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We are currently seeking a full time Re-Entry Supervisor to work Mon-Fri, 8am-4:30pm in our Baltimore Region with the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services.
The Re-Entry Supervisor will provide supervision of the Re-Entry Coordinators / Case Managers, assign cases, audit charts, monitor trackers, submit monthly reports, and provide clinical oversight for the program while under the supervision of the Statewide Re-Entry Director and in collaboration with a multidisciplinary team.
Essential Duties / Responsibilities
- Provide clinical oversite for the program and direct supervision to Re-entry Coordinators and Case Managers
- Assist with caseload as necessitated including complex cases which may require referral to higher levels of care
- Conduct monthly Interdisciplinary Treatment Team Meeting (ITTM)
- Complete discharge planning for patients referred by the multidisciplinary team based on the determination that community resources will be required when the patient is released from the correctional environment
- Ensure that discharge planning is completed within time period required by the client for the type of referral
- Accomplish timely and appropriate discharge plans through assessment of the patient’s post-release needs and the provision of services necessary to meet those needs
Act as a liaison between correctional healthcare providers and community agencies and healthcare providers
- Collaborate and coordinate with all applicable parties (e.g., social work, medical, security) for release planning
- Update and maintain accurate information and records related to the patient’s discharge planning
Inform, coordinate and advise all applicable parties regarding patient discharge planning
Maintain accurate and timely records related to release planning, including active files of available community resources to facilitate the release planning
- Develop database and files of available community resources to facilitate the discharge planning process
- Develop and implement appropriate release planning within time period required by the client
- Proactive in performance improvement activities as demonstrated by participating in the Continuous Quality
- Improvement (CQI) program (peer review; record reviews; membership on the CQI committee as requested) and modifying clinical practices based on CQI recommendations
- Attend and participate in staff meetings, release and discharge planning meetings, Mental Health Courts, and other meetings as required/requested
- Attend required in-service programs as requested
- Attend required safety trainings and adhere to safety and security rules and regulations of the institution as requested
- Identify and maintain professional boundaries to preserve the integrity of the therapeutic process and relationship
- Coordinate care closely with security staff while maintaining a positive, collaborative relationship
- Ensure compliance with all facility and Company policies, Federal and State laws, regulations, and guidelines including HIPAA
- Maintain an ethical commitment to ensure confidentiality within the limits of a correctional environment
- Deliver care in a nonjudgmental/nondiscriminatory manner to protect the autonomy, dignity and rights of the patient
- Understand and comply with safety and security rules and regulations of the institution
- This position is classified as “essential.” Essential employees are expected to report to work when other state agencies are closed for emergencies