ACC is currently looking to fill the following positions.
Those interested should send a cover letter and resume to: ACC Human Resources Director, at HR@myacc.org, fax to (248) 559-9117 or mail to:
ACC Human Resources
363 W. Big Beaver Road, Suite 300
Troy, MI 48084
Individual must have an Associate degree in Nursing and/or Registered Nurse Certified (RNC) preferably Psych. Must be licensed in the State of Michigan. Fluency in Arabic or Chaldean preferred Duties: Provide psychiatric nursing care under the supervision of the medical director within a culturally diverse and bilingual community mental health center, Provide clinical services including intake evaluations, medication management, psychotherapy treatment, consultation, documentation, and coding activities, Reviews and monitors client’s progress through supervision and disposition of cases. Administers injectable medication and maintains clinical charts and records; observes, records, and initiates appropriate action concerning client reaction to medication and therapeutic procedures, Complete annual on site mental health assessments and provide related psychiatric interventions within the psychiatric outpatient care center, Work in conjunction with Program Director and Clinical staff in providing clinical intervention as needed within the community mental health center, Assist with and instruct community mental health employees regarding safety and participate in the safety committee of the mental health center, Provide nursing educational programs in the tri-county areas to community members, Follow-up with Primary Care Physician regarding patient care, Participate in clinical team meetings and general staff meetings as needed, Maintain licensure and continuing education requirements, Participates as a team member who maintains ACT team caseload providing interventions as needed and within area of expertise and limits of credentials; assures procurement of additional services as needed and any other duties as assigned. The Nurse will report to the Director of Behavioral Health and the Medical Director.
Intake Case Worker
The Intake Case Worker for the Arab American and Chaldean (“ACC”) Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Contract shall provide services as defined and stipulated by ACC’s contract with the DHHS, using in-depth knowledge of the Arab and/or Chaldean cultures, family values, social structure and language(s). Qualifications: A Bachelor’s or Associate Degree in the field of Human Services is required. Must have experience in working with people from different socio economic and cultural backgrounds. Must be fluent in Arabic/ Chaldean languages, or both. (In addition to English Language). Responsibilities: Assess client needs through a screening and intake process, Provide interpretation and translation services in English/Arabic and/or Chaldean, Assist clients in filling out all required DHHS forms, Act as a liaison between clients and DHHS staff, Maintain, with confidentiality, clients records and information, Maintain a daily and monthly units reports, Provide supervisor/administrator office with a monthly report accordingly, Participate in in-service and training programs to ensure quality service delivery, Referral clients to the other services programs that provided by ACC, Conduct all forms of pre-hearing and administrative hearing as requested by DHHS staff, Duties assigned by the ACC-DHHS Director or Management, Attend all the ACC-DHHS division staff meeting as scheduled, and Comply fully with the rules and regulation of your work place inside the DHHS offices.
WIC Nutrition Specialist WIC Nutrition Specialist will perform nutrition assessments of WIC clients. Certify and recertify WIC participants in accordance to the criteria set by the State of Michigan WIC program. Promote breastfeeding with clients. Perform anthropometric measurements and hemoglobin testing. Complete individual nutrition education with clients at necessary appointments. Make appropriate client referrals to ancillary health care providers, and social services. Complete monthly reports on WIC activities in a timely matter. Participate in staff trainings, conferences and staff meetings as the need arises. Work as a team, helping intake specialist or lab technician in the WIC program in times of shortage of staff. Participate in outreach opportunities in the community. Provide customers with a high level of customer service.
The Wraparound Facilitator will work as a member of a team with program staff and community resources to engage families and professionals in a cooperative team environment in the Wraparound process To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the education, skill, and/or ability required. The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Home- Based Therapist
Individual must possess a Master’s Degree in Social Work or equivalent degree in a field related to mental health from an accredited college or university. Current registration to practice social work from the State of Michigan Department of Licensing is required. Must have at least one year of experience in the field of mental health or human services. Experience in home-based services. Must speak Arabic.
Individual must have an M.D. or D.O. degree, and have current licensure to practice medicine, with a specialty in psychiatry, in the State of Michigan. Candidate should have, or be eligible for, certification by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology or an equivalent body. Must have a valid and current DEA certificate. Must hold a specialized license to treat either adults or children/adolescents or all age groups.
National Health Service Corp (NHSC) incentive program available at ACC
Provide clinical counseling in a managed care community mental health clinic. Conduct individual, group and family counseling with severe and persistently mentally-ill population. Will be required to have strong clinical documentation and computer skills. Must be familiar with substance abuse. Must have knowledge/experience with DSM-IV-R. Familiar with psychotropic medications.
National Health Service Corp (NHSC) incentive program available at ACC
Infant Mental Health Specialist
Master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology, or other related human service field. Appropriate licensure with the State of Michigan. Obtain appropriate certification through the Michigan Association of Infant Mental Health. Background in early childhood development or basic understanding of appropriate parent-infant dynamics. Preferred 2 years experience with direct clinical experience in providing therapeutic services to infants/toddlers and their families. Experience in home-based services. Fluency in the Arabic language a MUST. National Health Service Corp (NHSC) incentive program available at ACC
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