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1915i Youth QI Site Coach

Date Posted:  Sep 22, 2022
Requisition ID:  366522
Location: 

Indianapolis, IN, US, 46204

 

Work for Indiana

Grow your career with the State of Indiana! With more than 50 executive branch agencies, the State of Indiana is a diverse workforce offering employees stimulating and challenging projects across a broad scope of career opportunities. As a State of Indiana employee, you impact the well-being of Indiana’s communities every day.

 

At the State of Indiana, we don’t just talk about diversity and inclusion – Our goal is to create a welcoming, accessible, and equitable workplace, with a workforce that is representative of the State of Indiana population. As a proud equal opportunity employer, reasonable accommodations may be available to enable individuals with disabilities to interview and to perform the essential functions of a role.

 

About the Family & Social Services Administration (FSSA): 

The Division of Mental Health and Addiction within the Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) sets care standards for the provision of mental health and addiction services to Hoosiers. DMHA is committed to ensuring that clients have access to quality services that promote individual, family and community resiliency and recovery. 

The division also certifies all community mental health centers and addiction treatment services providers. DMHA operates six psychiatric hospitals (NeuroDiagnostic Institute, Evansville Psychiatric Children’s Center, Evansville State Hospital, Logansport State Hospital, Madison State Hospital and Richmond State Hospital). DMHA provides funding support for mental health and addiction services to target populations with financial need and administers federal funds earmarked for substance abuse prevention projects. 

 

Salary:  The annual minimum starting salary for this position is $ 37,778.00.  Salary may be commensurate with relevant experience/education.   

 

Next Level benefits at the State of Indiana are here! Be sure to review our expanded benefit package offerings below.

 

About the Job:

As a Program Director, you will be responsible for administering a program within a state agency and serve as the specialist in a specific area. In this position, you will utilize education, consultation, cooperative programming, and coordination to accomplish goals. 
This role will assist the Division of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHA) with the implementation of high fidelity wraparound practice for the Children's Mental Health Wraparound program 1915(i) State Plan Amendment. The position is responsible for all functions related to training and technical assistance for supporting Wraparound implementation statewide.

A Day in the Life:

​The essential functions of this role are as follows: 

  • Attend all required trainings and coaching sessions related to certification as a National Wraparound Implementation Center (NWIC) Local Coach and Trainer through the Wraparound Local Coach Certification Program.  This training is facilitated by Innovations Institute through the University of Maryland School of Social Work National Wraparound Implementation Center. 
  • Upon Certification as a NWIC Local Coach and Trainer, facilitate training and coaching sessions for Wraparound Supervisors, Facilitators, and conduct fidelity reviews as required per certification; Maintain annual recertification as a NWIC Local Coach and Trainer. 
  • Responsible for leading the development and execution of High Fidelity Wraparound training program using generally accepted methods appropriate to the training field. Identifies future training needs and strategizes development of training through implementation and evaluation. Leads the delivery of the High Fidelity Wraparound curricula based on implementation science and adult learning principles. Develop and facilitate training as deemed necessary to educate community partners, family members and providers to ensure adequate understanding of all initiatives;  
  • Meet with Wraparound Facilitator Organizations leadership, Supervisors, and Facilitators in designated area and communicates at least monthly, in person or virtually, with implementing organizations and the leadership team utilizing evaluation measures of the Wraparound Fidelity Assessment System tools.; 
  • Networks and builds relationships with organizational leadership to build interest in partnering around successful implementation efforts. Designated activities and tasks include (observe child and family teams meetings, process based supervision, build capacity and monitor fidelity data for the organization through use of fidelity monitoring tools) and Organizational Wraparound Implementation. 
  • Conducts CFTM observations and reviews of participant’s plan of care, crisis plan, family story, and any other documentation regarding youth and family care to ensure services are adequately documented and plan reflects family or participant’s needs;
  • Review and process plans of care on a weekly basis to ensure all participants are receiving services based on initiatives policies, procedures and wraparound principles. This includes, but is not limited to, review of goals, outcomes, interventions, crisis plan, cost allocations and services providers in the plan;
  • Assist with collecting, managing and analyzing data pertaining to initiatives in order to improve quality, identify trends or present information to our constituents;
  • Track and follow up on any Informal Adjustment or Corrective Action Plans discovered during a review until compliance or closure of negative action.  Represent DMHA and manage all documentation needed for hearings and appeals. 
  • Possess skills and abilities to assist Wraparound Facilitators with questions regarding the database used for processing participants in initiatives;  
  • Participate in the Children's Mental Health Advisory Board and appropriate subcommittees as deemed necessary; 
  • Assist with responses to inquiries from providers, families, other agencies and the public regarding initiatives; and
  • Ability to become certified as a CANS Super-User and participate in any CANS Super-User booster sessions as deemed necessary. 

 

​The job profile is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. Other duties, responsibilities and activities may change or be assigned at any time with or without notice.

What You'll Need for Success:

You must meet the following requirements to be considered for employment: 

  • Bachelors Degree in social services or related field required.
  • Experience working with children/youth identified as severely emotionally disturbed.
  • Experience with development and facilitation of trainings and workshops.
  • Knowledge of state and federal laws, regulations, and policies related to children and adolescents.
  • Ability to identify, analyze, summarize, and communicate information and to formulate 
  • recommendations as needed.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  • Skill in coordination and management for working with other agency staff, advisory groups and committees to achieve desired outcomes.
  • Ability to work effectively with a wide variety of stakeholders including consumers, family members, advocates, and providers of mental health and/or addiction services
  • Knowledge of planning, program development and evaluation methods.

Supervisory Responsibilities/Direct Reports:

This role may serve as a team lead for an assigned work group.

Benefits of Employment with the State of Indiana:

 

The State of Indiana offers a comprehensive benefit package for full-time employees which includes: 

  • Three (3) medical plan options (including RX coverage) as well as vision and dental plans;
  • Wellness program (offers premium discount for the medical plan and gift cards);
  • Health savings account, which includes bi-weekly state contribution; 
  • Flexible work scheduling options, including the potential for hybrid remote work for employees whose work may be performed outside state facilities;
  • Deferred compensation 457B account (similar to 401k plan) with employer match; 
  • Two (2) fully-funded pension plan options; 
  • A robust, comprehensive program of leave policies covering a variety of employee needs, including but not limited to:
    • 150 hours of paid new parent leave;
    • Up to 15 hours of paid community service leave;
  • Combined 180 hours of paid vacation, personal, and sick leave time off; 
  • 12 paid holidays, 14 on election years; 
  • Education Reimbursement Program;
  • Group life insurance; 
  • Referral Bonus program;
  • Employee assistance program that allows for covered behavioral health visits; 
  • Qualified employer for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program;
  • Free Parking for most positions;
  • Free LinkedIn Learning access;

     

Equal Employment Opportunity:

The State of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

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