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Therapist
Impact Me Counseling is now accepting applications for a Therapist to work part-time from the Charleston office.
This position requires the applicant to be an LICSW, LPC or Licensed Psychologist.
Please send all resumes and references to: Attn: Mikael Bosse at: carsinc19@gmail.com 
For more information call. 681-265-1140.
(1.14.21)
Mental Health Therapists
Simms Health is a private practice located in downtown Martinsburg providing therapeutic services.
We are seeking dedicated and compassionate Mental Health Therapists interested in becoming essential resources for the community.
Provide individual, group and family therapy, and education to ensure that members have the support and accountability they need to succeed in treatment.
To be successful in this role, you must be good at synthesizing information and identifying creative solutions. Must be able to work independently and collaboratively with our team of mental health care specialists and be able to generate all necessary documentation associated with your caseload.
Qualifications :
• Master's Degree in Social Work, Counseling or Psychology
• LICSW, LPC preferred, but will consider LCSW, LGSW, and Provisionally Licensed Counselors.
• WV eligible license – must be up to date or acquired before start date.
• Experience with making treatment plans.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills.
• Strong work ethic
• Practical problem-solving and decision-making skills.
• Experience with play therapy and working with young children under the age of 5 - A huge plus
COVID-19 considerations:
We offer phone and video sessions and in person session are completed with no-contact procedures. Employees also do not have contact with one another either.
To apply please send your resume to lneri@simmshealth.com or click link to apply  https://employers.indeed.com/j#jobs/view?id=ab4b118cac1e
(1.14.21)
Clinical Director
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services, Inc.
Huntington, West Virginia
Prestera Center is seeking an experienced Clinical Director to provide oversight and supervision of mental health, addictions and MR/DD programs. The Clinical Director will oversee clinical supervision of all staff delivering services, department budgets, and clinical operations. As the clinical director you must possess excellent management and mentoring skills. You must be an outstanding communicator able to resolve conflicts and issues. If you also have a deep respect for policies and ethics and can inspire that in others, you are ideal for the role.
Minimum of a master’s degree in a mental health field and professional licensure (LPC, LCSW, LICSW, Licensed Psychologist, etc.) with at least 5 years clinical experience and 5 years supervisory experience. 
Pay: $75,000.00 - $85,000.00 per year
Comprehensive benefits:
Apply at www.prestera.org
For additional questions contact HR Director Jerri Tyson-Rollins 304-525-7851, ext 1135.
(1.14.21)
 
On-call Crisis Worker
Prestera Crisis Services is looking for folks interested in working on-call after hours, including some weekends and holidays, to assist members of the community in crisis and to help facilitate the mental hygiene process.
Looking for excitement and challenge in your work?  
Looking for ways to make extra money while helping others?
If so, becoming an On-call Crisis Worker might be for you!Here are some important things to know about this opportunity:
• Weekday coverage is 5pm-8am the following morning.  Weekend and holidays are 8am-8am the following morning.  
• Stipends are as follows: $100 for weekday shifts, $150 for weekend and holiday shifts.
• Crisis Workers must have at least a Bachelor’s degree and some mental health treatment experience is preferred.
• Crisis Workers should be able to report to the Prestera CSU and Huntington area hospitals within one hour of receiving a call. (We are working mostly from home during COVID precautions and not entering hospitals)
• Holiday schedules rotate and schedules are made with needs and preferences in mind.
• Ideally, Crisis Workers will commit to working 5-6 days per month on-call.
If this sounds like a good fit for you, please contact: Michelle McMullen at andrea.mcmullen@prestera.org
(1.14.21)

Child Therapist
Mountain CAP of West Virginia, Inc., A CDC
Buckhannon, WV 26201
Mountain CAP of WV, Inc., a CDC, Child Advocacy Center is hiring a Child Therapist. This position requires the applicant to be a LICSW, LPC, Licensed Psychologist, or Licensed Supervised Psychologist. The applicant must have experience in providing therapy services to children, with training and experience in trauma-focused therapy preferred. Requires clear CIB and APS/CPS background checks. Salary commensurate with experience. Open until filled. EOE.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $55,000.00 - $65,000.00 per year
Benefits:
• Dental insurance
• Health insurance
• Paid time off
• Vision insurance
Schedule:
• 8 hour shift
• Monday to Friday
COVID-19 considerations:
Virtual sessions are the main delivery of services during this time of Covid-19. Our office is cleaned and disinfected regularly, including use of air purifiers and germicidal lights. In-office time is currently limited.
License/Certification:
• license to do therapy independently (Required)
Work Location:
• One location, Buckhannon, WV
Work Remotely:
• Temporarily due to COVID-19 (still must be located in central WV and ready for return to office when appropriate)
Please submit resume and 4 professional references to: lmcdaniels@mountaincap.com
(1.13.21)

WV Birth to Three Service Coordinators to work in Brooke, Hancock, Ohio and Marshall Counties 
Skill Builders LLC A WV Birth to Three Service Coordination Agency 
Position offers the ability to work from home, flexible hours that you schedule yourself, a 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 . 
A minimum of a 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 
(1.13.21)

Therapist
The Barbour-Taylor Community Corrections Program is seeking a part-time therapist position with potential to progress to full-time.  This position requires a minimum of a master's degree that meets state requirements to provide therapy. Deadline to apply is January 22, 2021.  Please mail a resume, with three letters of reference and copies of credentials to:
Barbour Taylor Community Corrections Program
216 West Main Street
Grafton WV 26354
For additional information contact awoodrufftaylorco@yahoo.com 
(1.21.21)


TBI Intake Coordinator (Morgantown, WV)
The West Virginia University Research Corporation is seeking applications for a full-time (40hpw), benefits eligible, TBI Intake Coordinator for the WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities located in Morgantown, WV. The purpose for this position will be to provide care coordination, referral assistance, and link individuals with a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in WV to resource facilitation. This position will interact with clients from a variety of clinical and medical settings following a TBI, in effort to connect the individual with a TBI to social service coordination, obtaining needed medical documentation for services. The primary focus will be in helping to increase self-efficacy in navigating the services and supports for those with TBI in WV. They will facilitate person-centered services with providers of needed service, will follow-up with the social worker after an initial referral is made, and will build working relationships, solve problems, and supports while they learn to self-navigate the health care system. This position will work with at-risk populations and the TBI Outreach Coordinator to help connect those screened for a TBI to service coordination.

For additional information or to apply visit:

(01.11.21)


Treatment Coordinator, Treatment Foster Care
Pressley Ridge, Clarksburg, WV
Requires BSW or BA in human services field and supervised experience with children and/or families
• Benefits
• Flexible work schedule
• Annual salary increase possible
Contact: Ally Taylor at ataylor@pressleyridge.org 
(1.6.21)

WV Birth to Three Service Coordinators to work in Morgan, Calhoun, Brooke and Hancock Counties 
Skill Builders LLC, A WV Birth to Three Service Coordination Agency 
Offers the ability to work from home, flexible hours that you schedule yourself, a great 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. 
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 
Position will remain open until filled  
(1.5.21)
 
Contract Licensed Social Worker for our Region of West Virginia (Southern WV)
• Valid West Virginia Social Work License
• Long term care experience required
• Ability for day and/or overnight travel. Mileage and travel expense paid!
• Competitive Wages
• Health Consultants Plus, Inc. established in 1991, is a full service consulting firm providing education, training and interim staffing solutions. 
• Email Resume to tiahovatter@healthconsultantsplus.com 
(1.5.21)

Executive Director, National Association of Social Workers – South Carolina Chapter
The South Carolina Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), with a statewide membership of approximately 900, is seeking an Executive Director with demonstrated leadership and management skills. In addition, applicants should have a substantial knowledge of and a strong commitment to the social work profession and social work values, with an awareness of the diversity of social work practice.  Applicants should also be able to engage, inspire, and mobilize the Association’s membership.  NASW is the largest membership organization of professional social workers, with 120,000 members nationwide. NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound social policies. The Chapter Executive Director reports to the NASW Deputy Director of Chapter Operations at the National Office and is accountable to the South Carolina Chapter Board of Directors.
Position requires:
• Minimum of 5 years of senior leadership experience working with professional or non-profit organizations and their volunteer Boards
• College degree required; MSW preferred
• Exceptional executive management skills, including the ability to provide oversight for organizational and leadership development priorities, relevant legislative efforts, membership services, staff supervision, strategic planning experience, and continuing education programs
• Demonstrated budget and financial management skills
• Solid program planning and implementation skills
• Strong public policy experience and skills
• Strong advocacy and legislative experience and skills
• Community organizing experience
• Exceptional written and oral communications skills
• Experience working with traditional and social media
• Commitment to providing excellent membership support and engagement
• Experience in fundraising and grant writing 
• Must be proficient with Office products software, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint, as well as working in the online/ “cloud” environment.
The Chapter office is in Columbia; travel is required to other South Carolina communities, as needed. Competitive salary, plus excellent benefits, including 401k and health insurance.
Application deadline:  February 4, 2021
Only electronic applications will be accepted. Applicants should email a cover letter and résumé addressing above qualifications, to: southcarolinanasw@gmail.com , Subject title “ South Carolina Executive Director”.
NASW-SC is an equal opportunity employer, committed to a policy of equal opportunity and non-discrimination.  Applicants from diverse communities are encouraged to apply.
(1.4.21)

Permanency Supervisor
The Children’s Home Society’s Martinsburg location has an opening for a second full time Permanency Supervisor. Responsibilities include supervision of permanency efforts for children and youth in the Adoption and Foster Care Programs. Including but not limited to the: Recruitment of adoptive and foster families, home studies, training, assessments, domestic and international adoption social work, and maintaining all foster care/adoption inquiries. Interested candidates must have a social work degree and have a valid social work license, drivers license, automobile insurance and pass all CIB, FBI and abuse and neglect background checks.
Attn: Tiffany Curry, tcurry@childhswv.org
653 Winchester Ave
Martinsburg, WV 25401
(12.29.20)

Program Manager for Crisis Residential Services, Valley HealthCare System 
NATURE OF WORK:   Program Manager will be responsible for the daily operation of all crisis services provided by Crisis Intervention Specialists, such as, but not limited to:  Crisis Walk-ins during regular business hours, 24-hour call lines, facilitating Mental Hygiene Proceedings, Initial Screening Calls, initial referrals for intake evaluations, Disaster Response and Debriefing services. As such, this position oversees the provisions of emergency services both during traditional and non-traditional business hours. Program Manager will also be responsible for providing direction and oversight in the provisions of services delivered on the Crisis Residential Unit.  Will be responsible for the daily (24/7) operation of the Unit and will work with the Medical Director of Crisis Residential Unit, as well as other medical providers, in approving admissions and referrals to the Unit.  Will also oversee the clinical practice of supportive individual/group counseling, assessments, treatment plans, etc.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Ability to perform Essential Duties as outlined below
BA/BS degree in a Human Services Field
One-year previous professional supervisory experience
Knowledge of Behavioral Health and Substance Use Disorder Services
Working knowledge of Involuntary Commitment process laws within the state of West Virginia
Ability to comply with Client’s Rights
Ability to comply with Valley’s and Division departmental safety procedures
Ability to read, write, understand and speak the English language
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
MSW/MA/MS degree in a Human Services Field
Experience working in the Behavioral Health and Substance Use Disorder field
Greater than one year of supervisory experience
Please apply online at www.valleyhealthcare.org under careers or send resumes to nhouser@valleyhealthcare.org
(12.29.20)

Epilepsy Foundation Openings
For information and to apply:
Community Operations Manager, Field Operations/Community Engagement
Executive Director of Community Engagement and Partnership
(12.22.20)

WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities has 2 immediate job openings for MODIFY Specialist.  Below are brief descriptions of the job opportunities:
MODIFY Community Support Specialist 15773 (Charleston, WV) 
The West Virginia University Research Corporation is seeking applications for a full-time (40hpw), benefits eligible, Community Support Specialist for the WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities located in Charleston, WV. This position will provide support for the Mentoring & Oversight for Developing Independence with Foster Youth (MODIFY) Program and provide follow up services to youth in transition from foster care to adult independence. The primary emphasis is the coordination of services to youth exiting foster care. Service coordination provided to this group of young adults will ensure that system linkages are in place for supporting these youth in the life domains of housing, employment, education, finance, physical/mental health, family and socialization. The goal of these services is to promote self-sufficiency and a successful transition to independence for former foster care youth. 
 MODIFY COMMUNITY SUPPORT SPECIALIST 15927 (Ripley, WV) 
The West Virginia University Research Corporation is seeking applications for a full-time (40hpw), benefits eligible, Community Support Specialist for the WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities located in Ripley, WV. The purpose of this position is to provide support for the Mentoring & Oversight for Developing Independence with Foster Youth (MODIFY) Program at the WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities (CED). This position provides follow up services to youth in transition from foster care to adult independence. The primary emphasis is the coordination of services to youth exiting foster care. Service coordination provided to this group of young adults will ensure that system linkages are in place for supporting these youth in the life domains of housing, employment, education, finance, physical/mental health, family and socialization. 
To apply go to WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities website. Go to the bottom of the page click on Employment at WVU CED and apply online.
(12.22.20)

Licensed Therapist
National Youth Advocate Program
Full time providing therapy and clinical services to youth and families in the Parkersburg and Martinsburg areas.
MSW in Social Work or MS in Counseling required plus graduate level WV license
Competitive salary and benefits
Apply online: www.nyap.org/careers
Email resume to: kamiller@nyap.org
(12.17.20)

Mental Health Therapist (LCSW or LPC)
GR&W Health, Inc., DBA: Harmony, Roots, Transformations
Location: Morgantown, WV and/or Bridgeport, WV
 General
Job Title: Mental Health Therapist
Reports to: Director of Therapy Resources
Job Type: Full-Time and Part-Time
Exemption Status: Commission
Benefits: Available
 Summary
The primary role of the Therapist is to conduct individual and group counseling sessions as well as crisis intervention during the day while providing exceptional customer service to make sure the highest quality work standards are achieved and maintained according to practice policies and procedures. Key responsibilities include:
 • Maintain high ethical standards including and beyond all company, state, and federal policies, procedures and regulations. 
• Provide mental health services and clinical responsibilities consistent with education, training and professional experience.
These include, but are not limited to, one-on-one and group therapy, ongoing patient assessment, and liaising with clinical and community organizations. 
• Remain up-to-date on industry knowledge, technologies, certifications, and licensures
• Process, Report, Record and Communicate patient care and patient needs to appropriate providers in a clear and timely manner using the technology provided
• Support the smooth and safe function of the office and company as a whole in pursuit of its mission.
Required Qualifications
• Master’s degree or higher from applicable accredited program
• Valid state LCSW or LPC
• Experience in mental health counseling
• Experience is Medicated Addiction Treatment (MAT) preferred
• Strong computer abilities and proficiency with electronic medical records
• Knowledge of medical terminology
• Understand and comply with HIPAA
• Excellent communication skills 
• Ability to work well with a team
• Desire to do a thorough job in a fast-paced environment
Detailed Job Duties
1. Maintain high ethical standards including and beyond all company, state, and federal policies, procedures and regulations. 
a. Apply ethical and legal principles to the placement and treatment of clients with mental health problems in an outpatient setting, ensuring that clients receive appropriate mental health care.
b. Ensure compliance with all Federal and State laws, regulations and guidelines by, among other things, upholding policies and procedures of GR&W and all HIPAA requirements. 
c. Uphold all rules and regulations governing mental health confidentiality.
2. Provide mental health services and clinical responsibilities consistent with education, training and professional experience.
a. Provide regular updates to assigned clients to determine current mental status and functioning
b. Conduct therapy and psycho educational groups to improve clients’ coping skills.
c. Utilize evidence-based treatment methods in treating clients.
d. Provide resources and information to help clients define goals; implement treatment plans; and achieve personal, social, educational, vocational development.
e. Complete discharge planning for assigned clients consistent with client expectations.
f. Coordinate provision of and may act as liaison with clinical services for patients with other programs, community agencies, and/or medical services.
g. Provide excellent patient care and treat patients with compassion while developing trust and rapport. Provide support, reflective listening, and compassion to patients struggling with depression and/or anxiety.
h. Possess the clinical assessment skills to identify real or potential adverse events during treatment where treatment should be interrupted or terminated.
3. Remain up to date on industry knowledge, technologies, certifications, and licensures
a. Be proactive in performance improvement activities.
b. Attend seminars, workshops, CEU’s, and conferences to meet the requirements of licensure and compliance with all facility protocols, procedures, and guidelines.
4. Process, Report, Record and Communicate patient care and patient needs to appropriate providers in a clear and timely manner using the technology provided
a. Complete mental health assessments in format required by the agency for clients referred based on intake process, staff referral or client self-referral.
b. Provide timely, accurate, and concise documentation of client care; legibly document all client encounters in electronic medical records within 48 hours of seeing patients 
c. Participate in a multidisciplinary treatment team for development of client individual treatment plans and subsequent treatment plan reviews.
d. Complete assessments of clients at intake and regularly thereafter as assigned.
e. Inform supervisor and psychiatric staff of significant change in a client’s functioning.
f. Advise medical personnel of client’s medical or physical restrictions or needs.
5. Support the smooth and safe function of the office as a whole
a. Provide crisis intervention as requested.
b. Provide documented supervision for unlicensed mental health staff as required by the State.
c. Maintain appropriate sized caseload to meet productivity expectations
d. Attend staff meetings, as well as other meetings as required.
e. Schedule patient appointments using medical scheduling software
f. Answer phone calls in a professional manner
g. Performs additional duties as needed up to and including the willingness to be flexible by possibly traveling to other facilities and adjusting your schedule to meet patient needs
Physical Demands
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job without assistance from another individual.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be regularly sitting for long periods at a desk while communicating in person, on the phone, or computer. This job also requires you to physically be able to walk, stand, stoop and bend. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 30 pounds. Specific hand, visual, and auditory dexterity is required by this job, including close vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. (When required by the American with Disabilities Act, reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)
Staff are required to be trained on crisis intervention maneuvers and--except where physically unable--expected to carry them out. Questions, contact fswiger78@gmail.com
apply at
https://grandwinc.easyapply.co/  
(12.17.20)

Consumer Advocate / Director of Consumer Advocate Division
The WV Public Service Commission
Advocates for consumers of public utilities.
Qualifications:
Citizen and resident of West Virginia
An attorney admitted to practice in WV, an accountant or an economist
For additional information and application instructions visit: www.psc.state.wv.us
Navigate to Employment Opportunities
Deadline: Jan. 15, 2021
(12.14.20)

Executive Director, National Association of Social Workers – Colorado Chapter
The Colorado Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), with a statewide membership of 1,700, is seeking a full-time Executive Director with demonstrated leadership and management skills. In addition, applicants should have a substantial knowledge of and a strong commitment to the social work profession and social work values, with an awareness of the diversity of social work practice.  Applicants should also be able to engage, inspire, and mobilize the Association’s membership.  NASW is the largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world, with over100,000 members nationwide. NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound social policies. The Chapter Executive Director reports to the NASW Deputy Director of Chapter Operations at the National Office and is accountable to the Colorado Chapter Board of Directors.
Position requires:
• Senior leadership experience working with professional or non-profit organizations and their volunteer Boards in a professional office environment
• Minimum of 5 years of executive level experience
• Four-year college degree required; MSW preferred
• Exceptional executive management skills, including the ability to provide oversight for organizational and leadership development priorities, and staff supervision 
• Demonstrated budget and financial management skills
• Solid continuing education program planning and implementation skills
• Strong public policy experience and skills
• Strong advocacy and legislative experience and skills
• Experience in membership services
• Community organizing experience
• Exceptional written and oral communications skills
• Experience working with traditional and social media in professional settings
• Commitment to providing excellent membership support and engagement
• Proficient with Office products software, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint, as well as working in the online/“cloud” environment 
The Chapter office is located in Denver. This position requires travel as an essential function of the job. The role expects the executive director to provide their own means of transportations to attend meetings and activities throughout the state. 
Competitive salary commensurate with experience plus excellent benefits, including 401k and health insurance.
Application deadline: January 8, 2021
Applicants will email a cover letter and résumé, addressing above qualifications, to: cochapternasw@gmail.com  
NASW offers reasonable accommodation during the application process for qualified individuals with disabilities. If you need assistance during the application or interview process and in completing new hire paperwork to accommodate a disability, please email requests to: cochapternasw@gmail.com  
NASW-CO is an equal opportunity employer, committed to a policy of equal opportunity and non-discrimination.  Applicants from diverse communities are encouraged to apply.
(12.11.20)

Multiple Bachelor level positions available in Morgantown
One Master level position in Fairmont
We offer a competitive $2,500 sign on bonus and other incentives.
The positions we have available currently are:
  CIS/CSS (Crisis Intervention/Stabilization Specialist) We have part time and full time opportunities for this position. In this role you will work on our Crisis Residential Unit monitoring clients, leading and facilitating groups and supportive counseling. 
Shifts will vary, but primarily afternoon, evening, weekends and some holidays. Great opportunity for experience and schedules that support students currently working on higher education. 
  Specialist for our V-ACT Program (Valley Assertive Community Treatment Team). In this role, you will be going out into the community working with clients who have severe and persistent mental illness and/or substance usage disorders. This position helps prevent these individuals from involuntary hospitalization by providing intensive services and prevention. 
Service Coordinator – Sunday -Thursday 7:30a-4:30p (may vary)
  Program Manager SUD (Substance Usage Disorder)  Residential Programs – This position supervises our ACT Unit and New Beginnings Program which are residential programs for substance usage disorder treatment. ACT is a 28 day program, and New Beginnings is a long term program for women. ACT is in Fairmont, where the position will be primarily, but there will be travel to Morgantown. Requires a Master’s Degree in Human Services, minimum of 1 year supervisory experience and 2 years counseling SUD population experience. 
 For full job descriptions and to apply please visit www.valleyhealthcare.org under Careers or contact Nicole Houser at Nhouser@valleyhealthcare.org
(12.10.20)

FMRS Wraparound Facilitators Wanted
Qualifications: Bachelor's (Required), Criminal background check (Required), WV Driver's License (Required), US work authorization (Required)
FMRS has an exciting position in our expanding Children’s Services Program. Are you a calm and encouraging person by nature? Do you enjoy working with children and families and helping them stay together? Consider joining our Children’s Services team where we will provide you with cutting edge training and support, enabling you to confidently assist children in crisis. The Wraparound Facilitator is an integral member of FMRS’ Children’s Services Department, sharing the mission of serving children within their homes and community.
Full Job Description 
The Wraparound Facilitator provides assessment, by utilizing the WV CANS to identify strengths and needs for treatment/service planning. This person monitors service delivery, progress towards goals, demonstrates problem resolution and assists the youth and family in building a support network. In addition, he / she will coordinate, create, and individualize services and supports to fit the unique needs of the child and family while building upon their strengths. We are seeking a person who can think creatively, self-motivate and work flexible hours in order to accommodate the youth and families that we serve.
Job Title: Wraparound Facilitator
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Reports to: Program Coordinator/Clinical Supervisor
Department: Children’s Services
Summary of Job Function: Works with youth and their families at home, at an office setting, in the community, at school and /or at work to pull the youth and family team together to facilitate development of the wraparound plan, convene regular team meetings, including the youth, their family and their supports, both professional and natural to monitor implementation of the plan and make changes to the plan as needed to promote success for the youth and their family within their community.
Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Essential Functions:
1. Engages and communicates effectively with youth and their families/legal guardians, and all team members.
2. Collaborates and plans effectively to access the needed supports and services for each youth and family served by working with youth and family-serving agencies and organizations in a community.
3. Schedules appointments and assures all parties have relevant consents and information needed.
4. Provides referral for transportation for youth as needed.
5. Completes the CANS and other screeners or assessments as indicated for each youth/family served at designated intervals and includes outcomes in the youth’s individualized care plan.
6. Documents all activities per policy.
7. Assures an individualized care plan for each youth/family is developed by a team of people who are relevant to the youth and family to achieve their goal of having adequate community resources and supports.
8. Coordinates all wraparound plan meetings by scheduling the meeting and notifying all team members in a timely manner.
9. Ability to assess and respond effectively to crisis situations. Participates in on call for youth and families in wraparound program.
10. Advocates for youth and their families by attending MDT’s, court hearings, IEP/SAT meetings, etc.
11. Prepares effectively for youth and their families to transition from wraparound services to least restrictive care management.
12. Adheres to confidentiality, HIPAA, and risk management policies and procedures including but not limited to completing Incident Reports.
13. Utilizes technology provided in order to perform job efficiently and effectively.
14. Meets training requirements as established, including but not limited to, CPR-First Aid and crisis intervention
15. All other duties assigned.
Job Specifications:
1. Education, Certification/License, and/or Experience a. Bachelor’s Degree in the human services field with two years’ experience in the field.
b. Valid WV Driver’s License.
2. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities required: Experience and prior training working with children and adolescents with mental health, substance abuse, and co-existing diagnoses are preferred.
The job duties outlined herein are general statements that describe the basic job requirements and cannot state in words every aspect of job content.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $14.37 per hour
Benefits provided
Schedule: 8 hour shift, Monday to Friday
COVID-19 considerations: https://www.fmrs.org/covid19-information
Education: Bachelor's (Required)
License/Certification: WV Driver's License (Required)
Company's website: https://www.fmrs.org/
Benefit Conditions: Waiting period may apply
Only full-time employees eligible
Work Remotely: No
Please contact HR if interested at 304-256-7100 

(12.10.20)

Program Director, Treatment Foster Care Program
Pressley Ridge is looking for an enthusiastic, highly motivated Program Director for our Treatment Foster Care Program in Beckley, WV. The Program Director (PD) is the pinnacle of social work leadership.  Developing a treatment environment in which “all children and families thrive” is foundational at Pressley Ridge.  A program director envisions and sustains an enriching experience for those being served and those providing the service.  This is a challenging and invigorating position in which each day opportunities to teach and to grow professionally will exist.  Creating social change requires innovative leadership and a commitment to serve with compassion and commitment.  
The Program Director will enjoy:
• A $5,000 sign-on bonus paid out over the course of 6 months provided continued successful employment
• A comprehensive benefit plan, including free individual health insurance
• A generous retirement plan with company match and give
• Continuing educational benefits
• Ample paid time off (including birthdays!)
This position requires a Master's Degree, a professional license, & a minimum of five years’ experience with troubled children and their families OR Ph.D. in Human Services and two years clinical/education experience.

(12.10.20)


Program Manager

I just wanted to let you all know that Harrison County Schools has a position open to work with the Project Aware grant that they received.  They are looking to hire someone as a Program Manager.  I have the link below.  I was just wondering if you could forward this posting to anyone you think might be interested or alumni, whoever you think.  Also, we are holding a virtual informational session in January for possible providers for the ESMH.  If you know of any providers that might be interested in attending this virtual meeting please let me know.  Please let me know at mcdonnellsta@marshall.edu  if you have any questions.  

https://harrisonwv.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=10225

Sincerely,

Heather McDonnell-Stalnaker, LPC , C-SPF Project Director

MURC- Center of Excellence for Recovery 
(12.8.20)

Permanency Supervisor
Children's Home Society of WV (Martinsburg site) has an opening for a full time Permanency Supervisor. Responsibilities include: supervision of permanency efforts for children and youth in the Adoption and Foster Care programs; recruitment of adoptive and foster families; reviewing assessments and other required documentation; training; and supervision of permanency staff. This position requires a degree in social work, a social work license, a clear criminal and child abuse registry check, a valid driver's license and available automobile and insurance coverage. Competitive salary and excellent benefits package offered. Flexible schedule, tuition assistance, travel reimbursement and paid CEU opportunities available. Interested applicants may submit resume to: ashank@childhswv.org 
(12.2.20)

Social Worker MSW/LICSW - Obstetrics & Gynecology
University Health Associates, WVU Medicine, Morgantown, WV
Requisition Number 20-0300
Post Date 9/1/2020
Department UHA-OB/GYN
Cost Center OB/GYN
Title Social Worker MSW-Obstetrics & Gynecology -60173
BiWeekly Work Hours 80
Employment Status Full-Time
Shift Day
City Morgantown/Waynesburg
Description
Position Summary: 
The Social Worker comprehensively plans for care management of targeted patient populations. Performs resource management, facilitation, and referral to other levels of care. Works collaboratively with the multidisciplinary care team to facilitate achievement of desired treatment outcomes. The social worker intervenes with patients who have complex psychosocial needs, require assistance with eligibility determination for social programs and funding sources, and qualify for community assistance from a variety of special funds and agencies. The social workers serve as patient advocates and counselors, perform psychological assessments, refer patients and families to medical resources and provide patient and family assistance in obtaining financial and legal assistance.  In addition, offers crisis intervention to patients and families with psychosocial needs and collaborates with the patient care team in the development of care for all patients including high-risk patient population. The social worker will also participate in ongoing management of these patients.  Most importantly, a LICSW/LCSW works to assure that the best interests of the patient are met.
Provide healthcare services consistent with state law and the requirements of the professional licensing or certification authority and/or hospital privileges, where applicable.  Such service may include, but are not limited to. 
Minimum Qualifications:
- Master’s Degree in Social Work.
- LGSW, LCSW or LICSW or a temporary Social Work permit and must obtain permanent licensure within the first six months of employment OR LPC or provisional licensure certificate.  Must have appropriate licensure for the state of practice.
Please click on the link below to open and review the detailed job description and minimum qualifications:
http://www.hsc.wvu.edu/uha/hr/jdhtm/WVUH/60173SocialWorkerMSWOBGYNUHA.htm
Notes To Applicants This position would staff MFM sub-section 2d/wk.; 1 or 2 telehealth only visit days; and Waynesburg and/or Bridgeport
LICSW in WV and LCSW in PA required
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here.
The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)

To Apply page: CLICK HERE

(11.30.20)

Manager, Social Justice Advocacy
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL WORKERS, INC.
Washington, D.C.
Job Description
Title: Manager, Social Justice Advocacy 
Position Status: Full Time
Unit: Policy Issue Date: October 2020
Division: Programs Supersedes: N/A
Reports To: Director, Public Policy Salary Grade: IX
Supervises: Senior Practice Associate
FLSA Status: Exempt
ABOUT THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL WORKERS (NASW):
Founded in 1955 and headquartered in Washington, D.C. just five blocks from Capitol Hill, NASW is the largest association of professional social workers in the nation, with 110,000 members who work in a wide variety of settings. Social workers are the largest provider of mental, behavioral and social care services. NASW works to advance the interests of social work workforce and a robust social justice agenda that reflects NASW’s Code of Ethics and the profession’s values.
I. MAJOR FUNCTION:
As a member of the Policy team at the organization’s headquarters, the Manager of Social Justice Advocacy is responsible for the development and execution of the Association’s social justice advocacy portfolio, primarily at the federal level. Portfolio priorities include economic equity, criminal/juvenile justice, healthcare equity, immigration, political equity and environmental justice, among others, and intersect with racial equity and civil rights.
II. BASIC DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Manages the development and implementation of the unit's goals, objectives, and strategies. Prepares and monitors performance of program plans and budgets.
2. Monitors federal legislative, regulatory and executive branch developments regarding social justice issues. Identifies opportunities to advance NASW’s national advocacy agenda, including but not limited to developing policy positions, lobbying and developing and submitting public comments on regulations. Pursues advocacy opportunities, under direction of Supervisor and in collaboration with appropriate staff within and outside Programs Division, including NASW’s 55 state/territory chapters.
3. Represents NASW at coalition and other meetings. Provides NASW perspective on and uses information from coalition efforts to inform NASW advocacy.
4. Represents NASW at conferences and convenings. Some overnight travel required.
5. Prepares and delivers presentations at conferences and events.
6. Provides updates to senior leadership staff.
7. Staffs and helps develop content for the national NASW conference and other NASW events, including association lobbying events.
8. Conceives, develops and writes a variety of materials and resources, working with external partners as appropriate.
9. Serves as a staff liaison, writer and/or copy editor for updates of statements contained in Social Work Speaks.
10. Advises on, develops and writes social justice-related content for NASW National’s website and NASW publications
11. Drafts public statements, including NASW press releases on policy matters that pertain to social justice, in consultation with Supervisor and other association leaders.
12. Performs other duties as assigned.
III. WORKING RELATIONSHIPS:
1. Internal: Interacts with NASW staff, appointed leadership, and members to exchange information and for job execution.
2. External: Interacts with partner and ally organization staff and leaders, government officials, NASW members, the broader social work community, and other stakeholders.
IV. MINIMUM WORK REQUIREMENTS:
The Manager will possess a commitment to NASW’s social justice agenda. They will be a self-starter who can work effectively independently, as well as part of a team, in a fast-paced, dynamic organizational and policy environment.
Strong skills are required in:
• Project management including priority setting
• Policy research, analysis and problem solving
• Advocacy
• Written communication
• Verbal communication
• Public speaking
Must also be proficient in Microsoft (including Word, Outlook and PowerPoint).
Education: Requires a Master’s degree in Social Work from an accredited school of social work
Experience: Requires a minimum of five (5) years of prior professional, manager-level experience in advocacy, social policy and/or government relations, preferably in a national association or national nonprofit setting. Prior coalition experience in Washington, D.C. is preferred.
This document describes general job duties and responsibilities. It is not a complete listing of job duties. Further clarification should be obtained from the supervisor
listed above (e.g. Work plans, performance standards, task lists etc.). Incumbents may be required to perform tasks related to these duties. Major changes in job duties should be incorporated in this description.
NASW is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.

For information contact:

Jeanette Whitman-Lee
Director, Human Resources
jwhitman-lee.nasw@socialworkers.org

Nadine Nixon
Manager of Human Resources
Nnixon.nasw@socialworkers.org

Patrick Conner
Human Resources Generalist

Pconner.nasw@socialworkers.org

(11.30.20)


Regional Outreach Manager – Remote - work from anywhere in the United States
Public News Service, Boulder, CO
Job Summary: Public News Service is growing and seeking a Regional Outreach Manager to increase our reporting capacity by expanding our membership, developing new journalistic partnerships, and seeking new funding opportunities in selected states. Ideally this person is someone who is well connected in the NGO/Nonprofit sector, with at least 2 years of successful fundraising. While our physical office is in Boulder, Colorado, this is a remote position and can be based anywhere in the United States, though location in the Midwest, Colorado, North Carolina, or the West Coast is preferred. Usually, you’ll work business hours M-F, but expect to travel ~25% of time post-COVID. This is a highly self-directed job so a nose for opportunity, flexibility to adjust to changing circumstances, and a vivacious personality are important.
Here is the basic job duty breakdown:
• Grow PNS membership using organizing and development pipeline techniques to meet annual revenue and growth goals.
• Represent PNS in a professional manner consistent with our mission and strategic plan, within the organization and at public conferences and gatherings.
• Present on the Public News Service model in person and virtually. ~10 conversations/week.
• Create and update outreach and follow up materials with a specific strategy toward recruiting new members.
• Develop strategies for increasing inbound activity.
• Develop (and consolidate current) tracking mechanisms to ensure growth.
• Identify and research new “likely” members and utilize the robust PNS database to implement rigorous outreach and membership recruitment.
• Assist in prospecting grant opportunities and grant writing process.
• Support membership team to achieve an 80% renewal rate for existing members.
• Work with membership team to develop and administer ongoing opportunities for members to engage with PNS and each other outside of the editorial space. (Including value-added member benefits, trainings, webinars, etc.)
• Other duties as assigned
We are a small but rapidly growing staff. With a lot of opportunity, flexibility is critical all around. These are qualities we practice:
• Communicate constructively: Speak up to express your thoughts and ideas directly and honestly, but with respect for others and for the work of the team.
• Listen actively: Ability to absorb, understand, and consider lots of different ideas and points of view, as well as receive critique gracefully.
• Share openly and willingly: Be willing to share information, knowledge, and experience. Take the initiative to keep other team members informed.
• Think creatively and flexibly: Roll with the punches and adapt to ever-changing situations. The natural tendency to say yes, then figure out how to get it done is highly valued.
• Be team-oriented: Strongly care about your work, the team, and the team's work. Show up every day with this care and commitment up front. Give your best effort and expect other team members to do the same.
• Look to solve problems: Ability to work together in a solutions-oriented manner to get problems out in the open for discussion, face challenges head on without blame or avoidance, and collaborate to find solutions and form action plans.
Finally, here are the skills and experience we’re looking for:
• Commitment and passion for public interest journalism.
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience (make sure to tell us why your experience is equivalent).
• 3-5 years in a development and/or communications role in the nonprofit/advocacy/campaign sector. Minimum 2 years of successful fundraising.
• Ability to travel regularly? and reliable transportation.
• Experience with graphic design and video editing.
• Strong organizational skills.
• Ability to manage and prioritize a significant portfolio of prospective members
• Competent in data entry and database management.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills.
• Proficient and trainable in a variety of software programs.
• Ability to work proactively both collaboratively and independently.
• Flexibility in working with a diverse group of personalities.
• Previous exposure or partnership with Public News Service is a plus.
Please use the Idealist application system to send a resume and cover letter. Creative cover letters are important! References will be required at the time of 2nd interview, as well as a basic skills test.
PNS is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. We do not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, age, national origin, disability, military or marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, political ideology, or past experience in the criminal justice system. People of color, people with disabilities, and people of diverse sexual orientations and gender identities are encouraged to apply. We are strongly committed to building a staff that represents the diversity of communities on which we report.
(11.24.20)

Story Collection Coordinator
West Virginians for Affordable Health Care (WVAHC)
Job Description
1. Title Story Collection Coordinator
2. Overall Responsibility
The Story Collection Coordinator is a full-time (40 hours a week), one-year grant-funded position,
which WVAHC hopes to continue after the end of the current one-year foundation funding cycle.
The Coordinator will reach out into diverse communities to find West Virginians who are willing to
share their personal experiences – positive and negative – in our health care system. For example,
the Coordinator will look for stories about how Medicaid has helped people, how being uninsured
has hurt them, or about their experiences in private insurance. In addition, the Coordinator also
recruits frontline health care providers to share the stories of their practices and patients.
The Coordinator will help storytellers share their personal experiences at events, with the media, on
social media platforms and in other public venues, and with legislators and other policy makers.
The goal of the Story Collection effort is to secure stories that will help influence the full range of
health policy debates at the state and federal level. WVAHC’s mission is to bring a consumer voice
to public policy so that every West Virginian has quality, affordable health care and the opportunity
to lead an informed, healthy, and productive life. Thus, the Story Collection Coordinator position is
a critical one in the organization.
WVAHC would like to have a new Coordinator in place by the end of 2020. WVAHC is a consumer
directed nonprofit health care advocacy organization located in Charleston, West Virginia. The Story
Collection Coordinator does not need to be based in Charleston.
Due to COVID-19, at this time the Coordinator must be able to successfully conduct outreach
through phone and internet. It is hoped that the Coordinator will be able to return to traveling
frequently across the state to identify and build relationships with story tellers in person.
3. Accountability
The Story Collection Coordinator shall be directly accountable to and receives direction from the
WVAHC Executive Director, Dr. Jessica Ice, and the WVAHC Policy Director, Kat Stoll.
4. Responsibilities
a. Community Outreach and Story Collection
• Collect, develop, and deploy consumer stories in an ongoing effort to bring new stories into
the public eye focused on Medicaid, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), affordability issues in
private insurance, the uninsured, Medicare, etc. Keep all stories in an organized “story
bank” that all staff can access easily.
• Identify and interview West Virginians to document their stories respectfully and with
ethical considerations while guarding confidentiality and privacy as appropriate.
• Draft detailed interview notes for every potential storyteller encounter. Record video/audio
as necessary to help prepare written notes that capture stories. Capture photos of
storytellers.
• Document all necessary permissions and waivers from storytellers. Maintain all forms and
documents in an organized system. All documents are the property of WVAHC.
• Draft publishable products including personal stories for publication online, write-ups to
share with media, testimonials and letters to legislators, etc. Work with WVAHC staff to edit
and revise stories, etc. as needed for publication in different lengths and diverse formats.
• Work with WVAHC staff to share stories in social media through several websites, Facebook,
Twitter and other social media platforms.
• Discuss with the Executive Director and staff to determine the merits of publishing a new
collection of stories to compliment the story book published in January 2019 (LINK HERE?).
• Work with story tellers to prepare them to feel confident and capable of sharing stories with
the public and media in the form of health care education events, meetings with policy
makers, media events, and radio and television interviews.
• Help story tellers be effective activists for health policy change by assisting and encouraging
them to participate in different levels of policy advocacy engagement.
• Build relationships with statewide and local organizations who can contribute to story collection efforts. Maintains communication with, and provide assistance to, coalitions,
project volunteers, and sub-grantees with story collection.
• Speak at meetings about the WVAHC story collection effort as well as organize and
successfully run public storyteller outreach events. Assists with public education, trainings,
and information efforts related to the story collection program to include talking to media
outlets, public speaking, and social media posts.
• Contribute to the WVAHC quarterly electronic newsletter and work with staff to identify and
design email, text, and social media campaigns.
b. Administrative
• In cooperation with the Executive Director and Policy Director, develop a detailed one-year
workplan for the project. The workplan will include plans for storyteller outreach,
reasonable goals for story collection, identify key timelines for story needs for policy
support, and a possible new story book or magazine with a target publication date. One
measurement of success will be implementing this plan in a timely manner.
• Maintain administrative reports and statistical information on activities as assigned.
• Ensure that policies and procedures are being followed, particularly those that protect
storyteller privacy and trust.
• Review and improve the existing WVAHC story collection supporting forms and outreach
materials, and develop new forms and materials as needed.
• Participate in a network of story collection coordinators working in other states that is
hosted by a national funding partner and highlights best story collection practices and ideas
for story collection work.
• Participate in weekly WVAHC staff meetings and other planning activities.
• Attend meetings of other organizations, committees, and coalitions as assigned.
c. Financial
• Prepare invoices and expense reports for work-related expenses.
• Prepare a monthly contractor invoice and submit to Executive Director for reimbursement.
• Provide assistance with both foundation proposal writing and grant reporting as needed by
the Executive Director.
5. Skills and Knowledge Required
• Excellent communicator with interpersonal skills and the ability to build rapport and trust
with diverse West Virginians.
• Strong writing and editing skills, as well as the ability to adopt the style, tone, and voice of s
storyteller when appropriate. The Coordinator will need to be comfortable working with an
editor on public written products.
• Past experience producing content for the web and social media. Knowledge of how to use
Facebook, Twitter, etc.
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with many different
stakeholders and constituencies.
• General knowledge of issues and initiatives that affect low-income people. Need not be an
expert on health policy but awareness of and experience with low-income health policy
issues a plus. Willingness to learn basic health policy is essential.
• Well organized and detail oriented with the ability to prioritize multiple tasks and meet
deadlines.
• Willing to bring forward new ideas and creativity is essential.
Education
Bachelor’s degree in a related field.
Compensation
This is a one-year contract position. The contractor will be paid $36,000 or $3,000 (negotiable) a month
for one-year. At this time there are no fringe benefits available for the position.
To Apply:
WVAHC would like to have a new Story Collection Coordinator in place by January 1, 2021. Review of
applications will begin on November 30th, on a rolling basis, and will continue until the position is filled.
Interviews will be conducted by Zoom using a uniform interview set of questions for all candidates.
Submit a letter of intent, a resume, two writing samples, and contact information for three references
by email to Dr. Jessica Ice at jobs@wvahc.org
(11.20.20)

Behavioral Health Program Director
Archway Station, Inc. -- Cumberland, Maryland
We need to fill this position as soon as possible. The deadline to respond is Sunday, 11/29. 
Questions contact tina.thomas@archwaystation.net 
Archway Station, a private 501(c) nonprofit agency providing community-based psychiatric and other rehabilitation services in Allegany County, Maryland, is seeking a full-time Behavioral Health Program Director. The successful candidate will provide oversight of all Behavioral Health Services, including Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program Services that support adults recovering from serious mental illness and for children overcoming serious emotional and/or behavioral problems. Qualifications and other details of the position include:
• Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Social Work/Psychology preferred, with credentialing as a licensed mental health professional or pursuing licensure at application.  Master’s degree level Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner (CPRP) applicants pursuing licensure will also be considered.  Three (3) years of supervisory experience is preferred.
• Schedule: Monday thru Friday (some flexibility allowed), with occasional evening and/or weekend hours for training and marketing opportunities.
• Salary range: $51,294.00 - $61,869.00, depending on education and experience.
• Benefits: Health insurance, 401k with up to 6% employer match, generous paid leave.
If you qualify and are interested in this position, please submit your resume to tina.thomas@archwaystation.net by Sunday, November 29, 2020.
Job Type: Full-time management level
Salary: $51,294.00 - $61,869.00 per year
Archway Station is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
(11.17.20)

Transportation Coordinator—Wheels to Work Program, Good News Mountaineer Garage
Good News Mountaineer Garage’s (GNMG) mission is to provide reliable vehicles to low-income West Virginians so that they can access work or critical educational opportunities in order to move off welfare and support themselves and their families. Our mechanics transform old, donated cars and trucks into reliable, safe, roadworthy vehicles that our clients can use to climb out of poverty. Especially in West Virginia, where public transportation is rare, access to a safe and reliable car is the critical linchpin needed to obtain an education, access health care, and commute to otherwise unavailable employment sites. 
Our work and our vehicles set our clients on the road to economic independence which, in turn, leads them to safer housing, improved health care, and access to other necessities within our community that so many of us often take for granted. GNMG has delivered over 3,200 vehicles to low-income recipients since we opened in 2001. Over 85% of recipients used these vehicles to graduate out of welfare, and all used the vehicles to improve their lives. Low-income families cannot hope to escape poverty without a regular source of income, and few can obtain that income without transportation to access employment, training, and education. 
In 2019 GNMG and National Consumer Law Center (NCLC) launched a new initiative, called the West Virginia Wheels to Work program to dramatically provide additional opportunities for vehicle ownership to low-income people in the state to enable more workers to access employment opportunities. During the 2020 legislative session, we convinced the WV legislature to pass HB 4969, creating a Used Car Donor Tax Credit Program. The new law created by this bill provides state subsidized incentives for the donation and reduced-price sale of safe and reliable used vehicles through a program that provides low-cost financing for low-income West Virginia workers (defined as living at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level). Through the state tax credits provided under the bill, cars purchased through the program will be reduced by as much as $4,000. So a $10,000 car will be sold for $6,000. 
At the same time, we have established a partnership with Element Federal Credit Union (EFCU) to provide low-rate financing for the purchase of these cars (6 to 8% instead of the 18% to 25% normally charged to low-income buyers with poor credit scores).
A critical part of the new Wheels to Work program is the financial literacy training and counseling program provided to participants, that will facilitate their successful completion of the financing contract for their car purchase, empower solid financial decisions in the future, and improve their credit program. 
GNMG’s experienced mechanics will ensure that the vehicles purchased through the program are reliable, safe and affordable.  
Responsibilities of Transportation Coordinator:  
• Financial empowerment and counseling—The transportation coordinator will:
Provide to applicants a robust financial literacy education program.  
Work with applicants (low-income workers living at or below 200% of Federal Poverty Level) to ensure that they are ready for the credit undertaking to purchase their vehicles through the program; 
Work closely with the participants throughout their loan terms to encourage timely payments. Funds will be available to help participants deal with emergency financial needs, and the coordinator will refer participants to appropriate community and governmental partners for additional available benefits. 
Illustrative Responsibilities: 
• Provide participants with direct support, case management, and follow-up on program progress:
Conduct applicant screenings, assist participants throughout the entire program process;
Provide participants with appropriate referrals and resources, including to other social service agencies;
Regularly follow-up with participants.
• Provide one on one financial coaching:
Assist participants in resolving financial concerns and focus on financial health to shift the approach toward proactive financial management;
Assist participants in improving their credit score, net worth, and net income:
Work with all participants to develop a budget and provide strategies for improvements;
Access and document the participant’s credit report/score and provide strategies for credit building;
Monitor the status of each participant’s employment;
Monitor job retention.
• Provide workshops and community education:
Utilize partnerships to offer educational workshops to affordable vehicle program participants;
Conduct affordable vehicle program participants orientation and enrollment sessions on an as needed basis.
• Maintain and track program files, participant data and other records to illustrate effectiveness of the program and areas that could benefit from improvement:
Track stories and successes of program participants;
Monitor status of applications, insurance, and participants’ payments;
Assist Element Federal Credit Union with participant contact, loan repayment, and reports.
Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in a Human Services field and/or business management preferred or any equivalent combination of education and related work experience;
Previous experience in social services with target population, program administration with proven organizational skills, and an understanding of benefits programs rules and requirements;
Advanced computer skills, proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, and internet and resource savvy;
Excellent communication and customer service skills.
Salary/Benefits:
The salary for this position is in the mid $50,000 depending on experience;
Full, generous benefits are currently provided through Good News Mountaineer Garage, including medical, dental, life insurance, and retirement;
The position is full-time and is based out of the organization’s main office in Charleston, WV.
Good News Mountaineer Garage is and equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
How to Apply
Please send a cover letter and resume, as well as a list of references to gnmg@goodnewsmountaineergarage.com no later than December 8, 2020.
Your cover letter should clearly state your relevant experience, your interest in this position, and why you are the best candidate for the Transportation Coordinator position.  Applicants should include “Transportation Coordinator” in the email subject field.
No agencies. No calls please.
(11.17.20)

Birth to Three Service Coordinators
Skill Builders LLC 
A WV Birth to Three Service Coordination Agency 
Is looking to hire WV Birth to Three Service Coordinators to work in 
Monongalia and Marion Counties, primarily evenings 
Hancock and Brooke Counties 
This position offers the ability to work from home, flexible hours that you schedule yourself, a great 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. 
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 
(11.17.20)

Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) Educators
Mission West Virginia, Inc., a non-profit organization located in Putnam County, has Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) Educator opportunities through a federally funded program to work with middle and high school youth.  
Educators deliver effective, evidence-based reproductive health education using specified curriculum for participants of the THINK program. 
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Health, Sociology, Human Services or Education preferred, however other degrees will be considered. Must have had experience leading or teaching a group. Hold a valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance.
A full job description can be found at:  www.missionwv.org/employment
Send resume and cover letter identifying, experience, and references to cferrell@missionwv.org or by mail to 168 Midland Trail, Suite 1, Hurricane, WV 25526.   EOE employer.
(11.16.20)

Therapist
Needed full-time or part-time for the Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center to work with traumatized and at-risk children and their families. Will work at the Center and in the schools. Join a team of professionals who create a child-friendly and supportive environment for families in our community. Master’s degree in a mental health field, clinical experience, and licensed or license-eligible required. Send resume by December 1st to Dr. Capage at moncocac@comcast.net or mail to: 909 Greenbag Road, Morgantown, WV 26508.  Call 304-598-0344 with inquiries.
(11.16.20)

LGSW & LCSW Social Workers 
Mountain Care Network, a behavioral health agency providing quality mental health services to children, adolescents, adults and families in Kanawha, Boone, Putnam, Mason & Lincoln Counties, seeks LGSWs & LCSWs to join our team.
Preferences
- Experience providing direct therapeutic interventions to children/adolescents/aging/families/couples strongly preferred. - Experience working with underserved communities.
Duties 
1) Provides evidenced-based therapeutic interventions for individuals, families, or groups experiencing psychological or emotional problems related to stress, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, or family-related problems.
2) Administers various tests such as psychological tests, personality inventories, and intelligence quotient tests to identify behavioral or personality traits and intelligence levels. Reviews results to evaluate client needs.
3) Plans and administers therapeutic treatment such as behavior modification and stress management therapy to assist patients in controlling disorders and other psychological problems.
4) Documents goals and progress related to individual client needs.
5) Consults with medical doctor or other specialists concerning treatment plan and amends plan as directed.
6) Refers client to supportive services to supplement treatment and therapy.
7) Will participate as part of a treatment team to include regular team meetings, integrated care, supervisors, case managers, etc.
8) Will provide services in multiple settings, which may include a client's home, school or workplace.
9) Other duties as assigned.
Job Types: Full-time
Pay: $34.00 - $42.00 per hour
Incentives: Benefits available, FREE clinical supervision, flexible work schedules, some time to work from home, and monthly bonuses!
For more info or to apply, please send your resume and a brief paragraph about your career interests to chrisprice@mountaincarenetwork.com you can also visit our website: https://mountaincarenetwork.com/employment and submit your info!
We look forward to hearing from you!
COVID-19 considerations: The safety of our clients and team members is of the utmost importance. As essential employees, we will work with each of our team members to provide appropriate PPE that is comfortable and safe. We also provide services via Telehealth.
For more info or to apply, please send your resume and a brief paragraph about your career interests to Crystal Price at chrisprice@mountaincarenetwork.com  or visit the website: https://mountaincarenetwork.com/employment  to submit your information.  
Crystal Price, MSW, LICSW 
Mountain Care Network
Office: 304-513-3900
Cell: 304-419-8890
Fax: 304-988-4424
1021 Quarrier St, Suite 310
Charleston WV 25301
Email: info@mountaincarenetwork.com
(11.16.20)

Substance Abuse / Mental Health Therapist
The Counseling Connection is seeking an experienced Substance Abuse / Mental Health Therapist in our Charleston location. Applicants must have obtained a Master’s degree, are currently licensed (LICSW/LCSW, LPC, or psychologist), and have two years of experience.
We offer a friendly working environment, competitive salary, benefits, encourage and pay for continuing education, and supervision is provided for those seeking licensure or a higher level of licensing.
$3000.00 sign on bonus
Interested applicants send COVER LETTER and RESUME to ffazzolari@tccwv.org
Job Type: Full-time; Pay: $40,000.00 - $45,000.00 per year
(11.10.20)

Permanency Social Worker
Children’s Home Society of WV in Morgantown is seeking a full time Permanency Social Worker. This is a full-time position that requires a Bachelor’s degree in social work (BSW) or a related field, a valid social work license (LSW), a clear criminal and child abuse registry check, a valid driver’s license, and available automobile and insurance coverage. The primary duties involve case management for foster children and home study assessment for foster parents which may require 24 hour availability and irregular work hours. Interested applicants my email their resume to: 
Attn: Courtney Ringstaff, Program Supervisor cringstaff@childhswv.org 
11 Commerce Drive, Suite 102
Morgantown, WV 26501
304-284-0992
(10.6.20)

Social Worker
SWIFT Defense of Women Project is Seeking a Social Worker for a grant-funded position
GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
This is a grant-funded position that starts immediately and lasts through September 30, 2021 (the period of the grant).
The Social Worker Intervention for Trauma-Informed Defense of Women project social worker (hereafter “SWIFT Defense social worker”) will serve five public defender corporations in Kanawha, Boone, Lincoln, Fayette, Raleigh, and Logan Counties by receiving referrals of female criminal defendants, assessing the treatment needs of these defendants, and referring them to or arranging for appropriate treatment to address their underlying needs and root causes of criminal justice involvement. The SWIFT Defense social worker will be trained in trauma-informed legal practice, gender-responsive assessments, Adverse Childhood Experiences, and other assessments necessary to perform the duties of the position. For project operations, the SWIFT Defense social worker will operate out of the Kanawha County Public Defender Office (in Charleston). The SWIFT Defense social worker will be required to travel to and work collaboratively with public defenders across the six project counties and will receive referrals of criminally charged women with pending legal cases from the public defenders. Travel to regional jails and treatment programs across the region is also anticipated. Computer-based record keeping and project-specific data entry is a requirement of this position. 
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The functions listed below are those that represent the majority of the time spent working in this job. Additional functions related to the type of work and operations related to the grant position may be added as necessary.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
• Assessing female criminal defendants using trauma-informed care skills and gender-responsive assessments (training and tools provided).
• Assessing female criminal defendants for unmet treatment needs and root issues underlying criminal justice involvement.
• Assisting female criminal defendants in identifying strengths, skills, and resources to engage in treatment and meet court requirements. 
• Connecting female criminal defendants to appropriate forms of community-based treatment, including medical, vocational, mental health, and substance use programming.
• Engaging female criminal defendants in person, via telephone, through virtual platforms, or at regional jails using trauma-informed care approaches.
• Establishing relationships with community care and treatment providers (including medical care, vocational, FQHCs, substance use, and behavioral health providers) across the region and around the state.
• Tracking data related to referrals, assessment outcomes, intervention successes, treatment referrals, treatment placements, and final disposition.
• Maintaining project logs, defendant contact, defendant assessments, reports, and records in appropriate files and cloud-based database ensuring confidentiality and HIPAA compliance.
• Establishing relationships with regional jail counselors to ensure project coordination, access to and communication with project clients, and continuity of referrals.
• Developing ongoing strategies for project success and project participation in coordination with and based on feedback from the five public defender corporations (in six counties).
• Preparing monthly and/or quarterly reports as requested.
• Participating in public relations events related to the operations and outreach of the grant, as requested.
• Performing related work as assigned.
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
Bachelor or Master's in Social Work preferred; licensure not required. 
Trauma-informed care training preferred.
Experience performing substance use and/or mental health assessments preferred.
One year experience in mental health or related field.
SPECIAL CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSES:
Valid WV Driver's license, current automotive insurance, and reliable transportation is required.
CORE COMPETENCIES (KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND 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.
Technical: takes action to accurately enter collected data in a timely manner in a cloud-based system. 
Initiative: takes proactive action to complete work or resolve issues.
Judgment and Decision Making: evaluates issues and makes sound factual and clinical decisions.
Professional Development: seeks opportunities to enhance technical skills and job knowledge.
Teamwork and Cooperation: collaborates with others to fulfill the SWIFT Defense project vision, achieve project goals, and strategic objectives.
ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:
Must have the ability to provide documentation verifying legal work status.
Must be able to use a computer for data collection, data entry, and project-specific record keeping. 
Must be able to understand and comply with the SWIFT Defense project guidelines, policies, procedures, timeframes, and expectations as outlined.
Must be able to work as an interdisciplinary team member within a legal office setting. 
Must be willing to provide re-engagement opportunities and make repeat referrals for defendants as needed.
This position is grant-funded for one year (anticipated project end date of 9/30/2021). Candidates must be willing to commit to the duration of the project.
Salary is commensurate with experience.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send cover letter and resume to the attention of Tiwana Mack, Office Manager for the Kanawha County Office of the Public Defender. Resumes can be mailed to the mailing address, 816 Quarrier St., Charleston, 25301, or can be emailed to Tiwana.K.Mack@wvdefender.com   
Or see our listing on INDEED.com at https://bit.ly/3euihBh
(11.5.20)
Therapist 
Highland Clarksburg Hospital is looking for a therapist to join the team. For more information about the job please click the link below or visit our website at highlandclarksburghosptial.com  
For questions related to the position contact Valerie Hutson at 304-969-3128.
(11.4.20)
Assistant Professor and Field Director, WVSU Department of Social Work
West Virginia State University’s Department of Social Work is seeking a candidate for a full-time, faculty position to serve as the Field Director. The faculty position is a 10-month tenure track appointment. The Field Director is  responsible for the educational and administrative direction  of field education in compliance with CSWE accreditation standards and teaching courses within the BSW program including the field seminar course.  
Requirements: An MSW from CSWE accredited program, a minimum of two years of Social Work practice post-MSW, and current licensure as a LGSW, LCSW, or LICSW.  Experience with field internships and familiarity with online teaching experience are preferred.
The position will remain open until filled, but only applications received by November 18, 2020 will be assured full consideration.
Applications should consist of a cover letter,  curriculum vitae (CV), academic transcripts, copies of professional licenses, and the names,  addresses, e-mails, and current phone numbers of three professional references. Please submit  application materials via email, mail or in person to: hr@wvstateu.edu or mail to:  
West Virginia State University  
Department of Human Resources  
P. O. Box 1000, 105 Cole Complex  
Institute, WV 25112   
(11.4.20)

Masters Level Therapists
Wellspring Family Services, a division of Crittenton Services, Inc.
Masters Level Therapists with locations in Wheeling, Weirton, New Martinsville, Morgantown and Huntington
Job Description:
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.
Clients can be seen in the office, in school, in the home or via our secure Telehealth platform.
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. 
Excellent Benefits.
Job Type: Full-time, Part-Time and Contract Work Available
Pay: Starting from $40,000.00 per year
Schedule:
• Monday to Friday—schedule will be at employee discretion but office hours are 8:30am to 5pm 
COVID-19 considerations:
Currently many clients are being seen via a secure tele-health program. Clients coming into the office are required to wear a mask, have a temperature check and socially distance.
Resumes can be sent to: asmith@crittentonwv.org 
(11.3.20)

Senior Executive & Director, Institute for Youth, Education and Families
The National League of Cities' Institute for Youth, Education and Families is searching for a new Director. 
The firm that is leading our search, Odgers Berndtson, has moved quickly during the past month to assemble an initial pool of candidates for consideration. Through their efforts, we have already identified some promising applicants; recruitment will continue as we head into November.  We anticipate that a first round of interviews will begin in a few weeks, with a current goal of completing final interviews before the end of the year.
If you know of strong leaders in the public, nonprofit or philanthropic sectors who you believe might be interested in the opportunity to lead the YEF Institute, I hope you will share this position description with them at your earliest convenience.  
Potential applicants can follow up directly with the team at Odgers Berndtson by sending an email message to NLC@odgersberndtson.com  
www.nlc.org
(10.29.20)


WV Birth to Three Service Coordinators - Hancock and Brooke Counties
Skill Builders LLC, is hiring WV Birth to Three Service Coordinators to work in Hancock and Brooke Counties 
Offers the ability to work from home, flexible hours, 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 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 
(10.23.20)

Attention Social Workers:
The West Virginia Autism Training Center (WV ATC) has three openings for professionals with a passion for supporting individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder.  
 Student Support Specialist (2 Openings) – For more information, see the link below:
 Regional Autism Specialist (1 Opening)  - For more information, see the link below:
https://marshall.peopleadmin.com/postings/15328?fbclid=IwAR02GPzfRSoRztQhf7Cmwjp0K08giGwOEIop1TmuCkknC6HslpAzvWj2a5k
 For more information about the WV ATC see the links below:
https://www.marshall.edu/atc/
https://www.marshall.edu/collegeprogram/
https://www.facebook.com/WVATC/ 
For questions, contact harris106@marshall.edu
Jim Harris, Ed.D., LICSW
Associate Director
WV Autism Training Center at Marshall University
304-696-3814
harris106@marshall.edu
 The mission of the WV ATC is to provide support to individuals with autism spectrum disorders as they pursue a life of quality.
(10.19.20)

Therapist
Highland Clarksburg Hospital is looking for a therapist to join the team. For more information about the job please click the link below or visit our website at highlandclarksburghosptial.com 
For further questions related to the position you can contact me at 304-969-3128.
Valerie Hutson
Staff Development Manager 
Highland Clarksburg Hospital
vhutson@highlandhospital.net 
(10.19.20)

Permanency Social Worker
Children's Home Society of WV (Martinsburg site) is seeking a fulltime Permanency Social Worker. This position requires a Bachelor's degree in social work or a related field, a social work license or to be eligible for a provisional social work license, a clear criminal and child abuse registry check, a valid driver's license and available automobile and insurance coverage. The primary duties involve case management for foster children and home study assessments for foster parents. Competitive salary and excellent benefits package offered. Flexible schedule, tuition assistance, travel reimbursement and paid CEU opportunities available. Interested applicants may submit resume to: tcurry@childhswv.org
(10.16.20)

Mental Health Social Worker
Children’s Home Society of West Virginia Martinsburg Site is seeking a mental health social worker to provide child-centered therapy in the Jefferson County public school system four days a week with one day dedicated to planning, clinical supervision, and other administrative needs. Travel to and from the schools is reimbursable. 
Staff would be responsible to:  provide confidential individual therapy, engage caregivers in therapy services and support school staff members in meeting the mental health needs of their students. Potential candidates must possess a Master’s Degree or be working towards their Master’s Degree at an accredited university. Staff must have a valid or be eligible to hold a LGSW, LCSW, or LICSW license, have a WV Driver’s license and automobile insurance, and pass all required background checks.
Interested applicants can contact ashank@childhswv.org 
(10.15.20)

Social Worker
Mountain CAP of WV, Inc., a CDC, Child Advocacy Center’s ABC Program has one Social Work position in Upshur County. This is a full-time, benefitted position that will work with school-aged children in in the home and in the classroom (Covid-19 adaptations in place). This position requires the applicant, at minimum, to be eligible for a Provisional Social Work License (supervision provided – please check the WV Board of Social Work website for eligibility) and the applicant must have experience in working with children and families. Requires clear CIB, APS/CPS, sex offender registry background checks, and clean driving record. Provide resume, letter of interest, and four professional references to lmcdaniels@mountaincap.com  . Competitive salary, commensurate with experience. Open until filled. EOE.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $33,000.00 - $41,000.00 per year
(10.15.20)

Behavioral Health Program Director 
Archway Station, Inc.
Cumberland, Maryland 
Archway Station, a private 501(c) nonprofit agency providing community-based psychiatric and other rehabilitation services in Allegany County, Maryland, is seeking a full-time Behavioral Health Program Director. The successful candidate will provide oversight of all Behavioral Health Services, including Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program Services that support adults recovering from serious mental illness and for children overcoming serious emotional and/or behavioral problems. Qualifications and other details of the position include:  Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Social Work/Psychology preferred with credentialing as a licensed mental health professional or pursuing licensure at application. Three (3) years of supervisory experience is preferred.  Schedule: Monday thru Friday (some flexibility allowed), with occasional evening and/or weekend hours for training and marketing opportunities.  Salary range: $49,743.00 - $59,991.00, depending on education and experience.  Benefits: Health insurance, 401k with up to 6% employer match, generous paid leave. If you qualify and are interested in this position, please submit your resume to tina.thomas@archwaystation.net  by Sunday, October 18, 2020. Job Type: Full-time management level Salary: $49,743.00 - $59,991.00 per year Archway Station is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
(10.14.20)

Shepherd University's Counseling Services Department is looking for qualified candidates to apply for the position of Counselor with our dynamic team.
This is a full-time, 11-month position with benefits located in Shepherdstown, WV. 
Minimum requirements for this position include:
• Master's degree in social work, counseling, or a related field.
• Current independent clinical license in social work or counseling.
• Five or more years of experience, preferably in the higher education setting or with young adults.
• Experience with acute psychiatric conditions is a plus.
• Values, knowledge, and experience supporting diverse students with a particular training/awareness of social justice, equity, and inclusion practices.  
The position is open until filed and we are currently accepting applications. To complete the application process, please select the link below. 
For more information about Shepherd University and Counseling Services, please explore our website at www.shepherd.edu or https://www.shepherd.edu/counseling. 
(10.13.20)

Permanency Social Worker
Children’s Home Society of WV in Wheeling is seeking a full time Permanency Social Worker. This is a full-time position that requires a Bachelor’s degree in social work (BSW) or a related field, a valid social work license (LSW), a clear criminal and child abuse registry check, a valid driver’s license, and available automobile and insurance coverage. The primary duties involve case management for foster children and home study assessment for foster parents which may require 24 hour availability and irregular work hours. Interested applicants my email their resume to:
Attn: Kara Huff, Site Manager  khuff@childhswv.org 
1329 National Rd
Wheeling, WV 26003
(10.13.20)

WV Birth to Three Service Coordinators
Skill Builders LLC, is hiring WV Birth to Three Service Coordinators to work in Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan Counties 
Offers the ability to work from home, flexible hours, 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 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 
(10.13.20)

Catholic Charities WV Seeking a  Case Manager - Romney office 
Catholic Charities WV is seeking a full-time Case Manager, who will be responsible for the coordination of program services at the Eastern Region’s Romney office, which serves Grant, Hampshire, Hardy and Mineral counties. This includes programs which have the goal of helping families and individuals become more self-reliant and improve their overall circumstances.
The essential job duties include: oversee and manage client assistance programs; develop and maintain ongoing working relationships with agency partners, community social service agencies, faith-based organizations, schools, and coalitions to meet the larger needs of the community; coordinate and manage special projects; participate in organization, community, and social service/interagency meetings, including, but not limited to advisory council, vicariate and disaster meetings; help promote the organization and its services through speaking engagements, news articles, etc.; participate in resource development and fundraisers; and recruit, train and oversee volunteers.

Qualifications include:  a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related field; experience working with at-risk and vulnerable populations; excellent computer skills; knowledge of federal, state and community resources, case management practices and populations served, and their culture and needs; excellent communication and interpersonal skills; ability to work collaboratively in a team environment; willingness to adapt to change in schedule, including evenings and weekends, if necessary; and must have transportation to travel as needed.
Please email resume, cover letter, and three professional references by Wednesday,  October 21 2020 , to: tbartlett@ccwva.org   Application materials can also be delivered to:  Trina Bartlett, Eastern Regional Director, Catholic Charities WV, 224 South Queen Street, Martinsburg, WV 25401
(10.12.20)

Social Worker/Forensic Interviewer 
SOCIAL WORKER - GRANT -- CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER -- WOMEN & CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL (JOB ID: 304), Charleston Area Medical Center, Charleston, WV
Job Summary
Provision of specialized psychosocial services to inpatients and outpatients and their families served by CAMC. Includes: Counseling, crisis intervention, implementation and coordination of services for discharge plan, referrals, and other professional services as may be required.
Responsibilities
• Receive referrals from case coordinators, nursing, and physicians to coordinate and implement the discharge plan as needed. • Coordinate out of home placements with patient/family/and other facilities. • Assist patients and families in understanding and making constructive use of patient care services and community resources (lodging, parking, meals, transportation, prescriptions, government entitlement program referrals, etc.). • Identify socioeconomic conditions relevant to the health status of patients and stays current in knowledge of various program eligibility guidelines. • Complete required psycho-social assessments for ESRD, Home Training, pre and post kidney transplant, and rehab patients. Complete other psycho-social assessments as appropriate or needed. • Assist patients and families with psycho-social adjustment to illness or injury, including: crisis intervention, bereavement issues regarding loss, psycho-social support, support groups, establish treatment plans, etc. • Respond to referrals for patients and families with complex issues and needs including: • Respond to educational needs of the staff and community, specifically related to social work issues such as advance directives, teen pregnancy, abuse/neglect issues, etc. • Education to patient/family/community on advance directives. • Assistance to patient and family with completion of advance directives, organ donation, etc. • Procure and manage community donations for ESRD, Baptist Ministries, and Good Samaritan Fund, etc. • Participate on hospital committees as needed, that are necessary and appropriate such as Ethics, Quality Improvement Councils, Medical Audit, Patient Care, etc. • Provide psycho-social support to CAMC employees for ongoing therapeutic intervention. • Assist in facilitation of communication to patient, family, police, employer, and others as necessary and appropriate. • Works as an integral part of the interdisciplinary team of assigned area. • Document all action done for or with patient/family in Medical Records.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
1. Maintain and document all applicable required education. 2. Demonstrate positive customer service and co-worker relations. 3. Comply with the company's attendance policy. 4. Participate in the continuous, quality improvement activities of the department and institution. 5. Perform work in a cost effective manner. 6. Perform work in accordance with all departmental pay practices and scheduling policies, including but not limited to, overtime, various shift work, and on-call situations. 7. Perform work in alignment with the overall mission and strategic plan of the organization. 8. Follow organizational and departmental policies and procedures, as applicable. 9. Perform related duties as assigned.
Education 
• Master's Degree (Required) Education: Social Work or Education or Psychology or Counseling or Sociology Experience: 1 year related experience Substitution: Bachelor Degree in Social Work + 5-7 Years Experience May be Substituted for MSW and 1 Year Related Experience.
Credentials 
• Licensed Social Worker (Required)
Work Schedule: Days
Location: Women & Children's Hospital
Location of Job: US:WV:Charleston
(10.8.20)

EARLY HEAD START FAMILY SERVICE SPECIALIST (230 DAYS, FULL-TIME)
Monongalia County
Position:  
Early Head Start Family Service Specialist 
Position Function:  
Deliver program services as  
described in the Head Start  
Performance Standards.  
Qualifications: 
Licensure:  Social Work 
Education:  Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW), preferred
Questions, contact jgrim@k12.wv.us  
For more information and to apply, follow link below:
(10.9.20)

Accessibility Specialist - Office of Accessibility Services (WVU Potomac State College) 14820 
Description
 The Office of Accessibility Services (OAS) at WVU Potomac State College is seeking applications for an Accessibility Specialist. This position is responsible for meeting individually with students to review their documentation and to discuss student needs. Specialists authorize appropriate disability-related accommodations and provide guidance on the implementation of accommodations at West Virginia University.
In order to be successful in this position, the ideal candidate will:
• Communicate and collaborate with students, parents, faculty, and other stakeholders to provide guidance about accommodations and services authorized by the Office of Accessibility Services at West Virginia University, including policies and procedures related to accommodations
• Review and analyze supporting documentation (medical, psychological, etc.) to determine the student’s eligibility for accommodations at WVU
• Authorize appropriate accommodations by synthesizing information from written documentation, students, parents, various professionals, and other stakeholders
• Communicate and collaborate with students and faculty to assist with the effective implementation of accommodations
• Accurately and punctually record electronic data within the SAMM database, including documentation, forms, releases, case notes, and other pertinent information about each interaction with the student related to accommodation
• Engage in continuing education and professional growth activities related to disability services in higher education
• Participate in projects and assignments related to the architectural and programmatic growth of OAS
Qualifications
  • Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling, Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, Education, Special Education, or related field required.
• One (1) year experience working in a disability services unit in higher education. Counseling or clinical skills are preferred. Experience obtained in graduate school is accepted.
• Knowledge of the principles, practices, and terminology used in the medical, psychological, and technical evaluation of disabilities
• Knowledge of federal, state, and local laws regarding access for people with disabilities
• Knowledge of University policies, programs, and resources related to accessibility services
• Skill with counseling, case management, and delivery of specialized professional consultation related to disability issues
• Skill working with individuals with a range of disabilities, including psychiatric, attention, learning, vision, hearing, and mobility disabilities
• Skill with basic word processing software, databases, and spreadsheets
• Ability to observe, assess, and record symptoms, reactions, and progress of students with disabilities
• Ability to analyze requests for accommodation and develop plans for the provision of reasonable accommodations
• Ability to communicate effectively with persons with disabilities and other members of the University community
• Ability to maintain confidentiality standards
• Ability to travel to all campuses within the WVU system
About WVU  
At West Virginia University, we pride ourselves on a tireless endeavor for achievement. We are home to some of the most passionate, innovative minds in the country who push their limits for the sake of progress, constantly moving the world forward. Our students, faculty and staff make this institution one of the best out there, and we are proud to stand as one voice, one university, one WVU. Find out more about your opportunities as a Mountaineer at https://talentandculture.wvu.edu/
West Virginia University is proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer, and is the recipient of an NSF ADVANCE award for gender equity. The University values diversity among its faculty, staff, and students, and invites applications from all qualified applicants regardless of race, ethnicity, color, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, nationality, genetics, disability, or Veteran status.
Job Posting
: Sep 21, 2020
Posting Classification: Non-Classified
Exemption Status: Exempt
Benefits Eligible: Yes
Schedule
: Full-time
(10.9.20)

Positive Behavior Support Specialist
The West Virginia University Research Corporation is seeking applications for a full-time (40hpw), benefits eligible, PBS Program Assistant for the WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities located in Morgantown, WV. This position will perform clerical and administrative functions following established policies, procedures, and methods in support of the Principal Investigator, Program Manager, and staff of the Positive Behavior Support Program. Questions, contact aheasley@hsc.wvu.edu
(10.5.20)

Hospice Medical Social Worker
Contact: Karissa Zenere, Recuiter
Email: Karissa.gasca@amedisys.com
Phone:773-414-9387
Job description: Hospice Medical Social Worker-20008186 
Clinical environment: Offer social service support to patients and families one-on-one in their home environment during end-of-life 
Ongoing support: Continuing education, training, tuition assistance and more
Clinical distinction: High-level clinical services with outstanding outcomes
Schedule: Full-time 
Primary Location: United States-West Virginia-Morgantown 
Organization: Hospice 
What You Will Do:
Assist and counsel hospice patients and families with health related financial, social and emotional concerns
according to the physician’s orders.
•                     Provides social work services, under medical supervision, in accordance with the patient’s Plan of Care.
•                     Demonstrates competency in skills required by the care center.
•                     Assists the physician and other members of the hospice team to understand the significance of social and emotional factors related to terminally ill patients care.
•                     Assesses and reassesses social and emotional factors in order to help the patient and family to cope with problems of end-of-life care and to help them follow hospice team recommendations to maximize the patient’s quality of life.
•                     Counsels patients and families concerning financial concerns, life review, positive family relationships and quality of life, and care giving issues.
•                     Recognizes and utilizes community and family resources to assist in maintaining independence and quality of life.
•                     Assists with the development of the Plan of Care with the Interdisciplinary Team (IDT), patient and family to deal with personal, financial and environmental difficulties that may interfere with quality
•                     of life at the end of life.
•                     Participates in discharge planning, as appropriate.
•                     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.
•                     Keeps abreast of social work trends and knowledge.
•                     Supervises staff assigned to the team and conducts performance evaluations of each.
•                     Participates in in-service programs.
•                     Participates in the care center’s quality improvement program.
•                     Provides in-service to other hospice agency personnel or external customers at least annually, when requested.
Qualifications
Required:
•                     Has a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree from a school of social work accredited by the Council on Social Work Education and 
•                     Has 1 year of social work experience in a healthcare setting.
(10.6.20)

Social Worker MSW-Obstetrics & Gynecology
WVU Medicine / University Health Associates
Requisition Number 20-0300
Post Date 9/1/2020
Department UHA-OB/GYN
Cost Center OB/GYN
Title Social Worker MSW-Obstetrics & Gynecology -60173
BiWeekly Work Hours 80
Employment Status Full-Time
Shift Day
City Morgantown/Waynesburg
Description
Position Summary: 
The Social Worker comprehensively plans for care management of targeted patient populations. Performs resource management, facilitation, and referral to other levels of care. Works collaboratively with the multidisciplinary care team to facilitate achievement of desired treatment outcomes. The social worker intervenes with patients who have complex psychosocial needs, require assistance with eligibility determination for social programs and funding sources, and qualify for community assistance from a variety of special funds and agencies. The social workers serve as patient advocates and counselors, perform psychological assessments, refer patients and families to medical resources and provide patient and family assistance in obtaining financial and legal assistance.  In addition, offers crisis intervention to patients and families with psychosocial needs and collaborates with the patient care team in the development of care for all patients including high-risk patient population. The social worker will also participate in ongoing management of these patients.  Most importantly, a LICSW/LCSW works to assure that the best interests of the patient are met.
Provide healthcare services consistent with state law and the requirements of the professional licensing or certification authority and/or hospital privileges, where applicable.  Such service may include, but are not limited to. 
Minimum Qualifications:
- Master’s Degree in Social Work.
- LGSW, LCSW or LICSW or a temporary Social Work permit and must obtain permanent licensure within the first six months of employment OR LPC or provisional licensure certificate.  Must have appropriate licensure for the state of practice.
Please click on the link below to open and review the detailed job description and minimum qualifications:
Social Worker-MSW - OBGYN
Notes To Applicants This position would staff MFM sub-section 2d/wk.; 1 or 2 telehealth only visit days; and Waynesburg and/or Bridgeport
LICSW in WV and LCSW in PA required
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here.
The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)
(10.3.20)

Therapists
Hawse Health is continuing to respond to our community with the expansion of Behavioral Health Services.  Are you looking for an opportunity to provide high quality, affordable, comprehensive health care to all people?  Would you like to be a part of a compassionate and professional team providing both School Based Behavioral Health Services and Center Based Behavioral Health Services?  Currently, recruitment remains underway for full-time therapists in the following locations:   
Hampshire County, WV (9 additional therapist needed) 
Wardensville, WV (1 therapist needed) 
Petersburg, WV (1 therapist needed). 
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 or be license eligible (LPC, LGSW, LCSW, LICSW, or Psychologist). Competitive salary ($43,000 to $80,000 dependent upon licensure/experience/performance) and benefits package is offered. Benefits include health insurance, CEU stipends, paid leave (personal, vacation, sick, continuing education), clinical supervision, and possible loan repayment.  
If you are interested in being part of a professional team that is making a difference in the lives of our communities and the individuals we serve then please contact Ken Powers, Director of Behavioral Health Services at 304-897-5915 Ext 261 or by email kpowers@hawsehealth.com .
(10.2.20) 

Prevention and Outreach Specialist
First Choice Services
1 Hillcrest Drive, Charleston, WV 25311
Urgently hiring
Job details
Job Type Full-time
Number of hires for this role 1
Benefits
• 401(k)
• Dental insurance
• Disability insurance
• Health insurance
• Paid time off
• Retirement plan
• Vision insurance
Qualifications
• Experience: 
• Outreach, 1 year (Preferred)
• Prevention, 1 year (Preferred)
Full Job Description
Position Overview 
The First Choice Prevention and Outreach Specialist is responsible for the growth of prevention and outreach programs. The Prevention and Outreach Specialist will develop and promote problem gambling prevention strategies, and be a point of contact for community partners. In addition, this position will assist on several crisis helplines, assisting callers with information and referral for needed resources. The Prevention and Outreach Specialist is characterized by their determination, drive, and passion for FCS Problem Gambler mission.
Essential Job Functions
· Assist in expansion of prevention and outreach programs
· Point of contact for prevention grantees and community partners
· Promote and coordinate effective community-based problem gambling prevention and outreach strategies, including special populations and other (exhibits, general program presentations)
· Collaboration with various community partners, participation with community coalitions and similar groups
· Participate in NCPG prevention committee
· Serve as backup for other helpline tasks – answer lines/chats, f/u calls, mailers, obtain and make appointments
• Gather and exchange information based on the caller’s needs and individual circumstances
• Communicate information about various appropriate treatment services and available supports without bias
• Answer incoming calls, texts and chats, and document caller interactions with the electronic database as well as within other systems as needed
• Follow-up with callers to monitor and track success, field concerns and provide further information, referral and support as needed
• Respect each caller’s privacy rights under HIPPA and other applicable laws and regulations during the provision of services
· Event preparation – assist with binders, printing, and perform other tasks as needed
· Assist with other FCS outreach and become knowledgeable of FCS programs
· Provide all services in an ethical manner while maintaining participant dignity
· Participate in professional development, staff meetings, continuing education, quality improvement and performance review as required
· Provide for the safety and wellbeing of callers following all applicable mandated reporter and duty of care standards
· Adhere to all FCS policies and procedures
Non-Essential Job Functions
· Contribute to the overall strength of the agency and the department by completing all other duties as assigned.
Requirements
· Associate’s Degree required; Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Prevention Specialist Certification desirable.
· Experience in community-based prevention and outreach strategies.
· Strong written and verbal communication skills.
· Compassion and empathy to appropriately respond to the unique circumstances and needs of all callers.
· Ability to access information through computer systems while interacting with callers via text, phone and chat.
· Good judgment related to managing challenging callers, requesting /support as necessary and handling unique situations.
· High attention to detail.
· Passion for helping others in the area of problem gambling; as well as, suicide prevention, mental health and other addictions.
· Ability to work with co-workers, callers and administrators in a respectful and cooperative manner regardless of differences in values or opinions.
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.
Working Environment
· A climate controlled, contact center environment. Constant usage of phone and computer systems.
Physical Requirements
· Extensive computer work with long periods of sitting in a typical call center work environment.
· Limited physical effort required with limited exposure to physical risk.
· Ability to lift 35 pounds unassisted. Heavier weight with assistance.
· Ability to work evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays as required
Company's website: firstchoiceservices.org
Company's Facebook page: @FirstChoiceServicesWV
Benefit Conditions:
• Waiting period may apply
• Only full-time employees eligible
Work Remotely: No
Any questions, contact jdaviswalton@firstchoiceservices.org   
Director of Gambling Addiction Services 
(10.2.20)
Counselors - Upward Bound Program
West Virginia University, a flagship, land-grant, R1 institution in Morgantown, WV, is hiring two counselor positions for our Upward Bound program. These would be excellent opportunities for MSW graduates interested in working in education and wraparound services.
Please see the links below for more information and to apply:
Please share widely with your networks-TRIO Works! Questions, contact lsouthe1@mail.wvu.edu 
(10.1.20)

Executive Director
National Association of Social Workers – Maine Chapter
The Maine Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), with a statewide membership of 800, is seeking a Part- Time Executive Director who with demonstrate leadership and management skills. In addition, applicants should have a substantial knowledge of and a strong commitment to the social work profession and social work values, with an awareness of the diversity of social work practice.  Applicants should also be able to engage, inspire, and mobilize the Association’s membership.  NASW is the largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world, with 120,000 members nationwide. NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound social policies. The Chapter Executive Director reports to the NASW Deputy Director of Chapter Operations at the National Office and is accountable to the Maine Chapter Board of Directors.
Position requires:
• Senior leadership experience working with professional or non-profit organizations and their volunteer Boards
• Minimum of 5 years of executive level experience
• College degree required; MSW preferred
• Exceptional executive management skills, including the ability to provide oversight for organizational and leadership development priorities, relevant legislative efforts, membership services, staff supervision, strategic planning experience, and continuing education programs
• Demonstrated budget and financial management skills
• Solid program planning and implementation skills
• Strong public policy experience and skills
• Strong advocacy and legislative experience and skills
• Community organizing experience
• Exceptional written and oral communications skills
• Experience working with traditional and social media
• Commitment to providing excellent membership support and engagement
• Experience in fundraising, grant writing and management
• Basic proficiency with Office products software, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint, as well as working in the online/ “cloud” environment.
The Chapter office is located in Augusta, Maine; travel required to other Maine communities, as needed. Competitive salary, plus excellent benefits, including 401k and health insurance.
Application deadline:  November 5, 2020
Only electronic applications will be accepted. Applicants will email a cover letter and résumé addressing above qualifications, to: mainenasw@gmail.com , Subject title “ Maine Executive Director”.
NASW-ME is an equal opportunity employer, committed to a policy of equal opportunity and non-discrimination.  Applicants from diverse communities are encouraged to apply.
(9.28.20)

Mental Hygiene Examiner
Valley HealthCare System is hiring a Mental Hygiene Examiner. We are currently offering a $1,500 sign on bonus. 
NATURE OF WORK: 
To provide an examination and preliminary diagnosis of individuals who are the subject of a mental hygiene proceeding (respondent), with the goal of determining if they suffer from mental illness and/or addiction, and whether they present an immediate danger to themselves or others.  This evaluation will be presented at a mental hygiene hearing and will function as a recommendation to the court as to the disposition of the respondent. 
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
•                     LICSW, LPC or Licensed Psychologist
•                     Ability to obtain and maintain CPR, First Aid, and MANDT Certifications.
•                     Ability to comply with Client’s Rights.
•                     Ability to comply with all agency and departmental safety procedures.
•                     Ability to read, write, understand and speak the English language.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
•                     Experience in Crisis Intervention work
•                     Experience working in the Mental Health field
•                     Knowledge of current commitment laws
•                     Knowledge of community resources for behavioral health problems including mental illness, substance abuse, and intellectual/developmental disabilities.
Resumes can be emailed to Nhouser@valleyhealthcare.org
(9.28.20)

Licensed Therapist
National Youth Advocate Program
Full time services to youth and families in Martinsburg area.
MSW/MA in Social Work or Counseling and WV License or license-eligible.
Competitive salary and benefits.
Apply online at: www.nyap.org/careers
Email resume to kamiller@nyap.org
(9.28.20)

Licensed Mental Health Therapist
Rainelle Medical Center (RMC) has a full-time position open for a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW), Licensed Certified Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Graduate Social Worker (LGSW), Licensed Clinical Psychologist or Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) to work in our Behavioral Health program and school based health clinic. 
Some travel may be required. Positions available in Greenbrier and Mercer Counties. Excellent benefits package and student loan repayment available. RMC is a federally qualified health center (FQHC). Please forward your resume to Laura Eagle at leagle@rmchealth.org or fax to 304.438.4037. EOE
(9.28.20)
Children’s Crisis Respite Workers
Prestera Center is currently seeking individuals to fill grant-funded positions.
Please forward this to Social Work students or anyone you know would be interested. 
The positions are for Children’s Crisis Respite Workers for a new program we are starting this month:
Children’s Crisis Respite in Cabell county, which requires a high school diploma/GED. The hourly rate is $10.00 an hour and we are open to the positions being full-time or part-time. The respite program will operate Monday through Friday evenings 5pm – 8pm (or 9pm on Fridays) and Saturday from 9am-4pm. I have attached a copy of the job description for your reference.
Applications may be completed online at our website http://www.prestera.org/careers/employment-opportunities/
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact Raquel Muñoz by email at raquel.munoz@prestera.org or phone, 304-525-7851 ext. 1129.
(9.22.20)