Skills Trainer – ICTSLocation: Corvallis - Children's Farm Home
Schedule: 32-40 Hours/Week
INTERNAL APPLICANTS: To apply for position, please submit a cover letter indicating the position you are interested in along with an updated Resume to HR.
Job Summary: Works under the weekly supervision of the ICTS Clinical Supervisor in the planning, support, implementation and evaluation of skills-specific therapeutic services for youth and families in the school, home and community. Provides education, support, direction and modeling of behavior management techniques to adult caregivers in their homes as needed to support client treatment goals. Within the guidelines and direction established by the supervisor, oversees and coordinates implementation of the treatment plan in the school, home or community. Assists in the coordination of services provided by other professionals as prescribed in the treatment plan. Oversees and advises adult caregivers and/or school/community liaisons to ensure that client expectations are consistent with treatment plan goals. Consults with team members, agency personnel, community professionals and family members regarding current client issues.
|Demonstrates Competency in the Following Areas:|
|Ensure the safety, security and confidentiality of clients and families|
|Manage crisis situations as required by implementing crisis interventions/plans as directed by supervisor, or in case of emergency, by contacting appropriate officials for interventions|
|Model, coach and counsel clients regarding skills as outlined in individual treatment plans as treatment goals through individual skills training, group skills training, family skills training and/or treatment groups|
|Act as liaison between school systems and facilitate the integration of the client’s treatment goals within school/community setting|
|Act as liaison between families, community based agencies, and school systems, facilitating interagency communication regarding placement, activities, treatment goals and progress|
|Work with supervisor to coordinate the implementation of treatment plans to address the strengths and problems of clients and their families|
|Provide support, education and modeling of behavioral management techniques to adult caregivers and community liaisons, modeling professionalism, effective communication, problem solving and decision making that support clients treatment goals|
|Perform duties to support treatment goals in the home, school and/or community, depending on client need|
|Monitor and document client progress toward goal attainment in accordance with agency standards and complete professional documentation as required by agency policies|
|Participate in community and/or school meetings regarding client when important for progressing toward treatment goals|
|Complete and keep current all training required for the position|
|Seek and maintain community resources and contacts to obtain referrals, materials and information including access to services by clients|
|Maintain client confidentiality when in community or outside of treatment environment|
|Participate in weekly supervision with direct supervisor, group supervision with colleagues and staff meetings with ICTS team|
|Maintain productivity requirements|
|Participate in on call pool of ICTS staff members to provide 24/7 coverage|
|Provide therapeutic services in the community, schools, and in client’s home, which may require using own vehicle for transportation to these appointments|
|Ability to understand and work effectively with a variety of community providers, family members, other professionals and children in various settings|
|Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in writing, i.e., proper grammar, correct punctuation and thoughts well organized|
|An approach to problem solving, goal achievement and corrective action strategies which are systematic, orderly and empirical|
|Demonstrated knowledge of family systems and processes, and how to work with individuals in a family system|
|Demonstrated effective listening and observation skills|
|Demonstrated awareness of his/her own personal, developmental issues|
|Demonstrated ability to professionally, ethically and efficiently meet productivity standards as assigned by the ICTS Clinical Supervisor|
|Demonstrated awareness and sensitivity to diversity|
|Demonstrated sensitivity and responsiveness to others|
|Demonstrated ability to function effectively as a member of a multidisciplinary treatment team|
|Demonstrated assertiveness to respectfully confront others and be comfortable in conflict situations without aggressiveness|
|Demonstrated ability to establish clear and appropriate boundaries in relationships with clients and the handling of confidential information|
|Demonstrated understanding of child development and adolescent treatment principles, models, concepts and theories|
|Demonstrated understanding of case management philosophy, techniques and processes|
|Demonstrated team building skills|
|Demonstrated ability to conceptualize, organize, implement, monitor and evaluate complex projects involving multiple priorities and tasks|
|Demonstrated commitment to a treatment approach which addresses the needs of the client in the context of the family and community systems in which he/she must function|
|Demonstrated ability to relate effectively to professionals working in other components of the service delivery system|
|Attention to detail and the ability to effectively and accurately organize and process large volumes of detailed paperwork|
|Demonstrated computer and word processing skills|
|Demonstrates a commitment to the following Organizational Priorities with regard to all persons:|
|A commitment to non-violence: Helping to build safety skills and a commitment to higher purpose.|
|A commitment to emotional intelligence: Helping to teach emotional management skills.|
|A commitment to social learning: Helping to build cognitive skills|
|A commitment to open communication: Helping to overcome barriers to healthy communication, learn conflict management, reduce acting out, enhance self protective and self correcting skills, teach health boundaries|
|A commitment to democracy: Helping to create civic skills of self control, self discipline and administration of healthy authority.|
|Commitments to social responsibility: Helping to rebuild social connection skills, establish health attachment relationships; establish sense of fair play and justice.|
|A commitment to growth and change: Helping to work through loss and prepare for the future.|
ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Performs other related duties as assigned.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None
QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in behavioral sciences or a related field or QMHA required.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: Maintain a driving record acceptable by the agency and a current driver’s license for state of residence, when authorized to use own vehicle for agency business, employee must maintain personal insurance
Experience: Two (2) full years experience as a direct care worker with at-risk children and youth in a treatment setting .
Physical Demands: For physical demands of position, including vision, hearing, repetitive motion and environment, see following description. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the position without compromising client care.
Consideration of candidates will begin as soon as 03/15 and position may close after that date without notice.
If you need accommodation to review the information and/or complete the application process, please contact the Human Resources Department.
Trillium Family Services is a drug free workplace. All final applicants will be subject to a criminal record identification check pursuant to ORS 181.536.727.537 and agency policy. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and Service Provider and support a culturally linguistically diverse governance, leadership and workforce.