Full- and Part-Time Positions Available at TTI

Requirements for clinical positions:  TTI is seeking compassionate and self-motivated individuals dedicated to working in the mental health field with adults, children, and families with psychiatric disabilities. All positions are full time and require a minimum of one year professional experience (or as noted).

Requirements for all positions: All applications must have reliable transportation, a valid Michigan driver's license, and a safe driving record. Applicant must be able to provide employer with verification of highest educational degree / credentials / licensure. Copies of automobile insurance, social security card, and Tuberculin test are also necessary requirements. You must be willing to attend necessary work-related trainings offered by employer and conditional for continued employment. Excellent benefits package for full time positions only.

Benefits for Joining Our Team:

  • Paid Time Off (full-time positions only)
  • 403(b) Retirement Plan
  • Excellent benefits for Full-time employees (includes eligible dependents)
  • Choice of Holidays
  • Competitive Salary
  • Advancement Opportunities

Full and Part Time Positions Available at TTI:

IDLocationFull/Part TimeJob TitleDescriptionDate Posted
601FLINTFCase Manager Provide initial and annual psychosocial assessment. Person-centered planning, updates the plan annually or with changes in levels of need. Must be familiar with co-occurring modalities including ability to engage, screening, motivational interviewing and treatment matching protocols. Ideal candidate must be able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Computer knowledge required and proficiency in MS Word/Excel a must. Bachelors or Masters in social work - must have appropriate credentials/licensure (LLBSW, LBSW, LLMSW, LMSW). 3/27/2014
602SAGINAWFCase Manager (Several full-time positions available!) Provides initial and annual psychosocial assessment. Person-centered planning, updates the plan annually or with changes in levels of need. Must be familiar with co-occurring modalities including ability to engage, screening, motivational interviewing and treatment matching protocols. Ideal candidate must be able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Computer knowledge required and proficiency in MS Word/Excel a must. Bachelors or Masters in social work - must have appropriate credentials/licensure (LLBSW, LBSW, LLMSW, LMSW). 3/27/2014
619MACOMBPBehavior Tech (Part-Time) Provide ABA behavioral therapy/services to young children (ages 18 months to 6 years) diagnosed autism in the child’s home, community and/or TTI clinic. ABA direct services include intensive one-on-one behavior therapy and will implement behavioral interventions that are designed to address each child’s unique social, emotional and behavioral needs through skill development in such areas. Ideal candidate must be able to work independently and be self-motivated. Bachelors in social work, psychology, special education, occupational therapy or related field. Minimum of one-year experience working with children with autism required. 3/27/2014
622OTHERPFriends for Recovery Drop-In Ctr Asst Director, Saginaw, MI (Part-Time) The Assistant Director is the back-up to the Director of drop-in operations. The ideal candidate will be versatile, confident, patient, and non-judgmental. Drop-In operations demand both professionalism and people skills. This position requires someone that is not afraid to make difficult ethical decisions, has the self-confidence to seek advice and assistance and is willing to learning new experiences. Social and office skills are helpful, as well as the ability to self-direct and maintain focus on a diverse number of tasks. Candidate must have at least two years experience in the delivery of mental health services as well as one year of management or supervision experience; must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills (both written and oral). Bachelor’s degree in human service related field or HS Diploma/GED required. Candidate MUST HAVE received community mental health services as a primary consumer. 3/27/2014
624TROYFSupports Coordinator Coordinate, link and monitor services between consumers and providers. Actively engage in person-centered planning with consumers that have developmental and/or physical disabilities, with possible co-occurring mental illness. Provides supports to persons in the office, community and consumer’s residences. These supports focus on personal self-sufficiency, facilitating independence and promoting community integration. The Supports Coordinator will maintain standards of timelines, chart content and face-to-face contacts with consumers. Eligible candidates will have the ability to write a person-centered plan, advocate for their consumers and be comfortable working in the community and fast paced environments. Bachelors or Masters degree in Social Work with licensure (LLBSW, LBSW, LLMSW, LMSW). Must have at least one year experience with developmental disabilities and have knowledge of DD and ASD as well as the ability to write a person-centered plan. 3/27/2014
626MACOMBPOutpatient Therapist (Part-Time) Provides psychotherapy with consumers (children, adolescents and adults) with diagnosis of mental illness, substance use, developmental disabilities, or some combination of the above. Implement approaches of cognitive behavioral therapy and motivational interviewing in psychotherapy. Conduct initial and annual psychosocial assessments to include diagnosis, develop person-centered plans and service reviews, maintain clinical record to agency expectations, adhere to timelines with respect to client contacts and paper work completion, maintain consumer authorizations and coordinate care with agency psychiatrists. Masters in Social Work with appropriate credentials/ licensure (LLMSW, LMSW). 3/27/2014
636FLINTFRegistered Nurse - ACT Program Performs both community-based nursing-related tasks such as health assessments, coordination of psychiatric and medical care, conducting and monitoring blood draws and completion of AIMS. Provides the education, administration and monitoring of the appropriate storage and use of medications. Completes psychosocial assessments, discharge planning, transfer summary, crisis planning and intervention including protocol for mental health hospitalizations and guardianship. RN Licensed in Michigan. Experience and/or training in mental health or substance abuse preferred. 3/27/2014
640BAYSIDE LODGE (SAGINAW)FUnit Facilitator This position is part of a multi-disciplined team that provides community-based services for adults with severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI) and or developmental disabilities. As a member of this team, you will provide support and assist the consumers in building trust and rapport with service providers, develop understanding and management of their illness and symptoms and explore and link with natural and community supports as well as utilize strength based assessments and person centered planning principles to ensure vocational approaches/interventions are provided in attainable, progressive and measurable steps. This person advocates for consumers, instructs them on their rights as consumers and promotes and encourages consumer self-advocacy. Also provides transportation to members as needed. A Bachelor's degree in Social Work or related mental health field is preferred. Previous experience or knowledge of pre-vocational, job development and supported employment assistance a plus. 3/27/2014
642TROYFCase Manager - SSVF Program This position will be housed in the Troy office, however, travel to all six SSVF sites/counties is required. This position is a grant-funded position working with Veterans. Responsibilities would include linking consumers to resources, maintain charts and adhering to federal guidelines. They would also work to ensure consumers have safe and affordable housing options. This position would include consistent tracking/progress notes. MS Office, Outlook proficiency required, as well as the ability to multi-task, organize, work independently to meet deadlines and have an understanding of mental health and housing. Bachelors in social work, psychology, or related human services field. Must have registration or eligibility for registration as a Social Worker, if applicable. Experience serving in the Armed Forces preferred. 3/27/2014
645OXFORD (MAIN ADMIN)FRegistered Nurse Supervisor Responsible for supervising, developing, coordinating, implementing and monitoring nursing services at the Oxford, Flint, Saginaw and Troy offices as well as assuring the safe delivery of nursing services in strict conformance with the highest standards of accountability and compliance with current governing laws and regulations, Michigan Mental Health Code, Medicaid Guidelines, various county contracts, CMH requirements and accreditation requirements and TTI standards, policies and procedures. Also responsible for reviewing, updating and monitoring the implementation of nursing practices. A minimum 20% of time is spent in providing clinical nursing services and providing assistance to nurses. Experience with Electronic Health Records, i.e. PCE Systems (SENTRI, FOCUS, CHIP, and ODIN) preferred. Ideal candidate needs to have excellent assessment skills, verbal and written skills, computer knowledge and an understanding of mental health nursing. RN licensed in Michigan with mental health background, community mental health and substance abuse preferred. Two years of supervisory experience required. Training or experience working with children’s population helpful. 3/27/2014
646OXFORD (MAIN ADMIN)FIntake Specialist Intake Specialist is responsible for assessing eligibility for service requests based on Michigan Mental Health Code and Medicaid Guidelines and providing denied requests with due process rights and alternative service recommendations. Must have knowledge of diagnostic criteria for OCCMHA services; knowledge of programs and services offered at TTI as well as the ability to diagnose substance use and mental health disorders. Responsible for completing preliminary plans, completing initial paperwork, coordinating pre-intake and all initial appointments for new individuals presenting for services. Will make referrals to community resources as applicable, office, hospital and/or community based work as appropriate. Knowledge of a broad range of emotional and mental disorders, current treatment techniques as well as psychotropic medications preferred. Master’s degree in Social Work, psychology or counseling with appropriate credentials and full licensure with at least two years of clinical experience. 3/27/2014
647TROYFBehaviorist Provide behavioral services to include in-depth behavioral assessments, functional behavioral analysis, behavioral treatment plans, develop behavioral data collection procedures, analyze and report on data and train family and staff on behavioral interventions. Update treatment plan as progress is made. Understand and apply behavioral therapy, applied behavior analysis, positive and reactive behavioral interventions. Understand and be compassionate with persons with developmental disabilities and autism spectrum disorders. Use of computer to include Microsoft Word, Outlook and the internet. Must have behavioral experience and experience working with special needs. Maintain timelines, report and documentation requirements. Must have excellent verbal, written and analytical skills. Masters degree in Social Work, Counseling or Psychology with behavioral therapy background preferred. 3/27/2014
648OXFORD (MAIN ADMIN)FCase Manager Provide initial and annual psychosocial assessment. Person-centered planning, updates the plan annually or with changes in levels of need. Must be familiar with co-occurring modalities including ability to engage, screening, motivational interviewing and treatment matching protocols. Ideal candidate must be able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Computer knowledge required and proficiency in MS Word/Excel a must. Bachelors or Masters in social work - must have appropriate credentials/licensure (LLBSW, LBSW, LLMSW, LMSW). 3/27/2014
 

Applicants must have reliable transportation, valid Michigan driver’s license and a safe driving record. Must be able to provide employer with verification of highest educational degree/credentials/licensure. Copies of automobile insurance, social security card, and tuberculin test are also necessary requirements. Must be willing to attend work-related trainings offered by employer and conditional for continued employment. Excellent benefits package (Full-time positions only).

Fax résumé and cover letter with salary requirements to (248) 524-8875, Attention Human Resources.

Training and Treatment Innovations, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.