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Part time (20 hours per week)
Use psychosocial rehabilitation principles to promote personal/interpersonal and independent living skill development through individual rehabilitation planning and group facilitation in the Welcome Center. Act as liaison between the GCB Day Program and the care managers. Work effectively in Welcome Center as a resource to individuals coming into GCB. Prepare written assessments and all necessary contact notes and other documentation. Research and develop community resources in response to identified member needs. Provide 4-5 psychosocial group activities per day. Plan and staff social program events. Bachelor’s degree in behavioral science or related field, Associate Degree in behavioral science or related field plus two years of related experience, or total of 4 years combined education and related experience in a mental health setting required. Experience in group facilitation and crisis intervention. Ability to coordinate services for program’s clients and to facilitate groups. EEO Employer F/M/Disabled/Vets
Advanced Nurse Practitioner – Psychiatric
Full time or part time to provide psychiatric evaluation and ongoing psychiatric care of clients by performing mental status examination, diagnostic assessments, supportive therapy, and pharmacological management. Implements treatment plans that have been reviewed and approved by supervising physician and monitors effectiveness of therapeutic interventions. Prescribes medication with guidance of supervising physician. Manages prescriptions, administration of medications. Provides patient/family counseling and education. Master’s degree in Nursing required. Ohio Nursing & Advanced Nurse Practitioner License required. Prescriptive authority in Ohio required. Experience with psychiatric care required. EEO Employer F/M/Disabled/Vets (Send resume to email@example.com)
Alcohol and Other Drug Counselor/Care Manager
Provide alcohol and other drug related counseling services. Accurately assess clients’ needs and ability to receive alcohol and other drug treatment by gathering information from the client and other sources on client’s alcohol and other drug use. Facilitate group process so that a safe and therapeutic environment is established in which clients may explore the effects of alcohol and other drugs on their life. Conduct individual and family counseling sessions to identify those problems the client has which may interfere with the recovery process and develop appropriate treatment for client. Make appropriate referrals for further counseling and services to improve client’s quality of life and improve likelihood of recovery. Provide linkage or referrals to case managers or to appropriate school, employment bureau, health facility, or other community resource in order to enhance the client’s quality of life and improve likelihood of recovery. When needed, may provide care management services including possible transportation and/or contact in the community. Ohio Chemical Dependency Licensure (CDCA status or higher) or Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Licensure (LSW, PC, LISW or PCC) required. Associate’s degree in Human Service or Addictions required. Demonstrated communication and counseling skills. EEO Employer F/M/Disabled/Vets
Alcohol and Other Drug Counselor/Case Manager - Community Alternative Sentencing Center (CASC)
Part time (20 hours per week)
New program to a treatment alternative to jail for misdemeanor drug and/or alcohol offenders. Provide individual alcohol and other related drug counseling services as well as facilitate groups in a therapeutic environment. May also provide site coverage as needed. Provide screening and assessments for potential clients. Ohio Chemical Dependency Licensure (CDCA status or higher) or Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Licensure (LSW, PC, or higher) required. Associate’s degree in Human Service or Addictions required. Demonstrated communication and counseling skills. EEO Employer F/M/Disabled/Vets
Care Manager - Mental Illness Services
Provide Community Psychiatric Support Treatment (CPST) services to severely and persistently mentally ill clients. Establishe therapeutic relationships, assesses complex problems, selects problem-solving interventions, and helps clients to function effectively. Assess each client’s strengths and limitations and the mental health, financial, and institutional resources available. In conjunction with a supervisor and team psychiatrist, assesses the client’s mental health and basic needs, determines the appropriate level of care and support, determines the availability of resources, and develops an Individual Recovery Plan. Implements and monitors the Individual Recovery Plan. Coordinate access to the recommended medical treatment services, vocational assistance, housing assistance, and other targeted services. Master's degree in mental health, vocational training, education, social work, counseling or other field related to the mentally ill; or a Bachelor's degree in one of the specified fields plus two years of education, training, or experience in one of the specified fields. Credentialing as a licensed Social Work or Counselor preferred. Position requires the use of a personal mobile phone. Position requires frequent driving of own personal vehicle. A valid driver’s license, vehicle, and insurable driving record are required. EEO Employer F/M/Disabled/Vets
Fee for Service - 10-12 client case load per week.
Provide individual and group counseling services to GCB clients within the scope of their training and licensure. May facilitate a DBT Skills group at the same rate as a counseling group. Document services in a manner that meets all regulatory requirements. Complete all clinical documentation on the day that the service is provided and is expected to use collaborative documentation practices whenever possible. Only expected to attend trainings, team meetings or other indirect service time when required in writing by GCB. May occasionally provide diagnostic assessment or intake services to GCB clients, based on organizational needs. If supervision licensure requirements are met, they may occasionally provide clinical supervision to GCB students or staff for placements/internships or clinical licensure, based on organization needs. Master’s degree in mental health, social work, counseling or other field of study that is related to the treatment, support and education of the mentally ill. Licensed by the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Board (LSW, LISW, PC, PCC) or otherwise credentialed to provide Counseling and Psychotherapy Services. EEO Employer F/M/Disabled/Vets
Employment Specialist - Work Initiative Network (WIN)
Part time (20 hours per week)
Clermont County’s Community Alternative Sentencing Center (CASC) provides a treatment alternative to jail for misdemeanor drug and/or alcohol offenders. Responsible to work with consumers of WIN services in Clermont County who are interested in obtaining and retaining employment in the community. Works with consumers in all phases of the employment process including: vocational assessment, job development, job search, job placement, coaching, and follow along services using an Evidence Based Practice approach. Job duties include knowledge of vocational rehabilitation, coordination, job development and placement, case management, mental health and substance abuse treatment, interagency collaboration, and detailed organizational skills. Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Business or related field plus two years of related experience required. Demonstrated skills in the following areas: self-direction/management, coordination of multiple tasks concurrently, interpersonal and communication skills, acquiring/evaluating information, crisis intervention and engaging/disengaging effectively with clients with drug and alcohol issues, criminal histories and/ or severe mental illnesses.
Excellent communication, organizational and time management skills. Correction facilities experience a plus. Willingness to be flexible and to work well as part of a team. Position requires frequent driving of own vehicle. Valid driver’s license, vehicle and insurable driving record are required. EEO Employer F/M/Disabled/Vets
Employment Specialist - Youth
Find and place youth and young adults with mental illness and other related barriers into competitive community employment and providing job coaching services to those clients placed in employment, utilizing the evidenced based supportive employment principles. Work directly with youth served on the Transition to Independence Process (TIP) care management teams. Referrals may also be identified through GCBHS’ community counseling services, through Every Child Succeeds program and through existing school-based counseling services within local area schools. Develop employment goals based on individuals’ strengths and needs, and work as part of an integrated treatment model to include marketing Vocational Programs to business, community and referral agents, networking with HR departments, development of individualized placement plans, building relationships with community employers, and providing job coaching/employment site support services to clients. Provide the following services: one-on-one career exploration, job development sessions, resume development and critiquing, individualized job searches, job/task analysis, orientation and job training, collaboration with other service providers and/or treatment team, and other supports as required to assist client to obtain and maintain employment. Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Business or related field plus two years of related experience required. Demonstrated skills in the following areas: self direction/management, coordination of multiple tasks concurrently, interpersonal and communication skills, acquiring/evaluating information, crisis intervention and engaging/disengaging effectively with clients with mental illness and other barriers to employment. Position requires frequent driving of own vehicle. Valid driver’s license, vehicle and insurable driving record are required. EEO Employer F/M/Disabled/Vets
Family Support Worker
Fee for Service - Full Case Load.
Work closely with parents, providing support in the areas of parent education, child development, and child safety. Field-based position establishes supportive working relationships with the parent and baby through face-to-face interaction and visitation in the physical home setting. Perform home visits with families, addressing the six domains of Parental Health, Parenting, Child Development, Personal/Environmental Safety, Social Supports, and Life Course Development Coordinate health, family support, and social services needed by family; provide referrals and linkage to other services. Ability to work independently. Ability to establish trusting relationships. Open to reflective practice (i.e. has capacity for introspection, communicates awareness of self in relation to others, recognizes value of supervision, etc.) Bachelors Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Early Childhood Education or related field. Benefits not provided..
Experience working with children and families. Knowledge of infant and child development. EEO Employer F/M/Disabled/Vets
Homeless Peer Specialist
Part time (26 hours per week)
Provide support services to PATH staff and clients. Maintains PATH charts and data. Triages client phone calls, assists with outreach and follows up on client’s success with housing and care management. Conducts satisfaction surveys including Ohio Outcomes surveys. Provides peer support services to PATH clients as needed, including providing connection to Recovery Center. Individual must be a former or current mental health consumer with demonstrated ability to respectfully motivate other consumers to act on their own behalf and to participate in activities. High school graduate or GED required. Knowledge of mental health system and community‑based services strongly desired. Good communication, organizational and problem-solving skills. Basic computer knowledge. Position may require frequent driving of own vehicle. Valid driver’s license, vehicle and insurable driving record may be required. EEO Employer F/M/Disabled/Vets
Job Coach - Work Initiative Network (WIN)
Fee For Service - As Needed, On-Call
Responsible to work with clients in Clermont County and Hamilton County who are interested in obtaining and retaining employment in the community. Provides time-limited employment site supportive services such as job/task analysis, orientation and job training, and other on-site and off-site training and support as required to assist severely and persistently mentally ill clients and other WIN clients to maintain employment. Responsible for working with individual clients on the job providing support, guidance, advocacy and other skills to enhance job retention. Responsible for maintaining and nurturing relationships with employers, including educating them on disabilities as well as assisting them in developing their workforce. Collaborates with BVR, Ohio Means Jobs, TTW and other funders. Works with employer to devise and implement reasonable accommodations when necessary. Bachelor’s degree with preference for Human Services or Business plus 2 years of related experience, Associate Degree with preference for Human Services or Business plus 4 years of related experience, or total of 6 years combined of education and related experience required. Position requires frequent driving of own vehicle. Valid driver’s license, vehicle and insurable driving record are required. EEO Employer F/M/Disabled/Vets
Provide nursing services (primarily med/somatic) to clients with a psychiatric nursing focus; administer medication and injections; provide medical/health screening and minor physical health duties (dressing changes/blood pressure screening/monitoring glucose levels/etc.); provide psychiatric nursing assessment of individual clients as it relates to medication complications; assess effectiveness of psychotropic medication therapy; and provide education to clients regarding topics such as medications, side effects, and drug interactions. Licensure by the Ohio Board of Nursing as Registered Nurse required. BSN strongly preferred. Experience in working with persons who have a chronic mental illness preferred. Ability to administer subcutaneous and intramuscular injections, to draw-up injectable medications, to assess vital signs and to set-up medisets. Position requires use of personal mobile phone. Position requires frequent driving of own vehicle. Valid driver’s license, vehicle and insurable driving record are required. EEO Employer F/M/Disabled/Vets
Full time or part time
Be part of a team of psychiatrists led by GCB’s Chief Medical Officer. Provide psychiatric evaluation and ongoing psychiatric care of GCB clients by performing mental status examinations, diagnostic assessments, supportive therapy and pharmacological management. Manage prescriptions, administration of medications, and education for GCB clients. Provide accurate, timely documentation of assessment and care provided to GCB clients.
Work collaboratively with other GCB psychiatrists, nurses and staff. Collaborate with family and significant others when applicable. Complete external reports (probate, disability) as needed. May testify in court. Board Certified or Board eligible in the State of Ohio. Experience working with the SMD adults a plus. EEO Employer F/M/Disabled/Vets (Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org)
School Based Therapist
Newport Primary Elementary School – Newport, KY (Part time 2 days/week - 10 month position)
Piner Elementary School – Morning View, KY (Part time 3 days/week - 10 month position)
Provide mental health therapy services in a school based setting. Attend unit meetings and case staffings as required. Connect with principals, teachers, students and parents to develop rapport and trust to grow caseload. Document services for billing. Master’s degree in social work or counseling required. Licensed by the Kentucky Board of Social Work - CSW required. Prior experience working with children and families through work experience and/or internships. Be flexible to negotiate the politics of the school. Proficient at medical records documentation. EEO Employer F/M/Disabled/Vets
Service Coordinator - Targeted Case Management
Dayton, KY - Full time
Kenton County, KY - Full time
Newport, KY - Full time (10 month position)
Provides services to assist a client in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational or other services. Established a warm, supportive working relationship with client and his/her family. Receives referrals from agency therapist. Completes a comprehensive assessment and periodic reassessments of the recipient’s needs to determine the need for any medical, educational, social, or other services. Develops a specific care plan for the recipient and revises the plan as needed but at least every 3 months. Provides referrals and related activities to help the recipient obtain needed services. Provides follow-up activities. Contacts non-recipients who are directly related to identifying the recipient’s needs and care. Provide services based on the treatment plan. Bachelor degree in a human service field and one year paid experience with the population served or Master’s degree in a behavioral science field.
Successfully complete case management training approved by the Department of Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities.
Position requires the use of a personal mobile phone. Position requires frequent driving of own personal vehicle. A valid driver’s license, vehicle, and insurable driving record are required.
Fee for Service - 17 Billable/Productive Hours per Week.
Provides counseling, mental health, and substance abuse services to individuals and families in accordance with the agencies strategic plan while adhering to agency policies and procedures. Provides face-to-face service hours based on agency productivity standards. Provides individual, couple, family and group therapy as dictated by client needs. Performs a variety of casework duties, including analysis of assessment data, formulation of treatment plan, and implementation of the treatment. Has knowledge of a variety of treatment approaches and modalities including: psycho-dynamic, psycho-social, solution focused, family therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, systems approach, strength based approaches, cognitive behavioral, substance abuse, sex abuse treatment and other evidence or research based approaches. Master’s degree in social work or counseling or within 6 months of completion.
LISW, PCC, or PC, LSW working on independent licensure. EEO Employer F/M/Disabled/Vets
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