Position Title: Supervisor-Professional
Classification: Full-Time, Salary, Exempt
Location: 130 Wabasha St S Ste 100, St. Paul, MN 55107
Salary Range: $54,308 – $63,897 Annually
Guild believes that dignity is a basic human right- which is why we work hard to connect individuals to proper mental health treatment, competitive employment, and stable housing. We serve individuals 16 and older who are experiencing serve and persistent mental illness, mental illness concerns, and chronic homelessness. On any given day, Guild staff serves nearly 900 individuals in the Twin Cities metro area. Services are mobile, provided in the community when and where needed. By looking at the holistic wellness of each client we serve, we are able to facilitate healing, growth, and new quality of life.
This position is responsible for modeling rehabilitative and recovery-focused quality services and providing leadership to the team. The purpose is to assist eligible youth transition successfully into adulthood, experience success in their recovery, and in pursuit of their life goals.
Youth Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Services help individuals ages 16-20 who are living with mental illness find success in education, employment, and community living. Designed to promote optimal health and success, our Youth ACT Services are a comprehensive and community-based approach to serving those with diagnosed mental illness(es) and co-occurring substance use disorders or other medical conditions.
Knowledge, skills and abilities:
• Assertive Community Treatment service modalities that are in line with Guild’s Mission.
• Mental illnesses and the needs of people with mental illness.
• Psychiatric Rehabilitation practices and implementation.
• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Informed Care, Person Centered Planning, Motivational interviewing and other evidence-based practices.
• Demonstrating empowerment, confidence in, and promoting the self-esteem of others.
• Written and oral communication skills, including facilitating meetings and documentation.
• Effective supervisory practices, training, monitoring of performance factors and giving constructive feedback.
• Lead the work of a multi-disciplinary team in defining shared responsibilities and assignment of work.
• Establish rapport and trust with transition age youth, and demonstrate a genuine belief in the capabilities of the youth.
• Demonstrate genuine compassion, principled optimism, cultural competence, and respect for youth in transition.
• Promote an inclusive, diverse, culturally competent and respectful work environment
Education and Experiences:
The Youth ACT Team Leader shall be qualified under Minnesota Law as a Mental Health Professional, and possess one year of appropriate clinical supervisory experience.
Preferred Education and Experience:
Experience providing services to transitional age youth (16-21).
Experience providing ACT or other rehabilitative services.
• Must be ambulatory and able to negotiate stairways.
• The ability to lift and carry heavy weights that could be up to or even exceed 40 pounds.
• A valid Class ‘D’ Driver’s License, reliable vehicle, satisfactory driving record and necessary insurance.
• Must not be actively receiving services from Guild Incorporated and must not have received services within the last two years.
• The ability to provide on-call services during seven consecutive days and nights on a rotating schedule.