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Looking for an opportunity to be a part of a team that assists consumers and their families effectively and efficiently achieve the most independent and fulfilling life possible within their communities?
Our organization’s purpose is that “everyone we meet, we leave better off”. We believe our values are what provides us guidance in the way we treat each other, our consumers, and our payers/providers. We are looking for the right individual who wants to join our growing, dynamic, non-profit company that places people first and take pride in the work we do.
If you’re looking to:
Provide a hybrid level of case management
Assist consumers and their families achieve the most independent & fulfilling lives possible within their communities
Assist consumers in identifying their needs, goals, strengths/abilities and preferences in their treatment and recovery
Work directly in the community
Coordinate community services
Monitor consumer services
Serve as an advocate for individuals suffering from ongoing mental health issues
Work one on one with consumers to assist in the creation of their individual service plan
….then we have the opportunity for you!
We are hiring for a:
Position Title: Part-time Certified Peer Specialist for Clarion County
Days/Hours: To Be Determined
Starting Pay: Commensurate with experience
If you are passionate about your career, enjoy helping people and want the opportunity to make a difference and contribute to the success of the people we serve, apply now!
Position Title: Certified Peer Specialist for Clarion County
Classification: Part-Time, Non-Exempt
Reports To: Certified Peer Support Supervisor
Summary of Responsibilities:
Under the general direction of the Certified Peer Support Supervisor, this person will increase access to peer support services for Medical Assistance eligible adults age 18 years of age and older with severe and persistent mental illness and/or co-occurring disorders. This person will provide timely supports in helping the peer achieve their recovery goals. Special emphasis will be placed on partnering with mental health peers to find and maintain permanent housing in the community and in the achievement of vocational goals. Duties are conducted in accordance with all existing policies, procedures and regulations and in accord with the Mission and Values of the Company.
Acts as a role model
Assists in identifying community resources
Provides recovery education
Creates a culture of peer support
Participates in meetings
Communicates with supervisor and team members
Responsive Independent Collaborator
Kind Ethical Motivated
Team Builder Active Listener Life-long Learner
Tech-savvy Loyal to SAM Values Adaptable
Honest Trustworthy Innovative
Education and Experience:
High school diploma or general equivalency degree (GED). 1-year of documented volunteer or paid work experience within the last three (3) years, or post-secondary education credits, totaling at minimum 24 credit hours. Current or former recipient of mental health and or co-occurring services.
*Prefer someone who has already obtained the Peer Support Certification.
Automobile and Valid Insurance, Valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License and Acceptable Motor Vehicle Record Check, Act 33 and Act 34 Clearances, FBI Fingerprint Clearance, Social Security Card, Immigration and Naturalization (I-9), Drug Screening Clearance
Prolonged periods working on a computer in an open office environment, comfortable communicating through virtual technology, and travel throughout the assigned region may occur and may be in adverse weather conditions, must be able to lift up to 15 pounds.