Family Service Rochester

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In pursuit of its mission, Family Service Rochester places the utmost importance on recruiting and retaining a highly skilled and motivated staff. In so doing, Family Service Rochester seeks employees committed to working with families and willing to challenge themselves to provide the best service possible. The agency fosters a rewarding, positive work environment that encourages personal and professional growth. Family Service Rochester is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on religion, race, culture, gender, sexual orientation or disabilities.

 

Therapist (part-time)

Seeking 2 part-time Masters-Level Therapists to provide a broad range of clinical services; including group, couple, family, and individual therapy in a solution focused, brief therapy model of practice.  Preferred candidates will possess an LICSW, LPCC, LMFT or be on a clinical track for licensure.  Also must be a team player, flexible and forward thinking.  Salary is competitive.  Please visit our website at www.familyservicerochester.org for more information. 

Position Purpose:

This position exists to provide mental health services to help people increase their level of functioning, and assist in building skills and confidence to manage challenges in their lives.

 

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

1.           Provide strength-based outpatient mental health services to families, couples, individuals, and children utilizing the principles of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy complemented with Solution Focused Therapy.

2.           Conduct client assessments, identify diagnosis when appropriate, and develop a treatment plan.

3.           Collaborate with other service providers involved with the family when appropriate.

4.           Complete related documentation in the electronic health record as required by agency

            and third-party payers.

5.           Comply with professional ethics and standards.

Other duties and responsibilities

1. Attend supervisory sessions and other meetings as directed.

2. Work a schedule that is responsive to client and staff availability, which may include evening hours on a regular basis.

3. Maintain professional licensure, meeting training requirements.

4. Remain current with best practice standards and related research.

5. All other duties as assigned by the Director of Clinical Services.

 

Supervisory responsibility:

Student intern supervision, intermittently.

 

Qualifications:

Training and Experience:

Master’s degree in human service field plus licensure in the State of Minnesota for independent practice in social work, psychology, or marriage and family therapy required. 

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge of family systems and possess the ability to work effectively with all client and professional populations.  Ability to work within a team environment, and effectively communicates with colleagues, co-workers, clients and referral sources.  Should be experienced in, or wanting to develop skills in a solution focused, brief therapy model of practice.  Must possess computer literacy preferably in Microsoft Office.

Special Requirements:

Willingness and ability to work additional time if needed to meet critical deadlines.

 

Physical Demands:

Must be able to regularly talk, hear, sit, and perform keystrokes to enter data with reasonable speed to insure work is completed.  Requires physical ability to routinely handle normal office materials and tools, filing, lifting, reaching and ability to move throughout office areas to complete work assignments.

 

Work environment: 

Regular exposure to normal office environments and equipment.

Although an official closing date has not been set, we encourage contacting Family Service Rochester as soon as possible to ensure consideration in the applicant selection process.   To be considered a formal applicant, a completed application is necessary and a cover letter and resume is suggested.  You may apply on-line or in person.  An application may be filed from our website www.familyservicerochester.org or mailed to Family Service Rochester, 1110 Sixth Street NW; Rochester, MN  55901.  EOE.

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Data Management Analyst

Position Purpose:

Under the direction of the Director of Finance, is responsible for data integrity, developing and producing management reports. Develop reports from agency software systems to comply with regulatory requirements and to assist management in making data-driven business decisions.  Provides quality assurance for the organization’s multiple departments/programs.   

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

1. Create queries and reports utilizing the Electronic Health Record (EHR) Practice Management Software (PMS).  Maintain data files and databases, and monitor the system configurations to ensure data integrity within the EHR PMS.  Investigate user problems and needs, identify their root cause, and determine possible solutions.

2. Develop processes to measure agency performance and generate managerial reports in areas of inputs, outputs, outcomes, demographics, and consumer feedback. Identify, document, and maintain the current and future business processes.  Determine and document requirements for business software applications.

3. Monitor agency activities to ensure quality standards are maintained in areas such as documentation, timelines, inputs, outputs, outcomes, confidentiality, etc. 

4. Regularly reports findings to Directors, Program Directors, and Program Supervisors.

Other duties and responsibilities

1. Attend staff, supervisory, and other meetings as directed.

2. Work a schedule that is responsive to client and program needs usually within normal office hours.  Willingness and ability to work additional time if needed to meet critical deadlines.

3. Attend training seminars or conferences as deemed appropriate by supervisor.

4. Complete all other duties as assigned.

Supervisory responsibility: 

None

Qualifications:

 Training and Experience:

Bachelor’s degree or a combination of education & experience in areas set forth above in the essential functions of the position. Experience with database programs and report writing is essential.  SQL programming experience is desired. 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Individual must be self-motivated, able to work independently, detail-oriented and concurrently manage multiple tasks. Excellent computer skills that include the ability to work effectively with databases and Microsoft Office products are required. The ability to perform a variety of tasks related to collecting, organizing, and interpreting statistical information. Must be a team-player with positive communications skills.

Special Requirements

Willingness and ability to work additional time if needed to meet crises and deadlines.

Physical Demands:

Must be able to regularly talk, hear, sit, and perform keystrokes to enter data entry with reasonable speed to insure work is completed.  Requires physical ability to routinely handle normal office materials and tools including frequently filing, lifting and reaching; ability to move throughout office areas to complete work assignments.

Work environment: 

Regular exposure to normal office environments. 

 

Although an official closing date has not been set, we encourage contacting Family Service Rochester as soon as possible to ensure consideration in the applicant selection process.   To be considered a formal applicant, a completed application is necessary and a cover letter and resume is suggested.  You may apply on-line or in person.  An application may be filed from our website www.familyservicerochester.org or mailed to Family Service Rochester, 1110 Sixth Street NW; Rochester, MN  55901.  EOE.

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GPS (Guiding Partners to Solutions) - Case Manager

Position Purpose 

Position exists to provide brief services targeted toward individuals and families in need of assistance or resources as a result of issues that impede successful participation in the community.  Primary goals will focus on engaging consumers to assist them in navigating County Community Services and other relevant resources to build safety, well-being, and stability.

 Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

1. Conduct client assessments that should include identification of barriers such as housing, employment, health concerns, and any other social or emotional challenges.

2. Provide direct service that includes a crisis plan, support, and referral assistance.

3. Collaborate with interagency and community stakeholders to provide coordinated services to individuals and families.

4. Support cross-departmental efforts to achieve shared goals of safety, well-being, and stability for consumers. 

5. Maintain and apply knowledge of county community services structure, policies, procedures, and statutes.

6. Maintain and apply knowledge of community agencies serving individuals and families.

7. Provide consultation and technical assistance in assigned program areas.

8. Complete all related documentation as directed.

Other duties and responsibilities:

1. Attend supervisory sessions and other meetings as directed

2. Work a schedule that is responsive to client availability, which may include evening hours.

3. Other duties as assigned by the supervisor.

Supervisory responsibility: 

No direct supervisory responsibility

Qualifications:

Training and Experience:

Bachelor’s degree in Social Work preferred, or closely related field, and relevant experience in working with individuals or families.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Possess the ability to work effectively with diverse populations; to work within a team environment; effectively communicate with colleagues, co-workers and clients.  Must possess computer literacy. 

Special Requirements:

Must have a valid driver’s license and dependable transportation to use for work purposes.  Willingness and ability to work additional time if needed in crisis situations and deadlines.

Physical Demands:

Must be able to regularly talk, hear, sit, and perform keystrokes to enter data entry with reasonable speed to insure work is completed.  Requires physical ability to routinely handle normal office materials and tools including frequently filing, lifting and reaching; ability to move throughout office areas and clients’ private homes to complete work assignments.

Work environment: 

Regular exposure to normal office and private home environments.  Occasional exposure to home environments that include smoking and pets.   Ability to drive in inclement weather.

 

Although an official closing date has not been set, we encourage contacting Family Service Rochester as soon as possible to ensure consideration in the applicant selection process.   To be considered a formal applicant, a completed application is necessary and a cover letter and resume is suggested.  You may apply on-line or in person.  An application may be filed from our website www.familyservicerochester.org or mailed to Family Service Rochester, 1110 Sixth Street NW; Rochester, MN  55901.  EOE.

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PACE (Parents and Children Excel) Case Manager

Position Purpose:

Position exists to provide case management services targeted toward children of color who are experiencing school attendance issues and/or behavioral issues in the school, community, or home.  This program also coordinates a positive teen-child mentorship program.

Primary goals will focus on engaging families to increase school engagement and attendance, ensure coordinated efforts among resources to enhance case plan results, facilitate enhanced choices, and create opportunities for participation in pro-social activities.  The position will seek to enhance family self-sufficiency, increase protective factors, reduce risk factors for children and their families, and seek to enhance child and family safety, well-being, and stability.   

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

1. Conduct client assessments that should include identification of barriers such as housing, employment, health care, and any other social or emotional challenge that interferes in their ability to maintain child safety and well-being and attain family self-sufficiency.

2. Develop a case plan, in consultation with each family, which would address the barriers, risk factors, and needs identified in the assessment. 

3. Provide direct service that includes a crisis plan, support, and referral assistance.

4. Complete required documentation for Targeted Case Management billing purposes as appropriate.

5. Complete all related documentation as directed.

Other duties and responsibilities:

1. Attend supervisory sessions and other meetings as directed

2. Work a schedule that is responsive to client availability, which may include evening hours on a regular basis.

3. Attend training seminars or conferences to improve skill levels, and studies appropriate literature in the field.

4. Other duties as assigned by the supervisor.

Supervisory responsibility: 

No direct supervisory responsibility

Qualifications:

Training and Experience:

Bachelor’s degree in Social Work preferred, or closely related field, and relevant experience in working with families.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Possess the ability to work effectively with diverse populations; to work within a team environment; effectively communicate with colleagues, co-workers and clients.  Must possess computer literacy.  Ability to speak Spanish fluently preferred. 

Special Requirements:

Must have a valid driver’s license and dependable transportation to use for work purposes.  Willingness and ability to work additional time if needed in crisis situations and deadlines.

Physical Demands:

Must be able to regularly talk, hear, sit, and perform keystrokes to enter data entry with reasonable speed to insure work is completed.  Requires physical ability to routinely handle normal office materials and tools including frequently filing, lifting and reaching; ability to move throughout office areas and clients’ private homes to complete work assignments.

Work environment: 

Regular exposure to normal office and private home environments.  Occasional exposure to home environments that include smoking and pets.   Ability to drive in inclement weather.

 

Although an official closing date has not been set, we encourage contacting Family Service Rochester as soon as possible to ensure consideration in the applicant selection process.   To be considered a formal applicant, a completed application is necessary and a cover letter and resume is suggested.  You may apply on-line or in person.  An application may be filed from our website www.familyservicerochester.org or mailed to Family Service Rochester, 1110 Sixth Street NW; Rochester, MN  55901.  EOE.

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Group Educator

Do you need some extra money?  Family Service Rochester (FSR) may have an opportunity you can’t pass up.  We have an opening for a group educator that will require only minimal hours on your part.  This part-time position will be responsible to deliver one session of our Custody and Dissolution Planning series.  FSR is seeking an individual to specifically facilitate one session (approximately 1 evening per month) on Post-Divorce Communication.  Do you have the ability to present material in a group setting and foster discussions specific to post-divorce parenting, remarriage, and the process of building healthy step-family relationships?  If so, you may be the person we are looking for.  If you have a master’s degree in social work or relevant experience, please contact us via our website at www.familyservicerochester.org.  This position requires minimal time on your part, but offers many rewards in return.  Please consider in applying for our open position today.

Although an official closing date has not been set, we encourage contacting Family Service Rochester as soon as possible to ensure consideration in the applicant selection process.   To be considered a formal applicant, a completed application is necessary and a cover letter and resume is suggested.  You may apply on-line or in person.  An application may be filed from our website www.familyservicerochester.org or mailed to Family Service Rochester, 1110 Sixth Street NW; Rochester, MN  55901.  EOE.

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