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Mental Health Case Manager II-III [0943] E

Location & Program:
Amarillo, Texas – Community Mental Health Grant HB 13

Salary Range:

Case Manager II: $43,305.60
Case Manager III: $46,009.60

Shift Available: Full-time

Essential duties and responsibilities:

  • Staff will maintain ethical and professional communications at all times using respectful Trauma-Informed Care language
  • This position works as an integral member of the House Bill 13’s Community Mental Health Grant, Multi-Disciplinary Response Team
  • Responsibilities include the provision of routine case management, assessments, coordination and linking, monitoring, recovery planning and crisis intervention
  • Psychosocial rehabilitation services are provided to an intensive caseload to address symptom-related problems that interfere with the individuals functioning in the community
  • This position will work alongside the Amarillo Police Department’s Crisis Intervention Team as they respond to behavioral health calls in the city of Amarillo
  • This position will work as part of the multi-disciplinary response team to provide crisis prevention services as well as crisis intervention services
  • Team members will engage with, refer to, and receive referrals from other grant partners based in the community
  • Routine well checks for people with behavioral health conditions will be conducted to engage people to access care as well as evaluate other needs the person has that could contribute to crisis episodes
  • Education will be provided to help people manage symptoms that could potentially lead to crisis
  • This program targets adults age 18 years of age and above, but will link family members to behavioral health services if under the age of 18
  • All members in the team will be trained in accordance with the City of Amarillo and TPC standards
  • Services will be provided during peak response hours and adjusted as the program develops based on response trends
  • Adheres to TPC Business Code of Conduct and reports concerns if ethical and/or business standards defined in the code are compromised

Required qualifications to be successful in the job:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university with a major in psychology, sociology, social work, counseling, medicine or other related human services field for QMHP credentialing
  • For Case Manager II, one (1) year experience of behavioral health case management
  • For Case Manager III, two (2) years experience of behavioral health case management
  • Graduate work in a related field may be substituted for up to one (1) year of experience
  • Must have a valid Texas driver’s license and be insurable under agency vehicle policy
  • Must be 18 years of age or older

Preferred qualifications to be successful in the job:

  • Master’s Degree from an accredited university in a mental health field
  • Minimum two (2) years of Behavioral Health Case Management experience in a community mental health setting
  • Have an LPC or LCSW license in the State of Texas
  • Bilingual
  • Qualify as an LPHA in good standing in the State of Texas

At TPC, passion and meaningful work is rewarded! We offer employees:

  • Click here for TPC’s FY2023 Summary of Benefits
  • Robust benefit offerings – Medical, Urgent Care visits for a low $10 co-pay, Dental, and Vision
  • Employer paid life insurance (1.5 times employee’s salary)
  • Staff automatically enrolled into a 457 Retirement Account at 1% of their annual salary. Employer Match 1% higher than employee’s contribution up to 6% in the 403 (b) or 457 Retirement Savings Plan.
  • Paid time off – PTO accrual, Holidays
  • One (1) annual Mental Health Floating Holiday and one (1) annual Celebrate Diversity Day available to staff after 90 days of employment
  • Additional Supplemental Coverage available i.e. Disability, Accidental, Cancer, Critical Care, and Section 125 Flexible Spending Account Plan
  • 501(c)(3) designation – you can apply the for Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness
  • Teladoc – gives you or your immediate family members in the household access to a medical provider free of charge via telephone or video
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – gives you or your immediate family members in the household access to behavioral health, financial, and legal counseling in person or via telephone
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