Website Institute for Best Practices
The Institute for Best Practices is hiring!
We are seeking strong candidates for three open training and consultant positions. Our team has experience and expertise in individual placement and support (IPS-SE) model of supported employment, assertive community treatment (ACT), and broadly in providing housing supports to those with serious mental illness in the community.
The links below take you to two position postings, both of which have a minimum requirement of a master’s degree, and a third is soon forthcoming with a minimum qualification of a bachelor’s degree. Both listings are written in a similar manner, and you only need to apply to one.
Our priorities are to:
- Increase our staff capacity to support IPS-SE teams in North Carolina, which includes assisting with fidelity evaluations, training, and coaching.
- Enhance our staff capacity to provide direct support to community support teams (CSTs), Transition Management Services (TMS), and ACT — all service lines designed to providing a Housing First approach to supporting people with serious mental illness succeed in the community.
- Continue to enhance our own compliment of diversity within our trainer and consultant team, which includes trainers and consultants with lived experience in the mental health system.
- Continue to enhance the accessibility and quality of services for those with mental illness who are currently or wishing to live and work in more integrated community settings both in North Carolina and across the U.S.
Think you are qualified and interested? Please apply!
To apply for this job please visit unc.peopleadmin.com.