• Team Leader

Team Leader

  • Anywhere


Team leaders will have graduated from high school or obtained a G.E.D. (General Education Diploma) and have a minimum of two years full time work experience (or it’s part time equivalent) working in a mental health program serving persons with severe and persistent mental disabilities.

A Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Social Work, or Behavioral Science may be substituted for two years of experience.

Team leaders will report to the Program Director.

Job Duties

  • Under the direct supervision of the Psychiatrist and Program Director, employees will be responsible for the treatment, counseling and supervision of California Psychiatric Transitions’ residents.
  • Assure that proper documentation occurs whenever necessary including weekly, monthly, and quarterly progress summaries and incidental charting.
  • Assist in identifying behavior problems and develop and implement behavioral care plans.
  • Update care plans as required.
  • Meet regularly with the Program Director to discuss treatment problems and progress.
  • Communicate with the Mental Health caseworker and family when necessary.
  • Facilitate team meetings and groups assigned by the Program Director that allow residents to discuss their needs and progress.
  • Assure that the clothing needs of the residents assigned to them are met.
  • Complete monthly and quarterly written reviews of each resident assigned.
  • Communicate each resident’s progress to the facility psychiatrist.
  • Staff each resident that is assigned with facility psychiatrist on a monthly basis.
  • Track each resident’s group hours.
  • Track each resident’s program level and inform and review with their psychiatrist when a resident qualifies to change levels.
  • Act as a liaison between the resident and treatment. Route resident requests through the appropriate administrative channels.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Program Director.
  • Due to the unpredictable nature of the psychiatric profession employees are to engage in crisis prevention procedures for the safety, health and welfare of the residents and staff.
  • In addition to specific job duties, due to the nature of the psychiatric field, at times, you will be expected to stand for long periods of time, bend, kneel, lift, carry and walk swiftly or run.

Personal Information

Personal Information
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Employment Desired
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Work Experience

Work Experience
Please list your work experience for the past five years beginning with your most recent job held. If you were self-employed, give firm name.


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If yes, explain number of conviction(s), nature of offense(s) leading to conviction(s), how recently such offense(s) was/were committed, sentence(s) imposed, and type(s) of rehabilitation.
Briefly explain how you became interested in the mental health field and describe any experiences you have had when interacting with mental health patients. Briefly describe any skills you possess that may prove beneficial to our resident population.
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Application Waiver

Application Waiver
This Company is an equal employment opportunity employer. We adhere to a policy of making employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, age or disability. We assure you that your opportunity for employment with CPT depends solely on your qualifications.
In exchange for the consideration of my job application by California Psychiatric Transitions, (hereinafter called “CPT”), I agree that: Neither the acceptance of this application nor the subsequent entry into any type of employment relationship, either in the position applied for or any other position, and regardless of the contents of employee handbooks, personnel manuals, benefit plans, policy statements, and the like as they may exist from time to time, or other Company practices, shall serve to create an actual or implied contract of employment, or to confer any right to remain an employee of CPT, or otherwise to change in any respect the employment-at-will relationship between it and the undersigned, and that relationship cannot be altered except by a written instrument signed by the Facility Director. Both the undersigned and CPT may end the employment relationship at any time, without specified notice or reason. If employed, I understand that CPT may unilaterally change or revise their benefits, policies and procedures and such changes may include reduction in benefits.
I authorize investigation of all statements contained in this application. I understand that the misrepresentation or omission of facts called for is cause for dismissal at any time without any previous notice. I hereby give CPT permission to contact schools, previous employers (unless otherwise indicated), references, and others, and hereby release CPT from any liability as a result of such contract. I understand that, in connection with the routine processing of your employment application, CPT may request from a consumer reporting agency an investigative consumer report including information as to my credit records, character, general reputation, personal characteristics, and mode of living. Upon written request from me, CPT, will provide me with additional information concerning the nature and scope of any such report requested by it, as by the Fair Credit Reporting Act.