ACT Case Manager – Polk County’s ACT/FACT team

ACT Case Manager 

SALARY: $22.04 – $27.88 Hourly
$3,820.00 – $4,833.00 Monthly
$45,840.00 – $57,996.00 Annually
OPENING DATE: 05/10/22
CLOSING DATE: 05/24/22 01:00 PM

Polk County is located in Oregon’s beautiful Willamette Valley. If you seek a position where
voices are heard and contributions are valued and recognized, consider Polk County. Every
employee plays a critical role providing helpful and friendly service to make a difference to the
citizens and communities that we serve. We offer a generous benefits package which includes
county contribution to health insurance, fully paid retirement in PERS paid life insurance, long
term care, paid holidays and more!
This is the entry level in the case management class series. Performs a variety of case
management services with a general focus on assisting individuals to access entitlements, local
resources and coordination of complex care needs. Employees are qualified and assigned to
work with behavioral health populations which may include children, adults, families and seniors.
Duties and responsibilities are assigned according to the population.
An employee in this classification may perform any of the following duties. However, these
examples do not include all the specific tasks which an employee may be expected to perform.
1. Provides a variety of individual and group services within the Behavioral Health programs,
which may include alcohol and drug abuse, and chronic mental or emotional disturbances.
2. Maintains an assigned caseload and provides assistance with obtaining supported
employment or education, access to housing supports and other community resources.
3. Provides consultation and support to clients, their families, and facilitates healthy
community relationships between client, community and other agencies.
4. May provide individual and group skills training and transportation.
5. Provides crisis management support and problem response/resolution.
6. Serves as an advocate/liaison in assisting clients to obtain necessary services, which may
include transitioning, community integration, resource and referral.
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7. May assist in the development of homes, services, other community placements, and
vocational programs for people with mental illness.
8. May provide services or support for nursing homes, enhanced care facilities, group
homes, regional care facilities, foster homes, semi-independent or supported living
situations and other residential/vocational day services, where designated case
management services are needed.
9. Performs related duties as required.
Bachelor’s degree in psychology, sociology, counseling or related field; or any equivalent
combination of experience and training, including an associate’s degree.
Must possess and maintain QMHA Certification through the Mental Health and Addiction
Certification Board of Oregon at the time of appointment. Must possess and maintain a valid
Oregon driver’s license and automobile insurance, and have access to and use of a personal
automobile as a condition of employment.
** A cover letter and résumé are required. If you are a military veteran and want to apply
for Veterans’ Hiring Preference, you must attach the Veterans’ Preference Form (available
on our website) and your DD-214/215 and/or disability letter. **
DO NOT ATTACH ANY OTHER DOCUMENTS (transcripts, letters of recommendation,
certificates, etc.) They will not be considered at the application stage. You may bring them to the
interview if you are selected to interview. **

Official Job Description 

ACT Clinician, Peer Support Specialist & Supported Employment Specialist Positions Open at NARA Northwest

OCEACT would like to announce that NARA Northwest in Multnomah County has several open ACT positions. If individuals are interested in applying or have any questions please email Andrea Garber,, and reference what position is of interest. Please see the ACT Clinician, ACT Peer Support Specialist, & ACT Supported Employment Specialist position descriptions below:

ACT Clinician

ACT Supported Employment Specialist

ACT Peer Support Specialist job description

ACT Substance Use Disorder Specialist Position Open on Benton County ACT Team

The Benton County Behavioral Health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team is seeking applicants for a Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Specialist to join our team.


About the ACT Team
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) aims to provide an intensive, highly integrated, community-based service that is provided by a multidisciplinary team of professionals. The targeted population is individuals who have a serious mental illness who often have a co-occurring diagnosis of substance use disorder that impair their capability to live in the community. These are individuals who do not typically come into a clinic setting for traditional treatment. The ACT Team takes the treatment service to them in their homes, shelters, sidewalks, etc.

Job Summary
This position provides a broad range of social services to a mixed caseload of individuals with substance use disorders. Services are offered in individual and group settings, utilizing evidence-based clinical practices, trauma informed and skills that are in compliance with program standards. The SUD Specialist participates in treatment team planning, and performs crisis intervention. Services are provided under the oversight of a Qualified Mental Health Professional. May provide specialized services depending on area of assignment.

If you like to be able to get out of the office, and have the flexibility to work with clients in a less traditional but effective ways, this may be a position for you. Strong communication skills and a desire to work with colleagues are highly valued and needed.
First Review of Applications will be on March 18th.

Minimum Qualifications
The following minimum qualifications are required for this position:
• Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, Applied Behavior Analysis or closely related field from an accredited college or university; AND
• 2 years of experience in mental health, drug court, counseling or closely related field; AND
• Certified Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Counselor (CADC) certification required.

An equivalent combination of work experience and education may be accepted.
Special Requirements:
• Hiring is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check.
• Valid Oregon driver’s license. This position requires driving and may require use of a personal vehicle.
• Benton County requires all Health Services and Clinic employees to complete their COVID-19 vaccination series or have an approved exception to the requirement due to a medical condition or sincerely held religious belief. Successful candidates for this position must submit vaccination documentation or be approved for an exception prior to their first day of employment. Failure to provide proof of full documentation or receipt of an approved exception will lead to withdrawal of the job offer.
Your Total Compensation/Benefits
• Annual salary range of $57,781 – $77,983
• Rewarding work in a productive, innovative, and creative environment.
• Colleagues who are passionate about public service.
• Paid vacation, holiday, and sick leave; and a great work-life balance.
• Advancement and learning opportunities that will help grow your career with Benton County.
• Choose between a traditional PPO (low deductible) medical plan in which you pay a portion of the monthly premium or an employer-paid (high deductible) medical plan with additional options for an HSA or HRA account.
o The County funds up to $1400 (available for the high deductible plan only) for the HSA or HRA account.
• Choose between two dental group plans – MODA or Willamette Dental Plan.
• The Vision plan is embedded in the medical plans.
• Employer paid Life and AD&D insurance coverage, plus optional supplemental available for employee/spouse.
• Employer paid Long Term Disability coverage.
• Employer paid retirement contribution towards Oregon PERS.
• Deferred Compensation 457b Plan with employer contribution and optional employee contribution.
• Live, work, and play in Corvallis, Oregon.

FACT Program Manager Position Open at Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare

Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare is hiring a Program Manager for their Forensic-ACT team. Creative leaders with the ability to share advanced clinical skills and experience to support our team in delivering services that fosters participant hope, resilience, and full community participation are encouraged to apply by following the link below: