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PASSAGES THERAPY AND COUNSELING, PLLC

(304) 704-3885

passagespllcwv@gmail.com

Full Job Description

Psychotherapist, Private Practice


Passages Therapy and Counseling, PLLC a counseling, coaching, 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 an adult population 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: $45.00 per hour

Experience:

  • Psychotherapy: 1 year (Preferred)

License/Certification:

  • West Virginia License (Required)

Work Location: One location

9.29.22

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The WV Autism Training Center at Marshall University is hiring an Autism Specialist for the Eastern Panhandle region.

For more information or to apply for this position, please click the link below:

https://marshall.peopleadmin.com/postings/20088?fbclid=IwAR0BWufsAQOc8y3TTO1NGTwic6Yg8gShWl7I-1rubVtxpuEyCsUe1zliqy8

Position Title

Clinical Instructor

Department

Autism Training Center - MU2430

Job Description

To provide education and training to families of children with autism, educational personnel, members of the community, and significant others in the Eastern Panhandle region of West Virginia. Covering, but not limited to the following counties: Jefferson, Berkeley, Morgan, Hampshire, Mineral, Grant, Hardy, and Pendleton. Ideally the candidate would live in or within 20 miles of the assigned counties.

Leads and conducts family-centered planning activities. Autism Specialist will provide multi-tiered supports to registered individuals with ASD, families or caregivers of those individuals, educators, and others significant to their lives. Supports are categorized into three tiers:

Tier I services include general supports that can be helpful to all individuals diagnosed with ASD, families, or caregivers of those individuals, and those who provide education and support to increase their knowledge and understanding of ASD.

Tier II services provide information and supports to individuals, their families, educators, and community professionals. Tier II services are narrowly focused and have a service timeline that is well-defined.

Tier III services rely on a team-based approach and provide intensive support and training to those supporting the individual with autism spectrum disorder. Teams typically include family members, the individual with ASD, educational and/or behavioral health staff, and others involved in the individual’s life. The Autism Specialist facilitates training, coaching, and the development of a Positive Behavior Support (PBS) plan through collaboration with team members. Individualized skill development programs are developed by the team and implemented across all settings (home, community, and school) with an emphasis on improving the individual’s and family’s quality of life.

Develops and provides various trainings on PBS and special topics related to autism for registered families and community partners of the WV ATC. Autism Specialist will also be responsible for delivering informational and/or educational training programs to local communities. The purpose of the trainings is to provide the general community, professionals, family members, and the individual with focused information, resources, and supports to promote increased understanding of ASD related topics and increased quality of life for individuals. Autism Specialists may work independently or together with other specialists to develop community and outreach resources. Community and Educational Trainings can include presentations on specific topics, community events, focused workshops, and social skills groups.

Develops and conducts assessments of behavior and skills including functional assessments.

Uses experimental research designs to make data driven autism program decisions. Design assessments of current levels of functioning of individuals with autism. Must have knowledge of functional assessment and single-case research design and be able to design research to determine motivating variables for challenging behavior.

Prepares written reports of outcomes for presentations at state or national conferences, or for publications in professional journals and newsletters.

Location

OTHR - Other Off-Campus Location

Salary Range

$42,000-$57,000 Commensurate with qualifications, experience, and internal equity.

Education

Master’s Degree in Human Services, such as Education, Special Education, Psychology, Counseling, Communication Disorders, or a related field. Must be able to perform all essential job duties as outlined in the job description.

Experience

A minimum of 2 years’ experience in teaching or providing other direct support services to individuals with autism and/or other developmental disabilities.

Travel is required for this position. Travel does not typically require overnight stays. Mileage to and from trainings and meetings is reimbursed. Ideally the candidate would live in or within 20 miles of the assigned counties.

Must be able to perform all essential job duties as outlined in the job description.

8.31.22

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Program: Healthy Minds Alliance 

Position: Healthy Minds Alliance AmeriCorps Member 

Host Site: First Choice Services – Charleston, West Virginia 

Reports to: Host Site Supervisor Healthy Minds Alliance

Mission: Healthy Minds Alliance is a community-based approach to the mental health crisis utilizing evidenced-based/ informed programs in diverse communities across the nation. 

Purpose of Position: AmeriCorps Members will provide expanded support to meet challenges faced by local crisis call centers across the country as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline shifts to the 3 digit number 988.

Identified Programs: AmeriCorps Members are trained in the mental health intervention identified by the local crisis call center. 

Responsibilities include:  Participate in designated mental health evidence-based/ informed training Provide support in answering calls/ texts/ chats that come into local crisis call centers Build capacity to recruit other volunteers for the crisis call centerAssist with onboarding and training of other volunteers Outreach to local community to educate on 988 Market program through press releases, social media and informational sessions Provide performance measure data to Health360 Assist with evaluation, building evidence around services provided Establish and foster relationships with community mental health agencies as partners and resources Serve as a resource to course participants on an ongoing basis Respect the privacy of colleagues and others, including the responsibility to protect personal information Advocate for mental health awareness whenever possible Grant writing to support mental health focused activities Participate in AmeriCorps large service project Participate in monthly calls held nationally by Health360 Assist host site with ongoing mental health community initiatives and regional events

Experience Preferred:  Personal and/ or professional knowledge of mental health topicsUnderstanding of mental health issues and resourcesKnowledge about mental health resources in her/his community and statePositive attitudes towards individuals with mental illnessesEnthusiasm for reducing the stigma and discrimination associated with mental illness and addiction disorders 

Details and Benefits include:  Complete a 10-month service commitment, specific dates will be determined by the host site supervisor*Full-time AmeriCorps position - 1700 service hours – 40 hours per week, 5 holidays, 2.5 personal daysAmeriCorps members receive a $17,000 stipend for their service – paid biweekly = 22 checks $6,495 Education Award upon completion of service commitment (1700 service hours)  Bachelor’s Degree Required 

*Term of service is limited to a maximum of 12 months with approval by Health360. 

For a list of 2022-2023 service locations and/ or to submit your resume, please email: Jackie Nickolas Lead – AmeriCorps Member Success Health360 Inc. nickolas@health360.org

8.31.22

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National Youth Advocate Program is hiring licensed therapists throughout West Virginia. We have therapist positions open in Fairmont, Martinsburg, and Parkersburg, WV. We are also offering a $1,500 sign on bonus that will be paid in two increments.

In terms of caseloads, our family therapists hold caseloads of 10 to 12 clients seen weekly. Our individual therapists see 20 to 25 individual clients a week. For those who hold their Master’s in Social Work we offer free clinical supervision that is necessary for graduate level social workers who want to obtain their LICSW. We offer therapists the ability to have a flexible work schedule and work with them to ensure they have a healthy work life balance. We also offer many opportunities for free continuing education and development opportunities on topics such as: PCIT, NMT, TF-CBT, CSAYC, TBRI, FFT, and many, many, more!

Some of the other perks that come along with being an employee of NYAP are as follows:

22 days off each year! Plus 10 Paid Holidays per year!

Summer Hours Off (half day Fridays from Memorial Day to Labor Day)!

Student Loan Repayment Assistance, up to $1,200 per year!

Medical, Dental, and Vision

Tuition Assistance

401(k)

The minimum qualifications for this position include:

Master’s Degree in Social Work or comparable Human Services Field that is license eligible for an LPC.

A valid professional license is required. The following license are eligible for hire:  LGSW, LCSW, LCISW, or LPC.

Two years of experienced working in direct service with youth and families is preferred (New graduates are encouraged and welcome to apply!)

Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, automotive insurance, and a good driving record.

A willingness 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.

Capacity to remain objective and professional in all areas of job function.

Demonstrates tolerance and respect for the ideas and actions of others.

Capacity to effectively work with and be respectful and sensitive to persons from various cultures, socioeconomic, ethnic, religious, and racial backgrounds.

Proficient use of desktop and laptop computers, smart phones and tablets, printers, fax machines and photocopiers as well as software including word processing, spreadsheet and database programs.

To apply go to www.nyap.org/employment, or send a copy of your resume to kgatens@nyap.org.

8.25.22

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West Virginia Family Support and Rehabilitation Services

WVFSRS: With multiple office locations across WV, including Charleston, Huntington, Parkersburg, and an Inpatient Rehabilitation opening soon in Lumberport. WVFSRS stives to empower Mental Health, Substance Use Disorder, and Co-Occurring individuals to live more stable, self-sufficient, and satisfying lives; through promoting prevention, early intervention, resiliency, recovery, and rehabilitation, while providing accessible and quality treatment.

Our Therapy Team: is made up of Therapists, Supportive Counselors, and Peer Recovery Support Specialists (PRSS) who make up our client's treatment team. Our treatment teams love what they do. Our unique approach and real-life experiences are what makes all the difference for our clients. 

NOW HIRING: Therapists!!!

Requirements:

-Master's degree in psychology, social work, counseling, or related field. Current with all state licensing requirements such as LPCC, LICSW, and LMFT preferred.

Why join WVFSRS?

-Competitive pay ($60-$70/per billable hour)

-Flexible scheduling

-Professional development

-Professional advancement opportunities

-Fun environment

-Cohesive therapy team

Interested candidates send: Resume, 3 reference letters (2 professional and 1 personal), and any certifications via email, fax, or by mail to our Human Resource Director, at the below provided contact information.

Emmanuella Onyekwere-Eke, MAIOP, SHRM-CP                                      

Director, Human Resources                                                                       

WV Family Support and Rehabilitation Services                                      

214 E 8th St. Parkersburg, WV 26101                                                     

P: 304-917-0021                                                                                            

F: 304-917-0022                                                                                              

E: ella.eke@wvfsrs.org

8.25.22

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West Virginia Prevention Solutions is hiring in our Clarksburg office.

*Salary information and job descriptions can be found at the links below.

Harrison County Family Resource Network Coordinator: https://www.indeed.com/job/family-resource-network-coordinator-d83763de4c2abe87

ODCP Regional Coordinator: https://www.indeed.com/job/odcp-regional-coordinator-a869f60ca7d8fbbf

Partnerships for Success Coordinator: https://www.indeed.com/job/partnerships-success-coordinator-051eeb66daf31e78

Please contact Anne@WVPreventionSolutions.org with any questions.

8.17.22

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Mountaineer Community Health Center - Therapist Opening

About us:

Mountaineer Community Health Center (MCHC) offers quality primary and behavioral health care to people from West Virginia, Maryland, and Virginia, provided by staff who live in and know our community. We are a non-profit that's governed by a board of people who live right here in the community. We are committed to improving the quality of life for our neighbors, family, and friends.

Job Description:

Provides, oversees, and/or administers a wide range of psychosocial evaluation/assessment, diagnostic, counseling therapy, crisis intervention, and/or case management services in a clinical environment which requires a high degree of independent decision-making and program administration.

Job Duties:

Position requires: a) provision of intensive, integrated professional mental health services and treatment planning in a clinical and/or outpatient environment; b) provision of professional leadership in the determination of appropriate therapeutic approaches and methods; c) planning and implementing outreach/education programs, workshops, and activities; d) establishment and maintenance of case files and related documents for clinical and legal purposes.

1. Provides counseling, therapy, and/or psychotherapy to clients and families as appropriate to the position; prepares treatment plans, discharge plans, and follow-up care programs; provides therapeutic crisis intervention and emergency services as required.

2. Collects data about patients through interview, case history, psychological tests, and/or observational techniques; evaluates data to identify causes of problems and to determine proper therapeutic approach or referral to other specialists.

3. Consults with other therapists and related professional and paraprofessional staff, as appropriate, in the performance of therapeutic and/or casework; refers clients to appropriate service agencies as required.

4. Provides and/or arranges for therapeutic interventions as appropriate for patients or clients in a crisis condition and for those with serious disturbance problems.

5. Refers clients to appropriate social service agencies for financial assistance and other required services.

6. Follows up to determine reliability of treatment used; changes method and degree of therapy when indicated.

7. Establishes and maintains case files, referrals, and other related documents for the treatment of clients; prepares related documentation for civil commitment hearings or other legal proceedings; keeps abreast of patient data to ensure appropriate treatment and care are delivered.

8. Consults with other legal and treatment agencies and individuals in relation to patient/client records, rights, and responsibilities.

9. Plans and facilitates community outreach and education activities, as appropriate to the position; may serve as a liaison and representative to community organizations and schools.

10. As appropriate to the position, performs various administrative functions such as monitoring budgets and preparing reports and correspondence; may participate in a variety of research projects to develop service plans, and may propose changes to program policies and procedures.

May provide formal teaching, consultation, and in-service training to relevant professionals in immediate and proper handling of and/or referral of a variety of matters.

Knowledge, and Experience:

Master's degree in Counseling, Social Work, or an equivalent field; at least 3 years of experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. Current State of West Virginia LICSW, LCSW, or LPC license in good standing required. Experience in pediatric social work, with some training in trauma work. Knowledge and understanding of clinical social work and mental health counseling principles, methods, procedures, and standards. Knowledge of psychological testing interpretation. Interviewing and psychological/developmental evaluation skills. Skill in preparing and maintaining patient records. Knowledge of community mental health resources. Knowledge of clinical operations and procedures. Ability to create, compose, and edit written materials. Ability to make administrative/procedural decisions and judgments. Ability to maintain emotional stability to cope with human suffering, emergencies, and other stresses. Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies. Ability to evaluate the progress of therapeutic programs and to make individual modifications. Knowledge of crisis intervention techniques. Knowledge of the principles and methods of social and vocational rehabilitation as they relate to mental health clinical practices. Ability to observe, assess, and record symptoms, reactions, and progress. Knowledge of legal and ethical issues related to patients' rights. Knowledge of community support services and funding agencies. Knowledge of community health care and vocational services.

Job Types: Part-time, Contract

Salary: $26.00 - $31.00 per hour

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • 401(k) matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Employee discount
  • Flexible schedule
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Professional development assistance
  • Retirement plan
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Vision insurance

Supplemental Pay:

  • Bonus pay
  • Signing bonus

COVID-19 considerations:

All employees and patients are required to wear a mask while inside the facility. Employees must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19.

License/Certification:

  • LICSW, LCSW, or LPC (Required)

(8.17.22)

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Be Well Kinda Place - Therapist Opening

Be Well Kinda Place is a small private practice located in Lewisburg, WV. We are currently seeking an LICSW, LGSW, LCSW, or LPC to conduct therapy via Telehealth with occasional use of office. Be Well Kinda Place has flexible scheduling that gives you the chance to base your work schedule according to your personal life.

Job Title: Therapist

Hours: Full time flexible to your schedule

Requirements: Must hold a master’s degree in Social Work or Counseling, must be licensed in the state of WV, substance abuse experience preferred but not required.

Job Duties: Provide individual, couples and family counseling. Maintain client records and documentation to ethical standards. Other responsibilities as assigned.

Salary: $40,000.00 - $75,000.00 per year

Please send resumes to jmiller@bewellkindaplace.com If you have any questions, direct them to jmiller@bewellkindaplace.com

5.26.22

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Community Outreach Coordinator

Mission: The West Virginia Foundation for Rape Information and Services (WVFRIS) 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 and stalking.

Reports to: WVFRIS Chief Operations Officer

Overview: The Community Outreach Coordinator will work on the state level to improve the criminal justice and service delivery response to sexual violence and stalking through increased collaboration and targeted capacity building activities that include targeted training and technical assistance to advocates and allied professionals in serving those victims.

Qualifications: Must be committed to ending sexual violence and stalking. Minimum of a bachelor’s degree required with proven experience in a related field. Master’s degree in human service, education or nursing field preferred. Preference given to candidate with experience in coordinating statewide projects and/or working with sexual assault survivors. Demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills. Must possess strong organizational and facilitation skills. Must be able to network and work collaboratively with a wide variety of groups and individuals. Experience in program/project development and planning and evaluation desired. Travel, including some overnight travel, required. Must have transportation and a flexible schedule.

Responsibilities: The Community Outreach Coordinator will:

· Increase the collaborative response to sexual violence and stalking through the development of sexual assault response teams (SARTs) and training/resource development for all disciplines on those teams

· Assist rape crisis centers in developing effective multi-disciplinary responses through protocol and resource development and policy implementation

· Provide technical assistance to SARTs and compile/maintain a repository of resources and training materials on SART development

· Facilitate a listserv for SARTs

· Assist local boards in developing and implementing their county plans as required by the SAFE Commission to determine how forensic services will be accessed

· Coordinate trainings on sexual violence and stalking issues, including co-facilitation of the annual symposium on sexual assault and stalking, with a targeted focus on assisting multi-disciplinary teams in responding to underserved populations

· Represent FRIS to other statewide, regional and national organizations

· Complete budgets, paperwork and reports as required

· Other related duties as assigned by the State Coordinator

· Advocate the vision of the organization

Hours of Work: This is a full-time, remote position. Some evenings and weekends may be required. As part of a statewide coalition, the Campus/Stalking Project Coordinator will communicate regularly with WVFRIS staff remotely and in-person and will travel throughout the state, as needed. Occasional national travel may be required.

Benefits:

· Health savings account

· Paid time off

· Professional development assistance

· Retirement plan

Schedule:

· Monday to Friday

COVID-19 considerations: Currently in-person meetings and trainings have been adapted to virtual formats to address recommended safety precautions due to COVID-19.

Salary: $43,000 - $45,000, commensurate with experience. Up to $600 per month health insurance stipend is provided.

To Apply: Submit your resume to ngodfrey@fris.org or apply on Indeed

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.

5.26.22

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Campus-Prevention Coordinator

MISSION: The West Virginia Foundation for Rape Information and Services (WVFRIS) 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 and stalking.

REPORTS TO: WVFRIS Chief Operations Officer

QUALIFICATIONS: Must be committed to ending sexual violence and stalking. Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree required with demonstrated experience in a related field. Master’s Degree in human services, public health or education field preferred. Preference given to candidate with experience in coordinating statewide projects, conducting sexual violence prevention programs, working on college campuses, working with sexual assault and/or stalking survivors and completion of WVFRIS’ e-learning courses. Candidates must also have the ability to maintain a collaborative and professional demeanor with colleges/universities, rape crisis center staff, agency staff/board, vendors, consultants, allied professionals, and members of the public. Must have demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills and possess strong organizational and facilitation skills. Experience in program/project development and planning is preferred. Travel, including some overnight travel, may be required. Must have reliable transportation and the ability to work independently as part of a remote team.

Additional qualifications include an excellent customer relations approach and be team-oriented, a commitment to inclusive and accessible programming, the capacity to work in a fast-paced program and manage multi-faceted projects, demonstrate sensitivity to and knowledge of issues involved in working with diverse populations and organizations, and accept and abide by the mission and philosophy of WVFRIS.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

· Advocate for the vision of the organization

· Design and coordinate trainings on interpersonal violence for communities, campuses and community colleges

· Coordinate efforts with campuses and youth-serving organizations on the state level to develop and implement prevention, awareness and intervention programs regarding interpersonal violence

· Provide technical assistance to the state’s campuses and facilitate a listserv for/meetings of the WV Intercollegiate Council Against Sexual Violence

· Compile and develop resources to assist the communities and campuses in effectively addressing sexual violence and stalking

· Create and conduct state level trainings on sexual violence prevention (both in person, audio conference/webinar-based trainings) to funded rape prevention education programs, rape crisis centers and other prevention projects. Training includes program planning, implementation, and evaluation.

· Work with allied partners (WV Department of Education, disability providers, child advocacy centers, community collaboratives, college campuses) in building their capacity for effective and collaborative prevention efforts

· Research and implement best practices in primary prevention, including statewide initiatives such as bystander intervention programs

· Serve as staff liaison to statewide prevention initiatives, such as the Key Players in Sexual Violence Prevention, the Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Collaborative, and the Disability Prevention Workgroup, by providing meeting facilitation and coordinating other related collaborative activities

· Develop public awareness and informational materials on sexual violence and stalking

· Maintain updated statistics and informational resources on prevention on FRIS’ eLearning site and website

· Complete monthly and annual reports as required

Hours of Work: This is a full-time, remote position. Some evenings and weekends may be required. As part of a statewide coalition, the Campus/Stalking Project Coordinator will communicate regularly with WVFRIS staff remotely and in-person and will travel throughout the state, as needed. Occasional national travel may be required.

Salary: $40,000 - $45,000, commensurate with experience. Up to $600 per month health insurance stipend is provided.

To Apply: Submit your resume to ngodfrey@fris.org or apply on Indeed

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.

5.26.22

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Social Work Position Available

WVU Medicine Jefferson Medical

POSITION SUMMARY: To provide assistance and support to patient’s families and other hospital departments.  Effectively adjusts communication to the patient (legal guardian, and/or family) with consideration given to age, level of understanding, developmental stage and clinical status.  Compatible with accepted social work practice and hospital policies and procedures.  Is cognizant of cultural diversity in the implementation of social services practices with patients.  Practices under the guidelines of the Code of Ethics as set forth by the National Association of Social Workers. 

QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in social work or a related field and possess a valid social worker license or be eligible for social work licensure in West Virginia.  Medical knowledge sufficient to understand the needs and level of care of patients. 

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

1.   Able to wear latex or vinyl gloves, with frequent changes and hand washing.

2.   Able to tolerate working with and around noxious odors.

3.   Use a computer keyboard, monitor and mouse.

4.   Answer telephones and transcribe messages.

5.   Communicate verbally, written and electronically with healthcare personnel, families and patients.

6.   May be scheduled to work various shifts based on departmental and patient needs. 

7.   May be required to travel between facilities/buildings.  Work may be performed in acute hospital setting.

8.   May be exposed to virus, disease, and infection from patients and specimens in working environment.

9.   May be exposed to traumatic situations including psychiatric crisis, physical injuries and death.

10.  Must meet Department of Labor’s MEDIUM duty standard (MEDIUM WORK- exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly)

11.  Able to bend, stoop, reach and be capable of normal rotation, standing and walking for an 11-12 hour shift.

12.  Able to lift 40 pounds from floor to waist.

13.  Able to ambulate, position, turn and pull up self-assisting adult patients.

14.  This position may require unsupervised access to restricted areas that may contain medications, supplies and patient confidential information.

To Apply Click The Link Below:

https://re12.ultipro.com/WES1019WVUH/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*703F3B37972726EB

4.14.22

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The West Virginia Foundation for Rape Information and Services is Hiring Two Social Work Positions!!!

1. Full-Time Prevention Coordinator

QUALIFICATIONS:  Must be committed to ending sexual violence and stalking.  Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree required with five years’ experience in a related field.  Master’s Degree in human services, public health or education field preferred.  Preference given to candidate with experience in coordinating statewide projects, working with sexual assault survivors, experience in working specifically with the Rape Prevention Education program, and completion of WVFRIS’ e-learning courses.  Must have experience with data, evaluation, and a working knowledge of the public health model and primary prevention.  Candidates must also have the ability to maintain a cooperative and professional demeanor with rape crisis center staff, agency staff/board, vendors, consultants, allied professionals, and members of the public. Must have demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills and possess strong organizational and facilitation skills. Experience in program/project development and planning and evaluation required.  Travel, including some overnight travel, required.  Must have reliable transportation and the ability to work independently as part of a remote team.

This is a full-time, remote position; the Prevention Coordinator must live in West Virginia. Some evenings and weekends may be required. As part of a statewide coalition, the Prevention Coordinator will communicate regularly with WVFRIS staff remotely and in-person and will travel throughout the state, as needed. Occasional national travel may be required. 

Salary:  $40,000 - $45,000, commensurate with experience. Up to $600 per month health insurance stipend is provided.

To Apply: Submit your resume and cover letter to wvfris@frontier.com 

 

2. Full-Time College Campus and Prevention Coordinator

QUALIFICATIONS: Must be committed to ending sexual violence and stalking. Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree required with five years’ experience in a related field. Master’s Degree in human services, public health or education field preferred. Preference given to candidate with experience in coordinating statewide projects, conducting sexual violence prevention programs, working on college campuses, working with sexual assault and/or stalking survivors and completion of WVFRIS’ e-learning courses. Candidates must also have the ability to maintain a cooperative and professional demeanor with colleges/universities, rape crisis center staff, agency staff/board, vendors, consultants, allied professionals, and members of the public. Must have demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills and possess strong organizational and facilitation skills. Experience in program/project development and planning is required. Travel, including some overnight travel, may be required. Must have reliable transportation and the ability to work independently as part of a remote team.

This is a full-time, remote position. Some evenings and weekends may be required. As part of a statewide coalition, the Campus/Stalking Project Coordinator will communicate regularly with WVFRIS staff remotely and in-person and will travel throughout the state, as needed. Occasional national travel may be required.

Salary: $40,000 - $45,000, commensurate with experience. Up to $600 per month health insurance stipend is provided.

To Apply: Submit your resume and cover letter to wvfris@frontier.com

4.14.22

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LICSW

West Virginia Behavioral Healthcare Providers Association

The West Virginia Behavioral Healthcare Providers Association is seeking a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker to conduct therapy via telehealth from our office in Charleston. 

The LICSW will see patients in various locations across the State of West Virginia.  Salary range $60,000-$75,000 with benefits. 

https://www.indeed.com/job/licensed-independent-clinical-social-worker-63d9dae339d9b1f0

For more information, please reach out to me directly.

Mark A. Drennan, Chief Executive Officer

mark@behavioralhealth.org

4.4.22

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