Employee will be part of a SMI case management team working with individuals with a serious mental illness living in the community following progress and treatment plans of clients. This position will provide case-aide services to adults living in a community setting. An individual will assist with the provision of community-based services, monitoring/teaching daily living skills, supportive services, monitoring mental health symptoms, medication management and assist with monitoring transportation needs.
Flexibility in schedule is necessary to meet needs and availability of clients. This position will involve some evening, weekend and holiday hours.
Requires high school graduation or GED AND two years of work experience in duties involving special population groups such as the mentally ill, developmentally disabled, children and adolescents, or patients/clients in a direct care facility such as a hospital, nursing home, or group home; OR one year of work experience as a Direct Care Associate III with the Department of Human Services; OR a bachelor's or master's degree in social work, psychology, special education, occupational therapy, physical therapy, counseling, child development and family science, sociology, human resource management (human service track), nursing (RN), communication disorders (includes audiology and speech pathology), developmental disabilities, vocational rehabilitation, elementary education, or recreation therapy AND one year of direct care work experience as described above.
In unable to find qualified applicants we will consider filling as a Direct Care Associate II (4191), which requires high school graduation or GED and one year of work experience in duties involving special population groups such as the mentally ill, developmentally disabled, children and adolescents, or patients/clients in a direct care facility such as a hospital, nursing home, or group home.
Position requires a valid North Dakota driver's license.
- Please make sure that your resume includes information to demonstrate how you meet the minimum qualifications as posted. Your work history will not be given credit if the Department's Human Resource Division cannot determine that you meet the minimum qualifications
- The Department of Human Services does not offer or provide sponsorships. Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States.
- All application material must be received on or before the closing date by 11:59 pm.
- A copy of your qualifying degrees transcript and any applicable certifications or licensures must be provided at the time of an interview.
For more information or if you need an accommodation, Please Contact: Dan Olson
Employing Unit: North Central Human Service Center, 1015 S. Broadway Ste 18, Minot, ND 58701
Telephone Number: 701-857-8500
TTY Number: ND Relay Service 1-800-366-6888 (text); 1-800-366-6889 (voice)
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