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Mental Health Coordinator, City of Charleston, West Virginia
General Description
The Mental Health Coordinator will be a member of the Mayor's CARE Office and will be responsible for direct care services to individuals experiencing mental health crises. The Coordinator will participate in and organize the work of the Mental Health Response Team.
     Duties and Responsibilities
The functions listed below are those that represent the majority of the time spent working in this job. Management may assign additional functions related to the type of work of the job as necessary.
    Essential Functions:
Connecting individuals to mental health support
Supporting individuals in person and via telephone
Managing schedule for Mental Health Team members
Establishing relationships with mental health providers in/around Charleston and the state
Tracking data related to EMS calls involving mental health matters
Conducting outreach efforts within the City
Coordinating efforts with the Charleston QRT and Homeless Outreach Coordinator
Developing standard operating procedures for the Mental Health Response Team
Developing strategies for reducing recurring crises
Preparing monthly and/or quarterly reports
Performing related work as assigned.
Responsibilities, Requirements and Impacts
     Data Responsibility:
Data Responsibility refers to information, knowledge, and conceptions obtained by observation, investigation, interpretation, visualization, and mental creation.  Data are intangible and include numbers, words, symbols, ideas, concepts, and oral verbalizations.
 Gathers, organizes, analyzes, examines or evaluates data or information and may prescribe action based on these data or information.
     People Responsibility:
People include co-workers, workers in other areas or agencies and the general public.
Provides information, guidance or assistance to people that directly facilitates task accomplishment; may give instructions or assignments to helpers or assistants.
     Asset Responsibility:
Assets responsibility refers to the responsibility for achieving economies or preventing loss within the organization.
Requires some responsibility for achieving minor economies and/or preventing minor losses through the handling of or accounting for materials, supplies or small amounts of money.
     Mathematical Requirements:
Mathematics requires the use of symbols, numbers and formulas to solve mathematical problems.
Uses addition and subtraction, multiplication and division and/or calculates ratios, rates and percents.
     Communications Requirements:
Communications involves the ability to read, write, and speak.
Reads technical instructions, procedures manuals and charts to solve practical problems, such as routine office equipment operating instructions; composes routine reports and specialized reports, forms, and business letters, with proper format; speaks compound sentences using normal grammar and word form.
     Judgment Requirements:
Judgment requirements refer to the frequency and complexity of judgments and decisions given the stability of the work environments, the nature and type of guidance, and the breadth of impact of the judgments and decisions.
Responsible for long range goals, planning and methodologies.  Decision-making is focus of the job, affecting entire organization and surrounding population; works in an unstable environment with frequent and significant changes in conditions.
     Complexity of Work:
Complexity addresses the analysis, initiative, ingenuity, concentration and creativity, required by the job and the presence of any unusual pressures present in the job.
 Performs coordinating work involving guidelines and rules, with constant problem solving; requires continuous, close attention for accurate results or frequent exposure to unusual pressures.
     Impact of Errors:
Impact of errors refers to consequences such as damage to equipment and property, loss of data, exposure of the organization to legal liability, and injury or death for individuals.
The impact of errors is moderately serious affects work unit and may affect other units or citizens.
     Physical Demands:
Physical demands refer to the requirements for physical exertion and coordination of limb and body movement.
Performs light work that involves walking or standing most of the time and involves exerting up to 20 pounds of force on a regular and recurring basis, or skill, adeptness and speed in the use of fingers, hands or limbs on repetitive operation of electronic office equipment within moderate tolerances or limits of accuracy.
     Equipment Usage:
Equipment usage involves responsibility for materials, machines, tools, equipment, work aids, and products.
Handles or uses work aids involving some latitude for judgment regarding attainment of a standard or in selecting appropriate items.
     Unavoidable Hazards:
Unavoidable hazards refer to the job conditions that may lead to injury or health hazards even though precautions have been taken.
Involves routine and frequent exposure to extreme heat and/or cold; wet or humid conditions.
     Safety of Others
Safety of others refers to the level of responsibility for the safety of others, either inherent in the job or to ensure the safety of the general public. (Does not include safety of subordinates).
Requires some responsibility for safety and health of others and/or for occasional enforcement of the standards of public safety or health.
     Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
Bachelor or Master's in Social Work preferred
Crisis intervention experience
Familiarity with mental hygiene process
2 years experience in mental health or related field
 Special Certifications and Licenses:
Valid WV Driver's license and reliable transportation is required
Core Competencies:
     Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Accountability takes responsibility for own actions.
Adaptability responds positively to change.
Communications listens, speaks and/or writes in a clear, concise and respectful manner.
Customer Service provides courteous, accessible and quality assistance to internal and external customers.
Initiative takes proactive action to complete work or resolve issues
Judgment & Decision Making evaluates issues and makes sound factual decisions.
Professional Development - seeks opportunities to enhance technical skills and job knowledge.
Teamwork & Cooperation collaborates with others to fulfill the City's vision and achieve departmental goals and strategic objectives.
     Additional Qualifications:
Must have the ability to provide documentation verifying legal work status.
Ability to read and speak the English language proficiently in order to communicate and interact with others; to understand and interpret safety instructions; and to respond to internal and external inquiries.
Ability to understand and comply with City and departmental guidelines, policies, procedures and expectations.
This job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work that may be performed by an employee.  It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory or list of all of the duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.  Supervisors/Managers and/or Department Heads may also assign additional or other lawful duties as may be necessary and/or required.  The City reserves the right to modify or change this job description at any time, for any lawful reason, with or without notice.  This job description is not, and should not be construed or implied to be a contract, promise or guarantee of continued employment.
     Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance
The City of Charleston, WV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  The ADA requires the City to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified persons with disabilities. Prospective and current employees are encouraged to discuss ADA accommodations with management.

(8.6.20)

Service Coordinators
Skill Builders LLC, a WV Birth to Three Service Coordination Agency is hiring WV Birth to Three Service Coordinators to work in Berkeley and Jefferson Counties
This position offers the ability to work from home, flexible hours that you schedule, hourly rate and the opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of children and families in your community.
This position does typically require travel to family’s home in and around the areas listed above, BUT during the COVID-19 Pandemic, many services and visits are being provided virtually. Also, while this position is primarily days it does require some evening visits (virtual or face to face) that you schedule at your and the family’s convenience.
A minimum of a BSW/BA degree, preferably in social work, education or a human service field is required OR being a parent of a child that has aged out of the WV Birth to Three System.
Please email or call for more information regarding this position.
skillbuilders1@comcast.net
Or contact Susan Watson at 304-282-8554
This posting/position will remain open until filled 
Please post or pass on as appropriate
(8.3.20)

Recruitment and Certification Specialist
Recruit and certify treatment foster care parents, working independently or with a team with mnimal supervision. Requires understanding of community relations and re-education philosophies. Apply online https://www.pressleyridge.org/careers.heml
Contact: Ally Taylor ataylor@pressleyridge.org
EOE
(7.31.20)

Case Manager
Immediate opening for a Case Manager position for a Social Services agency in Sutton, WV. Multi-county travel required.
Job Requirements: Valid WV Social Work License, Valid WV Driver's License, reliable transportation. Competitive salary schedule with generous benefits. Experience with the geriatrics/disabled programs are real pluses for the successful candidate. Computer literacy required with working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, and other programs as needed. Pre-employment drug screening, OIG, CIB checks as well as clearance through the WV Cares Registry required. Please fax resume to 304-472-4673 or email to kcurrence@cwvasi.org
(7.31.20)

Try This is hiring a new executive director, and we need your help to find the right person. Our founder and co-director, Kate Long, is retiring from director duties and dropping back to part-time media for Try This in the fall. And we are looking for an exceptional person to lead Try This into the next exciting phase.

As we start our search, we are very happy to tell you that Try This was able to fund 21 minigrants this summer. Here's a county-by-county list. From paddling in Pleasants and Putnam Counties to orchards in Barbour and Kanawha to new farmers markets in Brooke and Logan, Try This is proud to be part of every one of them.
In its first six years, Try This and partners did a spectacular job of building a vibrant grassroots healthy-community network unparalleled anywhere in the country. With seven funders so far, now we'll be moving into a second phase of doing more concentrated regional work and building an exciting online presence. You'll hear more soon about that.
Please take a look at this Try This Executive Director job description. Is this you? Do you know somebody who would be perfect for this job? If so, please forward this email to her or him.
As director of the Try This fiscal sponsor, I am so excited about the possibilities ahead for Try This and for a healthy West Virginia. We hope you're finding positive aspects to these difficult times. Try This is moving forward!
Deanna Bush Palmer
Director, Lewis County Family Resource Network
Try This fiscal sponsor
(7.28.20)
The Family Resource Center at Youth Health Service, Inc. is looking for an AmeriCorps VISTA Volunteer.
This is a high energy, fast paced environment that will require self-motivation, flexible work schedules and an eagerness to work with the community in an array of settings.
The successful candidate must meet AmeriCorps VISTA requirements, pass required back ground checks, and have reliable transportation.
more information on becoming an AmeriCorps VISTA.
E-mail resumes to
deniseevans@youth-health.org

(7.28.20)

Hawse Health is still recruiting for our expansion of Behavioral Health Services.  Hawse Health Center currently has 7 therapists and 1 Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, but  it is still not enough to meet the needs of our communities.  We offer a  competitive salary ($43,000 to $80,000 dependent upon licensure/experience/performance) and benefits. Applicants must have a Master's Degree and West Virginia license (LPC, LGSW, LCSW, LICSW, or Psychologist).  If you are interested please contact Ken Powers, Director of Behavioral Health Services at 304-897-5915 Ext 261 or by email kpowers@hawsehealth.com
(7.24.20)

Children’s Home Society of WV is seeking a Child and Family Services Supervisor at our Martinsburg site. Requirements for this position include a Master’s degree in Social Work preferred and Social Work license eligibility required. Applicants must have a demonstrated ability to work with children and their families, possess good communication and leadership skills, and a willingness to share a 24-hour on-call responsibility. The position will assist the site manager/regional director in supervision of all site programs and site administration, with focus on Family Resource Services, Safe At Home, and WECAN but may include other site programs such as shelter, Permanency, Child Advocacy Center and community outreach and prevention programs. Other responsibilities include program administration, staff supervision, community resource development, fundraising, program budget management, client advocacy and crisis intervention. Reliable transportation and valid automobile insurance required. Competitive salary and excellent benefits package offered. Tuition assistance and paid CEU opportunities available.

Amanda Shank
ashank@childhswv.org 
Children's Home Society of WV
653 Winchester Ave.
Martinsburg, WV 25401

(7.23.20)

Licensed/License-Eligible Therapist
PSIMED Corrections, LLC, a behavioral health management company, is seeking qualified mental health professionals for the following locations to provide mental health services to the West Virginia Bureau of Juvenile Services:
Chick Buckbee Juvenile Center, Augusta, WV
• Candidates must have a master’s degree in a mental health field and be licensed or license eligible in West Virginia.
• Benefits competitive Flexible work schedule.
If interested please contact:                  
Trudi Blaylock tblaylock@psimedinc.com  
Or call:
304-344-8515 (office)
304-380-4004 (cell)
(7.21.20)

Recruitment for State of Maryland
SOCIAL WORKER I and II, CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Salary:  $59,524-$79,203 Yearly
20 year retirement pension and State of MD health benefits.
North Branch Correctional Institution in Cumberland, MD is currently recruiting for open positions. Social work employment in a correctional setting offers a wide variety of unique opportunities and experiences. You must have a masters degree in social work and be licensed in Maryland or license eligible.  Social workers start at step 5 so the pay is actually higher than what is posted on the website.  See the attachment for a full job description.  You may also call Anita Rozas, Regional Supervisor of Social Work at 301-729-7567 for further information. 
To apply for this position, you must go to the State of Maryland Job Seekers website:
https://dbm.maryland.gov/jobseekers to complete an application. 
(7.20.20)

Skill Builders LLC
A WV Birth to Three Service Coordination Agency
Is looking to hire WV Birth to Three Service Coordinators to work in
Berkeley and Jefferson Counties
This position offers the ability to work from home, flexible hours that you schedule yourself, hourly rate and the opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of children and families in your community.
This position does typically require travel to family’s home in and around the areas listed above, BUT during the COVID-19 Pandemic, many services and visits are being provided virtually. Also, while this position is primarily days it does require some evening visits (virtual or face to face) that you schedule at your and the family’s convenience.
A minimum of a Bachelor degree, preferably in social work, education or a human service field is required, OR being a parent of a child that has aged out of the WV Birth to Three System.
Please email or call for more information regarding this position.
skillbuilders1@comcast.net or contact Susan Watson at 304-282-8554
This posting/position will remain open until filled 
Please post or pass on as appropriate
(7.10.20)

Crisis Counselor
Position Overview
The First Choice Services Crisis Counselor provides a short-term form of treatment to help callers deal with the immediate emotional and behavioral health aftermath of a crisis situation. This position is responsible for providing brief emotionally supportive services to help individuals regain a sense of safety and return to their normal level of functioning, or access ongoing treatment services as needed. The Crisis Counselor is responsible for providing excellent service to those accessing the service by using reflective listening and motivational interviewing skills to understand their unique circumstances and needs, render immediate emotional support, provide options for ongoing support/treatment and follow up to ensure needs are being met. The First Choice Crisis Counselor is patient, knowledgeable, empathetic and helpful.
Essential Job Functions
• Answer incoming calls with patience, respect and empathy.
• Provide crisis intervention, suicide prevention support and brief supportive counseling to callers who are experiencing emotional crisis.
• Help those accessing services by call, text or chat to regain a sense of safety so that they may return to their normal level of functioning.
• Refer those accessing services by call, text or chat to ongoing treatment according to level of need, or to other FCS helplines as indicated by identified needs.
• Professionally document consumer demographic data and interactions within designated database/databases.
• Follow-up with clients to monitor and track successes and concerns.
• Respect each participant’s privacy rights under HIPPA and other applicable laws and regulations during the provision of services.
• Provide all services in an ethical manner while maintaining participant dignity.
• Participate in the designated personal and professional development program to ensure the quality of service delivered.
• Participate in the established quality assurance program.
• Obtain the necessary continuing education units related to maintain individual licensure or certifications.
• When necessary, provide for the safety and wellbeing of the participant following all applicable duty to warn and care procedures.
• Demonstrate reliable time and attendance practices.
• Adherence to all policies and procedures
Requirements
Four-year degree in social or behavioral health services field (licensure given special consideration).
Experience in crisis intervention.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Compassion and empathy to appropriately respond to client’s needs without personal bias or judgment.
Ability to document on data systems while interacting with those seeking help via call, text or chat.
Emotional fortitude to contend with difficult client situations in a face paced work environment.
High attention to details.
Other Skills/Abilities
Ability to multi-task: Manages multiple tasks at one time; quickly and accurately shifts attention among multiple tasks under distracting conditions without loss of accuracy or appearance of frustration.
Communication skills: Reads, writes and speaks fluent English in order to convey information and ideas effectively. Demonstrates exceptionally strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to prepare concise and accurate records and reports.
Organizational ability: Demonstrates a systematic approach in carrying out tasks and assignments.
Problem solving skills: Demonstrates a strong ability to properly identify and analyze problems. Able to follow the proper policies and procedures to solve identified problems.
Client service skills: Consistently ensures that participants are provided with attentive, courteous and informative service. Gains and shows personal satisfaction from delivering expected service elements.
Computer skills: Comfortably and confidently uses a computer and specialized software.
Initiative: Self-motivated and shows willingness to accomplish multiple tasks as assigned.
Integrity: Firmly adheres to the values and ethics of First Choice Services. Exhibits honesty, discretion, and sound judgment.
Cooperativeness: Willing to work with others, collaborating and compromising where necessary; promptly share relevant information with others.
Flexibility: Is open to changing situations and opportunities and is willing to perform all tasks assigned.
Independence: Able and willing to perform tasks and duties without direct supervision.
Tolerance for Stress / Resiliency: Maintains a positive outlook, rebounds quickly from frustrations and unpleasantness, and maintains composure and friendly demeanor while dealing with stressful situations.
Active Listening: Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate.
The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations can be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Visit www.FirstChoiceServices.org   .
To apply, send resume and cover letter to Kay Goff at Kay@1stchs.com .
(07.06.20)

Coordinator of Clinical Programs
Position Overview
First Choice Services (FCS) manages several helplines for multiple states offering crisis intervention, needs assessment and referrals to behavioral health/treatment providers as well as other human services organizations. The Coordinator of Clinical Programs for FCS is responsible for the oversight and facilitation of positive caller experience and clinical care coordination within various programs. This position has broad authority related to clinical quality, appropriate referral practices, service skills, documentation standards and best practice in all FCS programs where human services and behavioral health are involved. The FCS Coordinator of Clinical Programs is an experienced leader who can effectively educate and motivate staff to the deliver needed services efficiently, while treating all callers with compassion, kindness and respect.
Essential Job Functions
• Establish standards of practice, training and quality controls related to clinical aspects of service in all programs. 
• Provide consultation, direction and support to staff and directors regarding delivery of crisis intervention, emotional support services and appropriate referral.
• Provide program lead responsibilities as necessary related to special projects.
• Provide one-on-one coaching and feedback to helpline call agents on their clinical skills and technique in situations that require specialized assistance.
• Assist in the development policies including but not limited to mandated reporting, suicide assessment, substance use screening, behavioral health screening, and active intervention.
• Develop and implement decision trees, flow charts, and other logic tools to support best practice in the information and referral processes.
• Engage with community partners to establish and maintain strong relationships and open lines of communication.
• Identify areas for potential collaboration with community partners to reduce barriers to treatment and improve access to services.
• Collaborate with Program Directors to create quality control procedures, forms and internal reports to inform and guide service delivery models.
• Maintain current knowledge of counseling skills, standards for suicide risk assessment, information & referral provision and all contract requirements.
• Maintain competency and industry certifications, as relevant, through continual training and workshops to stay abreast of new developments and practices.
• Provide after-hours clinical support to Call Agents as needed.
• Along with the leadership team, contribute to the growth and improvement of the agency through creative problem solving, building efficiencies, positive contribution to agency culture and dedication to mission.  
Requirements
• Master’s Degree with licensure in counseling, psychology, nursing or social work. Bachelor’s level licensure with relevant degree considered in context of experience.
• Experience in crisis intervention, addiction, mental health, information and referral, social services, or related field.
• More than 5 years of management or supervisory or other leadership experience.
• Stellar interpersonal skills and leadership ability. 
• Broad knowledge of crisis intervention, suicidology, substance use disorder and behavioral health.
Visit www.FirstChoiceServices.org .
To apply, send resume and cover letter to Kay Goff at Kay@1stchs.com .
(07.06.20)

Victim Advocate & Community Facilitator (Monongalia County)
Effective: June 2020
Accountable to:  Executive Director  
Position Summary: Under the supervision of the Executive Director, this position provides advocacy for victims of all ages of sexual assault, dating violence, stalking, domestic violence, and human trafficking. The Advocate would provide crisis intervention, counseling, and advocacy to clients.
Principal Duties & Responsibilities:
• Provide and expand services for victims of all ages of sexual assault, dating violence, stalking, domestic violence, and human trafficking.
• Provide crisis advocacy to family/household members and significant others affected by the sexual violence experienced by the primary victim at the hospital.
• Help clients in applying for financial benefits, housing, legal aid, and referrals to other services in community agencies as needed through counseling.
• When referred by police or prosecuting attorney, facilitate initial interviews for victims/witnesses
• Help with the recruitment, training, and mentoring of volunteers as needed.
• Provide 24-hour services by participating in on-call rotation.
• Provide advocacy and emotional support to victims/witnesses during trial and other court proceedings. Act as a liaison between victims/witnesses and the judicial system.
• Increase awareness of RDVIC services and issues through speaking engagements, the provision of training and the distribution of printed materials during outreach opportunities.
• Provide support groups as needed.
• Provide a comprehensive monthly (STOP and VOCA) report to the Executive Director.
• Keep proper records of services provided on Weekly Itinerary.
• Perform other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.
General:
• Always understand and abide by RDVIC’s Confidentiality Policy and respect boundaries.
• Demonstrate a commitment to treat residents, volunteers, and co-workers respectfully always.
• Participate in all aspects of Residential service delivery.
• Help participants with the completion of responsibilities involving community living and household skills, as necessary at the shelter.
• Attend all scheduled staff meetings and residential case conferences to provide and receive input for program development.
• Attend a minimum of 8 hours of training of approved victim service training a year.
• Help with training and supervision of volunteers and interns.
• Agree to work a flexible schedule when required, which may include changing shifts to ensure 24-hour Shelter or Residential coverage, due to illness, absence, or vacation of other staff members.
• Complete special projects and presentations as asked.
• Complete requirements for Domestic Violence Certification/Sexual Assault Certification within 2 years of employment.
• Attend and provide information at Senior Expo in September
• Facilitate Domestic Violence Vigil in October.
• Facilitate STOP Team meeting monthly.
• Facilitate Women’s Abusive Behavior is Criminal class weekly.
Education and Experience (Qualifications)
 Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, or related field preferred. College Degree and Social Work License required.
 Knowledge and experience in working with child and adult victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, stalking and human trafficking.
 Some experience working with victims of crime.
 Demonstrated interpersonal and human relation skills, group dynamics, knowledge of community resources
 Ability to manage time, work independently and handle several projects at once
 Proven excellent communication skills (oral and written), organizational skills, record keeping skills
 Ability to work a flexible schedule
 Discretion and confidentiality required
 Must have a reliable vehicle, valid West Virginia Driver’s License, and automobile insurance
Work Habits and Attitude:  High standards of conduct, punctuality, neatness, productivity, cooperation, teamwork, attendance, efficiency, dependability, and economy of work.
This position is posted on Indeed. Candidates can also email a cover letter and resume to:
Alexia Jennings, Executive Director
Rape & Domestic Violence Information Center, Inc.
ajennings@rdvic.org  
(07.02.20)

Recruitment for State of Maryland

SOCIAL WORKER I and II, CRIMINAL JUSTICE 
Salary:  $55,799-$74,191 Yearly
North Branch Correctional Institution in Cumberland, MD is currently recruiting for open positions. Social work employment in a correctional setting offers a wide variety of unique opportunities and experiences. You must have a masters degree in social work and be licensed in Maryland or license eligible.  Social workers start at step 5 so the pay is actually higher than what is posted on the website.  See the attachment for a full job description.  You may also call Anita Rozas, Regional Supervisor of Social Work at 301-729-7567 for further information.  
To apply for this position, you must go to the State of Maryland Job Seekers website:
https://dbm.maryland.gov/jobseekers to complete an application.  
(6.25.20)

Monongahela Valley Association of Health Centers, Inc. 
LICSW/LPC
Completes intake sessions. Develops individual care plans for behavioral health patients. Provides clinical evaluation, intervention, and planning for patients to improve patients/families functioning, overall patient wellness, and medical adherence. Provides risk assessment and intervention, with emphasis on reducing harm. Facilitates crisis intervention and emergencies services when necessary. Provides recommendations and coordination of external psychiatric and/or social resources based on assessment and collaboration with the patient/family. Acts as liaison between patient/family, behavioral health providers and medical health providers to ensure clear communication amongst the care team . Provides documents and reports for referrals. Ensures adequate documentation of patient encounters for billing purposes and to ensure continuum of care. Provides case management around psychosocial/behavioral health needs. Identifies patients who are at high risk and/or have multiple or complex psychosocial needs.
Provide clinical assessment of patients to overcome obstacles in self-management of chronic disease and health behavior. Must be a licensed social worker. MVA is an EEO.
Job Type: Full-time
Contact:
Athena Stima, MS
HR Director
Assistant Administrator
Athena.stima@mvahealth.org 

(6.24.20)

Case Manager
Ideal for BSW and new graduates with appropriate field experience.
The Family Service of Marion & Harrison Counties is looking for a Licensed Social Worker for immediate caseload. Agency looking for qualified individuals who can work independently and as part of a team. Candidate must be well organized, flexible, and a self-starter. Position will provide case management services to individuals in their home. Applicants must have a current social work license from the state of WV - no exceptions. Must have experience in providing care to the senior population with either Home Health and/or case management experience. Serious inquires only. Employment is contingent on CIB and APS/CPS background checks. Interested parties may email cjones@wvfamilyservices.org , call Elisa 842-0200, ext 2, or visit/mail to 1313 Locust Ave, Suite 1, Fairmont WV. We are an EOE and a United Way Agency.
Job Type: Full-time
(6.30.20)

Psychotherapist
The Family Service is currently hiring for a full-time psychotherapist to work with outpatient clients in a facility setting. Qualified applicants MUST possess a current, in-good standing, WV license as an LGSW, LCSW, LICSW or LPC and pass a CPS/APS and CIB background check This position is salaried and includes PTO. Ideal applicants will have experience providing psychotherapy to children and adults as well as experience with Substance Use Disorder.
To apply send a resume to cjones@wvfamilyservices.org  or fax to (304) 366-4753.
The Family Service is an EOE and United Way agency.
(6.30.20)

U.S. Census Jobs - Please Share
Many residents of West Virginia are financially struggling. We will get through this along with the rest of the country. When it is safe to resume our daily lives and return to our jobs, the U.S. Census can aid in this recovery with jobs flexible enough to be scheduled around your regular job. The pay rate for Monongalia County is $20.00/hr and $.575/mi.
Training will begin in mid-July and the job could last through the end of October.
Apply ASAP so we can go right to work as soon as it is safe and start to rebuild WV’s economy.
Apply online at www.‪‪‪‪‪2020census.gov/jobs   
For more information or help applying contact ‪‪‪jane.s.murphy@2020census.gov
(6.30.20)

VOTING RIGHTS PROJECT MANAGER
AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION OF WEST VIRGINIA
The American Civil Liberties Union of West Virginia seeks a full-time Voting Rights Project Manager to build upon our past work and implement an effective campaign to educate, organize and advocate to help people exercise their right to vote in the Mountain State. This is a temporary position expected to last through the 2021 West Virginia legislative session (April 2021).
The ACLU of West Virginia is a non-partisan, non-profit public interest organization dedicated to protecting and expanding civil liberties for all people in West Virginia. A major focus of our work is to extend the promise of the Bill of Rights to those groups who have traditionally been denied its protections. The ACLU of West Virginia is an independent affiliate of the National ACLU and comprises two separate corporate entities, the ACLU of West Virginia and the ACLU of West Virginia Foundation.
Position Overview
As part of its long-term Defense of Democracy Campaign, the ACLU of West Virginia seeks a dynamic, innovative, and passionate individual to serve as its full-time Voting Rights Project Manager. This is a newly created, temporary position with responsibility for helping to create and implement a plan to educate, organize and advocate to support people in exercising their right to vote.
Between now and Election Day, the Voting Rights Project Manager will help advocate for state policies to ensure that people can safely and efficiently exercise their right to vote during the pandemic, assist with organizing ACLU-WV’s election protection program, educate the public (focusing on historically disenfranchised groups) on their voting rights, and engage in other nonpartisan voter outreach activities aimed at maximizing participation in the 2020 general election. After Election Day, the Voting Rights Project Manager will be laser focused on getting the West Virginia legislature to pass legislation that makes it easier for people to vote.
This position is an opportunity for someone who wants to focus on an ambitious but achievable project to expand access to democracy in West Virginia. This is a job for someone who dreams of making our government more responsive, transparent, equitable and just.
The ACLU of West Virginia’s main office is in Charleston. However, the Voting Rights Project Manager will be working statewide. At this time, most ACLU-WV staff are working remotely. During the legislative session, the Voting Rights Project Manager will likely need to regularly be at the Capitol. The Voting Rights Project Manager will report directly to the ACLU of West Virginia’s Executive Director and will work in close collaboration with the ACLU of West Virginia’s Policy Director, as well as community outreach, communications, and legal staff.
This position is temporary and is expected to last through April 2021.
Responsibilities
• With the Executive Director and Policy Director, develop and implement a plan to advocate for policies that ensure that people can safely and efficiently exercise their right to vote in the 2020 general election despite the specter of an ongoing global pandemic
• With the Executive Director and Legal Director, organize and manage ACLU-WV’s election protection program for the 2020 general election
• With the Executive Director and Community Outreach Director, plan and execute community education and voter outreach efforts to encourage voter participation and knowledge
• With the Executive Director and Policy Director, build a comprehensive plan in support of legislative policy proposals that remove barriers to voter participation in West Virginia
• With the Communications Director and Community Outreach Director, develop and execute a plan to mobilize support for pro-democracy reforms from a wide-range of grassroots and institutional stakeholders
• Support national and regional ACLU initiatives related to access to the democratic process
• Work collaboratively on joint efforts around voting rights issues with community organizations and coalition partners
• Develop strategic partnerships with key community-based organizations working in diverse communities around West Virginia
• Assist the development department in identifying development opportunities and in building relationships with potential donors
• Assist the legal department, as appropriate, with the identification and recruitment of potential clients for impact litigation
Qualifications
• Exceptional interpersonal skills
• Deep understanding of the legislative process
• Superb organization skills; detail-oriented with strong follow-through and the ability to meet tight deadlines
• Strong written and oral communications skills
• A history of working collaboratively and successfully with people and organizations from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds and a broad range of ideological positions
• Creative, results-oriented, self-starting, and willing to learn
• Strong task and time management skills
• Must be comfortable and confident in speaking to large groups and individuals. Must be comfortable and confident in speaking through social and traditional media
• Experience in lobbying preferred
• Experience in political/advocacy/campaign organizing preferred
• Knowledge of issues around access to the democratic process preferred
• Experience working directly with volunteers preferred
• Familiarity with the current political alignments and the advocacy and community organizing landscape of West Virginia preferred
• Ability to participate in evening and weekend meetings
• Commitment to the mission and goals of the ACLU
• Passion and humility are particularly valued in our workplace
Compensation
Compensation for this full-time position is competitive and commensurate with experience. Benefits include medical and disability insurance, a 401(k) program, and vacation, holiday and sick leave.
Application Procedure
Submit a letter of interest, resume, and three professional references (identifying their relationship to you and including their email address and phone number). Email your application to:
Joseph Cohen, Executive Director, ACLU of West Virginia, jcohen@acluwv.org  
Please include “Voting Rights Project Manager” in the subject line. Applications accepted until position is filled.
Deadline
Applicants will be reviewed on a rolling basis and will be accepted until the position is filled. The job announcement will remain posted on our website, www.acluwv.org, until the position is filled. When the position is filled, the announcement will be removed from the website.
If you are interested, please act quickly. We plan to fill this position in the very near future.
The ACLU of West Virginia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and encourages women, people of color, people with disabilities and LGBTQ people to apply. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. The ACLU of West Virginia strongly encourages applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, criminal history, and veteran status.
(6.24.20)

Hawse Health Center is still recruiting for the expansion of behavioral health services.  Hawse Health has been providing School Based Behavioral Health Services since 1995. School Based Behavioral Health Services are being provided in Hardy County Schools, at Petersburg High School, Petersburg Elementary School (Grant County) and Romney Middle School (Hampshire County).  Hawse Health Center is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) providing Primary Care, Behavioral Health, Dental and Chiropractic services with a mission to provide high quality, affordable, comprehensive health care to all people.  Hawse Health Center has been asked to develop additional School Based Behavioral Health Services in Hampshire County Schools (Romney, WV).   We are recruiting for full-time therapists for this expansion into Hampshire County. Therapists will provide assessment, psychotherapy and counseling services as part of our behavioral health program.  Applicants must be able to work independently and under supervision as a member of a Primary Care Team. Experience working with adults, families, children, and adolescents is preferred. Applicants must have a Master's Degree and West Virginia license (LGSW, LCSW, LICSW, LPC, or Psychologist). Competitive salary ($43,000 to $80,000 dependent upon licensure/experience/performance) and benefits package is offered. 

If interested please contact Ken Powers, Director of Behavioral Health Services at 304-897-5915 Ext 261 or by email: kpowers@hawsehealth.com   

(6.19.20)

Clinical Therapist
Behavioral Health team at Minnie Hamilton Health System
Offering comprehensive primary medical, behavioral health, and dental care services to a diverse and often under-served patient population of all ages. We believe mental health is an important part of over health and well-being.
The Clinical Therapist plays a major role in providing and coordinating mental health services for outpatient, school based behavioral health, and MAT programs.
Requirements:
1.Minimum of a Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, or related field.
2.Licensed Graduate Social Worker (LGSW) or Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW), or Provisionally Licensed Professional Counselor (PLPC), or Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). (Non-independently licensed therapists must obtain their independent licensure within 3 years of employment).
Preferences:
1.Experience working with youth and adults.
2.Experience with group facilitation.
Responsibilities:
• Provide psychosocial assessments of patients and families to identify emotional, social and community strengths and issues related to their diagnosis, illness, treatment, and/or life situation.
• Formulate, develop, and implement comprehensive psychosocial treatment plans utilizing appropriate and evidence based psychotherapy treatments and interventions. Interventions may include crisis, play, art, brief and long-term individual, marital, family and/or group therapies as well as grief and bereavement work.
• Screen, identify, diagnose, treat, and help to manage behavioral health and/or substance abuse problems in patients and family members.
• Consult with physicians, clinical staff and management to provide a professional opinion for patient care and program development.
• Participate in multi-disciplinary health care teams and represents clinical perspective/liaison with patient and family.
• Provide staff training in behavioral health if asked.
• Monitor progress toward achieving program goals.
• Consult on the need for and developing plans for organizational changes, reviewing program impact on local level and organization as a whole, assisting policy change in program areas.
• Supervise assigned staff and/or inters and their work, delegating as needed.
• Attend and participate in staff, committee, departments, or other administrative meetings
• Maintain awareness of their own physical and mental health, seeking assistance for self-improvement and general health to model effective self-care.
Job Type:
• Full-time
Experience:
• relevant: 1 year (Preferred)
Education:
• Master's (Required)
Location:
• Glenville, WV (Required)
• Grantsville, WV (Required)
Required travel:
• 25% (Preferred)
Work Location:
• Multiple locations
• One location
Salary Range:
• $35-60k depending on license/qualification/experience
Benefits:
• Health insurance
• Dental insurance
• Vision insurance
• Retirement plan
• Paid time off
Schedule:
• Monday to Friday
• 8 hour shift
• Can be Flexible
Please contact Sonnee Stanley at 304-462-3400 or send your resume to sonnee.stanley@mhhs.healthcare  if you have any questions or are interested in the position(s).
(6.15.20)

Family Therapist – Wellspring Family Services – Morgantown Region – Multiple Counties
Crittenton Services/Wellspring Family Services, a multi-service trauma-focused agency dedicated to enriching the lives of individuals and families, currently has an opening for a Therapist who will work out of our Morgantown, WV location.
Job Type: Full-time
Job Description:
Services will be provided in Harrison, Marion, Preston, Monogalia, Taylor, and Doddridge with Morgantown as the home base office. Employees can live anywhere in the remote area and provide service. Staff will have the opportunity to do in home, in school and tele health visits and will not have to come directly to the office every day.
The Morgantown Office services the following WV Counties:
Monongalia, Taylor, Marion, Preston, Gilmer, Harrison, Ritchie and Doddridge.
The therapist provides therapeutic behavioral services and support services to clients based on the assessment of their individual needs according to their treatment plan and diagnosis.
Requirements
• Education:
o Master’s degree in Social Work or Counseling from an accredited school.
o Current WV licensure in the respective fields.
• If unlicensed must be willing to enter into the licensure process within the initial three months of employment
• Experience:
o Minimum of three (3) years’ experience with at-risk families
o Experience and knowledge of related training/work with behavioral family therapy, trauma-focused treatment, and behavioral modification.
o Supervisory experience
*Required to pass background checks and drug test. Must have a valid driver's license
Job Duties include, but not limited to;
• Provide initial and ongoing clinical assessments
• Consumer’s treatment planning
• Provide individual, group and family therapies
• Complete prior authorizations for services as needed.
• Complete written information as required by the agency, DHHR, courts, etc.
• Coordinate client services with other agency services as needed.
• Facilitate the responsibilities of a mandated reporter of child abuse and neglect in accordance with state statutes.
• Attend weekly staff meetings and clinical supervision.
Benefits:
- Competitive pay & benefits; Mileage Reimbursement
Please visit www.crittentonwv.org to learn more about our history as well as how we are serving our communities
(6.4.20)

Wraparound Facilitator
Board of Child Care has an open position at our West Virginia Hub for a Wraparound Facilitator. If you are interested and qualified for this position please submit a cover letter and resume to Darren (the HR/Recruitment Coordinator in West Virginia) at dcarey@boardofchildcare.org
Reports to: Wraparound Team Coordinator
FLSA Classification: Exempt
Position Summary:
The Wraparound Facilitator is the member of the care team that will engage high-need youth and their families in developing, implementing, and monitoring an intensive, individualized care plan. This includes helping the care team develop a natural support system, working on the development of an integrated plan and establishing a strong relationship with the family. This partnership is important as the youth and family work to address challenges and make changes to their lives.  The Wraparound Facilitator helps the family develop a positive view of the future through various activities, identifying and promoting resources available for the youth and family in their home community while safeguarding the process to ensure that the principles and steps of the Wraparound process are delivered with the highest possible fidelity to the model.
  Required Education and Experience
Bachelor’s Degree in a human services related discipline from an accredited college or university.
Minimum of one (1) year experience in providing direct services to children/youth and families.
Preferred Education and Experience:
Master’s Degree in a human services related discipline from an accredited college or university.
Documented experience, training or credentialing in Wraparound programming.
 Experience working with or living with youth that have complex emotional needs.
A solid knowledge of community resources and different child-serving systems. 
Additional Eligibility Qualifications
• TCI
• CPR/First Aid
• Valid Driver’s License
• CPS
• TB
• Physical
• Federal and State Fingerprinting Background Checks
• Drug screening (Pre-Employment and Random)
 Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
For additional information please contact:
Darren C. Carey
HR & Recruitment Coordinator
Board of Child Care
715 Brown Rd.
Martinsburg, WV 25404
Work Cell: (304) 279-7786
Office: (304) 274-1234 ext. 3405
Fax #: (304) 274-1876
Hours: Mon. - Fri. 7:30am - 4:00pm
dcarey@boardofchildcare.org
(6.4.20)

The Family Service is hiring for the position of outpatient psychotherapist. Our offices are located in Fairmont and Clarksburg WV. Applicants MUST hold a current WV license as an LGSW, LCSW, LICSW or LPC and be in good standing with their licensing board. Candidates must also have clinical experience in treating Substance Use Disorders and be comfortable working with children, adolescents and adults.
The Family Service is a local non-profit agency and community mental health center. Therapist job duties include: diagnosis using the DSM-V, creating and monitoring treatment plans, completing assessments according to WV Medicaid guidelines, conducting evidence based psychotherapy with individuals and families and providing appropriate referrals for clients.
This position includes a competitive salary and benefits package.
To apply send your resume to cjones@wvfamilyservices.org or fax to (304) 366-4753. Family Service is an EOE.
(5.27.20)

Licensed Therapists
National Youth Advocate Program (NYAP) is seeking engaging, passionate, diverse and energized people with a can-do attitude to serve our clients in Fairmont, WV and Martinsburg, WV.
NYAP, a non-profit organization, has been serving the needs of youth and families for over 40 years, With over 1000 staff in 9 states.
Opportunities to use your expertise and experience on the front lines of community impact in Fairmont AND Martinsburg.
We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Master’s Degree in Social Work or comparable Human Services field from an accredited program and institution.
• Work experience in direct services with youth and families strongly preferred.
• A valid advanced professional license:  LICSW, LCSW, LGSW, LPC, LISW, Etc.
• Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, automotive insurance, and a good driving record.
• Willing to work flexible and non-traditional hours in the service of foster caregivers, families of origin, and persons served.
• Capacity to be flexible and responsive to youth served, foster caregivers, system partners, and internal customers.
Contact:
Barbara B. Underwood
Manager, Talent Acquisition
National Youth Advocate Program
Cell:  614-975-7327
bunderwood@nyap.org  
www.nyap.org
(5.26.20)

Medical Social Worker- Masters Social Worker
Hospice of Garrett County, Inc.
REPORTS TO: Clinical Director
SUMMARY OF POSITION:
Assist and counsel hospice patients and families with health related financial, social, and emotional concerns according to the physician’s orders.
RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Under medical supervision, provide social work services in accordance with the patient’s plan of care.
2. Demonstrates competency skills.
3. Assists the physician and other members of the Hospice care team to understand the magnitude of emotional and social factors related to the care of a terminally ill patient.
4. Assess and continue to monitor social and emotional factors in order to assist the patient and family to cope with problems related to end-of-life care.
5. Assist the patient and family to follow recommendations from the hospice care team in order to magnify the patient’s quality of life.
6. Counsels patients and families regarding financial concerns, life review, positive relationships, quality of life, and caregiving matters.
7. Recognize and make use of family and community resources to assist in maintaining quality of life and independence.
8. Assists with the development of the Plan of Care with the Interdisciplinary Team (IDT), patient, and family, to deal with environmental, financial, and personal difficulties that may interfere with quality of life.
9. Participates in discharge planning, as appropriate.
10. Develops, prepares, and maintains individualized patient care progress records according to the Plan of Care with accuracy, timeliness, and according to policies. Submits accurate documentation per agency policy.
11. Keeps up to date on social work trends and knowledge.
12. Supervises staff assigned to the team and conducts performance evaluations of each.
13. Participates in the Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement (QAPI) program.
14. Provides in-service to other hospice agency personnel at least annually, when requested.
15. Performs other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Has a Master Social Work (MSW) from a school of social work accredited by the Council on Social Work Education and
2. Has 1 year of social work experience in a healthcare setting
WORKING CONDITIONS:
• Frequent degree of travel. In instances where employee performs tasks that require the use of his/her automobile, evidence of current driver’s license and agency required liability insurance is required.
Please note that full time or part time available!  Contact 301.616.3593 or djbrenneman1@gmail.com
(5.20.20)

Substance Use Disorder Social Worker 

The VAMC Social Work Department has openings.  The Substance Use Disorder Social Worker  is a Senior Social Work position.  This position is  open to the public under announcement number CBTF-10810556-20-CH-TEAM E .   Social Workers must have their LICSW and two years of experience.  Please go to the announcement and use the following link:  https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/567438800 .  Any questions, concerns, or comments may be directed to our HR representative, Corey Hickman.  His information is listed below.  Would you place this on the list serve for social work and also reply to this email to let us know that you received it?
Corey Hickman
US Army (Retired)
Human Resources Specialist
Louis A. Johnson VAMC
1 Med Center Drive
Clarksburg, WV 26301
304-623-3461 ext. 3055
Fax: 304-623-7655
(5.11.20)

Mental Health Intensive Case Management Program (MHICM)  Senior Social Worker

The VAMC Social Work Department has openings.  The Mental Health Intensive Case Management Program (MHICM)  is a Senior Social Work position.  This position is  open to the public under announcement number CBTF-10814144-20-CH-TEAM E .   Social Workers must have their LICSW and two years of experience.  Please go to the announcement and use the following link:  https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/567831400 .  Any questions, concerns, or comments may be directed to our HR representative, Corey Hickman.  His information is listed below.
Corey Hickman
US Army (Retired)
Human Resources Specialist
Louis A. Johnson VAMC
1 Med Center Drive
Clarksburg, WV 26301
304-623-3461 ext. 3055
Fax: 304-623-7655
(5.11.20)

Program Director
The West Virginia CASA Association
Location:  Charleston, WV
This position, along with the West Virginia CASA Association Board of Directors, is responsible for managing a highly effective nonprofit CASA state organization in West Virginia. The Program Director receives direction and oversight from the West Virginia CASA Board of Directors and works collaboratively with local CASA program directors to identify and plan for the needs of the organization and West Virginia CASA programs. This position will report to the West Virginia CASA Board of Directors.
Core Duties and Responsibilities: 
Working in partnership with the West Virginia CASA Board of Directors, the Program Director will be responsible for:
Organizational Development
• Developing and implementing policies and processes needed to run a highly effective state organization
• Ensuring the state office operates in a manner consistent with the mission as well as the mission and standards set by the National CASA Association
• Establishing an office in Charleston
Network Development
• Establishing and maintaining a collaborative relationship with and between local CASA programs
• Providing technical assistance, resources and support for the West Virginia CASA network
Board Development
• Continuing to work with Board recruitment plan to build and maintain a governing Board with representation from across the state with the skills and expertise needed to develop a sustainable, highly effective state organization
• Preparing a Board orientation and on-Boarding for new Board members
• Developing, implementing and evaluating progress of a strategic plan for the state organization
• Developing a long-range plan for growth and sustainability
Financial Management and Fund Development
• Working with Board Treasurer and/or appropriate Board committee to develop operating budget
• Working with appropriate Board committee to develop, implement and evaluate short- and long-term fundraising plan to ensure adequate, diversified funds are secured to support the organization’s current operations and planned growth
• Researching and  identifying appropriate foundations and other funders to support fundraising goals
• Overseeing management of financial records and bookkeeping and banking responsibilities to ensure accurate financial reporting and compliance with internal financial controls
• Overseeing preparation of financial and other reports for tax preparation, grantors, Board of directors and others
State and National Representation and Leadership
• Serving as liaison between the National CASA Association and local West Virginia CASA programs
• Cultivating and maintaining relationships with appropriate state agencies and private organizations to advance CASA’s mission
• Representing CASA on appropriate statewide committees and coalitions dealing with children’s issues
• Cultivating strong relationships with the judiciary and legislature to further the CASA mission
Personnel Management
• Hiring, leading and overseeing all staff of the organization
• Ensuring all personnel policies and procedures are followed
Marketing and Branding
• Maintaining a branded website for the state organization
• Developing marketing tools and resources to be used statewide
Experience, Qualifications and Abilities 
• Bachelor’s degree in nonprofit management, business or related field or equivalent combination of education and work experience. Graduate degree preferred
• 3- 5 years of experience in a program leadership role or a similar involvement working with a Board of Directors
• Previous experience working in a non-profit or philanthropic organization preferred
• Demonstrated experience in financial management
• Demonstrated ability to build community and statewide relationships
• Demonstrated ability to raise funds and resources to sustain and grow an organization
• Demonstrated ability to make data informed strategic decisions
• Knowledge, experience and understanding of the West Virginia political, judicial and legal landscape is highly desirable
• Experience in applying analytical skills to develop strategic approaches to solve challenges
• Demonstrated strong interpersonal skills, sound judgment, and the ability to work independently as well as collaboratively both internally and externally
• Ability to work well under pressure with deadlines and be skilled in prioritizing responsibilities
• Demonstrated a history of continuous improvement through professional development
• Demonstrated high levels of professionalism
• Willingness to travel as necessary
Salary and Benefits
This is a full-time exempt position. Salary range $55,000-$60,000
To apply: Send resume and cover letter to Kayla@casaforkidsmpc.org  with a subject line
of Program Director of West Virginia CASA Association.
(5.11.20)

Assistant Executive Director
     REACH-FRC is a small non-profit 501(c)3 in Summers County, West Virginia. Our mission is guided by the belief that all children and families deserve to be protected, supported, empowered and provided with the opportunity to reach their fullest potential and live lives free of violence and abuse. We currently have the following professional job opening: 
     Assistant Executive Director:
     Job Duties and Responsibilities: (Includes but not limited to):
1. Administrative Management
a) To recommend basic policies and programs to the Executive Director that will further the mission of the organization and implement adopted policies.
2. Fundraising/Financial Management
a) To assist in preparing, administering and monitoring the budget
b) To work with the Executive Director to plan and implement annual and ongoing community fund raising activities.
c) To research possible supplementary funding sources.
d) To apply for supplementary grants as appropriate.
3. Staff/Volunteer Development
a) To assist in recruiting, (in consultation with other staff as appropriate), and training staff and volunteers to carry out and assist with various aspects of the program.
b) To encourage and approve staff participation in related training opportunities.
c) To attend regular REACHH-FRC staff meetings and regular CAC staff meetings as requested.
4. Family Resource Network (FRN)
a) To serve as Director of the Family Resource Network
b) To attend all area and regional meetings as required
c) provide assessment, linkage, and referral services to the community.
d) To facilitate County FRN meetings on a monthly bases unless otherwise noted.
e) To encourage and facilitate referrals between programs both REACHH and other Community agencies.
f) To review and oversee the annual FRN budget.
5. Community Education
a) To assist in coordinating a community education campaign, as staff time allows, related to issues of family and peer violence and abuse, juvenile delinquency and related issues, reaching professionals, parents, children and youth, and the community at large.
b) To network with the legal, medical, law enforcement, social service, and education communities in the interest of coordinating and enhancing services to clients and facilitating efforts to provide a coordinated community response to the above referenced issues.
6. Other duties as assigned and appropriate.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree required, Social Work license preferred, Master’s Degree in social work, social services or related field preferred, Experience in program administration, grant writing, and personnel/financial management required. Needs to be familiar with issues related to domestic violence, child abuse, juvenile delinquency, substance abuse, early care and education. Proficiency in oral and written communication required.  Must be able to establish effective and positive working relationships with fellow workers, supervisors, and clients and the community.
     To apply please send a resume with letter of intent specifying the position for which you are applying and any other relevant information to:
 Doris Selko,REACHH-FRC Executive Director
doris.starcher.selko@reachhfrc.org
411 Temple Street, Hinton, WV 25951
0ffice: (304) 466-2226 EXT 01
Direct: (304) 756-5010
(5.7.20)

Family Advocate
     REACH-FRC is a small non-profit 501(c)3 in Summers County, West Virginia. Our mission is guided by the belief that all children and families deserve to be protected, supported, empowered and provided with the opportunity to reach their fullest potential and live lives free of violence and abuse. We currently have the following professional job opening: 
     Family Advocate:
     Job Description and Responsibilities:
The Family Advocate is responsible for providing advocacy, support, crisis services and interventions to all agency clients who are child victims of abuse, neglect, violence or a crime and their non-offending family members.
     The Family Advocate is responsible for facilitating case management and case tracking services for children and families whose cases are processed at the REACHH-Child Advocacy Center (CAC) and ensuring that child victims have access to available assistance programs. 
The Family Advocate ensures that other agency services are made available to and accessed by our child clients and their families by making referrals for, scheduling and coordinating mental health and medical services.
The Family Advocate interfaces with the Summers County’s Multidisciplinary Investigative Team (MDIT) and all other investigative, court and child protection professionals who interact with the agency and is required to testify in court when subpoenaed. 
The Family Advocate may act as the agency’s liaison with other community partners when deemed necessary by the CAC Director. 
The Advocate will conduct trainings, presentations and other community outreach projects including fundraising and legislative lobbying activities as assigned by the CAC Director.     
Qualifications: BSW/BA/BS preferred, preferably in Social Work or human services.  Experience in social work or human servcies is required.  Experience in the child welfare system is highly preferred.  Excellent communication and organization skills are also a must.  The candidate cannot be listed on the child abuse registry and must have no prior history of criminal behavior.  The candidate must have reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance.  (A criminal background check and a child abuse registry check will be conducted in accordance with the Volunteers for Children Act Public Law 105-251.)
     To apply please send a resume with letter of intent specifying the position for which you are applying and any other relevant information to:
 Doris Selko,REACHH-FRC Executive Director
doris.starcher.selko@reachhfrc.org 
411 Temple Street, Hinton, WV 25951
0ffice: (304) 466-2226 EXT 01
Direct: (304) 756-5010
(5.7.20)

Senior Social Worker – Substance Use Disorders
Dept. of Veterans Affairs – Clarksburg, WV
Full-time, permanent position
Closing Date: 5.19.20
Salary range: $76,721 to $99,741
Job Opportunity Announcement Link: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/567438600
Questions, please contact William.Thomsen@va.gov
(5.6.20)

Children’s Mobile Crisis
Prestera Center is seeking to fill a grant-funded position with Children’s Mobile Crisis in Huntington, WV and hope you can forward this to your students that will be graduating this month, or anyone else you may know of that would be interested. The position requires a bachelor’s degree in a human services field (Social Work, Psychology, Counseling) and the salary will be $30,000 annually. .
Applications may be completed online at our website http://www.prestera.org/careers/employment-opportunities/
For questions contact:
Raquel Muñoz, M.A.
Children’s Mobile Crisis Supervisor
304-525-7851 ext. 1129
(5.5.20)

School-Based Therapists
Hawse Health Center has been asked to develop School-Based Behavioral Health Services in Hampshire County Schools (Romney, WV).  Recruitment is underway for full-time therapists for this expansion into Hampshire County. Therapists will provide assessment, psychotherapy and counseling services as part of our behavioral health program. Applicants must be able to work independently and under supervision as a member of a Primary Care Team.  Experience working with adults, families, children, and adolescents is preferred.  Applicants must have a Master's Degree and West Virginia license (LGSW, LCSW, LICSW, LPC, or Psychologist). Competitive salary and benefits package. If interested please contact Ken Powers, Director of Behavioral Health Services at 304-897-5915 Ext 261 or email kpowers@hawsehealth.com
(5.5.20)

DIRECTOR OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH (COUNSELING)
JEFFERSON COUNTY, OH (County Seat: Steubenville)
Coleman Professional Services is seeking a Director of Behavioral Health (Counseling) in Jefferson County.  Duties include administrative and clinical supervision of outpatient and community therapists; clinical oversight of the counseling and diagnostic assessment service areas, including the same-day access clinics; monitor the key indicators for the aforementioned service areas; coordinate with supervisees and other staff and managers to address continuous improvements; weekly review of productivity of supervisees; monthly review of compliance data of supervisees; and participate in key meetings and groups related to those service areas.
Qualified candidates will have LISW-S, LPCC-S, LIMFT-S or able to obtain such licensure within one year. Must be willing to obtain or already have the following: a NPI number; an Ohio Medicaid number; and a CAQH account.
Benefits options include health, life, pension, paid time off, and more.  Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.  E.O.E. Persons with a disability can request an accommodation to complete the application process by emailing careers@colemanservices.org with the subject line “Accommodation Request.”
If interested in applying for this position, visit our website at www.colemanservices.org and select the Join Our Team tab and then Careers.
*ALSO NOTIFY THE HR RECRUITER OR GENERALIST BELOW
THAT YOU ARE APPLYING FOR THIS POSITION*
For questions contact Iris Wilson, Recruiter
Email:  Iris.Wilson@colemanservices.org
Phone:  740.996.7060
Posting Date: March 20, 2020
(5.1.20)

Crisis Intake Worker (Access Specialist)
Full Time with Flexible Schedule
JEFFERSON COUNTY, OH
Coleman Professional Services is seeking a diligent & responsible individual to join our customer-centered emergency crisis team of professional to work with individuals experiencing immediate mental health crises in Jefferson County Ohio. This position enrolls and initiates services for and oversees day-to-day processes for other related services; flexible working schedule; includes some on call duties.
Other essential job duties include:
 Complete hospital crisis pre-screens
 Gather & document appropriate demographic, fiscal, and clinical information for prospective clients.
 Determine needed clinical services, level of urgency, and appropriate providers; consult with personnel as needed
 Provide supportive and/or basic crisis intervention
 Suggest additional or alternative internal & external service when indicated
 Provide optimal treatment choices
 Provide on-call, evening, and back up to crisis team
 Collaborate with other personnel to coordinate, evaluate, troubleshoot, and improve ongoing services
 Driving is an essential function for this position
Must have a Bachelor’s degree with a LSW and/or LPC. Prefer someone with a Master’s degree in Counseling with a PC or PCC, or LISW with two years experience in working with crisis services.  Must be willing to obtain or already have the following: a NPI number; and an Ohio Medicaid number.
  Benefits options includes flexible work schedule, health, life, pension,paid time off, and more. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race,color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity,disability or protected veteran status.
E.O.E. Persons with a disability can request an accommodation to complete the application process by emailing careers@colemanservices.org with the subject line “Accommodation Request.”
If interested in applying for this position, visit our website at www.colemanservices.org and select the Join Our Team tab and then Careers.
*ALSO NOTIFY THE HR RECRUITER OR GENERALIST BELOW
THAT YOU ARE APPLYING FOR THIS POSITION*
For questions contact Iris Wilson, HR Generalist 
Email:  Iris.Wilson@colemanservices.org 
Phone:  740.996.7100 ext. 7060
Posting Date:  February 24, 2020
(5.1.20)

DIRECTOR OF ACCESS & CRSIS STABLIZATION UNIT
FULL TIME
JEFFERSON COUNTY, OH
Coleman Professional Services, a nationally recognized not-for-profit provider of behavioral health and rehabilitation programs, is seeking a Director to manage a 6-bed behavioral health crisis stabilization unit with 24/7 coverage. Director is responsible for developing and maintaining staffing schedule for the unit,coordinating admissions and discharges, and developing and implementing daily treatment regimen. In addition, this position will oversee the clinical operations of Coleman Access including prescreening, crisis support,scheduling, and drop in diagnostic assessments in Jefferson County. Supports coordination with other services for individuals admitted to unit. Director will provide clinical leadership, management, and direct care to individuals admitted to the crisis unit. Director is responsible for managing department’s operating budget. Must have an LSW, or LPC credential or higher and two years’ experience working in a behavioral health setting. LISW, or LPCC and two years’ healthcare management experience preferred. LSW and LPC must be willing to obtain or already have the following: a NPI number; and an Ohio Medicaid number. LISW or LPCC must be willing to obtain or already have the following: a NPI number;an Ohio Medicaid number; and a CAQH account. Benefits options include health, life, pension,paid time off, and more. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race,color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity,disability or protected veteran status.
E.O.E. Persons with a disability can request an accommodation to complete the application process by emailing careers@colemanservices.org with the subject line “Accommodation Request.”
If interested in applying for this position, visit our website at www.colemanservices.org and select the Join Our Team tab and then Careers.
*ALSO NOTIFY THE HR RECRUITER OR GENERALIST BELOW THAT YOU ARE APPLYING FOR THIS POSITION*
For questions contact Iris Wilson, HR Generalist
Email: Iris.Wilson@colemanservices.org
Phone: 740.996.7060
Posting Date: November 6th , 2019
(5.1.20)