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Parent Partner (ERMHS) - Desert Region: Beaumont to Palm Springs

Company: McKinley Children's Center
Location: Riverside
Posted on: September 21, 2022

Job Description:

Career Opportunities with McKinley Children's Center A great place to work. Careers At McKinley Children's Center Current job opportunities are posted here as they become available. Subscribe to our RSS feeds to receive instant updates as new positions become available.Parent Partner (ERMHS) - Desert Region: Beaumont to Palm SpringsMcKinley: -Youth, Family, and Community are what we are all about! We offer a great working environment and benefits package! McKinley encourages growth so that you can Be your Best H.U.M.A.N.At Mckinley employees share a set of guiding principles: We embrace a culture that is -Hopeful, -Understanding, -Moral, -Awesome, -Nurturing. - H.U.M.A.N.The Company: -McKinley is a highly respected welfare organization with a comprehensive array of programs and services - which touch nearly 1,800 lives annually - include short term residential treatment program (STRTP), Foster Care, Adoptions, Mental Health Services, and Special Education. -Mckinley has 5 locations throughout southern California with our main campus located in San Dimas. We embrace a culture that is -H.U.M.A.N.- -Hopeful, -Understanding, -Moral, -Awesome, -Nurturing. Mckinley has created a -Hopeful environment, in which we choose optimism in finding the motivation to achieve our greatest dreams. We are a team dedicated to -Understanding individual needs and do so by listening and embracing each individual's stories. We strongly embrace our agency's -Morals by treating everyone with kindness and respect. At McKinley, we acknowledge our team member's and clients' -Awesome qualities by celebrating what makes each individual unique. We are dedicated to -Nurturing a Trauma-Informed Integrated Care approach that has created a unique culture within the organization. We celebrate diversity by our commitment to cultivating an inclusive and affirming environment for all.The Position: -The purpose of this position is to provide active, hands-on peer support to parents/caregivers of youth receiving Educationally Related Mental Health Services. Effective peer support should be friendly, helpful, accessible and flexible. Peer support may be delivered in individual or group settings at the agency, school, in family homes or in community environments. The role of the Parent Partner is to provide peer support but also to work collaboratively to support systems change by increasing family involvement and decreasing unintentional bias about parents. -This position will serve the desert region: Beaumont to Palm SpringsCompensation and Benefits:The pay range we're offering is $19.50 - $24.00 Hourly -depending -(Based) -on experience.Our people are the heart of our organization, which is why we offer robust benefits to support your health and wellness as well as your personal and financial well-being.

  • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance- we offer a company defined contribution of $540/month
  • Life Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Paid Time Off
  • Sick Time
  • Paid Holidays
  • 403(b) retirement plan with company match up to 3%
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Employee Referral Bonus
  • Credit Union Membership
  • Training Opportunities to Further Personal and Professional GrowthQualifications:
    • Current or previous experience as a consumer of mental health services or as a family member/caregiver of a former or current mental health consumer.
    • Parent Partner should have experienced level of care with their youth equivalent to the need
    • Flexible hours consistent with the needs/availability of the clients
    • High school diploma or GED preferred -
    • Maintains a non-judgmental attitude toward families
    • Maintains required licenses and certifications to perform role
    • Must pass pre-employment physical exam, TB and drug screening -
    • Ability to commute to various sites
    • Ability to lift 10 pounds for filing
    • Ability to learn and use mental health software (EXYM).Key Responsibilities:Working with others: -
      • Collaborates with Lead Clinician and Rehab Specialist
      • Maintains appropriate boundariesAssessing Strengths and Needs: -
        • Gathers and summarizes information
        • Assists in identifying personal values, goals and priorities
        • Identifies strengths and resources
        • Identifies problems, deficits and stressors
        • Detects warning signs
        • Communicates results clearly
        • Reassesses routinely -Planning Services:
          • Identify recommended goals and services
          • Supports individual and family members decision making in developing plan of care
          • Assists individual in developing personal plansProviding Services:
            • Provide individualized, peer to peer support to parents
            • Attend and participate in all Child and Family Team Meetings
            • Attend and participate in all IEP Meetings (when appropriate)
            • Communicate on a regular basis with families, according to their identified needs
            • Develop plans/strategies with family to ensure their concerns are being heard and understood
            • Communicate information about the effectiveness of interventions/processes related to the Child and Family Team Plan or Plan of Care with the treatment team.Linking to Resources:
              • Identifies recommended resources
              • Supports individual and family decision-making in selecting resources
              • Connects individuals and families to community resourcesAdvocating:
                • Advocates on behalf of the individual and family
                • Supports self-advocacy
                • Assesses the influences of key individual, family and community characteristics
                • Tailors services to unique individual, family and community characteristics
                • In consultation with the treatment team, modifies plans and services based on individual and family experiences -Documenting:
                  • Completes required documentation in required timeframe and in accordance with all legal and qualitative standards
                  • Balances privacy with documentation requirementsBehaving Professionally and Ethically:
                    • Fulfills responsibilities and commitments
                    • Complies with laws, regulations, policies and ethical codes
                    • Seeks supervision and consultationDeveloping Professionally:
                      • Seeks opportunities to improve knowledge, skills and abilities
                      • Uses performance evaluations and feedback to improve performanceWhy Should You Apply?
                        • Our Mission- work for an organization that makes a real difference in people's lives
                        • Competitive pay
                        • Several benefit options
                        • Employee tuition reimbursement
                        • Great training for staffJoin McKinley to -Be Your Best H.U.M.A.N.McKinley's response to COVID-19: -The safety of the families, children, clients we serve as well as our valued team members is our priority. We want to make sure everyone at McKinley feels safe and welcomed. We are taking all the necessary precautions and safety measures to maintain a safe environment throughout our different locations. We are providing PPE to our team members and visitors along with practicing social distancing measures.

Keywords: McKinley Children's Center, Riverside , Parent Partner (ERMHS) - Desert Region: Beaumont to Palm Springs, Other , Riverside, California

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