ICC Care Coordinator – Anne Arundel County Health Department
Behavioral Health Office
Full-Time County Contract with Benefits
Date posted: 1.20.22
Closing Date : 2.3.22
Anne Arundel County Health Department
122 Langley Road North, Suite B
Glen Burnie, MD 21060
Salary: $18.50 per hour.
Hours: Main working hours are Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Advantages: Participation in the county’s group health plan (including prescription, dental and optical), as well as paid holidays, annual leave and sick leave. The selected employee may also participate in the county’s deferred compensation program at their own expense.
Nature of the work: The selected candidate will work in a non-clinical capacity to support people with complex substance use disorder needs in a range of areas of their lives (e.g. medical, mental health, family, employment, justice criminal justice, housing, finances), which can disrupt or create obstacles to the success of the recovery process.
Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to, facilitating care planning team meetings; coordinate the care planning of multiple services and supports; collaborate with all team members; and submit all required documents in a timely manner. The Critical Care Coordinator will coordinate and monitor the medical services specified in the care plan. The Critical Care Coordinator will also be responsible for facilitating referrals for substance use disorder and mental health services and providing further assistance in referring individuals to community resources, such as social services, housing and economic aid, depending on the client’s needs.
- Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree with at least two years of work in the behavioral health field.
- Must be able to provide a personal statement outlining the skills and abilities he/she has to offer this area of work.
- Experience working with people taking medication for opioid use disorder.
- Must be able to maintain daily contact notes and submit accurate monthly reports in a timely manner.
- Must be able to coach and model effective coping skills and develop rapport and trust.
- Strong communication skills with other healthcare professionals, colleagues and clients.
- Basic computer skills to include Microsoft Word and Excel.
- Professional behavior.
How to register
Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications can apply. send a County request or resume with personal statement to: Human Resources, 3 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis, MD 21401, fax to 410-222-4392 or email [email protected] by February 3, 2022.
An equal opportunity employer