Through a wide array of program offerings, Human Services Administration Organization (HSAO) is recognized as a quality community resource in providing service coordination to children and adults with behavioral health needs.
HSAO promotes a positive, well-balanced work environment where people can think independently and contribute ideas and solutions cooperatively. Equal Employment Opportunity is a fundamental principle at HSAO, where employment is based upon a person's capabilities and qualifications without discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, disability or any other protected characteristic as established by law. This policy of Equal Employment Opportunity applies to all policies and procedures relating to recruitment and hiring, compensation, benefits, termination and all other terms and conditions of employment.
HSAO posts jobs for a variety of different positions. All full-time positions include competitive salaries, an excellent benefit package including medical, dental, vision, retirement, in addition to other benefits and opportunities for career advancement.
This position has the responsibility of interfacing with local school districts in Allegheny County, in order to identify and link behavioral health services for children and adolescents served by those systems. This individual will provide service coordination to children and adolescents identified within the educational setting that are in need of intensive behavioral health services. The service coordinator will provide advocacy, assessment, outreach, linkage, and assist with the acquisition and coordination of resources and services for the identified client’s on their caseload. Work is performed with considerable degree of initiative and independent judgment in accordance with established regulations, policies and procedures. The position reports directly to the supervisor who provides general guidance regarding problem issues.
This position provides full range of case management services for clients diagnosed with drug or alcohol problems. This person insures that these clients have access to services in a continuum of care by identifying, referring, and authorizing appropriate services. Major responsibilities include assessment of client’s needs, determining level of care, client service plans, and facilitating the client’s treatment to address their problems relative to drug or alcohol usage when warranted. Must develop a rapport with client serving as their advocate, assisting throughout the provisions in their services plan, and monitoring their progress. This employee will also perform the work in accordance with established regulations, policies, procedures, and supervisory review.