Transition Coordinator - Facility Based Crisis Program, Greensboro

Do you have in interest in working with North Carolina's leader in children's behavioral healthcare? Then Alexander Youth Network is the place for you!

Why Join Alexander Youth Network?

Founded in 1888, Alexander Youth Network is the leading provider of children's mental and behavioral health in North Carolina and serves over 10,000 children and youth adults annually. Headquartered in Charlotte with service locations in the central, western, and Southern Piedmont regions of the state, Alexander combined a variety of treatment programs into a complete Service Array, to meet the need of our clients - wherever they are.

Our services include:

  • Diagnostic Outpatient Services
  • Community-based Programs
  • Substance Use Treatment
  • Day Treatment
  • Residential Treatment

In addition to our mental health services, our programs under The Relatives (Mecklenburg) and Youth Focus (Guilford) serve youth and young adults in crisis through transitional living programs, crisis centers, a resource center in Charlotte, and a maternity home in Greensboro.

To learn more about services, please visit www.alexanderyouthnetwork.org.

What you would do:

Alexander Youth Network is seeking Transition Coordinators for their brand new, state-of-the-art Facility Based Crisis program  in Guilford County opening Spring of 2021. We are looking for passionate, skilled, and dedicated staff to become part of our diverse team and provide day-to-day opportunities which support and guide individuals in achieving personal goals for maximum living. The Transition Coordinator is responsible for removing barriers to obtaining care by  providing administrative support to the FBC and ensuring clients have access to services within a reasonable timeframe. Full time, 1st shift and Evening/Weekend positions available.

The Facility-Based Crisis program is a 16 bed inpatient service for children and adolescents that provides an alternative to hospitalization for youth presenting with escalated behavior due to a mental health, intellectual or development disability or substance use disorder who require treatment in a 24-hour residential facility.  Facility-Based Crisis is an intensive short term, medically supervised service provided in a physically secure setting.  It is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, with an expected length of stay of five to seven days. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO:

·  Schedule CFT meetings

·  Facilitate primary care letters

·  Entering CBCL's and other assessment data in CDT

·  Responsible for scanning for Day Treatment, IIH, MST, and PRTF programs

·  Maintain centralized schedule

·  Responsible for collection of medication consent forms following client intake

·  Assemble and maintains demographic data entry

·  Scheduling transportation

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

Bachelor's Degree required. Must be a QMHP, two years' experience with population served (human service field bachelor's degree), or four years' experience with population served (non-human services bachelor's degree). Behavioral health front desk, medical office experience preferred. Proficiency in MS Office applications.

What We Offer:

Alexander offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package which includes:

  • Medical with Employer-Sponsored HRA
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • 401(k) with Employer Match
  • Long Term Care Benefits
  • Employer-Paid Life, AD&D, STD, and LTD
  • Paid Time Off and Paid Holidays
  • Employee Recognition Programs
  • Agency provided Continuing Education Units (CEUs) at no cost
  • Discounts and Perks such as AAA, credit union membership, and more!

Alexander youth network provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment and complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities