Job Opportunities

To apply for available position(s), complete the Employee Application and submit by email, fax (803-939-2646), or standard mail to MIRCI, 1408 Gregg Street Columbia, SC 29201.

DIRECTOR OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

FUNCTION: Under limited supervision and reporting to the Executive Director, develops, directs and evaluates the accounting system of MIRCI, and coordinates and oversees all business aspects of the agency including but not limited to, administering the human resource actions of the agency, the agency’s information technology system, and insurance coverage.

GUIDELINES FOR DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Responsible for the financial and administrative activities for the agency.  Responsible for direct supervision of the Representative Payee Staff, Human Resources and Accounting Manager, and Administrative Support Staff. 

  • Coordinates the agency’s accounting systems – to include MIRCI’s financial records, the Payee Program’s records, and the Supportive Housing Program’s records.
  • Ensures the accurate documentation of all financial transactions and the timely payment and receipt of all monies for the agency.
  • Maintains procedures for allocation of direct expenditures and administrative costs to program areas and funding sources.
  • Maintains invoicing system and ensures collection of accounts receivable.
  • Ensures accurate reporting and payment with state and federal agencies regarding payroll taxes, coordinating with outsourced payroll company.
  • Prepares or reviews the preparation of periodic and special financial reports for internal and external agency requirements, including monthly financial reporting for the Board of Directors.
  • Provides historical financial data, and with input from the senior management team of MIRCI, develops annual budgets, along with revised budgets periodically, for approval by the Board of Directors.
  • Supervises or prepares the accounting of grants or special contracts. This includes federal grant reporting / compliance oversight.
  • Works with senior management in the development of the agency’s annual budget and grant budgets.
  • Coordinates and oversees the external audits for the agency, including the overall agency financial audit, and 5 single purpose HUD property audits, all of which are subject to the federal single audit act.
  • Performs and/or coordinates internal audits on representative payee records and supportive housing financial records.
  • Establishes and maintains property and equipment inventory system.
  • Coordinates IT system needs and maintenance.
  • Performs other related duties as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Knowledge of the principles, theories and practices of accounting and financial management.
  • Knowledge of non-profit accounting, and the related federal and state statutes, rules and regulations pertaining to non-profits.
  • Strong Controller knowledge and experience.
  • Knowledge of payroll taxes and reporting.
  • Limited knowledge of deferred compensation plan and required reporting.
  • Knowledge of fiscal and budgetary processes, and experience with nonprofit budget development and budget variance reporting.
  • Knowledge of IT systems, and ability to utilize various Windows software, including but not limited to Excel, Quickbooks Enterprise, Word, and Outlook.
  • Knowledge of administrative policy and procedures.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
  • Ability to interpret and analyze financial data and reports.
  • Ability to manage professional and support staff.
  • Ability to communicate effectively.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: CPA designation and combination of accounting and managerial experience.

LICENSED SOCIAL WORKER/LICENSED PROFESSIONAL COUNSELOR – YOUTH PROGRAM

FUNCTION: Under limited supervision provides specialized clinical services, including the provision of individual and group counseling of an advanced nature for youth/young adults who have experienced severe and persistent mental illness, trauma, and/or emotional problems participating in a Behavioral Health setting. The licensed Professional Counselor will report directly to the Youth Services Director.

EMPLOYEE CLASSIFICATION: Considered professional, exempt position that is regular full-time.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Participates in treatment team meetings on a daily basis.
  • Provides case management to youth accessing drop-in center to help meet basic needs.
  • Provides emergency services including, but not limited to, crisis intervention and assessments, and during after-hours rotation.
  • Performs other related duties as required.
  • Provides group, individual and psychosocial rehabilitative services.
  • Provides documentation of services provided within 24 hours of service.
  • Coordinates, plans, and implements regularly scheduled groups and activities for clients.
  • Performs array of clinical functions to assist clients in recovery.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Thorough knowledge of methods, principles and practices of clinical counseling.
  • Extensive knowledge of psychopathology and patient management within a psychiatric setting.
  • Extensive knowledge of group dynamics and human development.
  • Ability to evaluate counselor skills and program needs and to apply counseling theory in a clinical setting.
  • Some knowledge of basic health and welfare services provided by other public and private agencies.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective contact with individuals, families and representatives of other professional disciplines.
  • Knowledge of individual and group behavioral traits.
  • Knowledge of trauma-informed care.
  • Some knowledge of the techniques of interviewing and counseling.
  • Ability to express ideas clearly, both orally and in writing.

QUALIFICATIONS: A Master’s Degree from an Accredited School of Counseling, Social Work or Mental Health. Must have a SC Licensure of LPC, LPC-I, LISW-CP, or LMSW and 2 years of experience in a clinical counseling program. Must have a valid SC driver’s license and a good driving record. Must be certifiable in defensive driving and Standard CPR/1st-Aid. Training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is preferred.

Group Home House Manager

FUNCTION: Under general supervision of the Group Home Administrator, the house manager will assist with directing the day to day functions of the Group Home in accordance with current federal, state, and local regulations that govern Community Residential Care Facilities and as may be directed by the Administrator, to assure that the highest degree of quality care can be provided to our residents at all times.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Associates Degree or higher, 2 years’ experience in a mental health or related human service field.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Knowledge of crisis interventions.
  • Knowledge and ability to communicate effectively with clients and other staff members.
  • Knowledge of basic health and welfare services provided by other public and private agencies.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective contact with individuals, families and representatives of other professional disciplines.
  • Knowledge of laws, regulations, policies and procedures relevant to persons served.
  • Ability to exercise judgement and discretion.

EXAMPLES OF WORK:

  • Organizes, directs, and coordinates scheduling of the housing support staff.
  • Reviews, evaluates and reports on program area(s).
  • Provides weekly supervision to housing support staff.
  •  Develops and maintains a therapeutic relationship with all residents.
  • Assists and supervises the daily maintenance of the residents, as well as the preparation of meals and self-administration of medications and activities to improve social skills/interaction.
  • Identify any physical and/or behavioral changes with appropriate documentation, report observations in staff meetings and provide input regarding resident issues.
  • Document according to Policy and Procedures and Quality Assurance in a timely manner, as well as in the Group Home Daily Log book.
  • Provide supportive and emergency response to residents, as needed.
  • Performs other related duties as required and needed for the welfare of the residents.

SPECIAL NECESSARY REQUIREMENTS: Must have a valid SC driver’s license and a good driving record.  Must be certifiable in defensive driving, 15 passenger van driving, CPI, Standard CPR/1st-Aid and medication administration.