The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
WMNI Vision Statement
We envision an army, united in its dedication to boldly follow where God leads, maximizing every opportunity to reach out in love with the life changing of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
The Treatment Coordinator is responsible for the provision of residential services and staff activities in the facility. Provide necessary assistance or carry out treatment plans designed to promote maximum development of each consumer’s capabilities. Complete admissions, discharges and maintain a therapeutic environment. Serve as a role model and advocate for the consumers receiving services in the facility.
Act as a role model and advocate for consumers
Complete admissions for incoming individuals
Complete discharges for individuals exiting the program
Coordinate services as needed to ensure all consumer needs are being met
Complete the daily shift responsibilities as assigned
Ensure the facility is maintained in a safe and clean manner
Participate in regular program office meetings as needed
Work with Medical Department to ensure consumer medical and psychological stability
Education: High school diploma or GED equivalent. Certified or Registered Medical Assistant strongly preferred.
Experience: Two (2) years experience in substance use disorder and/or mental health or related field preferred.
Skills: Demonstrated ability to communicate in verbal and written formats to meet position responsibilities. Ability to articulate and actively support the mission of the Salvation Army to various audiences. Demonstrated problem-solving skills. Ability to work autonomously and as a team. Current Michigan driver's license with acceptable driving record according to Salvation Army Turning Point insurance carrier definitions. Ability to lift 50 pounds non-stationary weights either alone or as part of a two-person assist. Have unlimited bending and stooping capacities including but not limited to: bending or stooping as part of a one or two person assist of a resident off the floor; bending or stooping to assist a resident out of a couch, chair, bed, or car; pivoting while bearing weight of a resident; providing total assist while showering a resident. It is preferred that a recovering individual demonstrate a minimum of five years sobriety with current evidence of social and emotional stability.
General: Compliance with criminal background investigation protocol. Current Michigan driver's license with acceptable driving record according to Salvation Army Turning Point insurance carrier definitions.