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CCSI INC Forensic Intervention Specialist - PER DIEM in Rochester, New York

Forensic Intervention Specialist - PER DIEM

Rochester, NY ( • Forensic Intervention Team, Monroe County OMH

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Forensic Intervention Specialist - PER DIEM

Monroe County Office of Mental Health (MCOMH)

Rochester, NY – On-Site

PER DIEM Nonexempt : hours vary

Wage Grade:

Wage Grade Min Mid Max

115H $29.86 $30.99 $31.91

115A $62,101 $64,464 $66,383

*The wage grade for this position represents the minimum, midpoint, and maximum pay for all positions in this wage band. Individual pay rates will be determined based on criteria including, but not limited to, benchmark data, program budget, internal equity, education (or educational equivalency), work experience, job qualifications, and expertise in this field.

Coordinated Care Services Inc (CCSI)seeks a talentedForensic Intervention Specialistto contribute their expertise in providing essential business services to our provider organizations and customers. The Forensic Intervention Team collaborates with clinicians and law enforcement agencies to coordinate response with local law enforcement for mental health situations for non-crisis and crisis situations, provide a de-escalation of events, and evaluate and refer individuals for continued treatment or community support. As a per diemForensic Intervention Specialist, you would be required to have availability on weekends and holidays with a minimum expectation of 3 shifts per month plus two holidays per year (one summer and one winter).

CCSI is partnering withMonroe County Office of Mental Healthto hireaForensic Intervention Specialist.This position is employed by CCSI and working on behalf ofMonroe County Office of Mental Health.

In this role, you will be

  • Responding to crisis and non-crisis behavioral health calls with law enforcement upon dispatch from 911.

  • Triaging behavioral health and mental health calls to determine the appropriate level of intervention, balancing needs among various law enforcement departments.

  • Balancing immediate needs of persons in crisis, with the long-term goals to connect to ongoing supports, understanding that mental health needs and timelines for transition vary among cases.

  • Developing strong relationships with Monroe County’s law enforcement agencies.

  • Building effective linkages and relationships with informal and community supports (child, adult, and family serving systems), as well as other formal supports.

  • Conducting other duties as assigned.


Education and Experience

  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), , Licensed Psychoanalyst, or doctorate in psychology, as documented by valid licensure from NYS ED Office of Professions, ispreferredOR

  • Master’s degree in Social Work or Mental Health field plus minimum 5 years’ experience in mental health crisis intervention or mental health crisis response setting,ORPsychiatric Registered Nurse or RN in a mental health environmentORthe work and education equivalency (seeCCSI's equivalency chart).

  • Direct behavioral health support or treatment in emergency/crisis; criminal justice/forensic; substance use disorders; developmental disabilities; and/or youth/family settings is preferred.

Additional Requirements

  • The ability to work a minimum of 3 shifts per month including two holidays per year (summer/winter) with availability on weekends and holidays.

  • Regular access to a New York State registered, insured, and inspected vehicle for business purposes with a minimum $300,000 personal liability on auto insurance policy.

  • Willing to carry police radio for communication and response during shift and on-call.

  • Satisfactory completion of all required screenings.

  • Full vaccination against the COVID-19 virus. Reasonable accommodations will be made for qualified religious or medical/disability needs.

We AreCCSI! (

CCSI employs more than 500 talented, dedicated professionals who provide program management services, consulting, and operational support needed by local departments of mental health and social services, state agencies, community-based organizations, and school districts across New York State and beyond! Our mission, simply put, we help people and communities.

CCSI’s vision is to be an exceptional place for individuals to grow and build a career, while expanding our capacity to invest in communities. We do this by prioritizing employee voice and equity to ensure we protect employees from harm; provide connection and community; enable work-life harmony; foster mattering at work; and creating opportunities for growth and development.

We Can Offer You (

·Market competitive compensation.

· An award-winningWellness@Work ( and employee benefits program.

· An organization that is committed toracial equity and anti-racist practices ( .

· Continuousprofessional development ( opportunities.

·A voice ( in shaping CCSI’s ever-evolving diverse company culture.

CCSI does not accept inquiries from third-party recruiters or search agencies.

Coordinated Care Services, Inc (CCSI) provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or lo

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