Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center MACT Paraprofessional in Glendive, Montana
CLASS TITLE: Paraprofessional FLSA: Non-ExemptDEPARTMENT: MACT Team Salary Range: $16.50 - 18.50/hrACCOUNTABLE TO: MACT Team LeadPRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF POSITION: Assist a multi-disciplinary MACT team to serve clients who have a diagnosed SDMI.ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: • Help clients develop a personal treatment plan • Identify opportunities to provide support as clients work to achieve their recovery goals • Assist clients with daily living functions in their home and in the community • Meet with treatment team to develop effective support system, outreach and follow-up, and medication delivery • Assist clients in menu planning, grocery shopping, socialization skills, personal hygiene skills, and housekeeping skills including doing laundry (client’s responsibility with verbal assistance from the paraprofessional) • Maintains required paperwork for assigned clients in accordance with EMCMHC policies and best practices • Must be willing to work rotating weekdays and weekends • Additional duties as assignedSUPERVISION - RESPONSIBLE FOR WORK OF OTHERS: NoneEDUCTION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: • High school graduation or equivalent • Two years’ experience preferred • Completion of CPI (Crisis Prevention Intervention), CPR, and First Aid training provided. • Ability to pass background check and driver’s license check upon offer of employment. • Provide proof of auto liability insurance coverage per EMCMHC’s policies. • Montana Driver’s License with good driving record - required to transport clients while on work duty • Must complete Credible EHR functionality and overview training within the first month of employment and maintain Certification throughout employmentEXAMPLES OF PERFORMANCE CRITERIA AND EXPECTATIONS: • Is required to handle confidential information, must be trustworthy, and responsible for keeping confidential information safe; and • Performs all other duties as assigned by the MACT Team Lead.Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform any non-essential job function.