Job Opening: Transition Facilitators (SAIL Program)

NOW HIRING: Transition Facilitators (SAIL Program) –

The Transition Facilitator will provide assessments, transitional learning opportunities, and coaching to youth who are transitioning into Behavioral Health System, possibly with serious mental illness and/or general mental health and substance abuse and or Intellectual Disabilties. The position will collaborate with case managers, family, educators and other service practitioners as needed to ensure coordinated services for individuals in the program. Other duties include providing adequate transition support while they continue into the system, teach independent living skills via community resources and develop supportive social and recreational activities. May also provide individuals transportation to community events. Monday-Friday, Flexible hours. Openings in Phoenix and Mesa.

Agency paid training. Full-time positions include medical, dental, paid holidays and PTO accrual.

Qualifications and Experience

Must be at least 21 years old. Requires any combination of training, education, and experience listed below:

  • Has a bachelor’s degree and at least one year of full-time behavioral health work experience;
  • Has an associate degree and at least two years of full-time behavioral health work experience;
  • Has a high school diploma or high school equivalency diploma and:
  • 18 credit hours of post-high school education in a field related to behavioral health completed no more than four years before the date the individual begins providing behavioral health services and two years of full-time behavioral health work experience, or Four years of full-time behavioral health work experience; or
  • Is licensed as a practical nurse, according to A.R.S. Title 32, Chapter 15, with at least two years of full-time behavioral health work experience.
  • Good understanding of current health promotion and health behavior theories, practices, health risk and implementation practices, evaluation methods, policies and trends;
  • Demonstrated skills in planning, implementing and coordinating health and wellness promotion strategies;
  • Knowledge of behavioral healthcare concepts, programs, regulations and accreditation standards within behavioral health and Marc;
  • Satisfactory work record as determined by the Human Resources Department;
  • Successful completion of Marc’s training program to the satisfaction of departmental/agency requirements;
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision and maintain a high degree of productivity both at the person’s home and out in the community;
  • Ability to obtain a Level One fingerprint clearance and meet agency personnel requirements;
  • Successfully complete a pre-employment drug screening;
  • Ability to meet Marc’s driver eligibility requirements, as applicable;
  • Ability to provide/obtain proof of a negative TB screening or chest x-ray, as applicable;
  • Physical requirements; ability to stoop, stand, bend twist, lift, push, pull and walk 70-90% of assigned work is spent walking/standing. Ability to write notes and type. Ability to be on call, evenings and weekends;
  • Clear 39 month Motor Vehicle Record as applicable;