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Client Development Specialist for Adult Mental Health Res. Provider

Client Development Specialist for Adult Mental Health Res. Provider

Compensation: DOE
Employment type: full-time

Psynergy, an adult, high-end residential facility, is looking for a Client Development Specialist to assess and guide treatment for potential clients. Travel for this position is approximately 60% of the job. Candidates must have a Bachelors' degree in healthcare administration, nursing, public administration, psychology or a related field. Five years of professional behavioral healthcare experience is also required. Must be able to pass a DOJ and FBI background check and be certified for CPR and First Aid.

This position is responsible for meeting with identified individuals with serious mental illnesses and assessing them for possible placement in our program. Gathers and completes all required documentation for admission and reporting. Reports on progress in staff meetings.

This is a full-time position out of our Morgan Hill facility. We offer medical, dental and life insurance, a generous time-off package and 401k plan participation with a 5% employer match. To apply, respond with a cover letter, your resume and your salary requirements. We will contact you if you are selected to move forward in our process. Please no phone calls. For more information, please visit our website at www.psynergy.org/employment.

Job Summary: The Client Development Specialist, under the supervision of the Client Development Manager, assist in keeping all Psynergy facilities at maximum capacity. Visits prospective clients to perform assessment for readiness for placement at Psynergy Programs, and completes all paperwork required for transfer to a Psynergy facility.

Responsibilities and Duties:

• Assesses potential clients through in-person interviews and documentation from existing placement, and visits potential clients regularly to review progress towards discharge to Psynergy facility.
• Follows up with case managers and conservators to determine readiness and timing of placement into Psynergy Programs.
• Completes all pre-admission forms, intake, and Community Care Licensing (CCL) documents as required by CCL.
• Follows up with the Counties to receive County assessments, treatment plans, and initial assessments for the benefit of Psynergy's outpatient clinic client files.
• Gathers and completes records and other required documentation in accordance with agency, payer and regulatory requirements.
• Understands and supports company service policies and procedures to provide proper and effective service to all customers.
• Fosters the development of long term business relationships.
• Submits appropriate paperwork to management such as expense reports and call reports in accordance with Psynergy policies.
• Attends and participates in staff program, agency and community meetings and training as required.
• Transports clients when appropriate.
• Other duties as assigned.

Skills:

• Highly organized and efficient; manages time well.
• Promotes a professional image and positive attitude in all interactions with the public.
• Able to write reports and business correspondence.
• Must be a team player
• Able to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of directors, managers, customers, clients and the general public.
• Able to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of problems involving several variables in standardized and special situations.
• Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, internet software and database software.


Psynergy Programs, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes diversity in the workplace.