HIPP Team Leader (Full Time-Temporary)

The QMHP functions as a Team Leader (TL), supervisor of the multidisciplinary Hawaii Pathways Project (HPP) team who oversees clinical operations of the work of the Intensive Case Managers (ICMs), Nurse Case Manager (NCM), and the Hawaii Certified Peer Specialists (HCPS) and coordinates with the HPP sub-contractor Catholic Charities Hawaii (CCH) on all HPP team activities. The HPP is funded by the State of Hawaii, Department of Health-Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (via SAMHSA federal grant funds). The HPP is in line with the agency’s mission by embracing Recovery in all aspects of service delivery. In many respects, HPP emphasizes and capitalizes on using consumer strengths and informal social supports. The HPP will rely on the talents, skills, and abilities of all its team members to function effectively, and achieve program goals. The HPP is under direct supervision of the QMHP/Team Leader in consult with the Project Coordinator, and as further supported by the HHH Medical Director. The TL is responsible for maintaining program goals in terms of effectiveness and financial stability. The TL is responsible for ensuring compliance to all contractual mandates. Further, the TL is responsible for honoring and abiding by the company’s code of ethics, confidentiality practices, HIPAA, safety and all other applicable policies and procedures.

Qualifications: *A QMHP is required to be professionally prepared and experienced with an advanced degree and licensure. Degrees and license include:

  • Licensed Social Worker (LSW), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), or Advance Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) whose specialty is in a non-behavioral health field.
  • All graduate degree work must be completed at and the degree issued by a nationally accredited academic institution.
  • For degrees issued outside the United States, the issuing institution must meet similar accrediting standards or be recognized within the United States as having equal standing.
  • At least one (1) year of supervisory experience At least two (2) years of experience working within the homeless services sector, a focus on behavioral health or substance abuse issues preferred.
  • Clear pre-employment reference check, clear traffic abstract, properly insured vehicle, annual TB Clearance, CPI certification, CPR and First Aid.
  • Valid Hawaii State Driver’s license and able to use properly insured vehicle.

Location: Honolulu, HI 96819

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