DIRECTOR OF ADULT COMMUNITY SUPPORT
F.T., salaried position, eligible for signing bonus
40 hours per week w/flexible schedule to be determined and approved by supervisor
(Schedule subject to change per agency/supervisor need.)
Overview: This is a supervisory position which involves the coordination of several functions of the Adult Community Support Services Division, including program coordination, monitoring of service delivery and outcomes, and grant development
Clinical and administrative supervision of assigned staff. All adult CPSTP’s (including Assessor, Jail Diversion, TIP); Housing, Residential Services and Payeeship Coordinators. This will include the review and monitoring of supervisees’ clinical work, case records, documentation, and billable hours. Participate in recruiting, evaluating, rewarding, disciplining, and/or training of staff. Conduct regular and timely performance evaluations. Schedule/lead individual and group supervisions. Identify and facilitate resolution of personnel and program issues.
Coordinate all functions of assigned programs to include coordination of service delivery, program development and monitoring. Manage the daily administrative affairs of assigned programs and oversee and collaborate with program supervisors, as applicable. Screen referrals to Adult CSPT and assign accepted referrals to appropriate services, as applicable. Coordinate the evaluation of the effectiveness of programs and make recommendations for utilizing results and improving/modifying programs. Develop and monitor program budgets/funding. Monitor/oversee required grant report completions, including proposals, and effective interventions with target populations. Meet department productivity expectations (e.g., billable units on a Fiscal basis). Maintain effective working relationships with other departments, and relevant community systems and agencies (e.g., local hospital ERs, private or state in-patient units). Serve on agency committees/groups. Promote and support the recovery process. Travel in- and/or out-of-state for applicable meetings/trainings, as required needed and on occasion, possible work in client home/community settings.
Master’s degree in a related field of mental health such as counseling, social work, or psychology with minimum of active Ohio independent licensure as LISW, or LPCC, or Psychologist, with minimum of two years supervisory experience, preferably in CSP, or a minimum of five years direct service experience providing CSP. Ability to perform required computer data entry. Knowledge of Microsoft (Word) preferred. Excellent skills in verbal and written communication, assessment, planning, organization, interpersonal skills and teamwork. Subject to all agency required documentation and background clearance checks. E.O.E.
Preferred: Active Ohio licensure in Social Work or Counseling with supervisory endorsement (LPCC-S or LISW-S) Additional clinical and/or administrative supervisory experience is preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point. Experience in program development and evaluation.
Send cover letter with current resume via this web site, or email@example.com ,HR Fax at (330) 420-9954, or CCMHC, Attn: HR (D-ACS), at P.O. Box 429, Lisbon, Oh. 44432. E.O.E.
The Counseling Center is growing again and looking for Counselors and Social Workers to join our amazing clinical staff in our Salem, Lisbon, and/or Calcutta office locations. We are a long established agency in Columbiana County dedicated to providing comprehensive and professional behavioral healthcare services to our residents.
FT Salaried, or P.T. Pay for Performance clinical staff to work collaboratively within our main/satellite offices and/or on-site school locations to provide psychotherapy treatment for behavioral health disorders for clients and families with some schedule flexibility. As assigned, may provide consultation or education services to schools, community or staff.
Eligible for sign-on bonus and productivity bonuses.
Active Ohio licensure of independent license of LISW, LPCC, LIMFT, Psychologist, or independent eligible, and Masters degree preferred; a minimum LSW, LPC, LMT required. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to perform computer data entry required. Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word) and EHR preferred. Successful candidates should be organized and work well both independently and on a team. EOE
Based upon licensure, experience, and hire status:
FT employees are eligible for full medical, dental, vision coverages; employer paid life and long term disability insurances, generous paid leave.
Counselor – Licensed Drug/Alcohol
Join our team of qualified chemical dependency counselors and a department offering a great team approach and a comprehensive array of behavioral health services at our agency locations, and a wide range of substance use disorder services.
This is a FT position with sign-on bonus, productivity incentive bonuses, and a flexible schedule with some evening hours. Direct/indirect services to clients and families working with referral sources and other treatment providers. This position entails assessments individual/group therapy, case management and consultation with other therapists, clinical documentation, education and prevention services.
Masters degree in a behavioral healthcare field such as social work, counseling, psychology, human services required. Minimum licensure of an Ohio LSW, LPC, LMFT, or Psychologist and ability to obtain CD credentialing required. Independent licensure and experience in the fields of substance use disorders/mental health preferred. Skills in written and verbal communication; assessment; planning; organization, interpersonal skills and teamwork. Ability to perform computer data entry required and knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word) and EHR preferred. Subject to all background check clearances. E.O.E.
HOW TO APPLY:
Apply to firstname.lastname@example.org or send to CCMHC, HR Dept., Attn: D/A Counselor @P.O. Box 429, Lisbon, Ohio, 44432,mailto:email@example.com or HR Fax (330) 420-9954 or utilize our web site options @ http://www.colmhc.org
After-Hours Crisis Program Worker
OVERVIEW: After-hours crisis workers must be available by cell phone throughout the entire shift. Crisis workers must respond after agency hours of operation to calls to Help Network (Crisis Ctr. Hotline) within ten (10) minutes of receiving a page or call. Crisis workers respond to crisis related requests from clients and their families, hospitals, law-enforcement and other individuals and groups in the community. Must conduct face-to-face diagnostic assessments in hospitals, jails, police stations, and other secure settings for adults and children experiencing mental health crisis. Make recommendations to law enforcement and medical personnel and other referral sources regarding disposition/resolution of mental health crisis. Facilitate involuntary psychiatric hospitalizations. Complete timely and accurate documentation of all contacts and necessary paperwork.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Minimum of one year experience working in mental health assessment, case management, or crisis intervention, and active Ohio license (min. LSW, LPC or RN) with the ability to conduct diagnostic assessments under the supervision of an independently credentialed mental health professional. Knowledge of crisis intervention and client interviewing; the ability to deal effectively with the public and agency staff; good written and oral communication skills; a calm and helpful demeanor, and a value of collaboration. High flexibility and accessibility by cell phone. Have and maintain reliable transportation and required vehicle liability coverage. Ability to perform computer data entry required; knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word) preferred. Subject to criminal background, drug screen, and BMV clearance checks. E.O.E.
RATE: Paid at current agency crisis on call shift rates:
Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. or Fri. – 16 hr. shift (4:00 p.m-8:00 A.M.)
Sat. or Sun. – 24 hr. shift (8:00 A.M. – 8:00 A.M.)
Agency holidays – 24 hr. shift (8:00 A.M. – 8:00 A.M.)
Submit current resume with cover letter via this agency web site, or to HR Coordinator-ATTN: Crisis Wkr., at firstname.lastname@example.org or HR Fax, at (330) 420-99054, or P.O. Box 429, Lisbon, Ohio 44432, by 10/30/20.
CPST – TIP Facilitator (Transition to Independence)
FT, non-exempt, grant funded position in community support program. Conduct strength-based needs assessments related to the transition domains as specified in the TIP System Development and Operations Manual. Serve as a facilitator for the client’s person-centered planning and his/her Individualized Transition Plan (ITP) team. Monitor and coach young adults as they progress through levels of service need; active status, maintenance status, and follow-along status. Work collaboratively with the teachers and school guidance counselors in developing a personal plan with each student. Develop crisis back-up support plans for those students who require such. Collaborate with other service practitioners and educators from children’s mental health, education, adult mental health, children’s services and rehabilitation. Conduct or arrange the provision of necessary services and supports for each student in accordance with the person-centered ITP plan. Promote the involvement of parents and other natural and community supports in planning necessary services and supports for each student. Interface with adult mental health services coordinators to ensure continuity of age-appropriate services for students as they approach 18 years of age and older. Identify obstacles to living independently, obtaining employment, post secondary education, and in developing supportive social and recreational activities. Develop strategies to overcome these barriers. Assume responsibility for and/or direct the implementation of strategies developed to assist students in overcoming these types of obstacles. Collaborate with relevant public and private agencies to achieve the implementation of these strategies. Develop interagency and community network relationships.. Refer clients to appropriate clinical, medical and behavioral specialists. Chart and record services rendered in accordance with agency standards. Assist assigned clients in acquiring access to community settings and resources. Maintain transition records on each student. Collect and record data relative to the progress of assigned clients across their goals during each of the active, maintenance and follow along statuses. Attend team/staff meetings, participate in supervision travel, and training. Complete all required documentation. Work flexible schedule, including possible evenings and/or weekends.
MINIMUM EDUC./EXP.: Bachelor’s degree in field of social science, rehabilitation, and/or educational (e.g. social, work, psychology, counseling, special education) and minimum of two years direct service experience working in social service, educational, juvenile justice, and/or mental health settings in which counseling, training, therapy, and/or guidance was provided to children, adolescents, young adults, and/or their families.
PREFERRED: Master’s degree in the field(s) of social sciences, rehabilitation, and/or education and at least one year of direct service experience. Active Ohio licensure in related field. Preference for individuals with experience in:
1) working with adolescents, and young adults with emotional and/or behavioral difficulties,
2) preparing these individuals for living independently, obtaining employment, or functioning in the community more effectively; and/or
3) conducting home-based, school-based, or field-based service delivery.
Excellent skills in written and verbal communications, assessment, planning, coordination, organization, mediation, and interpersonal; ability to collaborate with and work with in- and out-of-agency staff, the general public and maintain a professional and calm demeanor. Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word) preferred and ability to perform computer data entry required. Also subject to all background clearances and driving requirements.
HOW TO APPLY:
Submit a cover letter with current resume via email@example.com, HR Fax @ (330) 420-9954, or via this web site by downloading agency’s employment application. E.O.E.
P.T. , variable, up to 19 hrs. per week, non-exempt position. The Parent Educator/Mentor will assist in the development and implementation of a grant funded parenting program for families referred by the Columbiana County Department of Jobs and Family Services. Direct services to include planning and delivery of non-treatment services. Perform education/prevention services to referred participants of grant-funded parent education program, in order to assist in the enhancement or improvement of their knowledge and/or skills. Provide in-home mentoring and follow-up activities with assigned families. Provide linkage, referral, networking, monitoring, and/or advocacy, as applicable. Meet department required productivity expectations. Planning and recording documentation for services provided including progress toward identified program/individual goals. Perform computer data entry. Attend team/staff meetings. Participate in supervision, travel and training.
H.S. diploma or GED required with minimum one (1) year related experience or one year formal education (full-time) in related field required. Skills in written and verbal communication, assessment and planning, organization, interpersonal skills and teamwork. Ability to work flexible schedule and perform computer data entry required. Knowledge of Microsoft (Word) preferred. Valid driver’s license, excellent driving record; ability to meet agency required vehicle insurance liability limits, have and maintain vehicle in safe operating condition and continued maintenance of all. Subject to criminal background clearances, DMV, and drug screen clearances.
HOW TO APPLY:
Residential Shift Worker
1 FT – (flexibility required; (variable shifts)
1 P.T.- (variable/intermittent (up to 19 hrs. per week, normally 16)
The residential shift worker is assigned to work at an agency residential facility to provide support, supervision, and monitoring of clients residing in that setting. The Shift Worker is responsible for ensuring procedures are followed. The Shift Worker must possess skills necessary to work effectively with adults with severe mental disabilities. The Shift Worker must be willing to work flexible hours including evenings, weekends, and holidays.
H.S. diploma or GED required. Minimum one year formal education in the field of social work, psychology, or human services field and/or experience with persons with severe mental disabilities, or related experience preferred. Associate Degree of higher in related human services field preferred. Experience with persons with severe mental disabilities is preferred. Criminal background, BMV and drug screen clearances; direct telephone service via home/cell availability. Well developed organizational, interpersonal, teamwork and written and verbal communication skills. Exhibit dependability and reliability. Valid driver’s license, and a reliable vehicle in safe operating condition. Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word) preferred and ability to perform computer data entry required. E.O.E.
APPLY: Submit a written letter of interest with current resume to HR Dept., CCMHC ATTN: RSW (indicate P.T. or FT), via this agency’s web site, or firstname.lastname@example.org or HR Fax, (330) 420-9954, or P.O. Box 429, Lisbon, Ohio 44432