Recognized as a Top 150 Workplace, People Incorporated serves people with mental illness in the Minneapolis and Saint Paul metro area. In 2015, we reached over 10,000 individuals through more than 60 different programs. Helping people with mental illness requires great flexibility and creativity. That's why we start with the person first...developing innovative, effective services that provide the care, resources, and connections that will help each person in the best way possible. Join us in our mission to support mental health and wellness in our community through collaboration and integration of care!
Riverwind is an eight bed residential CRISIS program serving adults. Riverwind provides short -term mental health residential crisis services in Anoka County. We are a community-based service, where staff and recipients work together to avoid repeating crisis situations and hospitalization.
The Licensed Program Manager plans, directs and coordinates mental health services at a program level through providing clinical direction, education and consultative guidance to staff regarding approach and services.
Duties may include:
Creating a sense of community and team among program staff and clients
Overseeing diagnostic assessments and treatment plans and supporting client progress toward goals
Hiring and training staff
Managing team performance and program staffing schedules
Provide guidance to staff by evaluating client development plans and making recommendations
Facilitating clinical supervision meetings
Consulting on solutions for confidential or highly sensitive projects
Managing program budgets and ensuring finanical protocols are followed
Partnering with senior leaders to analyze legislation, regulations or rule changes that may impact services
Master's degree in behavior science
Current and valid Minnesota license as an: LICSW, LP, LPCC or LMFT
Board approved to supervise candidates toward licensure
Three years (6,000 hours) experience in human services
Two years supervisory experience
Experience providing services to people with mental illnesses
Three years supervisory experience in mental health services
We value candidates who:
Develop and maintain respectful and collaborative relationships with clients
Create effective working relationships with colleagues and community partners
Empower employees to perform at their best
Maintain confidentiality with all sensitive data
Demonstrate an understanding of and sensitivity to serving culturally diverse populations
Lead by utilizing motivational skills, teaching skills, coaching skills
Create program systems that provide clear expectations and directions for the staff providing services
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability, veterans or other status unrelated to job qualifications.