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Employment Opportunities

 

Intensive Family Services Therapist

OVERVIEW:

Immediate opening for a licensed clinician to provide intensive home-based psychotherapy and community support services to youth (ages 3-18) and families including assessment, treatment planning, individual and family psychotherapy, coordination of services, monitoring, linking and referral, advocacy, support, education, and crisis intervention including rotating on-call coverage and work as a part of an intervention team. Follow IHBT model of treatment (training provided). This position offers a small caseload, supportive supervision and ongoing training. Experience is preferred but not necessary; training is provided. There is on-site supervision available if you are working towards and independent licensure. The position is full time; salaried with benefits, and offers scheduling flexibility.

REQUIREMENTS:


Minimum: Eligible candidates must possess a Bachelors or Masters degree and be actively licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist Board or the Ohio Psychology Board. 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 driver’s license, excellent driving record, ability to meet agency required vehicle insurance liability limits; vehicle in safe operating condition, and continued maintenance of all, as applicable.

HOW TO APPLY:

Applicants should send cover letter, w/minimum salary requirement and resume to:
HR Coordinator, CCMHC
ATTN: IFS Therapist
P.O. Box 429
Lisbon, Ohio 44432 , or
@ , or HR Fax (330) 420 - 9954


DIRECTOR OF ADULT COMMUNITY SUPPORT

F.T., salaried position, eligible for signing bonus 40 hours per week w/flexible schedule to be determined and approved by supervisor. (Schedule subject to change per agency/supervisor need.)

OVERVIEW:

This is a supervisory position which involves the coordination of several functions of the Adult Community Support Services Division, including program coordination,monitoring of service delivery and outcomes, and grant development.. Clinical and administrative supervision of assigned staff/programs. This will include the review and monitoring of supervisees’ clinical work, case records, documentation, and billable hours. Participate in recruiting, evaluating, rewarding, disciplining, and/or training of staff. Conduct regular and timely performance evaluations. Schedule/lead individual and group supervisions. Identify and facilitate resolution of personnel and program issues. Coordinate all functions of assigned programs to include coordination of service delivery, program development and monitoring. Manage the daily administrative affairs of assigned programs and oversee and collaborate with program supervisors, as applicable. Screen referrals to Adult CSP and assign accepted referrals to appropriate services, as applicable. Coordinate the evaluation of the effectiveness of programs and make recommendations for utilizing results and improving/modifying programs. Assist in developing and monitoring program budgets/funding. Monitor/oversee required grant report completions, including proposals, and effective interventions with target populations. Meet department productivity expectations (e.g., billable units on a Fiscal basis). Maintain effective working relationships with other departments, and relevant community systems and agencies (e.g., local hospital ERs, private or state in-patient units). Serve on agency committees/groups. Promote and support the recovery process.

REQUIREMENTS:


Minimum: Masters degree in a related field of mental health such as counseling, social work, or psychology with minimum of active Ohio independent licensure as LISW, or LPCC, or Psychologist, with minimum of two years supervisory experience, preferably in CSP, or a minimum of five years direct services experience providing CSP. Five years experience in behavioral health or human service agency is preferred. Ability to perform required computer data entry. Knowledge of Microsoft (Word) preferred. Excellent skills in verbal and written communication, assessment, planning, organization, interpersonal skills and teamwork. Proof of valid driver’s license and excellent driving record, meet agency required $100,000/$300,000/$100,000 vehicle insurance liability limits; vehicle in safe operating condition, and continued maintenance of all. Subject to all agency required clearance checks, including, e.g., criminal background, BMV, and drug screen clearances. E.O.E. Preferred: Active Ohio licensure in Social Work or Counseling with supervisory endorsement (LPCC-S or LISW-S) Additional clinical and/or administrative supervisory experience is preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point. Experience in program development and evaluation.

HOW TO APPLY:

Send cover letter and current resumeby 6/8/18, to:
HR Dept, CCMHC
ATTN: DirCPS
P.O. Box 429
Lisbon, Ohio 44432 , or
@ , or HR Fax (330) 420 - 9954


Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist II

(FT, w/benefits)

OVERVIEW:

Provide services to young children (birth to 6 yrs. old) their families, care givers, and/or educators; provide education/prevention and consultation services to programs/individuals, as identified, including mentoring, coaching, classroom observation, support, and developing/implementing appropriate interventions with program staff, administrators and families. Provide the NEW Ohio/Georgetown Model of ECMH Consultation to early childhood settings. Provide “Incredible Years” group sessions to children and/or families for preschool classrooms and/or community groups, as scheduled. Provide linkage, referral, networking, monitoring, and/or advocacy, as applicable. Meet productivity expectations. Work collaboratively and maintain effective communication with referral sources and other service providers, both internally and externally. Develop community partnerships in medical and pediatric settings, as well as with ODJFS, ODE, and Head Start/Early Head Start centers. Complete appropriate service-related documentation, tracking and reporting as required. Participate in team meetings, supervision, interagency meetings, etc. Consistent, timely and accurate completion of time sheets. Ability to perform computer entry. Regular attendance and adherence to work schedule. Ability to work flexible schedule. Prepare and provide/assist in training care givers of young children on mental health topics, such as problem identification, behavior management strategies, and impact of negative influences, e.g. domestic violence, substance abuse, neglect. etc.

REQUIREMENTS:


Minimum: Bachelors Degree in a field of study related to early childhood (including, but not limited to, psychology/counseling, social work , education, child development, etc.) and two (2) years related experience required. Current Ohio professional license required (LSW, LISW, LPC, LPCC, psychologist, MFT, nurse, or teacher) and must be ECMH credential-eligible. 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. Preferred: Advanced degree in mental health field or human/family services. Prior experience/training with specialized early childhood assessment/education. Ability to perform computer data entry required and knowledge of Microsoft (Word) preferred. Meet all background clearance checks; criminal, DMV, and drug screen clearances. Proof a valid driver’s license, excellent driving record, $100,000/$300,000/$100,000 vehicle insurance liability limits; vehicle in safe operating condition and continued maintenance of all. E.O.E.

HOW TO APPLY:

Send cover letter and current resume to:
HR Dept, CCMHC
ATTN: DirCPS
P.O. Box 429
Lisbon, Ohio 44432 , or
@ , or HR Fax (330) 420 - 9954


 
     


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
166 1/2 Vine Avenue
Salem, Ohio
Phone: 330-332-1514
Fax: 330-332-4938

     
     

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