ACC is currently looking to fill the following positions.
Those interested should send a cover letter and resume to: John Daoud, ACC Human Resources Director, at HR@myacc.org, fax to (248) 559-9117 or mail to:
ACC Human Resources
28551 Southfield Road
Lathrup Village, MI 48076
Clubhouse Manager (Job Description)
The Clubhouse Manager supervises a psychosocial rehabilitation program for adults living with severe and persistent mental illness who need assistance to achieve maximum community integration. This position provides oversight, coordination, direct service and supervision of staff and services delivered to clients of ACC’s Network Clubhouse.
Registered Dietitian (part time)
Registered dietitian will complete a High Risk Nutrition Care plan with WIC clients, promote breastfeeding, certify and re certify WIC participants in accordance to the criteria set by the State of Michigan WIC program, perform anthropometric measurements and hemoglobin testing, complete individual nutrition education, create nutrition education materials for clients…click here to learn more.
Behavioral Health Case Manager
Education/Experience Required: Must have at least four (4) years of college credit in the field of psychology, social work or a related field. One year of experience working with a mentally ill population is preferred. Must have good oral and written communication skills and be fluent in both English and Arabic.
ACT Program Nurse
The assertive community treatment Team (ACT) is a multidisciplinary team providing community based support, rehabilitation and treatment for people living with serious mental illness. Qualifications: Must have at least four (4) years of college credit in the field of nursing. Must have a current Michigan Registered Nurse license. Psychiatric Nursing experience is required. Must have good oral and written communication skills and speak both English and Arabic fluently. Ability to work with diverse communities. Knowledge and understanding of the ACT Model and recovery-oriented practice.
Infant Mental Health Specialist
The specialist will work with program staff and community resources to provide a continuum of services to infants and their families in an effort to strengthen and preserve the parent infant relationship, assist in identifying needs, and provide therapeutic interventions as needed.
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.
Peer Support Specialist
The Peer Support Specialist Program is available to any consumer who meets the admission criteria and may be in any of the ACC programs. The Peer Support Specialist works with a primary clinician and/or team to assist the designated consumers with life skills that are identified in the treatment plan. The Peer Support is responsible for working with the consumer in the areas designated in the treatment plan and reporting to the team the progress of the consumer towards those goals.
Secretary/ Receptionist Position
Must have bilingual fluency in Arabic and English type 50 words per minute; a minimum of three (3) years experience; knowledge of general office procedures; and word processing for both Arabic and English.
Health Education Specialist (Part-Time)
The Health Education Specialist will be dedicated to promoting healthy behaviors necessary to reduce and prevent disease, injury, and disability. Their specific responsibilities include assessing individual and community needs for health education, planning, implementing, and evaluating, health education presentations, coordinating the provision of health education services, acting as a health education resource, and communicating health education needs concerns and referrals among the refugee population.
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