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Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

FT/PT/Contract: Full-time

SALARY RANGE: $36.60-$49.43

APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 16, 2022

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: The CFO is responsible to oversee the day-to-day financial and reimbursement operations of the agency. This includes monitoring all general ledger transactions, payroll, accounts payable, management of physical assets and client accounting. The CFO is responsible for monitoring all accounting activity in regard to compliance with all local, regional, state, federal, agency and departmental rules, policies and procedures.

MINIMUM EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: A Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting is minimally required.

ADDITIONAL REQUIRED SKILLS: Experience with healthcare finance and reimbursement is strongly desired. Must have advanced written and verbal communications skills, along with demonstrated ability to interpret governmental accounting regulations, and technical procedures. Must have demonstrated proficiency in general computer skills, basic accounting software & Microsoft Office applications (including MSWord, MS Access and MS Excel). Must have experience working in a computer networked environment and understand the basic procedures for safeguarding sensitive data and following security guidelines. Must also maintain a professional and approachable persona.

Benefit Package Includes: Self-Insured Medical Benefits including dental, vision and Rx; Deferred Compensation Plan; Flexible Spending Account (after orientation) MERS Defined Contribution Benefit/Pension Plan; Life Insurance; Paid time off (vacation and sick); AFLAC participation voluntary; Paid Holidays; Longevity Awards; Employee Assistance Plan.

Send Resume to:
Huron Behavioral Health
Attn: Human Resource Manager
1108 S. Van Dyke, P.O. Box 312, Bad Axe, Michigan 48413

DATED: May 4, 2022

Facilities Manager

This position’s general description of duties is to oversee and manage the operations of the vehicles, buildings, and associated physical plant and equipment (including but not limited to heating & cooling systems; fire suppression; electrical & plumbing systems; but excluding computer equipment). This position provides leadership, support and supervision to janitorial staff.

EDUCATION REUIRED:
A minimum of a High School diploma is required.

PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE:
At least two years of maintenance experience is preferred. Experience in facilities management and HVAC systems is strongly desired. Experience supervising staff is also strongly desired.

CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSURE and REGISTRATIONS:
Valid, unrestricted driver’s license is required. Additional certification in water testing and lagoon maintenance is required (will accommodate acquisition).

Benefit Package:
* Self-Insured Medical Benefits including dental and vision
* Deferred Compensation Plan
* Flexible Spending Account (after orientation)
* MERS Defined Contribution Benefit/Pension Plan
* Life Insurance
* Paid time off (vacation and sick)
* AFLAC participation voluntary
* Paid Holidays
* Longevity Awards
* Employee Assistance Plan

Mail cover letter and resume to:
Human Resources Manager
Huron Behavioral Health
P.O. Box 312
Bad Axe, MI 48413

Emergency Services Contract Worker

Are you calm in a crisis? Looking for meaningful work that provides extra income and supports people experiencing a mental health emergency? Consider joining Huron Behavioral Health’s Emergency Services team.

We are currently seeking individuals to provide after-hours, on-call services to individuals experiencing a mental health emergency. Services include screening individuals at one of Huron County’s three ERs or the Huron County Jail to determine if inpatient psychiatric placement is warranted. Additional crisis de-escalation and safety planning services may be required. Services take place in-person and/or via telehealth.

Hours of operation for this treatment team are as follows: 5:00pm to 8:30am on weekdays and 8:30am to 8:30am (24 hours) on Saturdays and Sundays. Individuals joining the Emergency Services treatment team are welcome to cover as many (or as few) shifts as they desire throughout a given month. Hourly on-call coverage is reimbursed whether or not a call is received. A stipend of $131.33 is provided for every face-to-face contact that is provided during an on-call shift in addition to the stipend for being on-call.

State of Michigan Licensure is required. Applicants must be licensed as a BSW, MSW, LPC, LLP, or BSN.

Send resume to:
Huron Behavioral Health
Attn: Human Resource Manager
P.O. Box 312, Bad Axe, Michigan 48413
or Email Cathy@Huroncmh.org

Emergency Services Transporters

Huron Behavioral Health (HBH) is seeking Emergency Services transporters! When individuals need to be transported to psychiatric inpatient units, HBH depends on reliable and caring community members to help provide private transportation. HBH will provide the vehicle for transportation and pay you an hourly rate. Emergency service transports can occur anytime during the day (or night); however, you can pick and choose when to offer your services. If you like to drive and are looking for a way to earn some extra income or are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact Natalie Nugent or Karen Link at 989-269-9293.

Outpatient Therapist – Full Time

Huron Behavioral Health is seeking a full time outpatient therapist to provide individual and group psychotherapy to an assigned caseload.  Huron Behavioral Health utilizes evidence-based, short-term therapy modalities to help consumers manage a wide variety of mental health concerns.  We are seeking a licensed clinician who is interested in working in a flexible, positive, and team-oriented setting.  Ongoing clinical support and training are available for skill enhancement. Master’s Degree with State of Michigan Licensure required.  Master’s degree in Social Work preferred.  Experience with Co-occurring Disorders or CAADC certification a plus.  Competitive salary and benefit package.

SUMMARY OF JOB:

The purpose of this position is to serve as a line staff in the Outpatient Services Department.  Primary populations served through this program include children and adolescents with serious emotional disturbances and/or intellectual or developmental disabilities, as well as adults with serious and persistent mental illnesses, co-occurring substance use disorders, and/or intellectual or developmental disabilities.  Core responsibilities include the following: at least 50% of time spent providing direct clinical services to assigned consumers (i.e., face-to-face psychotherapy) and facilitation of at least one therapeutic and/or psycho-educational group.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

      • Provide individual and family therapy using evidence-based clinical interventions for an assigned caseload of consumers.
        • Provide facilitation of at least one therapeutic and/or psycho-educational group.  Assignment of groups and/or educational topics will be determined by the supervisor and will be based upon agency need and skill level of the staff member.
        • Provide clinical support services (authorization, documentation, liaison work with schools, courts, physicians, and/or other community agencies, ) for an assigned caseload of consumers.
        • Utilize a person-centered approach and short-term treatment methods.
        • Maintain a productivity standard of 50% face-to-face (direct) consumer contact.
        • Attend and participate regularly in peer staffings and emergency services meetings.
        • Maintain clinical competency and licensure as appropriate to the field of training. This will require attending both agency and community-based trainings.
        • Participate in regular supervision meetings as arranged with the outpatient supervisor. The frequency and focus of supervision will be at the supervisor’s discretion.
        • Participate in regular, on-call rotation for after-hours emergency coverage and assist with day-time on-call as schedule allows.
        • Maintain competency within and actively support the following domains:
          • Culturally-informed, recovery-based practices.
          • Person Centered Planning (i.e., a shared decision making process with the individual, who defines his/her life goals and is assisted in developing a unique path toward those goals).
          • A trauma informed culture of safety to aid consumers in the recovery process.

Outpatient Therapist:  Full-Time Position.  Rate: $25.05-$33.82 per hour.  Full Michigan Licensure as a Master Social Worker or LPC. Rate: $23.92-$32.29 for LLMSW, LLPC, LLP.
Benefit Package/Sign on bonus –
* Sign on Bonus for Master Level Clinicians
* Self-Insured Medical Benefits including dental and vision
* Deferred Compensation Plan
* Flexible Spending Account (after orientation)
* MERS Defined Contribution Benefit/Pension Plan
* Life Insurance
* Paid time off (vacation and sick)
* AFLAC participation voluntary
* Paid Holidays
* Longevity Awards
* Employee Assistance Plan

Send resume to:
Huron Behavioral Health
Attn: Human Resource Manager
P.O. Box 312, Bad Axe, Michigan 48413
or Email Cathy@Huroncmh.org

Outpatient Supervisor/Therapist – Full Time

Huron Behavioral Health is seeking a full time supervisor for the outpatient department. This position will include supervisory duties for the department including ongoing staff supervision, program goal development/monitoring, management of clinical assignments, etc. This position will also include an assigned caseload of outpatient consumers. HBH is seeking a flexible, organized, clinician who is interested in advancing the goals of the outpatient department including maintaining short-term, evidence-based practice, creating a trauma-informed culture, and assisting with efforts to integrate mental and physical healthcare. Master’s Degree with State of Michigan Licensure required. Master’s degree in Social Work with full licensure strongly preferred. Experience with Co-occurring Disorders or CAADC certification a plus. Competitive salary and benefit package.

SUMMARY OF JOB:

This position provides leadership, support and supervision to program-level staff to increase efficiency and effectiveness within the Outpatient Therapy Department.

The purpose of this position is to contribute to the implementation of the vision, mission, and strategic objectives of Huron Behavioral Health through the planning, design and development of innovative, efficient and effective programs.

The position has a lead role in on-going planning, continuous quality improvement, and performance monitoring and issue resolution for the Outpatient Therapy Department. The services and supports in these programs are based on the principles of recovery, self-determination, and trauma-informed care.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Provide professional clinical leadership for assigned staff and assure that services strive to meet ‘best practice’ standards, and are in keeping with Huron Behavioral Health’s mission, service philosophy, policies and procedures.
• Make case assignment decisions assuring caseloads are appropriate mix of clinical complexity; assuring individual caseload sizes are appropriate to meet productivity standards;
• Provide case consultation and peer reviews for each program.
• Keep Clinical Director apprised of any issues or concerns as they arise
• Work with the QI/PI/UM Coordinator to develop and monitor program performance indicators and goals, and individual staff performance/productivity.
• Conduct regular and documented individual clinical supervision and/or group supervision as needed.
• Communicate and teach technical skills such as (program specific requirements, work management skills, conflict resolution skills, etc.).
• Identify areas of training need, and provide or arrange for in-service training as needed.
• Maintain a part-time caseload (i.e., typically, not to exceed 45 individual OPT cases) and facilitate at least one psychotherapy group, as scheduling allows.
• Provide individual, couples, and family therapy using evidence-based clinical interventions for assigned caseload of consumers.
• Utilize a person-centered approach and short-term treatment methods.
• Maintain a productivity standard of 50% face-to-face (direct) consumer contact.
• Participate in regular, on-call rotation for after-hours emergency coverage and assist with day-time on-call as schedule allows.
• Assist with intake/triage screening as time and agency need dictate.
• Complete performance evaluations for assigned staff at least annually, or more frequently as required.
• Assist in the annual needs assessment and program planning (including budget preparation) for services units.
• Assist in the recruitment and retention of staff for assigned programs (screen, interview, select, assure orientation and promote retention).
• Maintain clinical competency and licensure as appropriate to the field of training. This will require attending both agency and community-based trainings.

This position will be knowledgeable about and actively support 1) culturally competent recovery based practices, 2) person centered planning as a shared decision making process with the individual, who defines his/her life goals and is assisted in developing a unique path toward those goals, and 3) a trauma-informed culture of safety to aid consumers in the recovery process.

Outpatient Services Supervisor:  Full-Time Position.  Rate: $26.30-$35.52 per hour.  Full Michigan Licensure as a Master’s Social Worker preferred, consideration will be given to LPC candidates.
Benefit Package/Sign on bonus –
* Sign on Bonus for Master Level Clinicians
* Self-Insured Medical Benefits including dental and vision
* Deferred Compensation Plan
* Flexible Spending Account (after orientation)
* MERS Defined Contribution Benefit/Pension Plan
* Life Insurance
* Paid time off (vacation and sick)
* AFLAC participation voluntary
* Paid Holidays
* Longevity Awards
* Employee Assistance Plan

Send resume to:
Huron Behavioral Health
Attn: Human Resource Manager
P.O. Box 312, Bad Axe, Michigan 48413
or Email Cathy@Huroncmh.org

Children’s Services Supervisor/Clinician – Full Time

Huron Behavioral Health is seeking a clinical supervisor to oversee the agency’s home-based therapy and infant mental health programs.  This a working supervisor position for someone who is interested in providing clinical supervision and leadership, as well as maintaining a partial-caseload of home-based therapy and infant mental health cases.  Direct clinical work with children and families will take place in the home and community.  Supervisory duties will include taking a lead role in ongoing planning, continuous quality improvement, performance monitoring, assignment of referrals, review of professional documentation and issue resolution for the children services unit.  HBH offers a competitive salary, a robust benefit package, and flexibility with regard to remote and in-office work.

Must possess a minimum of a Master’s Degree with LMSW or LPC with certification to supervise LLPC’s in the state of Michigan. Infant Mental Health (IMH) endorsement preferred.  If not IMH endorsed, willingness to pursue this credential through provided training.

SUMMARY OF JOB:

This position provides leadership, support and supervision to program-level staff to increase efficiency and effectiveness within the Children’s Home-based Program, including Infant Mental Health services.

The purpose of this position is to contribute to the implementation of the vision, mission, and strategic objectives of Huron Behavioral Health through the planning, design and development of innovative, efficient and effective programs.

The position has a lead role in on-going planning, continuous quality improvement, and performance monitoring and issue resolution for the Children’s Program.   The services and supports in these programs are based on the principles of recovery and self-determination.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

          • Provide professional clinical leadership for assigned staff and assure that services strive to meet ‘best practice’ standards, and are in keeping with Huron Behavioral Health’s mission, service philosophy, policies and procedures.
          • Make case assignment decisions assuring caseloads are appropriate mix of clinical complexity; assuring individual caseload sizes are appropriate to meet productivity standards;
          • Provide case consultation and peer reviews for each program.
          • Keep Clinical Director apprised of any issues or concerns as they arise
          • Work with the QI/PI/UM Coordinator to develop and monitor program performance indicators and goals, and individual staff performance/productivity.
          • Conduct regular and documented individual clinical supervision and/or group supervision as needed.
          • Communicate and teach technical skills such as (program specific requirements, work management skills, conflict resolution skills, etc.).
          • Identify areas of training need, and provide or arrange for in-service training as needed.
          • Maintain a competent clinical skill level in the agency accepted service interventions.
          • Maintain a part-time caseload (i.e., not to exceed six consumers, plus two in transition) comprised of both home-based and infant mental health cases.
          • Provide individual diagnostic and clinically sound interventions to assigned caseload.
          • Provide Emergency Services (day-time back-up and evening) as scheduled on a rotating basis.
          • Assist with intake/triage screening as time and agency need dictate.
          • Complete performance evaluations for assigned staff at least annually, or more frequently as required.
          • Assist in the annual needs assessment and program planning (including budget preparation) for services units.
          • Assist in the recruitment and retention of staff for assigned programs (screen, interview, select, assure orientation and promote retention).

This position will be knowledgeable about and actively support 1) culturally competent recovery based practices, 2) person centered planning as a shared decision making process with the individual, who defines his/her life goals and is assisted in developing a unique path toward those goals, and 3) a trauma-informed culture of safety to aid consumers in the recovery process.

Children’s Services Supervisor: Full-Time Position.  Rate: $26.30-$35.52 per hour.  Full Michigan Licensure as a Master’s Social Worker preferred, consideration will be given to LPC candidates.
Benefit Package/Sign on bonus –
* Sign on Bonus for Master Level Clinicians
* Self-Insured Medical Benefits including dental and vision
* Deferred Compensation Plan
* Flexible Spending Account (after orientation)
* MERS Defined Contribution Benefit/Pension Plan
* Life Insurance
* Paid time off (vacation and sick)
* AFLAC participation voluntary
* Paid Holidays
* Longevity Awards
* Employee Assistance Plan

Send resume to:
Huron Behavioral Health
Attn: Human Resource Manager
P.O. Box 312, Bad Axe, Michigan 48413
or Email Cathy@Huroncmh.org

Intake and Assessment Specialist – Full Time

Huron Behavioral Health is seeking a skilled therapist/assessor who is a self-starter to work in a positive, team-oriented setting providing Clinical Intake Assessment as well as ongoing re-assessments to determine eligibility. The primary population served through this program is adults and children with acute behavioral health issues.  This position will also be responsible for providing after hours emergency services coverage on a rotating basis.

Master’s Degree in Social Work with full State of Michigan licensure required. Experience with Co-occurring Disorders or CAADC certification also necessary.

SUMMARY OF JOB:

This position requires a skilled therapist/assessor who is a self-starter, positive, organized and is recovery-oriented.  This position requires someone that is an independent worker and is skilled in providing clinical diagnoses and making eligibility determination decisions.    The primary populations served through this program are adults and children with acute behavioral health issues.  In addition to providing clinical assessments, this position will be responsible for providing after-hours emergency services coverage on a rotating basis.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

          • Provision of Clinical Assessments for new persons referred as well as completion of annual re-assessments to determine eligibility and the appropriate level of service provision
          • Consult with assigned worker to assure appropriate case transition and follow-up.
          • Attend and participate regularly in All Programs, All Staff and other meetings as determined appropriate for the position.
          • Maintain competent clinical skill level & licensure as appropriate to the field of practice.
          • Participate in regular supervision meetings as arranged with supervisor at a frequency determined by the supervisor.
          • Participate in regular on-call rotation for after-hours on-call coverage and assist with day-time on-call as schedule allows.
          • Provide at least one community education training, annually, regarding jail diversion activities.
          • Facilitate/attend monthly law enforcement meetings for HBH staff, law enforcement officials, and representatives (e.g., local judges, prosecuting attorneys, etc.).

This position will be knowledgeable about and actively support 1) culturally competent recovery based practices, 2) person centered planning as a shared decision making process with the individual, who defines his/her life goals and is assisted in developing a unique path toward those goals, and 3) a trauma informed culture of safety to aid consumers in the recovery process.

Intake and Assessment Specialist: Full-Time Position. Rate: $25.05- $33.82 per hour. Full Michigan Licensure as a Master Social Worker or LPC. Rate: $23.92 – $32.29 for LLMSW or LLPC or LLP.
Benefit Package/Sign on bonus –
* Sign on Bonus for Master Level Clinicians
* Self-Insured Medical Benefits including dental and vision
* Deferred Compensation Plan
* Flexible Spending Account (after orientation)
* MERS Defined Contribution Benefit/Pension Plan
* Life Insurance
* Paid time off (vacation and sick)
* AFLAC participation voluntary
* Paid Holidays
* Longevity Awards
* Employee Assistance Plan

Send resume to:
Huron Behavioral Health
Attn: Human Resource Manager
P.O. Box 312, Bad Axe, Michigan 48413
or Email Cathy@Huroncmh.org