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WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK POSITIONS:
•         Assistant or Associate Professor of Social Work
•         Coordinator of the Online MSW Program
•         Instructor or Teaching Assistant Professor
 The West Virginia University School of Social Work (http://socialwork.wvu.edu) invites applications for multiple positions (see attachments). The School of Social Work houses CSWE-accredited BSW and MSW programs and is exploring developing a doctoral 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 November 15 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. The WVU Dual Career Program is available to assist candidates with suitable employment opportunities for spouses or partners. 
 The WVU School of Social Work is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education and enrolls approximately 350 students at the BSW and MSW levels. The MSW Program offers a specialization in Advanced Integrated Practice. The School is also exploring the development of a PhD degree program in social work. We are especially interested in candidates who, through their research, teaching, and/or service, will contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community.
To apply, visit https://careers.wvu.edu, navigate to the position title listed above, and submit a single PDF document containing (a) a letter of application outlining your interest in, and qualifications for, the position; (b) vita; and (c) contact information for at least three references. Review of applications will begin on November 15 and continue until the position is filled. For further information, contact Dr. Deana Morrow, Director and Professor, School of Social Work, at Deana.Morrow@mail.wvu.edu

blopreste@childhswv.org

bheck@childhswv.org

https://wvu.taleo.net/careersection/faculty/jobdetail.ftl?job=10047&tz=GMT-04%3A00
(10.9.18)


Housing Stabilization Case Manager
Job Summary
The West Virginia Coalition to End Homelessness is seeking highly qualified applicants for one available position providing Housing Stabilization Case Management services to clients experiencing homelessness North Central (Morgantown, Fairmont, Clarksburg) WV. The Housing Stabilization Case Manager will work in collaboration with the existing WVCEH staff in the Eastern Panhandle, Parkersburg, and Southern WV to assist in locating and securing affordable housing and provide on-going case management services, which may include budgeting, life skills, transportation, referrals, crisis intervention services and advocacy, for clients.
Responsibilities and Duties
·       Housing Stabilization Case Manager will be part of each community’s local housing prioritization team, or work diligently to aid in the development of prioritization for housing within the community.
·       A successful Housing Stabilization Case Manager is able to demonstrate care and develop significant trust with clients while maintaining strong boundaries in client relationships.
·       Housing Stabilization Case Manager will assist clients in breaking the cycle of homelessness by moving them from the street to appropriate housing and accessing necessary social services resources using a housing first philosophy.
·       Housing Stabilization Case Manager will work to identify local landlords to secure housing units, negotiate rental rates, maintain landlord relationships, and process rental assistance paperwork for payment.
·       Housing Stabilization Case Manager will provide individualized client support, using evidence-based case management tools, throughout the entire journey by helping each client develop a plan to address their barriers, increase their income, and maintain and sustain permanent housing.
·       Each Housing Stabilization Case Manager should maintain a caseload of no more than 20 households at any given time. A majority of the employee's time will be spent in clients' homes and out in the community providing services and support.
 Qualifications and Skills
·       Successful candidate will be a highly motivated self-starter, able to prioritize tasks and manage a complex array of needs.
·       Applicant should have an understanding in all areas related to homelessness, substance abuse and mental health.
·       Ideally, candidates will have prior experience with people experiencing homelessness.
·       Must have good problem-solving skills, communication and conflict resolution skills, and be proficient with computers.
·       Prior experience using the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) is a plus but not required.
·       Housing Stabilization Case Manager will need an understanding of community resources and the wherewithal to navigate complex eligibility requirements for community resources.
·       Professional, mature demeanor with the ability to work independently is required.
·       The successful candidate will have reliable transportation and must be willing to travel regularly throughout the designated region and to State office in Bridgeport, WV.
·       Selected candidate will hold a Bachelor’s Degree in related field or comparable experience and be willing to start immediately upon hire.
 Benefits
Salary commensurate on experience and qualifications. Benefits include health, dental, vision, PTO, Holidays, and 401K.
Qualified applicants should submit a resume and cover letter via email with the subject line “North Central Housing Stabilization CM” to employment@wvceh.org

West Virginia. 
By visiting
www.USAjobs.gov applicants can apply  for a range of positions, including Administrative Manager, Area Census Office Manager and Census Field Manager. Currently, we are recruiting in the Columbus area  to be a part of the first Area Census Office in West Virginia. The Census Bureau offers flexible work hours, including daytime, evenings and weekends.
Available Area Census Office managerial opportunities:
• Administrative Managers (AM) are responsible for office administration activities and administrative support of all staff. AMs process applications for thousands of applicants and manage applicant interviews, selections, and job offers. Please visit: https://www.census.gov/about/census-careers/opportunities/positions/region-field/admin-manager/PHRO-AM-WV.html
• Area Census Office Managers (ACOM) leads the team of census managers assigned to a specific Area Census Office. ACOMs are responsible for successfully completing 2020 Census field and office operations within a budget, on schedule, and to standard. Please visit: https://www.census.gov/about/census-careers/opportunities/positions/region-field/acom/PHIRO-ACOM-WV.html
• Lead Census Field Managers (LCFM) manages field data collection activities and is responsible for training, supervising, and managing several hundred field staff.  Please visit: https://www.census.gov/about/census-careers/opportunities/positions/region-field/lead-cfm/PHIRO-LCFM-WV.html
Additionally, the Census Bureau is recruiting thousands of additionally  employees throughout the State of Ohio.  By visiting the 2020 Census Jobs applicants apply for a range of positions, including recruiting assistants, office operations supervisors, clerks, census field supervisors. The positions will be located across the state of Ohio and have flexible work hours, including daytime, evenings and weekends.
Available jobs:
• Recruiting assistants travel throughout geographic areas to visit with community-based organizations, attend promotional events and conduct other recruiting activities. This position is a Work at Home position.
• Office operations supervisors assist in the management of office functions and day-to-day activities in one or more functional areas, including payroll, personnel, recruiting, field operations and support.
• Clerks perform various administrative and clerical tasks to support various functional areas, including payroll, personnel, recruiting, field operations and support.
• Census field supervisors conduct fieldwork to support and conduct on-the-job training for census takers and/or to follow-up in situations where census takers have confronted issues, such as not gaining entry to restricted areas. This position is a Work at Home position.
• Census takers work in the field. Some field positions require employees to work during the day to see addresses on buildings. Other field positions require interviewing the public, so employees must be available to work when people are usually at home, such as in the evening and on weekends. This position is a Work at Home position.
For more information about any of these employment opportunities interested applicants can call 1-855-JOB-2020. Applicants may also contact the Federal Relay Service at 1-800-877-8339.
(10/4/18)


Greenbrier Academy is an all-girls therapeutic boarding school that utilizes state-of-the-art therapeutic modalities to positively impact the lives of young women 13 to 18 years of age.
Applicants need to be mental health clinicians at the masters or PhD level, and licensure is preferred. If working toward licensure you’ll receive excellent on site supervision as part  of your employment.  You will also be trained  in EMDR, brain spotting, specific powerful guided imagery processes utilizing elements of neurolinguistic programming, psychodrama, somatic re-experiencing and family systems. We are looking for talented, creative and dedicated people who want to take their current skill set to the next level to create lasting change.
We are located in a beautiful part of southern West Virginia, adjacent to the town of Lewisburg, voted “coolest small town in America“. We offer a competitive salary and benefits.
Please contact Kelly Sams to set up an appointment.
Phone - 304 445 7790
Email - ksams@greenbrieracademy.com

skillbuilders1@comcast.net

https://wvumedicine.org/university-healthcare/employee-physician-portal/
For further information please inquire at the contact information below:
Valerie Gorman, LSW
Behavioral Health Crisis Services Coordinator
WVU Medicine- Berkeley Medical Center
Behavioral Health
2500 Hospital Drive
Martinsburg, WV 25401
Phone: (304)264-1230 ext. 33015
Fax: (304)596-6831
vgorman@wvumedicine.org

splauche@childhswv.org

Director@bgcepwv.org

shawntrimble@thewelltree
(9.28.18)


Immediate Opening for an Employee Assistance Clinician
WVU Faculty and Staff Assistant Program is seeking applications for a part-time Therapist. This person in this position is responsible for counseling and assisting employees with issues related to personal well-being and job-related performance. 
They may evaluate and recommend outside treatment and counseling. In order to be successful in this position, the ideal candidate will:
Assess behavioral health urgency by phone screening
Provide brief intake assessment
Provide brief therapy
Refer and link employees to community providers
Complete and maintain records
Possess knowledge of HIPPAA
Qualifications:
Master's degree in Social Work or Counseling and a current license (LICSW, LPC) or license eligibility in WV.
Mental health-behavioral health work experience required.
For more detail please go to
http://careers.wvu.edu/
Job Posting: Sep 24, 2018 Posting Classification: Non-Classified Exemption Status: Non-Exempt: Part-time- up to 20 hours a week.
Please submit resume and cover letter by email to jhowsare@hsc.wvu.edu

lbadia@wheelinghomeless.org

https://www.pressleyridge.org/careers.html
Or contact ataylor@pressleyridge.org

leagle@rmchealth.org

leagle@rmchealth.org

dhughes@childhswv.org

kayla@casaforkidsmpc.org

https://www.indeed.com/job/volunteer-coordinator-bb3e4fa13d26f59d.
(9.24.18)


Safe at Home Wraparound Facilitator: Requires bachelors degree in Social Work or related degree, valid driver's license, auto insurance, and criminal background check. Benefits included. Mail resume to L. Basham, 4700 Robert C Byrd Drive, Beckley, WV 25801 or email resume and cover letter to lbasham@bumfs.org

will.perks@comcast.net

https://boe.mono.k12.wv.us/
ITINERANT (HOMEBASE - MOUNTAINVIEW EARLY HEAD START CENTER):  EARLY HEAD START (230 DAYS FULL-TIME) 
(9.21.18)


Part time Contract Therapist Position Open
Location: Child Advocacy Center
Knight Counseling and Consultation Solutions LLC
303 Washington St. West STE 205
Charleston WV 25303
Flexible Scheduling/ Hours
Opening Date 09/18/18
Brief Description
 Meet with clients create a treatment plan with treatment goals.
 Deliver therapy services to clients and write treatment notes.
 Monitor and update treatment plans as needed or every 3 months.
 Regularly consult with clinicians in practice to ensure high quality treatment.
 Therapy is delivered in an office setting.
 Consult with all parties involved in client cases
 Rare court appearance could be requested for abuse/neglect cases.
 Comply with all legal and ethical standards set by licensing board.
 Comply with all HIPPA regulations.
Qualifications and Education
 Master’s Degree required with current West Virginia License in social work, psychology or counseling.
 Minimum 2 years of experience delivering direct therapy services.
 TF-CBT trained and experience using theory
 Experience writing treatment plans and therapy notes.
To Apply Send résumé to KnightCCsolutions@gmail.com

https://www.redcross.org/volunteer/volunteer-opportunities/disaster-health-mental-health-volunteer.html.
NASW and the American Red Cross appreciates your support in this critical time of need. 
(9.18.18)


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

https://wvu.taleo.net/careersection/wvu_research/jobdetail.ftl?job=09658&tz=GMT-04%3A00
(9.18.18)


TBI Patient Navigators 09307 (Big Chimney, WV)
The WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities is currently seeking candidates for two (2) full-time patient navigator positions in Kanawha County. These healthcare social work positions are intended to help connect the medical home and community-based social services for people with traumatic brain injuries. They work within a team of social workers who provide resource coordination and outreach services to the TBI community, and are specifically charged with providing care coordination, referral, and follow-up services. Please check out this rewarding opportunity at: https://wvu.taleo.net/careersection/wvu_research/jobdetail.ftl?job=09307&tz=GMT-04%3A00
(9.18.18)


Beacon Barn Therapeutic Farm in Taylor County is looking for a therapist who is interested in working afternoon/evening hours to provide trauma-informed care to children ages 4-18. Some traveling to local schools in various counties to provide therapeutic services may be an option, if interested. Experience in working with foster care and adoptive children and families is preferred. This is a contract position to be filled by an LICSW, LGSW, LPC or Psychologist. If needed, LICSW clinical supervision can be provided.
Please contact Molly at tel:304-265-0389 or at mailto:beaconbarn@gmail.com

http://wvde.state.wv.us/wvde-vacancies/index.html?vac_id=1917
(9.17.18)


JOB DESCRIPTION: Director of Client Services
Sharing an open position with Survivors, Inc.
To apply, send a cover letter and resume/CV to employment@enddvsa.org

terri@enddvsa.org jlecuyer@crittentonservices.com

www.crittentonwv.net
http://wellspringwv.com/
(9.12.18)


Mountain Laurel Medical Center has an opening for a behavioral health provider. See description below.
If you have any questions or require additional information, please contact Amy Barnhouse, HR Specialist, at 301-533-3300 ext. 3082.
POSITION DESCRIPTION
Behavioral Health Provider
Fair Labor Standards Act Classification: Exempt
Pay Range: Negotiable within range
Supervisor: Behavioral Health Supervisor
Summary: The duties of this position include both traditional clinical therapy using the Primary Care Behavioral Health model (PCBH). This position will provide brief behavioral interventions in a primary care clinic consistent with the PCBH integrated model of care. Additional duties could include counseling individuals or groups regarding psychological and emotional problems in a traditional specialty therapy manner. This includes development and implementation of therapeutic treatment plans in the medical setting by performing the following duties and appropriately assigning and/or treating the patient based on the level of need and nature of the primary care provider consult.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
A. Partners with members of the care team to provide behavioral health in a PCBH model.
B. Coordinates a range of office, community, home-based services or outreach.
C. Assesses patients presenting to primary care setting and determines treatment and/or resources needed.
D. Utilizes a variety of evidenced based techniques as appropriate to each individual patient.
E. Performs brief assessments and crisis interventions to develop a clinical response plan.
F. Counsels patients on a number of topics including but not limited to mental illness, personal issues, addiction, and abuse.
G. Provides individual, family and group therapy services, as well as psychoeducational groups within the health center.
H. Plans and administers therapeutic treatment to assist patients in managing symptoms and underlying stressors.
I. Tailors treatment plans and adjusts as needed based on patient progress and PCP consultation.
J. Facilitates transition of care between PCP and Behavioral health services.
K. Documents progress and treatment plan reviews.
L. Maintains highest quality patient care by providing a safe environment through ethical and professional conduct in which the patient can explore difficult clinical issues.
M. Functions well in a fast pace environment, often providing multiple 16-30 minute sessions.
N. Displays the ability to compassionately and empathetically care for patients.
O. Assists in the continued development and growth of the Mountain Laurel Medical Center behavioral health program.
P. Provides in-service trainings to staff as needed.
Q. Provides excellent patient centered customer service while being friendly and courteous to all employees and patients.
R. Upholds the Social Work Code of Ethics.
S. Upholds the Code of Ethics and mission of Mountain Laurel Medical Center by conducting professional activities with honesty, integrity, respect, fairness, and good faith in a manner that will reflect well upon the organization.
T. Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications:
The successful candidate will have a demonstrated work record showing good attendance, punctuality, dependability and the ability to work as member of a team with supervisors, and other co-workers in an appropriate professional manner. Must have strong communication, planning and organizing skills; additionally, must possess the ability to multi-task, and demonstrate great attention to detail.
Education/Experience:
Master’s Degree (MSW), Licensed Certified Social Worker –Clinical (LCSW-C), or Licensed Graduate Social Worker (LGSW). Certified MSW and Clinical licensure preferred. Five years of progressive growth in a post-masters or related position preferred. Experience in a mental health or social services environment is required. Experience in an ambulatory health center is preferred. Self-starter, capable of managing the care of multiple patients simultaneously. Current driver’s license is required.
Communication Skills:
Be able to effectively communicate in one-on-one and/or small group discussions. Display clear and effective documentation skills that meet COMAR regulations.
Understanding of Health Care Laws and Regulations:
Must have the ability to follow HIPAA guidelines as well as an understanding of policies and procedures regarding medical records put in place by the Federal Government.
Reasoning Ability:
Must be able to demonstrate the ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
Team Work:
An essential element is the ability to work and interact effectively and positively with other staff members to build and enhance teamwork in a patient centered team based model of care and in the overall MLMC organization; team engagement is a must to be successful in this position.
Work Record:
A demonstrated work record showing good attendance, punctuality, dependability and the ability to work well with supervisors and coworkers as part of a team effort is essential. A medical office setting is an environment that requires the ability to relate to all types of people while always maintaining a professional demeanor.
Language Skills:
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals is essential. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence, and the ability to speak effectively to patients, co-workers and the public at large is paramount.
Additional Skills:
Must have the ability to read and interpret medical and work environment related documents involving patient care, program descriptions, government regulations and MLMC policy and procedures.
Sensitivity to Needs of Special Populations:
Must be able to demonstrate an understanding and sensitivity to cultural differences and needs of MLMC patients and be able to respond appropriately to all people regardless of race, ethnicity, language, age, sex or sexual orientation, religion, disability, economic standing, etc.
Physical Demands:
The work environment is a typical outpatient medical clinic. While performing the duties of this job, candidates may be required to drive, sit for extended periods, spend time standing and walking, handle considerable paperwork, operate computers, lift up to 15 pound boxes of supplies and assist patients who may have limited mobility.
Work Environment:
Work is performed in a typical, outpatient clinic environment and possibly at locations outside the office. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
To apply, please submit a CV/Resume to amy@mtnlaurel.org

HR@cog-wv.org

www.wvasf.org
Current areas of strategic focus include:
• Developing resources, training opportunities, and support service provider organizations to assist asset building capacity.
• Working with volunteers, funders, state and local agencies such as the IRS and the WV Department of Health and Human Resources providing leadership and strategic vision for the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) outreach campaign.
• Advocating policy objectives as determined by the coalition and Board of Directors.
• Coordinating financial independence education.
• Strengthening regional coalitions through increasing and enhancing membership.
• Providing additional support to improving training/development.
• Encouraging involvement from the business community/employers.
Executive Director
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for the Alliance programs, staff and execution of its mission. S/he will develop deep knowledge of core programs, operations, and business plans.
Responsibilities include:
• Develop, maintain, and support a strong Board of Directors: serve as ex-officio of each committee, seek and build board involvement with strategic direction for operations.
• Collaborate with the WVASF Board to define strategic goals.
• Actively engage and energize volunteers, board members, event committees, partnering organizations, and funders.
• Serve as a resource to advance asset building efforts such as spell out then (IDA’s) and savings bond purchases.
• Design and distribute marketing materials for WVASF initiatives.
• Support the work of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) sites.
• Plan and coordinate the statewide EITC Awareness Day (tax season kick-off), volunteer training events and statewide annual asset meeting.
• Maintain communication with the coalitions and attend coalition meetings across the state.
• Research potential funding sources.
• Write grant proposals and concept papers, and final reports, budget narratives, concept papers and other grant compliance documents.
• Monitor/track funds received and expenses.
Essential qualifications and skills include:
•  Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent work experience.
• Minimum of two years’ experience in nonprofit leadership or applicable educational experience.
• A gift for communicating in a clear and compelling fashion including an ability to communicate complex issues concisely, both in writing and orally.
• Excellent interpersonal skills.
• Successful and demonstrable grant writing, fundraising and development experience.
• Ability to problem-solve creatively.
• Ability to manage budgets, daily finances and short and long-term financial planning.
• Ability to manage several projects simultaneously under deadline pressure.
• Exceptional organizational skills.
• Solid computer skills including knowledge of Microsoft Office suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Publisher).
• Demonstrated commitment to social and economic justice
• An eagerness to work collaboratively as part of a small, fast-growing organization.
Position Availability:
Immediate opening. Posted until filled.
Salary and Benefits:
Commensurate with experience and negotiable.
For more information contact:
WVASF Board Vice President - Adrienne Worthy – aworthy@lawv.net

Jthacker@GoodNewsMountaineerGarage.com www.governmentjobs.com/careers/wv
(9.4.18)


Case Manager
Children's Home Society in Romney has full-time opening for shelter program case manager. Requires bachelor's degree in human services field with experience workign with youth, relible transportation and valid auto insurance. Competitive salary and benefits. Submit resume and letter of interest to:
Children's Home Society
550 West Sioux Lane
Romney, WV 26757
Attn: Michelle Devine, Shelter Supervisor
EOE
(9.4.18)


SOCIAL WORK POSITION: Open Horizons Family Services, LLC, a provider of WV Socially Necessary Services, is seeking a qualified person to fill the position of In Home Service Provider. This position will be based out of Wetzel County and will also involve work in surrounding counties. Open Horizons offers competitive pay, flexible scheduling and is a team driven work place. Qualifications for this position are: 1.) Bachelor or Masters Degree in Social Work or related Human Services Field. 2.) Valid Drivers License and Vehicle Insurance. 3.) Possess strong written skills as well as verbal skills. 4.) Be able to work independently and as part of a team. 5.) Must be willing to work evenings and some weekend hours when necessary. Qualified persons can send resumes to openhorizons@live.com

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/winchesterva
(9.4.18)


Child Development Specialist
Entry Level Position
Residential treatment facility and day school for children and adolescents with mental health and/or developmental disabilities ages 6 - 18.
Requires Bachelor's degree in social work, psychology or related field, minimum of 48 college credits or paraprofessional certificate with relevant experience.
Send resume to Melissa Peters with subject line 'Child Development Specialist'
melissapeters@thebradleycenter.org

employment@wvceh.org

corbincindi@gmail.com

employment@wvceh.org

careers@colemanservices.org

www.colemanservices.org and select the Join Our Team tab and then Careers.
*ALSO NOTIFY THE HR RECRUITER OR GENERALIST BELOW THAT YOU ARE APPLYING FOR THIS POSITION*
For questions contact Iris Wilson, HR Generalist 
Email:  Iris.Wilson@colemanservices.org Apply at: https://west-virginia-child-advocacy-network.workable.com/j/02247E2128 

(8.28.18)


Pendleton Community Care
Integrated Behavioral Health Provider
 Pendleton Community Care is seeking Behavioral Health Providers to work in our primary care setting. An ideal candidate would have a strong interest in working with patients experiencing comorbid behavioral and physical health conditions in and be able to deliver appropriate, evidence-based treatments within a primary care clinic setting.
 Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
•       Effectively build relationships with clinic staff and providers to create a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach to whole-person wellness.
•       Demonstrate strong time-management skills and be able to follow a schedule based on clinic needs.
•       Conduct brief assessments and engage patients in focused treatments to address behavioral health, medical, and lifestyle concerns.
•       Select, administer, and interpret appropriate behavioral health screening instruments to help inform collaborative treatment planning.
•       Evaluate and modify multidisciplinary patient care plans.
•       Engage in effective communication that can be understood by a wide-range of patients.
 Education and Experience:
•      Psychologist or LPC or LICSW; must be licensed, or license-eligible in WV.
     Familiarity and/or strong interest in motivational interviewing and integrated behavioral
     health care.
Salary and Benefits: 
Highly competitive salary and benefits including continuing education, PTO, student loan assistance                            
 For additional information, please see the links below:
 About Pendleton Community Care, Inc. : https://www.pccnfc.org
 For additional information or any questions, please contact Wendy Treadway, LPC, ALPS at
(304) 358-2355 or wtreadway@pcc-nfc.org

jhudson@pcc-nfc.org employment@wvceh.com

kcurrence@cwvasi.org

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/wv/jobs/2183523/mental-health-therapist-bhhf-sharpe-hosp-lewis-co
(8.21.18)


Children's Home Society of WV has an opening for a full time Volunteer and Community Support Social Worker at our Parkersburg Site. Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or a related field required. Responsibilities include recruitment and training of mentors for the WE CAN Mentoring Program, matching mentors with children referred to the program, monitoring matches, monthly reporting of program outcomes, fundraising and community engagement. Additional responsibilities include providing support to the Youth Emergency Shelter and Foster Care Programs. Qualified applicants must have a valid driver's license and clear criminal background check. Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and résumé to
Attn: Shelley Plauché-Adkins
Children’s Home Society of WV
P.O. Box 763
Parkersburg, WV 26102
Or by e-mail: splauche@childhswv.org

gzuk@ovrh.org dgillespie@ovrh.org emessinger@psimedinc.com

mlucarelli@houseofthecarpenter.com

www.houseofthecarpenter.com.
(8.20.18)


Job Type: Full-time
JOB TITLE: Therapist
REPORTS TO: Psychiatrist (Dr. Jawad Zafar D.O)
FLSA STATUS: EXEMPT
WORK HOURS: 40 Hours per week
NATURE OF WORK: As a member of the treatment team, the therapist is responsible for assessing, planning, and providing for psychotherapy /counseling services for clients. This involves the application of standardized assessment tools, therapy and counseling techniques, and crisis intervention services. The therapist advocates on behalf of the client, plans and sets treatment goals and objectives with the client and then evaluates the progress toward these goals. Provide counseling for individual group and family.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
. Ability to perform Essential Duties as outlined below.
. Master’s Degree in a Human Service Field.
. Currently holds a License in Social Work, Licensure Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW),
 Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Psychologist (LP)
. Six months to one year experience with MI or CD populations.
. Knowledge of various diagnostic categories and clinical manifestations.
. Previous experience in counseling adults and/or children. Minimum one-year experience.
. Ability to comply with Client’s Rights.
. Ability to comply with Agencies  safety procedures.
. Ability to read, writes, understand and speak English language. 
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
. Academic Coursework in Psychotherapy/counseling techniques.
. Two years of full-time experience as a Therapist.
WORK PACE: Self-paced, requiring the ability to make decisions quickly and accurately in an oftentimes fast paced, demanding work environment.
Apply to:
West Virginia University Medicine Department of Behavioral Medicine
54 Osprey Rd
Beckley, WV 25801

jzafar@osteo.wvsom.edu

anyoung@mail.wvu.edu

monica@courageousjourney.biz

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/508119000
(8.17.18)


Children’s Home Society of WV in Morgantown is seeking a part time Family Aid for support services in our Foster Care program. Requirements include High School Diploma or GED; demonstrated ability to work with children, families; driver’s license; available automobile and insurance coverage as required by law and agency; training required by agency; criminal background and child abuse registry checks; 24 hour availability to work with irregular hours; ability to work under pressure and multitask; annual approved physical and TB documentation. Benefits and tuition assistance available. Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and resume to Brandi Davis bdavis@childhswv.org

www.mycasaep.org

August 3, 2018

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR JOB DESCRIPTION

QUALIFICATIONS:

MSW, MBA, or Bachelor's degree in social work, Business, or Public Administration with minimum of 3 years related
experience in administration of volunteer, non-profit, or a public service agency or a total of 5 years combined
education and experience in a related field. Candidates should demonstrate strong skills in fiscal management,
resource development and maintenance, agency and program planning, and public relations. Previous experience
working with volunteers and knowledge and understanding of child abuse and neglect, families in crisis, and other
social services skills preferred.

PRIMARY ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

The Executive Director is responsible for the overall management of the organization including all aspects of the
agency's day-to-day operations. This includes the supervision and coordination of the volunteer advocate program,
which provides CASA services to abused and neglected children. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

1. Resource development and maintenance,
2. Agency and program planning,
3. Community and public relations,
4. Personnel management,
5. Coordination and liaison with the Board of Directors, and
6. Fiscal management.
RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT AND MAINTENANCE:

1. Research and prepare grant proposals and other funding applications.
2. Develop and maintain a listing of a donor base for both monetary and non-monetary resources. Develop and
maintain a list of donors. Develop and maintain a donor tracking system.
3. Work with Board of Directors and committees in any fund-raising and outreach events or activities.
AGENCY AND PROGRAM PLANNING:

Short Term

1. Assure all necessary forms are filed with the appropriate agencies for all necessary permits, memberships,
licenses, etc.
2. Prepare program reports as required by funding sources, local CASA Board of Directors, CASA of the
Eastern Panhandle Inc. Office, State CASA, National CASA, and the Courts.
3. Keep Court staff and Child Welfare Agency personnel apprised of CASA directives and activities.
4. Oversee agency and program compliance with established policies and procedures.
Member Agency

Long Term

1. Oversee the use and maintenance of the OPTIMA case management database.
2. Participate in developing and initiating time-oriented strategic plans to establish agency goals (e.g., 1-year,
5-year, 10-year plans).
3. Review program/agency progress and compare to goals and objectives.
4. Assure agency compliance with National and State CASA standards.
5. Attend and work with National and State CASA programs through conferences and meetings.
COMMUNITY AND PUBLIC RELATIONS:

1. Coordinate public relations with the purpose of recruiting volunteers and increasing public awareness of the
CASA program and its goals and activities.
2. Develop and maintain relationships with appropriate groups, agencies, and organizations, and all other local
child advocacy agencies and community service organizations.
3. Oversee release of press packets and news releases, and follow-up of any media coverage.
4. Approve all written public relations material printed by the agency.
5. Be available for public speaking engagements.
PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT:

1. Hire and supervise administrative and management staff, including handling terminations, if necessary.
2. Write and revise, as necessary, the job descriptions for all staff (except executive director).
3. Prepare yearly performance evaluations (oral and written) for all administrative and management staff
including measuring the rate of personnel turnover (taking corrective action as needed).
4. Hold and document case conferences with employees to review progress on cases and other job duties
basing frequency on needs of employees, complexity and size of caseload, and the newness of the
assignments.
5. Remain easily accessible to employees.
6. Have overall supervisory responsibility and hold all employees accountable for the performance of assigned
duties and responsibilities.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS COORDINATION AND LIAISON:

1. Attend Board of Directors meetings.
2. Assure implementation of all Board directives, policies, and procedures within the organization.
3. Serve as liaison between Board and agency staff.
4. Keep Board apprised of agency operations, changes, and problems.
5. Monitor Board/Committee activities and attend Committee meetings.
FISCAL MANAGEMENT:

1. Manage day-to-day financial operations and transactions in accordance with Board of Directors guidance.
2. Submit monthly and quarterly financial reports to grantors (as required).
3. Review and approve all monthly and quarterly reports and documentation to substantiate those reports.
4. Submit bills and expenditures to the treasurer for reimbursement and accounting.
5. Assist Board President and Treasurer in developing annual budget.
6. Prepare monthly accounting reports to the Board of Directors.
Salary $45,000- $50,000 DOE.

CASA of the Eastern Panhandle is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Candidates who move beyond the initial interview stage will be required to pass a criminal background check.

Send a letter of interest and a resume to Pamela Curtis, CASA-EP Secretary, at curtispe10@yahoo.com

mdhall@wvmphp.org

Familiesforwardwv@gmail.com

asbrown@nyap.org

tstellern@pyschmc.com

kwilds@teamwv.org

www.cmhdover.org/careers.
(8.6.18)


Contracted School Based Mental Health Therapist (full or part time) Martinsburg, WV
EastRidge Health Systems is hiring mental health therapists to provide individual and group therapy  for students during the upcoming school year in Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan Counties.
Qualifications:
1.       Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling or Psychology
2.       Current WV license preferred
3.       At least one year experience in working with children
To apply, please send resume to rquinn@eastridgehs.org

jlecuyer@crittentonservices.com

www.crittentonwv.net to learn more about our history as well as how we are serving our communities.
(8.3.18)


Contract Mental Health Therapist (full- or part-time) - Huntington, WV
Xylem Family Resources is hiring a full- or part-time mental health clinician. Our practice specializes in providing psychotherapy services to women and children in person and through the use of technology. The ideal candidate for this position has a special interest in working with these populations and foundational skills in mental health assessment, diagnosis, and treatment. 
Qualifications
•       Master’s Degree and current license in Social Work, Counseling, or Psychology   
•       At least 1 year of experience
•       Training in play therapy preferred
To apply, contact Michelle Comer, michelle@healthyfamilytrees.com

Jerry.Herrick@uhsinc.com

roadtorecovery.wv@outlook.com

bdavis@childhswv.org

mphares@rchawv.org

www.nyap.org/careers to apply or learn more
Program Supervisor - Ravenswood
Facilitator - New Martinsbille
Licensing Coordinator - Fairmont
Community Resource Coordinator - Fairmont
For questions contact:
Ashley Brown
Human Resources Business Partner
National Youth Advocate Program, Inc.
1801 Watermark Dr., Suite 200
Columbus, OH 43215
asbrown@nyap.org

cheryl@daymark.org

bheck@childhswv.org

www.nyap.org
or
fax resume to 304-333-2210 EOE
(7.25.18)


NCWVCAA Head Start/Early Head Start Children Services Supervisor for Taylor County with documented supervisory experience required to include: interviewing, hiring, termination, corrective action, performance appraisal, etc.  Bachelor’s Degree from accredited college/university in Human Development, Early Childhood Education, Social Work, Child Development or related field.  Valid driver’s license; vehicle with adequate insurance coverage for on the job use; safe driving record; State and Federal Bureau of Investigation Criminal History Check; Sex Offender Registry Check; Protective Services Record Check; initial Health Assessment and required updates; prior to hire TB Risk Assessment or TB screening by Mantoux method and thereafter as applicable.  Ability to work under pressure and handle multiple tasks.  Demonstrated ability to plan, train, evaluate, coordinate, organize, manage, and work without direct supervision.  Typical work hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:00pm.  Evening/weekend hours and overnight travel as needed.  Wage $36,779-$39,686.  For application-www.ncwvcaa.org or 304-363-2170 ext.106 or 123.  Leave name, address, and phone number.  Submit copy of resume and transcript with application.  NCWVCAA is an EOE. 
(7.20.18)


NCWVCAA Head Start Family Resource Coordinator/Early Head Start Family Educator for Barbour and Tucker Counties-Full Time/Full Year $13.85 to $14.55/hr. plus benefits.  State and FBI Criminal History Record Check; Sex Offender Registry Check and Protective Services Record Check required.  Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Human Development, Social Work, or related fields (Psychology, Counseling, Sociology, or Criminal Justice).  Social Work License preferred.  Experience in Social Work or Child Development; Case Management; Home Visiting, knowledge of child health requirements; computer skills; accurate record keeping and reporting skills. 
Applications available at www.ncwvcaa.org or at Philippi Head Start, 183 Chestnut Street, Philippi WV 26416
Attn: Nancy Keller
(304) 457-2181
NCWVCAA is an EOE.
(7.19.18)


We have a 35 hr./week with awesome benefits available for a licensed Social Worker.
This is a full time position!
This job is available in any of our 7 counties we serve in WV (Randolph, Barbour, Pocahontas, Pendleton, Grant, Mineral, Tucker).
Please apply online at www.mountainhospice.com
Or send resume to hr@mountainhospice.com

https://www.pressleyridge.org/careers.html
Contact Ally Taylor at ataylor@pressleyridge.org

HR@cog-wv.org

krsowards@psimedinc.com

jgriffith@ptchc.com

mvansant@bumcfs.org

monica@courageousjourney.biz

https://keypro.jobs.net/en-US/job/clinical-assessor-field-or-telephonic/J3R4FY6P3WM83W6TQG8
(7.9.18)


United Summit Center a comprehensive community mental health center located in north central West Virginia is looking to hire school based therapists. A Master’s Degree in a mental health field, counseling, psychology or social work is required. Please submit your resume to: HR at United Summit Center, #6 Hospital Plaza, Clarksburg, WV 26301  or  hr@uscwv.org

www.arc.gov
To apply, please submit cover letter and resume to hr@arc.gov

https://astho-jobs.careerwebsite.com/link.cfm?c=EAIFd2W6bXZ8
(7.5.18)


Prevention Specialist
West Virginia University’s Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is seeking applications for a Prevention Specialist. This position will be responsible for assisting in advancement of the organizational mission, strategic plan, and overall functions of the department by supervising the delivery of sexual assault prevention, sexual health, and alcohol education programs to students. This includes the implementation of a bystander intervention programs, leading training sessions and education sessions both on and off campus. Additionally, this position will be responsible for working closely with the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, Greek Life regarding prevention and education efforts.
 Qualifications include:
• Master's degree in public health, nursing, psychology, social work, or a related social or behavioral science.
• One (1) year of experience in:
o Prevention education and bystander intervention programs addressing discrimination, sexual misconduct, relationship violence, stalking, bullying on the basis of sex or gender, and issues related to diversity, and equity
o Researching, developing, implementing and documenting training
• An equivalent combination of education and experience may also be considered
• Ability to interpret federal and state equal opportunity and non‐discrimination laws and regulations, including Title IX and others
• Ability to build relationships and establish collaborative partnerships across the institution and peer institutions
• Ability to handle confidential and sensitive situations with diplomacy and excellent judgment and to act calmly and objectively
• Ability to use a personal computer effectively for word processing, maintaining records, and scheduling
Please share the below posting with your networks, listservs and potential candidates:
https://wvu.taleo.net/careersection/staff/jobdetail.ftl?job=09173&tz=GMT-04%3A00
 Any questions can be directed to WVU’s Employment Specialist, Adam Heflin at Adam.Heflin@mail.wvu.edu

team@teamwv.org

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/winchesterva
(7.2.18)


The Shack Neighborhood House, Inc. in Partners with Starting Points is looking for Full time Starting Points Program Manager for Monongalia County Starting Points.
The position supervises and manages Starting Points staff, programming, and more. Starting Points offer programming that support the social, emotional, and physical health and development of children from birth to age 5 and their families.
Must have specific degree from the list below in order to be considered. Management and supervision, home visiting and experience with children ages 0-5 preferred.
Job qualities include: organization, detail oriented, interest in working with children/families with and without developmental delays, dedicated, flexible schedule, able to meet deadlines, and willingness to learn at a fast pace in a changing field.
Please see attached job description for more information.
Interested candidates email Tia Lasporgara at Director@the-shack.org

cpc2015@outlook.com

HKFCDirectorSearch@gmail.com

Promote, embody, and defend the organization’s vision and mission, inspiring confidence in the organization, internally and externally;
  • Offer assistance to our 9 major programs/partnerships and their directors: Try This, Our Children Our Future, Families Leading Change, WV Trainers Project, Call to Action for Racial Equality, Healthy Bodies Healthy Spirits, Young WV, the Candidate Training Academy, and Strong Mountain Communities;
  • Engage and collaborate with community members, funders, partnering organizations, and state leaders; recruit, develop, and lift up the leadership of working families and vulnerable people in everything we do;
  • Develop and support of a strong majority low-income board of directors; our board of directors, like all our leadership teams, should look like the change we are fighting for;
  • Lead, coach and develop our top-notch staff team, while ensuring a respectful, collaborative and productive workplace;
  • Help manage the re-granting of hundreds of thousands of dollars to 100+ partners annually, in a way that ensures resources get to the communities and leaders who need it most;
  • Make WVHKFC a model organization that represents in its policies and procedures the change we are fighting for; and
  • Install and monitor effective systems to track progress, evaluate programs and measure successes that can be effectively communicated to the board, funders and other constituents.
  • Fundraising & Communications:

    • Work with staff, board, and partners to raise money from diverse sources to support our existing and future program goals and operations; and spread resources to community-driven efforts through re-granting;
    • Refine our communications strategy to achieve recognition, engagement and support for the organization and its initiatives; and
    • Tell great stories about our organization, our partners, and the grassroots leaders who are our lifeblood; find ways to unify, streamline and embolden our communications.

    Planning & Development:

    • Conduct regular, energizing assessments and strategy sessions with a mixture of Board, staff, partners, and community leaders;
    • Make sure our staff and their families have the resources, support, and opportunities we work to ensure for all families; develop policies, practices, and structure that gives staff the tools to lift up marginalized and oppressed communities and individuals, and themselves.
    • Manage the pace of change – learning how to take calculated risks to “seize the moment” while sustaining current efforts.

    Qualifications

    Desired qualities, experience and qualifications include:

    • Embodies a commitment to the organization’s mission and to social, economic and racial justice;
    • A track record of organizing low-income and vulnerable people for lasting social change;
    • A strong background in management of nonprofit programs/organizations, including fundraising and grant writing;
    • Ability to form and sustain good working relationships at all levels: staff, board, funders, community members, partner organizations and government agencies;
    • Ability to communicate, work with, empower, and relate to people from all walks of life in a genuine way;
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills; a persuasive and passionate communicator with good interpersonal skills; and
    • Action-oriented, adaptable and innovative.

    Salary, Benefits, and other Details

                The Director will earn $60,000 – 75,000 (commensurate with experience), plus health benefits, generous paid time off and family leave, and reimbursement for all travel and on-the-job expenses.  

        The WVHKFC main office is in Charleston, and the Director should expect to have meetings at least 1-2 days/week from that office.  However, this position also requires frequent travel statewide.

    HKFCDirectorSearch@gmail.com

    Resume
  • Cover letter that tells us who you are, what matters to you, and why you would be excited to take on this role for the next 4-6 years;
  • 4 people to serve as references, including 2 who are low-income or under-represented
  • A writing sample that answers the following questions (maximum 2 typed pages):
  • o   Write about a successful campaign, organization or project you built that featured prominently the leadership of low-income and vulnerable people – alongside alliances with other stakeholders. What did you learn from that work that you would bring to this job?

    o   How would you describe your leadership skills and style?  What would be your approach to the supervision and support of WVHKFC staff (a dozen people at dispersed locations), interns and AmeriCorps VISTA volunteers?

    o   WVHKFC helps lead 9 statewide movements (Our Children, Our Future; Try This WV; Young WV; WV Candidate Training Academy; Healthy Bodies, Healthy Spirits; WV Trainers Project; Call to Action for Racial Equality; Strong Mountain Communities; Families Leading Change).  Can you offer 1-2 concrete ideas for how these movements could better collaborate or share resources…and how you would facilitate that collaboration.

    o   One of your main jobs in this position is to raise and maintain our ~$1.7 million annual budget.  Tell us about how you would approach that task, and what experience you would bring to it.

    o   How will you balance your responsibilities to raise funds, manage and mentor the staff, and grow the leadership of low-income people in our movements?

    Thanks for your interest! Applications are due July 31st.  We will get back to all applicants by August 15th at the latest and hope to complete a first round of interviews by September 1st.  Our plan is to make a final decision by October 1st, though of course that may change. 

    stephen@ourfuturewv.org

    mtierney@stepbystepwv.org julie@ontheridgeline.com tbartlett@ccwva.org

    https://www.pressleyridge.org/careers.html
    Contact Ataylor@pressleyridge.org

    https://re12.ultipro.com/WES1019WVUH/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=30103
    For more information, contact Darla Merritt, Senior Recruiter at merrittd@wvumedicine.org

    mcarr@childhswv.org

    tstellern@psychmc.com

    www.senioriop.com
    (6.18.18)


    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

    www.mountaineerpsyc.com https://www.facebook.com/mountaineerpsyc/
    https://www.indeedjobs.com/mountaineer-psychological-services/jobs/_hl/en_US
    (6.13.18)


    PSIMED is currently hiring for several position at two correctional centers, Mount Olive and Parkersburg .
    If you know someone looking for a therapist job please have them to contact Ms. Rita Pauley at 304-344-8515
    or e-mail her at rpauley@psimedinc.com

    https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=e284bee7-34b9-4170-9cc3-00f3e0f85f72&jobId=225943&lang=en_US&source=CC3&ccId=19000101_000001
    The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research.  Our mission is to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research, to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.
    Position Summary:
    Reporting to the Program Director, the Program Coordinator works with the Management Team to carry out the mission of the organization, specifically related to the Alzheimer's Association's programs and services, as well as community education, advocacy, outreach and awareness. This position is located in the North Central office in Morgantown, WV.
    Essential duties and responsibilities:
    •Respond to Helpline calls in the North Central Regional Office
    •Conduct Care Consultations with Alzheimer's families
    •Assist with creation or update of program materials, manuals, handbooks, and maintain community resource finder data
    •Support the regional support group network through recruiting and training facilitators, and providing support to volunteer facilitators
    •Assist in creating and overseeing the portion of the annual work plan
    •Schedule and conduct community workshops and trainings
    •Coordinate regional physician outreach & program marketing
    •Attend events and increase community awareness of Alzheimer's disease and the services provided by the Alzheimer's Association throughout the region as needed
    •Identify opportunities to collaborate and further develop relationships with community agencies to promote awareness of Alzheimer's disease and the Alzheimer's Association
    •Identify recruit, train and supervise community volunteers to participate in the association's mission
    •Participate in the development and implementation of the Chapter's comprehensive fund development and marketing plan
    •Assist regional coordinator with administrative and fundraising initiatives as needed.
    •Assist with implementation of Chapter's advocacy / public policy efforts
    •Work with other Alzheimer’s Association staff to develop collaborative relationships with regional health care and community agencies on issues of aging and dementia
    Qualifications:
    •Bachelor’s degree
    •3 plus years of experience in volunteer development, community collaboration, community health outreach, and Alzheimer's disease preferred.
    •Demonstrated ability to recruit, motivate and coach volunteers
    •Demonstrated success in the development and promotion of programs
    •Proficient user of personal computer, Microsoft software applications, Google suite required; familiarity with donor software systems preferred
    •Must possess valid driver's license, access to a reliable vehicle, and proof of valid automobile insurance
    •Self-starter, able to work with little supervision; highly motivated, detail oriented
    •Excellent verbal and communication skills
    •This position requires professional composure, attention to detail, strong organizational skills, creative thinking, and a passion for the mission
    •Experience executing projects to reach and exceed ambitious goals
    •Ability to manage volunteers at different levels of expertise with diplomacy
    •Ability to work with diverse communities and demonstrate inclusion
    •Interest and ease in working with corporations and constituents, including public speaking
    (6.8.18)


    DIRECTOR, CHILD CARE RESOURCE CENTER
    Catholic Charities WV is seeking a full-time Director of the Child Care Resource Center. The position can be located in either the Wheeling or Morgantown office.  Job duties include coordination of program services, evaluation of program components, compliance, staff supervision and evaluation, budgeting, reporting, and program quality.  Visit www.dwc.org for requirements and details of how to apply.
    (6.6.18)


    Catholic Charities West Virginia is seeking a full-time case manager in the Elkins office. Duties include:
    • Meeting directly with low-income individuals to assess their needs and develop and implement comprehensive service plans;
    • Maintaining partnerships to meet client, community and agency needs;
    • Assisting with emergency and food pantry services;
    • Participating in resource development activities;
    • Maintaining appropriate documentation of all activities

    Qualified individuals must have a minimum of a Bachelor in Social Work degree or equivalent with a valid social work license or the ability to be licensed in West Virginia. Preference will be given to individuals with case work experience.

    Please send cover letter, resume and three references to Trina Bartlett, Eastern Regional Director at 224 South Queen Street Martinsburg, WV 25401 or tbartlett@ccwva.org

    joy.reckley-murphy@archwaystation.net

    kwillistonhope@gmail.com

    megan@morganpartnership.org

    www.kvss.org
    Provides operational and programmatic support. Manages Fiscal Unit. Reports directly to Executive Director.
    Send letter of interest, resume, references and salary requirements to:
    Paulette S. Justice, LPC, LCSW
    Executive Director
    Kanawha Valley Senior Services, Inc.
    2428 Kanawha Blvd., East
    Charleston, WV  25311
    (6.5.18)


    Shepherd University in Shepherdstown, WV is currently accepting applications for a 9 month  Counselor II position in Counseling Services.  Please follow the link below for more details and to apply.
    https://jobs.shepherd.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1527612756086
    Posting Number:    0003001   
    Working Title:    Counselor   
    Position Type:    Staff   
    Department:    Counseling   
    Pay Grade Level:    4   
    Position Status:    Full Time   
    FLSA Status:    Non-exempt   
    Appointment Length:    9 Months   
    Salary:      
    Posting Date:    05-25-2018   
    Job Summary/Basic Function:    This is a full-time, 9 month Counselor position. Some evenings required. Effective communication skills are needed for campus presentations and workshops.
    This individual's primary responsibility will be to provide direct services to the student population in various areas of counseling: individual, group, workshops, and trainings. The counselor will participate on the Behavioral Intervention Team to address the needs of students at risk. The counselor will also work with faculty and staff on programming and participate in other projects presented by Counseling Services.   
    Base Hourly Rate;
     (if part-time position or hourly):      
    Minimum Qualifications:    Master's degree in counseling or social work. Licensed as a Professional Counselor or Licensed Clinical Social Worker.   
    Preferred Qualifications:    5 years counseling experience, preferably in the higher education setting or with young adults.   
    Closing Date:    Open Until Filled 
    Special Instructions to Applicants:    Appointment to this position may be contingent upon a satisfactory background check. 
    (5.31.18)


    HOPE, Inc., A Task Force on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault is currently accepting resumes for a full time STOP Team Coordinator/Victim Advocate in our Harrison County office.  Bachelors degree in human services field and/or working with victims is preferred.  We offer excellent benefits and are an equal opportunity employer. Please send resume with cover letter to the Executive Director Michele McCord by email to hopeinc@hopeincwv.org

    jritterhope@yahoo.com skillbuilders1@comcast.net

    skillbuilders1@comcast.net

    executivedirector@hhomwv.org

    www.highlandclarksburghospital.com or contact the Director of Therapy and Social Services Julie Bozarth at 304-969-3117.LEAD THERAPIST - ADULT UNIT
     OPENING DATE:  May 14, 2018        REQUISITION #LT-I-51418
    JOB SUMMARY:
     In addition to essential functions and duties as a Therapist, the Lead Therapist will serve in an additional leadership role to assist/provide support for the Program Managers and Therapy Team. This will include assisting with/co-facilitating meetings, trainings, education/coaching, and program development and evaluation.  The Lead Therapist may also provide additional support and guidance in the absence of the Program Manager. Reports directly to the Program Manager.
     ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
     Lead Therapist Duties
    1. Provides education and mentoring to the therapy and case management team, including skills training, treatment plan training and education, and co-facilitate and/or cover (in Program Manager’s absence) therapy team meetings.
    2. Assist/co-facilitate daily treatment team meetings
    3. Assist in oversight and monitoring of the development and implementation of behavior plans and treatment plan updates.
    4. Assist with program development, evaluation, implementation, and daily operation of the unit.
    5. Participate in new staff orientation, the preceptor program, and education of student interns.
    6. Assist with monthly all-staff meetings.
    7. Assist with audits and ongoing compliance with regulatory standards, hospital policy and procedure, and quality assurance/performance improvement measures.
    8. Oversee treatment plans, discharge planning, arranging for follow up care, and developing mechanisms for exchange of appropriate information with sources outside of the hospital.
    9. Sign off on all treatment plans.
    10. Assist with regulatory agency surveys.
    11. Assist with the interview process for new therapy team members.
    12. Maintain communication and collaboration with the Program Manager and Director of Therapy and Social Services.
    Therapists Duties:
    1. Provides individual, family and group therapy for adults, adolescents and children.
    2. Interviews family members and/or collateral sources for information to complete or supplement the assessment and aid in treatment planning and provides crisis intervention to patients and families in acute distress.
    3. Establishes and implements therapeutic goals, objectives, and interventions.
    4. Presents patient information at treatment team meetings for reviews of patient progress and discharge planning procedures.
    5. Maintains all clinical documentation in accordance with regulatory and accrediting standards.
    6. Provides patient and family education and schedules family meetings and therapy sessions.
    7. Documents and reports all suspected incidents of abuse and/or neglect in compliance with current regulations.
    ADDITIONAL DUTIES:
    1. Meets staff development requirements.
    2. Maintains continuing education requirements.
    3. Other related 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:
    Master’s degree in Social Work required. Minimum of 2 years of experience as a mental health or substance abuse therapist preferred.
     Language Skills:
    Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of variable as needed. 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 variable as needed. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form.
     Certificates, License, Registration:
    Licensure preferred, (Temporary Social Work Permit, LSW, LGSW, LCSW, LICSW. Must take and pass licensure exam and/or begin licensing supervision (as required) within 6 months of hire.
     Other Skills and Abilities:
    Ability to deal with a variety of personality types; remains calm during high stress situations.
    (5.22.18)


    Therapist Clinical Liaison Positions Open!
    2 Locations Available: Clarksburg, WV and Ona, WV
    Master’s Degree in Human Services Degree Required
    State License (or License Eligibility) Required
    Our Therapist/Clinical Liaison serves as the clinical expert and advocate for the youths’ treatment needs from intake to discharge, for a case load of approximately 7 to 10 children and their families. Help develop lifelong skills and relationships for kids and families in our community going through unique challenges.
     Apply online: https://www.pressleyridge.org/careers.html
    Contact: Ally Taylor, Talent Acquisition Coordinator. ataylor@pressleyridge.org

    tbartlett@ccwva.org

    Jayadams@atfuov.org

    monica@courageousjourney.biz

    am@emtns,org
    (5.14.18)


    Now Hiring for Pressley Ridge- Crab Orchard, Beckley, WV
    • Youth Service Supervisor: coordinate and evaluate the day to day implementation of the Youth Services program including the implementation of Pressley Ridge and state policies and procedures. Master’s Degree in Human Services field and state licensure required (or enrollment in Master’s program and license eligible).
    • Youth Service Worker: provides outcome based services for youth that are under the auspices of the Youth Services Program. Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services field required.
    • Treatment Coordinator: Provide leadership in partnering with families and appropriate others in the community to assure that the therapeutic needs of a designated caseload of troubled children are adequately addressed. Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services field required.

    Apply online: https://www.pressleyridge.org/careers.html
    Contact: Ally Taylor, Talent Acquisition Coordinator. ataylor@pressleyridge.org

    jbryson@goodwillhunting.org

        Are you looking for a position that provides a constant challenge yet is
        also rewarding?  Academy Programs has a a full-time therapist position
        available that offers constant therapeutic challenges that are not
        mundane or routine. Academy Programs is a Level II residential facility
        that serves adolescents (ages 12-18) with behavioral and substance abuse
        issues. Our therapists provide treatment related to specific behavioral
        health issues through individual and group therapies. The position does
        require a motivated individual who possesses time management and
        self-regulatory skills. Academy Programs is located in Fairmont, WV
        which is only a short drive from surrounding areas. Candidates must
        possess a master’s degree in Social Work or Counseling. No license
        needed. Recent graduates are encouraged to apply.  Start date would be
        5/21/18.  Interested individuals please send resume and/or questions to
        jwillett@academyprograms.org

    https://www.pressleyridge.org/careers.html
    Contact: Ally Taylor, Talent Acquisition Coordinator. ataylor@pressleyridge.org

    shawntrimble@thewelltree.net

    jwhite@prestonseniors.org

    employment@wvceh.org

    https://www.pressleyridge.org/careers.html
    Contact: Ally Taylor, Talent Acquisition Coordinator. ataylor@pressleyridge.org

    https://www.pressleyridge.org/careers.html
    Contact: Ally Taylor, Talent Acquisition Coordinator. ataylor@pressleyridge.org

    jwillett@academyprograms.org

    https://www.pressleyridge.org/careers.html
    Contact: Ally Taylor, Talent Acquisition Coordinator. ataylor@pressleyridge.org

    Carolyn.Ivy@fmc-na.com

    1113bpattydcounselor@gmail.com

    stephen@ourfuturewv.org

    rmcelrath@mulberrystreetmanagement.com

    ataylor@pressleyridge.org

    https://www.pressleyridge.org/careers.html
    (4.20.18)


    Recruitment & Certification Specialist/ Homefinder
    THIS POSITION OFFERS $500 HIRING BONUS AT 30 DAYS, $500 BONUS AT 6 MONTHS AND $1000 AT 1 YEAR!
    Position Summary
    Pressley Ridge Treatment Foster Care (TFC) Regions I&III in Clarksburg, WV has a current opening for a Recruitment & certification specialist. Come be a part of an innovative treatment team that is committed to doing whatever it takes to create success for children and their families!  The Recruiting and Certification Specialist is responsible for all aspects of the recruitment and certification of TFC Parents, including responsibility to train/teach TFC Parents.  The Recruiting and Certification Specialist works independently or within a team with minimal supervision and understands community relations as well as the Re-Education Philosophies and Community Based service components.  The Recruiting and Certification Specialist travels extensively.
    Essential Roles and Responsibilities
    Recruitment and Retention
    Community
    Documentation and Compliance
    Professional Development
    Safety
    Essential Qualifications
    Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services field
    State licensure in social work or human services
    Valid driver’s license and auto insurance
    One year of supervised experience with children and/ or families
    Clearances: State Police/FBI per state regulations; Child Protection 
    Location: Clarksburg, WV
    Contact: Ally Taylor, Recruiter: ataylor@pressleyridge.org

    https://www.pressleyridge.org/careers.html
    (4.20.18)


    Therapist - Cumberland, MD
    Position Summary
    The Clinical Therapist will provide effective therapy to children, adolescents, families and/or individual adults in office, home/community and school settings.  Individual will work closely with Program Supervisor and Psychiatry Department.  The therapist also assists with general quality assurance responsibilities for program treatment services.
    Essential Roles and Responsibilities
    1. Delivery of Services
    2. Professional Development
    3. Performance Improvement
    4. Documentation and Record Keeping:
    5. Community
    Essential Qualifications
    a. Master’s Degree in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work or human services degree.  
    b.  Current MD Counseling or Social Work License
    b. Valid driver’s license and auto insurance
    c. Experience:  at least 1 year experience working with children and/ or families
    d. Clearances: State Police/FBI per state regulations; Child Protection 
    Location: Cumberland, MD
    Contact: Ally Taylor, Recruiter: ataylor@pressleyridge.org

    https://www.pressleyridge.org/careers.html
    (4.19.18)


    Teacher Counselor - Clarksburg
    Position Summary
    The Teacher/Counselor assists in the developing, implementing, and monitoring of individual and group treatment plans and procedures during program hours that result in improved adaptive social/interpersonal functioning and high rates of successful program completing among youngsters in assigned group.  The Teacher/Counselor resides with assigned youth according to a variable pattern, required by program’s schedule.
    Essential Roles and Responsibilities
    1. Building Positive Relationships with Youth
    2. Safety & Well-being
    3. Group/Milieu Management
    4. Treatment Planning & Implementation
    5. Therapeutic and Educational Activities
    6.  Professional Development and Training
    7.   Documentation and Record keeping
    Essential Qualifications
    a. Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services field
    b. Valid driver’s license and auto insurance
    c. Experience:  No experience required
    d. Clearances: State Police/FBI per state regulations; Child Protection 
    Location: Laurel Park- Clarksburg, WV
    Contact: Ally Taylor, Recruiter: ataylor@pressleyridge.org

    https://www.pressleyridge.org/careers.html
    (4.19.18)


    Teacher Counselor - Morgantown
    Position Summary
    The Teacher/Counselor assists in the developing, implementing, and monitoring of individual and group treatment plans and procedures during program hours that result in improved adaptive social/interpersonal functioning and high rates of successful program completing among youngsters in assigned group.  The Teacher/Counselor resides with assigned youth according to a variable pattern, required by program’s schedule.
    Essential Roles and Responsibilities
    1. Building Positive Relationships with Youth
    2. Safety & Well-being
    3. Group/Milieu Management
    4. Treatment Planning & Implementation
    5. Therapeutic and Educational Activities
    6.  Professional Development and Training
    7.   Documentation and Record keeping
    Essential Qualifications
    a. Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services field
    b. Valid driver’s license and auto insurance
    c. Experience:  No experience required
    d. Clearances: State Police/FBI per state regulations; Child Protection 
    Location: Morgantown, WV
    Contact: Ally Taylor, Recruiter: ataylor@pressleyridge.org

    https://www.pressleyridge.org/careers.html
    (4.19.18)


    POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
    Executive Director
    National Association of Social Workers – Wyoming Chapter
    The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is seeking a part-time (.6 FTE) Executive Director for the Wyoming Chapter. Applicants will possess strong nonprofit association management skills, a substantial knowledge of the social work profession, and a strong commitment to social work values. Applicants will also have leadership skills that 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. The Wyoming Chapter has approximately 275 members statewide and is presently headquartered in Cheyenne. NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound and just social policies.
    The position is for 24 hours per week with a competitive salary in the low-thirties, plus excellent benefits, including health and life insurance, and retirement. The Chapter Executive Director reports to the NASW Deputy Director of Chapter Operations at the National Office and is accountable to the Wyoming Chapter Board of Directors. Travel across the state of Wyoming is a required component of the position.
    Required Qualifications:
    • Leadership experience working with professional or non-profit organizations and their volunteer Boards
    • Minimum of 3-5 years of executive leadership experience
    • Demonstrated ability to work independently while meeting organizational goals and timelines
    • Exceptional executive management and administrative skills with oversight of multiple programs
    • Exceptional written and oral communications skills
    • College degree required; MSW preferred
    Desired Qualifications:
    • Experience in development of membership recruiting, engagement, and support
    • Demonstrated program development and implementation experience
    • Strong experience and skills in the areas of public policy, advocacy and the legislative process
    • Ability to manage administrative tasks in conjunction with the NASW National Office
    • Experience in fundraising
    • Demonstrated budget and financial management skills
    • Experience working with traditional and social media
    • Proficiency with Office products software, including Word, Excel, Publisher and PowerPoint, as well as working in the online/“cloud” environment.
    Only electronic applications will be accepted. Applicants should submit a cover letter and current resume email to NASWWYexecsearch@gmail.com

    chantal@wvahc.org

    shawntrimble@thewelltree.net

    mail@regioneight.org

    www.stjohnshomeforchildren.org) and follow the employment link.  You may find this to be A GREAT OPPORTUNITY to make a positive impact on and work with youth in a 163 year old nationally accredited agency with a proven track record of attaining positive outcomes for kids.
    Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and 3 reference letters OR names/phone numbers of 3 references to:
    Mr. Terry McCormick, Executive Director
    St. Johns Home for Children
    141 Key Avenue
    Wheeling, WV  26003
    OR e-mail information to terry@stjohnshome.net

    janiehowsare@gmail.com

    Brenda.K.Landers@wv.gov

    Kgaouette@Pcgus.com

    www.thomashealth.org.
    (4.9.18)


    Skill Builders LLC
    A WV Birth to Three Service Coordination Agency
    Is looking to hire WV Birth to Three Service Coordinators to work in
    Ohio and Marshall Counties
    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 areas listed above. It also requires some evening or week-end work that you schedule at your and the families 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

    skillbuilders1@comcast.net

    team@teamwv.org

    deborah.s.taylor28.nfg@mail.mil

    http://www.wv.ngb.army.mil/jobs/staffing/Vacancy%20Announcements/WV%20MA%20Job%20Application%20-%2020161220.pdf
    5. Assist applicants to correct truant and socially unacceptable behavior by enrolling in the Program.
    6. Develop written and oral reports on case findings of the application packet including summaries of social, legal, medical and educational circumstances.
    7. Properly manages sensitive and confidential information.
    8. Maintain accurate and up-to-date records in the database and Cadet Application record.
    9. Counsel Cadets and assists in transition to the Academy.
    10. Assist other departments and staff members as needed.
    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    1. Organize and execute day-to-day recruiting activities of the Academy.
    2. Recruit an adequate number of applications, which is identified by quota, for each cycle of the Program to meet the needs of the Academy.
    3. Conduct interviews, develop a summary of the application, and make recommendations regarding eligibility for the program.
    4. Develop, maintain, and correspond (telephone, email, social media, letters, etc.) with a network of gatekeepers, sources of referrals, for at-risk youth including, but not limited to: Circuit Courts, school officials, mental health providers, and other state agencies.
    5. Assist Cadets during their transition into the Program and counsel Cadets in achieving their goals including completion of the Program.
    6. Plan and execute special outreach events (tours, Open House, Media Day, Graduation Reception, etc) to facilitate recruiting and public relations.
    7. Assists in public relations activities: develop print media, conduct presentations to appropriate constituencies, public service announcements with newspapers, radio and television, etc.
    8. Maintain recruiting records and files.
    9. Properly handle, record, store, and dispose of PII.
    10. Must be able to travel frequently throughout the State presenting the mission of the Program and requirements for enrollment.
    11. Must be physically capable of participating in Academy requirements including, but not limited to, classroom instruction, Acclimation, field trips, bus rides, sporting events, operating a 15 passenger van, 16-hour work days, lifting up to 40 lbs of materials or equipment.
    12. Must have a valid driver’s license, pass a criminal background check, and pass drug screenings.
    13. Must travel and attend off-site training.
    KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITY
    1. Knowledge of federal and state laws, regulations and policies in social work.
    2. Knowledge of theories and practices in social work.
    3. Knowledge of behavior modification techniques and philosophies used with at-risk youth.
    4. Knowledge of emotional states and their behavioral indicators.
    5. Knowledge of proper techniques to handle, record, store, and dispose of Personal Identifiable Information.
    6. Skill set for Microsoft Office package.
    7. Skill to communicate both orally (one-to-one and groups) and in written format.
    8. Ability to communicate effectively with a wide variety of people including coworkers, professionals, families and applicants.
    9. Ability to interview people to assess social, educational and medical circumstances to determine eligibility for the program.
    10. Ability to counsel people in favor of specific actions and changes in attitude or insights.
    11. Ability to maintain records, reports and correspondence related to work.
    12. Ability to travel and attend mandatory off-site training.
    TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
    1. Graduation from an accredited four (4) year college or university with a major in social work, criminal justice, psychology, sociology, counseling, education or a closely related field with transferable skills.
    2. Three (3) years of progressively responsible experience in related areas: military, recruiting, advertising, sales, marketing, education and/or counseling.
    SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
    1. As a condition of employment, MCA employees are required to purchase and maintain uniform items (embroidered MCA polo shirts and khaki pants) which must be worn when designated.
    2. Position is contingent upon receipt of continued Department of Defense funding.
    3. This position falls under the West Virginia Public Employees Retirement System (PERS).
    4. Consideration will be given to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, politics, age, membership or non-membership in an employee organization.
    5. State positions announced by the Adjutant General are at-will employment positions. The term at-will means that the employee may be terminated at anytime without cause.
    6. A pre-employment drug screen is mandatory.
    (4.6.18)


    Peer Recovery Coach positions
    Hampshire County Pathways, Inc. has 2 Recovery Coach positions open.  These positions will full time exempt and be on call 24/7 with the exception of Paid Time Off.
    Recovery Coach position 1- non-fatal overdose population at Hampshire Memorial Hospital and EMS. 
    Recovery Coach position 2 - Justice Re-entry population, primarily with Day Report, Drug Court and Parole within Hampshire County.
     Some job requirements are;
     Driver's license
    reliable transportation
    use of personal vehicle
    person in recovery from addiction
    Microsoft office
    self-starter
    highly motivated
    able to work with diverse populations
    general understanding of local resources
    team player while being able to work independently and meet deadlines
     To apply or learn more about these positions please email your resume (NO PHONE CALLS) with cover letter and recovery status to  corbincindi@gmail.com

    shawntrimble@thewelltree.net

    president.naswnyc@gmail.com

    https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1912611&B_ID=44&fid=1&Adid=0&ssbgcolor=8E8E8E&SearchScreenID=172&CountryID=3&LanguageID=2&InternalJobCode=904
    TITLE Social Worker, Medical-MSW (Full-time) - 8033
    EOE STATEMENT We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.
    EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Minimum of Master's Degree (MSW)from an approved school of Social Work. Eligible for and maintains Social Work licensure in West Virginia.
    DESCRIPTION Under the supervision of the Department Leader or authorized designee, the Medical Social Worker is responsible for assisting patients and their families with personal and environmental difficulties which interfere with obtaining maximum benefit from medical care. Assists clinical staff and the Care Managers with casework or group-work services which help promote patients' continuity of care needs. Through discharge planning and crisis intervention, assists the patient and family in adjusting to the medical, social, financial, and emotional consequences of illness and treatment. The scope of service is hospital-wide and may involve patient/family interventions in any inpatient or outpatient service area.
    POSITION REQUIREMENTS Verbal ability, assertiveness, and diplomacy to deal with position requirements. Must be able to understand and communicate medical terminology. Produce and discern appropriate documentation in medical charts and competent to review medical documentation from other disciplines. Record and keep statistical information. Consistently maintains professionalism in contacts with patients, families, clinical staff and outside agency representatives.
    LOCATION St. Mary's Medical Center   
    DEPARTMENT 8033 - CARE MANAGEMENT
    (4.2.18)


    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) or Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) to work in our Behavioral Health program. Excellent benefits package and student loan repayment available.  RMC is a federally qualified health center (FQHC).  Please forward your resume to Kristi Atha-Rader at karader@rmchealth.org

    gsimms@simmshealth.com

    am@emtns.org

    hr@healthwaysinc.com

    Mariah.Melanko@UHSInc.com

    jsole@disabilityactioncenter.com

    http://barbourhealth.org/.
    Please reply with your resume, cover letter and three references to awilliams@barbourhealth.org

    awilliams@barbourhealth.org www.goodnewsmountaineergarage.com/Jobopenings
    (3.26.18)


    PSIMED Corrections, LLC, a behavioral health management company is seeking qualified mental health professionals for the following locations to provide mental health services to the West Virginia Division of Corrections:
         Therapist
    Lakin Correctional Center, West Columbia, WV
    Parkersburg Correctional Center, Parkersburg, WV
    Saint Mary’s Correctional Center, Saint Mary’s, WV
         Mental Health Director
    Mount Olive Correctional Complex, Mount Olive, WV

    • All positions are for full time employment.
    • Candidates applying for the therapist and psychologist positions must have a master’s degree in the Human Services Field and be licensed or license eligible in West Virginia. Candidates applying with management experience in addition to degree and license for Mental Health Director are preferred.
    • Benefits to include 401K, health insurance, CEU stipend, vacation and personal leave, competitive salary, and flexible work schedule.
    If you are interested in any of the following positions, please contact                  
    Rita Pauley at rpauley@psimedinc.com

    emessinger@psimedinc.com Justin.mccomber@acadiahealthcare.com

    Justin.mccomber@acadiahealthcare.com

    https://www.kvc.org/careers/
    (3.22.18)


    WV Autism Training Center at Marshall University has partnered with the WV Dept. of Education to develop regional Behavior and Mental Health Technical Assistance centers to support schools statewide. We are now hiring 4 Behavior Support Specialists, each of whom will serve multiple counties in assigned regions across the state. Details are found at the link provided. This is an exciting opportunity for someone interested in really making a difference.
    https://marshall.peopleadmin.com/postings/9631 
    (3.22.18)


    PSIMED Corrections, LLC, a behavioral health management company is seeking qualified mental health professionals for the following locations to provide mental health services to the West Virginia Division of Corrections:

    Therapist
    Lakin Correctional Center, West Columbia, WV
    Parkersburg Correctional Center, Parkersburg, WV
    Saint Mary’s Correctional Center, Saint Mary’s, WV

    Psychologist
    Martinsburg Correctional Center, Martinsburg, WV
    Mount Olive Correctional Center, Mount Olive, WV

    Mental Health Director
    Mount Olive Correctional Complex, Mount Olive, WV

    • All positions are for full time employment.
    • Candidates applying for the therapist and psychologist positions must have a master’s degree in the Human Services Field and be licensed or license eligible in West Virginia. Candidates applying with management experience in addition to degree and license for Mental Health Director are preferred.
    • Benefits to include 401K, health insurance, CEU stipend, vacation and personal leave, competitive salary, and flexible work schedule.

    If you are interested in any of the following positions, please contact                   Rita Pauley at rpauley@psimedinc.com

    emessinger@psimedinc.com nuskoolscholars@gmail.com

    nuskoolscholars@gmail.com

    www.nyap.org/careers or email abrown@nyap.org

    skillbuilders1@comcast.net

    https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/493257100
    Social Worker 
    Department: Department of Veterans Affairs
    Agency: Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
    Number of Job Opportunities & Location(s): 1 vacancies - Huntington, West Virginia
    Salary: $73,375.00 to $95,388.00 / Per Year
    Series and Grade: GS-0185-12
    Open Period: Wednesday, March 7, 2018 to Wednesday, March 28, 2018
    Position Information: Permanent - Full-Time
    Who May Apply: Open to the public
    (3.14.18)


    Mental Health Intensive Case Management ( MHICM) Coordinator in Mental Health at the VA Medical Center , Huntington, WV
    Here is the link for additional information and to apply  https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/493702500
    Social Worker-Mental Health Intensive Case Management Coordinator(MHICM)
    Department: Department of Veterans Affairs
    Agency: Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
    Number of Job Opportunities & Location(s): 1 vacancies - Huntington, West Virginia
    Salary: $73,375.00 to $95,388.00 / Per Year
    Series and Grade: GS-0185-12
    Open Period: Tuesday, March 13, 2018 to Tuesday, April 3, 2018
    Position Information: Permanent - Full-Time
    Who May Apply: Open to the public
    (3.14.18)


    CASA VOLUNTEER SUPERVISOR
    Western Regional CASA, a program of TEAM for West Virginia Children, has an opening for a part-time position - housed in Pt. Pleasant.  Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) are community volunteers, appointed by the circuit court judges to represent an abused child’s best interests in court proceedings.  CASA volunteers also work with older youth to better prepare them for adulthood.  This position will be responsible for the recruiting, screening, training and supervising of volunteers, as well as case management, networking and public relations, primarily in Mason County.
    HOURS: 20 to 25 hours per week - Monday through Friday
    Daytime hours with some evenings/Saturdays possible during volunteer training and recruitment activities
    DUTIES: Recruit, screen & supervise CASA volunteers
    Conduct training for CASA volunteers
    Attend court hearings, meetings, etc.
    Maintain accurate case and volunteer records
    Network with other community agencies
    Conduct public speaking engagements
    Complete required reports for grants, etc.
    QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in social services preferred
    2 years’ experience minimum in human services
    Supervisory experience preferred
    Computer, communication and writing skills
    Experience with volunteers preferred
    SALARY RANGE:$17.50 to $18.25 per hour            
    APPLY TO:  TEAM for WV Children by March 28, 2018
    P.O. Box 1653
    Huntington, WV 25717-1653
    ATTN:    Kim Runyon Wilds                email:  kwilds@teamwv.org

    james.mcburney@genesishcc.com

    Ashley.ince@genesishcc.com james.mcburney@genesishcc.com

    Ashley.ince@genesishcc.com

    info@mphealthright.org

    contact@harmonymh.org

    www.harmonymh.org.
    (3.7.18)


    Social Services Providers
    Harmony Mental Health, Inc. is a non-profit mental health and social services agency that is hiring  contract Parent Educators and Case Aides to serve families referred by WVDHHR to work in the following counties:
    •      Kanawha County
    •      Jackson County
    •      Tyler/Wetzel County
    •      Calhoun County
    •      Wirt County
    •      Wood County
    Minimum Requirements:
    •      Case Aides- High School Diploma
    •      Parent Educators- Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field
    All applicants must pass APS/CPS background check, CIB and Drug screen.
    Interested parties should submit a resume and cover letter to contact@harmonymh.org

    www.harmonymh.org.
    (3.7.18)


    National Youth Advocate Program Employment Opportunities
    Hiring Program Supervisors
    MSW or similar field plus 2 years experience
    Email abrown@nyap.org

    www.nyap.org/careers
    (3.6.18)


    Family Advocate needed for the Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center to advocate and provide case management for traumatized and at-risk children and their families. Join a team of professionals who create a child-friendly and supportive environment for families in our community. Bachelor's degree in a Human Service field and 6 months experience with children and families required. Send resume to Dr. Capage at moncocac@comcast.net

    skillbuilders1@comcast.net

    https://www.motownchristianhelp.com
    https://www.indeed.com/m/viewjob?jk=94bb79e6414cd8cc&from=serp&prevUrl=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.indeed.com%2Fm%2Fjobs%3Fq%3DExecutive%2BDirector%2BChristian%2BNon%2BProfit
    Non Profit Executive Director
    Christian Help, Inc. - Morgantown, WV 26505
    Christian Help, Inc. is a faith-based organization that meets the needs of those less fortunate in our community through various programs that are intrinsic to our organization. With the retirement of our Executive Director, we are seeking an Executive Director who will provide proactive leadership, management and oversight of a highly-dedicated staff and corps of volunteers. The Executive Director will need to foster and maintain community relationships; develop and implement plans for acquiring funding, material and volunteer resources to perform our mission; manage the day-to-day operations of our facilities; and work closely with the Board of Directors.
    Position Title: Executive Director
    Reporting Relationship:
    The Executive Director (ED) will work with the President and will report to the Board of Directors (BOD).
    Position Description:
    The ED will perform specific functions related to CH as described in the following sections.
    Board Governance:
    Work with the BOD to fulfil the organizational mission - to respond to situations of emergency and need with immediacy and simplicity, respecting the dignity of all persons in the spirit of Jesus Christ.
    Communicate effectively with the BOD and provide all information necessary to make informed decisions.
    Work with the BOD on strategic planning and implementation.
    Participate in all BOD and committee meetings.
    Agency Representative:
    Develop and participate in public speaking opportunities to increase community awareness of CH.
    Establish and maintain relationships with social service agencies, churches, civic organizations and businesses throughout the community to increase the client, donor and volunteer base.
    Participate in inter-agency meetings and trainings for continuing education opportunities.
    Oversee marketing and other communications efforts.
    Manage information to stay abreast of current affairs of non-profit and poverty issues in our community and beyond.
    Program Management:
    Oversee the planning, implementation and evaluation of the Free Store, Emergency Financial Assistance, Food Pantry, Career Closet and Jobs for Life programs and services provided.
    Oversee the planning, implementation, execution and evaluation of the Prom Chic, Back to School and Holiday Food and Toy Distribution projects.
    Assist with the Spring and Fall Morgantown Children's Consignment Sale fundraiser.
    Review CH policies and procedures and recommend changes for BOD approval.
    On-going supervision of the CH building and its maintenance.
    Work directly with staff, volunteers and clients to assure client and organizational needs are met.
    Conduct weekly staff meetings and bi-monthly individual meetings to ensure effective program delivery.
    Maintain confidentiality with a respectful and professional demeanor in all contact with client, volunteers, staff members, BOD members and the community.
    Ensure that all volunteers receive an orientation to the organization and that appropriate training is provided.
    Recruit and train staff that have the right technical and personal abilities to help further CH's mission.
    Implement a process to monitor staff performance on an ongoing basis and conduct an annual performance review.
    Financial Management:
    Research funding sources, oversee the development of fundraising plans and write grant proposals to increase funds to support CH.
    Write various quarterly, biannual and annual progress reports for grants received.
    Administer CH funds according to the approved budget and monitor the monthly CH cash flow.
    Responsible for signing all accounts, contracts, registrations and other instruments made and entered into and on behalf of the organization.
    Ensure that sound bookkeeping and accounting procedures are followed.
    Approve expenditures within the authority delegated by the BOD
    Represent CH as the signatory person on all checks written except personal reimbursements checks.
    Work with the Financial Administrator and BOD to prepare an annual budget.
    Manage acknowledgement of large donations and extensions of donor base.
    Manage donor cultivation, and relationship building practices that will ensure consistent, ongoing communication with both existing supporters and prospects.
    Education/Experience:
    Bachelor's degree in social work, business or a related field. Advanced degree preferred but not required.
    minimum of two years' experience in nonprofit management experience.
    Knowledge, skills and abilities:
    Knowledge of leadership and management principles as they relate to volunteer organizations.
    Knowledge of current community challenges and opportunities relating to the CH mission.
    Highly organized; ability to analyze and plan at both strategic and tactical levels.
    Proficient at design and execution of fund-raising campaigns, programs and events.
    Thorough understanding of donor community and resources needed to engage them.
    A self-motivated team player who is capable of providing leadership and direction through initiative and by example.
    Demonstrated ability to set and achieve established goals.
    Work independently with good judgment and personal initiative.
    Must be able to work in a busy work environment with many others present.
    Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
    Works a standard work week, but additionally will often work evenings, weekends, and overtime hours to accommodate activities such as BOD meetings, community meetings and representing CH at public events.
    (3.2.18)


    The City of Winchester Department of Social Services is hiring for the position of Family Services Supervisor in our Child Protective Services Team.  This is a newly created position. Starting salary is based upon education, training and experience. Minimum starting salary is $53,955.20. Excellent benefit package.  The position requires a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in a Human Services field or minimum of a Bachelor's degree in any field and minimum of two years of appropriate and related experience in a Human Services area (Section 22VAC40-670-20 of the Administrative Code of Virginia).
    To learn more about the City of Winchester and this employment opportunity please visit:  www.winchesterva.gov
    To apply online:  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/winchesterva/default.cfm
    (3.2.18)


    Crittenton Services/Wellspring Family Services has contract Therapist
    opportunities available in all locations: Wheeling | Weirton | New Martinsville | Parkersburg
    Harrisville | Morgantown | Huntington
    Qualified candidates can email resumes and cover letters to:
    John L'Ecuyer | jlecuyer@crittentonservices.com

    www.florencecrittenton.net
    Requirements: WV licensed therapist with at least 3 years experience
    (3.2.18)


    Renewal, Inc. is currently looking to fill a Mental Health Therapist position.  This is a full-time position and individual in this position will work in our outpatient facility, located in downtown Pittsburgh, under the direction of our Mental Health Outpatient Clinical Supervisor.  We are looking for individuals with a Masters’ degree and valid licensure. 
    Renewal, Inc. is continually hiring for various positions ranging from entry-level to Masters’ level Counselor and Therapists.  We are also willing to meet and speak with students to better educate them on the field of community corrections! 
    Richard Shenk
    Human Resource & Compliance Specialist
    Renewal Incorporated
    (412) 246-2781, Extension: 1103
    (3.2.18)


    Martinsburg Institute is hiring full-time counselors for their
    Opioid treatment program.
    Early morning hours, offers insurance, and competitive salary.
    Please call Mark or Ellen at 304-263-1101
    or fax your resume to 304-263-0031
    (3.2.18)


    Program Supervisor
    To oversee and provide support to facilitators of Fairmont/Martinsburg Safe-at-Home and Children's Wrap programs. MSW required or similar degree and 2 years experience. Competitive salary and benefits; team environment.
    Apply online: www.nyap.org/careers
    Email: abrown@nyap.org

    yanuzot@wvumedicine.org

    kwilds@teamwv.org

    www.hospiceofhuntington.org
    Full-Time Medical Social Worker*
    Shift:  Tuesday through Saturday
    DUTIES:
    •         Social work evaluation of patient/family psych/social and environmental needs
    •         Implements the social work treatment plan and documents consistent with insurance guidelines in their homes or facilities
    •         Assists the primary nurse with establishing and maintaining a treatment plan for each patient/family.
    •         Provides support to selected patients post discharge.
    •         Represents the philosophy and services of Hospice of Huntington, Inc.
    POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:
    •         Bachelors Degree in Social Work from an accredited school of social work required, a Masters Degree in Social work preferred.
    •         West Virginia and Ohio Social Work license are required.
    •         Valid driver's license along with an insured, reliable vehicle required.
    •         Minimum of one year experience in healthcare, with a preference in Hospice/Home Health Care.
    •         Evidence of clinical experience and skills pertinent to assessing and counseling individuals.
    *Note: In an effort to best serve the needs of all of our patients, Hospice of Huntington Patient Care Positions will have a designated primary place of work. However, in times of need, the employee will be assigned to temporarily work in a secondary location
    If you have any questions please feel free to contact me
    Shannon Casto, MSW, LGSW, ACHP-SW
    Director of Family Services
    Hospice of Huntington
    304-529-4217 ext. 1216
    (2.23.18)


    The Monongalia County Day Report Center is seeking a contracted treatment provider to provide assessments and counseling services for Adult Drug Court participants. Master’s Degree in human service field with relevant certification in providing addiction treatment required.  Send resumes to Sarah Abel at 75 High Street, Morgantown, WV 26505 or by fax to (304) 284-8987. Deadline for resumes is March 9, 2018.
    (2.21.18)


    Clinical Assessor/Trainer Consultant
    The candidate will perform retrospective reviews of WV Medicaid providers, offering behavioral
    health and substance abuse services, to ensure compliance with Contract requirements. Provider
    reviews, both on-site and desk audits, will assess medical necessity and compliance with WV
    Medicaid documentation standards. Travel is required. This is a home based office position.
    FUNCTIONS:
    • Conducts and appropriately documents provider retrospective reviews utilizing established
    Utilization Management Guidelines, WV Medicaid manuals, and other resources.
    • Provide recommendations related to clinical policies and procedures and based on the analysis
    of information obtained through provider reviews and utilization data analysis.
    • Interface with staff and contractors regarding provider concerns, development of review criteria
    and utilization management resources.
    • Perform job functions within established time frames, participates in team quality review
    activities and meets performance metrics.
    • Provide technical assistance, consultation and trainings to providers via phone, web-based and
    on-site.
    QUALIFICATIONS:
    • Active and unrestricted WV Licensed Psychologist, Masters level WV Licensed Social Worker
    (LGSW, LCSW, LICSW) or Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).
    • In addition to above licensure, AADC or ADC certification is beneficial.
    • Minimum 1-2 years experience in providing behavioral health and substance abuse services;
    experience with WV Medicaid preferred.
    • Demonstrated experience with MS Office – specifically Word and Excel
    • Excellent customer service, written/verbal communications and organizational skills to meet
    deliverables
    • Ability to review/analyze documentations against set standards
    • Ability to adequately communicate findings and recommendations to providers verbally and
    through writing
    • Ability to work independently to meet timelines and expectations
    • Ability to interact appropriately with providers under stressful and/or changing conditions
    • Must have high-speed (no dial-up) internet at home.
    • Must be willing to travel and have active, unrestricted driver’s license, reliable transportation
    and active auto insurance.
    • Must have an OSHA complaint home workspace committed to confidentiality of PHI.
    All applications must be submitted online at the following location:
    https://kepro.jobs.net/en-
    US/search?keywords=&location=Charleston%2CWV%2CUnited%20States&placeid=ChIJOV0UiM4sT4gRCxvJBE
    eoYXY
    (2.22.18)


    SOCIALLY NECESSARY SERVICES CARE MANAGER JOB DESCRIPTION KEPRO is a rapidly growing national quality improvement and care management organization. We work to ensure that over 1 billion people receive the right care, at the right time, in the right setting. KEPRO is recruiting for the following excellent career opportunity in our Charleston, WV office: Socially Necessary Services Care Manager Performs utilization management tasks, training and technical assistance for SNS providers in a concise and clear manner to maintain high customer satisfaction and aims of the program for the WV DHHR Bureau for Children and Families. SNS providers range from biological parents to professional agencies requiring assistance with the authorization process. Provides consultation regarding child welfare cases to BCF Policy/Management staff as well as DHHR field staff related to abuse/neglect and juvenile justice cases to ensure the appropriate services are being authorized. Care Manager represents the contractor at public forums, conferences and meetings regarding the program and assists with further refinement of the model.  Review pended cases within 2 business days of receipt by utilizing the UM manual, interpretive guidelines, BCF policy and BCF procedures  Provide consultation regarding child welfare cases to BCF Policy/Management staff as well as DHHR field staff related to abuse/neglect and juvenile justice cases to ensure the appropriate services are being authorized  Conduct training and consultation to providers and BCF staff regarding SNS policies and procedures, consultation instruments based upon analysis of information obtained via authorization process and review of individual cases.  Represents the contractor at public forums, conferences and meetings regarding the program and assists with further refinement of the model  Will participate in monthly ASO Group Support meetings, quarterly all-staff meetings and other required meetings as needed QUALIFICATIONS  Master’s degree in social work, counseling or psychology from an accredited program  Current WV Social Work, WV Counseling or WV Psychology License in good standing with the corresponding board
     Minimum 1-2 years experience in direct practice with children and families involved with the child welfare system  Demonstrated experience writing/evaluating service plans, leading multi-disciplinary teams, providing educational/training to diverse populations and/or public speaking preferred and customer Service in which both verbal and written communication were required  Knowledge of: WV DHHR Child Protective and Youth Services Policy; WV statute related to abuse, neglect and juvenile proceedings; Child Welfare Best Practice Standards; Supports and Services available across the state; and Health Information Privacy and Portability Act  Skills: Utilize Word Perfect/MS Office and Web applications; Communicate clearly through verbal and written means with providers with different levels of experience; Organize work time and tasks effectively to meet contract deliverables; Negotiation and de-escalation capabilities and the ability to learn the basic policy and procedures of each contract/be cross trained to provide support to other programs when needed  Ability: Analyze/assess service requests to determine if eligibility, admission, continued stay and/or discharge criteria are met; Prioritize tasks effectively; Interpret utilization management, training/consulting scores and CareConnection® data; Evaluate provider case records against designated documentation and practice standards and Interpret RFP and program data to allow team to respond to announcements innovatively KEPRO offers challenging careers, excellent benefits and opportunities for advancement. Come grow with a progressive health care management leader. For consideration, please submit resume and cover letter with salary requirements. Only those candidates identified for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please. Visit us at www.kepro.com for more information on the KEPRO Family of Companies. EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability KEPRO is an E-Verify employer. E-Verify is an internet based system operated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in partnership with the Social Security Administration (SSA) that allows participating employers to electronically verify the employment eligibility of their newly hired employees in the United States.
    (2.22.18)


    Behavioral Health Care Manager
    Perform utilization management tasks, provider training and technical assistance for
    WV Medicaid behavioral health outpatient service providers. The Care Manager
    refines guidelines, performs research on best practices, and displays effective
    organizational skills to meet contract deliverables.
    Responsibilities:
    • Medical necessity determination according to utilization guidelines and WV
    DHHR policy.
    • Provide excellent customer service, daily communication with providers and
    contractors, and data completion.
    • Daily communication with providers related to coordination of care
    • Perform activities to support other KEPRO programs as needed.
    Requirements:
    • Master’s degree in social work, counseling or psychology from an accredited
    program.
    • Active, unrestricted WV license in Social Work (LGSW or higher), Counseling,
    or psychology and in good standing with the corresponding board.
    • Minimum of 2-3 years experience in outpatient or inpatient behavioral health
    setting. Medicaid/Public sector service experience preferred.
    • Strong skills related to utilizing Microsoft software, web applications, and
    multiple screens.
    • Excellent customer service, verbal and written communication, clinical
    assessment and negotiation skills.
    All applications must be submitted online at the following location:
    https://kepro.jobs.net/en-
    US/search?keywords=&location=Charleston%2CWV%2CUnited%20States&placeid=ChIJOV0UiM4sT4gRC
    xvJBEeoYXY
    (2.22.18)


    SCHOOL BASED HEALTH REVIEWER JOB DESCRIPTION KEPRO is a rapidly growing national quality improvement and care management organization. We work to ensure that over 1billion people receive the right care, at the right time, in the right setting. Clinical Assessor - Field Establish utilization management guidelines and review policy and procedures. Provides training and consultation to the provider of school based health services through the enrolled providers. Performs retrospective reviews of services billed to Medicaid in WVDHHR Bureau for Medical Services Chapter 538. QUALIFICATIONS  Active, unrestricted WV RN license (BSN preferred) and two years’ experience working with children - or -Master’s Level Social Worker w/active, unrestricted WV license and two years’ experience working in a medical and/or behavioral health setting.  Must have an active, unrestricted WV Driver’s license, transportation and valid car insurance.  Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint  Excellent verbal and written communications skills KEPRO offers challenging careers, excellent benefits and opportunities for advancement. For consideration, please submit resume and cover letter with salary requirements. Only those candidates identified for an interview will be contacted. No Phone Calls Please. Visit our website at www.kepro.com for more information on the KEPRO Family of Companies. EOE AAM/F/Vet/Disability KEPROis an E-Verify employer. E-Verify is an internet based system operated by theDepartment of Homeland Security (DHS) in partnership with the Social SecurityAdministration (SSA) that allows participating employers to electronicallyverify the employment eligibility of their newly hired employees in the UnitedStates.
    (2.22.18)


    The City of Winchester Department of Social Services is hiring for the position of Family Services Specialist in our Child Protective Services Team. 
    Starting salary is $42,286.40 to $54,974 and is based upon the chosen applicants education, training and experience.
    Position requires a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in a Human Services field or minimum of a Bachelor's degree in any field and minimum of two years of appropriate and related experience in a Human Services area (Section 22VAC40-670-20 of the Administrative Code of Virginia).
    To learn more about the City of Winchester and this employment opportunity please visit:  www.winchesterva.gov
    To apply online:  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/winchesterva/default.cfm

    (2.21.18)


    Job Announcement
    The MODIFY – Mentoring and Oversight for Developing Independence with Foster Youth – Program at WVU CED is looking for a Community Support Specialist in Oak Hill, WV.  Please go to https://hr.research.wvu.edu/ to apply.  Come be a part of a great team! 
    Please apply at hr.research.wvu.edu  
    The West Virginia University Research Corporation is seeking applications for a Community Support Specialist to serve Oak Hill/Fayette County, WV. This position works within the realm of the Mentoring and Oversight for Developing Independence with Foster Youth (MODIFY) Program at the WVU Center for Excellence in Disability. The purpose of this position is to provide follow up services to youth in transition from foster care to adult independence.
    In order to be successful in this position, the ideal candidate will:
    • Develop and distribute post-discharge packets containing information and resources for use by former foster children.
    • Develop and maintain positive working relationships.
    • Assist current and former foster youth with creating and working towards post-secondary education and independence plans.
    • Assist with data collection and analysis of post-discharge follow-up data on former foster youth.
    • Provide Chafee eligible services to former foster care youth ages 17 to 20 years of age.
    • Provide training and consultation to the DHHR staff regarding the MODIFY Program.
    • Assist with planning and delivering life skills instruction to youth in foster care and former foster care youth.
    Work Hours: Must be able to work some evenings, overnights and/or weekends as well as infrequent, extended out-of-state travel
    Qualifications
    • Bachelor’s degree in social work, counseling or other relevant discipline
    • Two (2) years of direct service working with older adolescents
    • An equivalent combination of education and experience may also be considered
    • Knowledge of human behavior/performance; individual differences in ability, personality/interests; learning/motivation; psychological research methods; and the assessment/treatment of behavioral/affective disorders
    • Knowledge of principles, methods and procedures for diagnosis, treatment/rehabilitation of physical/mental dysfunctions, and for career counseling/guidance
    • Knowledge of principles/methods for curriculum/training design, teaching/instruction for individuals/groups, and the measurement of training effects
    • Knowledge of WV State Foster Care System
    • Ability to write reports/correspondence/procedure manuals
    Requirements
    • Background check
    • Must have or be eligible for licensure as a Social Worker or certified Social Worker by the West Virginia Board of Social Work Examiners
    • Valid driver's license
    • Resume
    • Three professional references


    Mountaineer Psychological Services is looking for a licensed therapist/counselor for our Morgantown office, located in the booming Coombs Farm Development.
    We are a fully staffed outpatient mental health practice offering service to children, adolescents, adults, couples and families needing assistance with a wide range of clinical and behavioral issues. We accept many commercial insurance plans as well as some forms of Medicaid and Medicare. We have licensed psychologists, social workers, and counselors who strive to offer a client-centered, solution focused approach. We embrace diversity and welcome all applications.
    If you are interested in learning more about our team, please send a resume to office@mountaineerpsyc.com

    centerinc1602@gmail.com

    tcarlyle@mountaincap.com

    www.nyap.org or email resume to asbrown@nyap.org

    www.nyap.org or email resume to asbrown@nyap.org

    tbartlett@ccwva.org

    Misty.Holbert@cherokeehealth.com

    misty.holbert@cherokeehealth.com https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/489917100
    Social Worker (Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Program: Clinical Senior Social Worker )
    Department: Department of Veterans Affairs
    Agency: Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
    Number of Job Opportunities & Location(s): 1 vacancies - Huntington, West Virginia
    Salary: $73,375.00 to $95,388.00 / Per Year
    Series and Grade: GS-0185-12
    Open Period: Tuesday, January 30, 2018 to Wednesday, February 21, 2018
    Position Information: Permanent - Full-Time
    Who May Apply: US Citizens
    (2.8.18)


    Job Summary
    Therapist - Saint Mary's Correctional Center (Saint Mary's, WV)
    PSIMED will be a hiring a full time therapist to conduct mental health and therapeutic services at Saint Mary's Correctional Center. The position is 40 hours a week, but will allow for a flexible schedule. Position will include opportunities for therapy, mental health screenings and assessments, psychiatric referrals, and other duties as assigned. Candidate must have good communication, verbal, and writing skills. Candidates with mental and behavioral health treatment are preferred.
    If you feel that you have the qualifications for this position, or are interested in learning more about the position, please submit your resume via Indeed. You may also contact us at 304-344-8515.
    Qualifications and Skills
    Candidate must have minimum of Master’s degree, or be almost finished with a Master's degree, in the human services field, and be licensed or license eligible in WV.
    Benefits
    Position to include 401K, health insurance, CEU stipend, vacation and personal leave, competitive salary, and flexible work schedule.
    Job Type: Full-time
    Ella Messinger, MS
    PSIMED CORRECTIONS, LLC
    Cell: 304-395-4958
    Office: 304-344-8515
    Fax: 304-344-8519
    (2.6.18)


    Skill Builders LLC
    A WV Birth to Three Service Coordination Agency
    Is looking to hire WV Birth to Three Service Coordinator to work in
    Gilmer and Calhoun Counties
    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 areas listed above.
    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

    https://www.indeed.com/
    You may also contact us at 304-344-8515.
    Qualifications and Skills
    Candidate must have minimum of Master’s degree, or be almost finished with a Master's degree, in the human services field, and be licensed or license eligible in WV.
    Benefits
    Position to include 401K, health insurance, CEU stipend, vacation and personal leave, competitive salary, and flexible work schedule.
    Job Type: Full-time
    (2.1.18)


    Catholic Charities West Virginia is seeking a full-time case manager in the Martinsburg office. Duties include:
    • Meeting with clients to develop and implement comprehensive service plans;
    • Developing and maintaining relationships with community partners;
    • Recruiting, training, supervising and evaluating volunteers;
    • Creating and providing learning opportunities, such as life skills, financial literacy and more.
    Qualified individuals must have a minimum of a Bachelor in Social Work degree or equivalent with a valid social work license or the ability to be licensed in West Virginia. Preference will be given to individuals with case work experience. The ability to communicate in Spanish is desirable but not required.
    Please send cover letter, resume and three references to Trina Bartlett, Eastern Regional Director, at 224 South Queen Street Martinsburg, WV 25401 or tbartlett@ccwva.org

    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

    www.renewalinc.com.
    Equal Opportunity Employer/Minorities/Female/Protected Veteran/
    Individuals with Disabilities
    (1.26.18)


    Posting Number  8148
    Date Posted  January 16, 2018
    Job Title  Therapist
    Program/Department  Children’s Services Department
    Facility Address  Leach Center
    Huntington, WV
    Reports to Charles Prince
     Type of position:
     Hours   37.5/week
    1 Exempt

    Benefits:   Full Benefits
    Schedule: Monday- Friday 8:00am-4:30pm   
    General Description: Provide individual, family, and group therapy for clients under the age of 18, who are severely emotionally disturbed, have behavioral problems and substance abuse issues, and are participating in an intensive outpatient program for children and adolescents.  Position also provides case management, consultation and linking with schools, DHHR, Juvenile Probation and other community Resources.  Must work with staff of educators, case managers, and direct care staff to provide comprehensive care.
    Job Requirements:
    Requires MA in Psychology, Social Work, or Counseling, valid driver’s license, and access to reliable transportation during working hours. License or license eligibility is required.  Experience with children and adolescents preferred along with computer and organizational skills.
    Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
    External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
    Human Resources Department
    Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
    3375 US Route 60 E
    Huntington, WV 25705
    www.prestera.org/careers 
    Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or x1020
    Fax: 304-525-7893
    (1.25.18)


    Posting Number  8149
    Date Posted  January 16, 2018
    Job Title  Case Manager
    Program/Department  Cabell Innerchange / IOP
    Facility Address  
    Leach Center
    Huntington WV
    Reports to Charles Prince
     Type of position:
    1 Full-time
     Hours 37.5 /week
    1 Non-Exempt
    Benefits : Full Benefits  
    Schedule- Monday- Friday 8:00am- 4:30pm  
    General Description:
    This position involves providing assessments, case management, crisis intervention and other clinical interventions to clients under the age of 18 who are emotionally disturbed, have behavioral problems and substance abuse issues, and are participating in an intensive program.  Must be willing to provide home visits, attend school transition meetings, consult and link with schools, DHHR, juvenile probation, and other community resources as well as conduct follow-ups after graduation from the program

    Job Requirements:
    BA in Counseling, Social Work, or Psychology.  Experience working with children/adolescents and/or substance abuse preferred.  Valid driver's license and access to reliable transportation during working hours required.
    Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
    External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
    Human Resources Department
    Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
    3375 US Route 60 E
    Huntington, WV 25705
    www.presera.org/jobs
    Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 x1020
    Fax: 304-525-7893
    (1.25.18)


    Child and Youth Advocacy Center
    EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
    Job Posting
    The Child and Youth Advocacy Center (CYAC) is seeking a hardworking, motivated individual to serve as full-time (40 hours per week) Executive Director. The CYAC is a private, nonprofit organization whose mission is to end child abuse in Greenbrier, Monroe, and Pocahontas Counties by coordinating a multidisciplinary team approach to investigation, prosecution, treatment, and prevention. The CYAC serves 200 to 300 children and families each year.
    The Executive Director’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
    Ensuring that the Greenbrier, Monroe, and Pocahontas County Multidisciplinary Investigative Teams (MDITs) function properly and according to protocol. Connecting team members to training opportunities that will strengthen their ability to handle child abuse investigations.
    Representing the CYAC in the community.
    Coordinating all community education and awareness efforts.
    Overseeing the development of programs and services.
    Ensuring that the CYAC adheres to the National Children’s Alliance’s (NCA’s) Standards for Accredited Members. Leading the CYAC through NCA reaccreditation every five years.
    Overseeing budget development and the day-to-day financial operations of the agency, including grant writing, grant reporting, and fundraising.
    Recruiting, hiring, training, and supervising CYAC staff members.
    Serving as a liaison to the CYAC’s Board of Directors.
    Other duties as assigned.
    The Executive Director is supervised by the Board of Directors.
    Qualifications:
     Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree strongly preferred.
    Experience with children and families and knowledge of issues involved in child abuse and neglect cases.
    Knowledge of and ability to perform forensic interviews and case management. Applicants who are not already Certified Forensic Interviewers may receive certification as part of employment.
    Experience in nonprofit management, including financial management, and in working with a volunteer Board of Directors.
    Strong communication and computer skills necessary.
    Must be versatile, self-motivated, and accountable.
    Must be able to think critically, manage stressful situations, and work as part of a team.
    Annual salary commensurate to education, experience, and training. The CYAC provides employees with a generous benefits package that includes health insurance; vision, dental, and life insurance; and retirement.
    To apply, please submit the following items to Katy Montgomery, Board Chair, at khmontgo@hotmail.com

    moncocac@comcast.net

    rkinder@missionwv.org

    http://socialwork.wvu.edu.
    Qualifications
    • MSW degree from a CSWE-accredited institution is required and would allow appointment at the rank of Clinical Instructor. Candidates with a doctoral degree in social work or a related field from a regionally accredited university are eligible for the rank of Clinical Assistant Professor. Five or more years of post-MSW professional social work practice experience is required.
    • Excellent written communication skills.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills and a commitment to collaborate productively with colleagues and students.
    • Technology proficiency.
    To Apply
    Visit jobs.wvu.edu  navigate to the position title, and submit (as a single PDF document) a) a letter of application outlining your interest in the position and academic and administrative experience; b) vita/resume; and c) contact information for at least three references. Applications will be processed until the position is filled, but those received by February 28 will receive priority consideration. For further information, contact Dr. Deana Morrow, Director School of Social Work, at Deana.Morrow@mail.wvu.edu

    melissawebb@wvfamilyservices.org

    melissawebb@wvfamilyservices.org hr@shsinc.org

    braggb@vhcwv.org

    https://marshall.peopleadmin.com/postings/8833
    R10473
    Position Title: Clinical Social Work Instructor
    Classification Title: MURC-Other Bus Operations Spec
    Department: Social Work - RC5361
    Location: MU - Marshall University
    Salary Range: $50,000.00
    Position Summary Information
    Job Description
    The primary focus of this position is to provide a spectrum of social work services to student veterans enrolled at Marshall University. The Center will primarily serve veterans and their families as well as other students and their families. In addition, this social workers will also participate in Drug Court, a program administered by the City of Huntington. Specific mental health counseling services will include: individual, couples, and group counseling. This person will also participate in clinical supervision of MSW student and interns.
    The Clinical instructors (CIs) will serve in the Marshall University Behavioral Health Center and the academic setting within the Department of Social Work. The Clinical Instructor will the clinical portion of course work for up to 4 Graduate Assistants per semester and supervise students as they assess and provide interventions to clients. Clinical Instructors are required to be independently licensed in West Virginia (LICSW), and will be expected to bill for direct and supervised services delivered by graduate students who are conducting their internships. The CI may also use textbooks or other written materials but relies heavily on the student in the field/clinic setting. The CI is responsible for connecting the classroom material and its real-life application and for accommodating the varied learning styles and paces of clinical students.
    Clinical Supervision
     The CI often has responsibility for coordinating student rotations (this could be for Cabell Huntington) or site visits (case management) and for helping students understand their duties in different settings. CIs ensure that the clinical lessons tie in with classroom lessons that have already been completed so that students have the necessary knowledge base for their clinic lesson. CIs supervise the students they instruct during clinic and site visits providing guidance as the students work with staff.
    Student Evaluation
     CIs must conduct formal student performance evaluations, as well as occasionally providing informal feedback. Students rely on their CI for guidance regarding the effectiveness of their actions and decisions and for information about how they can improve.
    Policy Adherence
     CIs adhere to Marshall University’s specific policies and procedures regarding course instruction, student evaluation and other duties. CIs need to be familiar with these policies, as well as those regarding what students are and are not permitted to do in a clinical setting.
    Mentoring
     While not all students will look to their CI as a mentor, a CI should expect that some will. The CI may or may not be required to maintain formal office hours. In either case, CIs may provide mentoring and coaching to some of their students outside the formal evaluation and instruction arenas. CIs are also role models for the type of behavior and mindset that is expected of professionals in their area, and they should keep that in mind in all interactions with students and in their presence.
     Communication and Coordination
     CIs need to regularly communicate with their students, with the program director and often with the corresponding classroom instructor. Communication with students revolves around course objectives and expectations and individual performance. CIs are typically expected to consult the program director in cases of conflict with students or of problems with the program itself or with a clinical site. In some instances CIs will find it helpful to coordinate with other CIs who are teaching in the same subject area or to consult with CIs who have experience in the same academic institution or clinical setting.
     Required Qualifications
    Must be a licensed clinical social worker with MSW and hold LICSW for West Virginia and have two years of experience in social work.
     Posting Detail Information
    Posting Number: MR0171
    Open Date
    11/15/2017
    Open Until Filled: No
    Required Documents
    1.Resume
    2.Cover Letter


    Position Announcement
    REACH (Rape Education, Advocacy, Counseling, and Healing) is currently seeking an individual to fill the full-time position of Victim Advocate.  This position is responsible for providing direct services to victims of sexual violence to include crisis intervention, advocacy, and other follow-up services.  Applicants must be available for on-call shifts and have a Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in the human service or criminal justice field.
    The mission of REACH is to provide professional, compassionate care to survivors of sexual violence and to work toward creating a community in which sexual violence is no longer tolerated. 
    Please email cover letter and resume to Marla Willcox Eddy at meddy@tccwv.org

    naswmn@outlook.com

    gzuk@ovrh.org

    dgillespie@ovrh.org https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/487659100 
    The best way to contact me is by email.
    Vance Morton
    Civilian Medical Recruiting Branch
    Headquarters, Regional Health Command-Atlantic Ft. Belvoir, VA 22060
    Office: 571-231-5871
    Cell: 571-451-3237
    vance.m.morton.civ@mail.mil

    www.civilianmedicaljobs.com
    www.usajobs.gov
    (1.3.18)


    Posting Number  8140
    Date Posted  December 28, 2017
    Job Title  School-Based Therapist- Float
    Program/Department  School-Based Programs-Children’s Services Department
    Facility Address  Cabell County Schools
    Reports to Wayne Bennett
      Type of position:
    1 Full-time
     Hours 37.5/week
    1 Non-Exempt

    Benefits:   Full Benefits
    Schedule: 
    Monday – Friday 7:30am-4:00pm  
    General Description:
    This position will provide school based mental health services including screening and assessment, crisis intervention, information and referral, advocacy, case management, individual, group and family psychotherapy.  Provide consultation, technical assistance, and training to the school staff as it pertains to children’s mental health.  Maintain tracking and outcome data and participate in evaluation activities as appropriate.  Promote school based services by attending Faculty Senate and PTA meetings.  Provide education activities for students and their families for the purpose of skill development.  Facilitate groups for students, families, and/or school staff.  Attend monthly school based services supervision meetings.  Some flexibility of schedule may be necessary to accommodate students and families most likely in the form of one late evening.
    Job Requirements:
    MA in Counseling, Social Work, or Psychology, and must be licensed eligible.  Licensed Therapist must hold a WV license and present at time of hire (LPC, LGSW, LICSW, Licensed psychologist).  Valid driver’s license with reliable transportation. Experience working with children and adolescents preferred.  Experience working in school setting preferred.  Has to cover various schools in Cabell county.
    Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
    External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
    Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
    www.prestera.org/careers
    5600 US Route 60 E
    Huntington, WV 25705
    Phone: 1-800-642-3434 x1019 x1020
    Fax: 304-525-7893
    (1.2.18)


    Posting Number  8139
    Date Posted  October 24, 2017
    Job Title  Community Engagement Specialist 2
    Program/Department  Adult Services
    Facility Address  Resource Center
    1853 8th Ave.
    Huntington, WV
    Reports to Julie Mabe
     Type of position:
    1 Full-time
    Hours 37.5/week
    1 Non-Exempt

    Benefits: Full Benefits  
    Schedule: Monday- Friday
            8:30 am-4:30 pm  
    General Description:
    Works in the community to assist consumers with serious mental illness, substance abuse, co-occurring or co-existing disorders that are at risk of psychiatric hospitalization or are currently committed.  Collaborates and engages with community resources to prevent the need for involuntary commitment, improve community integration, and promote recovery by addressing the needs of all eligible individuals.

    Job Requirements:
    BA in Psychology, Social Work, or Counseling, and valid driver’s license and access to reliable transportation during work hours required. Experience and prior training working with mental health, substance abuse population, and co-existing population is preferred.  Knowledge of community resources preferred.
    Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
    External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
    Human Resources Department
    Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
    5600 US Route 60 E
    Huntington, WV 25705
    www.presera.org/careers
    Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or x1020
    Fax: 304-525-7893
    (1.2.18)


    Posting Number  8142
    Date Posted  January 2, 2018
    Job Title  Therapist
    Program/Department  RT 60
    Facility Address  3375 RT 60 E
    Huntington, WV
    Reports to Marybeth Smith
     Type of position:
    1 Full-time
     Hours 37.5/week
    1 Exempt

    Benefits: Full Benefits  
    M-F 8:30-5:00  
    General Description: This individual will provide individual, group and family therapy, support and education, along with case management to outpatient consumers.  Provide appropriate assessment and referral with follow-up.

    Job Requirements: MA in Counseling, Psychology, or Social Work. Professional license or license eligibility preferred.  Experience working with addicted consumers preferred.  Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation is required.
    Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
    External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
    Human Resources Department
    Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
    5600 US Route 60 E
    Huntington, WV 25705
    www.prestera.org/careers
    Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or 1020
    Fax: 304-525-7893
    (1.2.18)


    Posting Number  8139 REVISED
    Date Posted  December 29, 2017
    Job Title  Community Engagement Specialist 2
    Program/Department  Adult Services
    Facility Address  Resource Center
    1853 8th Ave.
    Huntington, WV
    Reports to Julie Mabe
     Type of position:
    1 Full-time
    Hours 37.5/week
    1 Non-Exempt

    Benefits: Full Benefits  
    Schedule: Monday- Friday
            8:30 am-4:30 pm  
    General Description:
    Works in the community to assist consumers with serious mental illness, substance abuse, co-occurring or co-existing disorders that are at risk of psychiatric hospitalization or are currently committed.  Collaborates and engages with community resources to prevent the need for involuntary commitment, improve community integration, and promote recovery by addressing the needs of all eligible individuals.

    Job Requirements:
    BA in Psychology, Social Work, or Counseling, and valid driver’s license and access to reliable transportation during work hours required. Experience and prior training working with mental health, substance abuse population, and co-existing population is preferred.  Knowledge of community resources preferred.
    Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
    External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
    Human Resources Department
    Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
    5600 US Route 60 E
    Huntington, WV 25705
    www.presera.org/careers
    Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or x1020
    Fax: 304-525-7893
    (23.29.17)


    Executive Director, Women’s Aid in Crisis, Elkins, WV
    Women’s Aid in Crisis, Inc. (WAIC), a dual domestic violence and rape crisis center serving six counties, seeks a full-time Executive Director (ED) who has a demonstrated history of strong leadership and superb communication skills.  The ED oversees all aspects of the organization’s operations, including fiscal management, personnel recruitment and supervision, program coordination, and services to clients.  As the public face of the agency, the ED promotes WAIC’s mission in the community and throughout the state.
    Bachelor’s degree in a related field preferred; 10 years of experience may be substituted.  Administrative experience, including grant writing and non-profit finances, is preferred. Benefits include paid vacation and sick leave, health and life insurance, and a retirement plan. Salary will be based on candidate qualifications and prior experience.
    Email cover letter and résumé to Board President Sharon Helms at:  sharon_helms@hotmail.comApplicants selected for interviews must provide references and a writing sample upon request by the hiring committee. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
    WAIC is an equal opportunity employer. No person shall be denied employment or discriminated against for reasons of race, age, sex, color, gender, gender identity (or expression), national origin, physical ability, marital status, physical impairment, and socioeconomic status.            
    (12.26.17)


    Posting Number  8131
    Date Posted  December 19, 2017
    Job Title  School-Based Therapist
    Program/Department  Lincoln County
    Facility Address  Lincoln County High School
    Reports to Eric Schomburg
     Type of position:
    1 Full-time
     Hours: 37.5/week
    1 Exempt

    Benefits:   Full Benefits
    Shift: M-F 8:30-5:00 pm  
    General Description:
    This position will provide school based mental health services including screening and assessment, crisis intervention, information and referral, advocacy, case management, individual, group and family psychotherapy.  Provide consultation, technical assistance, and training to the school staff as it pertains to children’s mental health.  Maintain tracking and outcome data and participate in evaluation activities as appropriate.  Promote school based services by attending Faculty Senate and PTA meetings.  Provide education activities for students and their families for the purpose of skill development.  Facilitate groups for students, families, and/or school staff.  Attend monthly school based services supervision meetings.  Some flexibility of schedule may be necessary to accommodate students and families most likely in the form of one late evening.
    Job Requirements:
    MA in Counseling, Social Work, or Psychology; licensure preferred.  Valid driver’s license. Experience working with children and adolescents preferred.  Experience working in school setting preferred. 
    Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
    External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
    Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
    www.prestera.org/careers
    5600 US Route 60 E
    Huntington, WV 25705
    Phone: 1-800-642-3434 x1019 x1020
    Fax: 304-525-7893
    (12.19.17)


    Therapist - Parkersburg Correctional Center (Parkersburg, WV)
    PSIMED will be a hiring a full time therapist to conduct mental health and therapeutic services at Parkersburg Correctional Center. The position is 40 hours a week, but will allow for a flexible schedule. Position will include opportunities for therapy, mental health screenings and assessments, psychiatric referrals, and other duties as assigned. Candidate must have good communication, verbal, and writing skills. Candidates with mental and behavioral health treatment are preferred.
    Candidate must have minimum of master’s degree in the human services field, and be licensed or license eligible in WV. Position to include 401K, health insurance, CEU stipend, vacation and personal leave, competitive salary, and flexible work schedule.
    If you feel that you have the qualifications for this position, or are interested in learning more about the position, please submit your resume to emessinger@psimedinc.com

    emessinger@psimedinc.com

    emessinger@psimedinc.com

    splauche@childhswv.org

    hr@cog-wv.org

    www.teamrubiconusa.org. If they are still interested in discussing the position further, they can let me know (michelle.ufner@teamrubiconusa.org

    michelle.ufner@teamrubiconusa.org hopeinc@hopeincwv.org

    mpcc@mpccwv.com

    •       Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW),
    •       Independently Licensed Social Worker (LICSW)
    •       Independently License Professional Counselor (LPC)
    (12.14.17)


    eanderson@ivymount.org

    www.prestera.org/careers
    Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or x1020
    Fax: 304-525-7893
    (12.12.17)


    JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
    Executive Director
    National Association of Social Workers – New Jersey Chapter
    The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is seeking an Executive Director for the New Jersey Chapter with demonstrated leadership and association 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 and 6,400 in New Jersey. 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 Jersey Chapter Board of Directors.
    Position requires:
    • Senior leadership experience working with a professional association or non-profit organizations and their volunteer Boards to ensure that the mission is fulfilled through programs, strategic planning and community outreach
    • Minimum of 5 years of executive level management and leadership experience
    • College degree required; MSW preferred
    • Transparent and high integrity leadership, incumbent will maintain effective internal and external relationships through management, leadership, and communication to achieve economical, productive performance, forward-looking programming, and constructive growth of the Chapter
    • Strong executive level management skills, including the ability to provide oversight for organizational and leadership development priorities, relevant legislative efforts, membership services, and continuing education programs
    • Previous supervisory experience, including the ability to lead, nurture and develop staff members
    • Experience maintaining professional relationship with volunteers
    • Strong budget and financial management skills
    • Strong program innovation, planning and implementation skills
    • Experience in public policy advocacy at legislature and regulatory agencies
    • Community organizing experience
    • Exceptional written and oral communications skills
    • Experience working with and leveraging traditional and social media
    • Ability to articulate and represent New Jersey social workers’ values, perspectives and needs to community organizations and policy-making bodies
    • A track history of involvement in fighting oppression and advancing causes of our diverse communities
    • Commitment to providing excellent membership support and engagement
    • Ability to generate non-dues revenue such as annual conference, continuing education, and grant-writing
    • 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 North Brunswick; travel is required to other New Jersey communities, as needed. Generous compensation and benefit package including health, dental, disability and life insurance, and a 401k retirement program. The salary range is $100-110k. Application deadline: January 22, 2018. Only electronic applications will be accepted. Applicants will email a cover letter and résumé, addressing above qualifications, to: naswnj.execsearch@gmail.com

    jobs_nhf@hemophilia.org

    mcraciunoiu@hemophilia.org www.hemophilia.org
    Phone: 317-417-5501     
    Address: 7 Penn Plaza, Suite 1204, NY, NY 10001
    (12.12.17)


    Skill Builders LLC
    A WV Birth to Three Service Coordination Agency
    Is looking to hire WV Birth to Three Service Coordinators to work in
    Harrison and Doddridge Counties
    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 areas listed above.
    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

    naswnc.applications@gmail.com

    hr@shsinc.org

    hr@shsinc.org

    yhspeggy@yahoo.com

    yhspeggy@yahoo.com

    lbadia@wheelinghomeless.org

    www.prestera.org/careers
    Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or 1020
    Fax: 304-525-7893
    (11.29.17)


    Posting Number  8114
    Date Posted  November 28, 2017
    Job Title  County Director
    Program/Department  Lincoln County 
    Reports to Ken Fitzwater
     Type of position:
    1 Full-time
     Hours 37.5. /week
    1 Non-Exempt

    Benefits: Full Benefits    
    Schedule
    8:30 am - 5:00 pm M-F 
    General Description:
    This individual will provide individual, group and family therapy, support and education, along with clinical supervision of the Lincoln County office. Provide appropriate assessment and referral with follow-up. Will be working with chronic mentally ill and substance abuse populations.
    Job Requirements:
    MA in Counseling, Psychology, or Social Work required. Professional license or license eligibility preferred.  Experience working with substance abuse preferred.  Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation are required. Masters Level Licensed Preferred.
    Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
    External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
     Human Resources Department
    Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
    5600 US Route 60 E
    Huntington, WV 25705
    www.prestera.org/careers.
    Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or x1020
    Fax: 304-525-7893
    (11.29.17)


    Needed full-time or part-time for the Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center to work with traumatized and at-risk children and their families. Will work at the Center and in the schools. Join a team of professionals who create a child-friendly and supportive environment for families in our community. Master’s degree in a mental health field, clinical experience, and license or license-eligible required. Send resume to Dr. Capage at moncocac @comcast.net or 909 Greenbag Road, Morgantown, WV 26508 by December 8th. Call 304-598-0344 with inquiries.
    (11.28.17)


    Skill Builders LLC
    A WV Birth to Three Service Coordination Agency
    Is looking to hire WV Birth to Three Service Coordinators to work in
    Monongalia and Marion Counties
    This position offers flexible hours, an hourly rate and the opportunity to make a positive difference in your community.
    This position does require travel to family’s homes in and around the areas listed above.
    A minimum of a BA degree, preferablly 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.
    skillbui