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Baltimore loss prevention Jobs

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School-Based Site Coordinator (Linkages to Learning) - Summary: Coordinate services, events, and activities for a school-based mental health and social services program offered in collaboration with elementary and middle schools and the county's Department of Health and Human Services in the Gaithersburg and Germantown school/community region.Responsibilities:Community OutreachPlans and coordinates outreach/prevention programming and other support services for parents/families within school community environment.Coordinates psycho-educational, recreational and literacy programming (ongoing groups, classes or workshops) on topics such as acculturation, parenting, English as a second language, computer skills, health education, etc.Plans and implements special events such as clothing drives or summer family events.Conducts resource development in order to identify additional community partners or resources.Public speaking.Provides information/referral services.Collaborative Responsibilities:Coordinates provider/school personnel team meetings at site.Coordinates with therapist, case manager, school staff and community partners in providing comprehensive care.Serves as liaison between school, community, local businesses/donors and county-wide network of services.Administrative:Office Management (includes maintaining office equipment/supplies).Manages and tracks client assistance/flex funds budget.Recruits, selects, trains and supervises volunteers.Orients new staff to site procedures.Monitors attendance at activities.Attends regular supervision and staff meetings with agency supervisor.Attends monthly Site Coordinators meetings.Attends collaborative and agency trainings and retreats.Staffs at least one weekend agency outreach booth shift per year.Requires: Bachelor's degree in related field.Excellent leadership and collaboration skills.Desire to work with diverse array of families and professionals.Related experience (internship experience considered).Must be bilingual Spanish/EnglishExperience working within collaborative school-based models of service delivery.Prior experience/equivalent knowledge of immigrant populations & acculturation issues.Thorough knowledge of community resources in Montgomery CountSheppard Pratt Health System
22 days ago
Addictions Specialist Supervisor (Partners in Recovery) - 5 years of experience required Summary: Responsible for the supervision and monitoring of the Addictions Specialists that are located at the Baltimore City Department of Social Services, under the House Bill 1160 Temporary Cash Assistance, HB-7 Child Welfare, and the SB-512 Drug Exposed Newborns Programs. Provides ongoing services to women, children and their entire families that are in need of substance abuse treatment. Acts as a professional liaison between the Addictions Specialists and the supervisory staff of the Baltimore City Department of Social Services in order to develop and maintain a working rapport. In addition, interviews and trains new employees, performs yearly evaluations and provides one-on-one supervision. Position requires professional supervisor certification by the Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists. Responsibilities: Monitor the process of the addictions specialists to ensure that customers applying for benefits within the Department of Social Services are screened appropriately according to COMAR and Department of Human Resources regulations. Monitoring will include, but is not limited to the following: Monthly chart reviews On-site monthly meetings Review of the monthly reports Address problems/concerns with individual addictions specialists in a timely manner Provide the addictions specialists with information on trainings for certification renewal Monitor and track daily attendance, thereby ensuring site coverage at all times Speak/meet with the customers as needed Acts as a liaison between the Managed Care Organizations, Department of Social Services Caseworkers, Hospital Caseworkers and the treatment providers; to ensure appropriate implementation of COMAR regulations pertaining to substance abuse Program Planning and Evaluation: In collaboration with the Program Director, plans and develops short and long-term goals for the program which complement the continuum of services and supports the mission of the program Reviews and evaluates program performance in relation to established goals and objectives and works to enhance continuous improvements in the quality of services Designs and implements forms Program Management: TCA: Responsible for the daily management of the Temporary Cash Assistance program; and coordination of services between the House Bill 1160 Programs, Family Investment Program and the drug treatment providers. To ensure compliance with substance abuse testing and treatment for custodial parents applying for/or receiving TCA, food stamps and convicted drug felons involving the possession, use, manufacturing, distribution or possession with the intent to distribute, a controlled dangerous substance, while receiving TCA or food stamps. HB7/SB512: Responsible for coordinating of services between Child Welfare and drug treatment providers to address substance abuse in families with the intent of reducing the effects of substance abuse on children in and out of home placement. Responsible for creation of additional treatments slots for at risk-parents and their children, and for coordinated prevention and treatment services to this population. Distributes Preliminary Alcohol and Other Drugs Sorting (PADS) forms to the addictions specialists daily. Staff Supervision: Selects, orients, directs, appraises job performance and as necessary, disciplines and discharges assigned Addictions Specialists. Provides administrative consultation to the Department of Social Services, managed care providers and the Addictions Specialists; review and approve time sheets; interview and train new hires. Documentation/Compliance: Ensures that the program's practices and records comply with the requirements of licensing, regulatory and accreditation bodies and internal standards by the performance of monthly chart reviews. Requires: Thorough knowledge of state and federal laws pertaining to alcohol and drug treatment practices as well as supervisory skills, program management skills, outpatient mental health services, community addictions services and strong written and verbal communication skills. Thorough knowledge of the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria and the principles and techniques of addictions counseling. Knowledge of community services agencies, both public and private. Knowledge of the state treatment providers and admissions requirements. Current certification as a Certified Associate Counselor and as an Approved Alcohol and Drug Supervisor from the Maryland Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists, and have a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in counseling, psychology, social work, or related field from an accredited educational institution; at least 5 years of documented experience in substance abuse treatment experience, 2 years of which include providing administrative or clinical supervision. Interpersonal and problem-solving skills. Valid MD drivers license as well as a current driving record that has 3 or fewer points on it at the time of hire.Sheppard Pratt Health System
a month ago
District Heights 
24 days ago