Job Opportunity: Villa Hope, Inc.

 

Mental Health Technician (Job Number 1963121)

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Employer: VILLA HOPE INC. CSP
1100 GUNS RD
GREEN BAY, WI 54311
www.villahopeinc.com
Work Site: Brown County and Green Bay
1100 GUNS RD
GREEN BAY, WI 54311
On Bus Route? Yes
No Sunday Bus Services.
Pay: $11.00 Per Hour to $12.00 Per Hour
Duration/Usual Hours Per Week: Part-Time, 10 to 15 Hours Per Week   18 – 20 hours every other weekend. Ability to come in for weekday training initially is required.
Shift/Work Days: Weekend Shift. Regular hours are EVERY OTHER WEEKEND, 7:15 am – 5:15 pm and assigned holidays. Holidays are paid at double time.
Number of Openings: 1

 

Minimum Requirements of Employer:
Education: High School Diploma/GED Equivalent Required
Villa Hope will provide training to meet requirements of position. Position is primarily weekends, but weekday training will be required during training period.
Professional Licenses / Certifications: No Licenses or Certifications Requested
Vehicle: No Vehicle Requested
Drivers License:
     Type: Class D – Regular (Auto, Light Truck, Moped) Required
     Endorsements: No Endorsement Requested
Age: 18 or older Required
Experience / Qualifications: Interest in Human Services/Mental Health. Must posses good interpersonal skills and enjoy working with others. Must have valid Wisconsin Driver’s License and be able to drive company vehicles.   Background check required. Notice for Job Seekers

 

Duties and Responsibilities of the Job:
The MHT is employed on the basis of personal aptitude and must be able to understand the dimensions of mental illness. Education and experience working with individuals with mental health issues preferred. Responsibilities Assist clients in learning independent community living skills in the areas of grocery shopping and cleaning. Provide the majority of services in the client’s home or community settings. Assist the client in participating fully in community life through a variety of social and recreational activities. Develop or teach strategies to promote client wellness and independence. Accompany clients to acquire services, facilitate communication and report back to case manager. Monitor/observe clients’ medication compliance. Participate in agency orientation and training programs including staff meetings. Maintain accurate records as instructed by the CSP Director and Clinical Coordinator regarding any changes in the client’s status. Work within a flexible schedule as required. • Issue medications from dispensary and maintain records in accordance with specified procedures.
Benefits:
Retirement & Financial: Retirement
Education and Training: Paid Training
Other Benefits: Simple IRA retirement plan if eligibility requirements are met.
Company Profile:
Villa Hope, Inc,. Community Support Program, with the support and direction of Brown County Human Services (BCHS) operates a Community Support Program (CSP) for people with severe and persistent mental illness. The program is designed with the belief that consistent and active support, and interactions that encourage self-sufficiency and independence will aid individuals in remaining within the community setting. The program offers the needed support that enables each participant to achieve the maximum potential for independence. The purpose of the program is to increase the level of independent functioning and reduce the frequency and duration of psychiatric hospitalizations through the coordination of service delivery.
How To Apply:
Mail a Résumé Villa Hope, Inc. CSP Attn. Mollie Toonen CSP Clinical Coordinator 1100 Guns Road Green Bay, WI 54311-7142
E-Mail a Résumé To apply for this job, send your résumé or [/Presentation/JobSeekers/Default.aspx]Job Center of Wisconsin Résumé to mtoonen@villahopecsp.com If you don’t have a résumé, you can register and create one at [/Presentation/JobSeekers/Default.aspx]Job Center of Wisconsin.

 

 

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