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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 Beth Zietlow-DeJesus, Director of External Affairs,
dejesus@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  • Contact information of person posting the job (internal use only - will not be published on website).

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center is dedicated to building a culturally diverse and pluralistic staff committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Trauma Therapist Position Summary:
The Trauma Therapist 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 has a productivity requirement of 30% and is expected to independently manage a case load to ensure that all clients receive timely services. The Trauma Therapist has experience with co-occurring disorders such as addictions and severe mental illness.

View full job description here.

Client Services Specialist (Part-time) Ashtabula Position Summary:
This position is responsible for providing outstanding trauma informed client/customer service to all clients calling and coming to CRCC, and will be the primary contact for all administrative needs relating to CRCC’s client serving department in the Ashtabula Office. This position provides reception coverage and lends administrative support to the agency at large. This position further performs work of a specialized, confidential nature on matters that impact clients, counselors and contract compliance. Excellent organizational, administrative and communication skills and attention to detail are a must.

View full job description here.


Client Services Specialist - Eastside Position Summary:
This position is responsible for providing outstanding trauma informed client/customer service to all clients calling and coming to CRCC. This position provides reception coverage and lends administrative support to the Program Teams, including the Chief Program Officer, and the agency at large. In that capacity, the CSS project manages a variety of client experience improvement initiatives. This position further performs work of a specialized, confidential nature on matters that impact clients, counselors and contract compliance. Excellent organizational, administrative and communication skills and attention to detail are a must.

View full job description here.

Outreach Coordinator Position Summary:
The Outreach Coordinator’s primary responsibility is to drive clients to CRCC services.
This is accomplished by developing and managing ongoing relationships with community partners to build trust, knowledge and quality referral systems that connect clients to CRCC services. The Outreach Coordinator is responsible for the coordination and implementation of on-the-ground outreach tactics in the Cuyahoga County area. This includes tracking data to ensure success metrics are met. The Outreach Coordinator provides education and outreach services to individuals, groups and organizations across Cuyahoga County, to increase knowledge of CRCC services, awareness and utilization of CRCC services and the prevalence/impact of rape and sexual abuse. Through successful delivery of a variety of outreach services, the Outreach Coordinator helps to establish CRCC as the premier provider for survivors of rape and sexual abuse across our four county service area.

View full job description here.


To apply for any of these positions, complete the online job application form or mail your resume and cover letter to (Specify Position), Cleveland Rape Crisis Center, The Halle Building, 1228 Euclid Ave., Suite 200, Cleveland, OH 44115. No phone calls, please.

Job postings close on June 7, 2019.


Camp Wise, the Mandel Jewish Community Center’s Overnight Camp, Needs A Social Worker (Summer position only).

Camp Wise is located in Chardon, OH. Every summer, the camp serves 600+ campers and hires 160 staff to support campers in their 2-week, 3-week, or 4-week long residential camping experience with us. Camp Wise is actively searching for a summer social worker (licensed) to work at the camp this summer.

Social Worker at Camp Wise (summer position only)

Position Summary: The camp Social Worker, in tandem with the Director, Assistant Director, and summer leadership team, is responsible for ensuring the positive resolution for any and all camper and staff issues that may arise during the camp season. The Social Worker is expected to provide campers and staff with meaningful and critical guidance to make healthy, responsible, and respectful choices. The Social Worker plays a key role in training staff on topics including but not limited to: fostering positive social interactions, managing challenging camper behaviors and interpersonal disputes, identifying and supporting campers with special needs, homesickness and self-care. The Social Worker embodies Camp Wise’s core values in their interactions and decisions regarding camper care and is a positive, contributing member of the summer leadership team. The Social Worker is expected to create strong relationships with campers and staff alike and exhibit excellent written and verbal communication skills.

This position requires a person with a variety of skills and the ability to transition from one situation to another quickly and intuitively while also showing compassion and empathy for campers and staff. This position does not have programmatic responsibilities but will be involved in and responsible for facilitating pre-camp training sessions and ongoing staff development throughout the summer.

View the full job description here.

For more information about Camp Wise visit www.campwise.org. Interested candidates please contact Abby at akaufman@mandeljcc.org or (216)-593-6293. To apply online go to https://campwise.campintouch.com/ui/forms/application/staff/App.







Providence House is hiring a Childcare Provider

Position Summary
Working in our crisis and pediatric crisis nurseries, Childcare Providers are assigned up to 5 children, 0-12 years of age, each shift. Each Childcare Provider is primarily responsible for all aspects of the children's care, including providing developmentally-appropriate educational enrichment activities and bathing/toileting/hygiene needs. Care is provided in a trauma-informed way and there is a focus on positive behavior management. Each shift also works as a team to complete additional household duties as assigned.

Link for more info and to apply: https://www.provhouse.org/jobs/childcare-provider

Closing date: June 30, 2019


East Cleveland Neighborhood Center

East Cleveland Neighborhood Center (ECNC)
provides programs and services that develop and promote age-appropriate youth skills with focus on social, emotional and behavioral health. ECNC works to strengthen and empower families and communities by enhancing and maximizing capabilities and access to resources. ECNC ensures that program goals are sustainable and reflective of best practices that lead to positive outcomes. ECNC is looking for an Executive Director to fulfil its mission and purpose.

The Executive Director works in partnership with the Board of Directors and staff to provide leadership, vision and direction for the organization and to develop organizational strategy. The Director implements policies approved by the Board, manages the organization's programs and operations, and represents the organization in the community.

Click this link to review the entire Executive Director job description.

Please send cover letter and resume via email to: Maxine Landers, Executive Director, mlanders@ec-nc.org


Magnolia Clubhouse

Director of Development and Communications (Full Job Description)
Magnolia Clubhouse seeks an innovative candidate with development and communications experience to join our holistic Clubhouse community. Magnolia Clubhouse (est. 2004, formerly Hill House, est. 1961) is a unique and dynamic center of psychiatric rehabilitation for people who live with mental illness. Our mission is to ensure that people living with mental illness are respected co-workers, neighbors and friends.

The main responsibility for the position is fundraising. The Development and Communications Director organizes and provides staff leadership in all fundraising efforts and in strategic donor cultivation and stewardship, in order to achieve short and long-term fundraising goals. Fundraising efforts include an annual fund, major gifts, endowment and planned gifts, corporate gifts, special events and other fundraising campaigns. The Development and Communications Director provides key support and guidance in related fundraising areas including board development, marketing and public relations.
 

Apply for this position by emailing a cover letter, writing sample, salary requirements, and resume to angel@magnoliaclubhouse.org.  If you have any questions please call: 216-721-3030.


OhioGuidestone

Since 1864, we’ve been an integral part of the Berea community, proudly rooted in faith and a legacy of serving children and families. While our roots remain in Berea, we’ve grown to support children and families statewide. OhioGuidestone is always looking for passionate people to make a difference in our communities. You can impact lives and inspire change right in your own backyard. Apply today to work at the largest non-profit, mental health service provider in Ohio. We offer FREE CEU trainings, a great support system, education bonuses and incentives, and much more! Full time employees may be eligible for Public Student Loan Forgiveness at OhioGuidestone and are also offered PAID medical benefits for you and your family!

Peer Recovery Supporter
 The Peer Recovery Supporter provides sobriety support services and inspires hope of recovery from addiction or co-occurring disorders. Upon assignment, the PRS will meet with client each week, and based upon need of client; step down as appropriate with supervisor input. In addition, The PRS will educate clients on the addiction model and paths to recovery and help to expand client’s sober support network and connect clients to needed community resources in support of their recovery. This opportunity requires Peer Certification.

Click this link for the full job description and to apply.

Mental health Counselor/Therapist: OhioGuidestone's largest, and growing, Community Counseling program is seeking full- or part-time Licensed Mental Health Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage and Family Therapists. This position is flexible by nature meaning that you can create your best work/life balance by writing your own schedule! Cases are assigned based on zip code to limit your travel time. Some nights and weekends may be required as client needs arise.

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
  • ASSERTIVE COMMUNITY TREATMENT (ACT)
  • CHILDREN & ADOLESCENTS
  • FUNCTIONAL FAMILY THERAPY
  • JUVENILE JUSTICE
  • SCHOOL BASED SERVICES
Services are provided in the client home, in the school, and in the surrounding community treating mental health & behavioral health diagnoses. At OhioGuidestone, you'll receive the support you need through our training process and in your weekly supervision! This is a great opportunity to develop AND expand your skills in your field!

Click this link for the full job description and to apply.

                               Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court

    Job Title: Probation Officer 
    Department: Adult Probation 
    Reports To: Chief Probation Officer 
    Salary: $41,341.04


Summary:
This is a position in the classified civil service. Probation Officers are also members of a voluntary recognition bargaining unit, which includes union dues. The mission of the Adult Probation Department is to promote the administration of justice and community safety by reducing recidivism, encouraging positive change in the lives of offenders and fostering accountability through the effective use of evidence-based practices. This position is responsible for conducting investigations and/or supervision of defendants and ensuring that those granted supervision in the Court of Common Pleas comply with conditions of supervision as directed by the Judges of the Court, while maintaining the safety of the community. The selected candidate must successfully complete a six (6) month probationary period. In addition, new Probation Officers are required to successfully complete the state-mandated Probation Officer certification and training process within six (6) months of hire.

Click this link to read the full job description.

Applicants must submit a letter of interest and a resume by 4:30 pm on Friday, March 29, 2019 to:
Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court
Gregory Popovich - Court Administrator
1200 Ontario Street
Justice Center - 11th Floor
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
e-mail:
infosys@cuyahogacounty.us


TASC Assessment Specialist

This is an unclassified position that serves at the pleasure of the Court. The TASC Assessment Specialist provides clinical treatment interventions to substance-involved adults referred by the criminal justice system. A TASC Assessment Specialist may function within several therapeutic roles including:

Interviewing and assessing substance-involved and/or co-occurring disordered defendants in order to obtain information and utilize various assessment tools to assist defendants in achieving a successful probation supervision experience;
Developing individualized case management services that provide information, direction and resources in areas of need such as substance abuse treatment, food, shelter, clothing, and medical care as identified in the assessment report.
Conducting group-based therapeutic interventions in an Out-Patient or Intensive Outpatient format (i.e.) MATRIX, Trauma Recovery Empowerment Model (TREM), and other Evidence Based treatment Interventions.

Read more about this position and how to apply
here.


Murtis Taylor HSS


Murtis Taylor Human Services System is a county-wide United Way charitable organization that provides Behavioral Health, Addiction, Youth, Family, and Senior services.

Therapist: Direct provider of professional clinical services as authorized by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OMHAS) including diagnostic assessment, individual and/or group psychotherapy, and treatment of mental and emotional disorders under the direct supervision of an independently licensed clinician.

Chemical Dependency Counselor: This position is designed to provide substance abuse treatment to individuals dually diagnosed with mental illness as the primary diagnosis and a secondary diagnosis of substance related disorders. Under the supervision of a community support program clinical supervisor/director, devotes at least twenty (20) hours per week to group and individual counseling with clients of the CARES program.

Case Manager: This position is designed to provide community support and advocacy to persons diagnosed as mentally ill. Under the supervision of the clinical supervisor, devotes at least twenty (25) hours per week to community support services, working primarily in outreach to clients.

Submit applications to:
William Newsome
Director of Human Resources
(216) 283-4400, X2253
wnewsome@murtistaylor.org

 
Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging


The Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging (BRIA) is a premiere, not-for-profit research and direct service organization in Cleveland, Ohio.  Salary of this position is commensurate with experience. 

Mental Health Worker, Level III: Full-time. The Mental Health Case Manager is a member of the Behavioral Health Services Department responsible for providing in-home mental health services to a caseload of clients aged 55 and over, and diagnosed with a mental illness. This position directly reports to the Associate Director of Behavioral Health Services and the Clinical Supervisor, Behavioral Health Services. Required Education: Bachelor’s degree. Master’s degree preferred. Required License: LSW. Minimum 3 years’ experience in mental health. Must have a current and valid Ohio driver’s license and insurance. Must have excellent verbal, written and electronic communication skills. Demonstrated proficiency in use of computer programs (Microsoft Outlook and Office). Demonstrated proficiency in database management of electronic health record. Strong planning and organization skills. Attention to detail and accuracy are essential, as are abilities to prioritize work and consistently meet deadlines, and to work as a team player with all departments.

Background check and drug test required. BRIA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Send Cover letter and resume to
cdysart@benrose.org.

For additional information visit:
www.benrose.org.

FrontLine Service

Peer Support Specialist: Under general supervision of the Program Manager or Program Supervisor, the Peer Specialist will be a Certified Peer Specialist and this position is designated for a person who identifies as having a lived experience with mental health recovery and/or recovery from substance use, and is willing to use and share his or her personal, practical experience, knowledge, and first-hand insight to benefit the team and its clients. Under the supervisor of the Program Manager or Program Supervisor, the peer specialist engages in non-directive and supportive relationships that promote empowerment and self-learning; provides peer counseling and consultation to individual clients, families, and team members; acts as a liaison with community resources; carries out rehabilitation and support functions; and assists in substance abuse services, education, support and consultation to families, and crisis intervention under the clinical supervision of the Program Manager. Services are provided based on Recovery tenets and are aimed to promote self-determination and the overall health and well-being of persons served.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Engage in non-judgmental, compassionate, active listening to build one-on-one connections with persons served that support a person’s preferences and emphasize the tenets of recovery.
  • Provide coaching and consultation to clients to promote recovery and self-direction
  • Facilitate wellness management and recovery strategies (e.g., Wellness Recovery Action Plan, Illness Management and Recovery, or other deliberate wellness management and recovery strategies).
  • Participate in all team activities (e.g., treatment planning, chart notes). 
  • Actively commit to becoming an Agent of Change through presenting regular trainings and periodic in-service trainings for non-peer staff that promote the recovery perspective, emphasize the power of self-determination,
  • and educate others about the peer role.
  • Serve as a mentor to clients to promote hope and empowerment. 
  • Provide expertise and consultation from a mental health consumer perspective to the entire team concerning clients’ experiences on symptoms of mental illness, the effects and side effects of medications, clients’ responses to and opinion of treatment, and clients’ experiences of recovery.
  • Help clients identify, understand, and combat stigma and discrimination associated with mental illness and develop strategies to reduce self-stigma.
  • Increase awareness of and support client participation in client self-help programs and consumer advocacy organizations that promote recovery.
  • Facilitate and co-facilitate skill-building, mutually supportive groups that allow for natural connections among persons served, build capacity and knowledge, and emphasize the importance of quality of life activities and community membership.
  • Help other team members identify and understand culture-wide stigma and discrimination against people with
  • Encourage and support client through development of mental capacity for independence and healthy independent decision making related to, but not limited to, living situation, hygiene, personal care, household skills, medication administration, social skills, coping techniques, etc.
  • Observe and report behavior, attitude, mood swings, mental health and/or healthcare needs.
For more information and to apply, please contact:
Meredith Black or Elizabeth Shepard, FrontLine Service Human Resources Department
(216) 274-3310

Or complete and submit the attached job application:
https://www.frontlineservice.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Employment-Application-FrontLine-Service-2016-PDF.pdf


Joseph's Home Seeks 2 Part-time Peer Recovery Supporters

Mission/ Standards of Services

Demonstrates a commitment to the mission and goals of Joseph Home (JH), the Sisters of Charity Health System (SCHS) and it’s sponsored entities through the fulfillment of the service standards as an employee who is caring and compassionate, professional in performance, appearance, and behavior, a considerate and effective communicator, concerned and involved in the communities we serve, reverent and respectful of human life in her/his service to residents, families, visitors, physicians, volunteers, staff and fellow employees.

Direct Peer Recovery Supporter (PRS) 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.

More information about the position's required core competencies, qualifications, educational experience and how to apply can be found on the Sisters of Charity Health website.


Thrive Peer Support

The mission of Thrive Peer Support is improving people’s lives by pioneering and sustaining effective and supportive mental health and substance abuse services.
 

  • A Peer Recovery Coach is a trained individual who has lived experience with addiction to alcohol and/or drugs who provides one-to-one strengths-based support to peers in recovery, empowering them to make healthier choices on a day-to-day basis. The Thrive Peer Support Program connects Peer Recovery Coaches with individuals receiving other forms of behavioral health care. This program works to link peers with recovery support services.

Reporting to the Peer Recovery Coach Supervisor, the Peer Recovery Coach will be an accountability partner to promote recovery by engaging in a personal and positive supportive relationship, demonstrating and inspiring hope, trust, and a positive outlook and optimize client connection with a broad range of community based services and natural supports. The Peer Recovery Coach is a support team member that is working directly with peers in the community
and through other treatment supports.  

 Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  

  • Through identifying as a person in recovery and intentionally sharing their Recovery Story; using that as appropriate means to assist clients, providing hope and help in changing patterns and behaviors.
  • Helps peers understand recovery, as well as identify and achieve their own recovery needs, wants, and goals. 
  • Provides information and opportunities for individuals to direct their own recovery and advocacy processes - individualized recovery action plans will be utilized to assist and guide individuals toward their own personal goals.
  • Assist clients in finding resources for harm reduction, detoxification treatment, family support, and support groups.
  • Teaches and supports acquisition and utilization of skills needed to sustain recovery from substance abuse.
  • Responsible for maintaining accurate records, confidentiality and compiling timely reports.
  • Maintains records and provides assistance with appropriate documentation in files and computer database.
  • Provide recovery resources to individuals and their family members.
  • Advocate for the needs of each individual.
  • Caseload management including all necessary documentation.  

Education: High School Diploma or GED equivalent

Certificates and Licenses: Certified Ohio Peer Recovery Coach

Work Schedule: First & Second Shift, includes weekends

Salary: $16.00 hour

Send your resume to
recruiting@thrivepeersupport.com.


Ascent ED - Peer Recovery Coach (Ascent ED Program)    

The Ascent ED Program connects Peer Recovery Coaches with individuals inside Emergency Departments immediately following an overdose. This program refers survivors with recovery support services. 
 

Ascent ED - Peer Recovery Coach (Ascent ED Program)    
The Ascent ED Program connects Peer Recovery Coaches with individuals inside Emergency Departments immediately following an overdose. This program refers survivors with recovery support services. Job Title: Peer Recovery Coach (Ascent ED Program)


Reports To: Peer Recovery Coach Supervisor

FLSA Status: Hourly – Non-Exempt

  • Work Schedule: First, Second or Third shift, includes weekends
  • Salary: $16/Hour
Summary: A Peer Recovery Coach is a trained individual who has lived experience with addiction to alcohol and/or drugs who provides one-to-one strengths-based support to peers in recovery, empowering them to make healthier choices on a day-to-day basis.

Reporting to the Peer Recovery Coach Supervisor, the Peer Recovery Coach will be an accountability partner to promote recovery by engaging in a personal and positive supportive relationship, demonstrating and  inspiring hope, trust, and a positive outlook and optimize client connection with a broad range of community-based services and natural supports. The Peer Recovery Coach is a support team member that is working directly with peers within a an Emergency Room Department.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Identifies as a person in recovery and intentionally sharing their Recovery Story, using that as appropriate means to assist clients, providing hope and help in changing patterns and behaviors.
  • Helps peers understand recovery, as well as identify and achieve their own recovery needs, wants, and goals.
  • Provides information and opportunities for individuals to direct their own recovery and advocacy.
  • Processes individualized recovery action plans, which will be utilized to assist and guide individuals toward their own personal goals.
  • Assists clients in finding resources for harm reduction, detoxification treatment, family support, and support groups
  • Teaches and supports acquisition and utilization of skills needed to sustain recovery from substance abuse.
  • Maintains accurate records, confidentiality and compiling timely reports.
  • Maintains records and provides assistance with appropriate documentation in files and computer database.
  • Provides recovery resources to individuals and their family members.
  • Advocates for the needs of each individual.
  • Manages Caseload, including all necessary documentation.
  • Communicates with hospital staff to build a rapport and coordinate care.
Education: High School Diploma or GED equivalent
Certificates and Licenses: Certified Ohio Peer Recovery Coach

Send your resume to 
recruiting@ascent.org and join the team!


Community Behavioral Health Center (CBHC)
 
Community Behavioral Health Center (CBHC), a leading community mental health provider in northeast Ohio, is seeking an LISW-S to join our growing team. This is an exciting opportunity to help lead care in an outpatient setting as part of a multi-disciplinary treatment team.

Each available role is attached and is also listed on:
www.cbhcweb.com

LISW-S: COUNSELOR-SUPERVISOR
Highly competitive compensation, generous benefits and flexible (20-40) hours!  

Clinical Duties
• Provide direct services, mainly in a back-up or overflow capacity
• Identify clinical training needs and direct implementation
• Determine clinical outcome measurements and aspects of performance improvement
• Oversee weekly supervision for other counselors
• Coordinate and collaborate with the CEO to ensure the use of best practices throughout the organization

Supervisory Duties
• Provide leadership, feedback, and direction to counselors
• Provide coaching and performance feedback regarding aspects of job performance
• Help coordinate CBHC policies and procedures to conform to accreditation, certification, and licensing standards
• Coordinate compliance for clinical aspects of The Joint Commission (JCAHO) accreditation and Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OHMHAS) certification
• Prepare quarterly, and annual statistical reports with narrative summaries as required
• Assist with clinical recruiting and outreach

QUALIFICATIONS
• Master’s Degree and LISW-S licensure
• At least two years of behavioral health management experience
• Experience with JCAHO and ODMH standards and related compliance activities
• Familiarity with outcome measurement and performance improvement activities
• Good working knowledge of electronic health records systems
• Ability to work effectively in collaboration with staff and diverse client populations

TO APPLY
Send brief cover note and resume to: 
info@cbhcweb.com with HR – LISW-S in the Subject line

ACCOUNTING ASSOCIATE 
Community Behavioral Health Center (CBHC), a leading community mental health provider in northeast Ohio, is seeking a motivated Administrative Associate to join our Administrative team. This is an ideal position for a recent graduate to build expertise in a highly valued arena.

Great compensation, PTO and flexible hours!

Under the direction of the CEO and Finance Director, you will learn the fundamentals of a growing healthcare business. Responsibilities will include:
• Keeping accurate records in accordance with company standards
• Obtaining primary financial data for accounting records
• Checking the accuracy of business transactions
• Performing data entry and administrative duties
• Assisting the CEO and accountants with preparation of company tax returns
• Maintain office insurance and lease
• Process payables and receivables
• Prepare financial forecasts
• Performing other duties as needed

QUALIFICATIONS
• Bachelor’s degree
• Well organized, detail oriented with strong problem solving abilities
• Highly computer literate and ability to multi-task
• Knowledge of standard accounting procedures
• Ability to prioritize and multitask
• Previous experience in accounting, finance, or other related fields
• Deadline and detail-oriented
• Commitment to community based healthcare services

TO APPLY
Send brief cover note and resume to:
info@cbhcweb.com with Accounting Associate in the Subject line


MEDICAL BILLING SPECIALIST:
Community Behavioral Health Center (CBHC), a leading community mental health provider in northeast Ohio, is seeking a motivated Medical Billing Specialist to join our growing team. This is an ideal position for an ambitiously-minded individual with excellent technical capabilities and thorough attention to detail to take on the role of Medical Billing Specialist.

Great compensation, PTO and flexible hours!

CBHC is seeking a Medical Biller for a long-term, full-time position. Under the direction of the Finance Director, you will learn the fundamentals of a growing healthcare business. You will review CBHC’s client intake process, understand insurance coverage, medical billing and have responsibility for general administrative functions. Responsibilities will include:
• Preparing and processing healthcare claims to Managed Care Organizations (MCOs), Medicaid, Medicare, and commercial insurances
• Entering claims using CPT, ICD-10 codes and other medical terminology
• Processing insurance claims and following up on unpaid claims, including denial, exceptions and exclusions
• Assisting with payroll and payables
• Preparing monthly financial reporting
• Performing other duties as needed

QUALIFICATIONS
• Bachelor’s degree
• Maintain understanding of managed care authorizations and limitations on coverage
• Well organized, detail oriented with strong problem solving abilities
• Highly computer literate and ability to multi-task
• Excellent communication skills
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with key organizations as well as clients
• Some knowledge of medical coding and third party operating practices is a plus
• Commitment to community based healthcare services

TO APPLY
Send brief cover note and resume to:
info@cbhcweb.com with Medical Billing Specialist in the Subject line

Position: CASE MANAGER - BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
Location: Work with clients in the community

Community Behavioral Health Center (CBHC), a leading community mental health provider in northeast Ohio, is seeking several Community Psychiatric Support Treatment Specialists (CPSTS) to join our team. As a Specialist, we will train you to work with clients in an outpatient setting as part of a multi-disciplinary treatment team.

We have several positions available! Great Compensation and flexible hours!

The successful candidate will support clients with serious mental illness to successfully integrate within their community. The CPSTS will provide intensive case management services including facilitating linkages between CBHC, healthcare providers and other community services. The CPSTS is an integral member of client-centered treatment teams and monitors services provided by other staff in following clients’ progress towards their goal of well-being and independence. This is a wonderful opportunity to have a positive impact on these client populations.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Works with clients to assess strengths, abilities, needs, and preferences.
• Promotes recovery-based care by helping clients with practical information and life skills.
• Coordinates, makes referrals, or arranges for appropriate community resources as needed.
• Maintains communication with clients, family members and ancillary service providers to assure responsiveness to client needs.
• Advocates for clients to ensure equal access to services and equity of treatment.
• Maintains appropriate medical records and completes billing documentation in a timely manner.
• Strictly adheres to client’s rights, confidentiality and HIPAA compliance.

QUALIFICATIONS
• Bachelor's degree
• Able to drive personal automobile with a valid Ohio driver’s license, insured vehicle and safe driving record
• Sensitivity to diverse populations
• Knowledge of benefits and entitlements such as SSI/SSD helpful

TO APPLY
Send brief cover note and resume to info@cbhcweb.com with HR – Case Manager in the Subject line.

 
NORA - Northern Ohio Recovery Association
 
 

All candidates must demonstrate the ability to communicate and work with others and be respectful of peers, supervisors, clients and guests.

NORA Peer Project (Cuyahoga County)
Rope Project (Cuyahoga and Lorain)
Circle of Care – Telehealth (Erie County and Lorain County)

Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist/Chemical Dependency Counselor Assistant

  • The Peer Support Specialist is part of a multidisciplinary team and assesses, develops, coordinates and provides treatment, rehabilitation and support to clients who are chronically homeless with SUD issues and MH/SUD issues. The specialist will work 1:1 with NORA Peer Project/ ROPE Project / Circle of Care clients in their homes, community, computer/tablets/cell phone and other natural settings. The specialist will attend NORA team meetings, as coordinated by the Project Director and Project Manager. The specialist will stay abreast of current training and literature in the peer recovery movement. The specialist will document client contacts in the Credible EHR.

 Required Education and Experience:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent combination of training and life experience, sustained mental health (or co-occurring) recovery for approximately two years minimum (recovery capital, prior recovery experience considered).
  • History of receiving mental health services for severe and persistent mental illness and/or SU services, currently in recovery.
  • Successful completion of Ohio peer specialist training or CDCA

 Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: 

  • Ability to describe personal, effective recovery pathway.
  • Ability to maintain clear role boundaries (peer support in not therapist, sponsor, spiritual advisor, doctor, etc.)
  • Ability to work in small or large group settings.
  • Extensive knowledge of community resources for persons in recovery.
  • Attitude of empathy, caring, and concern to bolster peers' self-esteem and confidence.
  • Ability to drive and must possess a valid driver’s license. May be called upon to travel to any Horizon worksite; transport clients, provide services to client at other locations. Regular attendance at trainings and NORA meetings may require travel to a variety of NORA sites.
  • Good oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to participate in and successfully pass behavioral intervention training; includes both verbal de-escalation skills and physical skills techniques to be utilized with consumers as needed.
  • Group facilitation and problem-solving skills.
  • Knowledge of and adherence to licensure regulations related to services provided
  • Knowledge of and adherence to agency policies and procedures
  • Knowledge of general office procedures (answering phone, taking messages, copying, filing, documentation, etc.)
  • Demonstrate knowledge of local support groups and recovery support options
  • Willing and available to work modified schedules (weekends, holiday, etc.) as required.

Contract and Hourly Opportunities - Send resume, Certifications and letter of intent to Cathy Davis: cdavis@norainc.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 clients living with addiction and/or mental illness.
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

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. 


May Dugan Center 

Community Health Worker - Licensed Social Worker (LSW)

Summary:
A CHW is a community based professional who assumes leadership in identification, coordination, and implementation of efforts to assist pregnant and parenting women and their infants – 10 months old. This will specifically be geared toward incarcerated women through the Cuyahoga County Corrections Centers.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
 
The essential functions include, but are not limited to the following: 

 

  • Responsible for identifying and enrolling pregnant incarcerated women into the Moms First Program.

  • Assesses prenatal/post partum needs and refer to appropriate health and human service agencies.
  • Insure participants understand and follow through with prenatal and post partum care.
  • Devise a support system for pregnant and parenting women to remove barriers while utilizing community resources at the Hitchcock Center.
  • Provide pregnancy test kits to the Cuyahoga County Corrections and Hitchcock Centers.
  • Perform group and individual sessions with incarcerated adult women in the City of Cleveland corrections centers, shelters and treatment facilities.
  • Conduct weekly educational sessions in the Cuyahoga County Corrections Center.
  • Provide continuous health education as it relates to prenatal/post partum and personal needs.
  • Organize, plan and facilitate groups..
  • All other duties assigned.
  • Provide the core services of outreach, case management, interconceptional care, health education and screening to project participants. 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

  • Licensed Social Worker
  • 2-3 years experience in OUTREACH and case management.
  • Must be able to work with a diverse population.
  • Must have knowledge in the areas of substance abuse, sexually transmitted diseases, HIV/AIDS and career development.
  • Strong organizational, written and verbal communication skills.
  • Must have excellent computer skills and be proficient in MS Word, Excel, and internet navigation.
  • This position requires outreach to participants in their homes, schools, medical and community environments. A valid driver’s license, insurance and working vehicle is required. You will be required to use your own means of transportation

 

Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $32,000 - $35,000 per year

Please send cover letter and resume to amorgan@maydugancenter.org OR fax to 216-631-5800 attn: Alexandra Morgan.

Close Date 07/01/2019


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! Re
covery 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.

Learn more:  
https://www.recres.org/Careers


Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center
  • FT Shelter Advocate: Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center is seeking an advocate for our confidential shelter. One full time candidate preferred but willing to consider splitting into two part time positions. Schedule is Saturday through Tuesday 1pm – 11pm. Schedule is non-negotiable. Duties include but not limited to: answering 24 hour Helpline; offering information and referrals; performing phone intakes; providing crisis intervention, advocacy, information and referral to shelter residents; determining eligibility of individuals requesting shelter; providing ongoing support and case management to residents; maintaining documentation; walking facility; engaging with residents; checking for safety and sanitation; and participating in shift change. Bachelor’s Degree in a human services field or equivalent years of experience preferred. Bilingual in Spanish and English preferred. Send cover letter and resume to careers@dvcac.org

  • Trauma Services Case Manager: Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center is seeking two full time Trauma Services Case Managers for our Trauma Services Department. Duties include, but are not limited to: providing case management, crisis intervention, safety planning, and advocacy to clients; connecting clients to agency and community resources; carrying out trauma informed practices and maintaining up to date knowledge of trauma informed care. Experience working with issues of domestic violence, child abuse, and trauma is required. Qualified applicants must have a working knowledge of community resources such as housing, food, financial, and general assistance as well as knowledge of victim’s rights within the state of Ohio. Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field and LSW licensure required. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be accepted in place of degree and licensure requirements. Successful candidates must demonstrate excellent communication skills and be willing to work some non-traditional hours as well as provide services in various locations. Must have a valid driver’s license. Send cover letter and resume to careers@dvcac.org

  • Shelter Client Services Coordinator: Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center is seeking an experienced supervisor who will be responsible for overseeing case management services within the county’s only domestic violence shelter. Responsibilities include direct supervision of staff, interns and volunteers, leading team meetings, facilitating groups as needed, and overseeing quality assurance. Candidates must have experience working in a residential setting, advocating for victims of violence, and have a strong clinical background. Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field required. Social work licensure preferred. Bilingual in Spanish and English preferred. Successful candidates must demonstrate excellent communication and leadership skills and be willing to work evenings and weekends. Send cover letter and resume to careers@dvcac.org.

  • Visitation Monitor: Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center is seeking part time Monitors for our Safe and Sound Supervised Visitation Center. 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 must be able to work weekends. We are closed major holidays. This position is a continuous need. Resumes are kept on file for a year and reviewed as openings occur. Send resume and cover letter to careers@dvcac.org

  • HR/Payroll Specialist: Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center is seeking an experienced HR/Payroll Specialist who will be responsible for the administration of payroll, human resources, and employee benefits. Responsibilities include maintaining payroll records, bi-weekly payroll processing, maintaining the agency’s HR files, annual reporting including OSHA, all exclusionary reporting, CMS reporting, and annual benefit census, managing all active job postings, initial resume screening, overseeing annual employee evaluation process, and managing annual benefit enrollments. Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Finance, or Accounting with thorough knowledge of the applicable compliance standards is required. Familiarity with ADP WorkforceNow software preferred. Successful candidates must demonstrate excellent communication and leadership skills and be willing to work extended or non-traditional hours as needed.Please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to careers@dvcac.org.

  • FT Shelter Advocate 3rd Shift: Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center is seeking 3rd shift advocates for our confidential shelter. We are looking for full time, part time, and PRN (as needed) advocates. Work hours are 10pm – 8am and are non-negotiable. Duties include but not limited to: answering 24 hour Helpline; offering information and referrals; performing phone intakes; providing crisis intervention, advocacy, information and referral to shelter residents; determining eligibility of individuals requesting shelter; providing ongoing support and case management to residents; maintaining documentation; walking facility; engaging with residents; checking for safety and sanitation; and participating in shift change. Bachelor’s Degree in a human services field or equivalent years of experience preferred. Bilingual in Spanish and English preferred. Must have a valid driver’s license.Send resume and cover letter 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. 
Cleveland Christian Home

CLINICAL SUPERVISOR

Job Summary:
 Under direction, the Clinical Supervisor assists with overseeing and coordinating the programs and services within the Community Based Services division, supervises assigned division staff and assists with the administration of the family services and school based programs within Community Based Services in the Cleveland office

Minimum Qualifications
1. Education, Training, and/or Experience: 

  • A Master degree in Social Work or related field; 
  • A minimum of five (5) years experience in providing therapeutic, social or program services in case management and/or in-home treatment;
2. Certifications, Licenses, Registrations: 
  • Must have and maintain an LISW or LPCC (preferred) or other relevant, appropriate licensure

*Sign-on Bonus for this position*


CLINICAL COORDINATOR

Job Summary:
 
Under direction, the Clinical Coordinator is responsible for the administration, development, evaluation and coordination of the various residential programs and all clinical services within the Out-of-Home Services division. The Clinical Coordinator is also responsible for supervising staff, ensuring compliance with all regulatory requirements, laws and standards and ensuring the success and effectiveness of the division’s clinical services.

Minimum Qualifications:
1. Education, Training, and/or Experience: 
  • A Master’s degree in a related field; Doctorate preferred.
  • A minimum of five (5) years experience in providing therapeutic, residential, social or program services to children and families.
2. Certifications, Licenses, Registrations:
  • Licensed by the State of Ohio as a Licensed Independent Social Worker with Supervision Designation (LISW-S), a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with Supervision Designation (PCC-S), or a Licensed Psychologist

*Sign-on Bonus for this position*


RESIDENTIAL THERAPIST

Job Summary:
Under direction, the Residential Therapist provides counseling, group therapy, and appropriate therapeutic interventions to assigned clients aimed at addressing their mental health and support needs. 

Minimum Qualifications:
Education, Training, and/or Experience: 
  • A Master’s degree in Social Work or related field; 
  • A minimum of one (1) year experience in counseling, child care, social work, and/or in providing therapeutic support services to children and families

Essential Functions, Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Provides individual intervention and family therapy services to assigned clients and their families 

  • Assesses level of functioning, strengths, growth areas and needs 
  • Conducts diagnostic assessments (clients) 
  • Develops and implements treatment goals/plans to address needs, utilizing appropriate treatment scales/assessment tools 
  • Develops and implements appropriate therapeutic interventions 
  • Arranges for family/other visits 
  • Evaluates effectiveness of treatment plan and services

2. Coordinates the use of facilities and resources to provide structured group and support services to assigned clients
 
3. Designs and implements goal-directed groups addressing, but not limited to:

  • Practical living skills
  • Social skills
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Anger-management and conflict resolution
  • Self-esteem building

4. Implements a wide-variety of interactive activities and appropriate treatment interventions

5. Develops group goals

  • Conducts diagnostic assessments
  • Develops and implements treatment goals/plans to address needs, utilizing appropriate treatment scales/assessment tools 
  • Evaluates effectiveness of treatment process and outcomes
6. Intervenes in crisis situations

7. Assists and/or facilitates the treatment and support efforts of others involved in a case, as appropriate to the individual’s treatment goals

8. Assists with providing, linking and/or coordinating community support services:
  • Obtains information on referred families
  • Assists parent(s) with accessing appropriate community resources and with communicating with community systems
  • Supports families in building children’s life-skills 
  • Assists with crisis management and referrals
9. Consults regularly with supervisor regarding cases, case-load size, appointment schedule and required productivity levels

10. Completes appropriate clinical documentation following established completion guidelines and delivers to supervisor within applicable timeframe
 
11. Completes progress notes and corresponding billing sheets within established timeframe.

12. Meets the agency’s productivity guidelines.

13. Assists with serving as a community resource for schools, local agencies and others interested in the program
  • Interprets and represents the Residential Treatment program and services to the community
To apply, send resume and cover letter to cchhr@cchome.org  or for more information go to www.cchome.org.

EDEN, Inc.
  • STAFF ACCOUNTANT
    The Staff Accountant will 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, limitation 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:

    A Bachelor's degree in Accounting or relate field; and accounting experience in public accounting or industry.
Hourly rate: $22.00

Posting: 2/4/2019
Closing: 3/31/2019

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https://www.indeed.com/q-solved-jobs.html
or, Contact Mark Baynes at
mbaynes@edeninc.org
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