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Employment Opportunities


 

TIP Peer Mentor (Transition to Independence Process)

(p.t., 20 hrs. per week)

OVERVIEW:

Under the direction of TIP Facilitator, provide in-home and community-based peer mentoring to youth and young adults with serious mental illness in the development of independent living skills. Provide recovery supports across multiple self-help frameworks as identified in the clientís Individualized Transition Plan (ITP). Assist youth in the TIP Program to develop independent living skills, (cooking, budgeting, shopping, cleaning, hygiene, etc.) by modeling and coaching skills such as employability (resume writing, interviewing and community mobility), goal setting, ability to follow complex instructions, and self-advocacy. Utilize personal experiences as a person with mental illness to teach, validate, and motivate others toward Recovery and independence. Work within the formal service continuum to access a broad range of recovery-supportive services including education, employment, health care, housing, day care, transportation, and mental health and chemical dependency treatment services to reduce systems barriers to recovery. Develop and demonstrate understanding of special needs and developmental issues of transition-age individuals. Assist peers to initiate and anchor the process of recovery within their natural living environment, and support them in advocating for themselves to obtain effective services. Plan and implement peer support groups that may include, e.g., recreation, community-life success; post-secondary school achievement; career achievement; and or vocational support. Help peers to set goals and work toward achieving them. Document progress. Attend meetings, training, travel.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

Per grant/funding specifications for position, must be individual with a primary diagnosis of mental illness, a strong desire to identify self as a person with mental illness, and be a current or former user of mental health services. Must satisfactorily complete required Transition to Independence Process training as scheduled by agency. High school diploma or GED required. Excellent interpersonal and verbal and written communication skills. Willingness to share personal recovery experience, help and support others. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality and maintain appropriate boundaries and set personal limits required. Ability to perform computer data system entry required; knowledge of Microsoft Word preferred. Previous volunteer or work experience with others in need of support, advocacy, mentoring, helpful. Ability to travel/transport. Proof of valid driverís license, good driving record, $100,000/$300,000/$100,000. vehicle insurance liability limits and reliable vehicle in safe operating condition and continued maintenance of all. Subject to required criminal background, DMV and drug screen clearances.

HOW TO APPLY:

Submit resume with cover letter to HR Dept., ATTN: TIP Mentor to: ; to HR Fax @ (330) 420-9954, or to CCMHC, P.O. Box 429, Lisbon, Ohio 44432, by 10/31/14, or until position filled.. E.O.E.

 

Families Together Therapist

FT position; salaried with benefits; some schedule flexibility.

OVERVIEW:

Based at main site office, with provision of off-site in-home therapeutic and community support services to multi-need children and families including assessment, treatment planning, coordination of services, monitoring, linking & referral, advocacy, support, education and crisis intervention including rotating on-call coverage and work as part of an intervention team. As applicable, follow (MST) model of treatment (training available for same). Meet productivity expectations, e.g. billable units. Record documentation of assessment, treatment planning, goal progress and discharge for client. Complete reports to referral sources or other involved organizations. Team staff meetings, supervision, travel, and training. Complete agency required documentation. Ability to maintain regular attendance and adherence to work schedule.

Knowledge of basic clinical counseling skills, mental health and substance abuse diagnoses, general counseling techniques as applies to common diagnoses/problem situations, how to create and implement a treatment plan and other agency and various community resources. Specific abilities required are: capacity to collect clinical data and draw valid conclusions, identify service needs outside of oneís own expertise and to function as part of an organization in accordance with established policies and procedures. Complete IHBT/MST training and treatment requirements at in- or out-of-state locations, as applicable. Complete and maintain agency required training.

REQUIREMENTS:

Minimum: Bachelors degree in human services field with active Ohio LSW, (or RN), with two years experience with service population required.

PREFERRED:

Masters degree in field of mental health, such as social work, counseling, psychology, human/family services with minimum active Ohio LSW, PC, LISW, PCC, psychologist, or LICDC.

Ability to communicate clearly and accurately both verbally and in writing with effective consultation and collaboration; assessment, planning, organization, interpersonal skills; ability to work well independently and on a team; travel; perform computer data entry required. Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word) preferred. Subject to criminal background, DMV, and drug screen clearance checks.

Proof of valid driverís license, excellent driving record, $100,000/$300,000/$100,000 vehicle insurance liability limits; vehicle in safe operating condition, and continued maintenance of all, as applicable.

HOW TO APPLY:

Applicants should submit cover letter with resume to: HR Coordinator, CCMHC, ATTN: FamTog Therapist, to ,; or via HR Fax (330) 420-9954, or by mail to CCMHC, P.O. Box 429, Lisbon, Ohio, 44432, by 10/31/14, or until position filled. E.O.E.

 

Community Psychiatric Support Treatment Provider

(CPSTP-Adult)

FT position w/benefits

OVERVIEW:

Behavioral healthcare agency seeks a f.t. Community Psychiatric Support Treatment Provider (CPSTP) to provide direct service to adult clients to include needs assessment, treatment planning, skill development, monitoring, linking, referral, networking, advocacy and crisis intervention. Service planning to include case coordination and recording documentation of assessments and progress for client in achieving treatment goals. Team/staff meetings, receive supervision, travel, and training. Timely and accurate completion of all documentation. Meet agency productivity expectations (e.g., billable units on a fiscal basis). Regular attendance and adherence to work schedule with ability to work flexible schedule based on agency/client need as determined with supervisor.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

Minimum: Bachelorís degree in field of mental health, such as social work, counseling, psychology, human/family services*, or R.N. No experience; no license of m.h. positions. [Bachelorís degree in related field such as education, criminal justice, or corrections, considered with minimum of 2 years experience related to the position.]

PREFERRED EDUC./EXP./LIC:

Bachelorís degree in related field of mental health, such as social work, counseling, psychology, human/family services; one year paid experience, preferably with service population, and active LSW in the State of Ohio.

Skills in written and verbal communication, assessment, planning, organization, interpersonal skills and teamwork. Knowledge of Microsoft Word preferred and ability to perform computer data entry required. Subject to criminal background, DMV, and drug screen clearances. Reliable transportation and ability to travel. Proof of valid driverís license, excellent driving record, vehicle insurance liability limits of $100,000/$300,000/$100,000, vehicle in safe operating condition and continued maintenance of all.

HOW TO APPLY:

Submit resume with cover letter to HR Coordinator, ATTN: CPSTP-A:

Resumes accepted until 10/13/14. E.O.E.

 

 
     


The Counseling Center of Columbiana County
East Liverpool Branch Office
15613 Pineview Drive, Suite A
East Liverpool, Ohio
Phone: 330-386-9004
Fax: 330-386-9023


The Counseling Center of Columbiana County
40722 State Route 154
P.O. Box 429
Lisbon, OH 44432-0429
Phone: 330-424-9573
Fax: 330-424-7140


The Counseling Center of Columbiana County
Salem Branch Office
188 North Lincoln
Salem, Ohio
Phone: 330-332-1514
Fax: 330-332-4938

     

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