure comprehensive quality care of a client. These must be documentation in the record.
- Termination and Continuing Care: The management of the orderly ending of regularly scheduled client contact and implementation of necessary client contact following termination.
- Clinical Supervision: Providing oversight of clinical caseloads to assure appropriate methods of counseling are being provided and to provide the opportunity for supervised counselors to develop and enhance clinical capabilities and skills.
- Training: The provision of information and skills to professionals and other target groups to provide an opportunity for specific knowledge, attitudinal and/or behavior changes.
- Acquires and maintains credentialing as a certified clinical addiction counselor in the
- State of South Carolina through SCAADAC. Follows the SCAADAC code of ethics.
- Maintains patient record in compliance with all governing bodies to include, DAODAS, DHEC, CARF and DHHS (Medicaid).
- Attends clinical supervision and develops an annual supervision and training plan.
- Obtains and maintains a working knowledge of ASAM PPC2-R and DSM 5 criteria for substance use disorders.
- Attends monthly individual and group clinical supervision. Develops an annual supervision and training plan.
- Observes, trains, and becomes proficient in all treatment programs; to include working knowledge of program curriculums.
- Works within various programs to provide staff coverage of group, individual, or assessment sessions.
- Attends at least weekly program case consultation meetings to staff patient’s progress in programs that are covered by multi-program counselor.
- Delivers group and individual counseling sessions as needed.
- Provides individualized treatment planning.
- Provides biopsychosocial assessments as assigned.
- Provides case management as needed.
- Obtains the co-sign of a certified/licensed staff member on required documentation as directed by supervisor.
- Participates as a Peer Review Auditor when requested.
- Requires regular and reliable attendance.
- Remains current by attending Safety Trainings, mandatory trainings/licensure, and receiving an annual Tb skin test.
- Proficiency with MS office computer software applications and/or Medical Records software applications, emails, etc.Qualifications
- Master’s Degree preferred, Bachelor Degree in human service related field required (such as counseling, social work or psychology). Other degrees will be considered based on relevance to position and acceptability to DAODAS/SCAADAC for credentialing purposes. Provisional certification as an alcohol and drug counselor by an agency approved association is required post-employment. Related work experience desirable.
- To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The qualifications listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to remain seated for extended periods of time, to use hands/fingers to use various writing or computer systems, to answer telephones periodically, to file documents, and for employees of the medical withdrawal management unit, to assist patients in ambulatory motion. The normal course of business may include dealing with volatile consumers and/or stakeholders.
- Bloodborne pathogen exposure classification: II
- Full Time
- Keystone Substance Abuse Services
- Rock Hill, SC
6 months ago
- April 20, 2021