From direct care staff to program managers to clinicians, our employees make a difference every day. Our talented team provides youth at risk and individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities with the supports they need to thrive. And as part of The MENTOR Network— a national network of local health and human services providers—MENTOR employees are part of a growing organization that’s been at the forefront of providing innovative, community-based care for more than 30 years.
Clinical Specialist for Disability Services - Bilingual RequiredApply Now Job ID 20000J10
Clinical Specialist for Disability Services - Bilingual Required
Primary Location: United States-AZ-AZTucson
The health and safety of our employees and of those individuals we serve is of utmost importance to us.
To be sure we extend that concern to our recruitment process, we will be leveraging digital capabilities to meet virtually and continue to recruit top talent at Arizona MENTOR, a partner of The MENTOR Network. Due to the public health concerns regarding COVID-19, as your application progresses, you will be asked to participate in virtual interviews using one of our digital tools. Our recruitment team will provide further details to assist you in your recruitment journey.
Thank you for your flexibility and understanding as we focus on the safety and well-being of those we serve, as well as one another.
As a Clinical Specialist you will provide clinical expertise on specialized populations (developmental disability, brain injury, mental health or others) and expertise in special disciplines (behavioral support, early intervention, crisis intervention or others). You will have a primary location and travel to residential, vocational, community or in-home settings to work with individuals and staff.
- Completes structured assessment interviews with parents/care providers and conducts observation of the individual in appropriate settings such as home, school, or community.
- Reviews social history information, completes functional assessments, and targets appropriate behavior base line information for each referred individual.
- Writes and submits summary of assessment and recommended behavior support plan components to interdisciplinary team (IDT) or operations leader, as applicable.
- Advocates for the human rights and civil rights of individuals receiving services from the agency.
- Accurately documents progress and activity; reviews records and logs to stay abreast of changes in service plans; maintains confidentiality; accurately and timely completes billing documentation as applicable.
- Supports and trains staff in implementing Individual Support Plans (i.e. behavior intervention plans) and conducts classes and orientations as assigned.
- Full compensation/benefits package for those working over 30 hours per week
- 401(k) with company matching
- A rewarding work environment with an incredible team of co-workers
- Paid training with access to jobs throughout our nation-wide Network
- Mileage reimbursement
- Paid Time Off, Holiday pay, and Annual bonus plans
- Family-oriented environment, casual dress, employee events
- Bachelor’s Degree in a human services field
- Bilingual Required (English/Spanish)
- Two years related experience
- Valid driver’s license in good standing.
- Car registration and vehicle insurance if providing transportation for individuals receiving services.
- All state-required training and certification completed in mandated timeframes.