Intake and Stabilization Aide

Location
Saint Paul, Minnesota
Posted
Jan 31, 2017
Closes
Mar 02, 2017
Employment Status
Full Time

Project Remand – Ramsey County Pretrial Services is seeking a full time Intake and Stabilization Aide to serve Ramsey County’s Treatment Courts.  Job responsibilities include:  serving as the treatment court’s first point of contact with referrals; ensuring all referrals complete the necessary forms; screening all potential referrals to treatment courts using prescribed tools; sending referral packets to the Triage Team once completed; ensuring all referrals are assessed and enter treatment as soon as possible; communicating and coordinating with the Crisis Intervention and Stabilization Specialist related to a new referral’s immediate health and safety needs; attending weekly triage team meetings; answering questions about the treatment courts, target population and intake process; assisting in training other screeners to serve as back-up; tracking and collecting data related to the number of individuals screened and outcomes; and attending all treatment court essential trainings.

The minimum qualification for this job is a Bachelor’s degree with education related to and/or a background working with individuals who have chemical health and/or mental health issues.   

Project Remand is offering a starting salary of $36,000 with an excellent benefit package.

Please send a resume and cover letter by February 21, 2017 to:  Mary Pat Maher, Project Remand, 121 Seventh Place East, Suite 2500, St. Paul, MN  55101.   Or email a resume and cover letter to: mary.pat.maher@co.ramsey.mn.us

Project Remand is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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