Licensed Counselors (school and agency based)
The Counseling Center is a comprehensive behavioral healthcare services agency, and we are seeking FT Salaried, or P.T. PFP, (Pay for Performance) clinical therapists to work collaboratively within our offices and/or in area school systems, to provide individual, family, marital or group psychotherapy treatment for behavioral health disorders for clients and/or their families. As assigned, may provide consultation/education services to schools, community, or staff. Billable productivity expectations. Eligibility for incentive bonuses. Schedule flexibility.
Active Ohio licensure of LSW, LPC, LMFT required; independent license of LISW, LPCC, LIMFT, Psychologist, or independent eligible preferred. Ability to perform computer data entry required. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word) and EHR preferred. Successful candidates should be organized and work well both independently and on a team.
Based upon licensure and hire status: FT employees are eligible for full medical and other benefits & generous paid leave. Sign-on bonus for new hires. E.O.E.
How to Apply:
Screener/Crisis Interventionist/Intake Therapist (FT)
(normally Mon.-Fri.) (adjustable per supervisor/agency need/approval)
FT with full benefits. Sign on bonus.
Conduct telephone and face-to-face screening duties, including assessing service needs and scheduling initial or reopen appointments. Complete all required clinical documentation within Center guidelines, (e.g., CSIs guidelines. Timely and accurate completion of all non-clinical reports. Provide telephone assistance and /or face-to-face crisis intervention on site or in community for providers, referral sources, law enforcement, hospitals, individuals and families, completing appropriate planning/actions. If requested or otherwise indicated, assist other staff during client crisis. Facilitate psychiatric hospitalizations with clients, referral sources, and inpatient programs. Perform computer data entry. Conduct face-to-face crisis assessments at the Center or in hospitals, jails, police stations, and other secured community settings for adults and children experiencing a mental health crisis. Make recommendations for referral sources regarding client disposition/resolution of mental health crisis. Meet Crisis Intervention and Diagnostic Assessment productivity expectations (billable units on a fiscal basis.) Complete assessments within Center guidelines. Regular attendance and adherence to work schedule.
The position requires a minimum of two years experience working in mental health assessment, case management, or crisis intervention and must be at minimum actively licensed in Ohio as an LSW, LPC, or RN, with the ability to conduct diagnostic assessments under the supervision of an independently credentialed mental health professional. Must maintain and provide verification of such licensure. Ability to perform computer data entry with accuracy required. Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word) preferred. Reliable transportation with and meet agency required vehicle insurance liability limits. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Techniques (CPR), First Aid & AED training, Non-Violent Crisis Intervention certification and HIPAA training required. Subject to criminal background, drug screen, and DMV clearances.
Knowledge of community resources, possession of outstanding assessment and oral and written communication skills. Well developed judgment and discretion regarding case decisions are required, as well as willingness to seek consultation and work closely with other staff/professionals when there is a need. The ability to work with children and adults and to deal effectively with the public and agency staff in a calm and helpful demeanor. Exhibit value of collaboration. E.O.E.
How to Apply:
Counselor - Chemical Dependency/Substance Use
FT with full benefits and sign-on bonus. The Chemical Dependency/Substance Use Counselor is a f.t. position, with flexible schedule and some evening hours required. Direct/indirect service to clients and families. Work collaboratively with clients, referral sources, and other treatment providers. Respond to urgent client needs from own or dept. caseloads. This entails: assessments, individual therapy, collateral therapy, group therapy, case management – direct or indirect. Record clinical documentation, individual service and treatment plans, progress notes; status reports; assessments. Meet productivity expectations; e.g. billable units on a fiscal basis. Perform computer data entry. Participate in individual supervision , group supervision, peer review activities, team meetings, quality assurance meetings. Timely and accurately complete all agency required documentation, time reports, and/or leave forms, as applicable. Minimal travel. Case consultation with other therapists, telephone contacts, written reports, education and prevention services which are non-billable. Meet productivity expectations. Regular attendance and adherence to work schedule.
Must know and adhere to the ethical standards of the certifying Chemical Dependency Board of Ohio, must have general understanding of DSM diagnostic system. Under supervision will have the ability to formulate accurate diagnostic impressions. Obtain all agency and supervisor required trainings.
Masters degree in a behavioral healthcare field such as social work, counseling, psychology, human services required. Minimum licensure of an Ohio LCDC or LICDC required; or an Ohio LSW, PC, or MFT and Ohio CDCA required; or Ohio PC licensure with a scope of practice of substance abuse/addiction required. 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) preferred. Subject to criminal background, drug screen, and DMV clearance checks. E.O.E.
How to Apply:
Residential Shift Worker
(P.T. variable, ^19 week; normally, 16 hrs. per week, weekend shifts)
The Residential Shift Worker provides support, supervision and monitoring of residents living in agency residential settings. The Shift Worker is responsible for ensuring procedures are followed and must possess skills necessary to monitor and work effectively with adults who may have disabilities, and need direction or assistance with daily living activities. Per assigned duties, orient and explain program rules and responsibilities; follow procedures related to resident and facility safety; light/general facility maintenance. Perform computer system data entry. Regular attendance and adherence to work schedule.
H.S. diploma or GED equivalent required. Minimum one year formal education in the field of social work, psychology, or human services field, and/or related experience, preferred. Associate Degree of higher in related human services field preferred, not required. Well developed organizational, interpersonal, teamwork and written and verbal communication skills. Exhibit dependability and reliability and ability to work flexible schedule. Valid driverâ€™s license, meet agency required vehicle liability insurance liability limits, and a reliable vehicle in safe operating condition. Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word) preferred and ability to perform computer data entry required. Per job assignment, ability to stand/lift/move supplies and equipment to and from work areas, as applicable, or appropriately request assistance when needed. Criminal background, BMV and drug screen clearances; direct telephone service via home or cell availability. E.O.E