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Executive Director, Family Resource Network of the Panhandle, Inc. Martinsburg, WV

ORGANIZATION: Incorporated in 1997 as a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization, defined by West Virginia code and located in Martinsburg WV, the Family Resource Network of the Panhandle, Inc. (FRNOTP) is an independent community organization with service coordination, needs and resource assessment, planning, community mobilization and evaluation to improve service systems for children and families in Berkeley, Jefferson, and Morgan counties. This is accomplished by facilitating the work of the Eastern Panhandle Health and Human Services Collaborative (HHSC) steering committee and works groups. The board contracts with Children’s Home Society of WV (CHS) to be the employer. As an employee of CHS, The FRNOTP Executive is subject to its HR policies and procedures but is accountable to the FRNOTP Board of Directors for carrying out activities to meet grant requirements. The Children’s Home Society of WV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

JOB SUMMARY: The Executive Director is responsible for the day-to-day management of the FRNOTP. This includes resource development, grants management, marketing, program evaluation, financial management, and community relations.
The Executive Director is responsible for facilitating and supporting the work of the HHSC to accomplish the following:
• Assess community needs and resources.
• Mobilize efforts to meet community needs.
• Evaluate the effectiveness of local programs and services.
• Coordinate a plan to address unmet community needs while eliminating duplication when possible.
• Uphold the vision and mission of the Family Resource Network of the Panhandle.
• 24-30 hours/week
• Flexible Schedule
• Salary range is $38,000/year

• Partner with the HHSC Steering Committee and its work groups to:
     o Assess the needs of children, families, and the service delivery system.
     o Develop priorities to meet these needs.
     o Develop, implement, and evaluate a work plan with a collaborative approach to addressing community needs and gaps in services.
     o Mobilize the community and engage stakeholders in carrying out strategies identified in the work plan.
     o Maintain ongoing communication with HHSC partners, community stakeholders, policy and decision makers, and the public regarding the needs of families and children and strategies to address these needs.
     o Organize and conduct meetings to address the HHSC priorities and workplan strategies.
     o Establish good working relationships and collaborations with community groups, funders, policy makers, community leaders and others to meet HHSC priorities and work plan strategies.
     o Ensure that procedures are in place for maintaining and sharing HHSC and FRN distribution lists.
• Implement a communication strategy to raise awareness of community needs; HHSC priorities, and current and potential strategies to address community needs by:
     o Distributing an electronic newsletter that informs recipients of community needs, resources, activities, HHSC work group meetings, etc. 
     o Maintaining a distribution list for the electronic newsletter.
     o Ensuring there is written documentation/minutes of all HHSC steering committee and work group meetings.
     o Ensuring the FRNOTP website and social media presence are up to date.
     o Ensure the FRNOTP and the HHSC are represented at community meetings, events, and activities.
• Expand and seek new funding sources by investigating, pursuing, and obtaining grant funding to support the FRNOTP and HHSC mission.
• Oversee finances and grant management by:
     o Working with the FRNOTP treasurer to ensure sound financial policies are developed and maintained.
     o Ensuring sound financial procedures are in place and are followed.
     o Working with the finance committee and the Board of Directors to prepare the budget and grant documents in a timely manner.
     o Ensuring that the FRNTOP operates within grant guidelines.
     o Ensuring that the terms of all grants are fulfilled.
     o Ensuring that designated board officers conduct official correspondence and execute legal documents as necessary.
• Collaborate with the board of directors to ensure that the FRNOTP meets its mission by:
     o Provide the board with timely and accurate information to help members make informed decisions.
     o Work with board members and committees to ensure effective meeting planning and follow up.
     o Ensure regular evaluation of all FRNOTP activities.

• A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in social work, public administration, community organization, or related field. A master’s degree is preferred.
• A minimum of three years’ work experience in health and human services or administration.
• Experience working in a community-based, nonprofit organization with a board of directors.
• Ability to facilitate and encourage community engagement.
• Ability to develop and maintain collaborative partnerships to carry out community-based activities and projects.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including a demonstrated ability to listen to others and to compromise.
• Proven competence in grant writing and program development
• Experience with branding and marketing community-based programs and local initiatives.
• Experience with the budgetary process, budget management and fiscal management for nonprofits.
• Ability to adapt and be flexible.
• Ability to use feedback to improve organizational capacity.
• Strong research and analytical skills.
• Excellent organization, time management, and administrative skills.
• Proficient computer skills with experience with Microsoft Office Suite products, including Word and Excel, and with various social media platforms. 

Please submit cover letter, resume and three professional references by Monday, March 18, 2024 to: Megan Simms, Board President Family Resource Network of the Panhandle

Posted 3.12.24


Psychotherapist, Private Practice

Passages Therapy and Counseling, PLLC a counseling and psychotherapy private practice, is hiring psychotherapists to provide counseling services to clients who reside in West Virginia. The successful therapists will be licensed (LGSW, LCSW, LICSW, or LPC) and have experience working with both children and adults in individual and/or couples’ sessions.

Passages therapists are 1099 employees of the practice with benefits including:

  • Flexible schedule for work/life balance
  • Work as little or as much as you desire
  • Flat rate reimbursement
  • Clinical Supervision, if desired

Passages offers a dynamic, flexible, and supportive work environment with opportunities for professional growth and development. Passages provides all client referrals, you simply schedule and document the session.

Must be clinically licensed in West Virginia

Job Type: Flexible
Pay: $40.00-$45.00 per session
-Psychotherapy - 1 year (preferred)
-West Virginia License (required)
Work Location: On Site ONLY Elkins, WV

Contact: (304) 704-3885

Posted 3.4.24


1) Field Coordinator and Clinical Instructor/Clinical Assistant Professor (Job #23502)

2) BSW Online Coordinator and Clinical Instructor/Clinical Assistant Professor (Job #23506)

The School of Social Work at West Virginia University invites applications for two non-tenure track renewable 12-month positions starting July 1, 2024. Both positions are campus-based (not fully remote).

Field Coordinator and Teaching Instructor/Teaching Assistant ProfessorIn addition to teaching, this candidate will serve as a Field Coordinator. The coordinator will join a field education faculty team dedicated to excellence in field education. The coordinator will engage in cultivating internship sites; coordinating internships with students and agencies; field education assessment activities; maintaining a database of agencies, affiliation agreements, and field instructors; contributing to field education policies and procedures; accreditation reporting; teaching, advising, and academic and professional service.

BSW Online Coordinator and Clinical Instructor/Clinical Assistant Professor. In addition to teaching, the candidate will coordinate and develop a new Bachelor of Social Work online program that will exist in parallel to the existing campus-based Bachelor of Social Work program. The coordinator will join a BSW faculty team dedicated to excellence in BSW education. The coordinator will engage in online course development, teaching, academic advising, student success and retention activities, recruitment and partnership-building activities with stakeholders, and academic and professional service.

The WVU School of Social Work is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education and enrolls approximately 350 students across BSW, MSW, and PhD program levels. The BSW program prepares graduates for generalist social work practice. The MSW program prepares graduates for advanced integrated practice. The PhD program prepares graduates for independent research, teaching, and leadership. The School is ranked among the top 75 schools of social work in the nation and includes a dynamic and collegial faculty committed to impactful research, teaching, and service.

WVU is a R1 research land grant university located within 90 minutes of Pittsburgh and 3.5 hours from the Washington/Baltimore area. Morgantown has been recognized as one of the most livable small cities in the U.S. There are extensive recreational opportunities, excellent public schools, and a supportive University environment in which to develop a visible and productive career.

For more information on qualifications and how to apply, visit WVU Careers and input the job number.

Posted 3.4.24


West Virginia Foundation for Rape Information and Services (WVFRIS) - Prevention Coordinator
The West Virginia Foundation for Rape Information and Services (WVFRIS), the state's sexual assault coalition, serves as the network of rape crisis centers in West Virginia to coordinate and develop comprehensive intervention and prevention services in the areas of sexual violence, stalking and human trafficking.

The Prevention Coordinator would be taking the lead role working with a statewide network of child sexual abuse prevention partners and specializing in prevention activities targeting children and youth. This position would also work with the prevention team on our statewide campaign, It's On Us WV.

QUALIFICATIONS: Must be committed to ending sexual violence, human trafficking and stalking. Minimum of a Master’s Degree in human services, public health or education field preferred. Preference given to candidates with experience working in child development/child welfare. Must have reliable transportation and the ability to work independently as part of a remote team.

Salary: $45,000 - $51,000, commensurate with experience. 
Insurance: WVFRIS offers a monthly stipend, up to $600, toward health insurance. This includes individual or family plans through the marketplace or a spouse's employer.

WVFRIS does not discriminate in its hiring or personnel practices on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, age, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin or disability. WVFRIS welcomes applications from diverse candidates.

posted 2.6.24