Job Listings

We are seeking an enthusiastic, energetic and motivated clinical social worker to join our supportive multidisciplinary team providing outpatient mental health care for clients in a rural community with psychological/behavioral problems.
This position includes excellent health insurance benefits and competitive pay.  Candidates must be licensed at the Master’s level (LGSW, LCSW, LICSW).  LICSW supervision and other training and professional development opportunities are available. 
Application for loan forgiveness through Health Professional Shortage Area (HPSA), and the Health resources and Services Administration (HRSA) possible after the candidate meets minimum criteria through the guidelines.
Interested candidates should email their cover letter and resume to Janie Howsare, LICSW, MPA  janiehowsare@gmail.com
(7.15.19)

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Camden Family Health currently 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 programs.  Applicant will provide behavioral health services at our centers and in our School Based Behavioral Health Programs.  Applicants must be able to work independently and under supervision as a member of a Primary Care Team. Travel between locations will be required. Competitive salary and benefit package is available.  Forward a letter of interest and resume to Camden Family Health 10003 Webster Rd. Camden on Gauley, WV 26208 or email to HR@cog-wv.org . You may also apply at www.camdenfamilyhealth.com  
(7.15.19)

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Position opening for full time BSW/MSW social worker for Grant Memorial Hospital, Petersburg, WV.  Days with occasional weekends.  Applicant must have current West Virginia social work license. Previous two years’ experience, preferred. Candidate must possess excellent interpersonal communication and negotiation skills in interactions with patients, families, physicians and health care colleagues. They must have the ability to work with people of all social, economic and cultural backgrounds and be flexible, open minded and adaptable to change. Individual must be capable of independent judgment and action regarding the psychosocial needs of the patient.
If interested please apply at www.grantmemorial.com  ; resources; opportunities; then pick the social worker job and hit apply now.
Contact information:
Jaime Bland, HR Generalist
304-257-1026 * 2138
jbland@grantmemorial.com
or
Paula Combs, MSW
304-257-5805
pcombs@grantmemorial.com  
(7.15.19)

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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 County
This position offers flexible hours that you schedule, 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 require travel to family’s home in and around the area listed above and is primarily days but will require some evening visits that you schedule at your and the family’s convenience.
A minimum of a BA degree, preferable in social work, education or a human service field is required OR being a parent of a child that has aged out of the WV Birth to Three System.
Please email or call for more information regarding this position.
skillbuilders1@comcast.net or contact Susan Watson at 304-282-8554
This posting/position will remain open until filled
Please post or pass on as appropriate
(7.15.19)

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Job Description for Posting Number: INSG190053

HEALTH & HUMAN RESOURCES PROGRAM MANAGER I
Closing Date: July 14, 2019

Education

TRAINING: MASTER'S DEGREE FROM AN ACCREDITED COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY IN THE AREA OF ASSIGNMENT. SUBSTITUTION: ONE YEAR OF FULL-TIME OR EQUIVALENT PART-TIME PAID EXPERIENCE AS DESCRIBED BELOW MAY SUBSTITUTE FOR THE MASTER'S DEGREE. EXPERIENCE: THREE YEARS OF FULL-TIME OR EQUIVALENT PART-TIME PAID PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE IN THE AREA OF ASSIGNMENT, ONE YEAR OF WHICH MUST HAVE BEEN IN A PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION CAPACITY. SUBSTITUTION: POST-GRADUATE TRAINING IN THE AREA OF ASSIGNMENT MAY SUBSTITUTE THROUGH AN ESTABLISHED FORMULA FOR THE NON-SUPERVISORY EXPERIENCE. PROMOTIONAL PURPOSES ONLY: EIGHT YEARS OF FULL-TIME OR EQUIVALENT PART-TIME PAID EXPERIENCE IN THE AREA OF ASSIGNMENT, ONE YEAR OF WHICH MUST HAVE BEEN IN A PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION CAPACITY.

Job Description

THIS POSITION WILL ACT AS THE FOSTER CARE OMBUDSMAN, ADVOCATING FOR THE RIGHTS OF FOSTER CHILDREN AND FOSTER PARENTS, UNDER THE GENERAL DIRECTION OF THE OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL. THIS POSITION WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR DIRECTING, MANAGING AND CARRYING OUT PROFESSIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES RELATIVE TO THE IMPLEMENTATION, COORDINATION, AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE FOSTER CARE OMBUDSMAN UNIT. THE OMBUDSMAN WILL PARTICIPATE IN ANY PROCEDURE TO INVESTIGATE AND RESOLVE COMPLAINTS FILED ON BEHALF OF A FOSTER CHILD OR FOSTER PARENT, RELATING TO ACTION, INACTION OR DECISIONS OF PROVIDERS OF MANAGED CARE SERVICES, OR THE REPRESENTATIVES OF SUCH PROVIDERS, OF PUBLIC AGENCIES, OR OF SOCIAL SERVICE AGENCIES, WHICH MAY ADVERSELY AFFECT THE HEALTH, SAFETY, WELFARE AND RIGHTS OF THE FOSTER CHILD OR FOSTER PARENTS. THE OMBUDSMAN WILL MONITOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL LEGISLATION, REGULATIONS AND POLICIES WITH RESPECT TO FOSTER CARE SERVICES. WILL ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN A STATEWIDE UNIFORM REPORTING SYSTEM TO COLLECT AND ANALYZE DATA RELATING TO COMPLAINTS FOR THE PURPOSE OF IDENTIFYING AND RESOLVING SIGNIFICANT PROBLEMS FACED BY FOSTER CHILDREN AND FOSTER PARENTS AS A CLASS THAT WILL BE SHARED WITH THE BUREAU OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN RESOURCES AND THE LEGISLATIVE OVERSIGHT COMMISSION ON HEALTH AND HUMAN RESOURCES ACCOUNTABILITY ON A QUARTERLY BASIS. THE OMBUDSMAN SHALL PARTICIPATE IN ONGOING TRAINING PROGRAMS RELATED TO HIS OR HER DUTIES. THIS POSITION REQUIRES EXCELLENT WRITTEN AND ORAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS; WILL BE A LIAISON TO INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL CONSTITUENTS AND MUST HAVE THE ABILITY TO WORK INDEPENDENTLY AND BE COMFORTABLE WITH COMPUTERS AND LEARNING NEW SOFTWARE. PREFERENCE WILL BE GIVEN TO THE CANDIDATE WITH EXPERIENCE IN THE AREAS OF FOCUS. PER W. VA. CODE ¦9-5-27, THE FOSTER CARE OMBUDSMAN MUST HAVE "EXPERIENCE AS A FORMER FOSTER PARENT OR EXPERIENCE IN THE AREA OF CHILD WELFARE". AS A CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT, AN INQUIRY INTO JOB- RELATED INFORMATION WILL BE COMPLETED, WHICH MAY INCLUDE BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO, CRIMINAL RECORDS, ABUSE REGISTRY RECORDS, DRIVING RECORDS, EMPLOYMENT HISTORY, EDUCATION AND TRAINING. FAILING TO COOPERATE WITH THIS PROCESS, PROVIDING FALSE OR INCOMPLETE INFORMATION, OR DISCOVERY OF DISQUALIFYING INFORMATION WILL RESULT IN DENIAL OF OR DISMISSAL FROM EMPLOYMENT OR DENIAL OF TRANSFER IRRESPECTIVE OF WHEN DISCOVERED.

DHHR'S EEOP UTILIZATION REPORT MAY BE FOUND AT: HTTP://WWW.DHHR.WV.GOV/VIP/PAGES/WELCOME.ASPX 

PN: 0511P02631

Contact

DEBRA CALABRESE
STATE CAPITOL COMPLEX, BUILDING 6, ROOM 817-B
CHARLESTON, WV 25305

Work located in the following Counties:

KANAWHA 

Application Procedure

If you are a state employee please click here for further instructions.

If you are not a state employee please click here for further instructions.

(7.10.19)

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Crisis Intervention/Stabilization Specialist
Full Time and Part Time Positons Available
This position will be shared between the Crisis Residential Unit and the Crisis Intervention staff. They will assist with facilitating groups for our 8 bed Crisis Unit, which serves clients with substance usage disorders and mental health diagnosis. There is also a 24/7 crisis line that this position would be required to answer during their shift.  The rate of pay is $13.25 hourly, and full time will include PTO, paid holidays as well as healthcare options, and 403B Retirement. 
 Applicants should apply at www.valleyhealthcare.org under careers but can also email Nicole Houser at Nhouser@valleyhealthcare.org or call at (304)296-1731 Ext. 4569
(7.10.19)

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The Preston County Community Corrections Program is currently accepting resumes for a contractual position to facilitate substance abuse groups.   A Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or human service field is required.  Please send resumes to the attention of Krista McDonald at 101 W. Main Street, Room 103 Kingwood, WV 26537 or fax resumes to 304-329-1037 by July 26, 2019.
(7.9.19)

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CASA of Marion County Seeks Volunteer Coordinator
   The candidate must possess a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or a related field with preference given to those with experience working with volunteers and families in crisis. Candidate must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Duties of the Volunteer Coordinator include but are not limited to assisting the Executive Director with community outreach, the recruitment and training of prospective CASA volunteers, case management, preparing and conducting in-service trainings, and supervision of volunteers.    This is a 32- hour a week position with the potential for growth.   Normal business hours are 8:30 am – 4:30 pm.
CASA of Marion County prohibits discrimination of the basis of race, color, religion, creed, sex, age, marital status, national origin, mental or physical disability, political belief or affiliation, veteran status, or sexual orientation, and any other class of individuals protected from discrimination under state or federal law in any aspect of the Court Appointed Special Advocate Program or Activities.
Please submit resume to Executive Director at casaofmarion@frontier.com or mail to CASA of Marion County, 112 Adams Street RM. 205, Fairmont, WV 26554. (304) 366-4198.
(7.9.19)

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Diamond Healthcare is seeking to fill a part-time Weekend Crisis Counselor position at the Behavioral Health Pavilion of the Virginias in Bluefield WV
Note: Weekends SATURDAYS OR SUNDAYS AND REQUIRES A COMMITMENT FOR 12 HOURS EACH SATURDAY OR SUNDAY.  POSITION IS LOCATED IN BLUEFIELD WVa.
The Crisis Worker responds to crisis inquiries and intakes (phone and face-to-face); provides clinical screening and crisis intervention services; mobilizes internal and external resources; establishes appropriate stabilization and disposition of each case in coordination with psychiatric staff; and ensures appropriate information/referral for follow-up care in cases not requiring admission to hospital services.
Qualifications Needed:
•            Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree.
•            Knowledge of or experience in working with mental health or chemical dependency field.
•            Ability to work cooperatively with the program staff.
•            Good communication and organizational skills.
•            Clinical experience sufficient to perform required clinical assessment services.
•            Training in non-violent crisis intervention.
•            Current CPR certification.
Requires access to transportation.
For details and to apply, Go to our career page at www.diamondhealthjobs.com select West Virginia for the location.  Or just email your resume directly to the Recruiting Coordinator, rmullins@diamondhealth.com  
(7.3.19)
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Work for the NASW Ohio Chapter - We’re hiring a Development Associate!
Join our small but mighty three-person team at the Ohio Chapter of NASW. We’re looking for a social worker who is enthusiastic about the profession and experienced in administrative functions and event planning. This person will represent NASW and build our capacity by managing our Chapter’s events and membership recruitment and retention. Applicants need to have a degree in social work and be able to work at our office in Columbus, Ohio. Salary $40,000-$50,000. Women, minorities, and disabled folks are strongly encouraged to apply. Get the job description and application at naswoh.org/hiring.
(7.3.19)
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Grandfamilies Social Worker
The Family Service of Marion and Harrison Counties, Inc.
A.         Position Summary:
This position provides specialized case management and support services to grandparents raising grandchildren as specified in the “The Healthy Grandfamilies Project.” This program is funded by United Way funds. This project will offer grandfamilies a series of 9 workshops delivered in Marion and Taylor Counties combined with case management services over a 6-month period per cohort. Workshops will be delivered through The Family Service. Social Worker will provide the intervention’s case management component. The Social Worker will be involved in all phase of the project as specified below.
B.         Reports To:     Counselor I
C.         Qualifications:
1.         Personal: The Social Work position requires:
                        a.         An interest in people, sensitivity, warmth in relationships, integrity, and flexibility.
                        b.         Professional discipline.
                        c.         The insight and capacity to mature.
                        d.         An interest in the field of casework and the willingness to continue adding to professional abilities and competence.
                        e.         Valid West Virginia Driver’s License
                        f.          Must be able to pass a criminal background and abuse registry check and prior employment background check.
            2.         Professional:  The following requirements are necessary:
a.                  A BSW degree plus experience working with grandfamilies preferred.
b.      West Virginia Social Work License required.
c.       Experience in direct practice with individuals, families, and groups.
                        f.          A working knowledge of therapeutic theory and of sociological concepts related to the family; and knowledge of individual and family psychology; family pathology; and family centered casework treatment.
                        g.         The ability to apply this knowledge to practice.
                        h.         The ability to exercise independent casework judgment.
                        i.          Facility in verbal and written communication.
                        j.          Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to maintain a positive collaborative relationship among staff.
D.         Duties and Responsibilities:
•         Collect participant data using the Granfamilies Assessment Form (pre and post), and Action Planning Form
•         Provide follow-up home and phone visits with participants following their completion of the participant workshops to assist them in implementing their Action Plans.
•         Refer families to community resources as needed.
•         Help families develop Action Plans as part of their participation in the workshop.
•         Help families revise Action Plans as needed.
•         Assist participants in making arrangements for transportation and child care as needed to facilitate their participation in the workshops.
•         Help families phase out of the project at the end of 6 months by helping them transition to community programs services as specified in their Action Plans.
•         Attend and participate in statewide, regional, and local meetings and trainings as required to improve the case management component of the project.
            3.                     Community services:
                        a.         Develop a good working knowledge of all other community resources in the local areas.
                        b.         Conduct initial contacts with all other referral agencies to explain and learn agency functions, referral processes, and to develop coordination with all other agencies in Marion and Harrison Counties, and other referral sources as indicated by the caseload.
                        d.         Assist in the overall public relations of the Agency within the community at large.
E.         Physical Demands
The Social Worker must be able to drive throughout Harrison County and make home visits in a variety of physical locations, some of which might require climbing stairs and walking short distances. Manual dexterity is needed to complete office task such as using a computer and copier.
F.        Work Environment
           The work environment is representative of a typical office setting when not in community. The Social Worker will work out of a designated office where noise levels should not exceed a moderate level.
Interested candidates, please email cover letter and resume to MelissaWebb@wvfamilyservices.org or fax to (304) 366-4753.
(6.17.19)

Mission West Virginia Kinship Navigator/Coordinator
Multiple positions will be hired across the state.
Hires will be employed by Mission West Virginia but will be housed in DHHR offices in their local area.
Job Type: Full-time
Candidates will be hired in different regions of the state.
Mission West Virginia, Inc., a non-profit providing services statewide, seeks a candidate to work with relative and kinship families to ensure that they receive necessary services and appropriate resources. The primary goal is to ensure that all needs are met for relative/kinship families in as timely a manner as possible. Bachelor’s degree in human service field with working knowledge of the foster care system required. Licensed social worker preferred. Knowledge of DHHR FACTS system preferred.
Send resume and cover letter describing experience, including references to Rachel Kinder at rkinder@missionwv.org
EOE.
(6.7.19)


Immediate opening for FULLTIME Social Worker at Mountain Hospice.  Applications can be completed at www.mountainhospice.com 
Competitive benefits including paid holidays and mileage.
Requires a WV Social Work license and degree in Social Work.
(6.6.19)


Academy Programs in Fairmont, WV has an immediate opening for Residential THERAPIST for  adolescents 12-18yrs old. This is a full-time position that requires a MSW or Masters in Counseling. Must have a license or be license eligible, as well as pass criminal and CPS background checks. Pay is $38,500 for licensed and $35,000 for non-licensed with incentive benefits. Primary job responsibilities include: weekly individual therapy, monthly family therapy, and group therapy 4x weekly. 
Email questions and/or resume to jwillett@academyprograms.org
(6.5.19)

Skill Builders LLC, a WV Birth to Three Service Coordination Agency, is looking to hire WV Birth to Three Service Coordinators to work in Nicolas, Braxton and Webster Counties
Flexible hours, hourly rate, and the opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of children and families in your community.
Position requires travel to family’s home in and around the areas listed. Primarily daytime but will require some evening visits that you schedule at your and the family’s convenience.
Requires minimum of a BA degree, preferable in social work, education or a human service field 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
(6.5.19)


The Children's Home Society's Morgantown location has an opening for a Permanency Social Worker. This is a full -time position that requires a BSW, and LSW or ability to become a Licensed Social Worker, 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: Brandi Davis, Regional Director bdavis@childhswv.org
(6.3.19)


Seeking LSW's for contracted in-home visitation positions in WV. Must have active WVlicense. Provide Right From the Start services to Medicaid eligible pregnant woment & infants. $30+ per billable hour. Full or P/T positions available. Contact Chris Prower, LSW 304 962-4586 or email rivertown@email.com
(6.3.19)


Director of Behavioral Health Programs, WV Higher Education Policy Commission
Position Title: Director of Behavioral Health Programs
Classification: Full Time, Non-Classified, Exempt, Benefits-Eligible
This position serves the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission (Commission) and the West Virginia Council for Community and Technical College Education (Council) whose offices are located at 1018 Kanawha Boulevard, East, Charleston, West Virginia.
Overview: Reporting to the Senior Director of Health Sciences and the Interim Director of Student Services, the Director of Behavioral Health Programs identifies and advances initiatives and stakeholder partnerships to improve the state’s behavioral health workforce. The Director also works with campuses to improve campus level programming focused on awareness, prevention and support for students dealing with behavioral health challenges.
Duties and Responsibilities:
External Relations
* Act as a first point of contact for all statewide behavioral health workforce development and campus level behavioral health initiatives.
* Engage partners from multiple sectors to achieve collective impact in addressing the state’s behavioral health workforce needs through the implementation of programming, policy change, and educational offerings.
* Work with campuses to assess student behavioral health needs and build infrastructure to better address needs.
* Represent the Commission on behavioral health workforce and campus health related committees. Staff external committees as needed.
Policymaking Activities
* Liaise with the Higher Education Policy Commission, West Virginia Legislature, and other state agencies and serve as a spokesperson on issues related to the state’s behavioral health workforce development and campus behavioral health issues.
* Evaluate proposed legislation, regulations and responds to ad hoc legislative requests.
Programmatic Activities
* Administer a loan repayment program for behavioral health providers to incentivize more West Virginians to pursue behavioral health careers.
* Administer a grantmaking program that provides mini grants to campuses to increase campus behavioral health capacity and support workforce development initiatives.
* Implement programming aimed at the promotion of mental and emotional health and suicide prevention for all students.
* Identify potential grant opportunities, draft applications, and coordinate applications that involve multiple partners, and assist in the implementation of grant funded programming for the agency, campuses and/or other behavioral health stakeholders.
Administrative Responsibilities
* Fiscal and administrative management of both incoming and outgoing grants.
* Coordinate logistics related to meeting and trainings.
* Develop, implement, and evaluate a short-term and long-term strategic plan aligned with the duties and responsibilities outlined in this job description.
Knowledge, skills and abilities: Candidate must be able to demonstrate an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the state’s behavioral health needs and its higher education system. Must be able to conduct research on best practice programming, engage stakeholders and manage collaborative projects, and write and administer grants. Attention to detail, ability to manage competing demands, and work independently required. Excellent public speaking and written communication skills required. The willingness to travel statewide to establish relationships is required.
Salary Range: To commensurate with experience.
Education and experience: Master’s degree in public administration, higher education administration, behavioral health, health care or related field required. Five years of experience in either behavioral health or healthcare program administration, workforce development, or campus health preferred. Experience working in a college/university setting preferred.
Closing date: Position is opened until filled. Priority consideration will be given to application materials received on or before June 21, 2019.
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer/Veterans/Disabled The West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission and the Community and Technical College System of West Virginia are equal opportunity employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability. The Commission and Council provide a collegial, respectful and inclusive environment that values the diversity, creativity and contributions of its staff.
(6.3.19)


WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK POSITIONS:
     • Instructor/Teaching Assistant Professor – Online MSW Program
     • Field Coordinator – Online MSW Program
The West Virginia University School of Social Work invites applications for two positions: a Teaching Instructor/Assistant Professor and a Field Coordinator. Both positions will support our Online MSW Program. The School of Social Work houses CSWE-accredited BSW and MSW programs and is exploring developing a PhD program. The MSW program, recognized as a top program by U.S. News and World Reports, offers a specialization in Advanced Integrated Practice. The application review process will begin on June 30 and continue until the positions are filled.
WVU is West Virginia’s flagship R1 research land grant university located within 90 minutes of Pittsburgh and 3.5 hours from the Washington/Baltimore area. Morgantown has been recognized as one of the most livable small cities in the U.S. There are extensive recreational opportunities, excellent public schools, and a supportive University environment in which to develop a visible and productive career. Come join our team!
Deana F. Morrow, PhD, LICSW, ACSW
Director and Professor
School of Social Work
Eberly College of Arts and Sciences
West Virginia University
116 Knapp Hall
PO Box 6830
Morgantown, WV 26506
304.293.3501
(5.31.19)


Executive Director - National Association of Social Workers – New York State Chapter

The New York State Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), with a statewide membership of nearly 8000, 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 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 New York State Chapter Board of Directors.

Position requires:  

  • 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 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
  • 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 Albany; travel required to other New York communities, as needed.

Competitive salary, plus excellent benefits, plus benefits including 401k and health insurance.

Application deadline: June 17, 2019

Only electronic applications will be accepted. Applicants will email a cover letter and résumé, addressing above qualifications, to:  nyschaptersearch@gmail.com

NASW-NYS is an equal opportunity employer, committed to a policy of equal opportunity and non-discrimination. Applicants from diverse communities are encouraged to apply.


The Family Services of Marion and Harrison Counties is looking for a licensed social worker to provide specialized case management and support services to grandparents raising grandchildren as specified in the “The Healthy Grandfamilies Project.” This program is funded by United Way funds. This project will offer grandfamilies a series of 9 workshops delivered in Marion and Taylor Counties, combined with case management services over a 6-month period per cohort. Workshops will be delivered through The Family Service in collaboration with the Marion and Taylor County Boards of Education. Social Worker will provide the intervention’s case management component. The Social Worker will be involved in all phase of the project as specified below.
The ideal candidate will have:
a.                  A Bachelor of Social Work degree plus experience working with grandfamilies.
b.            West Virginia Social Work License required.
c.             Experience in direct practice with individuals, families, and groups.
                        f.          A working knowledge of therapeutic theory and of sociological concepts related to the family; and knowledge of individual and family psychology; family pathology; and family centered casework treatment.
                        g.         The ability to apply this knowledge to practice.
                        h.         The ability to exercise independent casework judgment.
                        i.          Facility in verbal and written communication.
                        j.          Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to maintain a positive collaborative relationship among staff.
Melissa Garcia Webb MSW, LGSW
Counselor
The Family Services of Marion and Harrison Counties
1313 Locust Ave. Ste 1
Fairmont WV 26554
(304) 366-4750 ext 105
FAX:  (304) 366-4753
(5.30.19)


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, Calhoun, Roane Counties, Ohio and Marshall Counties.
The positions offers flexible hours, hourly rate and the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children and families in your community.
The positions require travel to family’s home in and around the area listed above is primarily for evening work (3-7 pm) that you schedule.
A minimum of a BA degree, preferable 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
These posting/position will remain open until filled 
(5.23.19)


PSIMED Inc
Job Title: Therapist/Counselor                                                                  
FLSA Status: Exempt      
Work Schedule: Day Shift but protracting work hours may be necessary.                                                                                                                                           
Reports To: Clinically Licensed Psychologist and in her absence, Director of Morgantown Office.   
Provide counseling to individuals, couples, and families on various issues such as those related to mood/affect, relationships, aging, grief, life transitions, and substance abuse.
Maintain confidentiality of records relating to clients’ treatment.
Keep timely progress notes and completed billing for the electronic record management system.
Assess clients at risk of suicide and provide appropriate crisis management.
Provide counseling services for the Monongalia County Juvenile Drug Court program.
Engage in treatment team meetings.
Complete necessary clinical supervision for licensure and comply with licensing agency’s policies and procedures.
Attend CEUs as required for professional licensure.
Collaborate with other staff members to perform clinical assessments or develop treatment plans.
 Maintain full-time clinical hours per office operating hours.
 Communicate regularly with supervisors with client or employment issues.
Please send resume and or current vita to
bmusick@psimedinc.com
304-212-5526
(3.21.19)


Job posting:
Executive Director, Women’s Health Center of West Virginia
The Women’s Health Center of West Virginia (WHCWV) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of WHCWV Executive Director (ED).  He/She/They are responsible for all aspects of WHCWV management, regulatory compliance, quality assurance, and budgetary oversight. The WHCWV ED works closely with an active Board of Directors to ensure sound non-profit governance, best practices in patient centered clinical services, and organizational fiscal integrity and financial security.
The ideal candidate for this position will have excellent leadership skills, administrative experience, and a strong commitment to a woman's right to reproductive choice.  Three to five years of prior management experience is preferred.
The WHCWV supports work life balance for all staff and offers an excellent benefit package that includes medical, dental, and life insurance and paid leave.   The WHCWV ED offers an opportunity to take a leadership role in providing reproductive health services to West Virginia women regardless of income.
A full job description can be viewed here. If you are passionate about reproductive choice and wish to apply for this rewarding position, please send a cover letter, resume, and salary expectations via email to EBrunello@afsc.org by June 3rd, 2019. (You will be asked to submit additional materials including a writing sample and references upon request). The current ED will retire effective December 31, 2019.
*WHCWV is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Qualified women, minorities, and people with disabilities  are encouraged to apply.  
(5.20.19)


Integrated Care Coordinator (Case Manager)
Cornerstone Care, Inc. is seeking a full time Integrated Care Coordinator (Case Manager).  The candidate must possess a Bachelor's  or Master’s Degree in Psychology or Social Work; Other qualified candidates include a RN or LPN; Travel possible between Cornerstone Care locations. The candidate must possess knowledge or experience in behavioral health as well as basic medical knowledge. Previous outpatient clinic work preferred but not required.
 Email resume to or
fax to: 724-943-3310 or mail to:
Cornerstone Care: Attn: Human Resources Coordinator
7 Glassworks Rd.
Greensboro, PA 15338
(5.20.19)


PSIMED, Inc.
https://www.facebook.com/psimedinc/photos/a.1044911325641128/1593356847463237/?type=3&theater&ifg=1
Send resume to rpauley@psimedinc.com and let her know that you saw the posting from Gina Hamilton
(5.17.19)


Berkeley County Schools is currently and continuing to advertising for 2 school counselor jobs, 1 social work position and 5 positions with a bachelors or masters degree in a human service field.  Please check the Berkeley County School's web page weekly if interested. You can find more detailed information under the Work for Us link.
Visit www.berkeleycountyschools.org
(5.17.19)


Full Time Therapist
FamilyCare Health Centers is hiring a licensed psychologist/therapist (PsyD, LICSW, LPC) for our mobile health unit that travels to Putnam County Schools.  The therapist will provide comprehensive mental health assessment, evidence-based treatment and work as part of a multidisciplinary team to meet the needs of child and adolescent patients.  FamilyCare is an integrated primary care practice.  Experience working with children who have a wide variety of presenting problems is preferred.  Competitive salary and benefits, opportunities for loan repayment, excellent work environment. EOE. Please send resume to employment@familycarewv.org.
(5.17.19)


Full Time Therapist
FamilyCare Health Centers is hiring a licensed psychologist or therapist (PsyD, LICSW, LPC).  AADC preferred. The therapist will provide comprehensive mental health and substance abuse assessment, evidence-based treatment and work as part of a multidisciplinary team to meet the needs of patients.  FamilyCare is an integrated primary care practice.  Experience working with patients who have a wide variety of presenting problems is preferred.  Competitive salary and benefits, opportunities for loan repayment, excellent work environment. EOE. Please send resume to employment@familycarewv.org.
(5.17.19)


Prestera Center is currently seeking individuals to fill a few grant-funded positions. The positions are for a new program, Children’s Mobile Crisis, which requires a bachelor’s degree in a human services field (Psychology, Counseling, or Social Work). The salary will be $30,000 annually and I have attached a copy of the job description for your reference.
The available positions are for the shifts listed below:
 Huntington
  Weekend/Evenings
 Charleston
  Day Shift: Monday – Friday 8am – 4:30pm
  Evening Shift: Monday – Friday 1pm – 9:30pm
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 me by email or phone, 304-525-7851 ext. 1162.
Raquel Muñoz, M.A. Supervised Psychologist
Children’s Mobile Crisis Supervisor
(5.17.19)


HOPE is currently accepting resumes for a full-time STOP Team Coordinator/Victim Advocate in our Harrison County office. Bachelor’s degree in a human service field and/or experience working with victims is preferred. We offer excellent benefits and are an equal opportunity employer.
Please send a resume and cover letter to Jackie Ritter, Outreach Coordinator at jritterhope@yaho.com or by fax to 304-566-4010 or to Michele McCord, Executive Director by email at hopeinc@hopeincwv.org or by fax to (304)367-0362.
(5.17.19)


Recruitment for State of Maryland
SOCIAL WORKER I, CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Salary:  $53,903-$71,671 Yearly
Offering State of MD health benefits and 20 year retirement
North Branch Correctional Institution in Cumberland, MD will be opening recruitment soon. Social work employment in a correctional setting offers a wide variety of unique opportunities and experiences. You must have a masters degree in social work and be licensed in Maryland or license eligible.  See the attachment for a full job description.  You may also call Anita Rozas, Acting Regional Supervisor of Social Work at 301-729-7567 for further information. 
To apply for this position, you must go to the State of Maryland Job Seekers website:
https://dbm.maryland.gov/jobseekers to complete an application and sign up for the interest file on this position.  This position is not posted yet but should be within the next few weeks.
Job Seekers - dbm.maryland.gov
dbm.maryland.gov
Special Notice. The Gerard Moylan Employment Center (job information) is on the 5th Floor of the 301 West Preston Street Building in Room 510A. The hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (excluding Holidays).
State of Maryland
SOCIAL WORKER I, CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Salary:  $53,903-$71,671 Yearly
NATURE OF WORK
A Social Worker I, Criminal Justice is the intermediate level of professional social work providing clinical and therapeutic or forensic social work services in a criminal justice environment.  Employees in this classification that work in a criminal justice environment provide clinical and therapeutic services to clients who have demonstrated a need for rehabilitative intervention because of behavioral factors or personality disorders and co-existing mental health, health, substance abuse or other social adjustment factors.  Employees in this classification do not supervise other positions.
Employees in this classification receive moderate supervision from a Social Work Supervisor, Criminal Justice.  Employees generally work inside a state prison.  Employees are frequently exposed to hazardous situations and must exercise vigilance and sound judgment when working with clients. 
EXAMPLES OF WORK
Applies social work values, principles and techniques to assist clients to confront their personality disorders including anti-social behaviors and any co-existing health, mental health, substance abuse or other social adjustment factors;
Provides individual therapeutic social work counseling, crisis intervention and on-going treatment to clients with chronic health or mental health conditions and other presenting social adjustment factors, such as substance abuse, physical or developmental disability or communicable disease;
Provides psycho-social assessments and remediation plans and makes treatment recommendations;
Completes required institutional reports and recommendations;
Conducts therapeutic group sessions with a cognitive behavioral theory base to remediate clients’ personality disorders, including anti-social behaviors;
Participates in multidisciplinary treatment teams;
May participate on special work groups to develop proposals for treatment interventions and new treatment protocols or recommendations for agency social work policies and procedures;
May conduct support groups to address social and emotional issues of special concern to clients, such as grief, pregnancy, parenting skills and domestic violence;
Maintains files related to confidential social work interactions with clients;
Develops and coordinates after-care plans for special needs clients scheduled for release;
May act as a mentor to social work interns by providing guidance in specialized areas of group and individual counseling and may provide guidance in case management;
Performs other related duties.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Knowledge of principles, practices and ethics of professional social work;
Knowledge of diagnostic criteria and language used in medical and mental health records, reports and planning;
Knowledge of procedures and practices used in criminal justice environments to insure the safety and security of the public and the institution;
Knowledge of individual and group behavior;
Knowledge of community resources addressing the after care or transitional services needs of special clients;
Ability to provide group and individual therapeutic counseling to clients in a confidential setting;
Ability to identify and manage manipulative behavior;
Ability to work effectively with high-risk clients, such as clients on institutional segregation charged with a variety of offenses or crimes;
Ability to assist clients to develop a plan of service which allows for follow through;
Ability to prepare accurate, cogent reports;
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff of criminal justice institutions and representatives of other agencies and institutions, community organizations and public interest groups;
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education: Determined by the State Board of Social Work Examiners under the licensing requirements for Social Workers (masters degree in social work from a school accredited by CSWE)
Experience: None
LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS
1. Employees are required to be licensed as a Master Social Worker, Certified Social Worker or Certified Social Worker-Clinical by the State Board of Social Work Examiners prior to appointment to a position in State service. Applicants who do not have a license may also apply pending receipt of the required license. When the license is obtained, submit a copy to the hiring department.
2. Employees in this classification may be assigned duties which require the operation of a motor vehicle. Employees assigned such duties will be required to possess a motor vehicle operator’s license valid in the State of Maryland.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
1. Employees are required to meet mandatory standards for continuing education as determined by the hiring department. Employees who fail to obtain the required continuing education credits shall be subject to disciplinary action including demotion, suspension and dismissal.
2. Employees of the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services are required to qualify for and successfully complete the Entry Level Training Academy operated by the Police and Correctional Training Commissions.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
This classification is one level in a Non-Competitive Promotion (NCP) series.  NCP promotions are promotions by which employees may advance in grade and class level from trainee to full performance level in a classification series.  In order to be non-competitively promoted to the next level in a NCP series, an employee must: 1) perform the main purpose of the class, as defined by the Nature of Work section of the class specification; 2) receive the type of supervision defined in the class specification and 3) meet the minimum qualifications of the classification.
(5.17.19)


Job posting for U.S. Public Interest Research Group Legislative Advocate.
https://jobs.uspirg.org/legislative-advocate.html

(5.15.19)


Job posting:
Executive Director, Women’s Health Center of West Virginia
The Women’s Health Center of West Virginia (WHCWV) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of WHCWV Executive Director (ED).  He/She/They are responsible for all aspects of WHCWV management, regulatory compliance, quality assurance, and budgetary oversight. The WHCWV ED works closely with an active Board of Directors to ensure sound non-profit governance, best practices in patient centered clinical services, and organizational fiscal integrity and financial security.
The ideal candidate for this position will have excellent leadership skills, administrative experience, and a strong commitment to a woman's right to reproductive choice.  Three to five years of prior management experience is preferred.
The WHCWV supports work life balance for all staff and offers an excellent benefit package that includes medical, dental, and life insurance and paid leave.   The WHCWV ED offers an opportunity to take a leadership role in providing reproductive health services to West Virginia women regardless of income.
A full job description can be viewed here. If you are passionate about reproductive choice and wish to apply for this rewarding position, please send a cover letter, resume, and salary expectations  via email to EBrunello@afsc.org by June 3rd, 2019. (You will be asked to submit additional materials including a writing sample and references upon request). The current ED will retire effective December 31, 2019.
WHCWV is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Qualified women, minorities, and people with disabilities  are encouraged to apply.  
(5.10.19)


Rise Up WV
We are excited to be hiring for a part-time position this summer and fall!
Click here for our Part-time Campaign Coordinator job description, and apply by sending a resume and brief cover letter to riseupwv@gmail.com by noon on Monday, May 20th
https://www.riseupwv.org/r?u=FHnL8ikUv8WviObJjkW8kdWOxpTbWYtQKL0oAej53G1_HOVt50U2lWXZXjL5larLg4hg33_kFAcRae6CACkzhgIJvZkicuOSz_wyQYVnYeRYbE5KfHHOlWcEJ3r-v_1NE8InGLGkNXQtdIiFEQZ0Fw&e=e16a383d6ddf0195f19f5e4f98f57133&utm_source=riseupwv&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=hiring&n=1
http://www.riseupwv.org/

(5.10.19)


JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
Executive Director
National Association of Social Workers – Texas Chapter
The Texas Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), with a statewide membership of nearly 5700, 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 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 Texas 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; license 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 Austin; travel required to other Texas communities, as needed. Competitive salary, plus excellent benefits, plus benefits including 401k and health insurance.
Application deadline:  June 7, 2019
Only electronic applications will be accepted. Applicants will email a cover letter and résumé addressing above qualifications, to: txchaptersearch@gmail.com
NASW-TX is an equal opportunity employer, committed to a policy of equal opportunity and non-discrimination.  Applicants from diverse communities are encouraged to apply.
(5.9.19)


The WellTree, llc is seeking applicants for the positions of Mentor, Tutor and Professional Family Support in the following counties:Marion,  Monongalia, Barbour, Taylor and Preston counties. Education requirement is a degree in social work or a Human Service degree in the following: Sociology • Psychology • Counseling • Interpersonal Communication • Human Services • Primary or Secondary Education • Criminal Justice • Board of Regents with an emphasis in Human Service • Gerontology • Family and Consumer Science. Social work license is preferred not required.
Certain positions available for approved applicants working on a degree. 
Must have valid WV driver’s license and clear CIB/FBI and CPS/APS background checks. Position provides in-home services to at-risk children and families. Above average pay offered to successful candidates. Email letter of interest and resume to shawntrimble@thewelltree.net
(5.8.19)


The WellTree, llc is seeking applicants for the position of Family Education Specialist in the following counties:Marion,  Monongalia, Barbour, Taylor and Preston counties. Education requirement is a degree in social work or a Human Service degree in the following: Sociology • Psychology • Counseling • Interpersonal Communication • Human Services • Primary or Secondary Education • Criminal Justice • Board of Regents with an emphasis in Human Service • Gerontology • Family and Consumer Science. Social work license is required. Must have valid WV driver’s license and clear CIB/FBI and CPS/APS background checks. Position provides in-home services to at-risk children and families. Above average pay offered to successful candidates. 
Successful candidates will complete Home Studies within our working area.
Email letter of interest and resume to shawntrimble@thewelltree.net
(5.8.19)


JOB TITLE: Social Worker
DEPARTMENT: Department of Veterans Affairs
AGENCY: Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
HIRING ORGANIZATION: Readjustment Counseling Services (RCS)
SALARY RANGE: $62,236.00 to $80,912.00 / Per Year, The salary listed is RUS and will be adjusted depending on location of the duty station.
OPEN PERIOD: Wednesday, May 7, 2019 to Tuesday, May 27, 2019
SERVICE TYPE: Excepted
SERIES & GRADE: GS-0185-11
WORK SCHEDULE:
Full-Time
APPOINTMENT TYPE:
Permanent
 
DUTY LOCATIONS:
1 vacancy - Charleston, West Virginia
1 vacancy - Martinsburg, West Virginia
2 vacancies - Princeton, West Virginia
 
Internal:
LPMHC - https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/532810900 
 
Licensed Professional Mental Health Counselor (LPMHC)
www.usajobs.gov
As a Licensed Professional Mental Health Counselor (LPMHC) you will serve on a multidisciplinary team located in the community-based Vet Center. You will work in cooperative collaboration with other team members, professionals, volunteers and others in VA facilities and community agencies to help Veterans recognize and resolve their problems and needs.

Marriage and Family Therapist - https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/532812800 
Social Worker - https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/532813900   
 
External:
LPMHC - https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/532812200  
Marriage and Family Therapist - https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/532856500  
Social Worker - https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/532856700  
(5.8.19)


Employment Opportunity
The Preston County Caring Council/Family Resource Network Director wanted.
We are seeking a Director that can work with community leaders, families, and agencies.  Position includes county needs assessments, planning and coordination of services.  Grant writing skills and knowledge of grant compliance necessary or willing to learn.  Computer skills a must. Position prefers a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services or related field or at least three years’ experience in program development, coordination or management.
Applicant must have excellent written and verbal communication skills and be able to work closely as a team member. Must be able to work independently and working knowledge of area resources and services. 
Please send cover letter and resume to: Preston FRN 105 West High St. Kingwood WV  26537
Or email to barbt2@frontier.com by May 3, 2019
(4.29.19)


PSIMED, LLC is currently seeking individuals to fill the following positions and I wanted to see if you would be willing to share this information with your students. 
 
Psychologist
Saint Mary’s Correctional Center, St. Mary’s, WV
Huttonsville Correctional Center, Huttonsville, WV (opening in September, 2019)
 
Therapist
Cabell County Youth Report Center, Huntington, WV
Harrison County Youth Report Center, Clarksburg, WV
Lorrie Yeager Juvenile Facility/Wood County Youth Report Center, Parkersburg, WV
Huttonsville Correctional Center, Huttonsville, WV
Raleigh County Youth Report Center, Beckley, WV
Kenneth “Honey” Rubenstein Center, Davis, WV
Jackson/Mason youth Report Center, Ripley, WV and Pt. Pleasant, WV
Lincoln Youth Report Center, Hamlin, WV
Vicki Douglas Juvenile Center, Martinsburg, WV
Wetzel County Youth Report Center, Paden City, WV (part time)
Saint Mary’s Correctional Center, Saint Marys, WV
 
Resume and letter of interest to be sent to Kelly Sowards at krsowards@psimedinc.com or Rita Pauley at rpauley@psimedinc.com
(4.29.19)


PSIMED, Inc. is Hiring Therapists for positions in:
Huntington,
Clarksburg
Parkersburg
Huttonsville
Beckley
Davis
Ripley/Point Pleasant
Hamlin
Martinsburg
Paden City (part-time)
Saint Marys
Must be licensed or license-eligible. Benefits. Flexible work schedule.
Contact Trudi Blaylock at tblaylock@psimedinc.com  or If interested send a letter of interest and resume to rpauley@psimedinc.com
(4.25.19)


PSIMED currently has the following therapist positions open.  All positions required a Master's in social work, counseling or psychology and the applicant must be licensed or license eligible.

Therapist positions open with PSIMED within Department of Juvenile Services:
   Wood County, WV
   Vicki Douglas Juvenile Center in Martinsburg, WV
   Kenneth "Honey" Rubenstein Center in Davis, WV
   Cabell County, WV
   Harrison County, WV
Therapist position open with PSIMED within Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation:
   Huttonsville Correctional Center & Jail, Huttonsville, WV
If interested please send a letter of interest and resume to rpauley@psimedinc.com and mention you heard about the position from Gina Hamilton.
(4.22.19)


Mountain CAP of WV, Inc., a CDC, Child Advocacy Center’s ABC Program is hiring two licensed social workers in Upshur County. These full-time, benefitted positions will work with elementary school-aged children in in the home and in the classroom. This position requires the applicant to hold a minimum of an LSW 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.  Position begins July 1.  Email resume, letter of interest, and four professional references to: tcarlyle@mountaincap.com. Competitive salary, commensurate with experience. Open until filled. EOE
(4.19.19)


Mountain CAP of WV, Inc., a CDC, Child Advocacy Center’s ABC Program is seeking a full time Child Therapist for their Upshur County office. This benefitted position requires the applicant to be a LICSW, LPC, NCC, Licensed Psychologist or Licensed Supervised Psychologist, and the applicant must have experience in providing therapy and testing services to children, with training and experience in trauma-focused therapy preferred.  Requires clear CIB, APS/CPS, and sex offender registry background checks. Position begins July1. Email resume, letter of interest, and four professional references to: tcarlyle@mountaincap.com. Competitive salary, commensurate with experience. Open until filled. EOE
(4.19.19)


ANNOUNCEMENT OF POSITION VACANCY
National Association of Social Workers 750 First Street, NE | Suite 800 Washington, DC 20002
Title: Manager, Chapter Operations
Unit: Chapter Operations
Division: Operations
Reports To: Deputy Director, Chapter Operations
Pay Level: IX
Bargaining Status: Non-Union
MAJOR FUNCTIONS
With the Deputy Director of Chapter Operations, promotes NASW as one Association represented at the state/local level by the chapters and on the national level by the NASW office in Washington, DC. Provides managerial guidance and support and administrative oversight to assigned chapters to ensure the effectiveness of the Association’s chapters, consistent with Association goals of advancing sound social policy, protecting and supporting social workers and the social work profession, and meeting established business and financial objectives. Serves as a primary contact and principal liaison between the chapter leadership and the national office, working with chapter presidents and chapter executive directors on a variety of projects and initiatives. Ensures that chapters receive the support required to execute programs successfully at the local level while also ensuring that chapters maintain compliance with established Association bylaws, chapter charters, policies and procedures. Provides training and technical assistance as needed to chapters. Serves as a member of the NASW management team.
BASIC DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Contributes to the development of goals, objectives, and strategies for Chapter Operations. Contributes to the monitoring and evaluation of the department’s performance in carrying out goals, objectives and work plans.
2. Contributes to the development of operating procedures for chapters consistent with NASW bylaws and established Association policies and procedures.
3. Establishes reporting systems and controls to allow timely and effective identification of potential issues relating to assigned chapters.
4. Monitors, evaluates and supports adherence of assigned chapters to established policies and procedures, ensuring that assigned chapters are in compliance with required Association bylaws, chapter charters, chapter standards, and NASW policies and procedures.
5. Works with assigned chapters in ensuring participation and in monitoring results of chapter participation in collaborative Association campaigns and initiatives.
6. Conducts chapter visits and maintains communication with the chapter executive directors and chapter leadership in order to stay abreast of the unique opportunities and challenges of chapters, to synthesize opportunities for chapter partnerships and cross-chapter collaboration, and to strengthen the alignment between national and Chapter Operations so as to achieve maximum impact for members across the Association.
7. Works with assigned chapters to facilitate achievement of chapter financial goals, including participation in the review of the annual chapter budget with the Finance Department.
8. Ensures that assigned chapters receive necessary communications, technical assistance, financial consultation, and leadership training. Oversees consultation with staff at the National Office regarding their interaction with chapters in the areas of business services, marketing, recruitment and retention, financial and accounting operations, and human resources. Manages monthly and quarterly calls with chapters and contributes to maintenance of chapter membership rosters, chapter information requests and various chapter documents.
9. Manages internal meetings with chapter leadership and staff including, but not limited to, the Council of Chapter Executives (COCE) and Council of Chapter Presidents (COCP) Steering Committees, the Delegate Assembly Planning Task Force, and the Member and Chapters Relations Committee (MCRC), and its Chapter Development Fund (CDF) Subcommittee. Includes pertinent analysis as needed relating to a wide range of subjects, including the Chapter Development Fund
10. Manages Association meetings and conferences, in particular the Delegate Assemblies and Association Leadership Meetings. Interacts with vendors as needed in the negotiation of products and/or services, including review and negotiation of vendor contracts. Includes managing staff assigned for meeting planning responsibilities, including site selection, travel and hotel reservations, meeting room requirements, food and beverage, and contracts with speakers, hotels, convention and visitors’ bureaus.
11. Manages the selection and administration of programs for professional development and training for chapter leadership, management and staff as applicable.
12. Assists in the selection of key chapter personnel, including managing the search for a new executive director when vacancies occur in an assigned chapter. Participates in the revision of executive director employment contracts for assigned chapters as needed. Assists the Deputy Director of Chapter Operations with chapter executive director performance evaluations as assigned.
13. Mediates conflicts between chapter staff and volunteer leadership.
14. Assists in resolving chapter human resources and employee relations issues, including the legal settlement of these issues.
15. Responsible for the successful execution of assigned special projects.
MINIMUM WORK REQUIREMENTS
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
a. Requires 7-10 years of prior related work experience, preferably in an association or non-profit management capacity.
b. Prior experience in an organization with chapters or field operations is highly desired.
c. Requires a bachelor’s degree in a related field; a degree in social work and/or business administration is preferred.
d. Must possess a thorough knowledge of issues affecting social workers and the social work profession.
e. Must possess strong analytical skills, with a demonstrated track record of program and financial management experience; prior budget responsibility preferred.
f. Must have the ability to travel to chapter locations throughout the United States and territories.
g. Must possess strong interpersonal skills, including experience managing strategic organizational change initiatives.
h. Requires strong written and oral communication skills.
i. Must be able to interact effectively with a wide strata of personnel and volunteer leaders, exhibiting a persuasive, collaborative, cooperative and flexible work style and the ability to adapt to situations as necessary.
j. Must have basic proficiency with Office products software, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
k. Must maintain confidentiality/privacy relating to personnel, financial and other proprietary information.
l. Must possess strong administrative ability, including the ability to manage multiple projects at the same time.
ATTRIBUTES
1. Results driven: He/she sees the big picture, develops and monitors key performance metrics, and takes appropriate risks so as to produce the desired results. He/she is not content with simply maintaining the status quo.
2. Strong business acumen: He/she sees opportunities and emerging trends, and is knowledgeable about the operations, unique needs, and goals specific to member-driven, not-for-profit organizations. He/she sets priorities wisely and knows how to make tough resource allocation decisions, always finding a way to forward strategic initiatives. This individual knows how to translate strategy into action and enjoys solving tactical and process problems to meet strategic goals.
3. Firm and fair leadership: He/she will work with a wide range of staff, colleagues, and members, requiring a firm, fair, and flexible style that both complements the efforts and supports the needs of others.
4. Partnership: This individual is able to build trust internally and externally, and must be viewed as highly professional, discreet, and accountable.
5. Organizational agility: He/she has a thoughtful, respectful communication style that fosters an open environment, enabling thought-provoking discussions and collaborative decision making.
6. Perceptive: He/she is creative and intuitively recognizes opportunities and takes appropriate action.
Please submit your cover letter and resume with the position announcement number #1444 to: The Office of Human Resources at hr@socialworkers.org.
NASW IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
(4.19.19)


WVU Medicine is hiring Licensed Master’s Level Social Workers in our Care Management department. We are now offering Emergency Department evening and night positions (10/12 hour shifts). Please reach out to Beth Williams for information at beth.williams@wvumedicine.org or 304-598-4595
(4.18.19)


Job Summary: Mental Health Therapist
Courageous Journey, PLLC is expanding! We are seeking new members to join our growing team of dedication clinicians.
Courageous Journey, PLLC is a private outpatient mental health practice, in Martinsburg, WV
Seeking a full mental health therapist.
The agency provides trauma focused treatment and serves adults, children, and families.
We believe in providing therapy that does not have stigma attached to it and is patient driven.
Work schedule Monday through Friday 11am-7pm.
Some flexibility considered case by case.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary range $32,240-$49,920 yearly.
Benefits package.
Fax resume to 888-596-2658
Responsibilities and Duties
Provide outpatient mental health services to adults, children and families, to alleviate distress.
Complete documentation according to policy.
Open to creative approaches to therapy with the use of a variety of modalities.
Have a positive attitude and be part of a team.
More detailed job description available upon request.
Qualifications and Skills
Candidate must possess a Master's Degree in Social Work or Counseling.
Experience in working with adults, children, and families with a variety of personal, social, and mental health needs preferred, but not required.
(4.17.19)


The Partnership of African American Churches (PAAC)  is currently seeking applicants for Case Manager, for the Dimensions of Prevention initiative. Dimensions of Prevention (DP), initiative is  based on the strategic prevention framework having elements that include Assessment, Building Capacity, Planning, Implementation and Evaluation  The project goal is to increase and strengthen West Virginia Kanawha County’s existing capability to prevent and reduce substance abuse; and the  transmission of HIV and Hepatitis disproportionally experienced by African Americans between the ages of 13-24. 
Please submit resumes to Lesli Brooks at lesli.brooks@paac2.org
(4.12.19)


National Youth Advocate Program Positions Available:
Therapists - Fairmont, Martinsburg and Parkersburg locations
F/T or P/T. MSW/MA with professional license required.
Treatment Coordinator - Martinsburg
BSW/BS and professional license required.
Safe at Home Facilitators - Wheeling, Parkersburg, Ravenswood, Fairmont
BSW/BS with professional license required.
Foster Care Development Manager - Fairmont
MSW/MA with professional license required
Team Lead - Foster Care - Wheeling
MSW/MA with professional license required
Team Lead - Licensing - Fairmont
MSW/MA with professional license required
To apply:
Go to www.nyap.org/career or send resume to careers@nyap.org or call 614-487-3888
(4.12.19)


Monongalia Family Resource Center in partners with The Shack Neighborhood House is seeking a Starting Points Outreach Manager
The Starting Points Outreach Manager provides home visits and group programming for high risk families with young children and pregnant women in Monongalia County involved in our Parents as Teachers program. And manage the Starting Points Office at Mylan School. The manager will be responsible for managing a community outreach program that includes participation in community collaborative, MDT at Health Right and offering group programming for parents. Responsibilities for this position include working with families in their home to promote healthy childhood growth and development and positive parent/child interaction.  Additional responsibilities include completion of assessments and documentation, and participation in ongoing training. Applicants must have a demonstrated knowledge of early childhood  development, strong communication skills, reliable transportation and valid automobile insurance. MSW preferred, Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field required. Please send your cover letter and resume to Director@the-shack.org.
(3.10.19)


I am looking for a therapist who can treat tics/Tourette’s Syndrome in children and adolescents.
Someone within two hours of Lewisburg would be ideal. But the client is willing to travel.
Thank you so much!
Susan Vlajk
304 647-5826
zsvlajk@gmail.com
(4.8.19)


Mountain CAP of WV, Inc., a CDC, Child Advocacy Center is hiring a Child Therapist for their Upshur County office. This position requires the applicant to be a LICSW, LPC, NCC, Licensed Psychologist or Licensed Supervised Psychologist, and 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. Email resume, letter of interest, and four professional references to: tcarlyle@mountaincap.com. Salary commensurate with experience. Open until filled. EOE
(4.8.19)


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. Certification in Addictions preferred. 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
(4.8.19)


The Family Service is seeking a responsible and energetic individual for the position of Family Intervention Specialist in Marion, Monongalia and Harrison Counties.  A qualified applicant must have a Bachelor degree in a human service field.  A social work license is preferred but not required.  Applicant must have a reliable personal vehicle and valid driver’s license.  Must be able to pass a CIB/FBI and CPS/APS background check.  The position provides in home services to at-risk families and requires the ability to work a flexible schedule, including some evening hours.  Email resume to cjones@wvfamilyservices.org.  The Family Service is an EOE agency.
(4.8.19)


Camden Family Health currently has a full time therapist position available. Applicant will provide behavioral health services at our centers and in our School Based Behavioral Health Programs.  Applicants must be able to work independently and under supervision as a member of a Primary Care Team.  Experience in working with adults, families, children, and adolescents is preferred. Applicant must have a Master’s Degree and current Licensure. Travel between locations will be required. Competitive salary and benefit package is available. Forward a letter of interest and resume to Camden Family Health 10003 Webster Rd. Camden on Gauley, WV 26208 or email to HR@cog-wv.org. You may also apply at camdenfamilyhealth.com. We are EOE
(4.8.19)


We have a position within our company that requires traveling and supervising interactions between families. If you are a Bachelor level you can also teach Adult Life Skills and Individualized Parenting. You get paid for travel time, mileage, and service time with the family. You have the opportunity to make upwards of $350.00 a day with travel time, mileage, and services. There is possibility for paid time off, dental insurance, and vision insurance.
Requirements
•         Pass a CPS Background check.
•         Basic Computer Skills (Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and email)
•         Pass a WV Cares background check.
•         Have a valid Driver's License.
•         Have valid car insurance.
•         Have a personal vehicle for work purposes.
•         Compassion for children and families in need.
•         High School Diploma or GED. - Paraprofessional positions.
•         Bachelor Degree in Human Service related field. - Social Service Facilitator positions.
Role and Responsibilities
•         Provide services within the client’s home or community based off of plans communicated by the West Virginia DHHR.
•         Document all relevant information by writing clinical notes and presenting all of this information on a weekly basis by email to the WV DHHR caseworker assigned.
•         Be able to communicate frequently with fellow staff, WV DHHR, clients, and community resources in an efficient manner.
•         Documentation is requested to be turned in weekly to Children Solution’s and kept on file via our e-filing system.
•         Create and recommend services and plans to meet the needs of children and families.
•         Create and manage your own schedule based off of referrals that are accepted.
•         Collaborate with other organizations to maximize outside resources.
•         Transport clients to visitations and sessions using your personal vehicle.
•         Testifying in court and attending meetings regarding your client’s case.
•         Required to attend all in office trainings and workshops you are requested to attend.
•         Attend monthly staff meetings at one of two locations
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $11.00 to $22.00 /year
Jessica Gajtka-Daniels, BS
Human Resources
Children Solutions
3545 Pennsylvania Avenue, Rear
Weirton, WV 26062
Email - jessicagajtka-daniels@childrensolutions.org
Cell - 740-491-2638
Office - 304-224-1301
Fax - 304-224-1704
(4.5.19)


Summer Policy Intern: WV Center on Budget & Policy
The West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy (WVCBP) seeks to hire an intern for the summer of 2019 to research and analyze issues associated with mass incarceration in West Virginia Interns will work closely with WVCBP staff, coalition partners, and other stakeholders to collect and analyze data related to sentencing, probation, fiscal policy, community-based prevention, and evidence-based solutions, examining policies and practices that perpetuate racial inequity at every stage of the justice system, and avenues to remove barriers that make it harder for individuals previously involved in the justice system to find employment.
The WVCBP internship program’s mission is to partner our organization with highly motivated undergraduate and graduate students committed to building a shared prosperity through policy change. Our internship program prepares students for potential employment in the non-profit policy world by training them to conduct rigorous data and policy analysis while developing effective communications strategies.
The WVCBP offers summer internships paid at $15.00 per hour. A typical internship runs from mid May to early August. Internships are full time and include paid vacation and sick days. Interns work closely with WVCBP staff focusing on one of the following tracks:
• Outreach and Communications
• Policy research and Analysis
WVCBP interns are current students at a higher-education institution, or recent graduates, with preference given to graduate students.
To apply, please submit the following to info@wvpolicy.org:
• Resume
• 2-3 page writing sample
• One academic reference, one work-related reference, one personal reference
(4.4.19)


West Virginia Nonprofit Association – Executive Director
The WVNPA is looking for a visionary leader who can work from a home office, network with some of the state’s most exciting leaders and change makers, and advocate for excellence in a sector that has a huge impact on the state’s economy. The perfect candidate will lead the agency into the organization’s next phase of growth and development. Well qualified candidates are great communicators and self-managers, work easily with diverse audiences in many settings, have excellent organizational skills, are creative and successful problem-solvers, and are forward-thinking leaders. The perfect candidate will work with board and membership agencies to develop programming including an annual conference, online and regional events, and nonprofit principles and practices. The position will be responsible for overall fiscal management of the organization including raising annual revenue and building donor support in partnership with the board of directors. The position supervises a small support staff located remotely. Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a related field (public relations, communication, business, social work, law, etc.) with at least 5 years of nonprofit experience. WVNPA ED Job Description. Send cover letter, resume, and 3 references to EDCandidate@wvnpa.org by April 30, 2019. EOE
(4.4.19)


ITINERANT SCHOOL SOCIAL WORKER Doddridge County Board of Education
QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS:
1. Master’s degree in Social Work from an accredited college or university and current West Virginia Social Work License or Permit.
2. Training and experience with pediatric therapy/counseling.
3. School-based mental health experience preferred.
4. Trained or willing to be trained in:
• Youth Mental Health First Aid
• Handle with Care
• Trauma Informed Schools
• Positive Behavior Supports and Interventions
Preference given to those applicants who have the following:
1. Knowledge of human growth and development
2. Knowledge of federal and state laws and regulations relating to social problems, suicide prevention and mandated  reporting.
3. Knowledge of community resources available to assist parents in accessing available programs and benefits.
  REPORTS TO:  Superintendent and/or County Mental Health Coordinator
RESPONSIBILITIES:
All professionals must: maintain valid licensure at all times, renew licenses as set forth by West Virginia and WVDE, maintain positive work habits, perform duties as assigned and directed, maintain and upgrade professional skills, communicate effectively and exhibit professional knowledge. 
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Provide social services and resources for students and families to foster academic, behavioral and social-emotional  progress.
2. Plan for and deliver individual and group therapy and counseling.
3. Plan for and provide parent training opportunities to support student growth; e.g. child development, parenting, discipline, conflict resolution, etc.
4. Collaborate with school psychologists and school counselors to provide a seamless system of support for at-risk students including, but not limited to, the development of positive behavior support plans/behavior contracts and alternative education plans.
5. Participate in the development of a referral protocol, parent consent for treatment, case notes and therapy logs.
6. Collect and maintain student information consistent with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act and WV State  Board Policy 4350.
7. Initiate referrals to other agencies, as needed; e.g. private providers, mental health centers, residential treatment  facilities.
8. Conduct home and/or agency visits for the purpose of gathering and disseminating information.
9. Complete daily time and effort documentation for verification of expenditures.
10. Establish satisfactory working relationships with students, families, agency personnel and public officials.
11. Create/maintain student therapy records, prepare written reports and case history of students.
12. Provide professional development and parent training.
13. Ability to develop behavioral support plans.
14. Maintain a high level of confidentiality and professional ethics.
15. Maintain professional work habits.
16. Demonstrate commitment to personal and professional development.
17. Promote and maintain good public and employee relations in all areas of responsibility
18. Maintain and upgrade professional skills.
19. Perform other professional tasks as assigned by administration and/or Mental Health Coordinator.
TERM:  220-day contract (To begin the 2019-2020 school year).
DEADLINE EXTENDED through 4/19/19
Interested parties please go to http://www.dcschools.us and click the employment link. 
If you have any questions, please contact one of the following at Doddridge County Board of Education:
Michelle Robey (304)873-2300 ext. 0037, dmrobey@k12.wv.us
Amanda Bunting (304)873-2300 ext. 0012 ambunting@k12.wv.us
(4.4.19)


Master's Level Therapist
Crittenton Services/Wellspring Family Services, a multi-service trauma-focused agency dedicated to enriching the lives of individuals and families, currently has an opening for a Therapist who will work out of our Wheeling, WV location. This position will provide initial and ongoing clinical assessments of the clients’ strengths and needs, coordinate, develop, and implement the clients’ treatment planning in conjunction with the client, psychiatrist, psychologist, care manager, and other treatment team members, and provide individual, group and family therapies as prescribed using appropriate counseling theory.
Masters Degree in Counseling or Social Work, appropriate WV licensure (or licensure eligibility), and a minimum of 3 years related experience is required. Local travel and other related duties as necessary. Full time Crittenton employees enjoy competitive pay, immediate vacation accrual, 80 hours worth of paid holidays (including your birthday!), generous referral and incentive plans, an excellent health benefits package, free continuing education credits, and tons of other great perks. Crittenton also offers free supervision for recent Master's level graduates! Resumes can be submitted to jlecuyer@crittentonservices.com.
(4.3.19)


Public Health Advisor - Apply by April 15
Department of Health And Human Services
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Office of the Assistant Secretary
The Public Health Advisor position, GS-685-12/13, has been posted on USA Jobs. The announcement will close at 11:59pm on Monday, April 15, 2019.
Below is the direct link to the live vacancy.
SAMHSA-OAS-DE-19-10453322
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/527856200
(4.3.19)


Family Counselor/Behavioral Health Therapist- Children's Therapy Center
WHS Washington Hospital - Mc Murray, PA 15317
The Behavioral Health Therapist provides therapy services to patients and their families as part of the multidisciplinary team. Both individually and in groups, completing psychosocial assessments, assisting in program development, implementing treatment plans, case management, and discharge planning. Collaboration and consultation with the Parent Resource Coordinator and Licensed Psychologist to provide the most optimum & accurate diagnosis & treatment plan. At a minimum, must perform established Washington Health System Core Behavioral Health Therapist Skills & Responsibilities.
Current PA licenses as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).
Shift: Rotating must be able to work until 7 pm several days a week
Hours Per Week: 32 hrs
Department: Children's Therapy Center
Experience
Preferred
•      2 - 5 years: Pediatric experience in case management, child/family counseling, knowledge of insurance regulations, and healthcare issues.
Education
Required
•      High School/GED or better
•      Masters or better
Interested candidates click Family Counselor/Behavioral Health Therapist- Children's Therapy Center for further information or to apply.
(4.3.19)


The Children's Home Society's Parkersburg location has an opening for a full time Permanency Social Worker or Case Manager.  Responsibilities for this position include permanency efforts for children and youth in the Adoption and Foster Care Programs. Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to: recruitment of adoptive and foster families, completion of home studies and assessments, conducting foster and adoptive parent training, and domestic and international adoption Social Work.  Interested candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or a related field, Social Work License eligibility preferred. Additional requirements include a valid driver’s license, automobile insurance, clear background screenings, and a shared 24- hour on call responsibility.
Applicants should submit a résumé and letter of interest to:
 Attn: Shelley Plauché-Adkins, Regional Director
Children’s Home Society of WV
P.O. Box 763
Parkersburg, WV 26102
splauche@childhswv.org
 EOE
(4.1.19)


The WellTree, llc is seeking applicants for the position Mentors and Tutors for at risk youth in Marion,  Monongalia, Barbour, Taylor and Preston counties. Education requirement is a degree in social work or a Human Service degree in the following: Sociology • Psychology • Counseling • Interpersonal Communication • Human Services • Primary or Secondary Education • Criminal Justice • Board of Regents with an emphasis in Human Service • Gerontology • Family and Consumer Science. Social work license is preferred not required. Must have valid WV driver’s license and clear CIB/FBI and CPS/APS background checks. Position provides in-home services to at-risk children and families. Above average pay offered to successful candidates. Email letter of interest and resume to shawntrimble@thewelltree.net
(3.26.19)


Project Coordinator
Strengthening Training for Addiction Recovery Project
The West Virginia University School of Social Work seeks applications for the position of Project Coordinator for the Strengthening Training for Addiction Recovery (STAR) grant. This position is grant-funded through September 30, 2019 and we anticipate a strong likelihood of funding renewal. The STAR project is part of WVU’s role in West Virginia’s Statewide Opioid Response. The Coordinator position will focus on administrative coordination of the STAR project, academic support to social work students participating in the STAR program, engagement with community-based providers, and interface with STAR project leaders. Apply online here.
(3.25.19)


The Greenbrier Academy for Girls is a unique college preparatory therapeutic boarding school that utilizes state-of-the-art therapeutic modalities to include brainspotting, somatic therapy, family systems theory, psychodrama, and neuro-linguistic programming. We provide training and supervision and are looking for a highly motivated clinician to join our team. We offer a competitive salary, benefits, and the opportunity to live in a beautiful area with many outstanding recreational offerings. Interested? Please contact Mike Beswick at mbeswick@greenbrieracademy.com
(3.25.19)


Deadline April 1st!

West Virginians for Affordable Health Care is seeking a dynamic leader to be the Executive Director. WVAHC is a nonprofit, nonpartisan health care reform organization that represents the interest of consumers on health care issues. WVAHC promotes quality, affordable health care for everyone in West Virginia through strengthening and improving health care legislation, preserving and protecting Medicaid and other safety net programs, and supporting quality improvement measures. The Executive Director works with a supportive Board of Directors; supervises a talented staff of four and is responsible for fundraising, including grant writing and grant management, event planning, and direct mail appeals. Other duties include conducting research on health care public policy issues, building coalitions and conducting education and public outreach campaigns. Strong communication skills, both writing and speaking, are essential. Understanding of health care policy issues is a significant plus. Salary and benefits are negotiable and commensurate with experience and expertise. If you are interested, send a cover letter, resume, a writing sample, and three references by April 1st to info@wvach.org or WVAHC, 600 Leon Sullivan Way, suite 215, Charleston WV 25301.


Children’s Home Society of WV is seeking a fulltime Permanency Supervisor for our Wheeling site. This position is responsible for directing the site’s Foster Care and Adoption program including program administration, interpretation and implementation of agency policy, staff supervision, client advocacy, and program budget management. Additional responsibilities include directing services to enhance the ongoing care, safety, and supervision of families and children and to ensure family cohesiveness and self-sufficiency where possible. Master’s degree in Social Work or related field preferred, Social Work license eligibility with a minimum of one year of supervisory experience required.  Additional requirements include clear background screenings, valid driver’s license and ability to travel, and willingness to share on-call responsibility. Competitive salary and excellent benefit package offered. Tuition assistance and paid CEU opportunities available.
Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and résumé to:
            Attn: Shelley Plauche-Adkins
            Childrens Home Society of WV  
            P.O. Box 763
Parkersburg, WV 26102
            splauche@childhswv.org
(3.21.19)


Treatment Coordinator - Treatment Foster Care Position
Clarksburg, WV
BSW or bachelor degree in human services related field required, plus one year of supervisied experience with children and/or families
Apply online: https:/www.pressleyridge.org/careers.html
Contact Ally Taylor at ataylor@pressleyridge.org

(3.20.19)


Vista Position
Kanawha Communities That Care
VISTA Position Title:  Kanawha County Substance Abuse Infrastructure Builder
Member Duties: The VISTA will assist with:
  County Coalition Development
  Development of Community-based Prevention Partnerships, especially in the rural areas of Kanawha County
  Development of Youth Leadership
  Improving networking and communications within region
Program Benefits: Health Coverage*,  Living Allowance,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Education Award upon successful completion of service,  Stipend, Relocation Allowance and Training.
 To Apply:
1.      Click this link https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/publicRequestSearch.do [my.americorps.gov] [kanawhactc.us9.list-manage.com] 
2.      Select “AmeriCorps Vista” and “West Virginia” and search. The listing will be on the first page as “Kanawha County Substance Abuse Infrastructure Builder”.
3.      Review information and click “Apply Now” if you wish to apply for this position.
*For details about AmeriCorps VISTA healthcare benefits, please visit http://www.vistacampus.gov/healthcare
(3.19.19)


The Grafton Recovery Center (GRC) soon to be located at Grafton City Hospital is offering employment opportunity to individual’s interest in providing therapeutic and case management services to program participants.  The GRC will be a medication assisted treatment program that will be providing an alternative avenue of treatment to individuals struggling with addiction.
Qualifications:
CASE MANAGER
The case manager must be knowledgeable and able to access different outpatient and community support systems to grant patients access to different types of services, i.e. patient assistance programs, Medicaid, and welfare services. This position requires the ability to be able to work closely with patients, families, physicians, psychologists, social workers and other members of the treatment team to develop individual and departmental treatment goals.  Bachelors Degree in Social Work or related field required, one year of employment experience in Social Work/Behavioral Health/Substance Abuse Treatment required. Current West Virginia Social Work licensure preferred but not required at this time.
OUTPATIENT CLINICAL THERAPIST
The outpatient clinical therapist will assess and treat individuals with mental illnesses and/or substance abuse problems. The clinical therapist will be responsible for the provision of individual, family and group therapy for an adult primarily in a behavioral health environment. This position requires the ability to be able to work closely with patients, families, physicians, psychologists, social workers and other members of the treatment team to develop individual and departmental treatment goals. This position requires a MINIMUM of a Master’s Degree in related field (psychology, social work, counseling), Licensing or certification on a Masters level: Licensed Graduate Social Worker (LGSW) , Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) or (LPC) Licensed Professional Counselor or  Provisionally Licensed Professional Counselor (PLPC).
Please forward a cover letter and resume to: mhawkins@graftonhospital.com
(3.18.19)


Recovery Care
Looking for LPC or LICSW to join busy Addiction practice in Keyser, WV 
Recovery Care is an integrated health care model focusing on the medical and behavioral needs of those afflicted with addiction. We also offer Primary Care services as well as Hepatitis treatment. Therapist needed to complete the team. Competitive salary and flexible hours.
Interested?
Please call 855-502-2273
Or email maggiegr@recoverycare.org
(3.18.19)


The WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities has an immediate job opening for a social worker in the Parkersburg area. This position serves to connect people with traumatic brain injury and their families to community-based services and supports, and to patient navigation services as needed. Competitive salary and attractive benefit package are available. Please visit the below site for more information.
http://cedwvu.org/about-ced/employment/
(3.15.19)


Project Coordinator
Strengthening Training for Addiction Recovery Project
The West Virginia University School of Social Work seeks applications for the position of Project Coordinator for the Strengthening Training for Addiction Recovery (STAR) grant. This position is grant-funded through September 30, 2019 and we anticipate a strong likelihood of funding renewal. The STAR project is part of WVU’s role in West Virginia’s Statewide Opioid Response. The Coordinator position will focus on administrative coordination of the STAR project, academic support to social work students participating in the STAR program, engagement with community-based providers, and interface with STAR project leaders. Apply online here.
(3.15.19)


West Virginians for Affordable Health Care is seeking a dynamic leader to be the Executive Director. WVAHC is a nonprofit, nonpartisan health care reform organization that represents the interest of consumers on health care issues. WVAHC promotes quality, affordable health care for everyone in West Virginia through strengthening and improving health care legislation, preserving and protecting Medicaid and other safety net programs, and supporting quality improvement measures. The Executive Director works with a supportive Board of Directors; supervises a talented staff of four and is responsible for fundraising, including grant writing and grant management, event planning, and direct mail appeals. Other duties include conducting research on health care public policy issues, building coalitions and conducting education and public outreach campaigns. Strong communication skills, both writing and speaking, are essential. Understanding of health care policy issues is a significant plus. Salary and benefits are negotiable and commensurate with experience and expertise. If you are interested, send a cover letter, resume, a writing sample, and three references by April 1st to info@wvach.org or WVAHC, 600 Leon Sullivan Way, suite 215, Charleston WV 25301.
(3.15.19)


Open positions within a Behavioral Health Agency providing Title XIX IDD Waiver services:
Elkins:
- A Full-time Behavior Support Professional is needed for our Elkins office . A Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Service Field is required and one or more years of experience with I/DD Wavier. Duties include offering quality based services to adults and children with disabilities. We offer a benefit package that includes paid mileage, health/life/long-term disability insurance, a liberal Paid Time Off benefit and opportunity to earn performance bonuses. Interested parties please mail your resume to: CCIL, Attn. Joe Pingley, 501 Wilson Lane, Suite3 Elkins, WV 26241
- A Full-time Service Coordinator/Case Manager is needed for our Elkins office. Experience in I/DD Waiver preferred. A Bachelor’s degree in the Human Service Field is required. Duties include assessment, service planning, linkage, referral, advocacy, crisis response planning, service plan evaluation and documentation. We offer a benefit package that includes paid mileage, health/life/long-term disability insurance and a liberal Paid Time Off benefit plus the opportunity to earn a monthly performance bonus. Interested parties please mail your resume to: CCIL Attn: Rebecca Haynes, 501 Wilson Lane, Suite 3, Elkins, WV 26241
Beckley:
- A Full-time Service Coordinator/Case Manager is needed for our Beckley office. Experience in I/DD Waiver preferred. A Bachelor’s degree in the Human Service Field is required. Duties include assessment, service planning, linkage, referral, advocacy, crisis response planning, service plan evaluation and documentation. We offer a benefit package that includes paid mileage, health/life/long-term disability insurance and a liberal Paid Time Off benefit plus the opportunity to earn a monthly performance bonus. Interested parties please mail your resume to: CCIL Attn: Rebecca Haynes, 501 Wilson Lane, Suite 3, Elkins, WV 26241
(3.14.19)


My name is Sueann Schwille and I’m a WVU MSW alumnus. I have a successful private practice in Front Royal, Virginia specializing in Children and Trauma. I am need of Virginia LCSW candidates to help meet the need of my referrals. Front Royal is located approximately 20 miles south of Winchester, Virginia.  Please send all questions regarding this opportunity to obtain licensure and potentially long term partnership in a relaxed, client centered atmosphere to sueannofquietmind@gmail.com.
(3.6.19)


Program Therapist
Senior Life Solutions, an intensive outpatient psychiatric program for adults over 65 struggling with issues such as depression/anxiety, operates 35+ programs in form NC to ca.
LCSW/Therapist provides quality social services for clients with group, individual and family therapy, with special emphasis on discharge planning
Therapy session on M-W-F
Have experience with and enjoy working with the geriatric community
Ability to work in small, close knit team with commitment to patient care
Documentation skills
Work well with physicians
Education: MSW or masters degree in a related field
Licensure: Social Work or Counseling as recognized by state
Certification: Must meet any applicable state standards
Experience: 2-3 years of clinical experience with older persons, extensive group work, hospital or nursing home experience preferred
Knowledge of community resources, Medicare, Medicaid and insurance requirements related to continuing care. Familiar with medical terms and conditions. as they impact discharge needs. Familiar with medical team roles and functioning of other departments. Knowledge of effective individual and group communications techniques.
Full-time day position.
To apply visit www.senioriop.com and click 'careers'
(3.12.19)


JOB DESCRIPTION
Title: Case Manager for Right From the Start
Classification: Full-time or part-time; exempt
General Summary: We are seeking a capable Case Manager to provide home-based Right From the Start health and education services for pregnancy and infant health. This position is responsible for assessment, service planning, linkage and referral, advocacy, crisis assistance, monitoring, reporting services and performing other duties as assigned that are related to the Right From the Start program.
This position is no-call. The salary range is $16-22/hour depending experience.
Candidate must possess a Bachelor’s degree in social work, current licensure, a valid driver’s license and vehicle for use on the job. Experience desired.
This position can be full or part-time.
MUST BE PRO-CHOICE.
Application Instructions:
Please send resume and cover letter, including a statement of why you support reproductive health, rights, and justice to info@womenshealthwv.org.
(3.11.19)


Fresenius Kidney Care currently has a full time MSW position available to provide services to dialysis patients at our Weston, Buckhannon, and Elkins clinic.  You may apply on our website at jobs.fmcna.com.  If you experience difficulty with our website, please submit your resume to me directly at Debra.Johnson@fmc-na.com.
(3.8.19)


The WellTree, llc is seeking applicants for the position of Family Education Specialist in the following counties:Marion,  Monongalia, Barbour, Taylor and Preston counties. Education requirement is a degree in social work or a Human Service degree in the following: Sociology • Psychology • Counseling • Interpersonal Communication • Human Services • Primary or Secondary Education • Criminal Justice • Board of Regents with an emphasis in Human Service • Gerontology • Family and Consumer Science. Social work license is preferred not required. Must have valid WV driver’s license and clear CIB/FBI and CPS/APS background checks. Position provides in-home services to at-risk children and families. Above average pay offered to successful candidates. Email letter of interest and resume to shawntrimble@thewelltree.net
(3.8.19)


Hawse Health Center, a growing Community Health Center/Federally Qualified Health Center, in response to the needs of our patients is expanding our behavioral health services.  We are seeking to fill a therapist position.  Therapist will provide assessment, psychotherapy and counseling services as part of our behavioral health program.   Behavioral Health services will be provided at our centers and in our School Based Behavioral Health Programs.  Applicants must be able to work independently and under supervision as a member of a Behavioral Health and Primary Care Team.  Experience in working with adults, families, children, and adolescents is preferred.  Applicants must have a Master’s Degree and be eligible for licensure (LPC, LGSW, LCSW, LICSW, or Psychologist). Competitive salary and benefits package is offered. Interested persons should forward a letter of interest and resume to HAWSE HEALTH CENTER, PO BOX 97, BAKER, WV 26801, ATTN: Behavioral Health or by email to kpowers@hawsehealth.com
(3.1.19)


MVA is looking for an LICSW or an LPC to provide behavioral health assessments,
triage, linkage, and counseling services for patients of our community. Must have
a Master's Degree.
Please send a resume to athena.stima@mvahealth.org
(3.1.19)


DBSA WV is looking to hire 2 part time regional directors for the southern part of WV.  One will be responsible for the counties south of Kanawha on the east side of I-77 and one will be responsible for counties south of Kanawha on the west side of I-77.  This will require some travel and mileage will be reimbursed.  The director will be responsible to fill out monthly reports and mail them to the DBSA office at the end of each month.  This will be a 6 month position, salary will be $500.00 per month.  Send brief Bio or Resume to:  DBSA WV, 61 Marion St. Buckhannon, WV 26201
Diana Thompson
DBSA WV
dianathompson222@hotmail.com

(2.26.19)


The Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) is seeking a Program Associate, Grants and Projects to join our team of professionals passionate about strengthening social work education. The Program Associate for Grants and Projects within the Department of Education Initiatives and Research will provide leadership for the activities associated with grants and contracts at CSWE. Leadership includes, grant management and implementation, marketing, compliance and report writing. The Program Associate will provide support to projects and initiatives that promote innovation in social work education. Please share with your network and qualified candidates including recent graduates, doctoral students, higher ed professionals, etc. We love referrals from our social work programs!
Learn more on our website: https://cswe.org/About-CSWE/Careers-at-CSWE
(2.25.19)


Faculty Social Worker – Sharpe Hospital
West Virginia University Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute and the Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry in the WVU School of Medicine are recruiting a West Virginia State Licensed clinical mental health provider in their Division of Public Sector Psychiatry at William R. Sharpe, Jr. Hospital in Weston, WV. Responsibilities in this position include clinical services to mental health hospitalized patients, teaching, and scholarly endeavors.
Successful candidates must have – a Masters or Doctorate degree in related clinical areas from an approved program is required.  Eligible candidates must have a West Virginia license as a LICSW or LPC.  
The West Virginia University Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute, led by Dr. Ali Rezai, is expanding to include the clinical, research, and academic missions of Neurosurgery, Neurology, and Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry, among others. The Institute will spearhead efforts to develop innovative solutions for West Virginians and those across the world with neurological and psychiatric conditions ranging from Alzheimer’s to Parkinson’s; autism to stroke; and paralysis to chronic pain, addictions, and traumatic brain injury.
Neuroscience, including behavioral health and addiction, is one of WVU Medicine’s Signature Programs – areas of opportunity that allow WVU Medicine to target major health disparities more aggressively in the state and continue to deliver real medical solutions that will have the most resounding impact on the citizens of West Virginia.
William R. Sharpe, Jr. Hospital is a 150-bed, fully-accredited state psychiatric hospital and winner of an APA state/university collaboration award.  The hospital provides treatment of involuntarily committed adults with a variety of diagnoses and has a dynamic forensic psychiatry program.  While the facility is operated by the state Department of Health and Human Resources, our professional staff (psychiatrists, psychologists, and clinical social workers) is employed as full-time faculty members of WVU School of Medicine, hired through the Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry. Sharpe Hospital is an active training site for WVU Psychiatry residents, forensic fellows, and students of medicine and other disciplines.  Clinical experience is enhanced by dedicated time for research and teaching.
WVU faculty positions include regionally competitive salaries and excellent benefits. Sharpe Hospital is located just an hour south of Morgantown, WV, which Forbes recently ranked as one of the Best Small Metros in America. North Central West Virginia offers the cultural diversity and amenities of a large city in a safe, family-friendly environment.
Build your legacy as you serve, teach, learn and make a difference from day one.  To learn more, visit http://medicine.hsc.wvu.edu/bmed/ and apply online at http://wvumedicine.org/morgantowncareers
For additional questions, please contact Kari Roupe, Senior Physician Recruiter, at roupek@wvumedicine.org
WVU & UHA are AA/EO employer – Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran – and WVU is the recipient of an NSF ADVANCE award for gender equity.
(2.21.19)


Out in the South Organizers
Job Summary
We are looking for up to four Project Team members who will work closely together with grantee partners, board members, donors, and staff to fulfill the Out in the South grant. Their primary responsibilities will be organizing gatherings in Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and Kentucky; gathering and assessing information, fundraising and building the LGBTQ Fund. These are contract positions that report to the executive director. They will end when the grant is fulfilled. Given the size of the region, folks do not have to live in Knoxville for the job.
Pay-Range: $14-15 per hour
Qualifications:
Three plus years’ experience organizing and implementing community projects/programs.
Ability to work with diverse populations, particularly the LGBTQ Community.
Strong written and verbal skills.
Excellent organizational skills.
At least 21 years of age with clear driving record and able to travel.
Skilled in Google docs, Microsoft Office Suite and basics of donor database software.
Familiar with:
• ACF’s political context, as it relates to Appalachia and to organizing for social change.
• The work of ACF’s grantees and other community-based organizations.
• Social movements that affect ACF’s grantmaking and politics on a local, regional, national and global level.
• Issues in philanthropy and social change grantmaking.
For a complete job description and scope of work, please click here.
jobs@appalachiancommunityfund.org.
All interested parties please submit your resume, three reference letters, and if you’d like, samples of your work by close of business March 5th. 
(2.20.19)


Grafton City Hospital’s Behavioral Medicine Department is currently seeking a full-time, LICSW, LCSW, or LPC to provide therapy services in an out-patient setting.  Grafton is centrally located within 20-30 minutes of Clarksburg, Fairmont, and Morgantown. Opportunity to work in a friendly, professional environment. Competitive salary and benefits. The position requires a minimum of a master’s degree in social work, counseling or psychology , as well as a MINIMUM professional license at the LCSW, LICSW, or LPC level.  A lower licensure level cannot be considered. If you are energetic, clinically-minded, and creative with the desire to help others, please send inquiries to:
Dr. PJ Neer
 1 Hospital Plaza
Grafton, WV 26354
 Or fax to: 304-265-5431
 Email: pneer@graftonhospital.com
 EOE and Drug-Free Workplace 
(2.19.19)


Fresenius Medical Care, is a company providing in center and home dialysis to patients suffering from End Stage Renal Disease.  CMS, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, requires a licensed, Masters level Social Worker be employed in these facilities to provide social work services to these patients.
Responsibilities include assessing, educating and collaborating with patients on care planning that addresses everything from work, travel, and financial concerns to emotional support.
Along with a professional team of physicians, nurses and dietitians, we work with our patients to help them understand the complexities of dialysis and how to incorporate it into their lives, how to thrive. Fresenius currently has several opportunities for both full and part time positions in various locations throughout WV and surrounding states.  We are looking for compassionate, motivated people who are trustworthy and have a sincere desire to help others. 
Visit our website, freseniuskidneycare.com .  Apply for a position at jobs.fmcna.com .  You can also find us on Indeed.  Don’t let the posting of full or part time put you off.  Feel free to also reach out to me at Debra.Johnson@fmc-na.com.
(2.15.19)


Faculty Social Worker – Sharpe Hospital
West Virginia University Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute and the Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry in the WVU School of Medicine are recruiting a West Virginia State Licensed clinical mental health provider in their Division of Public Sector Psychiatry at William R. Sharpe, Jr. Hospital in Weston, WV. Responsibilities in this position include clinical services to mental health hospitalized patients, teaching, and scholarly endeavors.
Successful candidates must have – a Masters or Doctorate degree in related clinical areas from an approved program is required.  Eligible candidates must have a West Virginia license as a LICSW or LPC.   The position will be at the Instructor non-tenure level in the West Virginia University Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry.
The West Virginia University Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute, led by Dr. Ali Rezai, is expanding to include the clinical, research, and academic missions of Neurosurgery, Neurology, and Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry, among others. The Institute will spearhead efforts to develop innovative solutions for West Virginians and those across the world with neurological and psychiatric conditions ranging from Alzheimer’s to Parkinson’s; autism to stroke; and paralysis to chronic pain, addictions, and traumatic brain injury.
Neuroscience, including behavioral health and addiction, is one of WVU Medicine’s Signature Programs – areas of opportunity that allow WVU Medicine to target major health disparities more aggressively in the state and continue to deliver real medical solutions that will have the most resounding impact on the citizens of West Virginia.
William R. Sharpe, Jr. Hospital is a 150-bed, fully-accredited state psychiatric hospital and winner of an APA state/university collaboration award.  The hospital provides treatment of involuntarily committed adults with a variety of diagnoses and has a dynamic forensic psychiatry program.  While the facility is operated by the state Department of Health and Human Resources, our professional staff (psychiatrists, psychologists, and clinical social workers) is employed as full-time faculty members of WVU School of Medicine, hired through the Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry. Sharpe Hospital is an active training site for WVU Psychiatry residents, forensic fellows, and students of medicine and other disciplines.  Clinical experience is enhanced by dedicated time for research and teaching.
WVU faculty positions include regionally competitive salaries and excellent benefits. Sharpe Hospital is located just an hour south of Morgantown, WV, which Forbes recently ranked as one of the Best Small Metros in America. North Central West Virginia offers the cultural diversity and amenities of a large city in a safe, family-friendly environment.
WVU Medicine is WVU’s affiliated health system, West Virginia’s largest private employer, and a national leader in patient safety and quality. WVU Medicine includes the physicians, specialists, and sub-specialists of the WVU School of Medicine; four community hospitals; three critical access hospitals; and a children’s hospital, all anchored by a 645-bed academic medical center that offers tertiary and quaternary care. WVU Medicine has more than 1,000 active medical staff members and 15,000 employees who serve hundreds of thousands of people each year from across the state of West Virginia and the nation.
Build your legacy as you serve, teach, learn and make a difference from day one.  To learn more, visit http://medicine.hsc.wvu.edu/bmed/ and apply online at http://wvumedicine.org/morgantowncareers
For additional questions, please contact Kari Roupe, Senior Physician Recruiter, at roupek@wvumedicine.org
WVU & UHA are AA/EO employer – Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran – and WVU is the recipient of an NSF ADVANCE award for gender equity.
(2.11.19)


The Potomac Highlands Guild is hiring for the following positions:

Regional Therapist
Full-Time. This position will serve Hardy, Hampshire, Mineral, Grant, and Pendleton counties.
Qualifications: Master's Degree in an appropriate discipline or related field from an accredited institution. Must be eligible for or have an active professional license in the State of West Virginia.

Community Prevention Liaison
Full-Time; Grant Funded
Position will work within the Region 2 designated counties (Grant, Hardy, Pendleton, Mineral, Hampshire, Morgan, Jefferson, Berkeley).
Position will be focused toward creating communities where individuals, families, schools, faith-based organizations, and workplaces take action to promote emotional health and reduce the likelihood of mental illness and substance use, including the use of tobacco and suicide.
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree Required.
Prevention experience preferred.

Regional Adult Intervention Specialist (RAIS)
Full-time; Grant funded
Position will serve multiple counties, including: Grant, Hardy, Pendleton, Mineral, Hampshire, Morgan, Jefferson, and Berkeley Counties. RAIS will be focused on preventing opioid-related overdose, increasing access to medication assisted treatment (MAT), reducing stigma associated with Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) and MAT, and increasing the overall access to OUD prevention, treatment, and recovery services.
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree required. Master’s Degree Preferred. Prevention Experience Preferred.
EOE/M/F/H
To apply please email resume and cover letter to Seneca Raines, HR Manager, senecar@phgmail.net
(2.12.19)


Families Forward has an opportunity for a LSW (preferred) or related degree without licensure to provide socially necessary services in Wood and surrounding counties as needed. This position is available immediately.
Must have experience working with children and families, be detail oriented, have a flexible schedule and a compassionate spirit.
This is a contract position starting part-time but could become full-time if desired.
Please email resume or inquiry to:
Families Forward
Familiesforwardwv@gmail.com
304-482-6738
(2.11.19)


PSIMED is currently hiring for 2 therapist positions.  These positions are located at Huttonsville Correctional Center and Jail located in Huttonsville, WV (Randolph County) and Mount Olive Correctional Center and Jail located in Mount Olive, WV (Fayette County).  These positions are Master level positions in counseling, social work, or psychology.  Applicants must be licensed or license eligible.
PSIMED is willing to hire prior to graduation and provide supervision.
Benefits offered, flexible work schedule.
If you are interested in applying for the either or both of the above positions, please send letter of interest and resume to Rita Pauley at rpauley@psimedinc.com.
(2.7.19)


JOB TITLE:
Social Worker Program Coordinator
SALARY RANGE:
$73,375.00 to $95,388.00 Per Year
OPEN PERIOD:
Tuesday, January 29, 2019 to Tuesday, February 19, 2019
SERVICE TYPE:
Excepted
PAY SCALE & GRADE:
GS-12
SERIES:
0185 - Social Work
WORK SCHEDULE:
Full-Time
APPOINTMENT TYPE:
Permanent
HIRING PATH CLARIFICATION TEXT:
Current Federal employees serving on a permanent appointment.
HIRING PATHS:
• Federal employees - Competitive service
• Federal employees - Excepted service
USAJOBS URL:
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/522652900
QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS JOB:
Tania Gedeon
Please note, this position is also posted to the public under VIN 10409181
(2.4.19)


Highland –Clarksburg Hospital currently has opportunities available for two positions:  Therapist and Director of Social Services.  Please click on one of the links below to review the full position descriptions and apply. 
Director of Social Services:  https://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/JobIntroduction.action?clientId=8a78826755712ad40155a32cc34a124c&id=8a7883a8687e1046016886fcdcb02bad&source=
Therapist:  https://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/JobIntroduction.action?clientId=8a78826755712ad40155a32cc34a124c&id=8a7883a8687e10460168806ea81739d6&source
(2.4.19)


Outreach  Counselor:
HOPE is accepting resumes for a full-time Counselor in the outreach counties served by HOPE. This position will be responsible for working with the unique needs of victims of domestic and sexual violence from Harrison, Lewis, Doddridge, and Gilmer counties. A Master's Degree in Counseling or Social Work is required, with experience in individual & group counseling preferred. Excellent benefit package offered. Submit resume & three professional references to Executive Director, Michele McCord, fax 304-367-0362 or by email at mmccord@hopeincwv.org or to Outreach Supervisor, Jackie Ritter, fax 304-566-4010 or by email at jritterhope@yahoo.com E.O.E.


Family Therapist:
HOPE is accepting resumes for a full-time Counselor in HOPE's shelter facility. This position will be responsible for working with the unique needs of victims of domestic and sexual violence in our Marion County office. A Master's Degree in Counseling or Social Work is required, with experience in individual & group counseling preferred. Excellent benefit package offered.  Submit resume & three professional references to Executive Director, Michele McCord, fax 304-367-0362 or by email at mmccord@hopeincwv.org.  E.O.E.
(1.29.19)


WV Bureau of Senior Services has an opening for Senior Services Specialist 1 – SHIP/SMP State Coordinator.  Will serve as state coordinator of the WV State Health Insurance Program (SHIP), Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP), and MIPPA programs. Assists director of these programs with developing collaborative efforts among local, state, and federal agencies. Provide assistance with federal grants and reports. Monitoring and evaluating program delivery of client services; technical Medicare assistance to clients, staff, public, media, and other agencies. Planning and implementing training programs for staff, regional and county counselors. Work with interactive web-based programs for analysis and reporting. Assist consumers in understanding their benefits. State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) provides beneficiaries and caregivers counseling regarding Medicare benefits and options. Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) educates beneficiaries and caregivers about Medicare fraud and how to prevent, detect and report fraud. Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act (MIPPA) assists beneficiaries in applying for low income Medicare assistance programs. Conduct outreach to public and professionals. Potential for additional grants. Performs other duties as assigned.
For more information or to apply, please visit:
https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/wv?keywords=senior
(1.24.19)


West Virginia Wesleyan College is seeking a qualified professional to serve as our Director of Counseling Services.  The successful candidate will have the ability to provide leadership for this critical area including the development, implementation and assessment of relevant programs and services.  The Director also provides direct individual and group counseling and assessment services for students and is the key College liaison/resource on mental health issues, policies and practices, including crisis intervention.  The successful candidate will also have the ability to work collaboratively with faculty, staff and community partners/resources to assist students and provide quality preventive and educational programs for the Wesleyan community.  The Director of Counseling Services is a full-time, ten-month position, which reports directly to the Director of Student Retention and is responsible for the following areas:
•        Review, develop and implement the vision, mission, goals and objectives for the department, which should be consistent with the College’s mission;
•        Provide leadership in the planning, implementation, coordination, and assessment of services, including campus-wide educational and prevention programs;
•        Provide direct individual and group counseling and assessment services to students;
•        Develop and oversee departmental budget;
•        Provide training, educational, and consultative services for students, faculty, staff, and administrators;
•        Serve as the key College liaison/resource on mental health issues, policies, procedures and practices, including crisis intervention and involvement with the Early Alert Response and Crisis Management Committees;
•        Work collaboratively with members of other departments and committees in both the Student Development and Academic Affairs Divisions of the College to provide programs and services related to the mental health well-being of the Wesleyan community;
•        Develop cooperative relationships with community partners to facilitate referrals and the sharing of resources;
•        Participate with statewide consortia including the West Virginia Collegiate Initiative to Address High Risk Alcohol Use (WVICA) and the Intercollegiate Council Against Sexual Violence;
•        Through conference participation, membership in relevant organizations, and other opportunities remain aware of current and best practices in college counseling; and, ensure that these practices, programs, and services are offered at West Virginia Wesleyan College;
•        Attend to other duties as assigned.
https://www.wvwc.edu/jobs/director-of-counseling-services/
Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume, and the names and contact information of three professional references to Alison Whitehair, Chair of the Search Committee and Director of Student Retention, at clausen_a@wvwc.edu.
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  For full consideration, application materials should be submitted by February 1, 2019.
Qualifications
Preference will be given to candidates who have management/leadership experience in a college or university setting and also demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the principles and practices of the mental health counseling of young adults.  A Master’s Degree in counseling, psychology, clinical social work or a related mental health field is required, as is current National Certification, state licensure, or the eligibility for such licensure.  At least five years of related experience is also preferred.
(1.23.19)


Positions with Public Interest Research Group in Washington, DC
Please help spread the word about these Positions with Public Interest Research Group in Washington, DC:
Legislative Advocate https://jobs.uspirg.org/legislative-advocate.html
Consumer Watchdog Advocate https://jobs.uspirg.org/consumer-watchdog-advocate.html
Make it Toxic-Free Advocate https://jobs.uspirg.org/toxic-free-advocate.html
Mike Litt
Consumer Campaign Director, U.S. PIRG
702-427-1608 (Cell)
202-461-3830 (Direct)
We're looking for good candidates: jobs.uspirg.org
(1.23.19)


Sistersville Center in Sistersville, WV is now hiring a Director of Social Services. Sign-on Bonus Available!
The Director of Social Services I plans, develops, organizes, evaluates and directs the overall operation of the Social Services department in accordance with the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Code of Ethics and maintaining compliance with federal, state, and local guidelines and regulations, Genesis policies and procedures, and standards of care for specialty practice (Reference: Social Services Job Description Addendum Specialty Practice). The Director of Social Services I is a member of the interdisciplinary and management team of the nursing center and may directly supervise one member of the Social Services staff in the facility. The Director of Social Services I is responsible for fostering a climate, policies, and routines that enable residents to maximize their individuality, independence, and dignity. This climate shall provide patients/residents with the highest practical level of physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being and quality of life.
Link to Apply: https://www.genesiscareers.jobs/jobs/284434?lang=en-us#.XEc-VWSbkiQ.email or call 304-652-1032 and ask for Sara or Jennifer!
(1.22.19)


There are openings for a permanency social worker and shelter case manager in the Romney office.  These positions require a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in social work or human services with social work licensing eligibility.  Must have reliable transportation, flexible schedule, a good driving record and pass the background checks.  If interested in applying for these positions, please send letter of interest to Sally Johnson at the Romney site by January 31, 2019.  Letters of interest can be sent to:
Children’s Home Society
550 West Sioux Lane
Romney, WV 26757
ATTN:  Sally Johnson, Site Manager
sjohnson@childhswv.org
E.O.E.
(1.22.19)


The Children's Home Society's Martinsburg location has an opening for a Relief Home Finder.  Responsibilities for this position include permanency efforts for children and youth in the Adoption and Foster Care Programs. Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to: recruitment of adoptive and foster families, completion of home studies and assessments, conducting foster and adoptive parent training, and domestic and international adoption Social Work. Interested candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or a related field, Social Work License eligibility preferred. Additional requirements include a valid driver’s license, automobile insurance, and a shared 24-hour on call responsibility. Ability to work remotely.
Attn: Amanda James
ajames@childhswv.org
Children's Home Society of WV
653 Winchester Ave.
Martinsburg, WV 25401
Phone: 304-264-0225
(1.22.19)


Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Morgantown (Formerly HealthSouth) is seeking full-time and PRN case managers. To apply, please click on the links below.
Fulltime position: https://jobs.encompasshealth.com/jobs/1824450?lang=en-us
PRN Position: https://jobs.encompasshealth.com/jobs/1910543?lang=en-us
Job Description:
The Case Manager II (CM II) serves as a key member of the interdisciplinary team and actively manages and directs resource utilization to achieve the highest quality outcomes during a patient's rehabilitation experience. The CM II coordinates and advocates for the patient during their hospitalization, from admission to post discharge. As an effective communicator, the CM II manages information to effectively oversee health care delivery and facilitate interdisciplinary plan of care decisions. The CM II facilitates timely communication regarding the patient's care, establishes and monitors the discharge plan implementation while identifying and addressing patient's psychosocial and support systems issues. The Case Manager II oversees the effective coordination of services and manages issues in the following main areas: admission and discharge, team conference and interdisciplinary plan of care communication, patient and family education, payor relations and total fiscal management. The CM II performs ongoing utilization review and acts as a liaison to the payor while assuring that cost effective treatment is provided by the team. The case manager assures that regulations regarding patient's rights are fulfilled.
License and Certification:
- Must be qualified to independently complete an assessment within the scope of practice of his/her discipline (for example, RN, SW, OT, PT, ST, and Rehabilitation Counseling).
- If licensure is required for his/her discipline within his/her state, individual must hold an active license.
- Must meet eligibility requirements for CCM® or ACM certification upon entry into this position OR within two years of entry into the position.
- CCM® or ACM certification required OR must be obtained within two years of being placed in the Case Manager II position.
Education, Training and Years of Experience:
- For Nursing, must possess minimum of an Associate Degree in Nursing, RN licensure with BSN preferred.  A diploma is acceptable only in those states whose minimum requirement for licensure or certification is a diploma rather than an Associate Degree.
- For all other eligible licensed or certified health care professionals, must possess a minimum of a baccalaureate degree and graduate degree is preferred.
- 2 years of rehabilitation experience preferred
Machines, Equipment Used:
- General office equipment such as telephone, copy machine, fax machine, calculator, computer.
Physical Requirements:
- Good visual acuity and ability to communicate.
- Ability to lift, lower, push, pull, and retrieve objects weighing a minimum of 30 pounds. Reasonable assistance may be requested when lifting, pushing, and/or pulling are undertaken which exceeds these minimum requirements.
Compliance:
- Adheres to the company's Standards of Business Conduct.
- Maintains current licensure and/or certifications, if applicable.
Skills and Abilities:
- Ability to speak, read, write, and communicate effectively.
- Ability to coordinate, analyze, observe, make decisions, and meet deadlines in a detail-oriented manner.
- Ability to work independently without supervision.
Environmental Conditions:
- Indoor, temperature controlled, smoke-free environment. Occasional outdoor exposure.
- Exposure or potential exposure to blood and body fluids may be required.
- Handicapped accessible.
- May work under stressful circumstances at times.
Proficiency or Productivity Standards:
- Meets established attendance standards.
- Adheres to hospital/department dress code including wearing ID badge.
- May be required to work weekdays and/or weekends, evenings and or night shifts if needed to meet deadlines.
- May be required to work on religious and/or legal holidays on scheduled days/shifts.
- Will be required to work as necessary during disaster situations, i.e., before, during or after a disaster.
- May be required to stay after workday to assist after a disaster situation until relief arrives.
- May be required to perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.
(1.22.19)


Children’s Home Society of WV is seeking qualified applicants for a vacant permanency social worker position in our Lewisburg office.  Position will provide homefinding services for licensing families and case management for children placed in foster/adoptive homes.  Requires minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or other human services field, current WV Social Work license or license eligibility.  Candidates must pass APS/CPS and criminal background checks, have clear driving record and be available for rotating on-call.  Experience working with children and families preferred.  Competitive salary and excellent benefit package including life/health insurance, paid time off, extended sick leave, profit sharing, tuition assistance.  To apply, email resume, proof of licensure or license eligibility to mcarr@childhswv.org or mail hard copy to Mary Carr, Children’s Home Society of WV, 9579 Seneca Trail South, Lewisburg WV 24901.  EOE.
(1.16.19)


Children’s Home Society of WV is seeking a fulltime Permanency Supervisor for our Wheeling site. This position is responsible for directing the site’s Foster Care and Adoption program including program administration, interpretation and implementation of agency policy, staff supervision, client advocacy, and program budget management. Additional responsibilities include directing services to enhance the ongoing care, safety, and supervision of families and children and to ensure family cohesiveness and self-sufficiency where possible. Master’s degree in Social Work or related field preferred, Social Work license eligibility with a minimum of one year of supervisory experience required.  Additional requirements include clear background screenings, valid driver’s license and ability to travel, and willingness to share on-call responsibility. Competitive salary and excellent benefit package offered. Tuition assistance and paid CEU opportunities available.
Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and résumé to:
            Attn: Shelley Plauche-Adkins
            Childrens Home Society of WV  
            P.O. Box 763
Parkersburg, WV 26102
            splauche@childhswv.org
(1.14.19)


NUSkool Scholars has a part time therapist position available in Beckley, WV. Applicants must be able to work independently.  Applicant must be a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Certified Social Worker, Licensed Graduate Social Worker, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, or Licensed Professional Counselor.
Please email resume or any questions to nuskoolscholars@gmail.com
(1.14.19)


Crittenton Services, Inc. has an exciting opportunity for a Program Director for our TIES Program! Our “Trauma-Informed Elementary School” program is designed to provide early intervention and resiliency-building for at-risk children in the earliest school years. Based in our administrative office in Wheeling, the TIES Program Director will act as the resource liaison for the schools and will direct the licensed, trauma-focused therapeutic team while also working with elementary schools state-wide to continue the expansion of the program.
Eligible candidates will have a Masters degree in Counseling or Social Work and current mental health licensure for the state of West Virginia. A minimum of 3 years related experience with at-risk families and trauma-related therapy highly desired; school therapy experience is a plus. Crittenton offers excellent salary, health benefits, vacation accrual, and continuing education credits. Qualified candidates can submit resumes via email to jlecuyer@crittentonservices.com.
Learn more about our TIES Program at https://www.crittentonwv.org/ties
(1.10.19)


Highland-Clarksburg Hospital
Position:  Behavioral Health Technician
Location: Clarksburg, WV
Contact: April Ratliff, 304-969-3109
This job may appeal to a graduate in social sciences or a student of social sciences looking to get experience working in mental health.
(1.10.19)


YWCA of Charleston
The position is full time.
Employment page link: https://www.ywcacharleston.org/employment
Job Description
JOB TITLE: Racial Justice Program Director
JOB PURPOSE: Facilitate healthier race relations in Boone, Clay and Kanawha Counties through improved community dialogue and action. Develop action-oriented YWCA Charleston Racial Justice programs and initiatives while acting as a thought leader in racial justice.
ACCOUNTABILITY: Reports to Chief Program Officer
STATUS: Non-exempt SCHEDULE: 40 hours/week
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Identify potential partner organizations to establish support for race dialogue, programs and initiatives to eliminate racism.
2. Assess status of existing community attitudes, programs, initiatives and actions within Kanawha, Boone and Clay counties related to race relations and racial justice.
3. Attend and participate in and collaborate with other organizations with a focus on Racial Justice work.
4. In partnership with the YWCA Charleston Racial Justice Committee, local community members, organizations, and other interested parties, identify potential speakers, topics of interest, and community concerns appropriate for racial justice dialogue in project communities.
5. Plan, develop and implement community-based forums, such as Conversation Café, Reel Talk and other YWCA programming with the goal of improving ongoing dialogue on race.
6. Schedule and conduct race dialogue/race relations presentations such as Implicit Bias Training within schools, businesses and civic organizations.
7. Follow up on community dialogue sessions to develop strategies and action to move communities forward in the goal of eliminating racism. Provide value-added technical assistance and follow-up support to move communities forward with action to eliminate racism.
8. Equip YWCA Charleston team members with knowledge and skills to recognize and challenge racial discrimination within context of service delivery and the community. Build a strong sense of the positive powers of diversity and support opportunities for leadership and action.
9. Provide leadership and support for the YWCA Charleston Stand Against Racism activities, including the Race Against Racism event. Add value to planning and implementation of the event and subsequent programming.
10. Work collaboratively with the YWCA Charleston Racial Justice Committee and co-chairs to assess the needs and viability of the program and be responsible for implementing recommendations.
11. Develop resources to promote and educate a variety of audiences and participants about race dialogue opportunities and hate/bias crimes information, racial justice programs, initiatives and services available through the YWCA Charleston.
12. Schedule, develop the content and prepare materials for presentations and outreach (i.e., develop and gather resources, brochures, handouts, evaluations).
13. Continually elevate topics for broader YWCA discussion and action. Provide content for YWCA social media and other marketing/communications outlets in a timely, proactive manner.
14. Maintain accurate records of presentations and discussions at community forums, including completed participant evaluations to quantify outreach efforts. 15. Provide leadership in reducing racial/ethnic disparities per the mission of the organization. 16. Provide leadership to address biases, prejudices, stereotypes and related “isms”
17. Travel to community and training sites.
18. Maintain confidentiality.
19. Other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Familiarity with the issue of racism and its effects on people of color and demonstrated commitment to end racism.
2. Demonstrated understanding of and belief in the YWCA mission.
3.
4. Demonstrated respect and sensitivity for cultural differences.
5. Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of racial justice concerns and issues related to hate and bias crimes.
6. Values differences of race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ability, and socioeconomic circumstance and demonstrated ability to work effectively and collaboratively with a diverse staff as well as coalitions, community groups and volunteers.
7. Successful performance in a similar position with a demonstrated ability to plan, motivate staff and volunteers, lead, implement, innovate, evaluate, and ensure excellent performance levels designed to further the YWCA mission.
8. Experience in coordinating seminars/events and the ability to work effectively with other staff, volunteers and community members.
9. Confident and poised public speaker with facilitation skills to conduct group meetings, training and individual interviews. Focus on inviting people in to the conversation rather than calling people out.
10. Experience building/working with diverse teams.
11. Strong and demonstrated written and oral communication and problem-solving skills.
12. Ability to coordinate activities, evaluate progress, and adjust activities to complete work within established timeframes and within budgetary constraints.
13. A bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in a related field.
14. Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite.
15. Strong organizational skills
16. Ability to multi-task, prioritize, and meet deadlines in a busy office environment.
17. Ability to work a flexible schedule.
18. Ability to maintain discretion and confidentiality.
19. Demonstrate a professional, polite, and helpful attitude.
20. Possess a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORKING ENVIRONMENT:
Regularly required to:
 Remain seated in a normal position for up to half the workday
 Talk and hear; verbally express ideas, information, and instructions
 Have the ability to work around moderate noise
 Climb stairs
Occasionally required to:
 Lift, pull, push, or carry up to ten (10) pounds
Rarely required to:
 Stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl
 Stand/walk for long periods of time without a break
(1.9.19)


Community Connections, Inc., 215 South Walker Street, Princeton, WV 24740 - (304) 913-4956
Partnerships for Success: Prevention Specialist Job Description
Title of Position: Prevention Specialist
Counties to be Covered:      Fayette, Nicolas, Webster, & Pocahontas Counties
Description of Duties & Responsibilities:
• Obtain, understand, and use national, state, regional, and county-level data to inform the strategic prevention framework and culturally appropriate, evidence-based interventions.
• Strengthen partnerships with colleges to prevent underage drinking, intravenous drug use, and marijuana use of high-risk students ages 17-20.
• Strengthen partnerships with child-serving agencies, schools, and behavioral health providers to prevent underage drinking, intravenous drug use, and marijuana use of high-risk students ages 9-20.
• With key stakeholders (e.g. law enforcement, schools, physicians, families, and youth) plan, implement, and sustain effective, culturally appropriate, evidence-based prevention practices and policies to address underage drinking, marijuana use, and intravenous drug use among youth ages 9-20.
• Promote and provide for the evolution of positive alternatives for the targeted population with a focus on youth/young adult engagement and leadership throughout the region.
• Mobilize and build capacity within communities throughout the region to prevent underage drinking, intravenous drug use, and marijuana use of high-risk students ages 9-20 through networking, technical assistance, other appropriate engagement strategies, and planning models that promote and empower neighborhoods, community groups, schools, agencies, and other entities to address local and regional issues. This will include becoming familiar with prevention efforts that are being provided within the region in all communities served and remaining current on all efforts supporting their development and implementation, as allowable within the scope of funding.
• Become familiar and collaborate with community behavioral health resources and services to support cross-system planning and programming, as well as service connections for those high-risk students needing to access various levels of care.
• Implement prevention strategies that improve community norms through environmental change.
• Conduct prevention activities such as evidence-based programming (EBPs) in schools, communities, and child-serving agencies.
• Within 90 days of hire, or as trainings are available, complete the Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training (SAPT); Prevention Ethics; Strategic Prevention Framework; Positive Community Norms; Cultural Competency; Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Tuberculosis (TB); and Hepatitis. Documentation must be maintained on-file for all and a written waiver must be obtained from BHHF is any training component cannot be completed within the period set forth.
• Within 6 months of grant award, staff funded by this grant must receive and complete trainings: motivational interviewing; suicide prevention; trauma-informed care; Mental Health First Aid; and substance use disorder basics with specific focus on Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT). Documentation must be maintained on-file for all completed trainings.
• Participate and actively contribute to community, regional, and statewide planning efforts to assess continually and remain current on needs related to substance use and misuse ensuring that efforts are coordinated with BHHF and all regions.
• Collect community data and resources to share with stakeholders, partners, BHHF, and Statewide Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup (SEOW). Efforts should include promoting participation in and sharing by schools of the School Climate Survey or related surveys for strategic prevention planning.
• Ensure a continual focus on building community, school, and child-serving agency capacity to address targeted prevention needs. Activities should include maintaining a readily available staff and other resource capacity to lead or support such efforts, consistent communication with relevant organizations, and active efforts to engage communities, schools, child-serving agencies, behavioral health providers, and other groups. All efforts must be comprehensively documented.
• Ensure that evidence-based practice and model-learning is always occurring and emphasized within the scope of evolving prevention planning and implementation.
• Ensure that focus is given to evolving the existence of, promotion of, and participation by high-risk students in communities and regions in substance use prevention activities promotion healthy living and well-being with a focus on youth engagement and leadership development. Efforts must include:
• Close collaboration with county-based coalitions who may lead and/or coordinate such events or opportunities.
• Development of a women’s network in collaboration with local/regional treatment and recovery partners that meets regularly with emphasis on girls or women who are substance-involved, pregnant, or post-partum.
• Coordination, participation, and promotion of county youth-led prevention teams to increase youth and adult partnerships that promote peer education, leadership, and mentoring.
• Remain knowledgeable regarding prevention efforts being developed and/or provided within the region by creating a written plan of work supported through financial or other means, and as allowable within the scope of funding. Activities include but are not limited to: regular participation on the PFS Advisory Workgroup; Statewide Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup (SEOW); Regional Data & Planning Teams; Prevention Lead Organization (PLO) meetings; technical assistance provided by Marshall University; and other trainings and meetings organized by BHHF.
• Obtain community, school, child-serving agency, and youth feedback for services rendered and information received to measure program effectiveness and improve service delivery.
• Identify existing data gaps and develop data collection plans, as appropriate.
• Within 30 days of hire, develop written work plans outlining information dissemination and public awareness initiatives addressing the nature and scope of underage drinking, intravenous drug use, and marijuana use of high-risk students ages 9-20, as well as the public health impact within communities and the region.
• Annually, complete Strategic Prevention Framework-Partnerships for Success (SPF-PFS) strategic planning and learning processes to build capacity in the region, enhance infrastructure, and implement a comprehensive prevention approach in the region’s communities, schools, and child-serving agencies for effective and high-quality, evidence-based prevention services for high-risk students. Written strategic plans should be kept on-file and shared with State stakeholders annually.
• Submit all data as related to the Expected Outcomes/Performance Measures as directed by BHHF.
• Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications Required for the Position: Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in psychology, sociology, human resources, mental health, social work, or other human services field and two years’ experience in planning, developing, or implementing substance abuse prevention programs. Experience with Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) preferred.
Supervisory Requirements: N/A
Skills and Knowledge Required for the Position:
• Good knowledge of the nature of substance abuse and the techniques used in establishing effective prevention programs.
• Good knowledge of community coalition principles and partnership development.
• Ability to plan, organize, implement, coordinate, and evaluate prevention programs.
• Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with individuals, schools, community-based organizations, businesses, faith-based organizations, and other local agencies.
• Ability to comprehend and follow federal grant guidelines.
• Ability to communicate effectively, work independently, and use computer applications.
Amount of Travel: Local, statewide, and regional occasionally required.
Salary: Dependent upon experience; Full-time position; 40 hours/week.
Contact: Greg Puckett, Executive Director, Community Connections, Inc. (304) 913-4956. Please e-mail cover letter and resume to: drugfree@strongcommunities.org and reference “PFS Prevention Specialist” in the subject line.
(1.7.19)


Executive Director - Family Refuge Center, Lewisburg, WV
Community-based nonprofit providing shelter and supportive services to victims of domestic violence, assault, abuse, elder abuse, and stalking in Greenbrier, Mercer, Monroe and Pocahontas Counties.
Graduate degree in related field or undergraduate with equivalent experience.
Send cover letter, resume and 3 professional references to board@familyrefugecenter.org or mail to Board President, PO Box 249, Lewisburg, WV 24901. No phone calls or drop ins. Deadline 2/1/19
(1.7.19)


Contracted School Based Mental Health Therapist , Martinsburg, WV
EastRidge Health Systems is hiring therapist to provide individual and group therapy for students in Berkeley and Jefferson Counties.
Qualifications:
Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling or Psychology
Current WV License preferred
At least 1 year experience in working with children
Send resume to rquinn@eastridgehs.org
(1.7.19)


PSIMED is currently hiring the following positions that need to be filled ASAP!
Excellent benefits including medical, 401 K, vacation leave, personal leave, and a flexible work schedule.
Therapist-Huttonsville Correctional Center  (Master level position in counseling, social work, or psychology;  must be licensed or license eligible)
Therapist- Lakin Correctional Center  (Master level position in counseling, social work, or psychology;  must be licensed or license eligible)
Therapist-Mount Olive Correctional Center  (Master level position in counseling, social work, or psychology;  must be licensed or license eligible)
Psychological Assistant-Mount Olive Correctional Center (Bachelor level position in human services field)
Psychological Assistant-Martinsburg Correctional Center (Bachelor level position in human services field)
Psychologist-Saint Mary's Correctional Center  (Master level position in psychology;  must be licensed or license eligible)
If you are interested in any of the above positions, please email letter of interest and resume to rpauley@psimedinc.com
(1.7.19)


JOB OPENING
Highland-Clarksburg Hospital
Position:  Behavioral Health Technician
Location: Clarksburg, WV
Contact: April Ratliff, 304-969-3109
This job may appeal to a graduate in social sciences or a student of social sciences looking to get experience working in mental health.
Behavioral Health Technician (BHT)
JOB SUMMARY:
The Behavioral Health Technician works under the direct supervision of the Program Manager of the unit and is responsible for monitoring and reporting of patient behaviors, following daily scheduled patient activities, basic behavior management and intervention, assisting in daily care, crisis situations, and medical emergencies as needed as an integral part of the multidisciplinary team. Reports to the Nurse Manager.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. Maintains a constant awareness and supervision of patients including during attending gym/yard activities, crafts/art/group/recreation therapies and outing trips as assigned. Remains alert and aware of potential safety issues at all times.  Alleviates any safety issue discovered by self, if appropriate, or by notifying appropriate persons for assistance as necessary.
2. Follows Highland-Clarksburg Hospital policies and procedures including personnel, nursing, and administrative policies.  Maintains patient confidentiality at all times.
3. Serves as a positive role model for patients and peers providing examples of appropriate behaviors, effective communication, and conflict resolution.  Encourages open, honest communication to facilitate problem solving on the unit.
4. Reports to the Nurse Manager or designated administrator any unprofessional conduct or behavior involving patient care or conduct in violation of unit or Hospital policies.
5. Charts daily in patient records.  Individual is self-motivating and assists with unit cleaning, organization of new admits charts, filing, etc. Initiates patient/employee incident reports.
6. Provides a verbal report/briefing to the oncoming shift.
7. Individual will have a basic knowledge of stages of development throughout the life span.  Understanding of common psychiatric disorders and various treatment modalities of children, adolescents, adults, geriatrics and/or dually diagnosed patients according to area worked.
8. Leads educational and/or skills-based groups with patients.
9. Assists with activities of daily living.
10. Obtains and records vital signs and documents all care as required by company policy and in compliance with state and federal regulations.
11. Contributes to the patient assessment and care plan.
ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Participates in quality assurance activities and staff development/training programs as assigned.  Attend in services and staff meetings on a regular basis.  Seeks opportunities of self-growth from internal and/or external sources and initiates the process requesting attendance through the unit program manager.
2. Actively participates in unit therapeutic activities according to program schedules.
3. Assists with training of peers as assigned.
4. Follows infection control policies and assists with infection control rounds as assigned.
5. Other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty 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.
 Education and Experience BHT I: Less than 2 years of total experience
High school diploma or equivalent plus 0 years -up to 2 years of experience working with children/adolescents or adults in a healthcare setting, providing direct care.
Education and Experience BHT II: 2 years to 4 years of total experience
High school diploma or equivalent.  2 years – up to 4 years total experience working with children/adolescents or adults in a healthcare setting, providing direct care. College credits in psychology, sociology or similarly equivalent mental health courses may be substituted for years of experience.*
Education and Experience BHT III: 4 years plus of total experience
High school diploma or equivalent.  4 Years or more total experience working with children/adolescents or adults in a healthcare setting, providing direct care. College credits in psychology, sociology or similarly equivalent mental health courses may be substituted for years of experience.* 
*Allowed substitutions: A Bachelors’ degree in a mental health field may substitute for 4 years of experience.  An Associates’ degree in a mental health field may substitute for 3 years of experience.  A bachelors’ degree in a non-related mental health field may substitute for two years of work experience; an associate degree in a non-mental health care field may substitute for one year of work experience. Current CNA certification may substitute as six months of work experience; a current MA may substitute for 12 months of work experience. An LPN certificate (unlicensed LPN) may substitute for 12 months of work experience.  Some college course work may substitute as follows: each credit hour in mental health course work will equal 1.5 months of experience up to a maximum of 60 months of credit applied experience and will be applied in a manner which most benefits the employee (official transcripts are required.)
Language Skills:
Ability to read and interpret instructions, documents and follow procedures.
Ability to write routine reports and speak effectively with patients and their families, employees and public.
Reasoning Ability:
Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of variables as needed.
Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
Certificates, Licenses, Registration:
Valid West Virginia driver’s license required.
Other Skills and Abilities:
Ability to work flexible hours,
Ability to work with children, adolescents or adults experiencing mental health
disturbances or dual diagnoses.
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.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individual with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to speak, listen, smell, and use hands.  The employee frequently is required to stand, walk and reach with hands and arms.  The employee is occasionally required to sit, climb or balance, stoop, kneel or crouch.  The employee must occasionally lift or assist a patient and be able to move up to 100 pounds.  Incumbent will be expected to participate as necessary in the physical restraint of patients, have the ability to respond to rapidly escalating patient situations, and adapt to the many varied resultant physical posturing as a result of such circumstances after Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) training.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
(1.4.19)


Seeking Full-Time Therapist
I am the Clinic Coordinator for LiNKS Treatment and Counseling Center in St Albans, WV.  We are currently looking for a full-time therapist for our outpatient office. This position will assist our treatment team with group and individual addiction counseling, along with providing counseling to our other adult Psychiatry patients. 
Dr Rachel Sowards, an Addiction Certified Psychiatrist, is the Medical Director at LiNKS.  She uses a multidisciplinary team approach to our evidence-based practice.  We strive to provide a high-quality individualized treatment plan for each of our patients. 
If you or anyone you know are interested in this position please forward resumes to glong@psimedinc.com
(1.3.19)


Skill Builders LLC
A WV Birth to Three Service Coordination Agency
Is looking to hire WV Birth to Three Service Coordinators to work in Berkeley County. This position offers flexible hours that you schedule, hourly rate and the opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of children and families in your community.
This position does require travel to family’s home in and around the area listed above. It also requires some evening work that you schedule at your and the family’s convenience.
A minimum of a BA degree, preferable 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
(1.2.19)


The Children's Home Society's Morgantown location has an opening for a Permanency Social Worker. This is a full-time position that requires a BSW, and LSW or ability to become a Licensed Social Worker, 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 can email their resume to Brandi Davis bdavis@childhswv.org
Brandi L. Davis, MSW, LGSW
Regional Director – Morgantown Site
(304)284-0992
(1.2.19)
Camden Family Health currently has a full time therapist position available. Applicant will provide behavioral health services at our centers and in our School Based Behavioral Health Programs. The sites include: Lewis County High School and Webster County High School as well as other Camden Sites.  Applicants must be able to work independently and under supervision as a member of a Primary Care Team.  Experience in working with adults, families, children, and adolescents is preferred. Applicant must be 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). Travel between locations will be required. Competitive salary and benefit package is available. Forward a letter of interest and resume to Camden Family Health 10003 Webster Rd. Camden on Gauley, WV 26208 or email to HR@cog-wv.org. You may also apply atcamdenfamilyhealth.com 
(1.2.19)