$19.46 - $21.12/hour, pending on the level of education and experience
Application review will begin:
May 27, 2022
Open Until Filled
Jefferson County Human Services runs the Lueder House, a 24/7/365 facility that was established in 1980. The home serves as both an acute care facility for adults with mental health or substance use who are in immediate crisis but not in need of hospitalization and as a crisis/assessment home for short-term placement, with an ongoing purpose to keep adults challenged by mental illness within the community and to minimize or prevent psychiatric hospitalizations whenever possible.
The facility is hiring a full-time Crisis Stabilization Worker to join the team that will provide emergency mental health services to mentally ill and/or substance use adults who are in immediate crisis but not in need of hospitalization.
As a compassionate, dedicated, and reliable Crisis Stabilization Worker, you will complete the following key tasks and responsibilities:
Provide direct client care and supervises clients’ daily living skills in a safe, therapeutic environment.
Monitor client behavior and medical status and take appropriate action. Manage medication services for clients and store/dispense according to guidelines for clients.
Facilitate group socialization within hours and in community.
Document daily client charting and maintain accurate records.
Act as client liaison to hospitals, physicians, law enforcement, client families, and any other agencies/organizations necessary.
Variety of other responsibilities listed on the posted job description.
High school diploma or equivalent with one to two years related experience and /or training or an equivalent combination of education and experience, required.
Three years related experience and/or training, preferred.