Open Position Memo - June 14, 2013
All applications are due by 12:00 noon Friday to be considered for this week's recruitments. A full-length job description for any of these positions may be obtained by calling Human Resources at 434-972-1898.
A completed agency application is required to be considered for a position with Region Ten. If you would like to include your resume and/or cover letter with your completed application, please send to Workforce Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org. Only those resumes that are accompanied by a completed Region Ten application will be forwarded to hiring supervisors for consideration.
Please circulate this list so it is available to all members of your staff, particularly those without access to email, and please inform people inside and outside the agency who might be interested in these positions. A new open position memo is issued every Friday. The field of service in which there is a current opening available is either listed under Administrative Service, Quality Improvement and Standards, or one of the six Region Ten service centers.
Benefits are available for all salaried positions and for hourly positions that are regularly scheduled for 20 or more hours per week. Access to auto, valid Virginia Driver’s license, and proof of insurance and current DMV driving record are required for all positions that involve transporting consumers.
Further information regarding our hiring process can be found by clicking here.
For positions which state, "Must meet QMHP requirements as set forth by Department of Behavior Health and Developmental Services (DBHDS)" further information can be found by clicking here.
ACCESS AND ADULT CLINCIAL SERVICES
Program Manager II / Access and Adult Outpatient Services
Region Ten seeks to fill the critical role of Program Manager II to plan, coordinate and supervisor outpatient counseling programs for adults with co-occuring, mental illness or substance use disorders. The incumbent provides clinical and administrative supervision to professional licensed or credential staff, assists in developing and monitoring budges and the development and implementation of programming to support the Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment modality and evidence-based practices. Master's degree in a related field and eligible for licensure in Virginia, two years' experience in the provision of related services, and least one year of experience supervising professional staff are required. Licensure preferred. $47,704.11 annually. Click here for full job description.
Helpdesk Technician / Information Technology
Region Ten is seeking applications to fill a high volume, fast paced helpdesk vacancy. Qualified candidates need to exhibit a strong ability to troubleshoot hardware and software issues in a Microsoft PC and server environment while demonstrating a strong customer service level. The ability to move equipment to all Region Ten sites is required. MS Office, Excel and general documentation skills are required. Good verbal and written communication skills are essential. A VA driver's license plus an acceptable driving record are required. $32,582.55 annually. Click here for full job description.
Helpdesk Technician II
A newly created position exists for a self-motivated IT professional to maintain and improve upon Region Ten's geographically diverse Windows network. The incumbent maintains system access permissions, delivers and completes set-up of PCs, components, and software on the network, and provides computer and software training and orientation to staff. Will maintain phone system and data lines with outside vendors to control costs and maintain uptime. Knowledge of PC configurations and network concepts and the ability to problem solve and troubleshoot are required. A VA driver's license plus an acceptable driving record are required. $36,651.41 annually. Click here for full job description.
ITS Reports Analyst
Region Ten's Information Technology team is expanding to include a Reports Analyst. This position will be responsible for planning, developing, writing and analyzing reports for all electronic systems used at the agency. The incumbent will work with users to define concepts, eliciting reporting requirements using methods such as interviews, document analysis, requirements workshops, surveys, site visits, and task and workflow analysis. Work will require critically evaluating information, evaluating findings, and recommending reporting methods and procedures. Sound knowledge of SQL and extraction methodologies, reporting programs and tools, and experience with relational database concepts and query tools required as is the need for strong analytical, problem solving, and communication skills. Must have the ability to engage in multiple initiatives simultaneously and work in rapidly changing environment with changing priorities. Bachelor's Degree or equivalent and 2 years IT or related experience required. $47,704.11 annually. Click here for full job description.
EMGERGENCY AND CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Mental Health LPN / Wellness Recovery Center
Crisis stabilization program seeks energetic nurse with interests in serving highly motivated consumers with mental health and substance use issues. Interesting variety of duties, great consumers, team, and facility. Flexible schedule. One year of nursing experience preferred. $29,620.50 annually; may be negotiable. PRN positions also available. $10.70/hour. Click here for full job description.
Community Services Associate I / Wellness Recovery Center / Overnight 60%
Overnight Community Services Associate I, part time with benefits, to work Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Wellness Recovery, a short term, 14 bed, residential crisis stabilization program for high functioning adults experiencing a mental health crisis, has an opening for our overnight weekend position. This is an awake position, working with another tech and nurse. Duties include providing support, and monitoring the safety of our residents. Light housekeeping, laundry, and office work. Medication Technician training provided. 24 hours per week. $13,352.59 annually. Click here for full job description.
ADULT DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES
Community Services Associate I / Residential
Energetic person to work in group home setting with adults with intellectual disabilities. Teach daily living skills, community and recreational activities, creative positive social interactions and transport the individual to and from activities. Shifts include working weekends and evenings. Valid Virginia driver's license with good driving record required. DMV record required at interview $22,254.32 annually. Click here for a full job description.
Community Services Associate III / Meadowcreek
Position requires skills in writing and teaching daily living skills in center-based and community settings. Duties include creating lesson plans and the development and implementation of instructional goals and behavior plans. Will also provide assistance with personal care for adults with intellectual disabilities. Requires a 4 year degree in human services plus 2 year's related experience. Valid VA driver's license and good DMV driving record required. Work schedule is 8:30 4:30, Monday – Friday. $32,582.55 annually. Click here for a full job description.
Sponsored Placement Providers
Region Ten CSB is seeking individuals to provide Sponsored Residential Services to adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Individuals must be willing to become trained for licensure and Medicaid certification as a Sponsored Placement provider. As a provider, individual will become a contract provider with Region Ten CSB. For a packet of information regarding Sponsored Placement, call 434-972-1800 and ask for Martha Maltais or JoAnn Osborne.
ADULT REHABILITATIVE SERVICES
Clinician I/II/III / PACT, PRN
Incumbent serves as a PRN (pre required need) Clinician at Region Ten's PACT program serving adults with serious mental illness to work as needed, weekdays, weekends, and evenings. The incumbent is responsible for providing intensive community treatment services to this population, including but not limited to: thorough assessment of needs; development and implementation of individual service plans; medication management; training in functional skills (activities of daily living, social skills, interpersonal relationships, financial management, etc.). Position requires strong organizational and time management skills, excellent writing skills, flexibility, and self-motivation. Must meet certification as QMHP (Qualified Mental Health Professional) as set forth by Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. Valid VA driver's license and acceptable driving record is required.
Clinician I: Must meet QMHP. $17.62 hourly.
Clinician II: Must be licensure eligible in Virginia within 2 years. $18.95 hourly.
Clinician III: Must be licensed (LCSW, LPC, Psychiatric CNS-BC) in Virginia. $20.85 hourly.
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Community Services Associate II / Nunley Street, Hourly Weekends
Supportive Transitional Residential program seeking dynamic and dedicated candidates to provide mental health support services to individuals in a residential setting. Be part of a team assisting individuals with apartment and community living skills. The MHSS II provider offers instruction in daily living skills, provides assistance obtaining community resources, monitoring of psychiatric and behavioral status of residents and provide medication management. This position provides an opportunity to help people in recovery. Schedule is Saturday and Sunday, 8am – 4pm or 1pm – 9pm with additional hours possible as needed. Applicant must at a minimum meet certification as QPP (Qualified Para Professional) as set forth by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. QPP certification can be met by those holding an associates’ degree plus one year experience, 90 hours classroom training and 12 weeks experience, or APRP registration. A valid Virginia Driver’s license, coupled with an acceptable driving record and a valid personal automobile insurance card is required. PRN positions also available. $11.77 hourly. Click here for a full job description.
Community Services Associate III / PACT Peer Specialist
The Community Services Associate III is a Peer Specialist who provides intensive community treatment services to consumers in Region Ten's PACT program. Incumbent is responsible for an array of direct support services to persons with serious mental illnesses living in apartments or other housing arrangements. Services include monitoring; assessments of needs and functioning; training in skills required for activities of daily living (personal hygiene, nutrition education, meal planning, grocery shopping, housekeeping, money mgmt., etc.); assistance with accessing appointments; assistance with community integration and recreation. The incumbent must have life experience receiving services for mental illness. Must have a valid driving license, auto insurance, and safe driving record. Must meet certification as QMHP (Qualified Mental Health Professional) as set forth by Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services Two years experience in a human service field is preferred. Mostly weekdays, with some weekend shifts; most shifts, 8:30am to 5pm; with some 12pm to 8:30pm shifts. Salary is $32,582.55 annually. Click here for a full job description.
Food Services Associate
We are looking for motivated and energetic food service assistants to be a part of our catering team! Incumbent will perform various catering tasks to include: food preparation, cleaning, delivery and stocking. Reliable attendance and professional attitude a must! This is a great opportunity for those seeking a flexible schedule and part-time work. Experience in catering, food preparation and ServSafe certified a plus. $7.25 hourly. Click here for a full job description.
CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES
Community Services Associate III / TBS
Make a difference in the life of a child by providing community-based and home-based therapeutic day treatment services to elementary, middle and high school aged children. Will provide role-modeling, emotional support limits and psycho-education to children and families, coordinating services with Case Management and other resources. Will participate in treatment teams, school and FAPT staffing, and may provide transportation for purposes of coordination. Must meet certification as QMHP (Qualified Mental Health Professional) as set forth by Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. $15.66 hourly. Click here for full job description.
Case Manager / ITCBR
Full time position with the Infant and Toddler Connection of the Blue Ridge, serving Charlottesville and surrounding counties. ITCBR provides special education supports and services to infants and toddlers (birth to 3) with developmental delays and disabilities. Position requires knowledge of infant/early childhood development, ability to provide case management services following complex early intervention special education regulations, ability to work as a professional member of an interdisciplinary team and to work under timelines. Must be willing to travel, visit homes, work with school systems, therapists and other professionals. Bachelor degree in early childhood, social work, nursing, special education or related field. Master’s in early childhood special education or social work and/or Spanish language proficiency a plus. Salary is $36,651.41. Click here for full job description.
Educational Support Specialist / Charlottesville / Albemarle
Make a difference in the life of an elementary, middle school, or high school-aged child. Work as a member of a dynamic team to provide behavioral coaching and support to at-risk children in this school-based program. Small caseload, ongoing supervision, works closely with teachers and staff. Full-time benefits. Schedule linked to school calendar. Must meet certification as QMHP (Qualified Mental Health Professional) as set forth by Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. Experience providing mental health services in a school setting is a plus. $32,582.55 annually. Click here for full job description.
VA START Region I
VA START Region I is recruiting to fill a respite position. Interested candidates should apply directly with Easter Seals by sending resumes to the indicated contact. Information regarding this and other open START positions can also be found on the Career Builders Website.
PRN – In-Home Respite Counselor (Region I)
Location: Targeted Locations throughout HPR I (Lynchburg, Harrisonburg, Fredericksburg, Winchester, Culpepper, Staunton, and Rockbridge)
Position Classification: PRN
Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Human Service Related field, experience in working in community and residential environments providing support to individuals and systems in crisis. Current credential as Qualified Mental Health Professional – Adult (QMHP-A) required. Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional (QIDP) preferred.
Responsibilities: Our Therapeutic Respite program is a 24-hour, 365-day facility that serves adults with intellectual disabilities and mental illness. Part of our services include offering in-home stabilization and support on an as needed basis in both planned and emergency capacities. This is a direct care position which includes helping individuals with ADLs and using therapeutic techniques to help individuals and systems recover and stabilize from crises. Looking for candidates who are available primarily for evening shifts.
Contact: Harley White – email@example.com or 540.259.1531
Compensation: $15 - $18/hourly commensurate with credentials and experience
QUALITY IMPROVEMENT AND STANDARDS
Human Resources Generalist
If you would consider applying your strong administrative and technical talents toward achieving Region Ten's Vision of "A Better Life. A Better Community." to be a valuable career, the current opening in human resources may be the role for you. The position functions as part of a small, collaborative team supporting a diverse workforce of 600 plus persons employed throughout an area encompassing five counties and one city. Job duties provide the opportunity to be involved in a broad spectrum of HR functions in technical, administrative, and clerical capacities. Tasks require accurate and efficient word processing, data entry, and data management skills to maintain the agency's HRIS and manual files, process benefits transactions, and complete quality assurance and compliance audits. Creating and using Excel spreadsheets is routine in performance of duties, as is report generation. The ability to create and maintain pleasant, supportive and professional environment to meet employee human resource needs is essential in this high volume, evolving, and fast-paced environment. Knowledge of human resources principles and practices and a bachelor's degree are preferred. $32,582.55 annually. Click here for a full job description.
Case Manager / PRN Louisa
This position provides case management services to individuals of all ages with intellectual disabilities, mental illness and emotional disturbance. The incumbent will provide assessment of service needs, coordination of services among providers, development of service plans, as well as monitoring of needs and advocacy, consultation and education for consumers, families and the community. Valid VA driver’s license and good DMV driving record required. Applicants must possess QMHP qualifications for consideration. $36,651.41 annually. $17.62 hourly. Click here for a full job description.
Community Services Associate III / Friendly Oaks, PRN
Friendly Oaks Clubhouse, a rural psychosocial rehabilitation program, is seeking a Community Services Associate III to work PRN with a diverse group of consumers recovering from mental illness. The candidate must be energetic, flexible, have excellent work habits and enjoy helping others realize their recovery goals. A Bachelor’s degree in a human services field and 1 year of experience required. Scheduled works hours are Monday – Friday, daytime, with occasional evening and weekend hours required. $15.66 hourly. Click here for a full job description.
Community Services Associate III / Louisa, PRN
Exciting work with a small team, providing mental health support services in a rural community setting. Incumbent will spend time in community, assisting individuals with activities of daily living, accessing community resources, and maintaining their personal health and safety. Will assist with medication management, monitor nutrition and physical condition, and provide assistance with the use of community resources. Must meet QMHP as set forth by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. Schedule: Flexible, including weekend hours. Must have a valid VA Driver’s license and an acceptable driving record. $15.66 hourly. Click here for a full job description.
All applications are due by 12:00 noon on the Friday following the date of this memo to be considered for this week's recruitments. Region Ten does not discriminate against any person on the basis of age, citizenship, color, disability, national origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sex and/or sexual orientation. Bi-lingual Applicants are encouraged to apply.
Apply at Region Ten CSB, Human Resources Office, 502 Old Lynchburg Road, Charlottesville VA 22903; mail to 502 Old Lynchburg Road, Charlottesville VA 22903; or apply online by filling out an Application.
If you have additional questions, please call our Human Resources Department at 434-972-1898.