Skills Development Specialist (Marion Co. Wraparound)

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Indianapolis, IN

Adult and Child Health - Specialty Services

<p>Specialty Services programs at Adult &amp; Child Health provide best-in-class services to adults and youth in outpatient and community settings. Teams served under Specialty Services include: Job Links/Supported Employment, Service Coordinators, Behavioral and Primary Healthcare Coordination (BPHC), Pre-Admission Screening and Resident Review (PASRR), Homeless Housing Resource Team, and PATH Grant, Marion and Johnson County Wraparound, Youth SOF Gatekeeping, Valle Vista RTC, and Youth Development.</p> <p><br /><strong>Find out what our Staff says about&nbsp;<a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Working Here</a>&nbsp;and our&nbsp;<a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Application Process.</a></strong></p>

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Overview: <p>The Skills Development Specialist position will provide training for youth and families that will help them improve their behavioral health functioning. Services are delivered in community-based, school-based and home-based settings. This position will provide services to clients involved in the wraparound programs at Adult and Child. </p><br/><br/>
Responsibilities: <ul> <li>Provide skill development to clients and parents of the Wraparound program</li> <li>Services will be provided on a schedule per the need of the client, which may include 2-3 evenings per week&nbsp;</li> </ul>
Requirements: <ul><li>Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or related behavioral health field </li><li>Minimum of three years’ experience working with SED children required Please note: The SED experience requirement excludes “incidental experience” with an SED child or population. This means that if the work of the provider may have been with a child with SED, but the defined work role was not intended to address this directly, the experience does not qualify towards the requirement. Examples of “incidental experience” would include: I) Owner of a day care for children who throughout his/her years of experience have had children classified as severely emotionally disturbed. II) A bus driver with children on his/her route who have been classified as severely emotionally disturbed. III) The facilitator of a youth group or bible school class with some children in the group having been classified as severely emotionally disturbed. IV) A family therapist with some of the children/youth having been classified as severely emotionally disturbed. V) A classroom teacher with some children in the class having been classified as having a severe emotional disturbance. VI) Staff whose work with children has been with the developmentally disabled population only. VII) An individual whose work has been with children from ages 0-5. </li><li>Experience working with wraparound families is preferred but not required </li><li>Must hold a valid driver's license with acceptable driving record and provide own, insured, transportation</li></ul>