Position title
CSU Technician

The active technician will provide behavior management type services with the adult SMI population. 

  • Check and record consumer conditions such as vital signs and weight. 
  • Administer basic life saving techniques. 
  • Perform or assist in the performance of activities of daily living including but not limited to bathing, shaving, washing clothes and brushing teeth. 
  • Write nontechnical reports documenting patient behavior, activity, and progress towards habilitation/treatment plan goals. 
  • Direct and participate in recreational and social activities for consumers in accordance with written programs and habilitation plans. 
  • Accompany consumers to needed services outside the facility. 
  • Assist in the upkeep of the facility through limited cleaning, laundering, and maintenance tasks. 
  • Conduct and document operational activities such as fire drills and checking safety equipment as directed and trained to do so by senior staff. 
  • Use appropriate behavioral management techniques when interacting with consumers. 
  • Report promptly for assigned shift and work beyond assigned shift hours including weekends and holidays, as needed. 
  • Stay awake and alert at all times. Perform safety checks (assure client is breathing and safe) every 15 minutes or as needed and document in log. 
  • Notify program director or other senior staff of any referrals, elopements, acts of aggression or any other problem situation outside the scope of authority of Active Treatment Technician. 
  • Treat individuals receiving services, family members, staff, volunteers, visitors, government agencies, and the general public with respect, dignity, and courtesy at all times.  Conduct yourself in a manner which leaves a favorable impression with the public. 
  • Adhere to all Department of Mental Health Standards, Division of Medicaid Standards, and maintain respect for all other LIFECORE Health Group’s policies, procedures, and management decisions. 
  • Respect and uphold the confidentiality of individuals receiving services, their family members, colleagues, and any sensitive situations arising within the agency.  
  • Participate in all training required for your specific position and by the agency at large. 
  • Perform other specific duties as assigned by your supervisor/manager/coordinator. 
  • A minimum of a high school diploma or GED 
  • Valid Mississippi Driver’s License
Job Benefits
  • PTO for personal needs and sick leave
  • Military leave
  • Health Savings Account
  • Health Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • PERS Retirement
  • Ten Paid Holidays
  • Voluntary Supplemental Policies
  • ETC.
Employment Type
Duration of employment
Health Care
Job Location
Date posted
December 11, 2023
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