Open Position Memo - August 29, 2014
All applications are due by 12:00 noon Friday to be considered for this week's recruitments. A full-length job description for any of these positions may be obtained by calling Human Resources at 434-972-1898.
A completed agency application is required to be considered for a position with Region Ten. If you would like to include your resume and/or cover letter with your completed application, please send to Workforce Manager at HR@regionten.org. Only those resumes that are accompanied by a completed Region Ten application will be forwarded to hiring supervisors for consideration.
Please circulate this list so it is available to all members of your staff, particularly those without access to email, and please inform people inside and outside the agency who might be interested in these positions. A new open position memo is issued every Friday. The field of service in which there is a current opening available is either listed under Administrative Service, Quality Improvement and Standards, or one of the six Region Ten service centers.
Benefits are available for all salaried positions and for hourly positions that are regularly scheduled for 20 or more hours per week. Access to auto, valid Virginia Driver's license, and proof of insurance and current DMV driving record are required for all positions that involve transporting consumers.
**NEW ON-LINE APPLICATION PROCESS**
Region Ten Community Services Board is transitioning to an on-line employment application process. This new process provides applicants secure access to their application 24 hours a day. We anticipate all Region Ten CSB vacancies to be transitioned to the new on-line system over the coming weeks. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause our applicants while we continue to require an application be submitted via email, fax or paper copy for some vacancies.
To apply for open positions posted in the new system, you will need to click on the “Apply Here” link in the vacancy announcement . This will take you to Region Ten’s on-line system where you can establish an account and create an application. A PIN Number will be issued to you. Please note that the PIN Number is your applicant ID that will allow you to access your application when applying for any future jobs. The web address for the new application site is: https://regionten.munisselfservice.com/employmentopportunities/default.aspx
The application process for positions not noting “ON-LINE APPLICATION REQUIRED” remains unchanged.
Further information regarding our hiring process can be found by clicking here.
For positions which state, "Must meet QMHP requirements as set forth by Department of Behavior Health and Developmental Services (DBHDS)" further information can be found by clicking here.
ACCESS AND ADULT CLINCIAL SERVICES
Housekeeper / 50%
Individual must be able to follow a set cleaning schedule; work independently without constant supervision; work at a quick pace enabling one to complete all job duties during a scheduled shift; Must have the ability to use several different pieces of cleaning equipment and must have knowledge of cleaning products and how to use them. The schedule is weekdays, 20 hours per week between the hours of 8:00am-4:30pm. $7,540.00 annually. Click here for full job description.
**ON-LINE APPLICATION REQURIED**
Helpdesk Technician II
A newly created position exists for a self-motivated IT professional to maintain and improve upon Region Ten's geographically diverse Windows network. The incumbent maintains system access permissions, delivers and completes set-up of PCs, components, and software on the network, and provides computer and software training and orientation to staff. Will maintain phone system and data lines with outside vendors to control costs and maintain uptime. Knowledge of PC configurations and network concepts and the ability to problem solve and troubleshoot are required. A VA driver's license plus an acceptable driving record are required. $37,727.00 annually. Click here for full job description. APPLY HERE.
ADULT DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES
**Internal Ad – One Week Only. Position Closes Noon, 09/08/2014**
Community Services Associate I / Residential
A unique position for an individual with strong communication skills, able to work in a variety of settings and good computer skills. Adult Developmental Services is seeking a flexible person to work with intellectually disabled adults when they are unable to attend their normal day activity. Assist with medical appointments, transport client to/from activities and work with on call supervisor/directors. Monday through Friday 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. Valid Virginia driver’s license with good driving record required. $11.26/hour. Click here for a full job description.
Community Services Associate III / Residential
If you have a Bachelor’s degree in special education or a human services related field and two years’ experience working with individuals with Intellectual disabilities, consider this great career opportunity. Region Ten’s program supporting adults with intellectual disabilities is seeking a dynamic person to join a team working in a group home setting. Assist, supervise, and train skills in daily living, home care, personal care, and recreational activities. The incumbent is required to exercise sound judgment and demonstrate initiative; independence, creativity, leadership and cooperativeness when performing assigned duties and responsibilities. Valid VA driver’s license and good DMV driving record required. Hiring range begins at $34,297.00 annually. Salary negotiable. Click here for a full job description.
ADULT REHABILITATIVE SERVICES
Food Services Assistant / PRN/Delivery
We are looking for motivated and energetic food service assistants to be a part of our catering team! Incumbent will perform various catering tasks to include: food preparation, cleaning, delivery and stocking. Reliable attendance and professional attitude a must! This is a great opportunity for those seeking a flexible schedule and part-time work. Experience in catering, food preparation and ServSafe certified a plus. Driver's License and acceptable driving record is required. Agency vehicle available for delivery tasks. $7.25 hourly. Click here for a full job description.
CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES
Clinician I/II/III / Children's Services, PRN
Region Ten is seeking licensed eligible staff to provide assessments and ongoing case management to individuals under age eighteen with a primary diagnosis of emotional disturbance, intellectual disability or at risk of either. Incumbent will work collaboratively with multiple child serving agencies to support children and families with intensive wraparound service planning. PRN position. Schedule varies.
Clinician I: Master’s degree in a licensure eligible field required. $18.14 hourly.
Clinician II: Must be licensure eligible in Virginia upon hire. $19.95 hourly.
Clinician III: Must be licensed (LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LCP) in Virginia. $21.95 hourly.
Click here for a full job description.
Clinician I/II/III / Case Manager/Blue Ridge Juvenille Detention Center
Provide assessment; individual, family and group counseling and case coordination services to youth with mental health and substance use needs who are detained at BRJDC. Requires close collaboration with detention staff, probation officers and local human service agencies. MA in relevant field preferred. Experience with juvenile offenders required.
Clinician I: Master's degree in a licensure eligible field required. $37,727.00 annually/ negotiable.
Clinician II: Must be licensure eligible in Virginia upon hire. Supervision for licensure will be provided. $41,500.00 annually/ negotiable.
Clinician III: Must be licensed (LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LCP) in Virginia. $45,650.00 annually/ negotiable.
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Clinician I/II/III / Case Manager (Intensive Care Coordinator)
The incumbent will utilize clinical engagement, assessment, service planning, crisis management, team facilitation, conflict resolution and group process management skills to lead child and family specific, wraparound teams. The incumbent will work in close collaboration with youth and caregivers to assure youth and family voice in developing plans to keep youth in their home and community. MA in relevant field and one year experience with child population required.
Clinician I: Master’s degree in a licensure eligible field required. $37,727.00 annually.
Clinician II: Must be licensure eligible in Virginia upon hire. Supervision for licensure will be provided. $41,500.00 annually.
Click here for a full job description.
Clinician II/III / Crisis Intervention Specialist
Newly created position to work as part of the Child & Adolescent Community Based Services team by providing crisis intervention services to children and families, primarily in home, school and other clinically-appropriate community settings. To meet desired outcomes, will work closely with juvenile court services, social services, schools and other local agencies to enhance local crisis services and for the purposes of coordination of care. Incumbent will also provide substance abuse and mental health assessments, VICAP assessments, individual and family counseling, and act as a triage for families and emergency services. Schedule is mostly daytime hours and will include some evening hours according to client needs.
Clinician II: Must be licensure eligible in Virginia upon hire. $41,500.00 annually.
Clinician III: Must be licensed (LCSW, LPC, Psychiatric CNS-BC) in Virginia. $45,650.00 annually.
Click here for a full job description.
Educational Support Specialist / Charlottesville/Albemarle
Make a difference in the life of an elementary, middle school, or high school-aged child. Work as a member of a dynamic team to provide behavioral coaching and support to at-risk children in this school-based program. Small caseload, ongoing supervision, works closely with teachers and staff. Full-time benefits. Schedule linked to school calendar. Must meet certification as QMHP (Qualified Mental Health Professional) Child – Eligible; QMHP preferred, as set forth by Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. Experience providing mental health services in a school setting is a plus. $34,297.00 annually. Click here for a full job description.
Community Services Associate III / PRN
Come and join the Charlottesville/Albemarle Child and Family Services team working directly to provide behavioral coaching, emotional support, psycho-education, and skills training to children, youth, and families in their homes and other community settings. Work directly with Case Managers and other professionals, agencies, and resources in a coordinated effort to facilitate progress toward treatment goals. May provide transportation. QMHP (Qualified Mental Health Professional) – Child required. $16.49 per hour. Click here for a full job description.
Peer Specialist / Parent Support Partner
Region Ten CSB is looking to hire Parent Support Partners. A Parent Support Partner must be the biological or adoptive parent, kin or other “forever” person in a parent role, who has been the primary caregiver of a child with emotional or behavioral challenges, and must have lived experience navigating the Virginia Mental/Behavioral Health, Child Welfare, and/or Juvenile Justice systems with their child. The Parent Support Partner will be a formal member of high fidelity wraparound, child-specific teams facilitated by the Child and Family Center. On the team, the Parent Support Partner will serve the family, help them engage and actively participate on the team, and actively help facilitate a team process that prioritizes family voice. A Parent Support Partner ensures each family is heard and can act as a mediator, facilitator, or bridge between families and agencies. The ideal candidate has a strong connection to the community and is very knowledgeable about resources, services, and supports for families, and will partner with child and family serving systems to improve family outcomes and strive to eliminate stigma and discrimination. $34,297.00 annually. This position may be filled at a part-time schedule. Click here for a full job description.
Psychologist / Child and Family
The incumbent will play a key role in the development and implementation of a comprehensive assessment plan to address individual and family needs for high-risk youth. The role is team oriented and requires a high degree of collaboration with families and professionals to complete diagnostic assessments and engage in wraparound planning to prevent placement out of the home or community. Comprehensive experience in psychometric assessment, and in trauma and attachment informed care needed. Licensure eligibility in clinical psychology required. Salary Negotiable. Click here for a full job description.
Psychologist / PRN, Child and Family Services
This newly created position will provide PRN coverage completing comprehensive assessment plans to address individual and family needs for high-risk youth. The role is team oriented and requires a high degree of collaboration with families and professionals to complete diagnostic assessments and engage in wraparound planning to prevent placement out of the home or community. Comprehensive experience in psychometric assessment, and in trauma and attachment informed care needed. Licensure eligibility in clinical psychology is required. Hours vary and are scheduled 8:30 – 5:00 weekedays. Hourly pay rate is negotiable. Click here for a full job description.
EMGERGENCY AND CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Case Manager / Mental Health
Seeking individual with initiative to join a team of compassionate professionals. The case manager will provide services to adults with a primary diagnosis of serious mental illness. Our goal is to promote recovery and foster independence with each individual we serve. The incumbent assesses each consumer’s strengths and needs, and develops an individual service plan to include linking to needed services and resources, monitoring, and coordinating services. Serves as a liaison with consumers, families, and service providers. Must meet certification as a QMHP. Valid VA driver’s license and good DMV driving record required. $37,727.00 annually. Click here for full job description.
Clinician II/III / Emergency Services
This is an extraordinary opportunity in Charlottesville, Virginia for unparalleled skills-growth and creative use of clinical skills! This position is responsible for crisis, assessment, intervention , stabilization and referral assistance to mental health, intellectual disability and substance abuse consumers, both over the phone and face-to-face; in office, and community settings. Will also have responsibility for short-term crisis counseling. Must be able to work independently but excellent back-up is available. Flexible work hours withoccasional evenings, weekends and holidays, with the possibility of a four-day work week. The position requires a Master’s degree and Licensure (LPC, LCSW, LMFT, LCP) or pursing licensure. PRN positions also available.
Clinician II: Must be licensure eligible in Virginia. Supervision for licensure will be provided. $41,500.00 annually/$19.95 per hour PRN
Clinician III: Must be licensed (LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LCP) in Virginia. $45,650.00 annually/$21.95 per hour PRN
Click here for full job description.
Community Services Associate I / WRC, PRN
The Wellness Recovery Center is a short-term residential mental health crisis stabilization center. Residents at WRC are generally high-functioning, delightful individuals experiencing symptoms of stress due to a recent crisis Duties include admissions/discharges, hourly checks, some light cleaning and laundry, observation and documentation of consumers’ self-administration of their medications, as well as supportive care to our residents, as needed. Work is PRN, overnight (11:30 p.m. – 8:00 a.m.) weekend days & evenings. Some knowledge of mental health or substance abuse helpful. Great team environment! Training is provided. $11.26 hourly. Click here for full job description.
**ON-LINE APPLICATION REQURIED**
Peer Support Specialist / Emergency Services 50%
Newly created position for incumbent to work as part of the Emergency Services team, based in the Crisis Assessment Center at the University of Virginia’s Emergency Department or in Emergency Services offices, as necessary. The incumbent is expected to perform in accordance with applicable professional ethics, state quality assurance standards, as well as established Region Ten policies. The incumbent is a current or former recipient of mental health services who establishes a helping relationship with consumers in a psychiatric crisis that promotes respect, trust, warmth, understanding, hope and recovery as well as reducing the traumatic effect of being in crisis and in police custody. VA driver’s license and good DMV driving record required. Part-time with benefits working 20 hours per week. $17,148.50 annually. Click here for full job description. APPLY HERE.
Mental Health LPN / Wellness Recovery Center
Crisis stabilization program seeks energetic nurse with interests in serving highly motivated consumers with mental health and substance use issues. Interesting variety of duties, including admissions, entering medications into electronic medical record, triaging medical complaints and referrals for admissions. Great consumers, team,facility, and benefits. 40 hours per week, evenings and weekends. One year of nursing experience preferred. Hiring range begins at $31,179.00. Salary negotiable. PRN positions also available. $14.99 hourly/ negotiable. Click here for full job description.
**ON-LINE APPLICATION REQURIED**
Educational Support Specialist / Fluvanna
Region Ten’s Fluvanna County clinic is seeking a dedicated and self-motivated individual to provide behavioral coaching and daily therapeutic support to at-risk children in our public schools. Bachelor’s degree in behavioral sciences or related human services field is required. Must meet certification as QMHP (Qualified Mental Health Professional – Child, as set forth by Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. Valid VA driver’s license and good DMV driving record required. Experience providing mental health services in a school setting is a plus. $34,297.00 annually. Click here for full job description. APPLY HERE.
Community Services Associate III / TDT Louisa, PRN
Make a difference in the life of an elementary, middle school, or high school-aged child. Work as a member of a dynamic team to provide behavioral coaching and support to at-risk children in this school-based program. Small caseload, ongoing supervision, works closely with teachers and staff. Schedule linked to school calendar. Must meet certification as QMHP (Qualified Mental Health Professional - Child) as set forth by Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. Experience providing mental health services in a school setting is a plus. VA driver's license and good DMV driving record required. Mon-Fri as needed. $16.49 per hour. Click here for a full job description.
**ON-LINE APPLICATION REQURIED**
Support Staff IV / Emergency Services
Newly created position working 3:30 – 12 a.m. or 4:00 – 12:30 a.m. providing assistance in fulfilling duties in the provision of Emergency Services. Incumbent will provide phone triage to assure calls are addressed in a prioritized way, researches documentation and assist with bed searches for individuals needing a Temporary Detention Order. Will provided office coverage, including faxing and transmitting hospital admission determination documentation and assisting with obtaining authorizations for services. Knowledge of electronic heath records, standard office practices, civil commitment procedures and statutes related to emergency services, the public mental health system statewide, and resources and treatment options for various populations, including those with intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental health, and alcohol/substance abuse addictions. Must have two years’ experience in community mental health setting. Bachelor’s degree preferred. $34,297.00 annually plus shift differential. Click here for full job description. APPLY HERE.
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Position Title: REACH Coordinator
Program: REACH Region I
Location: Central Virginia (Health Planning Region I)
Position Classification: Full-Time
Compensation: Salaried based on education and experience
Qualifications: Must possess at least a master’s degree (preferably in a human service related field – e.g. social work, psychology, counseling, etc.) and meet Virginia DBHDS criteria for qualified professional (LMHP preferred). Understanding of the systems of care for individual with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and mental health needs is necessary. Candidates must be flexible, patient and comfortable with teamwork and diplomacy. This position carries a high degree of autonomy and will require an individual that is highly self-motivated. Candidates that have experience with experience in mobile crisis intervention services, working with individuals with challenging behaviors, positive behavior support (PBS) and/or applied behavior analysis (ABA) are encouraged to apply. Reliable transportation is required for this position.
Responsibilities: The REACH Coordinator provides systemic crisis intervention and prevention services for adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities and behavioral challenges and/or mental illness throughout Health Planning Region I covering central Virginia (CSB areas include – Region Ten, Horizon Behavioral Health, Rappahannock Area, Rappahannock-Rapidan, Harrisonburg, Valley, Northwestern and Rockbridge) . Staff consult with individuals, their families and the existing system(s) of behavioral health intellectual disability, and/or developmental disability care representatives (e.g. targeted case management, outpatient therapists, PACTT, emergency services, crisis stabilization units ICF/MR, residential supports, inpatient psychiatric services, ID and/or DD Waiver services, supported employment providers, day program providers, etc.) assisting with identifying signs, symptoms, triggers, setting events, reassessing the presenting problem, completing comprehensive service evaluations, developing cross systems crisis plans, identifying and linking individuals to needed supports. Staff participate in a 24/7 “on-call” rotation to provide on-site crisis response, daily phone triage conference calls, weekly team meetings and monthly clinical team meetings. Staff identify training/education needs of paid/unpaid supports and provide/coordinate appropriate training to identified parties. Staff also assess individuals for admission to REACH therapeutic crisis stabilization services including in-home supports and facility based (for both planned and/or emergency therapeutic respite. Staff regularly document services provided and are responsible for completing the REACH referral screening, intake assessment, aberrant behavior checklist, comprehensive service evaluation, cross-systems crisis plan as well as other service-specific forms as necessary. Frequent and unplanned/crisis response travel is required to fulfill the responsibilities of this position.
Position Title: Mobile Crisis Counselor
Program: HPR I VA REACH
Location: Charlottesville, VA
Position Classification: Full-Time, Part-Time, PRN
Qualifications: Bachelor's level and one year of service. Direct support experience with both developmental disabilities and mental health populations preferred. Experience with crisis prevention and intervention services preferred. Maintain valid license and insurance for personal vehicles utilized for work. Complete within specified time period the trainings as required by agency and service model.
Responsibilities: The Mobile Crisis Counselor provides a supportive and therapeutic environment to persons with co-occurring developmental disabilities and mental or behavioral health needs who are temporarily accessing emergency or planned respite in the individual's home. This staff participates in the daily routine of the home and provides support for therapeutic, habilitative, personal care, health care and other activities. Monitors individuals for any mental health or behavioral symptoms and provides crisis prevention, intervention and de-escalation supports in accordance with crisis guidelines and the person's plan. Plans, structures and prompts social and leisure time activities, including activities that build skills for behavior management, stress management, communication, adaptive living and daily living.
The Mobile Crisis Counselor participates as part of comprehensive REACH services that collaborate with the individual's primary provider and clinical home, community crisis services, family and others. Maintains timely documentation of progress notes and other data, including incident and accident reports, behavior tracking notes, group notes, medication administration records, etc.. Adheres to program standards and policies as well as local, state and federal regulations
Inquiries and resumes should be directed to:
Name: James Vann
Title: Director, VA REACH Region 1
Phone: (919) 606-3872
All applications are due by 12:00 noon on the Friday following the date of this memo to be considered for this week's recruitments. Region Ten does not discriminate against any person on the basis of age, citizenship, color, disability, national origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sex and/or sexual orientation. Bi-lingual Applicants are encouraged to apply.
Apply at Region Ten CSB, Human Resources Office, 502 Old Lynchburg Road, Charlottesville VA 22903; mail to 502 Old Lynchburg Road, Charlottesville VA 22903; or apply online by filling out an Application.
If you have additional questions, please call our Human Resources Department at 434-972-1898.