DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH
TRANSFER OPPORTUNITY ANNOUNCEMENT
FILEDATE: MAY 3, 2018
THIS IS NOT A BULLETIN FOR A CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION
Countywide Resource Management is looking for two (2) Staff Assistant I's to join the Residential and Bridging Care (RBC) program, implemented by the Whole Person Care Los Angeles (WPC-LA) program. WPC-LA will bring together health and social service delivery entities across the County to build a more client-and community-centered system of care and develop the foundational infrastructure necessary to deliver seamless, integrated services to the most vulnerable Medi-Cal beneficiaries in Los Angeles County. Currently Countywide Resource Management's (CRM) existing Residential and Bridging (R&B) Services includes a team that provides bridging services for individuals transitioning from institutional settings back to the community located countywide. The RBC program will enhance these services in order to serve all individuals in County hospital psychiatric emergency services (PES) and inpatient units, Institutions for Mental Diseases (IMDs) and Enriched Residential Services (ERS) who can return to non-institutional settings, and support them in their transition back to the community.
Location: DMH Headquarters 550 Vermont Ave.
Essential Job Functions
Supporting CRM Management in the administrative functions of managing the Department's implementation of WPC RBC such a compling reports of program enrollments and disenrollment, and other reports to ensure compliance.
Collaborate with program staff to track and troubleshoot enrollments, disenrollment, and transfers.
Provide administrative problem-solving of program and provider issues related to WPC RBC, monitor and provide technical assistance for invoices and billing.
Liaison with the Human Resource Bureau; monitor the status of Personnel Action Forms. (PAFs); obtain eligibility lists and the Department's functional item control for the program.
Provide supervision to clerical staff in the preparation and maintaining of service and supplies requests and other administrative reports and records.
Participate in relevant meetings adhere to standardized practices for WPC-RBC data and implementation reporting.
Must be a permanent County of Los Angeles employee who has passed their initial probationary period and currently holding the payroll title of Staff Assistant I.
Excellent organization and communication skills
Skill in tracking, multi-tasking, and prioritizing under pressure.
Ability to be creative, problem solve, delegate and motivate.
Experience working with a multidisciplinary team.
Adaptable and flexible.
Interested individuals currently holding the payroll title of a Staff Assistant I are encouraged to FAX or email their resume, last two (2) Performance Evaluations, and last two (2) years of time history report. Please designate your interest by indicating Staff Assistant I.
Jacqueline Yu, LCSW
Countywide Resource Management
550 Vermont Ave., 9th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90020
Email Kelly Chi at ****
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