The Residential Care Worker is responsible for providing personal care, supervision, and skills teaching to clients/residents as outlined on the individual treatment plans
Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)
Education: High School diploma or equivalent is preferred. Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or other related field is preferred.
License/Certifications: Proof of all certifications required for provisional MHRT-I. MHRT-I certification/CRMA additional 5 hours annually in addition to the required hours of training. Valid driver’s license and appropriate level of automobile liability insurance.
Experience: 18 months' employed my MBH at least and working 20 or more hours/week in a benefit eligible position. 2+ years’ experience working with a broad spectrum of mentally ill clients desirable.
Able to pass the driving safety standards as set by the insurance company.
Evidence of additional activities. Providing examples of additional activities you have participated in the past year. Two for licensed employees and 1 for unlicensed employees.
Be able to provide examples of precepting, mentoring, orientation, teaching, and/or consultation activities with students, interns, new hires, and/or peers.
Be able to provide examples of your commitment to our core values, going above and beyond in your daily practice/work and support of our mission, vision and the triple aim.
Be able to provide examples of how you’ve effectively managed the milieu.
Qualify as and “Other Qualified Mental Health Professional” from the Maine Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services.
Maintains requirements of Residential care Worker II as described by the Clinical Ladder process
Committed to being the trusted source for quality care – and careers.
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