Peer Specialist Supervisor at Service Access & Management, Inc. (Reading)
Service Access & Management, Inc.
Peer Support Supervisor
20-29 hours per week
This is a part-time position with a potential for full-time based on the growth of the program
Summary of Responsibilities:
Under the supervision of the Director of MH Services, this person oversees the Certified Peer Support Services across that SAM footprint. This person will provide supervision and support to CPS and will ensure the program meets all regulatory and BH-MCO standards. Services are provided in accordance with all existing policies, procedures and regulations and in accord with the mission and values of the company.
Provide a role model for participants in recovery, staff and family members that emphasize the fact that recovery is possible; Create an environment of learning and support for CPS staff; Interview and onboard new CPS staff that meet the SAM fit; Provide supervision in accordance with regulations; Review service documentation; Participate in scheduled meetings; Evaluate service delivery and implement strategies to improve performance when needed; Create and maintain positive relationships with community partners; Manage and track referrals and intakes
Servant Leader Independent Passionate
Kind Ethical Motivated
Team Builder Active Listener Life-long Learner
Curious Loyal to SAM Values Adaptable
Honest Trustworthy Innovative
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. Must complete certified peer specialist supervisor training within 6 months of assuming the supervisory position.
Predominately in-office work within an open environment, comfortable communicating through virtual technology, work includes periods of on-call during evening and weekend hours. Travel throughout the SAM footprint is periodically required and may be in adverse weather conditions, must be able to lift up to 15 pounds.
A mental health professional who has completed the Department-approved peer specialist supervisory training; or a bachelor’s degree in sociology, social work, psychology, gerontology, anthropology, political science, history, criminal justice, theology, counseling, education or a related field from a program that is accredited; and two years of mental health direct service experience that may include peer support services; and has completed the peer specialist supervisory training curriculum approved by the Department; or
A high school diploma or general equivalency diploma and four years of mental health direct service experience that may include peer support services, and has completed the peer specialist supervisory training curriculum approved by the Department.
Instructions on how to apply:
Apply online at https://easyapply.co/a/