Mobile Crisis Response Team Coordinator

Master’s Degree in Social Work, Mental Health Counseling, Counseling. License required. Seeking a dynamic, clinically experienced individual to supervise a large multidisciplinary team in Emergency Services serving individuals with mental health and/or co-occurring disorders in psychiatric crisis. Must be passionate about working with people, knowledgeable in evidence-based, trauma-informed interventions, and exhibit creativity and flexibility when working with individuals in the community to refer to appropriate levels of care. Exciting opportunity to work with a program that provides specialized services such as assessment for temporary detention, evaluation for hospitalization, and critical stress incident management response. Must be clinically competent to work with clients of all ages, backgrounds, and diagnoses, as well as be able to provide support and direction regarding county and regional services. A recovery-based orientation is essential, along with strong leadership skills and the confidence to work with agencies. Experienced conducting risk assessments, making rapid differential diagnosis, providing crisis intervention along with providing supervision. We strive for 80% or better call resolution and mobile de-escalation. For those instances where that is not practical, linkage to the least restrictive level of care. The Mobile Response Team (MRT) will function 365 days per year, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, including during natural disasters such as hurricanes. The MRT supervisor oversees day to day operations of the program, monitoring compliance of documentation and performance of the staff and provides clinical supervision as related. The supervisor will be an active member of the team, expected to respond to mobile crisis calls and be a part of on-call rotation; as well as a liaison to the ongoing system collaboration at a state and local level to ensure the development and operation of a cohesive crisis system. The supervisor will be required to monitor performance measures and adhere to contractual requirements of the program and have the ability to work a variable schedule including evenings and weekends; work on-call; and respond to emergencies after hours as necessary. Supervisor is responsible for training and onboarding all staff of this team, both in the office and in the community.

Section: Mobile Crisis Response Team

Location: Broward County

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