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MRSS Program Director/Supervisor

(Independently Licensed Counselor, Social worker, or Therapist)

SIGN-ON BONUS – $2,000.00

The Counseling Center of Columbiana County is current seeking a F.T., Program Director to develop the Mobile Response & Stabilization Services (MRSS) Program to serve Columbiana County, Ohio.  Under the supervision of the Clinical Director, the MRSS PD will develop, direct and coordinate activities of MRSS to ensure that clinically appropriate goals and procedures are accomplished in accordance with risk factors, time limitations, funding requirements, and licensing regulations.   This position provides generous paid leave, schedule flexibility, comprehensive insurance benefits, and 403(b) retirement plan with availability of employer match. 

OVERVIEW:

The Mobile Response and Stabilization Service Program will provide youth up to age 21 and their families with counseling, guidance, and referral services to address juvenile crises to help stabilize and preserve the family unit.  The program is designed to address juvenile behavioral problems such as truancy, chronic runaways, family disputes, and curfew violations, or other needs defined by the youth/family.  MRSS will help children and youth on a short-term basis (up to six weeks) who are experiencing emotional and behavioral crises.  The services are designed to defuse an immediate crisis, keep children and their families safe, and maintain the children in their own homes, or current living situation.  MRSS workers will respond to calls received by the program manager who will determine the need for services.  Workers will respond to calls assigned by the supervisor, by traveling to wherever the crisis occurs, such as in the child’s home, school, or other community locations.

JOB FUNCTIONS:

Demonstrate knowledge of individual growth and development and family and community systems. Develop and manage the MRSS program, daily operations, polices, procedures, and mobilization of crisis workers to provide assessments/referrals. Monitor daily crisis interventions and risk; supervise and train crisis workers and assist in resolving any difficulties. Implements and coordinates group and individual supervision for MRSS team and develops collaborative relationships with internal and external stakeholders, with regular supervisory consultation with crisis clinicians who are assessing clients. Maintain quality code of conduct, ethics, and professionalism, as demonstrated in the MRSS program manual, and adheres to crisis services compliance requirements of the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. Coordinate and maintain proper documentation of all incoming assessments from crisis evaluations, verify risk factors are addressed, with precise and accurate notations.  Establish and maintain outcome measures. Clinical and administrative supervision of assigned staff, assign and schedule crisis counselors; maintain shift stability, facilitate training, evaluate progress. Office based, partial tele-commuting with approval, and travel required for on-sites, supervision, meetings, etc.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

Master’s  degree in a behavioral health care field such as social worker, counseling, psychology, human series, required .    Active Ohio LISW, LPCC, LMFT, or Psychologist is required.  

Experience working with youth and families is preferred.  Excellent skills in written and verbal communication, assessment, planning, organization, interpersonal skills and teamwork.  Valid driver’s license, and good driving record.  Ability to perform computer data entry required and knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word) and EHR preferred.  Ability to sit for long period of time; may be required to lift up to 15 lbs., on occasion.  Ability to travel, maintain vehicle and meet agency vehicle liability insurance requirements. Subject to all background check clearances.  E.O.E.

APPLY:

Submit cover letter and current resume via e-mail at recruit@colmhc.org , HR Fax at (330) 420-9954, or mail to CCMHC, Attn: MRSS-PD, P.O. Box 429, Lisbon, Ohio, 44432, or visit our agency at https://www.colmhc.org for additional information/options.

Adult Community Support Services Coordinator

40 hours per week/business hours of operation, schedule subject to change, based on supervision and needs of the agency

OVERVIEW:

Administrative/Clinical supervision of Adult CSP staff. Identify and facilitate resolution of personnel and/or program conflicts/problems, with assistance as needed, from Clinical Director of Adult Community-Based Services. Coordination of service delivery including CSP assessments, Jail Diversion, and TIP programs. Screen referrals and assign accepted referrals.

Meet department/program productivity expectations (e.g., billable units on fiscal year basis). While subject to change, current individual productivity expectations are set at 13.5 hours per week.

Timely and accurate submission of payroll time reports and leave forms. Complete necessary reports including performance improvement and UCI reports. Coordinate with finance department to distribute trust fund monies earmarked for CSP clients. Participate in individual supervision, conduct timely supervisee supervision, department/team meetings and performance improvement activities, as required/requested. Regular attendance and adherence to work schedule.

Maintain effective working relationships with community agencies.

Other duties as assigned/needed.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

The minimum requirements for this position include a Bachelor’s degree in a related field of mental health, such as social work, counseling, or psychology. Minimum of three years’ direct service experience providing CSP. Minimum of three years’ service experience in behavioral health and /or human service agency preferred. Prior supervisory experience a plus. Excellent skills in written and verbal communication, assessment and planning, organization, interpersonal skills and teamwork. Ability to proficiently perform computer data entry required; knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word) required. Proof of valid driver’s license, excellent driving record, ability to meet agency recommended, or state minimum required, vehicle insurance liability limits; a vehicle in safe operating condition and continued maintenance of all, as applicable. Subject to criminal, drug screen and BMV clearance checks. E.O.E.

APPLY:

Submit a cover letter and current resume to e-mail at recruit@colmhc.org or to HR Fax at (330) 420-9954, or mail directly to, CCMHC, Attn: HR Dept.- ACSSC, P.O. Box 429, Lisbon, OH. 44432, or visit this web site for further application information.

Director, Youth Prevention and Education Services

FT, 40 hrs. wk. (with flexible schedule to be determined and approved with supervisor)

OVERVIEW:

Sign-on bonus, comprehensive benefits, generous paid leave, and retirement plan. Coordinate all functions of programming including direct service delivery, coordination of service delivery, program development and monitoring. Clinical and administrative supervision of assigned staff including review and monitoring of supervisees’ clinical work, case records, documentation, and billable hours. Participate in consultations, audio-taping, adherence measures, trainings, and staff/program evaluation. Participate in recruiting, evaluating, supervision, disciplining, monitoring and/or training program staff. Supervision/oversight and service delivery for the following programs such as, but not limited to, Head Start, Project S.A.F.E., WCM ECMH Grant, OCTF Strategy One Grant, OCTF Strategy Two Grant, Positive Beginnings, Incredible Years, Triple P; as received/renewed, and future grant opportunities and programming development per community and client need. Ensure department and supervisee productivity expectations are met and maintained. Work collaboratively and maintain effective communication with referral sources and other service providers, both internally and externally, Develop community partnerships with other agencies and service providers that share a common client base. Attend collaborative community partnership meetings and events. Complete appropriate service related documentation, tracking and reports, as required. Participate in individual supervision, as applicable; team meetings, supervision, interagency meetings, Management Team, etc. Consistent timely and accurate completion of time reports and mileage reports and approval of same for supervisees. Perform computer data entry. Travel to necessary outside meetings/trainings in- or out-of-state. Regular attendance and adherence to work schedule. Ability to work a flexible schedule.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

Minimum:

Bachelor’s Degree in human services field or education. The preferred candidate will meet the requirements of possessing a graduate degree in a field of study related to early childhood (including, but not limited to: counseling, social work, psychology, education, child development, etc.) and have prior experience/training with specialized early childhood assessment/education programming development and implementation. The candidate will possess experience providing direct services. The candidate will be ECMH credentialed, or be ECMH credential-eligible.

Preferred Education:

Master’s degree in same field(s) with minimum of two years’ related experience and supervisory experience.

Skills in written and verbal communication, interviewing, observation, assessment and planning, organization, interpersonal skills, and teamwork. Knowledge of child development, early childhood mental health disorders, and family-centered, strength-based practices. Ability to perform computer data entry required and knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word) preferred. Meet all background clearance checks; criminal, BMV, and drug screen clearances. Proof of a valid driver’s license, excellent driving record, ability to meet agency recommended, or state minimum required, vehicle insurance liability limits; vehicle in safe operating condition and continued maintenance of all. E.O.E.

APPLY:

Submit cover letter and current resume via e-mail to recruit@colmhc.org , HR fax (330) 420-9954, or mail to CCMHC, Attn. HR, Dept., D-YEP, P.O. Box 429, Lisbon, Ohio 44432, or visit this web site for further application information.

Adult – Community Support Provider (A-CSP)

OVERVIEW:

FT position with comprehensive insurance benefits, generous paid leave, retirement plan with employer match eligibility and productivity bonuses. Direct service to clients and families, 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. Meet productivity expectations on a fiscal basis. Expected duties include: attend team/staff meetings, receive supervision, local travel, and training. Computer data entry required. Timely and accurate completion of documentation electronically and ability to work a flexible/hybrid schedule based on agency/client need, and as determined with supervisor.

REQUIREMENTS:

MINIMUM EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Bachelor degree in field of mental health social work, counseling, psychology, human/fam. services. (Bachelor degree in related field such as education, criminal justice, corrections, considered with a minimum of two years’ experience directly related to the position).

PREFERRED:

Bachelor’s 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 Ohio LSW.

Skills in written and verbal communication, assessment and planning, organization, interpersonal skills and teamwork. Ability to perform computer data entry required; knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, etc. ) preferred. Knowledge of electronic health record (EHR) preferred. Subject to criminal background, BMV, & drug screen clearances. Proof of valid driver’s license, excellent driving record, meet minimum or preferred agency vehicle insurance liability limits, vehicle in safe operating condition, and continued maintenance of all. E.O.E.

APPLY:

Send cover letter with current resume to: recruit@colmhc.org or to HR Fax (330) 420-9954, or mail to CCMHC-HR Dept. ATTN: A-CSP, P.O. Box 429, Lisbon, Oh. 44432-0429, or may apply via this agency’s web site.

Case Manager – SA/MI

OVERVIEW:

Service provision to clients, families, specific target populations, per assigned agency or other locations. Responsible for providing ongoing services and crisis management to clients with dual diagnosis of substance abuse and mental illness, and/or per assigned population . The caseload may include court-ordered individuals or specific referrals. The case manager will provide community services that address the principal needs of te client. The case manager may provide group therapy as assigned. Record documentation, service planning, and progress of client in achieving treatment goals. Participate in individual supervision, group supervision, peer review activities, team meetings, quality assurance meetings. Travel, case consultation, telephone contacts, education and prevention services. Computer data entry. Meet productivity expectations. Timely and accurate completion of documentation and ability to work a flexible schedule based on agency client need and as determined with supervisor.

REQUIREMENTS:

MINIMUM EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s degree in field of mental health. (social work, counseling, psychology, human/family services), required; w/ Ohio chemical dependency (CD) certification/licensure in substance abuse preferred; or a (Bachelor’s degree in related field such as education., criminal justice, corrections, considered along with minimum of two years related experience, and same Ohio CD certification/licensure preferred.

PREFERRED: Bachelor’s degree in related field of mental health, such as social work, counseling, psychology, human/family services; one year paid experience, with service population, and Ohio chemical dependency certification/licensure.

Skills in written and verbal communication, assessment and planning, organization, interpersonal skills and teamwork. Ability to perform computer data entry required; knowledge of Microsoft (Word) preferred. Ability to meet agency required vehicle insurance liability limits, vehicle in safe operating condition and continued maintenance of all. Subject to criminal background, BMV, & drug screen clearances. E.O.E.

APPLY:

Apply via this web site at https://www.colmhc.org and/or submit a cover letter with current resume to e-mail @ recruit@colmhc.org or fax to HR Fax (330) 420-9954, or mail to:

ATTN: HR Coordinator – SA/MI- CM

P.O. Box 429

Lisbon, Ohio 44432

Residential Shift Worker

(p.t. variable, ^19 hrs. per week; (current normal schedule 16 hrs.; subject to change)

OVERVIEW:

The Residential Shift Worker-HH provides support, supervision and monitoring of residents residing in individual apartments. The Shift Worker is responsible for ensuring procedures are followed and must possess skills necessary to monitor and work effectively with adults who may have disabilities, and need assistance with daily living activities. Orient and explain program rules and responsibilities. Follow procedures related to resident and facility safety. Perform light/general facility maintenance. Perform computer system data entry. Regular attendance and adherence to work schedule.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

H.S. diploma or GED equivalent required. Minimum one year formal education in the field of social work, psychology, or human services field, and/or related experience, preferred. Associate Degree or higher in related human services field preferred, not required. Well developed organizational, interpersonal, teamwork and written and verbal communication skills. Exhibit dependability and reliability and ability to work flexible schedule. Valid driver’s license, and a reliable vehicle in safe operating condition. Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word) preferred and ability to perform computer data entry required. Ability to stand/lift/move supplies and equipment to and from work areas, as applicable, or appropriately request assistance when needed. Criminal background, BMV and drug screen clearances; direct telephone service via home or cell availability. E.O.E

APPLY:

Submit a written letter of interest with current resume  to HR Dept., CCMHC ATTN:  RSW-HH, via this agency’s web site, or recruit@colmhc.org or HR Fax, (330) 420-9954, or P.O. Box 429, Lisbon, Ohio 44432

COUNSELORS – LICENSED

Are you a psychotherapist who would like more flexibility in your schedule; could you use a hiring bonus? The Counseling Center of Columbiana County is the place for you! We have been expanding our service at our main (Lisbon), satellite (Salem), and on-site school locations. We have opportunities for full-time status, and pay-for-performance positions, based on your need. We offer a competitive starting salary with new base rates, ability to earn productivity bonuses, and comprehensive benefits (per hire status), including generous paid vacation/sick/personal leave. We strive towards providing a flexible, caring, and creative work environment for the benefit of both our staff and our clients.

Consider joining our great team of quality providers:

REQUIREMENTS:

Master’s degree in human services field and active Ohio independent license of LISW, LPCC, LIMFT, or Psychologist; or required minimum of Bachelor’s degree in same field and Ohio license as LSW, LPC, or LMFT. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to perform computer entry required. Knowledge of EHR and Microsoft Office (Word) preferred. Candidates should be organized and work well both independently and on a team. E.O.E.

APPLY:

Submit cover letter and resume to http://www.colmhc.org, via recruit@colmhc.org ,@ HR Fax (330) 420-9954, or visit this agency’s web site at www.colmhc.org for further options.

Counselor – Licensed Drug/Alcohol

OVERVIEW:

Join our team of qualified chemical dependency counselors and a department offering a great team approach and a comprehensive array of behavioral health services at our agency locations, and a wide range  of substance use disorder services.

 This is a FT position with sign-on bonus, productivity incentive bonuses, and a flexible schedule with some evening hours.   Direct/indirect services to clients and families working with referral sources and other treatment providers.  This position entails assessments individual/group therapy, case management and consultation with other therapists, clinical documentation, education and prevention services.

REQUIREMENTS:

Masters degree in a behavioral healthcare field such as social work, counseling, psychology, human services required.  Minimum licensure of an Ohio LSW, LPC, LMFT, or Psychologist and ability to obtain CD credentialing required.  Independent licensure and experience in the fields of substance use disorders/mental health preferred.  Skills in written and verbal communication; assessment; planning; organization, interpersonal skills and teamwork.  Ability to perform computer data entry required and knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word) and EHR preferred. Subject to all background check clearances.  E.O.E. 

APPLY:

Apply to recruit@colmhc.org or send to CCMHC, HR Dept., Attn: D/A Counselor @P.O. Box 429, Lisbon, Ohio, 44432,mailto:recruit@colmhc.org or HR Fax (330) 420-9954 or utilize our web site options @  http://www.colmhc.org

Community Educator – Connections Program

(p.t- variable, intermittent- per school year scheduled events)( up to 19 hrs. per wk.; up to 24 hrs. max on occasion -schedule subject to supv. approval)   

OVERVIEW:

The primary function of the Community Educator will be to provide school-based education, prevention, and screening services to school districts in Columbiana County during the school term.  This would include:   classroom presentations based on depression screening/suicide prevention programs, e.g., Red Flags, and single session group presentations to school personnel, parent organizations, public media or child serving organizations.  These services would be conducted in school locations throughout Columbiana County.  Consultations with Connections clinical staff about program presentation and school presentations/requirements. Documentation of school presentations and completion of program reports.  Compile reports to referral sources or other involved organizations.  Complete all agency required documentation, etc. Consultation with school personnel about student needs and individual dispositions, as allowed by parents.  Meet productivity expectations, as applicable.  E.O.E. 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

State of Ohio, licensed,  Counselor (LPC) , Social Worker (LSW) or Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT).  Independently licensed mental health professional (LPCC, LPCC-S, LISW, LISW-S,  LIMFT, preferred, or Psychologist (w/ supv. designation) preferred.  Experience in small/large group  presentations preferred.  Well-developed interpersonal skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills, able to work with diverse individuals and groups in a culturally sensitive manner, and work as a member of a team.  Maintain and provide proof of licensure.  Ability to perform computer data entry.  Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word) preferred.  Valid driver’s license, excellent driving record, and a vehicle in safe operating condition.  Subject to criminal background, BMV, and drug screen clearances.

APPLY:

Submit cover letter and current resume to recruit@colmhc.org   or to HR Fax at (330) 420-9954, or visit this agency’s web site for further  application information.