Employment Opportunities

    We seek to advertise available openings of interest to social work students and social work graduates. Jobs are posted for 60 days, unless stated otherwise in the ad. If you would like to post job opportunities to this website, please contact Martha Fuller with the following information included in your email:

    • the full job description
    • title of organization and the job title
    • whether full or part-time, or seasonal/contract position
    • the eligibility requirements for the position
    • Contact information (name, address, phone, fax) so an applicant can submit their letter of interest

    CURRENT LISTINGS


    Posted 3/31/2015

    NASW Online Career Fair on May 19 - Register Here

     


     

    Posted 3/30/2015

    Choices, Inc.

    Resource Development Coordinator - part-time

    Job Description:Click Here

     


     

    Posted 3/30/2015

    BAPTIST HEALTH CORBIN:
    Is seeking an full-time energetic LCSW for our new Richmond Kentucky location.  If interested please apply at https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__hr.bhsi.com_nonemployee.html&d=AwIB-g&c=SgMrq23dbjbGX6e0ZsSHgEZX6A4IAf1SO3AJ2bNrHlk&r=M7UXaztNbxkmGQYnf7gwqO88YEZigppvzbGLbaeiBjw&m=vUX41c43v5QxDPDsl0VW2GhDme_WLqjUnEirHb73tOU&s=eRnUj2BgNmAnRUniYOzsHMYsh_uxDcBdZTZsHEDtiHQ&e=

    Job Summary

    Provide clinical treatment to behavioral health patients that are identified by hospital staff, phone screening or referrals.  Provide screening, risk assessment and evaluation recommendations for level of care determination.  Provide delivery of service including disposition planning, treatment planning, client education, individual, group and family therapies.  Responsible for the smooth daily operations of all aspects of outpatient practice, and new program development as identified by supervisor.  Must be able to facilitate an Intensive Outpatient Program for Chemical Dependency.  
    Minimum qualifications:  KY LCSW preferably with a CADC or two years’ experience working with substance use clients. Ability to work well with internal and external customer
    Knowledge and Experience: Use evidence based best practice. Must have knowledge of current theoretical approaches to the delivery of counseling services, strategies for examining, applying and evaluating cognitive/behavioral therapy concepts.  Additional skills required include thorough knowledge of the clinical aspects of the behavioral health field.

     


     

    Posted 3/25/2015

    Greater Lakes Mental Healthcare

    Greater Lakes Mental Healthcare is currently recruiting for the following positions:

    Clinical Positions:

    • Therapist 3 – Adult Outpatient Services – Full Time
    • Therapist 3 – 72nd Street Clinic – Full Time
    • Therapist 1 – Adult Outpatient Services – Full Time
    • Therapist 1 – 72nd Street Clinic – Full Time
    • Clinical Case Manager 2 – Adult Outpatient Services – Full Time
    • LPN – Recovery Center – On Call
    • RN – Recovery Center – On Call
    • Mental Health Professional – Recovery Center – On Call
    • Mental Health Technician – Recovery Center  - On Call
    • Residential Counselors – Residential Services – Full Time, Part Time and On Call

    Peer Positions:

    • Peer Case Manager 1 – PORCH Program – Full Time
    • Peer Case Manager 1 – Child and Family Services – Full Time
    • Peer Case Manager 1 – Adult Outpatient Services – Full Time
    • Peer Mental Health Technician – Recovery Center –On Call

    Administrative Positions:

    • Clinic Support Specialist –Business Services – Full Time
    • Appointment Scheduler – Business Services – Full Time

    Positions at Greater Lakes are posted on an online hiring system called Hyrell. External candidates can review job descriptions and apply for available positions at http://greaterlakes.hyrell.com

    Greater Lakes Mental Healthcare is a full-service community mental health center, providing behavioral healthcare to the citizens of Pierce County for 50 years. We are conveniently located a few miles south of Tacoma Mall, near the intersection of Bridgeport and Gravelly Lake Drive at 9330 59th Ave SW in Lakewood, WA. Greater Lakes serves over 10,000 individuals each year with a team of over 300 staff.Highly regarded in the mental health field, Greater Lakes Mental Healthcare is as committed to staff satisfaction as we are to great customer service. Greater Lakes values diversity. This is reflected in our culture of open communication, our use of participative decision making, and the high level of mutual respect apparent throughout the agency. Greater Lakes provides an excellent benefit package to staff in Regular Full Time and Regular Part Time positions.


    Posted 3/24/2015

    Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System

    Position Summary

    The Clinician/Therapist/Counselor is responsible for performing a variety of direct clinical duties in the inpatient and/or outpatient setting.  These include, but are not limited to, group, individual and family treatment modalities.  They are responsible for performing thorough and accurate psychosocial evaluations, developing and implementing master treatment plans, and providing for appropriate discharge planning/aftercare referrals.  The Clinician/Therapist, Counselor demonstrates the ability to effectively communicate with both clients and staff.  They demonstrate the ability to prioritize the multiple demands of the position and are able to accurately follow instructions.  They understand the documentation requirements and complete these requirements in a timely fashion.  Excellent judgment and clinical skills are essential for this position.  Must possess knowledge of developmental stages of children, adolescents and adults, and the social, cultural, environmental influences on both patient and family member.  Is responsible for their own clinical growth through the attendance of inservices, presentations, and other continuing education activities.

    Requirements

    EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Masters or Doctoral degree in human relations or clinical field such as social work, psychology, or marriage and family counseling. A license or certification in a specialized field is preferred and if an independent practice license/certification is not present, this individual must be clinically supervised by a staff having appropriate credential and also must actively work towards their own licensure/certification. In lieu of a degree from a human relations field, the individual must possess licensure/certification that is recognized by the Commonwealth of Kentucky for independent practice (i.e. CCD) At least two years working in a human service
    organization with inpatient or outpatient psychiatric or chemical dependency populations is strongly preferred, although not required.

    REASONING ABILITY:
    Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.

    LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common scientific technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the business community. Ability to write speeches and articles for publication that conform to prescribed style and format. Ability to effectively present information to top management, public groups, and/or boards of directors. Ability to communicate on an effective level with both clients and staff from a variety of disciplines.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
    The physical demands as described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable the individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. The employee frequently is required to sit and use hands to write or manipulate small objects. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; and reach with hands and arms; and stoop, kneel, or crouch. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and the ability to adjust focus.

    WORK ENVIRONMENT:

    The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

    We service all populations at Lincoln Trail from children to older adults.

    We are looking for CSWs and LCSWs for full-time, part-time, and PRN positions, both during the week and on the weekend. Potential candidates can contact directly either by phone or e-mail. They can also go to our website and fill out an application.

    Sara M. Goodin, MA, LPA, Director of Clinical Services - Military Program Director

    Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System

    3909 S. Wilson Rd.

    Radcliff, KY 40160

    phone: 270.352.3523

    fax: 270.351.4667

    http://www.lincolnbehavioral.com

     


     

    Posted 3/23/2015

    Southern Hills Counseling Center, Inc.

    Licensed Clinical Social Worker or State of Indiana Licensed Social Workers

    Southern Hills was established in 1968 and serves the residents of Dubois, Perry, Spencer, Orange and Crawford Counties in south central Indiana.

    Southern Hills is a not-for-profit community mental health center governed by an 11-member, volunteer Board of Directors. The Center employs over 150 full and part-time staff members at its five county and four residential facilities.

    Licensed Social Workers and Licensed Clinical Social Workers provide counseling services to children and/or adults.  Our Therapists work in a clinical setting providing professional clinical services (including substance abuse treatment), as well as a range of community consultation and education services.  Location Openings:  Paoli, IN; Jasper, IN; Tell City, IN

    Salary and Benefits of Position Include:

    • Malpractice liability insurance provided
    • Sign-on bonus for new staff who have Indiana LCSW
    • Relocation expenses up to $2,500
    • Two weeks paid vacation that increases with years of service  with immediate accrual
    • 12 days of sick leave accrual per year
    • Ten paid holidays
    • Organization funded retirement savings plan after 3 years of employment
    • Life and disability insurance
    • Subsidized medical and dental insurance coverage for employees and dependents effective first of month after hire date

    Southern Hills is a National Health Service Corps Site

    Learn more about Southern Hills Counseling Center, Inc. at www.southernhills.org

    To apply send your resume and letter of interest to: recruiting@southernhills.org

    or

    Human Resources

    Southern Hills Counseling Center, Inc.

    P. O. BOX 769

    Jasper, IN  47547-0769

    Fax:  812-482-6409   www.southernhills.org

     

    EOE

     


     

    Posted 3/23/2015

    UK Martin School of Public Policy & Administation

    Program Coordinator

    Applications must be submitted electronically through UK by 3/26/15

    For more information visit the website:  http://ukjobs.uky.edu/postings/58175

    Posted 3/19/15

    Therapist (full-time)
    Louisville, KY 40207 & Elizabethtown, KY 42701

    Apply:
    http://www.safy.appone.com/

    Responsibilities:
    This position is responsible for providing a range of moderately complex clinical services and case management with children, adolescents, and adults.

    This will be accomplished through the following:

    • Provide Intensive Family Preservation Services that are short-term, in-home to families in crisis. Follow intensive, in-home evidence based service model (Homebuilders Model).
    • Provide direct services to the identified clients/families for 24 hours/7 days a week coverage.
    • Direct therapeutic services will be available 24 hours per day for an average of 45 days per family. Depending on the type of intervention, services will be provided to no more than two to four families at a time.
    • Services will be provided in the family’s home or other natural setting. Services are provided at the level of frequency, intensity and duration appropriate to prevent placement or achieve reunification. Services provided are tailored to each family’s needs, problems, strengths, life style and culture.

    Requirements:
    Educational Requirements:

    • Master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology, sociology, or child & family studies is required

    Licensure Requirements:

    • LMFT, LPCA or LCSW is required in the state of Kentucky

    Experience Requirements:

    • Two years of experience in providing treatment services to families.
    • Experience with family preservation services and best practice In-Home model is preferred.

    Benefits:
    Leave – Paid holidays, Sick, Vacation/paid time off and Medical
    Retirement – 401K
    Insurance – Health, Dental & Vision, Life, Disability, Health Savings
    Miscellaneous – Tuition Assistance

    About SAFY:
    Specialized Alternatives for Families and Youth (SAFY) of America is a leading national nonprofit organization providing a full continuum of services for youth in the child welfare, behavioral health, and juvenile justice systems. Founded in 1984, SAFY (www.safy.org) provides nationally-recognized family and children services in 30 offices across nine states including Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, South Carolina, Alabama, Oklahoma, Texas, Nevada and Colorado.

    SAFY is committed to facilitating the safety, permanency and well-being of children and families who have experienced crisis. Mindful of the profound impact trauma has on the development and healing processes, we offer a broad range of programming from early intervention and prevention, home-based or community-based interventions, out-of-home placements, reunification and aftercare services for more than 18,700 vulnerable children and families. Our comprehensive services include treatment foster care, adoption, emergency and runaway services, mental health services, in-home services, independent living, developmental disability services, juvenile offender programs, aftercare, special medical services and teen parent programs.

    Contact Information:
    Tracy Schmerge – HR Recruiting Specialist

     


     

    Posted 3/19/15

    Family and Youth Specialist/Therapist (full-time)
    Louisville, KY 40207


    Apply:
    http://www.safy.appone.com/


    Responsibilities:
    This position is responsible for providing a range of moderately complex clinical services and case management with children, adolescents, and adults.

    This will be accomplished through the following:

    • Complete diagnostic assessments, participate in the development of treatment plan, and provide ongoing mental health/clinical services as required by contract.
    • Review referrals of youth with co-workers to determine if and where the placement may occur.
    • Communicate with the foster parent/s to discuss the potential placement of the referral.
    • Compile profile using pre and post assessment tools for outcome measures.
    • Conduct visits to the home as defined by policy, placing agency contract requirements, or as needed for the stabilization of youth.
    • Discuss all relevant issues pertaining to the youth in care with foster parent(s), youth, school officials, natural parents, placing agency and other appropriate parties involved with the youth according to policy, regulations and best practice standards.
    • Complete inventories of property for each youth according to policies and procedures.
    • Report census information timely and efficiently for purpose of financial billing and foster parent reimbursement.
    • Timely document outcome of home visits, interaction with parties involved in the youth’s care and incidents as required by policy, regulations and contract.

    Requirements:
    Educational Requirements:

    • Master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology, sociology, or child & family studies is required

    Licensure Requirements:

    • LPCA, CSW, LMFTA, LPCC, LCSW or LMFT is required in the state of Kentucky

    Experience Requirements:

    • Three years experience in social work, child welfare, or mental health is preferred

    Benefits:
    Leave – Paid holidays, Sick, Vacation/paid time off and Medical
    Retirement – 401K
    Insurance – Health, Dental & Vision, Life, Disability, Health Savings
    Miscellaneous – Tuition Assistance

    About SAFY:
    Specialized Alternatives for Families and Youth (SAFY) of America is a leading national nonprofit organization providing a full continuum of services for youth in the child welfare, behavioral health, and juvenile justice systems. Founded in 1984, SAFY (www.safy.org) provides nationally-recognized family and children services in 30 offices across nine states including Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, South Carolina, Alabama, Oklahoma, Texas, Nevada and Colorado.

    SAFY is committed to facilitating the safety, permanency and well-being of children and families who have experienced crisis. Mindful of the profound impact trauma has on the development and healing processes, we offer a broad range of programming from early intervention and prevention, home-based or community-based interventions, out-of-home placements, reunification and aftercare services for more than 18,700 vulnerable children and families. Our comprehensive services include treatment foster care, adoption, emergency and runaway services, mental health services, in-home services, independent living, developmental disability services, juvenile offender programs, aftercare, special medical services and teen parent programs.

    Contact Information:
    Tracy Schmerge – HR Recruiting Specialist

     


    Posted 3/18/15

     

    ResCare

    Social Worker

    Reports to: Program Coordinator or designee

    FLSA Status: Exempt

    Driving Position: Yes

    General Summary

    Provides support and training including but not limited to emotional support, physical support and monitoring and development of life skills
    training programs, all leading to increased independence and participation in community life for ppersons with developmental disabilities
    and/or related disabilities. Assist with reporting and gathering information and maintaining data.


    Essential Job Responsibilities

    • Assists clients in obtaining government funds, education, or treatment.
    • Secures information, such as medical, psychological, and social factors contributing to client's situation, and
    • evaluates these and client's capacities.
    • Asks clients to explain problems, such as personal and family adjustments, finances, employment, food,
    • clothing, housing, and physical and mental impairments to determine nature and degree of problem.
    • Helps patient and family through individual or group conferences regarding plans for meeting needs, and aids
    • client to mobilize inner capacities and environmental resources to improve social functioning.
    • Helps client to modify attitudes and patterns of behavior by increasing understanding of self, personal
    • problems, and client's part in creating them.
    • Develops service plan designed to restore patient to optimum social and health adjustment within patient's capacity.
    • Refers clients to community resources and other organizations, and liaises with other social service agencies.
    • Reviews service plan and performs follow-up to determine quantity and quality of service provided client and status of client's case.
    • Utilizes community resources to assist patient to resume life in community or to learn to live within limits of disability.
    • Prepares patient histories, service plans, and reports.
    • Provides general direction and supervision to workers engaged in program activities.
    • Maintains client records in compliance with organizational goals and objectives, as well as external regulatory guidelines.
    • Most states require license or certificate.

    Qualifications/Education

    • Master’s degree in Social Work
    • License to practice Social Work, minimum Certified Social Worker
    • Minimum of one ear experience working with individuals with intellectual disabilities and/or developmental disabilities
    • Valid driver’s license

    Travel Requirements

    This Job Description is not intended to be all inclusive. Therefore, the employee may be requested to perform other reasonable duties as assigned by the immediate supervisor or other management as required.

    Work Environment and Physical Demands

    Home-like and office settings with varying degrees of background noise. Light and ventilation as found in typical home or office setting.  Smoking areas are designated at work locations. Hazards may exist if the employee fails to use proper body mechanics when lifting or transporting an individual or item, if vehicles are not operated safely, or if proper techniques are not used when intervening with individuals.  The possibility of bloodborne pathogens exists if universal precautions are not followed.


    The Company reserves the right to revise or change job duties as business requirements dictate. It is mutually agreed that the job description does not
    constitute a written or implied contract of employment. It is also understood that the company reserves the right to change work schedules as
    required, including overtime.

     


     

    Posted 3/18/15

    Therapist - Home Based

    Nashville, Indiana (Brown County)

    Please forward resumes to Amanda Kinnaird.

    Job Summary:

    Centerstone, a leading mental and behavioral health services non-profit, is seeking a therapist to provide psychotherapeutic services for child/adolescent/family team as well as adults with serious mental illness. Treatment includes evaluations, treatment planning and direct services to individuals and families in the home, school and office. This position requires after school and evening work hours. Regular travel in county is required.

    Requirements:

    Ability to function independently and as part of a team. Computer literacy (Microsoft Office, Word and Outlook) and well-developed verbal and written communication skills to utilize electronic clinical record system. Satisfactory driving record and reliable transportation required. Must be flexible, organized, and detail-oriented. Master's degree required. Licensed eligible required, licensed preferred. Competitive compensation package.

     


     

    Posted 3/11/2015

    LifeSpring Health Systems

    Two Full-Time Therapist Positions in the Madison Office

    • New expanding position: Opening for a full-time therapist who will work with adults, children, and families in Jefferson County.

     

    • Opening for a full-time therapist who will work primarily with adults. Experience working in substance abuse counseling is preferred.

     

    Come join a growing dynamic team. Flexible schedule may be offered. Must have a Master’s in social work. MSSW; LCSW preferred. Will provide individual, family, and group therapy for individuals in the Madison, IN, area. Please send resume to 1405 Bear Street; Madison, IN 47250, ATTN: April or email April Frieske.

     


    Posted 3/9/15

    JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

    YMCA OF GREATER LOUISVILLE

    POSITION TITLE: Y-NOW Recruitment Specialist BRANCH:  Safe Place Services

    REPORTS TO: Rebecca Hentz,

    STATUS: Part-time (25-30 hours/week),

    Y-NOW Program Director - 1 evening/week and some weekends

    STARTING WAGE: $9-$11.00/hour, dependent on experience

    POSITION SUMMARY:

    As the nation's leading nonprofit organization committed to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, the Y offers more than just a job. We offer you a career with a future and the chance to make a lasting difference in your community. The Recruitment Specialist will be a part of the Y-NOW Children of Prisoners Mentoring team, and have primary responsibility to identify, engage, and enroll a variety of volunteers/roles. The Incumbent will ensure that all volunteer positions/roles are filled, and that all are thoroughly enrolled, screened, trained, and held until their role begins. 100 Volunteers per Y-NOW Class are typically needed.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

    *             Champions the program's mission and core values and challenges volunteers to accept and demonstrate the YMCA's core values of honesty, respect, responsibility and caring.

    *             Professionally represents Y-NOW Children of Prisoners Mentoring Program to prospective volunteers.

    *             Recruits and thoroughly enrolls a diverse group of 100+ volunteers per Y-NOW Class, including Mentors (35), Site Set-up (10), Youth Enrollment (25), Departure (15), Camp (25), Welcome Home (10).

    *             Maintains records and information essential for enrolling and screening volunteers (police checks, medical, references, etc.). Excellent attention to detail is mandatory, as records must be properly maintained at all times.

    *             Supports/fosters strong and continued volunteer support of program.

    *             Supports Volunteer trainings, as requested.

    *             Works with Marketing Department to prepare materials, as needed to support recruitment efforts (flyers, website, press releases, etc.).

    *             Has existing relationship with and collaborates with a host of community partners for Volunteer recruitment and word-of-mouth advertising.

    *             Assists in developing, articulating and implementing Volunteer policies, procedures, and needs.

    *             Serves as Volunteer Manager at 3-day camp(s).

    *             Attends trainings as requested by program director.

    *             Role Models a person of integrity.

    *             Maintains a flexible schedule in order to meet with volunteers or attend various volunteer events. On any given week, this could include mornings, afternoons, evenings, and/or weekend hours.

    *             Maintains a high level of ethical conduct regarding confidentiality and appropriate professional boundaries.

    *Note - this position has the potential to become a full-time position (with appropriate benefits) for the right candidate in the future.

    KNOW HOW/REQUIREMENTS:

    *             Be at least 21 years of age.

    *             Strong oral/written communications and relationship-building skills.

    *             Awareness and familiarity of community resources and agencies.

    *             Strong multi-tasking, organization and time management skills.

    *             Minimum of 1 year experience recruiting and enrolling volunteers.

    *             Familiarity with the philosophies of Trauma Informed Care and Positive Youth Development, and understanding of the needs of Children of Prisoners a plus.

    *             Bachelor's Degree preferred.

    *             Strong computer skills (Outlook; Microsoft Office including Word, Powerpoint, Excel, and Access).

    *             Valid Kentucky/Indiana driver's license and good driving record (meet YMCA guidelines).

    *             Ability to drive a YMCA Van.

    *             Ability to travel throughout the Louisville community, and seek out/engage volunteers from the community at large (particularly in areas which are more heavily populated with Children of Prisoners).

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

    *             Ability to lift 35 pounds.

    *             Ability to work both inside and outside (regardless of the weather).

    BENEFITS INCLUDED:

    The YMCA of Greater Louisville maintains a strong commitment to training and professional development, and was recognized as a 2011 "Top Work Place". As a new YMCA team member you will receive a community wide family membership upon completion of the New Employee Orientation, program discounts, and participation in the YMCA retirement fund after meeting criteria.

    CANDIDATES ARE REQUESTED TO SUBMIT COVER LETTER AND RESUME ELECTRONICALLY BY  March 9th, 2015 TOLhayes@ymcalouisville.org

    NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE.

     


     

    Posted 3/4/15

    Uspiritus
    Youth Care Worker- 2nd & 3rd Shift (Residential Services)
    Louisville, Kentucky

    Position type - Full time
    Internal Positions - ADP Linked

    This job reports to the Cottage Manager.

    Relocation is not provided and travel is not required.

    This is a Full-Time position, working 2nd Shift, Weekends.

    Overview
    Uspiritus operates residential campuses in two Louisville-area locations and regional offices in Lexington, and Bowling Green. As part of the Uspiritus strategic roadmap, we are dedicated to aligning our staffing needs with those we support, putting our youth first. We are also dedicated to hiring and retaining the right people in the right positions. Join us as we strive to be the Best Youth Caring Organization in the State.

    Job Skills/Requirements
    The Youth Care Worker (YCW) is responsible for providing a safe, comfortable and teaching environment to the youth we serve as we are committed to their personal success. The YCW assists our youth in the treatment programs, including residential activities. The YCW will monitor and interact with the youth during meals, while they do their chores and homework, and during free time and at bedtime. The YCW will also maintain accurate records and attend trainings and staff meetings as required. Uspiritus is the only organization in Kentucky to use the Boys Town's Psychoeducational Treatment Model. If you are interested breaking new ground and working for the premiere provider in the Commonwealth--Uspiritus is the place for you!

    High school diploma or equivalent required. Bachelors degree and experience in working with adolescents preferred.

    The applicant must have the following abilities: To work as a team member; perform basic writing, communications, and computer skills; function as a group leader and role model in relation to troubled youth; respond appropriately to the emotional and physical needs of adolescents within a structured group setting

    Education Requirements (Any)
    – High School Diploma/GED
    – Associates Degree
    – Bachelors Degree

    Additional Information/Benefits
    Competitive salary and benefits. Minimum 21 years of age.

    Positions require set schedules and working weekend shifts. (Schedules are subject to change when school is not in session: spring, summer, and winter breaks).

    ** You will be contacted via e-mail on the status of your application **

    Benefits: Medical Insurance, Life Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid Vacation, Paid Sick Days, Paid Holidays, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, 401K/403b Plan

    Screening Requirements: Motor Vehicle, Drug Screen, Criminal Background Check, TB Testing, Abuse & Neglect Registry Check.

    To access the current list & fill out an application for consideration: Please start by going to http://uspiritus.org/needs/jobs and following the link for our current list of job openings. Or, you can simply click the link Click here for a list of current job listings, which will take you straight there. Then, choose the position you are interested in and fill out the application.

     

     


     

    Posted 3/3/15

    St. Elizabeth Catholic Charities

    Supported Living Program Director

    Status: Full Time, Salaried

    Secretariat: Catholic Charities and Family Ministries

    Reports To: Director of Social Services, Leslea Townsend Cronin, LCSW

    Supervises: Supported Living Supervisors

    Primary Function

    The Supported Living Program Director will supervise and assist the SLP Supervisors and the SLP clients.

    Position Content

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND REGULAR ACTIVITIES

      1. The SLP Director will individually or in conjunction with The Director of Social Services assesses all individuals referred to the SLP by the DDRS Case Management staff. The decision for admission to the SLP will be based upon that assessment.
      2. The SLP Director will complete all required program forms and maintain them in the agency files.
      3. The SLP Director will review bi-monthly time reports submitted by SLP staff. The SLP Director will review the reports for accuracy before submitting to the Accountant.
      4. The SLP Director will assist the Director of Social Services in the screening, hiring of new SLP staff. The SLP Program Director will develop the training material in accordance with SLP guidelines for all SLP staff. The SLP Director will also conduct the training sessions in accordance with required training schedules
      5. The SLP Director will provide direct service to consumers when SLP staff is unable to do so. This area of responsibility includes providing supervision to consumers, transporting to medical appointments or entitlement programs as well as acting as an advocate for the consumer during those appointments.
      6. The SLP Director will ensure that services being provided to the consumer matches the goals outlined in his/her Individual Service Plan (ISP).
      7. If an SLP client has assigned St. E-CC as their Representative Payee, the SLP Director will be responsible for paying any and all of the client’s financial responsibilities.  This includes, but is not limited to; client monthly utilities, rent, spending money, and any other financial responsibilities that they may acquire. Checkbooks will be balanced on a monthly basis.
      8. The SLP Director will attend client 90 day and/or annual team meetings (when scheduling permits).
      9. The SLP Director will be part of an on-call rotation.  This means if a client has an emergency during that on-call time period the individual who receives the call will be responsible for responding to what that client may need.  This may include, but is not limited to; taking or meeting a client to the hospital or medical facility (if needed), assisting with any and all medication errors, etc.  The on-call individual will also be responsible for completing the internal and BDDS incident reports for the emergency they responded to.  Those incident reports will be forwarded to any and all required individuals including, but not limited to, TCM’s, BDDS representatives, APS representatives, guardians, and the Director of Social Services.
      10. The SLP Director is required to attend and participate in bi-monthly staff meetings with the agency management teams
      11. TheSLP Director is responsible for facilitating monthly staff meetings for the SLP Supervisors.
      12. The SLP director is responsible for contributing to the assessment and development of the annual training plan for the agency.
      13. The SLP Director is responsible for handling all the billing for the program. This is done twice a month. This includes attending as scheduled accounts receivable meetings to clear up any errors.
      14. The SLP Director is responsible for reviewing all monthly paperwork and uploading the monthly summaries for case managers to review.
      15. The SLP Director will serve on the PQI committee. SLP Director will be responsible for reporting on quantative and qualitative data for these quarterly meetings.
      16. The SLP Director is responsible for updating all consumer paperwork. Including, but not limited to goals, risk assessments, any changes in income, etc.
      17. The SLP Director will ensure all consumers will keep their benefits (food stamps, medical insurance, etc.).
      18. The SLP Director will arrange and attend all human right committee (HRC) meetings. Director will also be responsible for letting the HRC aware of any client issues that need their immediate attention.
      19. The SLP Director will make monthly surprise home visits to ensure staff is providing the best client care and keeping up with required paperwork.
      20. The SLP Director is responsible for 90 day and yearly evaluations with all SLP Supervisors.

      POSITION SPECIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS

      Skills, Knowledge, and/or Abilities

      1. The SLP Director must successfully complete CPR training and provide copy of certificate of completion to the Director of Social Services. (Agency will provide list of providers for this service, however, individual is responsible for arranging for his/her own training.) The CPR training is required to be kept current and certificates of completion will be maintained in the employee's file

      Education, Training and/or Experience

        1. The SLP Director will successfully fulfill all of the required trainings outlined on the New Employee Orientation for the SLP Supervisor.
        2. The SLP Director will keep his/her driver's license and automobile insurance current. SLP Director will provide a copy of each to be kept in his/her employee file.
        3. The SLP Director will submit to a TB test as required by the State of Indiana. (The State of Indiana requires that the TB test render negative results). SLP Supervisor must arrange for the TB test on his/her own time. Test should be arranged on a schedule whereby the results can be read at the mandatory three (3) day read. A copy of the test results should subsequently be provided to the SLP Program. Director or Director of Social Services for placement in the employee file. *The agency will incur the cost for the TB test. *

        Working Environment

          1. The SLP Director will work primarily in office, but (if needed) will provide in-home services when any SLP Supervisor is unable.
          2. Travel within Floyd and Clark Counties will be required for the SLP Director, therefore reliable transportation is a requirement.
          3. The SLP Director will have access to confidential client information.

               

              Posted 2/18/15

              KentuckyOne Health

              Licensed Clinical Social Worker

              Job Summary/Purpose

              The social worker position is responsible for creating optimal outcomes for the patient and family by managing complex psychosocial and economic co-morbidities.  Through advanced practice skills the social worker is able to reduce risks and functions as a liaison to external agencies.  This position provides outreach activities, individual and group counseling, and engages community resources to assist client/patients who are attending the Healthy Lifestyle Centers.  The social worker provides crisis interventions and assists clients/patients and families in understanding the implications and complexities of the patient’s medical condition and its impact on lifestyles.   May also provide case management or interventions designed to promote health, prevent disease and address barriers to access to healthcare.

              Essential Functions

              • Counsel clients and patients in individual and group sessions to help them overcome dependencies recover from illness and adjust to life.
              • Advocate for clients to resolve crisis.
              • Collaborate with other professionals to evaluate patients’ medical or physical condition and to assess client needs.
              • Refer client/patient or family to community resources to assist in recovery from mental or physical illness and to provide access to services such as financial assistance, legal aid, housing, job placement or education.
              • Help client/patient to modify attitudes and patterns of behavior by increasing understanding of self, personal problems and the patient’s part in creating them.
              • Educate client/patients on the impact the medical conditions such as  diabetes, hypertension, asthma, heart and pulmonary disease, cancer,etc and personal/family situations can have on the patient’s lifestyle.
              • Organize support groups or counsel family members and assist them in understanding dealing with and supporting the client/patient.
              • Modify treatment plans to comply with changes in client/patient status.
              • Monitor, evaluate, and record client progress according to measureable goals described in treatment plan.
              • Utilize consultation data and social work experience to plan and coordinate client or patient care and rehabilitation, following through to ensure service efficacy.
              • Plan and conduct programs to combat social problems, prevent substance abuse, or improve community health and counseling  services.
              • Participate in social research to advance knowledge in the social work field.

              KentuckyOne Health Core Expectations

              At KentuckyOne Health, we expect all our employees to live the values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence at work by:

              • Honoring and caring for the dignity of all persons in mind, body, and spirit
              • Ensuring the highest quality of care for those we serve

              Core Job Competencies

              Core KentuckyOne Health Behaviors:

              • Collaboration & Teamwork: works cooperatively and collaboratively with others toward the accomplishment of shared goals.
              • Valuing Diversity: recognizing and embracing the unique talents and contributions of others.
              • Service Orientation: desire to serve and focus one’s efforts on discovering and meeting the needs of internal and external customers.
              • Achieves Results: reflects a drive to achieve and outperform. Continuously looking for improvements. Accepts responsibility for actions and results.
              • Organizational Alignment: ability to align people, processes and organizational structure with CHI’s strategic direction.
              • Developing Others: views people, their knowledge and capabilities as assets and provides opportunities that allow employees to continuously learn and develop.
              • Communication: practices attentive and active listening and can restate opinions of others; communicates messages in a way that has the desired effect.
              • Integrity: conducts business with honesty and professional ethics. Seeks to achieve results in the best interest of the organization. Models and reinforces ethical behavior in self and others.

              Additional Responsibilities:

              • Demonstrates a commitment to service, organization values and professionalism through appropriate conduct and demeanor at all times.
                • Adheres to and exhibits our core values:

                  *Reverence: Having a profound spirit of awe and respect for all creation, shaping relationships to self, to one another and to God and acknowledging that we hold in trust all that has been given to us.

                  *Integrity: Moral wholeness, soundness, uprightness, honesty and sincerity as a basis of trustworthiness.

                  *Compassion: Feeling with others, being one with others in their sorrows and joys, rooted in the sense of solidarity as members of the human community.

                  *Excellence: Outstanding achievement, merit, virtue; continually surpassing standards to achieve/maintain quality.

                  • Maintains confidentiality and protects sensitive data at all times.
                  • Adheres to organizational and department specific safety standards and guidelines.
                  • Works collaboratively and supports efforts of team members.
                  • Demonstrates exceptional customer service and interacts effectively with physicians, patients, residents, visitors, staff and the broader health care community.

                   

                  Skills, Knowledge or Abilities critical to this role:

                  • Proficient skills in motivational interviewing
                  • Proficient with conducting individual and group therapy sessions.
                  • Coaching and developing others.  Guiding, Directing and Motivating client/patient and coworkers.
                  • Updating and using relevant knowledge
                  • Follow confidentiality procedures
                  • Use counseling techniques
                  • Use current social research
                  • Use grief counseling techniques
                  • Use interpersonal communication techniques
                  • Use intervention techniques
                  • Follow patient care procedures
                  • Follow patient observation procedures
                  • Use scientific research methodology
                  • Use conflict resolution techniques
                  • Use behavior modification techniques
                  • Use knowledge of investigation techniques

                  Language Ability:

                  • English

                  Reasoning Ability:

                  • Able to develop, design or create new applications, ideas, relationships, or systems. Able to translate or explain what information means and how it can be used.

                  Computer Skills:

                  • Able to use computer systems to enter and access patient data.  Familiar with Microsoft Office.  Able maintain and analyze outcome data.
                  • Working together as a team to achieve our goals
                  • Improving continuously by listening, and asking for and responding to feedback
                  • Seeking new and better ways to meet the needs of those we serve
                  • Using our resources wisely
                  • Understanding how each of our roles contributes to the success of KentuckyOne Health

                  Job Requirements/Qualifications

                  Education / Accreditation / Licensure (required & preferred):

                  1)    Masters Degree in social work and current certification - required

                  2)    Clinical Social Worker (CSW) in the state of Kentucky required.

                  3)    Completed Clinical Level Examination by the ASWB and completion of supervision in clinical setting - required

                  Experience (required and preferred):

                  Two years experience in clinical setting required

                  Work Environment

                  • Light Travel
                  • Activities - sitting, vision, hearing (high), walking, dexterity (moderate), Standing, Bending, Driving, Lifting up to 20 lbs, Repetitive (light)
                  • Equipment:  Computer, Telephone (high), FAX, Scanner Copier (moderate)
                  • Other physical activity or equipment usage if moderate or high: NONE

                  Disclaimer:  This job description reflects KYOne Health's assignment of essential functions; it does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned.  Critical features of this job are listed above.  They may be subject to change at any time due to reasonable accommodation or other reasons.

                  To apply or send resume',  contact:  Nadia Siritsky


                       

                      Posted 2/18/15

                      FAMILY HEALTH CENTERS (FHC),

                      LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER (Full-time)

                      We are expanding the Behavioral Health Integration program and have added a new position for the Portland Center.

                      Integrated Behavioral Health brings clinical specialists to the community health setting. LCSW's at the Family Health Centers function as Behavioral Health Consultants (BHC's). The work includes meeting with patients and medical providers during medical visits and by appointment. LCSW's provide brief intermittent services to assess and treat mental health issues, substance abuse and unhealthy lifestyle habits (smoking, diabetes self-care, weight management, etc.). The successful candidate will experience a fast paced work day, a varied clientele and a supportive team environment dedicated to continuous professional growth.

                      EXAMPLES OF WORK: (These statements are intended to be illustrations of the work of this class.)

                      • Conducts behavioral health assessments.
                      • Provides clinical services in the form of brief intermittent psychotherapy, behavioral medicine (relaxation training, weight management, health habits, sleep, hygiene, etc.), crisis intervention and patient education.
                      • Establishes treatment plans with the assistance of medical providers.
                      • Makes referrals to providers and services in the community.
                      • Collaborates with behavioral health and social service staff to enhance the patient's social safety net.
                      • Participates in program planning and development.
                      • Provides in-service training.
                      • Identifies patients with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) and/or communication barriers and uses appropriate interpretive services; documents use of interpretive services.
                      • Adheres to standard precautions.
                      • Performs related work as required.

                      POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:

                      • Master's Degree in Social Work.
                      • Possession of a Licensed Clinical Social Worker license from the State of Kentucky.
                      • Three years of clinical social work experience, which must have included the use of a personal computer involving internet and word processing software.
                      • An equivalent combination of training and experience may be substituted, as determined applicable by Civil Service.
                      • Child and Family experience will be a plus.

                      SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

                      Must provide own transportation to work at other FHC locations as needed.

                      PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS:

                      • Identifies medical record documentation, requests and/or releases.
                      • Lifts and moves materials weighing up to 10 lbs.
                      • Responds to patient and FHC needs via telephone, internet, fax, computer software and in person.

                      SALARY commensurate with experience

                      Apply online at  louisvilleky.gov

                      AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

                      Contact:

                      Diane Murphy, LCSW,

                      Director of Behavioral Health Services

                      2215 Portland Avenue

                      Louisville, KY   40207

                      502-894-8634


                      Posted 2/18/2015

                      Therapist - Madison, IN

                      Youth Villages

                      **Relocation Assistance!  For this location, we offer a relocation reimbursement of $4,000 if you are relocating from 100 miles away or further.

                      Full-time Position

                      APPLY HERE:

                      http://youthvillages.hodesiq.com/job_detail.asp?JobID=4965484&user_id=

                      OR

                      EMAIL:

                      natalie.schklar@youthvillages.org

                      What is Youth Villages?

                      Youth Villages is a nonprofit organization striving to help troubled youth and families live successfully. We are a team of more than 2,700 individuals who�ve come together across 11 states and the District of Columbia to change the landscape of child welfare and juvenile justice across the country.  Our work involves providing an array of counseling and treatment services to youth with severe emotional and behavioral needs.

                      Eighty-two percent of those who go through treatment are succeeding two years after leaving our program. These youth are living at home, remaining in school, and are not experiencing trouble with the law.

                      We believe strongly in investing in and supporting our employees. We offer candidates opportunities to develop a career and be part of a positive change in our country�s treatment of at-risk youth and families.

                      Can I see myself here?

                      We have found our staff succeed at Youth Villages when they:

                      • Are passionate about social services and dedicated to helping at-risk youth and families
                      • Value feedback and accountability
                      • Value the collaboration that comes from working on a team and thrive working on their own
                      • Enjoy variety in their schedule and not sitting behind a desk all day
                      • Are results and detailed oriented
                      • ; Have a sense of humor and find creative ways to implement ideas
                      • Value a strength-based treatment approach
                      • Can change priorities quickly &#
                      • Are looking for more than just a job

                      How will I make a difference?

                      • Providing in-home counseling services for at-risk youth and families
                      • Managing a small case load of four families to provide quality counseling
                      • Meeting with youth and families regularly to address each family;s needs at their convenience
                      • Providing after hours support to youth and families through being on-call during the week and one weekend a month
                      • Collaborating with youth, family, teachers, and other community members working towards the success of the youth; that could be attending court or meeting with teachers; it depends on what your families needs are in any given week
                      • Providing a strengths-based approach utilizing counseling and social work skills
                      • Attend three weekly meetings (individual, team, and clinical consultation) for professional development to help enhance clinical skills

                      How will you invest in me?

                      One of our core values is that we are committed to our staff. We will help you take your career with us wherever you want it to go. We offer staff:

                      • Affordable access to medical, prescription, dental, and vision insurance plans
                      • Tuition Reimbursement and Licensure Supervision
                      • Priority consideration for leadership openings throughout the organization
                      • Mileage and cell phone reimbursement
                      • Retirement savings pension plan and a 403(b) and FSA
                      • Paid time off: Two weeks for vacation, nine paid holidays, and 12 sick days annually
                      • Supportive leadership and coworkers

                      How can I be considered for the position?

                      You can be considered for this position if you meet the following qualifications:

                      • Master's degree in social services field; degrees that can be considered include: social work, drug and alcohol education or counseling, psychology, counseling, guidance counseling, or marriage and family therapy. Other degrees will have to be evaluated further to determine if they meet the qualifications.
                      • Two years of  clinical experience is required
                      • Strong writing skills and experience with electronic documentation
                      • Acceptable driving record- Two or fewer moving violations within the past 36 months

                      Experience growth and development through our continuous training, as well as tuition and licensure reimbursement, or pursue opportunities to advance both clinically and administratively with Youth Villages.

                      What's next?

                      Are you ready to make difference?

                      EOE

                       


                       

                      Posted 2/10/2015

                      Greater Lakes Mental Healthcare is recruiting for the following positions:

                      Clinical Positions:

                      • Assessor – Access Center – Full Time
                      • Therapist 3 – Adult Outpatient Services – Full Time
                      • Therapist 3 – 72nd Street Clinic – Full Time
                      • Therapist 1– Child and Family Services – Full Time
                      • Therapist 1 – Adult Outpatient Services – Full Time
                      • Therapist 1 – 72nd Street Clinic – Full Time
                      • Mental Health Professional – Jail Transition Services – Full Time
                      • Crisis Intervention Specialist –Emergency Dept. – PT and On Call
                      • Mental Health Professional – Recovery Center – On Call
                      • Mental Health Technician – Recovery Center  - On Call
                      • Residential Counselors – Residential Services – PT and On Call

                      Peer Positions:

                      • Peer Specialist – Emergency Department – Part Time and on call
                      • Peer Case Manager 1 – PORCH Program – Full Time
                      • Peer Mental Health Technician – Recovery Center –On Call
                      • Peer Residential Counselors – Residential Services – On Call

                      Positions at Greater Lakes are posted on an online hiring system called Hyrell. External candidates can review job descriptions and apply for available positions at http://greaterlakes.hyrell.com

                      Greater Lakes Mental Healthcare is a full-service community mental health center, providing behavioral healthcare to the citizens of Pierce County for 50 years. We are conveniently located a few miles south of Tacoma Mall, near the intersection of Bridgeport and Gravelly Lake Drive at 9330 59th Ave SW in Lakewood, WA. Greater Lakes serves over 10,000 individuals each year with a team of over 300 staff.Highly regarded in the mental health field, Greater Lakes Mental Healthcare is as committed to staff satisfaction as we are to great customer service. Greater Lakes values diversity. This is reflected in our culture of open communication, our use of participative decision making, and the high level of mutual respect apparent throughout the agency. Greater Lakes provides an excellent benefit package to staff in Regular Full Time and Regular Part Time positions.


                       


                       

                      Posted 2/10/2015

                      New Hope Services, Inc.

                      Family Preservation Clinical Supervisor - Full time

                      New Hope Services, Inc is looking for a full time Family Preservation Clinical Supervisor.  The Clinical Supervisor provides direct case supervision, processes referrals and assigns cases to Case Managers while adhering to State and Program standards for supervision integrity including state designated EBP therapeutic models.  Position will work primarily out of Clark County but will be responsible for supervision of the program in Clark, Scott, Washington, Harrison and Floyd counties.

                      Essential Supervisor Duties:

                      1. Provide direct case supervision to assigned staff. Adhere to State and Program standards for supervision integrity

                      2. Monitor caseloads of assigned staff. Process referrals and assign cases to Preservation workers

                      3. Know weekly and monthly billing goals for Program and staff. Report any challenges to achieving goals to Director of Family Case Management Services

                      4. Complete assigned supervisor paperwork that can include, Performance Reviews, payroll, monthly deadlines, billing, mileage, and monitoring productivity. Provide training for all new staff

                      5. Evaluate monthly financial statements for Family Preservation Department. Monitor income and expenses that impact the financial status of the Program

                      Essential Case Manager Duties:

                      1. Provide intensive home intervention services including parent education, crisis intervention, counseling, and support
                      2. Maintain all contact records and necessary paperwork for client files in a timely manner. Home visits to be documented with in one week of service .
                      3. Complete monthly reports to Child Protective Services regarding client progress
                      4. Be thoroughly familiar with and review at least annually the Personnel Policies and Procedures of New Hope Services, Inc
                      5. Maintain confidentiality regarding all client contact, personnel, and financial matters of the corporation
                      6. Provide intensive home intervention services including parent education, crisis intervention, counseling, and support
                      7. Maintain all contact records and necessary paperwork for client files in a timely manner. Home visits to be documented with in one week of service
                      8. Complete monthly reports to Child Protective Services regarding client progress
                      9. Be thoroughly familiar with and review at least annually the Personnel Policies and Procedures of New Hope Services, Inc
                      10. Maintain confidentiality regarding all client contact, personnel, and financial matters of the corporation

                      Non-Essential Duties:

                      1. Provide other supportive family services as assigned by the Director of Family and Children Services

                      2. Participate in community collaboratives as needed

                      3. Perform tasks as requested and held directly responsible to the Director of Family and Children Services

                      EDUCATION/ EXPERIENCE:

                      1. Master's degree, Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) approved, in social work, psychology, marriage and family therapy or related human service field is required

                      2. Clinical license issued by the Indiana Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist of Mental Health Counselor Board. As one of the following: 1) Clinical Social Worker 2) Marriage and Family Therapist 3) Mental Health Counselor required

                      Please submit resume online at www.newhopeservices.org or contact Staci Campton, Recruitment Manager at 812-288-8248 ext 134.

                       


                      Posted 2/6/15

                       

                      Enrollment and Match Support Specialist
                      Oldham & Shelby Counties
                      Office Address: 1519 Gardiner Lane, Suite B, Louisville, KY 40218

                      Overview

                      Big Brothers Big Sisters' mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. The Kentuckiana agency has over 40 years of proven success in creating and nurturing friendships between adults and children.

                      One of the most rewarding ways to get involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters is to work with us. A career with Big Brothers Big Sisters is an opportunity to merge your talents and personal values with your desire to make a difference.

                      Every day, we are changing the perspectives of children and enabling them to see the world around them in a more positive light. With that newfound point of view, they can see their potential more clearly and dream bigger about their future. Our success is a result of committed and inspired employees, working together to make a lasting impact on America's youth, schools, and communities.

                      That's obviously true for the children we serve. But it's also true within our organization. We need talented and passionate people. We are committed to a diverse workforce with representation from every walk of life. We recognize how our organization is greatly enhanced when we unite people of diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives.

                      We strive to create a friendly and effective workplace through a climate of mutual respect, challenging work, close supervisory support, autonomy, and a favorable work-life fit. We offer a flexible work schedule designed to make employees more successful at work and at home, with generous leave time, a liberal policy for new parents, including an on-site nursery for children up to four months of age, and even pet-friendly policies.

                      In 2010, Greater Louisville, Inc. awarded our agency the Small Business of the Year Award and the Innovation/Technology Utilization Award. Also in 2010, we received the Alfred P. Sloan Award for Workplace Effectiveness and Flexibility.
                      Job Skills/Requirements
                      The primary function of this position is to ensure that volunteers and children are appropriately enrolled and matched while executing a high degree of independent judgment when utilizing Big Brothers Big Sisters' standards and practices. A high-level customer service, focusing on volunteer options and child safety, is to be demonstrated throughout the volunteer and child enrollment and matching process.  This position will provide match support to ensure child safety, positive impacts for youth, constructive and satisfying relationships between children and volunteers, and a strong sense of affiliation with BBBS on the part of volunteers.

                      Performance Measures: The successful incumbent will produce positive outcomes in the following areas: volunteer yield and processing time; youth yield; youth/parent processing time, match support compliance, match closure rate, match retention rate, average match length, volunteer rematch rate, and customer satisfaction.   

                      Responsibilities:


                      • Conduct volunteer enrollments including: individual orientations, child safety education, interviews, and completion of any other enrollment processes. Assess the necessity of home visits and complete as indicated.
                      • Conduct client enrollments including: parent/child interviews, child safety education and enrollment processes. Assess and refer families for alternative or additional services as needed.
                      • Ensure a high-level of proficiency and skill in applying child safety and risk management knowledge, policies and procedures throughout all aspects of job function. Identify child safety issues for volunteers, children and their families.
                      • Review and follow-up on references as necessary to gain additional data to complete the assessment process.
                      • Conduct volunteer and client reassessments/updates as indicated.
                      • Identify and eliminate any barriers interfering with the completion of the enrollment process.
                      • Review all enrollment information and assessments and make recommendations for participation in the program based on this information. Assess and apply factors contributing to successful match. Effectively align volunteer interests and qualifications with service options of agency. Consult with other service delivery staff and/or supervisor as appropriate.
                      • Determine matches and facilitate match meetings.  Accommodate volunteer and family schedules.
                      • Provide comprehensive assessments and match support recommendations for volunteer and child participation in the program based upon assessments of each individual volunteer.
                      • Maintain accurate and timely records for each match according to standards and utilize technology to report, synthesize and analyze data.
                      • High degree of collaboration with other service delivery staff to ensure smooth transition among functions.
                      • Continually assess the match relationship focusing on: child safety, match relationship development, positive youth development and volunteer satisfaction. Real and/or potential problems and barriers are identified, addressed and resolved as early as possible. Match support is provided on a frequency according to BBBS Standards, at a minimum.
                      • Assess and provide for individual training needs, information and support needs for each match participant to assure a positive youth development experience for the child, and successful and satisfying experience for the volunteer.
                      • Develop strategic interventions to identify and strengthen match relationships that require extra support to continue to grow.
                      • Support Bowl For Kids Sake, Metro United Way, and other agency fundraising initiatives as necessary to maintain the growth of the agency.

                      Additional Information/Benefits
                      Minimum Bachelors degree in social services, human resources or related field.

                      Salary Range: $15.00-$16.00 per hour, 35 hours/week

                      For this position, the successful candidate will also coordinate our high-quality, after school mentoring program. This involves creating activity curricula, managing high school mentors, teaching leadership skills, and nurturing long-lasting match relationships, while working closely with school and after- school personnel.

                      Experience working with both child and adult populations; specific assessment, intake or interview experience preferred. Must have car, valid driver's license, and meet state required automobile insurance minimums.

                      Routine office environment.  Flexible work hours, including evenings and weekends to meet customer needs.   Travel required to local communities, schools and neighborhoods, as well as travel to main office in Louisville as needed.

                      Benefits: Medical Insurance, Life Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, 401K/403b Plan

                      Screening Requirements:
                      Motor Vehicle, Criminal Background Check

                      To apply, please contact:

                      Melissa Gordon
                      Human Resources Manager
                      Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana, Inc.


                       

                      Posted 2/4/15

                      Brook Hospital Dupont

                      Clinical Services Therapist in gero psychiatric unit - "Senior Prospectives"

                      Full Time position

                      Job posting link


                      Posted 2/2/2014

                      Louisville Asthma Project, Program Coordinator - Louisville

                      Propeller Health

                      Full time

                      Please email a copy of your resume with a cover letter to jobs@propellerhealth.com, Attention Meredith Barrett

                      Asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) are two of the most common causes of hospitalization in Jefferson County. With funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and in collaboration with the City of Louisville; Louisville Metro Public Health and Wellness; the Institute for Healthy Air, Water and Soil; The Community Foundation of Louisville; Propeller Health; and local health systems, payers and employers, we are seeking to create a model of collective action to reduce the burden of respiratory disease in Jefferson County. We aim to improve daily self-management of asthma and COPD, improve outcomes, reduce healthcare utilization and costs, and, importantly, better understand the environmental and neighborhood drivers of asthma in the community.

                      Propeller Health is a digital health company using data, design and technology to improve the management of chronic respiratory diseases like asthma and COPD. We are a small and growing team, co-located in the beautiful cities of Madison, Wisconsin and San Francisco, California. We have FDA-approved products, and our goal is use cutting edge design and technology to bring new consumer-centric solutions to the healthcare industry. Our business is growing quickly and we're expanding our team. We'd love to have you join us.

                      Role/Responsibilities

                      In this role, you will be a critical member of the Client Services and Support (CSS) team, reporting to the Director of Client Services and Support. The core of the role is to work closely with the account management team to ensure successful execution of all program deliverables. You will interface with customers and support the day-to-day program operations and logistics of program roll-out, including frequent product training and end-user support.

                      • Drive the day-to-day activities of the successful roll out of the Louisville Asthma Data Project
                      • Support the Grant Manager to successfully execute all program deliverables
                      • Provide top-notch product and program training to our partners
                      • Provide asthma coaching and outreach to individual participants in the Louisville Asthma Data Initiative, as well as outreach and training to providers and care management teams
                      • Collaborate with local partners to provide asthma education opportunities
                      • Ensure accurate and timely data collection, including surveys, sensor-collected data and other data formats
                      • Develop and maintain extraordinary relationships with our partners
                      • Collaborate with Propeller Health's Account Management team to utilize key performance metrics to track and analyze the progress and overall health of the implementation through the program's life cycle
                      • Collaborate with Propeller Health's Account Management team to successfully communicate with internal and external stakeholders in a timely and effective manner, including participation in Propeller Health's regular team calls to keep updated on new technology, and provide regular program updates
                      • Conduct end user outreach and engagement calls as needed and staff Partner Support line with other program coordinators
                      • Support Propeller Health's VP of Operations with inventory preparation, management and quality inspection as needed
                      • Relay product feedback to Propeller Health's account management and product management team, and assist product manager to craft partner requirements for future product releases
                      • Be the partner and end user advocate for internal stakeholders
                      • Constantly identify ways we can improve our partner engagement methodologies and processes, including training curricula, user guides, reporting, etc.

                      Requirements

                      • Warm, engaging, people-oriented, cheerful, scrappy, and fun
                      • 2+ years of customer service experience
                      • Impeccable communication skills and outgoing personality
                      • Organized, diligent, resourceful, versatile, and able to quickly adapt to changing processes in a startup environment
                      • Must be equally comfortable working one-on-one as well as facilitating team meetings
                      • Analytical and strategic mindset
                      • Certified Asthma Educator or other respiratory clinical training a big plus