San Diego’s Newest Mobile Crisis Response Team (MCRT)
Passion, Mindset, and Innovation Set Us Apart
- Telecare San Diego’s newest behavioral health program is a 24/7, Mobile Crisis Response Team (MCRT) serving individuals of all ages experiencing mental health crisis.
- MCRT is creating an opportunity for Clinicians, Case Manager Master’s, and Certified Peer Supports to intervene in a unique way that has never been done before in our system of care.
- This program collaborates and accepts referrals from the San Diego Access and Crisis Line (ACL) and law enforcement.
- San Diego’s MCRT will offer crisis triage and management, risk assessment, in-person intervention, and case management.
- Each team will respond to calls from the mobile crisis van to provide services directly in the field in the following San Diego Regions: Central, East, South, North Central and North Inland.
We are building a multi-cultural, multi-racial, multi-generational, and inclusive team to help those in need.
We will redefine the way we respond to our community members and their families when they are vulnerable and suffering from a mental health crisis and/or drug/alcohol use. Ready to make a difference.
What’s In it For You?
- 4-10 Schedule
- Team consultation and collaboration
- Ongoing program, team, and leader development/training
- Leadership succession planning – opportunity for growth within program and company
- Program expansion will continue to offer further professional growth
- Free CEUs, free Supervision for BBS Associate License, coaching and mentorship
- Online University Tuition Discount and Company Scholarships
- Paid Time Off: For FT Employee it is 16.7 days in your first year
- Nine Paid Holidays
- Low-cost Medical, Vision and Dental Insurance options
- Two retirement plans: 401K & Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP)
- Shift differential (6% for PM shifts) (8% for NOC shifts)
- For hourly staff only: bilingual pay
What are the qualifications? (Must Have)
- A Master’s Degree in Social Sciences or related field
- Current licensure with CA BBS as an LMFT, LCSW, LPCC
- One (2) years of experience in providing crisis management and mental health services
- Driver’s license and vehicle insurance that is current and valid with your name listed as the driver
- Your own personal vehicle to use for work to attend community meetings, drive on site to crisis if needed, and more.
- Position requires transporting Members in program van (acceptable driving record)?
- Outpatient clinic or community mental health service with two (2) years of direct clinical service
- Experience providing intensive case management and/or intensive community supports using psychiatric rehabilitation concepts
What will your role entail?
- Dispatched and responds to emergency / crisis events in the community across San Diego County
- Provides onsite therapeutic interventions support to persons and families in crisis
- Collaborates with other First Responders as needed to provide onsite crisis support including, but not limited to, transporting members to appropriate levels of care
- Will act as a leader for the dispatched mobile team, providing clinical guidance and instruction to team members
- Will complete a concise assessment to paint a clinical picture of the members needs and provide appropriate treatment recommendations
- Making appropriate referrals for placement, case management and aftercare services, as assigned
- Developing and maintaining an awareness of community resource
- Full-Time (4 days/wk)
- Part-Time (3 or 2 days/wk)
- *Needs to be able to work either Saturdays or Sundays
- AM: 5:30am – 4:00pm
- PM: 2:30pm – 1:00am
- NOC: 9:00pm – 7:30am
- 4-10s schedule (10-hour shifts)
Wage range $77,486.00 – $113,961.90
EOE AA M/F/V/Disability
*Benefits vary depending on status, shift, etc.
Full Job Description can be provided by the program.