Title Records Clerk
Location Hopkinsville
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RECORDS CLERK

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Office Manager

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: N/A

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

(1) Check clients in and out for appointments.
(2) Prepare schedule and client appointment records.
(3) Data entry.
(4) Serve as back-up to the receptionist when necessary.
(5) Maintain medical record files.
(6) Collect fees for service.
(7) Assist in preparation of medical records for microfilming and keep chart volumes updated.
(8) Copy and send out reports as needed.
(9) Perform reminder calls to all established clients to help decrease FTA’s.
(10) Update client demographic information and ensure accuracy of Insurance.
(11) Scan documents into the client’s Electronic Medical Record.
(12) Assist with Utilization Review process as needed.
(13) Print KASPER reports as needed for APRN.
(14) Assist Clinical Staff as needed.
(15) Other duties as required/assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

High school graduate; proficiency in Word Perfect (word processing) and machine dictation. Proficiency with personal computers. Technical experience/interest sufficient to operate computer related hardware, i.e., multiple printers, tape drives, modem communications

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Title Case Manager, Veterans
Location Hopkinsville
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CASE MANAGER, Veterans Center

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Program Manager

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: N/A

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

This employee will provide case management services to adult males residing in the Pennyroyal Veterans Center. Assignments will be based on client needs.
The Case Manager will work with the client in accessing, coordinating, and monitoring necessary services to assist that individual in stabilizing in the community at his highest potential.
The multiple roles of the Case Manager will include the following:
(1) Individual assessment of:
(A) Basic needs such as shelter, food, clothing, entitlements, etc, for successful transition to self-sufficiency.
(B) Specialized needs such as substance abuse treatment services, rehabilitation, social opportunities, vocational and employment capabilities, and psychiatric services.
(C) Develop a life skills curriculum and facilitate classes to help clients prepare for post-program living.
(D) Patient needs for transportation in order to access services.
(2) Provide ongoing contact with community agencies necessary to develop additional resources and coordinate services.
(3) Monitoring service delivery.
(4) Client advocacy.
(5) Assist clients with the problems they face in early recovery, especially legal issues, housing and employment.
(6) In collaboration with other staff and assistant staff, initiates and maintains complete up-to-date client records including but not limited to client files, shift logs, incident reports, and discharge summaries.
(7) Ensures maintenance of clinical information in staff-only files and maintains client confidentiality.
(8) Collaborates with other Program Coordinators and facility staff in program development and client consultation. Provides counseling, feedback, and education to all clients in collaboration with other members of the management/treatment team.
(9) Willing to have on-call responsibilities.
(10) Assist with clients budget and monitor budget compliance.
(11) Monitor SNAP application process.
(12) Other duties as assigned/required.

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Title Mental Health Associate
Location Hopkinsville
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MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATE

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: TRP Program Manager

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

This position has the overall responsibility of assisting the Therapeutic Rehabilitation Program (TRP) Manager in the day-to-day operations of the Hopkinsville Therapeutic Rehabilitation Program. Specific duties include:
(1) Help plan, supervise, and teach clients in therapeutic skill building programs/groups.
(2) Responsible for record keeping and documentation which includes indirect service registers, running Medicaid eligibility sheets weekly, dictating TRP weekly progress notes, updating and printing TRP register from CMHC, processing purchase orders after shopping, and federal food program paperwork (daily, monthly, and annually) and annual client food program applications.
(3) Plan, shop, and prepare for program meals under the federal food program guidelines, shop for craft supplies/program supplies, order janitorial supplies, order office supplies when needed, shop for snacks and drinks for client canteen.
(4) Secure guest speakers from both the community and the Pennyroyal Center for the year.
(5) Gather and enter information for the program into CMHC computer system. Gather information from CMHC for the program.
(6) Participate in goal planning for the program at budget time.
(7) Plan for and carry out ways to earn money for the clients’ checking account for community outings (i.e., make crafts, have internal raffles, cater Center meeting meals, etc.).
(8) Maintain First Aid and CPR certification.
(9) Work closely with all members of the Community Support Program staff as well as therapists, doctors, nurses, and all other staff at the Center.
(10) Work with TRP members’ families when needed for continuing care of TRP clients.
(11) Assist in transporting clients when needed.
(12) Participate in in-service and continuing education programs.
(13) Work flexible hours to meet program needs as directed by supervisor.
(14) Provide coverage in other TRP’s within the region, as assigned.
(15) Perform other duties as deemed necessary/requested by the supervisor.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

(1) Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in psychology, sociology, social work or human services as determined by Medicaid as a mental health field; will consider R.N. with psychiatric service experience. Experience working with the persistently mentally ill desired.
(2) Must convey a positive and professional attitude/manner to clients, family members, and staff.
(3) Must obtain and maintain certification in First Aid and CPR.
(4) Must present proof of a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test.
(5) Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and proof of automobile insurance.
(6) Must pass a Criminal Record check and a Sexual Offender Registry check.

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Title Receptionist
Location Madisonville
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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

High school graduate; proficiency in Microsoft Office and machine dictation.  Proficiency with personal computers. Technical experience/interest sufficient to operate computer related hardware, i.e., multiple printers, tape drives, modem communications.

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Title Substance Use Technician-Genesis
Location Hopkinsville
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SUBSTANCE USE TECHNICIAN, Genesis

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Program Manager

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None

PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES:

(1) Provide recreational and supportive services for substance abusing clients in the Genesis Program.
(2) Facilitate client involvement in 12-Step support group sessions and assess clients’ progress on an individual basis as necessary.
(3) Perform other supportive duties as assigned by the program coordinator or designee.
(4) Perform client record maintenance.
(5) Maintain adequate stock of supplies.
(6) Conduct psychoeducational classes; utilize videos and other training materials as required.
(7) Explain and enforce program policies.
(8) Adapt to a weekend and/or evening schedule, depending on client and program needs.
(9) Utilize 60% of work time in direct client contact activities.
(10) Other duties as assigned/required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma or equivalent. Minimum one year experience in substance abuse field including working knowledge of the 12-Step recovery model. Preference given to experience with Substance Abuse/Dually Diagnosed population. Must pass a Criminal Record Check and Sexual Offender Registry check. Must present proof of a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test.

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Title Veterans Support Specialist
Location Hopkinsville
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Coordinator, Regional Housing

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Chief Financial/Administrative Officer

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Substance Abuse/Housing Case Manager, Housing Specialist, and Housing Intern/AmeriCorps Participant

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
Housing Coordination Responsibilities:
1. Coordinate with Housing Specialist the operation, management and oversight of housing physical facilities.
2. Coordinate and assist Housing Specialist with maintaining contact with tenants of all PHMC-owned/operated units in regards to rent payments and housing inspections. Convey results to the maintenance department if corrective action in needed.
3. Assist Housing Specialist with processing applications for housing.
4. Prepare all Annual Performance Reports for funding agencies and ensure entry of required data into HMIS and TDCS per HUD requirements.
5. Perform housing related grant activity oversight; marketing and associated tasks for all HUD funded projects.
6. Review each housing grant and budget as awarded, conduct internal reviews of each grant for compliance, review all budgetary requirements for grants and ensure that funds are being spent as required. Set up internal systems to ensure grant compliance.
7. Manage activities, reports, and client/tenant relations for all Housing programs.
8. Assist residents of the Veterans Shelter and Genesis Program, and other homeless persons with placement as required.
9. Perform compliance reporting and audit requirements for FHLB’s of Atlanta and Cincinnati.
10. Program evaluation will be conducted on a regular basis to ensure that the housing programs are meeting expected outcomes and are being provided in an efficacious manner.
11. Liaison with funding/regulatory bodies: Serve as liaison with funding and regulatory bodies who have jurisdiction over the residential programming operated by the Pennyroyal Center, ie., Cabinet for Health and Family Services, KHC, HUD, etc.
12. Perform routine supervision of staff members assigned to housing.
13. Serve as member of Center’s Administrative Management team.
14. In conjunction with the Chief Financial and Administrative Officer and Coordinator of Facility Services, assist in the operation, management and oversight of all physical facilities involved in the housing program.
15. Other duties as required/assigned.

Housing Development Responsibilities:
1. Development of knowledge base and advising Center management and the Board regarding public financing for applicable housing.
2. Creation of housing program from conceptual design to occupancy including funding applications, site acquisition, architectural design, construction, occupancy, rents management, facility management and financial accountability standards in consultation with any/all appropriate Center management staff as applicable.
3. Serve as liaison to the KHC, HUD, PADD, and any/all other relevant governmental or other organizations involved with funding/ regulation/development of housing initiatives.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in social work or relevant area. A minimum of three years of relevant work experience in the housing field may be substituted for educational requirement. Must pass required training within specified timeframe. Must have current driver’s license, proof of automobile insurance, reliable transportation, and be able to travel throughout the region. Must present proof of a recent (less than 1-year old) TB skin test, and must pass a legally required Criminal Record Check and Sexual Offender Registry check.

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Title IDD Support Broker/Case Manager
Location Hopkinsville/Madisonville
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SUPPORT BROKER/CASE MANAGER, IDD

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: IDD Coordinator of CDO Services

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Case Manager will ensure that clients are referred to the necessary combination of services to maintain their placement in the community whenever possible. When not possible, the Case Manager will assist in applying for other services.

Specific tasks include but are not limited to the following:
(1) Intake and initial staffing on new referrals.
(2) Schedule evaluations/assessments to update knowledge of client needs.
(3) At one year intervals review IHP, meeting with client, families, service providers, and significant others. The Case Manager should be able to guide the writing of goals and objectives to ensure clarity, measurability, and applicability to the client.
(4) Fill out or assist in filling out any applications for needed services and equipment.
(5) Become knowledgeable of service providers and referral procedures.
(6) Become knowledgeable of the different funding sources for case management and the services/equipment commonly used.
(7) Be able to write clear staff notes in the format approved by funding sources.
(8) Maintain a target number of direct client services and/or clients served as designated annually by the IDD Director.
(9) Develop Person-Centered Plans for clients.
(10) Other duties as required/assigned.

There may be periodic travel in other counties in the eight-county region. The primary client group will be adults with mental retardation or developmental disabilities.

Residence in one of the assigned counties in the region is preferred.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in social work or relevant area with one year experience in MR services preferred. Must pass required training within specified timeframe. Must have current driver’s license, proof of automobile insurance, reliable transportation, and be able to travel throughout the region. Must present proof of a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test, and must pass a legally required Criminal Record Check and Sexual Offender Registry check.

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Title Residential House Manager
Location Madisonville/Hopkinsville
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Residential House Manager, IDD

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Program Manager, Residential Services

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Residential Support Specialists

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

(1) Assist program manager in supervising residential staff.
(2) Meet weekly with the Residential Program Manager
a. Communicate Staffed home Needs
b. Communicate Client needs
c. Review schedules for RSS
(3) Assist Residential Program Manager in hiring of Residential Support Specialist
a. Communicate with Program Manager when the Residential Home needs additional staff members
b. review applications as needed
c. assist in scheduling and completing interviews
(4) Train each Residential Support Specialist on individual needs, DDID regulations.
(5) Will complete and distribute weekly schedules for Residential Support Specialist
(6) Cover scheduled residential hours when RSS are unable to work a scheduled shift.
(7) Participate in the rotating on call schedule; as needed
(8) Complete all monthly DDID required documentations.
a. All documentation are completed by the required date and turned into the Program Manager by the required date.
b. Clients home charts are in compliance
(8) Provision of physical assistance;
(9) Residential training to facilitate the acquisition of communication skills, sensory motor skills, daily living and self-help skills;
(10) Assistance with daily living, such as:
(a) Ambulation;
(b) Dressing;
(c) Grooming;
(d) Feeding;
(e) Toileting;
(f) Bathing;
(g) Meal planning and preparation;
(h) Laundry;
(i) Budgeting and financial assistance;
(j) Home care and cleaning.
(11) Emotional support and advice, and assistance to help the individual work through problems;
(12) Provision of, or arrangement for, transportation to services, activities, medical appointments as needed.
(13) Cooperation with monitoring (i.e., periodic announced and unannounced visits to the home by various monitoring entities).
(14) Other duties as required/assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Must have a high school diploma or GED and be at least 18 years of age, or be at least 21 years of age and have effective communication skills. Must have valid driver’s license, automobile insurance, and reliable transportation (car that seats 4 comfortably). Must have physical ability to position, turn, and transfer person in wheelchair. Must pass required training, provide proof of a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test, and pass a legally required Criminal Record Check and Sexual Offender Registry check.

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Title Service Coordinator, First Steps
Location Hopkinsville
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SERVICE COORDINATOR, First Steps
REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Program Manager
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: N/A
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
This employee’s work location will be in Hopkinsville with frequent travel to other counties. Duties include:
(1) Coordinating all services across agency lines; and
(2) Serving as the single point of contact in helping parents to obtain the services and assistance they need to address the needs of their child as recognized on their Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP).
Service coordination is an active, ongoing process that involves:
(1) Assisting parents of eligible children in gaining access to all services identified in the IFSP;
(2) Coordinating the provision of Early Intervention Services and other services (such as, but not limited to, medical services) based on IFSP;
(3) Facilitating the timely delivery of available services; and
(4) Continuously seeking the appropriate services necessary to benefit the development of each child being served for the duration of the child’s eligibility;
(5) Maintain knowledge of the state and federal regulations governing the First Steps program, as well as changes in services/guidelines;
(6) Maintain complete and accurate records on designated children referred through the Point of Entry (POE), keeping on file all records generated by the POE from all other service providers;
(7) Other duties as required/assigned.
Specific service coordination activities include:
(1) Conducting the family assessment to determine the family’s priorities and concerns and updating this information in TOTS as necessary;
(2) Coordinating the performance of screenings, evaluations and assessments;
(3) Facilitating and participating in the development, review and evaluation of IFSPs;
(4) Assisting families in identifying available service providers;
(5) Coordinating and monitoring the timely delivery of appropriate early intervention services;
(6) Informing families of the availability of advocacy services;
(7) Coordinating with medical and health providers;
(8) Coordinating the funding sources for services; and
(9) Facilitating the development of a transition plan to preschool services or other services.

Minimum Qualifications
(1) Must have the ability to cooperate and work one-on-one and a team approach with families, other service providers, and school personnel.
(2) Must have organizational and documentation skills
(3) Must have good communication (written and verbal) skills
(4) Must have the ability to work without close supervision, meet deadlines, and be responsible for out-of-office travel/scheduling.

This employee must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in human services, special education, or related field. Must have 2 years of documented experience working with young children ages birth through five (5) years. Must have a current driver’s license, proof of automobile insurance in compliance with State law, and be able to travel to different job sites and client homes when necessary as well as, pass a legally required Criminal Record Check and Sexual Offender Registry check.

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Title Case Manager, SMI
Location Princeton
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CASE MANAGER, SMI

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Coordinator of CSP/SMI Case Management

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

This employee will provide case management services to adult mentally ill clients.

Duties include:
(1) Provide intensive case management to identified clients.
(2) Have ongoing contact with community agencies necessary to develop additional resources and coordinate services.
(3) Assist in developing housing for SMI clients.
(4) Must be able to establish rapport with clients and families.
(5) Must have transportation and be willing to assist clients by providing outings and keeping scheduled appointments with various community advocacy agencies.
(6) Employee is also responsible for record keeping associated with the services provided.
(7) May fill in from time to time during the absence of other staff, as assigned by supervisor.
(8) Other duties as assigned/required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor’s degree in psychology, social work, or related field with at least 1 year of experience in working with severely mentally ill adults. Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and be willing to transport clients on a daily basis. Must present proof of automobile insurance and pass a Criminal Record Check. Must present proof of a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test. Within 6 months of employment, this employee must attend the Kentucky Level I case managers training.

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Title Office Manager – North Drive – Self & Westerfield Bldg
Location Hopkinsville
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OFFICE MANAGER, North Drive Campus

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Coordinator of Client Records Services, Program Manager

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Office Staff

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Office Manager has coordination and supervisory responsibility for all non-clinical functions including medical records, finance, facility, and reception functions. Duties will include:

(1) Direct supervision of Front Desk staff, supervision for Medical Records, and administrative supervision of substitutes from other departments. Supervision responsibilities include job performance appraisals, scheduling, training, leave approvals, timekeeping and other tasks associated with direct supervision.
(2) Supervision of the automated information system. Responsibilities include the maintenance of timely and accurate data collection and data entry. Specific duties will include the monitoring of practices of all personnel involved in entries to the automated system. Additional duties in this area include:
(a) functioning as a local resource person for all staff regarding correct data collection and entry practices and
(b) serving as a trainer for current and new employees regarding the specific practices relating to the information system.
(3) Supervision of business office practices including:
(a) patient business office interviews,
(b) fee setting,
(c) employer/insurance procedures,
(d) cash receipts and other financial transactions,
(e) cash drawer practices, deposits and service/deposit reconciliations,
(f) delinquent account follow-up.
(4) Serve as a liaison with the regional business office on administrative service affairs including purchasing, patient accounting, payroll timekeeping, mail and other delivery processing, telephone services and housekeeping supplies.
(5) Maintain familiarity with the Center’s MIS and its applications, supervising the implementation of new procedures (such as scheduling) as they are enacted.
(6) Oversight of local facility matters including housekeeping and maintenance. Serve as point of contact with the Coordinator of Facility Services.
(7) Other duties as required/assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

High School diploma with business/clerical courses, including word processing or post graduation business course training. At least 3 years experience in a job with general secretarial or administrative assistant duties. Prefer minimum of two years managerial experience.

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Title Outpatient/School Based Clinician
Location Christian County
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OUTPATIENT/SCHOOL-BASED CLINICIAN

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Director of Children’s Services/Practice Manager

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
The assignment of time for this clinician will be contingent on the balance between the continuity of care provided through the clinics and the school’s needs.
Outpatient duties include:
(1) Provide intake, screening, referral, and crisis intervention services, including after-hours on-call, responding within one hour of the request when assigned to that service.
(2) Conduct individual, family, and group therapy for all age groups.
(3) Participate in staff conferences.
(4) Prepare psychosocial evaluations and individual treatment plans with measurable goals and objectives.
(5) Provide consultation and education in the community and with community agencies including courts and physicians.
(7) Develop and implement a marketing strategy for the schools as well as the outpatient clinic to improve community relations and increase referrals from physicians, business, and industry. Develop an active practice that can generate steady income to the Pennyroyal Center.
(8) Keep all documentation and utilization reviews up to date per the Pennyroyal Center’s Policies and Procedures.
(9) Provide timely feedback to all referral sources such as schools, pediatricians, nurse practitioners, family practice physicians, Department of Juvenile Justice, DCBS, Juvenile Court, and others as a marketing strategy and in line with standards of quality care.
(10) Attend required clinical and administrative meetings.
(11) Work as a team player providing a positive working attitude both inter- and intra-professionally.
(12) Maintain license to practice and obtain necessary CEUs per the Pennyroyal Center’s educational objectives/plan.
(13) Attend assigned supervisory sessions.
(14) Clinician may be required to work an altered schedule and provide clinical services one or two evenings per week.
(15) Travel to other clinics will be required based on Center needs.
(16) Other duties as required/assigned.
Primary in-school duties include:
(1) Provide intake, screening, referral, and crisis intervention services at the assigned school(s).
(2) Conduct timely individual, group, family, and collateral therapies in the assigned school system(s).
(3) Coordinate opening charts, intakes, therapy notes, and obtaining business interview information as necessary to serve the identified child/family.
(4) Conduct teacher in-services as requested and scheduled by the school in concert with the School Coordinator.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Minimum of Master’s degree in social work, psychology, professional counseling, or marriage and family therapy from an accredited university and appropriate credentials for practice in Kentucky. No evidence of past malpractice claims or any State Board sanctions. Must pass a legally required Criminal Record Check and a Sexual Offender Registry check. Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and present proof of automobile insurance. Must present proof of a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test.

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Title Case Manager, IDD Crisis Prevention and Response
Salary IDD Crisis/PASRR Case Manager
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IDD CRISIS/PASRR CASE MANAGER

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Coordinator of General Fund Services

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: N/A

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
The position will provide crisis case management, crisis intervention and response for adults with IDD and Pre Admission Screening and Resident Review (PASRR) case management. The case manager will be responsible for developing case plans and developing a Person-Centered Plan. This position will provide coverage for all counties in the Pennyroyal Region.

Duties include:
1) Provide home/Crisis Services Program visits to clients in order to monitor their overall functioning in their environment. This will include ongoing assessment, observation, and monitoring mental status and medication.
2) Intake on new PASRR referrals to include developing a yearly Plan of Care, monthly face to face visits in nursing homes and maintaining documentation of all visits. The case manager should be able to guide the writing of goals and objectives to ensure clarity, measurability and applicability to the client.
3) Complete all required documentation for the crisis program and PASRR program.
4) Educate and assist all clients and their families regarding the client’s treatment and care.
5) Provide training and back-up support for Therapeutic Aides.
6) Be available for on call for Pennyroyal Region for crisis case management intervention and be available to provide backup coverage in emergency situations.
7) Be knowledgeable of service providers and referral procedures.
8) Be knowledgeable of the different funding sources for case management and the services/equipment commonly used to include regulations for waiver programs and state general funds.
9) Develop Person-Centered goals for all clients served.
10) Assist supervisor with monitoring services within the community including being able to attend Plan of Care meetings, trainings and home visits as needed.
11) Other duties as required/assigned

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in psychology, social work or related field. Experience in the mental health field preferred.
Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation and present proof of automobile insurance as required by the State of Kentucky and be able to travel throughout the region. Must pass a Criminal Record Check, a Child Abuse and Neglect Check, A Nurse Aide Abuse Registry check and a Sexual Offender Registry check. Must present proof of a recent (less than 1 year old) TB Skin test. Must be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to work a flexible schedule as required by program needs.

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Title Clinical Social Worker
Location Hopkinsville
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Clinical Social Worker

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Clinic Coordinator

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: N/A

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Duties will include:
(1) Intake, screening, referrals, and crisis intervention services, responding within one hour of the request when assigned to that service.
(2) Individual, family and group therapy for outpatient adult clients with variety of presenting problems including substance abuse.
(3) Participate in staff conferences.
(4) Prepare treatment plans, write goals and objectives.
(5) Work as part of a multi-disciplined team in Clinic with emphasis on brief, goal oriented therapy.
(6) Consultation and education in the community and with community agencies which may include law enforcement, industry, Community Based Services, and others on both program and case basis.
(7) Develop and implement a marketing strategy to improve community relations and increase referrals from physicians, business and industries.
(8) Clinician may be required to work an altered schedule and provide clinical services one to two evenings per week.
(9) Travel to other clinics may be expected based on the needs of the Center.
(10) Must be available for on-call services.
(11) Must maintain domestic violence certification and provide domestic violence treatment.
(12) Must maintain DUI and DUI Assessor certifications.
(13) Clinician will provide DUI assessment, 20-hour psychoeducation, and treatment as required or needed/requested.
(14) Clinician will provide clinical services supervision for DUI/Substance Abuse treatment staff as needed/requested.
(15) Other duties as required/assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum of either (1) Master’s degree in clinical or counseling psychology with Kentucky certification as a psychological associate and autonomous functioning status; (2) Master’s in social work with Kentucky licensure (LCSW); or (3) Master’s degree in psychiatric nursing or alternative training to qualify as psychiatric nurse.
Must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and present proof of automobile insurance. Must pass a legally required Criminal Records Check and a Sexual Offender Registry check. Must provide proof of a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test.

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Title Office Manager – North Drive
Location Hopkinsville
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OFFICE MANAGER, North Drive Campus

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Coordinator of Client Records Services, Program Manager

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Office Staff

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Office Manager has coordination and supervisory responsibility for all non-clinical functions including medical records, finance, facility, and reception functions. Duties will include:

(1) Direct supervision of Front Desk staff, supervision for Medical Records, and administrative supervision of substitutes from other departments. Supervision responsibilities include job performance appraisals, scheduling, training, leave approvals, timekeeping and other tasks associated with direct supervision.
(2) Supervision of the automated information system. Responsibilities include the maintenance of timely and accurate data collection and data entry. Specific duties will include the monitoring of practices of all personnel involved in entries to the automated system. Additional duties in this area include:
(a) functioning as a local resource person for all staff regarding correct data collection and entry practices and
(b) serving as a trainer for current and new employees regarding the specific practices relating to the information system.
(3) Supervision of business office practices including:
(a) patient business office interviews,
(b) fee setting,
(c) employer/insurance procedures,
(d) cash receipts and other financial transactions,
(e) cash drawer practices, deposits and service/deposit reconciliations,
(f) delinquent account follow-up.
(4) Serve as a liaison with the regional business office on administrative service affairs including purchasing, patient accounting, payroll timekeeping, mail and other delivery processing, telephone services and housekeeping supplies.
(5) Maintain familiarity with the Center’s MIS and its applications, supervising the implementation of new procedures (such as scheduling) as they are enacted.
(6) Oversight of local facility matters including housekeeping and maintenance. Serve as point of contact with the Coordinator of Facility Services.
(7) Other duties as required/assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

High School diploma with business/clerical courses, including word processing or post graduation business course training. At least 3 years experience in a job with general secretarial or administrative assistant duties. Prefer minimum of two years managerial experience.

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Title Residential House Manager
Location Greenville
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Residential House Manager, IDD

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Program Manager, Residential Services

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Residential Support Specialists

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

(1) Assist program manager in supervising residential staff.
(2) Meet weekly with the Residential Program Manager
a. Communicate Staffed home Needs
b. Communicate Client needs
c. Review schedules for RSS
(3) Assist Residential Program Manager in hiring of Residential Support Specialist
a. Communicate with Program Manager when the Residential Home needs additional staff members
b. review applications as needed
c. assist in scheduling and completing interviews
(4) Train each Residential Support Specialist on individual needs, DDID regulations.
(5) Will complete and distribute weekly schedules for Residential Support Specialist
(6) Cover scheduled residential hours when RSS are unable to work a scheduled shift.
(7) Participate in the rotating on call schedule; as needed
(8) Complete all monthly DDID required documentations.
a. All documentation are completed by the required date and turned into the Program Manager by the required date.
b. Clients home charts are in compliance
(8) Provision of physical assistance;
(9) Residential training to facilitate the acquisition of communication skills, sensory motor skills, daily living and self-help skills;
(10) Assistance with daily living, such as:
(a) Ambulation;
(b) Dressing;
(c) Grooming;
(d) Feeding;
(e) Toileting;
(f) Bathing;
(g) Meal planning and preparation;
(h) Laundry;
(i) Budgeting and financial assistance;
(j) Home care and cleaning.
(11) Emotional support and advice, and assistance to help the individual work through problems;
(12) Provision of, or arrangement for, transportation to services, activities, medical appointments as needed.
(13) Cooperation with monitoring (i.e., periodic announced and unannounced visits to the home by various monitoring entities).
(14) Other duties as required/assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Must have a high school diploma or GED and be at least 18 years of age, or be at least 21 years of age and have effective communication skills. Must have valid driver’s license, automobile insurance, and reliable transportation (car that seats 4 comfortably). Must have physical ability to position, turn, and transfer person in wheelchair. Must pass required training, provide proof of a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test, and pass a legally required Criminal Record Check and Sexual Offender Registry check.

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Title Mental Health Associate – Drug Court
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MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATE- DRUG COURT

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Director of Substance Abuse Services

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

(1) Intake, screening, referrals, and crisis intervention services, responding within one hour of the request when assigned to that service.
(2) Individual, family and group therapy for substance abuse outpatient clients with variety of presenting problems.
(3) Provide substance use assessment and update ASAM
(4) Prepare treatment plans, write goals and objectives.
(5) Work as part of a multi-disciplined team in facility with emphasis on brief, goal oriented
therapy.
(6) Work as part of a multi-disciplined team within the drug court program.
(7) Consultation and education in the community and with community agencies which may include law enforcement, industry, Community Based Services, and others on both program and case basis.
(8) Clinician may be required to work an altered schedule and provide clinical services one to two evenings per week.
(9) Administer Urine Drug Screens when required.
(10) Other duties as assigned/required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum of Bachelor’s degree, enrolled in human service related Master’s program (Counseling, Psychology, or Social Work) and currently in internship/practicum phase. Individual must be licensed to provide mental health services in the state of Kentucky within 12 months of hire date. Must complete 20 hours of substance abuse education annually to be credentialed as a Qualified Substance Abuse Professional. Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and present proof of automobile insurance. Must pass a legally required Criminal Record Check and Sexual Offender Registry check, and present proof of a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test.

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Title Peer Support Specialist – MAT Clinic
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PEER SUPPORT SPECIALIST, MAT Clinic

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Director of Substance Abuse Services

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Provide supportive recovery services for MAT clinic clients.
2. Encourage and facilitate client involvement in 12 step support group sessions and assess the participant’s progress on an individual basis as necessary.
3. Perform other supportive duties as assigned by the Pennyroyal Center Co-occurring Therapists or the Case Manager.
4. Conduct psychoeducational classes in regard to 12 step program and recovery dynamics.
5. Expected to have 80% time in direct participant contact activities.
6. Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

High School diploma or equivalent. Minimum of year experience in the Substance Abuse/Mental Health field including a working knowledge of the 12 step recovery model. Must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and present proof of automobile insurance. Must pass a Criminal Record Check and Sexual Offender Registry check. Must have present proof of a recent (less than a 1-year-old) TB skin test.

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Title Residential Support Specialist
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RESIDENTIAL SUPPORT SPECIALIST, IDD
REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Program Manager, Residential Services
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
(1) Provision of physical assistance;
(2) Residential training to facilitate the acquisition of communication skills, sensory motor skills, daily living and self-help skills;
(3) Assistance with daily living, such as:
(a) Ambulation;
(b) Dressing;
(c) Grooming;
(d) Feeding;
(e) Toileting;
(f) Bathing;
(g) Meal planning and preparation;
(h) Laundry;
(i) Budgeting and financial assistance;
(j) Home care and cleaning.
(4) Emotional support and advice, and assistance to help the individual work through problems;
(5) Communication with the assigned support coordinator on a regularly scheduled basis and as needed;
(6) Provision of, or arrangement for, transportation to services, activities, medical appointments as needed.
(7) Active participation in medical appointments and follow-up care as directed by the medical staff; and
(8) Cooperation with monitoring (i.e., periodic announced and unannounced visits to the home by various monitoring entities).
(9) Other duties as required/assigned.
Must have a high school diploma or GED and be at least 18 years of age, or be at least 21 years of age and have effective communication skills. Must have valid driver’s license, automobile insurance, and reliable transportation (car that seats 4 comfortably). Must have physical ability to position, turn, and transfer person in wheelchair. Must pass required training, provide proof of a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test, and pass a legally required Criminal Record Check and Sexual Offender Registry check.

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Title Peer Support Specialist
Location Hopkinsville
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PEER SUPPORT SPECIALIST

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Coordinator of Community Support Programs

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: N/A

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

This employee will assist in providing services to adult clients meeting diagnostic criteria of Severe Mental Illness to ensure these clients receive necessary services to maintain stability of their SMI symptoms and with the goal of avoiding/reducing hospitalizations and preserving their appropriate placement in the community.

Specific tasks include but are not limited to the following:
1. Must be able to establish rapport with clients, families, and cooperating entities, engaging clients through outreach and support.
2. Using personal experience of recovery to assist clients.
3. Advocate to and for clients by sharing first-hand experiences, offering hope and reassurance.
4. Provide interventions to clients regarding (but not limited to) symptoms of mental illness, coping skills and resources, medication benefits and side effects, relapse prevention.
5. Assist clients in developing self-directed care and advance directive plans.
6. Promote recovery through role-modeling, sharing personal experiences, connection to community, self-determination.
7. Complete all documentation timely and accurately in the format approved by funding sources and regulatory statutes.
8. Act as liaison between client and community; building relationships with families and cooperating entities to develop additional resources and coordinate services.
9. Maintain a target number of direct client services and/or clients served as designated.
10. Must have transportation and be willing to assist clients if needed.
11. Other duties as required/assigned by supervisor.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum of High School diploma, one year experience in MH services preferred. Must pass required training within specified timeframe. Must have current driver’s license, proof of automobile insurance, reliable transportation, and be able to travel throughout the region. Must present proof of a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test, and must pass a legally required Criminal Record Check and Sexual Offender Registry check.

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Title TRACE Support Supervisor
Location Madisonville
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PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Responsible for the overall supervision of the Workshop Program of Trace Industries-Madisonville. Responsible to the General Manager of Trace Industries. Duties of this position shall include the following:

(1) Supervision of assigned staff.
(2) Responsible for the production activities, including quality control and scheduling.
(3) Coordinate the overall operation of the Supports for Community Living program, Developmentally Delayed (DD) vocational services, and Seriously Mentally Ill (SMI) vocational services, and Substance Abuse.
(4) Management of the program budget for Trace-Madisonville.
(5) Maintain client production records and oversee client reports in general.
(6) Supervision of the client/employee programs for work and training.
(7) Conduct time studies as required and set up required jigs and other equipment used in production.
(8) Management of the facility and other Center property at the workshop in coordination with the Coordinator of Facility Services.
(9) Coordinate with General Manager, Behavior Management Specialist, and Case Management in the development of individualized service goals, and the monitoring and assessment of Client-Employee progress.
(10) In coordination with the General Manager implement community relations programs with parents and others on behalf of Trace Industries.
(11) Responsible for the client payroll and compliance with Wage and Hour Certification.
(12) Implement the local safety program in accordance with Trace Industries and the Pennyroyal Center policy.
(13) Ensure the maintenance and cleanliness of the areas used.
(14) Participate in production planning and supervisory training.
(15) When required, supervise the operation of the dimension mill in the production of required finished lumber.
(16) Supervise Adult Day Habilitation Program.
(17) Other duties as required/assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
High School graduate or equivalent required. Experience in management of resources desired, i.e., people, money, and material. Industrial or production experience desired. Valid driver’s license and light truck/forklift experience required. Basic electrical and mechanical skills required. Must provide proof of a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test, and pass a legally required Criminal Record Check and Sexual Offender Registry Check. Must maintain CPR and first aid certification.

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Title Clinical Social Worker
Location Hopkinsville/Princeton
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Clinical Social Worker

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Clinic Coordinator

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: N/A

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Duties will include:
(1) Intake, screening, referrals, and crisis intervention services, responding within one hour of the request when assigned to that service.
(2) Individual, family and group therapy for outpatient adult clients with variety of presenting problems including substance abuse.
(3) Participate in staff conferences.
(4) Prepare treatment plans, write goals and objectives.
(5) Work as part of a multi-disciplined team in Clinic with emphasis on brief, goal oriented therapy.
(6) Consultation and education in the community and with community agencies which may include law enforcement, industry, Community Based Services, and others on both program and case basis.
(7) Develop and implement a marketing strategy to improve community relations and increase referrals from physicians, business and industries.
(8) Clinician may be required to work an altered schedule and provide clinical services one to two evenings per week.
(9) Travel to other clinics may be expected based on the needs of the Center.
(10) Must be available for on-call services.
(11) Must maintain domestic violence certification and provide domestic violence treatment.
(12) Must maintain DUI and DUI Assessor certifications.
(13) Clinician will provide DUI assessment, 20-hour psychoeducation, and treatment as required or needed/requested.
(14) Clinician will provide clinical services supervision for DUI/Substance Abuse treatment staff as needed/requested.
(15) Other duties as required/assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum of either (1) Master’s degree in clinical or counseling psychology with Kentucky certification as a psychological associate and autonomous functioning status; (2) Master’s in social work with Kentucky licensure (LCSW); or (3) Master’s degree in psychiatric nursing or alternative training to qualify as psychiatric nurse.
Must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and present proof of automobile insurance. Must pass a legally required Criminal Records Check and a Sexual Offender Registry check. Must provide proof of a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test.

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Title Substance Use Therapist-Genesis
Location Hopkinsville
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SUBSTANCE USE/RESIDENTIAL THERAPIST

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Director of Substance Use Services/Program Manager for Genesis.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

(1) Intake, screening, referrals, and crisis intervention services, responding within one hour of the request when assigned to that service.
(2) Individual, family and group therapy for substance abuse outpatient clients with variety of presenting problems
(3) Participation in weekly conferences with the Psychiatrist and the Program Manager.
(4) Prepare treatment plans, write goals and objectives.
(5) Work as part of a multi-disciplined team in Clinic with emphasis on brief, goal oriented therapy.
(6) Consultation and education in the community and with community agencies which may include law enforcement, industry, Community Based Services, and others on both program and case basis.
(7) Clinician may be required to work an altered schedule and provide clinical services one to two evenings per week.
(8) Provided substance use evaluations and DUI Assessments as needed.
(9) Employee must be willing to reside in the Pennyroyal Region.
(10) Travel to other area clinics will be expected based on the needs of the Center.
(11) Group work with clients as specific needs are identified.
(12) Administer Urine Drug Screens when required.
(13) Other duties as assigned/required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum of Master’s degree in a human service related field. Must be licensed to provide mental health services in the state of Kentucky. Must complete 20 hours of substance abuse education annually to be credentialed as a Qualified Substance Abuse Professional. At least 5 years experience in providing substance abuse services. Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and present proof of automobile insurance. Must pass a legally required Criminal Record Check and Sexual Offender Registry check, and present proof of a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test.

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Title TRACE Support Specialist
Location Madisonville
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PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Responsible for the daily training and supervision of 10-12 Client-Employees’ work skills in the Adult Day Habilitation program. Works under the supervision of the Shop Supervisor.
Duties include the following:
(1) Supervise assigned client/employees in a production setting, custodial setting, or day habilitation setting.
(2) Set up and meet work production schedules and know the standards for cleanliness and follow them.
(3) Maintain assigned Client attendance, production, and progress records/reports.
(4) Responsible for the cleanliness off the area used and or insure checklist for each building is complied with in the custodial setting.
(5) Oversee safety of assigned client-employees adhering to all safety requirements.
(6) Set up and maintain assigned equipment (production and janitorial) and the safe working order of all.
(7) Participate in conducting time studies as required.
(8) Coordinate with Shop Supervisor, Behavior Management Specialist, and Case Manager in the development of goals for client-employees’ progress. Train new clients-employees’ in the area of organizing their work to maximize production and in the area of janitorial work.
(9) Check in all sub-contract parts, accomplish assigned sub-contract(s) and finish products according to schedule, and transport clients to and from each custodial site.
(10) Know the quality standards of applicable products and maintain product quality, adhere to all safety requirements, and abide to able to read and understand written instructions and comply with the Material Safety Data Sheets on all products used.
(11) Attend all production and training meetings as directed.
(12) Serve as forklift operator as needed.
(13) Responsible for assigned vehicle including daily checks on fluids, lights, and tires.
(14) Other Duties as required/assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
High School graduate or equivalent (GED) required. Industrial or production experience desired. Mental health/mental retardation or adult habilitation equivalent experience preferred.
Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and present proof of automobile insurance. Must pass a legally required Criminal Record Check and a Sexual Offender Registry check. Must present proof a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test.
Must maintain CPR and First Aid certification. Must be able to lift 50 lbs. and climb and work from a 12′ ladder.

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Title Outpatient/School-Based Therapist
Location Hopkinsville
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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum of Master’s degree in social work, psychology, professional counseling, or marriage and family therapy from an accredited university and appropriate credentials for practice in Kentucky.  No evidence of past malpractice claims or any State Board sanctions. Must pass a legally required Criminal Record Check and a Sexual Offender Registry check.  Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and present proof of automobile insurance.  Must present proof of a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test.

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Title RESPOND Clinical Assessor
Location Hopkinsville
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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in clinical-related area; 2 or more years experience (preferred) in mental health field; familiarity with history taking and DSM-IV diagnoses with children and adults.  Must be computer literate; network experience preferred.

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Title Receptionist/Records Associate
Location Hopkinsville
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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

High school graduate; proficiency in Word Perfect (word processing) and machine dictation. Proficiency with personal computers. Technical experience/interest sufficient to operate computer related hardware, i.e., multiple printers, tape drives, modem communications

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Title Any Open Position
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We will submit your application to any current job opening in which you qualify for.

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Title IDD Specialized Services Specialist
Location Hopkinsville
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Specialized Services Specialist, IDD

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: State General Funds Coordinator

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: N/A

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Provision of socialization skills with clients in nursing homes
2. Training to facilitate the acquisition of communication skills, sensory motor skills, daily living and self-help skills
3. Assistance with daily living such as:
A. Shopping
B. Money Management
4. Provide emotional support and advice, and assistance to help individuals work through problems
5. Communicate with the assigned support coordinator on a regular basis and as needed
6. Provide transportation to activities in the community such as eating out, movies, bowling, library, park etc.
7. Provide assistance with activities within the nursing home such as arts and crafts, games, listening to music and other activities
8. Maintain records, monthly summaries and service registers
9. Other duties as assigned

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidates must have a high school diploma or GED and be at least 18 years of age, or be at least 21 years of age and have effective communication skills. Candidates must have a valid driver’s license, automobile insurance and reliable transportation. Candidates must have physical ability to position, turn, and transfer person in wheelchair. Must pass required training, provide proof of a recent TB skin test and pass a legally required Criminal Record Check, Drug test and Sexual Offender Registry check.

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Title School-Based Therapist
Location Hopkinsville, Madisonville, Greenville
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OUTPATIENT/SCHOOL-BASED CLINICIAN

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Director of Children’s Services/Practice Manager

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
The assignment of time for this clinician will be contingent on the balance between the continuity of care provided through the clinics and the school’s needs.
Outpatient duties include:
(1) Provide intake, screening, referral, and crisis intervention services, including after-hours on-call, responding within one hour of the request when assigned to that service.
(2) Conduct individual, family, and group therapy for all age groups.
(3) Participate in staff conferences.
(4) Prepare psychosocial evaluations and individual treatment plans with measurable goals and objectives.
(5) Provide consultation and education in the community and with community agencies including courts and physicians.
(7) Develop and implement a marketing strategy for the schools as well as the outpatient clinic to improve community relations and increase referrals from physicians, business, and industry. Develop an active practice that can generate steady income to the Pennyroyal Center.
(8) Keep all documentation and utilization reviews up to date per the Pennyroyal Center’s Policies and Procedures.
(9) Provide timely feedback to all referral sources such as schools, pediatricians, nurse practitioners, family practice physicians, Department of Juvenile Justice, DCBS, Juvenile Court, and others as a marketing strategy and in line with standards of quality care.
(10) Attend required clinical and administrative meetings.
(11) Work as a team player providing a positive working attitude both inter- and intra-professionally.
(12) Maintain license to practice and obtain necessary CEUs per the Pennyroyal Center’s educational objectives/plan.
(13) Attend assigned supervisory sessions.
(14) Clinician may be required to work an altered schedule and provide clinical services one or two evenings per week.
(15) Travel to other clinics will be required based on Center needs.
(16) Other duties as required/assigned.
Primary in-school duties include:
(1) Provide intake, screening, referral, and crisis intervention services at the assigned school(s).
(2) Conduct timely individual, group, family, and collateral therapies in the assigned school system(s).
(3) Coordinate opening charts, intakes, therapy notes, and obtaining business interview information as necessary to serve the identified child/family.
(4) Conduct teacher in-services as requested and scheduled by the school in concert with the School Coordinator.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Minimum of Master’s degree in social work, psychology, professional counseling, or marriage and family therapy from an accredited university and appropriate credentials for practice in Kentucky. No evidence of past malpractice claims or any State Board sanctions. Must pass a legally required Criminal Record Check and a Sexual Offender Registry check. Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and present proof of automobile insurance. Must present proof of a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test.

(4 positions available)
**1 in Hopkinsville
**1 in Greenville
**2 in Madisonville

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Title Receptionist / Records Associate
Location Greenville
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RECEPTIONIST/RECORDS ASSOCIATE

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Office Manager

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: N/A

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

1) Process all incoming calls efficiently and in a caller-friendly manner
2) Perform data entry for patient registrations, service or file updates.
3) Assist Fiscal Services Department as assigned.
4) Update and maintain client payer/financial information with emphasis on same-day collections.
5) Assist Medical Records Department as assigned
6) Scan Documents into the EMR
7) Assist in utilization process as needed
8) Perform reminder calls to decrease FTA’s
9) Data entry
10) Copy and send out reports as needed
11) General transcription of dictation as needed.
12) Ensure Authorizations are obtained for all testing/individual appointments.
13) Other duties as assigned by the Office Manager or Chief Financial/Administrative Officer

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

High school graduate; proficiency in Microsoft Office and machine dictation. Proficiency with personal computers. Technical experience/interest sufficient to operate computer related hardware, i.e., multiple printers, tape drives, modem communications

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Title Outpatient Therapist
Location Greenville
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OUTPATIENT THERAPIST

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Practice Manager/Director of Clinical Operations

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Possible clinical supervision if qualified.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

(1) Perform clinical evaluations and assessments which will include diagnosis.
(2) Intake, screening, referrals, and crisis intervention services, responding within one hour of the request when assigned to that service.
(3) Individual, family and group therapy to address various emotional disorders and mental illness.
(4) Participate in staff conferences.
(5) Prepare treatment plans, write goals, and objectives.
(6) Work as part of a multi-disciplined team in Clinic with emphasis on brief, goal oriented therapy.
(7) Consultation and education in the community and with community agencies which may include law enforcement, industry, Community Based Services, and others on both program and case basis.
(8) Clinician may be required to work an altered schedule.
(9) Employee must be willing to reside in the Pennyroyal Region.
(10) Travel to other area clinics will be expected based on the needs of the Center.
(11) Participate as necessary in the emergency back-up on-call process.
(12) Other duties as assigned/required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Must be a QMHP with a minimum of Master’s degree in a human service related field having completed the required 2 years of supervision. Must be licensed to provide mental health services in the state of Kentucky. Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and present proof of automobile insurance. Must pass a legally required Criminal Record Check and Sexual Offender Registry check, and present proof of a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test.

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Title Residential House Manager
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Residential House Manager, IDD

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Program Manager, Residential Services

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Residential Support Specialists

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

(1) Assist program manager in supervising residential staff.
(2) Meet weekly with the Residential Program Manager
a. Communicate Staffed home Needs
b. Communicate Client needs
c. Review schedules for RSS
(3) Assist Residential Program Manager in hiring of Residential Support Specialist
a. Communicate with Program Manager when the Residential Home needs additional staff members
b. review applications as needed
c. assist in scheduling and completing interviews
(4) Train each Residential Support Specialist on individual needs, DDID regulations.
(5) Will complete and distribute weekly schedules for Residential Support Specialist
(6) Cover scheduled residential hours when RSS are unable to work a scheduled shift.
(7) Participate in the rotating on call schedule; as needed
(8) Complete all monthly DDID required documentations.
a. All documentation are completed by the required date and turned into the Program Manager by the required date.
b. Clients home charts are in compliance
(8) Provision of physical assistance;
(9) Residential training to facilitate the acquisition of communication skills, sensory motor skills, daily living and self-help skills;
(10) Assistance with daily living, such as:
(a) Ambulation;
(b) Dressing;
(c) Grooming;
(d) Feeding;
(e) Toileting;
(f) Bathing;
(g) Meal planning and preparation;
(h) Laundry;
(i) Budgeting and financial assistance;
(j) Home care and cleaning.
(11) Emotional support and advice, and assistance to help the individual work through problems;
(12) Provision of, or arrangement for, transportation to services, activities, medical appointments as needed.
(13) Cooperation with monitoring (i.e., periodic announced and unannounced visits to the home by various monitoring entities).
(14) Other duties as required/assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Must have a high school diploma or GED and be at least 18 years of age, or be at least 21 years of age and have effective communication skills. Must have valid driver’s license, automobile insurance, and reliable transportation (car that seats 4 comfortably). Must have physical ability to position, turn, and transfer person in wheelchair. Must pass required training, provide proof of a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test, and pass a legally required Criminal Record Check and Sexual Offender Registry check.

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Title Genesis Nurse
Location Hopkinsville
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NURSE

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Coordinator of Nursing Services

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None

PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES:

(1) Assist the psychiatrist/ARNP in the management of severely mentally ill (SMI) clients by obtaining medical information.
(2) Assist the psychiatrist/ARNP as needed and respond to medication calls.
(3) Administer injectable medications as prescribed by the staff psychiatrist/ARNP.
(4) Monitor lab and diagnostic testing.
(5) Input prescription information in Order Connect electronic prescribing and Pennyroyal EMR.
(6) Work primarily with SMI clients in the outpatient setting.
(7) Provide coverage for nurses in any/all outpatient clinics as needed.
(8) Assist in the management, distribution and organization of the Sample program, Patient Assistant Program and Comm. Medication Support Program.
(9) Other duties as required/assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Prefer a Registered Nurse with Bachelor’s degree, or an Associate’s degree R.N. with at least three years experience in a psychiatric/addictions setting. Must have specific knowledge of or experience working with addictions and knowledge of psychotropic medications.
Must hold an active Kentucky nursing license, have a valid driver’s license, proof of automobile insurance, and reliable transportation. Must pass a Criminal Records Check and a Sexual Offender Registry check. Must present proof of a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test. Will provide ongoing monitoring of urine drug screens.

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Title Office Assistant, MAT Clinic
Location Hopkinsville
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Office Assistant, Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Clinic

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Coordinator of Client Record Services

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: N/A

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Serve as Suboxone Office Assistant and provide support services for programs located at the M.A.T. Clinic in Hopkinsville. Employee may perform Medical Records or Receptionist duties, as needed. Duties include:

(1) Check all clients in and out of program/groups.
(2) Perform clerical duties for assigned programs including telephone duties (receiving, screening, and placing calls), processing mail, and general typing, filing, copying, retrieving and preparing records, etc.
(3) Act as facility receiving clerk, validating quantities on received goods and processing related paperwork.
(4) Perform data entry for all program activities.
(5) Prepare, copy, and send reports to various agencies and facilities as required.
(6) Assist in pre-authorization process for medications.
(7) Assist in organizing meetings and preparing information for programs as requested.
(8) Assist in obtaining KASPERS on clients.
(9) Maintain EMR at the facility according to Pennyroyal Center policies and procedures.
(10) Collect and account for client fees and other service fee payments. Maintain cash drawer balances and prepare receipts for deposit.
(11) Conduct business office interviews.
(12) Prepare records for Utilization Review and perform the administrative component of the review.
(13) Perform routine computer maintenance, including software controlled backups.
(14) Perform routine office equipment maintenance and upkeep.
(15) Maintain appropriate building/office supplies per PMHC Policies and Procedures.
(16) Assure daily inter-office mail delivery is maintained in a timely manner.
(17) Assist in training clerical staff members in above duties as necessary/requested.
(18) Ensure clinic is maintained in appropriate manner. Submit/Follow-up on all work orders involving clinic maintenance.
(19) This position requires flexible schedules to cover the evening groups.
(20) Other duties as assigned/required.
(21) Archiving client records to ensure proper storage.

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Title District Child Evaluation Specialist (CES), First Steps
Location Hopkinsville
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REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Program Manager

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: N/A

The District Child Evaluation Specialist works to enhance the quality and appropriateness of First Steps Services.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
1) Conduct screenings of children referred to First Steps using a cabinet-approved screening protocol.
2) Complete Five Area Assessments (in lieu of a PLE) Cabinet approved, criterion reference instrument, for children referred to the POE who have a diagnosed established risk condition.
3) Determine the disciplines needed for eligibility determination for children with established developmental delay from screening.
4) Coordinate the multi-disciplinary evaluation/assessment and any further assessment when/if needed in collaboration with the Service Coordinator.
5) Participate as a member of the multi-disciplinary evaluation team when the discipline is an appropriate choice for the child’s evaluation team.
6) Participate in Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) meetings for children with whom the District CES has completed an evaluation/assessment or Five Area Assessment.
7) Monitor the implementation of IFSP’s, including changes to IFSP’s.
8) Adhere to professional standards, the First Steps Provider Code of Ethical Conduct and Part C of the First Steps Program Standards.
9) Assist the State Lead Agency, POE manager and other POE staff in assuring quality services in the district are performed within the required timelines.
10) Complete any and all other duties set forth in the Kentucky Early Intervention System (KEIS) regulations pertaining to the District Child Evaluation Specialist.
11) Conduct initial evaluations using cabinet-approved criterion-referenced instrument for children referred to the POE who have a risk condition diagnoses established.
12) Other duties as required/assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Master’s degree required or higher in a qualifying discipline is preferred. Must hold a current license and/or certification for their profession from their discipline-specific state licensing or certification body in Kentucky. Must be currently approved, or qualify to be approved, as a KY First Steps Developmental Evaluator in accordance with 911 KAR 2:150. Must have supervised training and experience in administering norm referenced and criterion referenced instruments. Must have at least one year experience in administering, scoring, and interpreting the Bayley Scales of Infant Development in a standardized, reliable, and valid manner, or be eligible to be certified on the Bayley after training. Must be able to demonstrate knowledge of early childhood development at a proficient level as established by the Cabinet. Must pass a legally required Criminal Record Check and a Sexual Offender Registry check.
Must present proof of a recent (less than 1-year-old) TB skin test. Must be willing to work a flexible schedule.

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Title Office Assistant – Psychiatry
Location Hopkinsville
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Office Assistant, Psychiatric Services

REPORTING/COORDINATING RELATIONSHIP: Coordinator of Nursing Services

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: N/A

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position will function as an Administrative Assistant for the psychiatric/nursing department. This position reports directly to the Lead Nurse and will be located at the North Drive clinic, serving all four area clinics and other Pennyroyal Center entities.

(1) Secure patient information as needed and maintain confidentiality.
(2) Act as liaison between patients, insurance companies, outside doctor offices, schools, labs, etc. and medical staff related to patients needs and requests.
(3) Contact patients with recommendations for follow-ups, failure-to-appear clinics and/or other recommendations from medical staff.
(4) Assist with the completion and disposition of forms, i.e. insurance, pre-authorizations, school medication administration, etc.
(5) Contact patients, per medical staff instruction, concerning inappropriate requests and educate the patients on how the situation may best be handled.
(6) Have ongoing communication with medical staff throughout the day, in the area clinics, in order to expedite the needs of the psychiatric department.
(7) Access ADiO Pharmacies database via the internet to view the medication logs.
(8) Serve as the liaison to ADiO regarding client issues.
(9) Other duties as required/assigned by the Coordinator of Nursing Services.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

(1) Minimum of high school diploma or equivalent. At least 2 years experience in a healthcare setting.
(2) Date processing literacy and proficiency in data entry (Electronic Medical Record).
(3) Proficiency in office applications of computers, word processing experience required.
(4) Knowledge and/or experience with patients who have a psychiatric illness desired.
(5) Willingness to accept direction in relation to everyday task assignments.
(6) Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment.
(7) Must convey a positive and professional presence in person and by phone.
(8) Must present proof of a TB skin test performed within the last year.

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Title Psychiatric Nurse Practicitioner
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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Master’s degree or higher in nursing with a university identified major in psychiatric and mental health nursing.  Must maintain an active RN license in Kentucky and hold APRN credentials.  .

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