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Open Position Memo - April 18, 2014

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 susan.good@regionten.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  

Community Services Associate I / Mohr Center
Residential treatment program and sobering up shelter for adult males seeks to fill a position working rotating shifts and weekends. Schedule will vary based on program needs, which include evening, weekend and holiday hours. Incumbent will oversee residents' medications, complete shelter admissions, monitor vital signs, triage for appropriate medical treatment, monitor consumer withdrawal symptoms and maintain good order in the house. Position requires staff remain awake, alert, and available during all duty hours, be diligent in completing records and arrange for emergency staff coverage. Valid Virginia driver's license and acceptable driving record required. Full-time with benefits. $11.26 hourly. 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. Overnight shifts, 8:00 p.m. – 9:00 a.m., include working weekends and evenings.  Valid Virginia driver’s license with good driving record required.  DMV record required at interview Hiring range begins at $11.26 hourly.  Full-time and part-time, benefits eligible positions available.  Salary negotiable. Click here for a full job description.

***Internal Recruitment – 1 week only***
Community Services Associate I / Residential
Energetic person to work in group home setting Tuesday – Saturday, 6:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. 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.  Hiring range begins at $11.26 hourly.  Salary negotiable. Click here for a full job description.

Community Services Associate III / Residential
If you have a Bachelor’s degree in special education or a human services related field and two years’ experience working with individuals with Intellectual disabilities, consider this great career opportunity.  Region Ten’s program supporting adults with intellectual disabilities is seeking a dynamic person to join a team working in a group home setting.  Assist, supervise, and train skills in daily living, home care, personal care, and recreational activities. The incumbent is required to exercise sound judgment and demonstrate initiative; independence, creativity, leadership and cooperativeness when performing assigned duties and responsibilities. Valid VA driver’s license and good DMV driving record required. Hiring range begins at $34,297.00 annually.   Salary negotiable. Click here for a full job description.

Support Staff II / 70%
Region Ten’s main office seeks a reliable individual to serve as a fully functional receptionist and switchboard operator providing coverage for a busy front lobby setting and performing closing duties.  Incumbent monitors and maintains the appearance and professional atmosphere of the waiting area, greets visitor, accepts payments, and registers clients for appointments.  Must have the ability to communicate with diverse populations, work under pressure, and be courteous under stressful situations.  Strong clerical, computer and concise communication skills are necessary, as is the ability to operate a busy switchboard, ensuring callers are transferred to appropriate service contacts.  High School Diploma and 1 year of reception and office experience required.  Monday – Thursday, 12:00 noon – 6:00 p.m. and Friday 1:00 – 5:00.  Partial benefits.  $12.39 per hour. Click here for a full job description.

 

CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES

ITCBRCase Manager / ITCBR
The first three years last a life time. Full time position with the Infant and Toddler Connection of the Blue Ridge, serving Charlottesville and the surrounding counties. Join a great baby's team and coordinate special education supports and services to infants and toddlers (birth to 3). Position requires thorough knowledge of infant/child development; establishment of effective working relationships with parents, school systems, therapists & other professionals. Organizational skills, attention to detail & timelines a must. Willingness to travel and meet in homes & other community settings. Bachelor's degree in early childhood, psychology, social work, nursing, special education or related field required. Master's in early childhood, social work and/or Spanish language proficiency a plus. $37,727.00 annually. Click here for full job description.

Clinician I/II/III / Case Manager/Blue Ridge Juvenille Detention Center
Provide assessment; individulal, family and group counseling and case coordinatin services to youth with mental health and substance use needs who are detained at BRJDC.  Requires close collaboration with detention staff, probation officers and local human service agencies.  MA in relevant field preferred.  Experience with juvenile offenders required. 
Clinician I: Master’s degree in a licensure eligible field required. $37,727.00 annually/ negotiable.
Clinician II: Must be licensure eligible in Virginia upon hire. Supervision for licensure will be provided. $41,500.00 annually/ negotiable.
Clinician III: Must be licensed (LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LCP) in Virginia. $45,650.00 annually/ negotiable.
Click here for a full job description.

 

EMGERGENCY AND CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES

Case Manager
Seeking individual with initiative to provide case management services to individuals of all ages with a primary diagnosis of intellectual disability, mental illness, or emotional disturbances. The incumbent assesses service needs, develops plans for access to services, and serves as a liaison with clients, families, and service providers, including serving as liaison with local state psychiatric facilities. Will work closely with state hospitals in discharge planning for consumers returning back into the community. Must meet certification as a QMHP. Valid VA driver's license and good DMV driving record required. $37,727.00 annually. Click here for full job description.

 

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S OFFICE

***Internal Recruitment – 1 week only***
Electronic Medical Record System Technician

Newly created position to serve as technical assistant for Research, Evaluation and Grants office in developing and maintaining the Agency's electronic consumer record. Position will monitor EHR Help Desk, troubleshoot and problem solve issues across systems, and assist with tracking and resolving data errors. Incumbent will stay up to date on all functions of the EHR and will train staff on its use. Excellent follow through, organization skills, and interpersonal communications required. Must have the ability to establish working relationships, meet deadlines, decipher handwriting, and break down technical information into simple instructions and communicate technical information to end users. $34,297.00 annually. Click here for full job description.

 

HPR I

Courtesy posting; direct inquiries for these positions to james.vann@eastersealsucp.com.

Position Title: Mobile Crisis Counselor
Program:  HPR I VA REACH
Location: Charlottesville, VA
Position Classification: Full-Time, Part-Time, PRN
Compensation: Hourly
Qualifications: Bachelor’s level and one year of service. Direct support experience with both developmental disabilities and mental health populations preferred. Experience with crisis prevention and intervention services preferred. Maintain valid license and insurance for personal vehicles utilized for work. Complete within specified time period the trainings as required by agency and service model.
Responsibilities: The Mobile Crisis Counselor provides a supportive and therapeutic environment to persons with co-occurring developmental disabilities and mental or behavioral health needs who are temporarily accessing emergency or planned respite in the individual’s home.  This staff participates in the daily routine of the home and provides support for therapeutic, habilitative, personal care, health care and other activities.  Monitors individuals for any mental health or behavioral symptoms and provides crisis prevention, intervention and de-escalation supports in accordance with crisis guidelines and the person’s plan. Plans, structures and prompts social and leisure time activities, including activities that build skills for behavior management, stress management, communication, adaptive living and daily living.
The Mobile Crisis Counselor participates as part of comprehensive REACH services that collaborate with the individual’s primary provider and clinical home, community crisis services, family and others. Maintains timely documentation of progress notes and other data, including incident and accident reports, behavior tracking notes, group notes, medication administration records, etc.. Adheres to program standards and policies as well as local, state and federal regulations

Position Title: REACH Counselor Shift Leader
Program: VA REACH Center
Location: Charlottesville, VA
Position Classification: Full-time
Compensation: Hourly
Qualifications: Bachelor’s level and one year service. Direct support experience with both developmental disabilities and mental health populations preferred. One year supervisory experience preferred. Experience with crisis prevention and intervention services preferred. Maintain valid license and insurance for personal vehicles utilized for work. Complete within specified time period the trainings as required by agency and service model.
Responsibilities: Respite Counselor Shift Leader provides support to persons with co-occurring developmental disabilities and mental or behavioral health needs who are temporarily accessing emergency or planned therapeutic respite. This position participates in the daily routine of the home and provides support for therapeutic and habilitative activities, personal care, health care and other activities.  This position participates as part of comprehensive REACH services that collaborate with individual’s primary provider and clinical home, community crisis services, family and others. In addition, this position functions as direct support to the REACH Center Director position.  Respite Counselor Shift Leader position provides oversight of program implementation during the assigned shift. This position is responsible for ensuring that adequate staffing is present to meet the needs of the guests in care and that staff are actively implementing the program schedule. Shift Leader ensures that documentation is complete and accurate for the shift, and is responsible for incident reporting to the Center Director. This position is also responsible for briefing the on-coming staff during shift change. The Respite Counselor Shift Leader also shares the function with Respite Director as liaison between the REACH Clinical Team and Respite Counselor team. 

Inquiries and resumes should be directed to:

Name: James Vann
Title:    Director, VA REACH Region 1
Emailjames.vann@eastersealsucp.com
Phone: (919) 606-3872

 

QUALITY IMPROVEMENT AND STANDARDS

Director, Training
An opportunity for a licensed clinician (LPC or LCSW) to effect positive outcomes for Region Ten by directing cutting-edge, quality training programs for staff delivering mental health, intellectual disability and substance abuse services. This director level position develops, implements and evaluates initiatives and programs to ensure compliance with regulations and industry best practice standards. An experienced trainer with strong analytical skills, motivating presentation skills and a collaborative work style will find this a rewarding experience. Computer skills and comfort with multi-faceted learning environments are essential to success. Master's degree and LPC or LCSW in Virginia required. $60,760.00 annually. Click here for a full job description.

 

RURAL SERVICES

Clinician I/II/III / Louisa, Outpatient
Two positions available for Clinicians with experience and expertise in providing assessment and treatment services to diverse populations of clients of all ages, with primary population served being children.  Position works out of a busy rural outpatient clinic and incumbent must be skilled and comfortable working with adults, children, families, groups and the community to deliver services, including crisis intervention, engaging resistant/ difficult to engage clients, and working with individuals involved in the criminal justice system.  Schedules can be flexible and require some evenings hours and after hours phone calls. 
Clinician I: Master’s degree in a licensure eligible field required. $37,727.00 annually/ negotiable.
Clinician II: Must be licensure eligible in Virginia upon hire. Supervision for licensure will be provided. $41,500.00 annually/ negotiable.
Clinician III: Must be licensed (LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LCP) in Virginia. $45,650.00 annually/ negotiable.
Click here for a full job description.

Community Services Associate III / Crozet
The Crozet team is looking for someone to join them in providing mental health support services.  The CSA III worker will provide outreach to people who suffer from serious mental illness and who are living either at home or in a residential setting.  The worker will spend most of his/her time assisting older individuals to: monitor and manage their symptoms and medications; access clinics; partake in other activities of daily living; use community resources; maintain their personal health and safety.  Excellent opportunity to develop specialist expertise working with older consumers.  Will need own vehicle to transport consumers.  Must meet QMHP as set forth by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services.  $34,297.00 annually. Click here for a full job description.

Community Services Associate III / Louisa
Exciting work with a small team, providing mental health support services in a rural community setting.  Incumbent will spend time in the 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 some evening and weekend hours.  Must have a valid VA Driver’s License and an acceptable driving record.  Full-time position: $34,297.00 annually;   PRN positions also available.  $16.49 hourly. Click here for a full job description.

Program Manager II / 50% TDT/ESS Loiusa
Make an impact in Louisa County by serving as the Program Manager II for Therapeutic Day Treatment (TDT/ESS). The incumbent provides direct clinical services and assists with the overall planning, coordination, and monitoring of ESS/TDT, to include management of the Summer ESS program. Provides clinical supervision, consultation, assessment of clients, crisis intervention, and group treatment and is responsible for the oversight of service documentation. Must meet QMHP-Child as set forth by Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. A Master's degree in a human services field is preferred with a minimum of three years' experience providing clinical services to children and families and one year providing mental health supervision or program oversight. Experience providing school-based services preferred. Must have a valid VA drivers License and acceptable driving record. Work schedule is 20 hours per week. $25107.50 annually. 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.

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