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Full time and Part time positions to 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.  Other related activities.  Board Certified or Board eligible in the State of Ohio required.  Experience working with the SMD adults a plus.  Contact Kim Strobel, HR Specialist at 513-354-7090 or e-mail resume or vitae to

Care Manager – Severe Mental Illness Services
Full time position responsible for providing Community Psychiatric Support Treatment (CPST) services to severely and persistently mentally ill clients. Establishes therapeutic relationships, assesses complex problems, selects problem-solving interventions, and helps clients to function effectively. Assesses 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. Coordinates 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.  Resumes must be submitted through CareerBuilder ( - search GCBHS in keywords). EEO Employer F/M/Disabled/Vets

Clerical Support Worker
Full time position - 40 hours/week  (1501 Madison Road, Cincinnati, OH 45206 - Hamilton County)
Part time position - 20 hours/week  (1074 Wasserman Way, Batavia, OH 45103 - Clermont County)
Mental Health Organiztion seeking to fill clerical vacancies to perform a variety of functions to include front desk receptionist and phone coverage, data entry, data maintenance, and clerical functions (typing, filing, word processing, copying).  May be required to perform various records room duties according to the needs of the site. May be responsible for providing clients with medications as indicated by the licensed healthcare professional on site.  If applicable, must be able to pass a drug test.   INDICATE FULL TIME OR PART TIME WHEN APPLYING.   Resumes must be submitted through CareerBuilder ( - search GCBHS in keywords). EEO Employer F/M/Disabled/Vets

Counselor – Clinical Treatment Unit
Full time position responsible for providing brief evidence based counseling, and mental health assessment services to a caseload of clients who have history of severe and persistent mental illness.  Provides assessment, treatment and counseling to a broad range of dually diagnosed clients.  This may include both severely mentally ill clients as well as those dealing with significant substance abuse issues.  Coordinates assessments and treatment planning for effective counseling for clients’ individual needs.  Col­laborates with others, both in the professional community and within the client's natural environment, to help the client meet his/her goals.  These treatments are provided in accordance with best practice, professional ethics and boundaries.  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. Resumes must be submitted through CareerBuilder ( - search GCBHS in keywords). EEO Employer F/M/Disabled/Vets

Director of Human Resources
Full time position responsible to provide the top level HR leadership for the HR team supporting a 500+ person organization.  Leads, administers, and enhances the Human Resource functions.  Proactively serves as the HR subject matter expert for the organization.  Analyzes HR matters and advises the Senior Management team on all HR matters.  Acts as an HR advisor to Executives, CEO, and all other organization staff.  Leads organizational change and improvement projects for HR areas.  If alliances, mergers, or acquisitions arise, this position will lead teams to analyze and integrate pay, benefit, and other HR areas (in coordination with the Senior Management team).  Responsible for the all HR functions including performance management, fringe benefit programs, salary administration, staff recruitment and retention, policies and procedures, Affirmative Action, unemployment and worker compensation, training and development, HR compliance, etc.  Provides the staff leadership and coordination for the HR/Legal committee of the board.  Acts as the HR liaison to the Board of Directors.  Participates in HR associations and other outside HR non-profit cooperatives.   Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or related field plus 4 years Human Resources experience or a Master's degree in Business Administration plus 2 years Human Resources experience required.  Supervisory and leadership experience required.  Resumes must be submitted through CareerBuilder ( - search GCBHS in keywords). EEO Employer F/M/Disabled/Vets

Vocational Rehabilitation Coordinator
Full time position to serve a targeted caseload of individuals with severe and persistent mental illness with Pathways Program. Program is a collaborative partnership with two Hamilton County Boards and four other vocational rehabilitation providers to provide vocational rehabilitation services to adults and transitional youth with developmental disabilities and severe and persistent mental illness. This program is a contract through the Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) - the state vocational program.  Coordinator works in partnership with people with disabilities to assist them to achieve community participation through community employment.  Coordinator works to establish eligibility, assess individuals’ strengths, weaknesses, needs, preferences, concerns and priorities to appropriately assist individuals in choosing an employment goal; authorize, coordinate and oversee services provided by community rehabilitation agencies which are also assisting individuals in seeking, obtaining and maintaining employment.   Master’s Degree in Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling or Counseling preferred or a combination of related education and experience required.  Certification as a Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) preferred. Licensure as a Counselor in the State of Ohio preferred.  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. Resumes must be submitted through CareerBuilder ( - search GCBHS in keywords). EEO Employer F/M/Disabled/Vets

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