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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  • Contact information of person posting the job (internal use only - will not be published on website).


Northern Ohio Recovery Association (NORA)

 

 

 

 

Candidates interested in the following positions should send resumes to Cathy Davis, Administrative Executive Assistant/NORA Peer Project/ Operations, via e-mail to cdavis@norainc.org.

Posting Dates: 11/2/17 - 12/31/2017.

  • Clinical Supervisor:  Reports to the Executive Director. Responsible for the management and quality of clinical services by conducting supervision, record reviews, trainings and additional clinical support for the AoD counselors and caseworker staff. Responsibilities include the Clinical supervision of the AOD Counselors and Manager of Quality Records Review. Supervisor will monitor and maintain clinical compliance in planning, training, implementing and measuring quality clinical services • Review clinical files and perform individual record audits for licensing compliance and required documentation to ensure delivery of services. • Conduct and document clinical team meetings and staff meetings; schedule employees as per compliance, program training and staff development. • Perform timely employee evaluations and employee disciplinary actions as needed. • Work as a team member with entire treatment and ancillary staff to promote consistent and coordinated efforts. • Responsibilities include additional clinical duties or projects as assigned by the Clinical Director, Operations Director, Executive Officer or Executive Director. Competencies: • Knowledge of chemical dependency treatment, therapeutic interventions, ASAM criteria including placement criteria, continued stay and chemical dependency diagnoses. • Knowledge of pharmacology and withdrawal syndromes, co-occurring mental disorders, family dynamics and abuse related issues. Knowledge of group therapy and treatment plan development utilizing different techniques including cognitive behavioral therapy approaches. • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Sound clinical judgment and critical thinking skills. Ability to conduct crisis intervention including motivational intervention and conflict resolution. Minimum Qualifications Education & Experience: • Bachelor’s Degree and/or equivalent work experience • AOD Licensure at the LCDCII or III, or LICDC, or Candidacy for AOD Counselor. License must be current and in good standing with Ohio Chemical Dependency Professional Board Preferred Qualifications: • Master Degree is preferred. • A LSW, LISW PCC or LPCC licensure and education preferred.
  • Adult Counselor: $30,000 - $35,000 a year, full-time. Preparing and facilitating groups lectures, individual and family counseling. Preparing and facilitating all comprehensive client assessments including, but not limited to, drug/alcohol, psycho-social, family and cultural. Developing and updating individualized treatment plans for each client according to standards and policy. Providing case management to all assigned clients including, but not limited to, making recommendations and referrals for services and acting as a liaison with outside referral agencies. Maintain accurate, complete and timely records and reports on each assigned client including, but not limited to progress notes, progress reports, and termination summaries. Supervising all client activities. Participating in meeting as required.
    Required Education: Bachelor's Degree. Experience: 2 years Counseling. Required License or Certification: LICDC-II or III
  • Case Manager: $23,000 - $28,000 a year, full-time. Acts as the primary patient advocate, keeps abreast of progress and coordinates all services delivered to the patient both internally and through external referral. Ensuring that patients receive all appropriate services. Coordinating and participating in treatment planning and reviews with entire treatment team. Consulting with each patient concerning attainment of treatment plan goals and objectives. Conducting needs assessment and preparing service plans. Providing individual and group counseling with respect to case management and life skills development of discharge plan in coordination with other treatment team members. Along with primary therapist, assure implementation of behavioral management strategies. Maintaining patients' chart in compliance with agency, state, local guidelines and regulations. Attending and participating in training activities, staff meetings, and supervisory session. Participate in performance improvement activities. Required Education: Associate's Degree. Experience: 2 years Case Management. Required License or Certification: CDCA or Higher
  • Adolescent Counselor: Full-time. Provide assessments, individual/ group counseling, family counseling, and early intervention groups for adolescents who seek services for substance use concerns and high risk behaviors. Preferably a master’s level clinician with one year of drug and alcohol counseling experience. In this role, the adolescent counselor works as a key service provider of addiction services and a pro-active, professional expert in substance abuse treatment, education and prevention activities. DUTIES Provide counseling and case management services for youth ages 12 to 21 Facilitate linkage between community and resources for youth Respond to community needs and requests; as a professional Education and Prevention provider Help develop and execute comprehensive plans to engage the community Serve as agency representative among community partners to strengthen relationships Build brand awareness for NORA adolescent Program. QUALIFICATIONS: Demonstrated ability to work well with colleagues and forge active community partnerships. Must be adept at public speaking and able to plan and lead workshops, seminars and presentations for both youth and adults. Must be able to serve as an agency representative at meetings with diverse community partners. Must have demonstrated ability to work independently and be self-motivated. Must have strong communications skills along with interpersonal skills to work effectively at all levels of the organization. Must be computer literate. Be able to provide counseling and case management services for youth ages 12 to 21. Required Education: Bachelor's Degree. Experience: 1 year Counseling: 
    Required License or Certification:  LSW, LPC, LI-CDC.
  • Behavioral Health Technician: Part-time. Shifts: 2nd Shift, 3rd Shift, and Weekends. Responsible for keeping order and security in the facility. Monitoring the sign in/sign out book. Monitoring all program activities and maintaining a record of them in the shift log book. Advocating for clients’ daily necessities (food, clothing, activities). Answering residents’ questions that do not demand a counselor’s immediate attention. Supervising clients as they complete daily chores. Facilitating recreational activities for residents. Monitoring use of telephone. Collecting urine samples and breath tests from residents as needed. Keeping monitor’s station neat and clean. Issuing toiletries and linens to residents. Ensuring after hours order and security at the facility. Documenting any unusual incidents that occur during a shift to the Director of Treatment. Enforcing all program rules and regulations. Driving clients to and from appointments (if applicable). Observing and documenting clients while they take medications. General Requirements: 2 years of Sobriety (actively working a program of recovery). Ability to maintain an orderly and constructive atmosphere of and ensure the equitable treatment of residents. Ability to work independently without supervision. Ability to be assertive and consistent in dealings with clients. Ability to cope effectively with crisis situations. Good verbal and interpersonal communication skills. Basic knowledge of crisis intervention.
    Educational Requirement: Education or experience equivalent to a High School Diploma. Amount of Travel: Minimal, mostly confined to the Ohio Area.
  • Peer Specialist (PS):  An active member of the NORA Peer Project Team and provides peer support services to clients with substance abuse and mental illnesses disorders in a contract capacity and must have a current Chemical Dependency Counselor (CDCA). Under supervision of Program Manager and Clinical Director, the Peer Specialist will function as a role model to peers; exhibiting competency in personal recovery and use of coping skills; serve as a consumer advocate, providing consumer information and peer support for clients in outpatient and inpatient settings. The PS performs a wide range of tasks to assist peers of all ages, from young adult to old age, in regaining independence within the community and mastery over their own recovery process. Recovery resources such as booklets, tapes, pamphlets and other written materials will be utilized by the Peer Specialist in the provision of services. Using a formal goal setting process, the PS will: • Assist clients in articulating personal goals for recovery through the use of one-to- one and group sessions. During these sessions the PS will support clients in identifying and creating goals and developing recovery plans with the skills, strengths, supports and resources to aid them in achieving those goals
    • Assist clients in working with their case manager or treatment team in determining the steps he/she needs to take in order to achieve these goals and self-directed recovery. • Assist clients in setting up and sustaining self-help (mutual support) groups, as well as means of locating and joining existing groups. • Utilize tools such as the Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) to assist clients in creating their own individual wellness and recovery plans.
    • Independently or with periodic assistance of higher graded treatment team members, utilize and teach problem solving techniques with individuals and groups; discussions will be utilized where clients will share common problems in daily living and methods they have employed to manage and cope with these problems. As one who has availed themselves to mental health services, the PS will share their own experiences and what skills, strengths, supports and resources they use. As much as possible, the PS will share their own recovery story and as the facilitator of these sessions, will demonstrate how they have directed their own recovery. • Use ongoing individual and group sessions to teach clients how to identify and combat negative self-talk and how to identify and overcome fears by providing a forum which allows group members and PS to share their experiences. By using identified literature, media, etc. clients will gain hope, learn to identify their strengths and combat negative self-talk. • Support clients’ vocational choices and assist them in choosing a job that matches their strengths, overcoming job-related anxiety by reviewing job applications, and providing interview tips. • Assist clients in building social skills in the community that will enhance job acquisition and tenure. Utilizing their recovery experience, the PS will:
    • Teach and role model the value of every individual’s recovery experience. • Assist the client in obtaining decent and affordable housing of his/her choice in the most integrated, independent , and least intrusive or restrictive environment by taking them out to view housing, either driving them or riding with them on public transportation. • The PS models effective coping techniques and self-help strategies. • Serve as a recovery agent by providing and advocating for any effective recovery based services that will aid the client in daily living. • Assist in obtaining services that suit that individual’s recovery needs by providing names of staff, community resources and groups that may be useful. Inform clients about community and natural supports and how to use these in the recovery process. Community resources may include but not limited to: social security office, Department of Family and Children services, local YMCA, Library, restaurants, clients’ service organizations, apartment complexes and other types of housing, etc. • Assist clients in developing empowerment skills and combating stigma through self-advocacy. This will be accomplished through regular meetings, individual or group sessions. Through the use of role playing/modeling techniques the PS provides opportunities for others to show/demonstrate how they have handled similar problems, how to present themselves in certain situations, or how to handle problems that may arise in interactions with others. • With assistance from the Program Coordinator/Team Leader, the Peer Specialist will work with the clients and other treatment team staff to develop a treatment/recovery plan based on each client’s identified goals. Treatment/Recovery Plans will be reviewed and signed by the Coordinator/Team Leader and other participating treatment team staff. The PS will document the following on the client’s treatment/recovery plan: a. identified person-centered strengths, needs, abilities, and recovery goals. b. interventions to assist the client with reaching their goals for recovery. c. progress made toward goals. The PS will maintain a working knowledge of current trends and developments in the mental health field by reading books, journals, and other relevant materials. The PS will continue to share recovery materials with others at continuing education seminars and other venues to be developed to support recovery-oriented services; and attend continuing education seminars and other in-service training when offered.
    Knowledge Required by the Position: a. Knowledge of the Recovery process and the ability to facilitate recovery using established standardized mental health processes. b. Knowledge and skill to teach and engage in basic problem solving strategies to support individual clients in self-directed recovery. c. Knowledge of the signs and symptoms of mental illness (i.e. auditory and visual hallucinations, aggressive talk and behavior, thoughts of self-harm or harm towards others, isolation) and the ability to assist the client to address symptoms using strategies such as positive self-talk. d. Knowledge and skill sufficient to use community resources necessary for independent living and ability to teach those skills to other individuals with severe mental illness. Community resources may include but are not limited to: social security office, Department of Family and Children services, local YMCA, Library, restaurants, clients’ service organizations, housing providers, etc. The PS may accompany clients to community resources to assist them in accessing these resources. e. Knowledge of how to establish and sustain self-help (mutual support) and educational groups by soliciting input from the mental health consumers on their strengths and interests. f. A valid driver’s license is required as some driving and/or transportation may be required to take clients to medical appointments, job sites, social activities and other community resources.

Magnolia Clubhouse

  • Mental Health Professional with Vocational Rehabilitation Experience: Seeking a high energy candidate with both adult mental health and vocational rehabilitation experience to join our holistic Clubhouse community. Job duties include engaging members in the operation of the Clubhouse, supporting members with employment and educational pursuits, community integration, advocacy, and social activities. Candidates must be able to effectively build therapeutic relationships with members and work collaboratively on these and other duties. Work hours sometimes includes evenings and weekends. Ideally, the candidate has experience with job development, job training and working with OOD (Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities) and other VR programs. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter who can appreciate and thrive in a flexible, people-focused workspace with a spirit of improvisation. Candidates must demonstrate an excellent ability to multitask and work in partnership with Clubhouse members and staff, possess strong leadership and computer skills, a driver’s license, and an excellent driving record. Preferred qualifications: Licensed Social Worker with experience in both Mental Health and Vocational Rehabilitation. Minimum: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related human service field. Applicants should submit a letter of interest and resume to Paula Feher, Human Resources, outlining their understanding of the Clubhouse model and how they believe their experience and skills will complement the overall Clubhouse community. Applications without a cover letter will not be read. Send cover letter and resume to recruitment@magnoliaclubhouse.org.  For additional information on Magnolia Clubhouse: visit www.magnoliaclubhouse.org


Salvation Army Harbor Light Complex:

  • ADAS Clinical Supervisor: This position functions as the supervisor of the IOP and Detox programs with overall responsibility for program development, service delivery and treatment outcomes. • Ensure that clinical staff complete progress notes in an appropriate and timely manner in order that billing may be successfully
    completed. • Ensure documentation support and data management functions are
    complete and submitted to the billing specialist.Oversee screening and intake process assuring substance abuse services are fully and appropriately utilized - 85% capacity in IOP
    and minimum 8 clients per day in Detox. • Conduct weekly supervision meetings with assigned staff. • Assure compliance with the certification standards established by
    OHMAS/CARF. • Collaborate with local service agencies to build an effective
    continuum of care for chemically dependent adults. • In service training of issues that become evident during QA/QI  process and staff supervision. • Apprise Manager of A.D.A.S. and/or Executive Director of pertinent information relative to program. • Other duties as requested by Manager of A.D.A.S. and/or Executive Director. Qualifications:  MA, MS, BA, BS or Associates Degree in Human Services preferred. High School graduate mandatory.•  Must possess a current state independent license in chemical
    dependency counseling or social work (LPC, LISW, LICDC). • Three or more years with a provider of relevant services, including one year of staff supervisory experience required. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.  Interested candidates can apply on line at: careers.salvationarmy.org/easternusa 

Hispanic UMADAOP



Part Time Residential Advocate:
 • Candidates must have flexibility in working hours and the willingness to work holidays and weekends as they coincide with regular shifts. • Possess an acceptance and respect for cultural diversity, sexual orientation, and religious backgrounds. • Candidates must be able to work independently, demonstrate good listening and emphatic skills, be able to multi-task and possess strong oral and written communication • Must be willing to learn concepts of working with addicted and mentally ill clients • Entry level position for individuals who have a strong desire to work with the addicted population • Must have good work ethics • Provide an array of services that support the recovery of people with serious mental and addiction problems • Should be able to develop and maintain a therapeutic relationship with clients serving as a role model for clients by demonstrating positive, proactive and respectful communications • Must be free of chemical use problems for at least two years immediately preceding their hiring and must sign statement attesting to that fact • Oversee the neatness of the unit and the proper use of the equipment and supplies and inform the proper person when supplies or repairs are indicated • Serve as a role model for other staff, patients and customers and demonstrate positive guest relations in representing Hispanic UMADAOP, Inc. • Coordinate and supervise patient recreational activities • Supervise and manage the behavior of the clients and provide appropriate behavioral interventions as necessary • Consistently deliver exceptional customer service to every customer/client • Enforce all program rules / guidelines at MPTS/Casa Alma/Casa Maria • Ensures adherence to program schedules  • Ensure that Alcohol/Drug free environment is maintained • Transport clients to 12 step meetings and provides supervision  • Provides support and reassurance to residents and ability to deal effectively with crisis • Answers telephone after business hours, logging messages as needed • Responsible for night security of residence  • Document and report to program staff any problems with residents • Provides back up for phones and general office task as needed • Comply with the HIPAA law confidentiality • Other duties as assigned  • Preferable bilingual English/Spanish
• Other duties as assigned.
Work Experience: • Prior experience working with Chemical Dependency clients 1 year  • Experience with documenting and writing reports • CDCA Minimum licensure required or ability to obtain within first 90 days of hire. Educational Background: • High School diploma or GED, Must have valid Ohio driver’s license and insurance, understanding of Chemical Dependency and 12 step program.
To apply, send resume and cover letter to: mcastro@hispanicumadaop.org or complete an application at 3305 West 25th Street, Cleveland, Ohio  44109.


   

 

Providence House

  • Foundation Relations Coordinator: Reporting to the External Relations Manager, the Foundation Relations Coordinator assists in execution of the fund development plan by securing funding from current and prospective foundations at the local, state, national and governmental levels and assist in the stewardship of foundation relationships. The ideal candidate for this role is a highly organized individual with excellent written and verbal communication, experience in research, data interpretation, and human services a plus. Competitive compensation and benefits package. Click here for the complete job description. If interested, please e-mail your cover letter and resume to Natalie A. Leek-Nelson, President and CEO at natalie@provhouse.org.

Joseph's Home: A Ministry of the Sisters of Charity Health System  
  • Direct Peer Recovery Supporter (PRS) - Two Positions: Responsibilities • Supporting residents and alumni in achieving personal independence as identified by individual, encourage hope, and model personal responsibility for recovery. • One-on-one peer coaching for health and wellness that is designed to help residents make progress on goals and address any relevant barriers to goals or plan objectives. • Teaching skills to effectively navigate the health care delivery system to effectively and efficiently utilize services • Provide group facilitation that focuses on education and peer support interventions that aim to help residents manage symptoms or unhealthy behaviors, and assists in eliminating barriers to recovery, employment, education, and housing. • Assisting with accessing and developing natural support systems in the community. • Transporting residents/alumni to medical appointments if there is a clearly defined need and/or helping the residents gain the requisite skills needed to navigate the community independently. • Providing reminder calls or prompts for groups and appointments. • Identify and communicate basic emotional or behavioral changes which require intervention or referral to clinical staff. • Report to RN any noticeable changes in physical condition. Core Competencies: • Demonstrates a working knowledge and ability to model recovery values including hope, education, self-advocacy, personal responsibility and support. • Demonstrates understanding of and utilizes basic communication skills (active listening, paraphrasing, reflecting feelings, giving and receiving feedback, etc.). Ability to work and communicate effectively with a multidisciplinary team, as well as engage with behavioral health adult residents and alumni. • Demonstrates professional demeanor and decorum when interacting with residents, staff and organizations outside of Joseph’s Home. • Demonstrates basic understanding of symptoms associated with mental illnesses, addictions and common physical problems. • Demonstrates in depth understanding and application of group facilitation, including setting up and maintaining different types of self-help, mutual support, educational, and problem-solving groups with a variety of clinical populations. Is able to develop at least one structured psycho-educational group focused on behavioral health recovery principles. • Models recovery-oriented living skills and self-help strategies for consumers, including ability to share recovery story appropriately to different populations as an effective advocacy tool. • Demonstrates a thorough understanding of internal and external stigma and is able to assist residents/alumni with complex psychosocial challenges in understanding and managing their struggles with stigma. • Demonstrates an ability to assist residents who experience a wide variety of psychosocial challenges with developing appropriate recovery plan goals, objectives and peer support interventions. • Demonstrates an understanding of appropriate boundaries and ethics associated with position. Identifies and discusses personal and peer/professional role boundaries within supervision, verbalizing understanding of basic employee ethics and potential role conflicts, with adherence with organizational policies. • Documents client activities/information in a progress note and documents in a timely manner, including individual and group notes which demonstrate an in depth understanding of the processes used and offer insights appropriate for an experienced Peer Specialist • Proficient computer skills to use database systems, Microsoft Word, Excel, internet and email. • Organizational and time management skills to manage and complete multiple tasks simultaneously. Able to adhere to and keep a schedule of appointments with residents, alumni, the treatment team and outside/partner organizations. Qualifications/Educational Experience: • High School graduate or equivalent is required, and a college diploma in a related field is preferred. • A Peer Recovery Supported should be well-established in their own recovery. • Must be certified through the State of Ohio as a Peer Recovery Supporter within a year of being employed at Joseph’s Home if not already certified upon hire.
    • Maintain continuing education requirements and seek out additional learning opportunities as needed to enhance skills. • A minimum of 2 years’ experience as either a Peer Recovery Supporter or in a role commensurate with a Peer Support is preferred. • Must maintain a valid driver’s license.
    E-mail cover letter and resume to Christine.horne@josephshome.com 
     


May Dugan Center 

  • Addiction Counselor: Direct provider of professional addiction services as authorized by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (MHAS) including diagnosing, assessment and the provision of addiction counseling within the scope of their licensure. Core Competencies: • Ability to establish rapport, develop trust and build a collaborative working alliance. • Familiar and competent in the use of different addiction counseling methods and treatment to support them in their recovery.• Adheres to the code of counselor and social work ethics. • Skillful in taking a psychosocial history, assessment/diagnosis and developing an Individual Service Plan to address treatment and access the appropriate level of care. • Skillful in assessing suicidal/homicidal risk and responding with an appropriate plan. • Provide clinical consultation to referral resources, team members and family (if applicable) to help support clients in their recovery. • Ability to identify signs of relapse and develop a plan of management with the appropriate participants. • Ability to work effectively and to benefit from the diversity of clients and co-workers. • Good communication skills both verbal and written. • Maintain working knowledge of other drug and alcohol treatment agencies and programs and a list of resources that can be shared with clients. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: • Provides direct addiction services, diagnostic assessment; individual and group counseling for a broad range of drug and alcohol addictions. • Maintain professional records and client histories ,conforming to MHAS and CARF form and standards • Assists in the development of new addiction initiatives, programs and grants • Professional consultation to agencies, schools and other entities regarding client issues, programs and education • Acquainted with and subject to the rules and regulations of the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board (OCDP) • Other job related duties as required including home visits when appropriate.
    Qualifications: LCDC Ill or LICDC license from the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board (OCDP). • One to two years experience in addiction counseling. • Bachelor degree minimum or Master's degree in counseling or social work.

    If interested, please forward cover letter and resume to rkemm@maydugancenter.org.

Moore Counseling & Mediation Services, Inc.  

  • Counselor - Euclid/Elyria/Cleveland: Conducts assessments, individual and group therapy. Performs administrative functions applicable to the position, works under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisor. Click here for complete job description and to apply.
  • Case Management Supervisor: Provide leadership and support for case managers providing services for clients. This includes a variety of activities, ranging from providing direct care to the clients, education and evaluation for the case managers reporting to lead, to functioning as the liaison between the client and the providers. Click here for complete job description and to apply.  
  • Clinical Supervisor: This position is responsible for the coordination, management, and delivery of all services to clients and general coordination of case managers, counselors, and all day to day activities of office to ensure that activities are in line with organizational goals. 
    Click here for complete job description and to apply.

You may also send resumes and salary requirements to dkyle@moorecounseling.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
  • Justice System Advocate: Full-time experienced advocate to work with adult and child victims of child abuse. This advocate will be working with families involved with the Child Advocacy Center. Candidates must have experience in navigating the court system. Applicants must have an understanding of children who have experienced trauma due to child abuse; excellent communication skills; and experience working on a multidisciplinary team. In addition to providing advocacy to DVCAC clients, the justice system advocate will assist with program evaluation, maintain program/case records, attend program and agency wide staff meetings, and participate in a multidisciplinary team through the child advocacy center when needed. Qualified applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree. Position is daytime and evening hours during weekdays. Please send resume and cover letter with salary requirements to careers@dvcac.org by Friday, December 29, 2017.
  • Therapist:  Full-time experienced therapist is needed to provide individual and group treatment to adult and child victims of child abuse. This therapist will be working largely with clientele involved with the Child Advocacy Center. Candidates must have experience in providing individual and group therapy to children who have experienced trauma due to child abuse; knowledge and use of various treatment and education methodologies; ability to write required reports; excellent communication skills; advanced interviewing skills; and experience working on a multidisciplinary team. In addition to providing direct therapy to DVCAC clients, the therapist will assist with program evaluation, maintain program/case records, attend clinical and agency wide staff meetings, and participate in a multidisciplinary team through the child advocacy center when needed. Qualified applicants must have a Master’s degree in social work or counseling and an LSW, LISW, LPC or LPCC. Position is daytime and evening hours during weekdays. Please send resume and cover letter with salary requirements to careers@dvcac.org by Friday, December 17, 2017.
  • Shelter Clinical Supervisor: Experienced clinician who will be responsible overseeing the daily clinical services for the county’s only domestic violence shelter. Responsibilities include direct oversight and clinical supervision of staff, interns and volunteers, leading team meetings and staffing, facilitating groups as needed, and overseeing quality assurance. Candidates must have experience working in a residential setting, advocating for victims of violence, and a strong clinical base. Master’s degree and independent licensure required (LISW-S or LPCC-S). Successful candidates must demonstrate excellent communication, leadership and writing skills. Please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to careers@dvcac.org.
  • Visitation Center Monitor: Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center is seeking part time Monitors for our Safe and Sound Supervised Visitation Center. Must be willing to work days, evenings and weekend shifts. Duties include, but not limited to, monitor visits between parents and children, monitor exchanges of children between parents, model and teach appropriate parent-child behavior. High School diploma and two years working with youth and families required. Qualified applicants must have a working knowledge of domestic violence and child abuse issues. Associates or Bachelor's degree preferred. Bilingual in Spanish & English a plus. Must be available Thursdays and Fridays starting at 3:30 pm, 4:30 pm or 5:30 pm until 8 pm and EVERY SUNDAY from 10:30 am - 5 pm. Some Saturdays from 9:30 am - 6 pm may be required. We are closed major holidays . E-mail resume and cover letter with salary requirements to careers@dvcac.org.


Community Assessment & Treatment Services (CATS):  

Click here to view the various open positions at Community Assessment & Treatment Services, learn about benefits and how to apply.


  Life Exchange Center:  

 
  • 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

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.


Achievement Centers for Children:

 

  • Clinical Social Worker (LISW) Mental Health to provide behavioral health services to children and young adults with special needs and their families. Join our Behavioral Health Team and enhance your skills by taking advantage of our multi-disciplinary team approach!
    Requirements and Qualifications:  Master’s degree in social work and LISW designation • A minimum of 2 years of clinical assessment and counseling experience with children and parents • Experience working with special needs populations • Proven ability to work with diverse populations • Strong interpersonal skills
    • Bilingual abilities a plus. Responsibilities: • Provide clinical mental health interventions, including Behavioral Health Assessments, develop Individualized Service Plans, and provide individual and parent/child counseling based on identified needs • Consult and collaborate with other service providers to support progress toward identified goals • Complete documentation in a thorough and timely manner.
  • Licensed Social Worker - Early Childhood Mental Health: 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. Requirements and Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, LSW license and related clinical experience • Masters degree in Social Work and LISW license preferred  • DC: 0-3- R training a plus, along with the ability to identify social-emotional and developmental challenges in infants and toddlers • Knowledge of early childhood development and family dynamics • Experience with home/community visiting • Capable of adapting and reacting quickly and effectively • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to maintain a positive attitude while supporting clients and addressing concerns • Cultural competency to develop a working partnership with a diverse clientele • Bilingual abilities a plus. Responsibilities:
    • Provide home and community-based behavioral health services for infants and children up to age 6 and their families • Complete comprehensive behavioral assessments • Build partnerships with parents, young children and an interdisciplinary team to address relationship and behavioral challenges at early ages • Advocate with and on behalf of clients and their families • Contribute to a foundation for life-long social and emotional well-being for young children • Ensure compliance with all regulations and clinical guidelines. 

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

 

  • Case Manager: CPST - License: LSW, LPC, LISW, or LPCC: Do you enjoy helping people in need? Are you a self-motivated person that wants a truly rewarding work experience? Do you enjoy having weekends off? Do you have a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Social Work or Counseling and current LSW/LPC or LISW/LPCC license? If you answered “yes” to these questions, The Centers for Families and Children are interested in talking with you!  Under the direction of the Supervisor of Behavioral Health Services, the case manager is responsible for community and office-based counseling and case management services to adults, children, and adolescents. Assures that opportunities are provided for meeting the psychosocial needs of mentally or emotionally disabled persons. Manages a caseload, encompassing a broad cross-section of problems, using case management, group work skills, and counseling with individuals and families. Assumes a leadership role on the treatment team and coordinates provision of necessary services by all service providers. Maintains the core primary relationship with disabled clients while they are served in a number of service environments. *Salary is based on degree and licensure.  Job Duties & Responsibilities: Counseling: • Provides direct services to individuals, group and families who manifest a wide spectrum of presenting problems.
    • Performs client assessments for mental health and substance abuse problems.
    • Establishes a good working rapport; obtains information from clients and supplementary sources to formulate a diagnostic assessment. Provides treatment using varied modalities and interventions.
    • May be responsible for intake, when and as directed, which includes obtaining necessary pertinent information; making appropriate referrals to other resources, and determining need for continued service in the agency.
    • Assignments require dealing with complex client problems and situations.
    • Performs basic administrative tasks related to the job, which includes the timely completion of clinical records, forms and reports.
    • May provide on call duties on a rotational basis. 
  • CPST/Case Management: • Provides a variety of service functions, including diagnostic assessment, psychosocial assessment, planning, monitoring, advocacy, and linkage.
    • Fulfills job duties as outlined by the Cuyahoga County Alcohol Drug Addiction Mental Health Services Board, Ohio Department of Mental Health, and Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services.
    • Assists in the establishment of community support networks for the mentally disabled.
    • Identifies gaps and advocates for change in services available to clients.
    • Assumes a leadership role in developing treatment plans and assisting other team members with their implementation.
    • Performs liaison activities to community inpatient facilities for purposes of screening, assessing, planning, linking, advocating, and monitoring.
    Job Qualifications: • Must have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in Social Work or Counseling (current LSW/LPC or LISW/LPCC license in the state of Ohio preferred)
    • Must have a valid driver’s license in the State of Ohio with access to an insured vehicle for client transportation.
    • Must be able to form good diagnostic and treatment relationships; to engage clients in the mutual assessment of problems and in goal setting; and to implement treatment plans from initial contact through termination.
    • Must have working knowledge of the stages of growth and development and family dynamics.
    • Must understand and accept a systems approach to service delivery, and agency and program philosophy and goals.
    • Must have an awareness of and sensitivity to the cultural diversity of the populations served.
    • Must have the ability to learn agency behavioral health software.
    Click here for complete job description and how to apply.
  • 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

  • Residential Assistant- Matt Talbot For WOMEN: Part-time and Full-time
    Program Statement: Provides alcohol and other drug addiction treatment for adult women who reside in Cuyahoga County and who have received an assessment; alcohol and/or other drug dependent; may have co-occurring mental health issues. Has the capacity to accept women with young children.
    Job Summary:  Under direction, the Residential Assistant will ensure that the activities of this position and relevant programs are consistent with the mission, vision and values of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Cleveland. The rewarding position is responsible for the supervision of clients that are seeking alcohol/drug dependent treatment; by ensuring they are compliant with their treatment goals, and supporting them through the process. The Residential Assistant may also provide transportation to outside meetings and doctor appointments.
    Qualifications: • Combination of experience and education normally represented by a High School Diploma or equivalent with one year's experience in chemical dependency treatment program. • Must be at least 21 years of age at the time of hire. • Must have a valid Ohio Driver’s License, provide copy of driver’s license, and are subject to a Moving Vehicle Report (MVR) check through the Department of Motor Vehicles annually. Any MVR grade of “unacceptable” is not permitted to operate a personal/company vehicle on behalf of Catholic Charities. • Must be able to form good working and therapeutic relationships. • Must have good oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills. • Must have good computer skills and knowledgeable in Microsoft Office. • Experience working with a team of professional staff desirable. • Final applicant is required to be fingerprinted to complete background check. Click here to apply: http://bit.ly/2hymwPS
    Full-time Third Shift Available Immediately: http://bit.ly/2yNEy7I .

 

  • Residential Assistant- Matt Talbot for MEN- Part-time and Full-time. Program Statement: At Matt Talbot, we provide residential treatment for adult men who are diagnosed with substance use disorders or are dually diagnosed with mental illness and substance use disorders. Job Summary: Under direction, the Residential Assistant will ensure that the activities of this position and relevant programs are consistent with the mission, vision and values of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Cleveland. The Resident Assistant (RA) will monitor the daily activities and whereabouts of clients and maintain a physically safe environment that promotes recovery. This position will assist with self-administered medications, and complete medication logs accurately. The RA will maintain professional and respectful boundaries during interactions with clients and co-workers, and will use healthy crisis intervention and problem solving skills at all times. The RA will also perform other duties as assigned or directed.
    Qualifications: • Combination of experience and education normally represented by a High School Diploma or equivalent with one year's experience in chemical dependency treatment program. • Must be at least 21 years of age at the time of hire. • Must have a valid Ohio Driver’s License, provide copy of driver’s license, and are subject to a Moving Vehicle Report (MVR) check through the Department of Motor Vehicles annually. Any MVR grade of “unacceptable” is not permitted to operate a personal/company vehicle on behalf of Catholic Charities. • Must be able to form good working and therapeutic relationships.
    • Must have good oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills. • Must have good computer skills and knowledgeable in Microsoft Office. • Experience working with a team of professional staff desirable. • Final applicant is required to be fingerprinted to complete background check.  Click here to apply: http://bit.ly/2yMPgeB
 
  • Driver- St. Martin de Porres Family Center- Part-time and Full-time
    Program Statement:
    St. Martin de Porres Family Center provides an array of services for early childhood, older adults, after-school programming, food pantry, home-delivered meals, and emergency assistance. St. Martin de Porres is located in the heart of the Glenville community and takes pride in meeting the needs of the residence we serve through service coordination and empowering them to be self-sufficient.
    Job Summary:  The Driver will ensure that the activities of this position and relevant programs are consistent with the mission, vision and values of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Cleveland. The Driver will operate and maintain van equipment. The primary responsibility of the Driver will be to pick up school age children for the After School Program.
    Qualifications: • Combination of education and experience normally represented by a High School diploma or equivalent with a minimum of two years of licensed driving experience.
    • Must be at least 21 years of age at the time of hire. • Must have a valid Ohio Driver’s License, provide a copy of driver’s license, and are subject to a Moving Vehicle Report (MVR) check through the Department of Motor Vehicles annually. Any MVR grade of “unacceptable” is not permitted to operate a company or personal vehicle on behalf of Catholic Charities. • Must have a documented signed statement from a licensed physician stating there are no medical or physical conditions that could interfere with safe driving, passenger assistance, emergency treatment activity and jeopardize the health and welfare of a client or the general public. • Must pass an alcohol and drug test conducted by an institution approved by the Ohio Medical Transportation Board. • Must have good oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills. Must be able to document services delivered.
    • Current certification in First Aid and CPR or attained within six (6) months from date of hire. • Must have a certificate of completion of a Defensive Driving course attained within six (6) months from date of hire, with a 4 hour refresher course every three (3) years thereafter.• If transporting older and/or disabled adults, must have a certificate of completion of a DRIVE – Transporting Older and Disabled Adults course attained within six (6) months from date of hire, and complete a DRIVE – Refresher course every three (3) years thereafter.
    • Must complete blood borne pathogens and wheelchair securement trainings within six (6) months from date of hire. • Ability to maintain confidentiality. • Ability to show patience and courtesy when working with people. • Final applicant is required to be fingerprinted to complete background check.
    Click here to apply: http://bit.ly/2iohaaN

  • Therapist- Community/School Based - Cuyahoga County- Full-time
    Program Statement:
    Community Based Family Services provides home-based mental health assessment, counseling and Community Supportive Psychiatric Treatment (CPST) to children and their families to keep families intact and in order to prevent the child from being placed outside the home. Services are provided several times a week.
    Job Summary:  This is a highly rewarding opportunity to address emotional and behavioral needs of individuals and families in our county. Services are flexibly provided in the office, home or community, whichever is the most appropriate setting for the needs of the individual or family. The successful candidate will possess strong clinical skills, and excellent organizational and communication skills. Either certification in substance abuse treatment or a desire to become certified would be preferred. Experience and or knowledge of trauma informed care and motivational interviewing is preferred. Responsibilities will include clinical assessments, treatment planning, individual and/or group therapy, some CPST and minor case management functions. Consultation and Prevention services are offered to our school based clients.
    Qualifications:  • Combination of education and experience normally represented by a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology or related fields with 1-35 years of related experience. • Must have LSW/LPC. • Current certification in First Aid and CPR or attained through training during orientation, as needed.• Must have knowledge and utilization of community resources depending on clients served. • Must be able to form good working and therapeutic relationships. • Must be able to navigate stairs, depending on location site.
    • Must have competent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills. • Must be able to effectively and productively work with people of very diverse economic, cultural and administrative backgrounds. • Must be knowledgeable and responsive to cultural diversity issues presented in the coordination of services. • Must have competent organizational skills, strong detail orientation and the ability to maintain confidentiality.• Must be able to work independently from general instructions. • Must have good working knowledge of computers and Microsoft Office software. • If providing transportation services, must have a valid Ohio Driver’s License, provide copy of driver’s license and are subject to a Moving Vehicle Report (MVR) check through the Department of Motor Vehicles annually. Any MVR grade of “unacceptable” is not permitted to operate a vehicle on behalf of Catholic Charities.
    • If transporting clients, must provide proof of auto insurance including effective dates of coverage and maintain minimum liability insurance coverage of $100,000 per individual and $300,000 per occurrence for driving personal vehicle. • Final applicant is required to be fingerprinted to complete background check. Click here to apply: https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1644476   
  • 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.

 

  • 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.

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. 

  • Development Director Works to grow Cleveland Rape Crisis Center’s annual revenues and base of supporters. As a member of the Leadership Team, this key position oversees and performs activities related to major gifts, annual fund, corporate giving and special events. This is a full-time position. Occasional evening and weekend work hours will be required. This position offers a flexible schedule for the purposes of meeting responsibilities; being healthy and human. View the complete Development Director job description. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required. Professional experience typically evidenced by 5+ years of working in the field of fund development. Professional must have demonstrated written communication abilities as well as honed critical thinking and relationship-building skills. The ideal candidate will be a highly organized, goal oriented, self-starter, who likes to work with autonomy. Candidates with previous leadership and development generalist experiences are highly desired. Candidates lacking a sense of humor will not be considered.
  • Crisis Intervention SpecialistFull Time (days, nights and weekends available): 
    Rreports to the Manager of 24-Hour Services and is responsible for providing 24-Hour Support Services, including in-person support to survivors and their families during forensic medical exams in hospitals, and during police reports; hotline 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 Crisis Intervention Specialist works closely 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. This is a full-time (40-hours a week) position for day shifts, nights and weekends.
    Qualifications: Background in social work, psychology, sociology or related field, with a minimum of two years professionally supervised work in the delivery of mental health, chemical dependency, social services and/or criminal justice experience. LSW a plus. 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 to travel throughout Cuyahoga and Lake Counties.
  • Crisis Intervention Specialist Part Time (days and weekends): 
    Reports to the Manager of 24-Hour Services and is responsible for providing 24-Hour Support Services, including in-person support to survivors and their families during forensic medical exams in hospitals, and during police reports; hotline 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 Crisis Intervention Specialist works closely 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. This is a part-time (20-hours a week) position for day shifts and weekends.
    Qualifications: Background in social work, psychology, sociology or related field, with a minimum of two years professionally supervised work in the delivery of mental health, chemical dependency, social services and/or criminal justice experience. LSW a plus. 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 to travel throughout Cuyahoga and Lake Counties.
  • Crisis Intervention Specialist – Part Time (evenings/overnight/weekends):
    Reports to the Manager of 24-Hour Services and is responsible for providing 24-Hour Support Services, including in-person support to survivors and their families during forensic medical exams in hospitals, and during police reports; hotline 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 Crisis Intervention Specialist works closely 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. This is a part-time (20-hours a week) position for evenings, overnight and weekends.
    Qualifications: Background in social work, psychology, sociology or related field, with a minimum of two years professionally supervised work in the delivery of mental health, chemical dependency, social services and/or criminal justice experience. LSW a plus. 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 to travel throughout Cuyahoga and Lake Counties.

Cleveland Christian Home

  • 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.
  • Early Childhood Mental Health Therapist: provide intensive, in-home and child-centered counseling services to young children and their families. Great Opportunity for caring professional! The qualified licensed clinician will provide behavioral health counseling, assessments, as well as therapeutic services for 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: Minimum Master's Degree in Social Work or Counseling, and LSW or LPC required. Prior experience with early childhood mental health services in the home/community to children and families with complex needs is preferred. Candidates must be able to travel to families.
  • 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.
  • Accountant II - Grants: Provide post-award grant accounting operations for a diverse portfolio of federal, state and municipal grants and/or contracts of the organization in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and the 2 CFR Part 200 Uniform Guidance. The Accountant II – Grants will report to the Accounting Manager. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 1. Prepare monthly bills and financial reports, ensuring timeliness, accuracy, and compliance with agreement terms. 2. Interpret provisions in grant/contract documents relating to payment terms, billing, limitations on cost, and requirements for budget modifications and extensions. 3. Determine the correct allocation of expenses to funding sources, maintain documentation of decisions and grant policies, and prepare allocation input. 4. Perform monthly and annual reconciliations of revenue, cash receipts, and other project activity against the general ledger and project ledgers. 5. Work closely with program staff to monitor spending, compliance, and the need for budget modifications and/or extensions. 6. Interact with project teams, senior management, and funding agencies to resolve financial and billing issues. 7. Prepare materials and participate in meetings to effectively manage financial issues periodically throughout the term of the grants. 8. Provide input for grant budgets and budget modifications for submission to funders. 9. Oversees timely and accurate general ledger accounting in accordance with GAAP and EDEN’s policies, including: a. Monthly internal financial statement procedures  b. EDEN’s Cost Allocation Policy c. Grantor financial reporting procedures 10. Coordinate the sharing of financial information to grantor agencies during on-site or desk audits of grants and assists the Controller in the preparation of audit work papers requested during the Organizations external annual audit. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or related field; and five years of accounting experience in public accounting or industry. Good benefits offered.
    Contact Linda Erb, Manager of Human Resources: lerb@edeninc.org, or 216-634-0176.
  • Housing Quality Standards (HQS) Inspector: Inspects units subsidized by state and federal programs to ensure that they meet the minimum criteria established by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) – as well as any local standards that EDEN is charged with enforcing – necessary for the health and safety of occupants of housing assisted through rental subsidies while keeping in compliance with scheduled HQS funding guidelines and timeframes.  • Conducts initial and annual inspections of housing units and common areas for subsidy programs (i.e., Shelter Plus Care, Supportive Housing Program, H-TBRA, Sec. 8 Mainstream, RHO, and H4G) to assure that tenants and owners are maintaining the unit to minimum standards and informs landlords, participants, and agencies of results. • Examines records and communicates with tenants and landlords to establish facts or detect discrepancies and assigns responsibilities to the appropriate party related to HQS violations. • Performs complaint inspections as assigned, determines responsibility, advises parties of the inspection results, and ensures compliance with HQS. High school diploma or equivalent is required. Experience with building maintenance or basic housing construction is preferred. Please contact Linda Erb, Manager of Human Resources: lerb@edeninc.org or 216-961-9690 for more information.
  • 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.

Cleveland Treatment Center

The Cleveland Treatment Center (CTC), a nonprofit community outpatient treatment facility is seeking qualified chemical dependency counselors.  CTC offers competitive salary and benefits package. Equal opportunity employer. 
  • LISA Counselor: The position requires a Bachelor's or Master's Degree and at a minimum licensure of LICDC 1 with a minimum of one-year experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. 
  • Counselor: The position requires a Bachelor's or Master's Degree and at a minimum licensure of LICDC 1 with a minimum of one-year experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. Equal opportunity employer.

Send resume with salary history and experience - and indicate which position counselor position you are interested - to:

Attention: Human Resources
Cleveland Treatment Center
1127 Carnegie Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
or fax to (216) 861-1156


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