Careers

Psychotherapist – Location: Milwaukee WI

A Therapist with RISE Youth & Family Services is an employee who develops a relationship with assigned individuals/families in order to assist with identified needs. A therapist works with individuals/families to provide psychotherapy services to address mental health and psychoeducational needs.

Essential Function/Responsibilities

  • Provide therapy on a weekly basis or as otherwise determined by team
  • Coordinate with the other professionals on the team as well as with the client/family
  • Attend client meetings as needed
  • Complete psychosocial assessment
  • Develop and implement treatment plans and all other required documentation
  • Complete 20-40 hours of initial training and 8 hours of training per year after
  • Complete all required agency documentation in a timely manner
  • Attend all required staff meetings and supervision
  • Participate in all client treatment team meetings

Requirements for licensed therapist

  • Minimum of Master’s Degree
  • Current WI state licensure as required by specific degree and training (3000 hour letter)
  • MA and NPI numbers
  • Good driving record
  • Must have safe and reliable vehicle and ability to provide proof of auto insurance
  • Completion of all required background checks
  • Background working with youth and/or families preferred
  • Completion of required training (20-40 hours depending on experience)

Requirements for QTT therapist

  • Minimum of Master’s Degree
  • Current QTT licensure
  • MA and NPI numbers
  • Good driving record
  • Must have safe and reliable vehicle and ability to provide proof of auto insurance (100/300/100)
  • Completion of all required background checks
  • Background working with youth and/or families preferred
  • Completion of 30 hours initial training

Mentor/Crisis Stabilizer – Location: Milwaukee WI

A Crisis Stabilizer with RISE Youth & Family Services is an employee who develops a one-on-one relationship with youth on his/her assigned case load to provide the youth and family with support and intervention during crisis situations. The interventions and services are focused on the youth’s needs and are guided by a treatment plan developed by the team working with the youth. A mentor is an employee who develops a relationship with an individual and provides support, role modeling and guidance with the goal of helping the individual achieve personal goals.

 

Essential Function/Responsibilities

  • Meet with the youth to develop rapport and focus on crisis prevention skills
  • Coordinate with the other professionals on the team as well as with the family
  • Attend client meetings as needed
  • (Crisis Stabilizer)Respond to calls from school, community and/or home to intervene during crisis situations
  • Complete 20-40 hours of initial training and 8 hours of training per year thereafter
  • Complete all required agency documentation in a timely manner
  • Attend all required staff meetings

 

Requirements

  • 21 years of age
  • Minimum of high school diploma or equivalent
  • Good driving record
  • Must have safe and reliable vehicle and ability to provide proof of auto insurance
  • Completion of all required background checks
  • Experience working with youth in a formal or informal setting
  • Completion of required training (20-40 hours depending on experience)

Pay based on experience and education ($12-$22/hour)

Administrative Coordinator – Location: Milwaukee WI

The Administrative Coordinator work with the agency director and supervisors to implement and maintain all office functions, office environment as well as various administrative duties and of RISE Youth & Family Services. This is a full-time position.

 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Monitor quality of services by completing family and network surveys
  • Maintain client database and other service and documentation tracking systems-including filing and data entry
  • Assist with hiring process by scheduling interviews, collecting required employee paperwork and monitoring training hours
  • Assist with compiling data for various reports and research
  • Maintain client and employee files and complete internal audits
  • Daily office tasks such as keeping office organized, maintain inventory of supplies, answer phones, assist with setting up staff meetings and client events
  • Communicate with employees regarding paperwork drop off, greet employees and others entering office, maintain office schedules
  • Communicate with Wisconsin Medicaid and other HMO’s to initiate enrollment, network compliance, check insurance eligibility and complete prior authorizations as needed
  • Assist with other duties as requested

 

Knowledge and Skills Required:

  • Associates degree, Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Proficiency in Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint
  • Solid verbal and written communication skills with the ability to communicate professionally with clients, employees and other service professionals
  • Detail oriented with the ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines
  • Possesses professional verbal and written skills
  • Ability to organize and compile data as requested

 

Knowledge and Skills Preferred:

  • Understanding of Wraparound, Medicaid and other government programs
  • Familiarity with insurance principles, terminology and regulations affecting healthcare and medical billing

 

Pay based on experience and education ($12-$18/hour)

Parent Advocate – Location: Milwaukee WI

A Parent Advocate with RISE Youth & Family Services is an employee who develops a relationship with and identified caregiver in order to assist the caregiver with needs related to parenting and household management. Providers complete an assessment and develop a plan to best address the identified needs by providing support, guidance and education. The working relationship is focused on the caregiver’s needs and is guided by an assessment and treatment plan developed by the Parent Advocate, parent and team working with the family.

 

Essential Function/Responsibilities

  • Meet with the caregiver weekly
  • Coordinate with the other professionals on the team as well as with the family
  • Attend client meetings as needed
  • Complete an assessment to better guide interventions (interventions can include household management, linking with resources, transportation, advocating for parent and teaching parent to advocate, parenting education, other education as needed, etc…)
  • Utilize strategies such as role modeling, psychoeducation, support and resource identification
  • Meet requirements of specific programs (MCAP, DMCPS, DYFS)
  • Complete 20-40 hours of initial training and 10 hours of training per year after
  • Complete all required agency documentation in a timely manner
  • Attend all required staff meetings

 

Requirements

  • 21 years of age
  • Minimum of high school diploma or equivalent
  • Good driving record
  • Must have safe and reliable vehicle and ability to provide proof of auto insurance
  • Completion of all required background checks
  • Experience working with youth in a formal or informal setting
  • Completion of required training (20-40 hours depending on experience)

 

Pay based on experience and education ($12-$22/hour)