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Cuyahoga County Community Mental Health and Addiction Treatment and Recovery Services System Job Opportunities

Success of recovery from mental illness and/or addiction begins with the ability to access treatment in a timely manner followed by immediate supports to sustain long-term recovery. The ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County is working to ensure that any resident has access to a continuum of high quality, integrated care that is available in a timely manner for individuals and families in need of treatment and recovery supports.

To obtain this goal the ADAMHS Board believes that a well-staffed and qualified community provider network is the first step in ensuring that residents can access and receive quality treatment and recovery services. Therefore ,the Board is posting job opportunities on its website as a free service for individuals seeking employment with the providers and partners of our community mental health and addiction treatment and recovery network.

Job Seekers: Click on the links below for information on each job opportunity. Please do not call the ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County regarding these positions. If you have questions or need more information on a position, please refer to the specific job opening. The ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County has no responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in the job postings and makes no recommendations regarding potential employers.

Employers: If you want to post a job opportunity with your organization, send an e-mail to Scott Osiecki, Chief of External Affairs, osiecki@adamhscc.org, with the following:
  • Job Opportunity as the Subject Line of the e-mail.
  • Title of job opportunity.
  • Brief description of job opportunity.
  • Link to more information about the job and/or to how to apply.
  • Posting date and close date.
  • Contact information of person posting the job (internal use only - will not be published on website).

Stella Maris

Full-Time Addiction Counselor: Deliver intensive outpatient group and individual counseling sessions to clients in recovery treatment. Group counseling sessions will be held on weekday evenings. Minimum requirements: Bachelor’s degree in related field and LCDCII credential and five years of counseling experience. Preferred: LSW and Master’s degree

If interested, send resume to human.resources@stellamariscleveland.com.


Recovery Resources

 

Do you have a background in mental health and/or AOD? Are you passionate about helping? Do you want to work in the community? Then working for Recovery Resources may be your next best career move! Recovery Resources helps people triumph! You can use your talents to educate the community, change the lives of those in need, and together we can strive to give all people access to adequate housing, employment and treatment for mental health and addictions.

  • CPST: Carry a caseload of adults diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illness, some of whom are dually diagnosed with addiction illnesses, and will provide a variety of supportive services to meet their varying needs. The majority of the services will be provided in the community, including the clients’ living environment. Candidates with an LSW may provide additional services such as individual and group mental health counseling and assessment. We are looking for someone with excellent client engagement skills, and an ability to change gears quickly and think on their feet in a fast paced environment. If you are someone who likes to manage your day independently and appreciates variety in your schedule, this job is for you! This is a wonderful opportunity to develop lasting relationships and have a positive impact with these clients while developing your clinical skills. Qualified Candidates: Must have a minimum of a bachelor's degree in a social service field, BSW/LSW preferred, experience with client population, and ability to learn agency behavioral health software. Supervision for independent licensure is available to master level candidates. Click her for more information and how to apply. Open until Filled
  • Agency Clinician: We are seeking a Clinician to join our company to treat clients who are dually diagnosed with mental illness and addiction. This individual will provide group and individual counseling services including assessment, treatment planning, referral, and service coordination. The successful candidate will ensure that clients are engaged in their treatment and in the treatment process and will form productive and collaborative working relationships with other team and support members. They will ensure that additional client needs essential to maintaining sobriety are addressed, maintain productivity goals, and keep clinical and administrative records current. When necessary, this clinician will connect clients to resources outside of treatment when appropriate, advocating for their overall needs, and will document collaboratively/concurrently whenever possible within our Electronic Health Record. If you’re a licensed clinician who loves working with people and being part of a collaborative team while still operating with autonomy, then this is the role for you!
    Qualifications: LSW or PC required, independent licensure preferred, with a passion for working with people. Self-motivated professional who is comfortable providing therapeutic interventions in the community. Prior experience in the mental health field preferred, ideally with dually diagnosed clients. Must be able to form strong and engaging treatment relationships, engage clients in the mutual assessment of problems and in goal setting, and implement treatment plans from initial contact through termination. Important to have working knowledge of the stages of change and must have good oral and written communication skills and an ability to make sound decisions under stressful conditions. All employees will receive an extensive training program as part of their on-boarding at Recovery Resources. Click here for more information and how to apply. Open until Filled
  • Assessment Counselor: We are seeking a Clinician to join our company to treat clients who are dually diagnosed with mental illness and addiction. Assessor responsibilities include forming productive and collaborative working relationships with staff ensuring that clients are engaged in the treatment process and that additional client needs essential to achieving stability are addressed; productivity goals are met; and clinical and administrative records are timely and accurate. This individual may also provide group and individual counseling services including, treatment planning, referral, and service coordination. They will ensure that additional client needs essential to maintaining sobriety are addressed, maintain productivity goals, and keep clinical and administrative records current. When necessary, this clinician will connect clients to resources outside of treatment when appropriate, advocating for their overall needs, and will document collaboratively/concurrently whenever possible within our Electronic Health Record. If you’re a licensed clinician who loves working with people and being part of a collaborative team while still operating with autonomy, then this is the role for you!  Qualifications: LSW or PC required, independent licensure preferred, with a passion for working with people. Self-motivated professional who is comfortable providing therapeutic interventions in the community. Prior experience in the mental health field preferred, ideally with dually diagnosed clients. Must be able to form strong and engaging treatment relationships, engage clients in the mutual assessment of problems and in goal setting, and implement treatment plans from initial contact through termination. Important to have working knowledge of the stages of change and must have good oral and written communication skills and an ability to make sound decisions under stressful conditions. A valid driver’s license in the State of Ohio with access to an insured vehicle for client transportation is required. All employees will receive an extensive training program as part of their on-boarding at Recovery Resources. Click here for more information and how to apply. Open until Filled

 


Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center

 

  • Multicultural Services Manager: This management position will supervise the day-to-day services and operations of our Multicultural & Education (MCE) department, which includes our Latina, Ujima, and KEYS 4 Deaf Access projects, as well as our prevention & education programing. This position requires strong critical thinking, organizational skills, excellent communication skills, and a firm understanding of grant reporting, budgets, trauma, family dynamics, and court processes. Position is Mon-Fri 9a-5P, but may work some non-traditional hours. Bachelor degree required. Master degree, LSW, and Bilingual in Spanish & English a plus. This management position will supervise the day-to-day services and operations of our Multicultural & Education (MCE) department, which includes our Latina, Ujima, and KEYS 4 Deaf Access projects, as well as our prevention & education programing. This position requires strong critical thinking, organizational skills, excellent communication skills, and a firm understanding of grant reporting, budgets, trauma, family dynamics, and court processes. Position is Mon-Fri 9a-5P, but may work some non-traditional hours. Bachelor degree required. Master degree, LSW, and Bilingual in Spanish & English a plus.E-mail resume and cover letter with salary requirements to careers@dvcac.org
  • Bilingual Advocate: Our Latina Domestic Violence Project is seeking an experienced bilingual advocate. This dynamic team provides culturally-specific services that offer safe options and stability for Latina victims of domestic violence. This fulltime position includes community outreach, group facilitation, crisis intervention, court and multi-system advocacy, data collection, and collaboration with community partners. Qualified applicants will be bilingual in Spanish & English and have a working knowledge of domestic violence. Bachelor degree preferred. Must be available for non-traditional work hours, including weekends. Send resume and cover letter with salary requirements to careers@dvcac.org.


Community Assessment & Treatment Services (CATS):  

 


Life Exchange Center:  

 
  • Executive Director: Serve as Primary Staff for the Board of Directors; Principal Fundraiser; Primary Contact for Information and Communication; Manage Life Exchange Center and Transitional Youth Housing Program and Facilitate An Environment that Promotes Recovery and Independence. Click here for a complete job description. To apply e-mail resume and cover letter to Terry Lester, Board Chair, Life Exchange Center, at zenniegirl1@gmail.com.
  • Peer Support Specialist: Assist consumers/members with current behavioral health diagnosis integrate back into their communities. Assist in decreasing the need for future hospitalizations by offering social and emotional support in an array of individualized services. Serve as the liaison between the Peer Support Staff, Members, and Executive Director.
    - Develop rapport and engage in a personal and positive supportive relationship, demonstrating and inspiring hope, trust, and a positive outlook, both by in-person interactions with consumers.
    - Provide social and emotional support
    - Facilitate group efforts with members/consumers
    - Brainstorm to identify strengths and needs for Life Exchange Center with Staff to be implemented within the programming structure.
    - Serve as a liaison to consumers and a range of community organizations and collaborate on special projects as needed.
    - Advocate service for consumers to be engage with to better their quality of life.
     - Must be willing to share lived experiences with stakeholders, partners, peers, staff, and vested parties.
    Please apply at: www.indeed.com

Ohio Guidestone

 

  • Licensed Social Worker or Professional Counselor: We are looking for qualified social workers (LSW), counselors (LPC), and/or marriage & family therapists (MFT) who have an interest in working with our specialized populations! Current program needs are: ADULT SERVICES, AoD, CHILDREN & ADOLESCENTS, JUVENILE JUSTICE, MATERNAL DEPRESSION, SCHOOL SERVICES. Click here for complete job description. Open Until Filled
  • Mental Health Counselor – Maternal Depression: Personal & Family Counseling Services of OhioGuidestone is seeking a passionate and empathic therapist to serve mothers who are experiencing depression and anxiety. The ideal candidate will have a genuine interest in providing individual and family counseling with women and their partners in a home-based setting. Click here for complete job description. Open Until Filled


New Directions

  • Treatment Specialist: Coordinate, supervise and participate in client activities and their daily schedule to ensure a successful treatment plan implementation. If you share our core values and mission, you could be the right person for New Directions! Previous experience with adolescents and chemical dependency preferred. Licensure and Education Required: Chemical Dependency Counselor Assistant (CDCA) required; High School diploma or GED equivalent ; Associate's degree or Bachelor's degree in a related field preferred; CPR and First Aid training certification (may be completed within three months of date of hire); Valid driver's license (with 4 points or less) and meet criteria to be insured under Organization's automotive insurance. Click here to apply online.
    Posting closing date: 5/15/17
  • Recovery House Case Manager: Ensures the ongoing successful operation of agency Recovery House programs. The ideal candidate will also oversee operational and programmatic responsibilities on a daily basis; and works closely with agency staff, clients and external stakeholders to ensure the ongoing implementation of social model principles within the recovery housing program. This is a full-time position. Hours vary depending on agency needs. Full benefits include: medical, dental, vision, LTD, Basic Life & AD&D, supplemental insurance, EAP, tuition reimbursement, 8 paid holidays, 401-k match up to 4%, and 3 weeks of PTO in the 1st year. Responsibilities: collaborate with Director(s), Lead Therapist and Program Staff ; coordinate communication and treatment activities with stakeholders resulting in seamless integrated services to clients/families; actively participate in treatment activities and ensure accurate, timely documentation  Requirements: Associate's or Bachelor's Degree required; Chemical Dependency Counselor Assistant (CDCA) required; Valid driver's license (with 4 points or less) ;Meet criteria to be insured under Organization's automotive insurance; Excellent oral and written communication skills; Demonstrate a basic understanding of family systems and adolescent development; Knowledge of principles of chemical dependency and mental illness recovery; Must be proficient with the use of a PC (pre-hire computer test); reference checks and original source verification of degrees, certification and licensure. Click here to apply online.
    Posting closing date: 5/24/17
  • IOP Van Driver/Treatment Specialist: Coordinates, supervises, and participates in client activities during their daily schedule to ensure successful treatment plan implementation for all clients within both the Residential and Outpatient programs. The Treatment Specialist/Driver is also responsible for scheduling and delivering safe transportation for Outpatient clients. This position is a dual role spending approx. 20% of time driving, 10% working as a Treatment Specialist in the Outpatient program and the remainder of the time working as a Treatment Specialist in the Male Residential program. Licensure and Education Required: Chemical Dependency Counselor Assistant (CDCA) required; High School diploma or GED equivalent; Associate's degree or Bachelor's degree in a related field preferred; CPR and First Aid training certification (may be completed within three months of date of hire); Valid driver's license (with 4 points or less) and Meet criteria to be insured under Organization's automotive insurance. Competencies Assessment/ Demonstration N ew Hire/Transfer; Assessment during interview(s) by qualified management; experience driving a passenger van preferred; demonstrates a basic understanding of family systems and adolescent development; knowledge of principles of chemical dependency and mental illness recovery; pre-hire computer test must show proficient use of personal computer software and Windows operating environment, Word, Excel and Outlook; reference checks and original source verification of degrees, certification and licensure. Click here to apply online. 
    Posting closing date: 5/24/17

Cuyahoga County Common Please Court Corrections Planning Board:
  • Crisis Intervention/Behavioral Health Specialist: This innovative position will assist the Court and Probation Department in utilization of non-jail / community-based alternatives for crisis and mental health stabilization to reduce remands to the Cuyahoga County Correction Center (“Jail”). Click here to review the complete job description, qualification's and how to apply.

Click here to review the complete job description, qualification's and how to apply.


May Dugan Center:
  • Community Health Worker (CHW) –  MomsFirst Adolescent Component Program: Responsible for the provision of service to all participants involved on the caseload. The Case Manager shall formally review each participant’s record once a month in the form of case conference with the CHW. Through case conference the Case Manager will provide supervision to the CHW and will ensure that all MomsFirst Core Services are being provided and that documentation of these services is occurring. The CHW must provide contact information via home visit and phone to each participant within the first 24 hours. This must be documented in the data system. This position will require non-traditional and some Saturday work hours.
    E-mail resume and cover letter - or request more information - to: blevison@maydugancenter.org.
  • Senior Outreach Coordinator (Part Time: 20 hours per week): Responsible for developing and facilitating senior group recreational programming. This includes identifying opportunities/activities and coordinating with external partners to enhance senior outreach program. The Senior Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for facilitating programming in a group format. The Senior Outreach Coordinator will also serve as a liaison with the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, Music Settlement and identify other community partners. As a member of the Health & Wellness Department, they will also be responsible for assisting with health screening days and representing May Dugan at health related events and meetings. In addition, the Senior Outreach Coordinator will work closely with the development manager to identify other funding opportunities. Open Until Filled. Click here for complete job description. Email resumes to: Andy Trares, Deputy Director of May Dugan Center atrares@maydugancenter.org
  • Trauma Recovery Center Social Worker: Responsible for trauma-informed communication with clients in MetroHealth System Emergency Department, in the community, and at May Dugan. Will work closely with MetroHealth personnel on identifying victims of crime, providing immediate support for VOCA services and following up as necessary to support immediate needs in the stabilization process. This includes, but is not limited to working with EMT staff, law enforcement, staff from other crisis management programs, sobriety support services, and program staff at May Dugan. The social worker would also serve as the point of contact, following up with clients and staff to assure agency follow-through. Click here for complete job description
  • Trauma Recovery Center Counselor: Responsible for working in the Emergency Department and other patient environs at MetroHealth System. Will work closely with hospital staff to identify, communicate with and support victims of crime. The counselor will be responsible for working with identified victims in the hospital and after release in the victim’s home and community to support trauma recovery and accessing services for victims. In addition, the worker will be responsible for working with other care providers in the community to assure follow-through of medical, mental health, and social service supports. Click here for complete job description. 
  • Trauma Recovery Center Social Worker: Responsible for working in the Emergency Department and other patient environs at MetroHealth System. Will work closely with hospital staff to identify, communicate with, and support victims of crime. The goal of the Trauma Recovery Center is support the immediate needs of victims in the hospital and after release. This will include follow-up visits in the victim’s home and community. In addition, the worker will be responsible for working with other care providers in the community to assure follow-through of medical, mental health, and social service supports. Click here for complete job description. 
  • Trauma Recovery Center Care Coordinator: Responsible for coordinating care for Trauma Recovery Center clients after they have left Metro Hospital. Click here for complete job description.

Unless noted, e-mail resumes to: Rick A. Kemm, Executive Director of May Dugan Center at rkemm@maydugancenter.org. 

Achievement Centers for Children:

  • Behavioral Health Clinical Supervisor and Program Coordinator: In this role you will provide program leadership and clinical and administrative supervision to our Behavioral Health Team, supporting best practices and inspiring excellence! In addition you will carry a small caseload to provide direct behavioral health services to clients. The ideal candidate is an experienced LISW-S who has clinical and administrative supervision experience as well as knowledge of the unique challenges of individuals with special needs and their families.
    Click here for complete job description.
  • Licensed Social Worker - Early Childhood Mental Health: Join our home-based Early Childhood Mental Health team and enhance your skills by taking advantage of our training, ongoing team support and individualized supervision to grow in your career and maintain and advance your professional license. This position provides great work/life balance as you can write your own schedule! (Travel is limited to Cuyahoga County!) The ideal candidate is an experienced Social Worker who has clinical, community-based experience working with young children and their families. Click here for complete job description.

Please apply online at: http://www.achievementcenters.org/about-us/employment.html.


Beech Brook:
  • Clinical Supervisor: This position is for a Clinical Supervisor to supervise licensed and unlicensed staff. There will be responsibilities to provide Clinical and Administrative Supervision to Therapists at our Carl B Stokes and our Maynard locations. The individual selected for this position will manage our outpatient clinic schedule. The selected candidate will provide clinical supervision around Medicaid compliance paperwork. The clinical supervisor is also responsible to ensure that daily progress notes, and other Medicaid documentation are completed within proper timeframes. Training and Experience in trauma treatment and trauma-informed care is required. Individual must be able to develop effective relationships in order to function as a member of an interdisciplinary team. A Master's degree in social work or related field and demonstrated supervisory experience required. Licensed Independent Social Worker Supervisor (LISW-S) or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor Supervisor (LPCC-S) is required for this position. A valid OH driver's license with no more than 5 points along with 24/7 availability is also required.
  • Case Manager/Therapist – Early Childhood: This position will provide both office based Treatment and Home-based Early Childhood Mental Health therapy to children ages 0 – 6 with their caregivers. The candidate must have excellent organizational skills to manage a full caseload and the ability to successfully engage families of all cultures/communities and work within a team approach. Knowledge of Trauma Informed Care, DECA principles, DC-03R and CBCL a plus, as well as, 1 year of experience working with the early childhood population. Master’s degree, LSW or LPC.
  • School Based Therapist- Cuyahoga: This full time position will provide behavioral health therapy, mental health interventions and perform diagnostic assessments to at-risk youth with emotional, psychological, behavioral and/or trauma based issues within a school based environment. A Bachelor's degree, LSW or Master’s degree and PC is required, 2 years of experience working with children and families preferred. Knowledge of community resources and experience working within a school setting is helpful. Must have a valid OH driver’s license with no more than 5 points and 24/7 availability.

To Apply: https://www.beechbrook.org/home/careers/job-openings/ or email resume to recruitment@beechbrook.org  (Posting 3/9/17/Close Dates: Until Filled)


Bellefaire JCB
  • Clinical Supervisor: Bellefaire JCB, Ohio’s largest multi-service, private, non-profit behavioral health and child welfare agency dedicated to the wellbeing of children, youth, and their families is seeking a Clinical Supervisor to oversee all aspects of service delivery and treatment of clients in our Lorain County School Based Program. This program includes counseling to children, consultation to teachers and individual students, mental health education and psychoeducation prevention groups. This position is based in Lorain County. Our Elyria/ Lorain office is conveniently located midway between I-90, and the Ohio Turnpike, just about 20 minutes west of downtown Cleveland. We offer competitive salaries, a generous benefits package, training, tuition assistance, and career advancement. Minimum Master’s Degree and LISW-S or LPCC-S required.

    At Bellefaire, we value our employees and the work they accomplish on behalf of our mission and offer competitive benefits such as:
    • $3000 signing bonus
    • A competitive salary
    • Generous vacation, holiday, sick, and personal day policies
    • Medical, vision and dental insurance (Domestic Partner Benefits)
    • Defined benefit pension plan
    • 403(b) plan
    • Life insurance
    • Long term disability

    To apply, e-mail résumé to employment@bellefairejcb.org or click here for more information.


The Centers for Families & Children

  • AOD Counselor - Midtown: Reporting to the Supervisor of AOD Services, the AOD Counselor is responsible for providing confidential counseling, education, and support to individuals and families experiencing substance use disorders, and for promoting health lifestyles and healthy choices to individuals, families, and the community. AOD services are a key part of The Centers mission to provide integrated care which also includes behavioral healthcare, primary care, pharmacy and wellness services. Reporting to the Supervisor of AOD Services, the AOD Counselor is responsible for providing confidential counseling, education, and support to individuals and families experiencing substance use disorders, and for promoting health lifestyles and healthy choices to individuals, families, and the community. AOD services are a key part of The Centers mission to provide integrated care which also includes behavioral healthcare, primary care, pharmacy and wellness services. Click here for the complete job description and how to comply.

Catholic Charities

  • Nurse Practitioner (Part-time 15 hours/week): Under the administrative direction of the Director, OPMH and under consultation direction of the Psychiatrist, provide nursing and mental health psychiatric services and/or substance use disorder therapeutic services to clients. Document services provided in the electronic client record. Maintain other reporting responsibilities as indicated. Provide consultation as indicated. Please note a copy of the complete job description will be provided at the time of interview for those selected.
    Click here for more information and how to apply.
  • Therapist II- Community Based Family Services: The primary role of this position is to provide specialized mental health or alcohol and other drug services including Mental Health Assessment, Chemical Dependency or Dual Diagnosis Assessment, Behavioral Health Counseling and Therapy Services, or other chemical dependency treatment services, Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment or case management, Consultation, or Prevention to clients related to their specific Individual Service Plan (ISP) defined needs or related to priorities established. Services are provided in the home or community, whichever is the most appropriate setting for the individual or family. Preferred candidates will have demonstrated experience working in chemical dependency. Click here for more information and how to apply.
  • Human Service Worker- Fatima Family Center: Provide support services to clients and families or employers, individually and in groups including job coaching as appropriate; provide referral and follow up services to appropriate programs as needed; make visits to clients and their families at their work sites/home/school as appropriate and act as an advocate to programs and clients. Click here for more information and how to apply.
  • Mental Health and Disability Assistant- Early Learning Program: Under direction, and in accordance with Head Start Performance Standards, the Mental Health and Disability Assistant is responsible for maintaining the Mental Health and Disability Service Area at all sites. Responsibilities include, but not limited, to: provide technical assistance to staff regarding children with suspected or diagnosed disabilities; keep accurate records of daily activities to include: child observations, teacher consultation, plans of action, parent conferences and team meetings; take an active part in the IFSP/IEP/ISP process through planning of Intervention Plans and/or Individual Plans and monitor sites and staff for effect and community activities that relate to families and children with disabilities.
    Click here for more information and how to apply.
  • Therapist III- IOP at St. Vincent: Provide specialized mental health or alcohol and other drug services including Mental Health Assessment, Chemical Dependency or Dual Diagnosis Assessment, Behavioral Health Counseling and Therapy Services, or other chemical dependency treatment services, Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment or case management, individual crisis management sessions, consultations, or prevention to clients related to their specific Individual Service Plan (ISP) defined needs or related to priorities established. Will be responsible for a case load of 8-10 clients. Click here for more information and how to apply.


Magnolia Clubhouse

  • Clinical Director: A great opportunity to work with the Clubhouse in a critical position as it launches Medicaid for the Clubhouse Service, expanding the service at the Clubhouse and promoting the development of the model across Ohio. Provide leadership in our holistic Clubhouse community. The Clinical Director will have excellent management and mentoring skills and be an outstanding communicator. The position also requires expertise in Medicaid and Medicare service delivery requirements and Managed Care Organizations operations. Experience and interest in advocacy is also preferred. Click here for complete job description and how to apply.
  • Mental Health Professional - with interest in Retail: Run an upscale resale shop with Magnolia Clubhouse. Job duties include engaging members in the operation of the Clubhouse, and supporting members with employment and educational pursuits, community integration, advocacy, and social activities. This particular position will also include management of our Upscale Resale Magnolia Clubhouse Shop. Click here for complete job description and how to apply.
  • Development Assistant: This position is a great opportunity to learn more about Development, Communications, Marketing and Non-Profit Administration. Provides administrative and secretarial support for the Executive Director, the Director of Institutional Advancement, the Development Director, and Board. The Development Assistant will have excellent skills with fundraising software data entry and reporting, excellent organizational skills, and will be an outstanding communicator. The position will include supporting development, communications and marketing work, typing and designing correspondence and other documents, and maintaining an efficient organizational system for Clubhouse documents and files. The Development Assistant serves as the administrative liaison to the Board of Trustees, and will provide support to the Executive Director. Click here for complete job description and how to apply.

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center 

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and seeks diverse applicants for the following positions. Salary of the positions are commensurate with experience. The Center offers a competitive compensation and benefits package, as well as a welcoming and supportive work environment.

How to Apply: Submit cover letter and resume to apply@clevelandrcc.org. Please specify the position you are applying for, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center, The Halle Building, 1228 Euclid Ave., Suite 200, Cleveland, OH 44115. No phone calls, please.

Closing Date: June, 2017
  • Client Services Specialist- Ashtabula Office: 

part time (20 hours) Reports to Director of Regional Services and will staff the Center’s reception area at our office in Ashtabula City during business hours to greet and appropriately direct clients via phone calls or in person, playing a critical role in providing outstanding, trauma-informed client/customer services. Duties further include client check in/check out, collecting insurance/demographic information, updating client data in electronic health records, faxing, filing, scanning, and keeping the reception area organized.  Qualifications: The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills, is responsible for positive client relationships, is detail oriented and effective at multitasking, sensitive to clients and caller’s needs and confidentiality. Position requires customer service or related experience. This is a part time (20 hours) position; occasional early mornings, later evenings required. 

  • Victim Specialist: Primarily responsible for providing trauma-informed crisis and ongoing support and advocacy to survivors of rape, and sex abuse with a strong focus on sex trafficking in the medical and judicial systems. The Victim Specialist provides a broad range of services to empower a survivor including, but not limited to: educating and facilitating the victim’s decision-making, serving as a liaison between agencies, accompanying/staying with the victim during court appointments, conducting safety planning. Victim Specialist will also assist with providing training for law enforcement, prosecutors, judges, and other community professionals. This position serves all cities in Cuyahoga County with a focus on suburban communities and sex trafficking. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree, MA preferred, LSW required, with two years of experience in a related field providing direct services to the community in a human services program, or five years’ work experience in a related field. Must have ability to build relationships, collaborate internally and externally, and communicate effectively with diverse audiences, staff, volunteers and partners both verbally and in writing; able to assess the needs of clients under emotional stress and refer to appropriate resources, handle graphic accounts of crimes, interact effectively with emotionally upset survivors; Maintain confidentiality of information; Must be able to travel in North East Ohio and have valid OH driver’s license. 
  • Regional Victim Specialist: Primarily responsible for providing trauma-informed crisis and ongoing support and advocacy to survivors of rape and sex abuse (including sex trafficking) in the medical and judicial systems. The Regional Victim Specialist provides a broad range of services to empower a survivor including, but not limited to: educating and facilitating the victim’s decision-making, serving as a liaison between agencies, accompanying/staying with the victim during court appointments, conducting safety planning. The Regional Victim Specialist will also assist with providing training for law enforcement, prosecutors, judges, and other community professionals. This position serves Lake, Geauga and Ashtabula Counties. Qualifications: Associate’s Degree (Bachelor’s degree preferred) with two years’ experience in a related field providing direct services to the community in a criminal justice or human services program, or five years’ work experience in a related field. Must have ability to build relationships, collaborate internally and externally, and communicate effectively with diverse audiences, staff, volunteers and partners both verbally and in writing; able to assess the needs of clients under emotional stress and refer to appropriate resource, handle graphic accounts of crimes, interact effectively with emotionally upset survivors; Maintain confidentiality of information; Must be able to travel in North East Ohio and have valid OH driver’s license.
  • Community Outreach Specialist – Regional: Connects with the community by building and maintaining relationships with community groups and other social service organizations, conducting a variety of strategic outreach activities, and engaging clients in Cleveland Rape Crisis programs. This position will work to increase awareness and utilization of sexual assault specific services in Lake, Geauga and Ashtabula Counties through presentations, community events and information dissemination. The Regional Outreach Specialist will provide support to the regional team in educating medical professionals, mental health professionals and law enforcement on CRCC programs and best practices of working with survivors of sexual violence. The Regional Outreach Specialist will also be responsible for providing education and outreach services/activities to individuals and groups who are from vulnerable populations in danger of victimization or re-victimization, and survivors who have experienced rape and sexual abuse (including Sex Trafficking). This is a full-time nonexempt position, requiring flexible hours of work for the purpose of meeting the need of survivor of sexual assault. This position requires travel within the community.
    Qualifications: An ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in a related field, minimum of two years’ experience in community-based programs preferred. Excellent public speaking, presentation and communication skill. Ability to establish rapport, connect with others and forge strong relationships. Comfort in speaking and working with consumers and potential clients. Committed to the mission of CRCC to serve survivors and prevent sexual violence. Possess knowledge of cultural diversity, working with underserved, vulnerable populations and rural communities. Ability to support and motivate potential clients. Excellent interpersonal skills required; must be able to work well with volunteers and staff. Valid OH driver’s license necessary. 
  • Manager of Human Resources: Responsible for the administration of the human resources policies and procedures. They are instrumental in the areas of departmental development, Human Resource Information Systems, employee relations, training and development, benefits, compensation, and employment. This is a full-time position.  Qualifications: The qualified candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree or a minimum of five years of broad HR experience, including experience with payroll, reporting, benefits and the annual audit process; in-depth knowledge of at least one payroll system; and proficiency with MS Word, Excel, and Outlook. An ideal candidate will be results oriented with superior skills in organizing, planning, and attention to details; have excellent verbal and written communication skills; and have a strong sense of integrity, honesty, and ethics.
  • Trauma Therapist: Reports to the Director of Clinical Services and provides individual and group therapeutic services to all survivors of rape and sexual abuse, as well as to non-offending family members, guardians, and other close supporters. The Trauma Therapist is expected to independently manage a caseload to ensure that all clients receive timely services. Has experience with co-occurring disorders such as addictions and mental illness. This is a full-time position requiring flexible hours (evenings, PRN Saturdays) of work.
    Qualifications: A qualified applicant will have a Master’s degree in Social Services, Counseling, Art Therapy and/or a related field, with valid OH license (LSW, LISW, PCC). Specialization in experiential modes of therapy (art, play, music) and/or training in evidenced-based trauma treatment methods such as EMDR, CPT, TF-CBT preferred. Requires travel.
  • Volunteer & Internship Coordinator: Reports to the Manager of 24-Hour Services and is responsible for the coordination of all aspects of the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center’s (CRCC) volunteer and internship programs, including recruitment, training, and recognition of volunteers and interns. The Volunteer & Internship Coordinator plays a vital role in maintaining the operations of CRCC’s text and chat line, as well as utilizing volunteers in non-direct service capacities, as needed. Qualifications: A qualified applicant will have a Bachelor’s Degree in human services or related field, LSW preferred. Experience with volunteer or intern program coordination; ability to work with diverse populations; ability to multi-task; detail-oriented and organized; experienced with diverse technologies and software, the ability to work a flexible schedule; excellent communication skills; bi-lingual preferred. This is a full-time position requiring flexible hours (evenings, PRN weekends) of work. Candidates must be available to assist with on-call shifts between 6am-6pm or 6pm-6am as needed.
  • Support Specialist: The Support Specialist reports to the Manager of 24-Hour Services and is responsible for providing 24-Hour Support, including survivor care in hospitals and police stations; phone and text/chat hot coverage to ensure all survivors and co-survivors of sexual abuse, rape and human trafficking in Northeast Ohio have immediate 24/7 access to support, education, crisis stabilization and follow-up services. The Support Specialist also works with CRCC Volunteers, taking on the role of shift leader by answering questions, addressing any scheduling changes, problems, or questions and providing information as needed. The Support Specialist also assists staff throughout various departments with administrative assistance. This is a full-time (40-hours a week) position for the 6 am – 6 pm shift.
    Qualifications: A qualified applicant will successfully complete CRCC’s Advocacy Training; must have the ability to serve individuals in a direct service capacity; remain calm and clear-headed in stressful or unanticipated situations; be accessible and reliable while on-call. Flexibility in scheduling is necessary and weekend and holiday hours are required. Must have valid OH driver’s license and reliable transportation.

Community Care Network

Community Based Therapist: Under direction, the Community-Based Therapist provides and/or coordinates therapeutic and related services to assigned families aimed at addressing their mental health and support needs. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:1. Education, Training, and/or Experience: A Master’s degree in Social Work or related field; minimum of one (1) year experience in counseling, social work, and/or in providing therapeutic support services to children and families; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. 2. Certifications, Licenses, Registrations: Licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor and Social Work Board as a Licensed Social Worker (LSW), or a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC); Must have and maintain a valid Ohio Driver's License, personal vehicle, appropriate driving record and appropriate insurance coverage at all times (as required by agency policy and/or insurance carriers).

To apply, send resume and cover letter to cchhr@cchome.org  or for more information go to www.cchome.org.

Applewood


How to Apply: Qualified candidates for the following positions should submit their letters of interest and resume to HR@applewoodcenters.org clearly indicating the position title for which you are applying. For more information please visit http://www.applewoodcenters.org/careers/current-opportunities.
  • School-based Counselor- BA & MA level openings- Cuyahoga County: Provide behavioral health counseling, assessments, as well as other therapeutic services including clinical case management, consultation and prevention groups for children and families to assist clients and families with skill development, anger management, managing mental, emotional and behavior symptomology. School based counselors work collaboratively with school administration and staff in the school setting to provide them, as well as the identified students with consultative support. Services to be provided primarily in the school but also in the community and home setting during non-school time. This position requires flexibility of schedule and ability to travel in response to the needs of families. We provide individual supervision and group supervision for LPC/LSW candidates seeking independent licensure in a supportive team environment. Position requirements: A Master's Degree in Social Work or Counseling, an LSW or LPC is required along with prior experience in the delivery of mental health services in the school/community to children and families with complex needs is essential. Bachelor level licensed social workers who have diagnostic and clinical experience will be considered. Schools are located on both east and west sides of Cleveland and surrounding suburbs. We have full time, part time and PRN positions available.
  • Multisystemic Therapist for Problem Sexual Behaviors: Provide intensive, in-home and community-based MST therapy services to children and their families throughout Cuyahoga (and sometimes Lorain) County. Multisystemic Therapy for Problem Sexual Behavior (MST/PSB) is a clinical adaptation of Multisystemic Therapy that is targeted to adolescents who have committed sexual offenses and demonstrated other problem behaviors. MST/PSB has been proven effective at decreasing problem sexual and other antisocial behaviors and out-of-home placements. MST/PSB is an intensive, ecological intervention that is directed at youth and their families, with the collaboration of community based resources such as caseworkers, probation/parole officers, and school professionals. MST Therapists are provided training and supervision in a wide variety of models and techniques with CEU and licensing support documentation to include structural family therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, solution-focused therapy, motivational interviewing, behavior modification, couples therapy, communication therapy, problem sexual behavior therapy, and contingency management treatment among others.
    Position requirements: MST Therapists are full–time Master’s-level staff with LPC/LSW or highly skilled Bachelor’s-level LSW staff, ability to gain independent licensure a plus; Ability to interact with parents and children in emotionally challenging circumstances on a daily basis; Applicants with past experience in community-based services, family counseling, corrections, case management, child protective case work, or crisis management services are preferred.
  • Care Coordinator- Systems of Care: Provide intensive, in-home and community-based counseling and CSP services to children with SED (Severely Emotional Disturbance) and their families using a wrap-around model of care planning. The qualified clinician will provide behavioral health counseling, assessments, as well as develop strength based engagement with children and families in need of services. Assist clients and families with skill development, anger management, managing mental, emotional and behavior symptomology. Requires flexibility of schedule in response to the needs of families.
    Position requirements: A Bachelor's Degree, LSW or LPC is required, and prior experience in the delivery of mental health services in the home/community to children and families with complex needs is essential. Candidates must be able to travel to families.
  • Intensive Home Based Therapist-Lorain County: Provide intensive, in-home and community-based counseling and CPST services to children and their families. The qualified licensed clinician will provide behavioral health counseling, assessments, as well as develop strength based engagement with children and families in need of services. Assist clients and families with skill development, anger management, managing mental, emotional and behavior symptomology. This position requires flexibility of schedule in response to the needs of families.  Position requirements: A Master's Degree in Social Work or Counseling, an LSW or LPC, and prior experience in the delivery of mental health services in the home/community to children and families with complex needs is essential.Candidates must be able to travel to families and have a 24/7 on-call availability M-F and weekend on-call rotation.
  • School-based Counselor- Lorain County: Provide mental health prevention, consultation and clinical services to students and families in alternative and regular education settings in northern and southern Lorain County. GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR CARING PROFESSIONALS! Position requirements: A Master's Degree in Social Work or Counseling, an LSW or LPC is required, and proven experience in the delivery of mental health services in the school/community to children and families with complex needs is essential. Experience in Trauma informed services preferred. Independent Licensure ( LISW, LPCC) and eligibility to serve clients with private insurance are preferred. This position requires flexibility of schedule and ability to travel in response to the needs of families.


EDEN, Inc.

  • Housing Locator: Detailed-oriented person with good customer service skills and ability to work with a team to coordinate housing for Veterans and their families facing homelessness. This position will work with other service providers (VA, MHS & CMC, and Shelter Providers) to process referrals and help identify housing for participants. Will recruit and market to landlords to participate in the SSVF program and develop a collection of housing options for participants. Will communicate regularly with SSVF staff to inform and give updates on program information and status changes. Will conduct inspections to insure compliance with HQS guidelines. Must have valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle. Will transport participants. Exp. with homeless and low-income population, HQS certification and knowledge/experience with Service Point a plus. BA preferred or min. 3 yrs. exp. with housing or special needs population. This is a non-exempt position. Interested parties should contact Anne Dennstedt at adennstedt@edeninc.org or 216-961-9690.
  • Housing Stability Specialist: Work with special needs population who are at risk of losing their housing, by helping individuals/families to prevent the loss of housing and/or their voucher, outreaching to participants in their homes and in the community to complete annual recertification paperwork, assist with emergency moves, act as liaison between landlord and tenant, and assist in the education and communications between the participants and their case manager. A Bachelor’s Degree in Social Services related field is required. One to two years of background work in a social services field including experience working with individuals who have a mental health and/or substance use diagnosis(es) are preferred.
    Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable automobile. Transportation of participants will be required. Experience with providing services to the homeless and low-income population and HQS certification is a plus. Contact Linda Erb, Manager of Human Resources, at lerb@edeninc.org or 216-961-9690 for more information.

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