Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
Feb 15, 2018 Project Manager Over-the-Rhine Community Housing Full Time Over-the-Rhine Community Housing is seeking a Project Manager to join our team of professionals dedicated to ensuring that Over-the-Rhine remains an inclusive community that benefits low-income reside Details
Ashleigh Finke

Over-the-Rhine Community Housing

afinke@otrch.org

513-381-1171

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otrch.org

Full Time

Over-the-Rhine Community Housing is seeking a Project Manager to join our team of professionals dedicated to ensuring that Over-the-Rhine remains an inclusive community that benefits low-income residents.  As a key member of the Real Estate Development Team, you will be responsible for furthering the vision of quality stable housing for all in a socially, racially and economically inclusive community through the creation of new housing, capital repairs of existing housing, and management of commercial and land assets.  Please submit a letter of interest and resume to our Director of Real Estate Development, Ashleigh Finke at afinke@otrch.org by February 26, 2018.

Feb 15, 2018 Child Abuse Treatment Services Therapist Florence, KY- Family Nurturing Center Full Time Position Summary: The Child Abuse Treatment Services Therapist  is responsible for providing high quality direct clinical services to children and adults impacted by sexual abuse and other viole Details
Bobbie Webster

Family Nurturing Center

bobbie.webster@familynurture.org

858-525-3200

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Full Time

Position Summary:

The Child Abuse Treatment Services Therapist  is responsible for providing high quality direct clinical services to children and adults impacted by sexual abuse and other violent crimes, as well as their non-offending family members.     

 

Key Areas of Responsibility:

  1. 1.       Provide high quality clinical services for appropriate clients.

Activities:

 

  • Receive referrals, complete phone screens, and intake and assessment  appointments to determine eligibility for services
  • Design a case plan with treatment goals for each client receiving individual counseling services and update progress regularly
  • Provide individual and/or family counseling services as determined by treatment plan.
  • Lead appropriate group-based services as requested by the Program Coordinator.
  • Adhere to the specified evidenced based practices as outlined by Family Nurturing Center
  • Inform clients about their right to victim compensation and assist them in filing as needed.
  • Make recommendations and assist in transition to group based services when appropriate.
  • Provide referrals and assistance in accessing other appropriate community resources.
  • Provide ongoing review and updates to program curricula to maintain best practices.
  • Maintain contact with referring agency as needed, including the submission of attendance/progress reports as requested.

 

  1. Maintain appropriate written documentation of programmatic and administrative aspects. 

Activities:

  • Maintain accurate and complete client records, including intake information, telephone contact with clients and/or other relevant parties, client progress notes, pre and post testing, referrals, termination forms and recommendations. 
  • Maintain accurate program statistics and outcomes and submit to treatment director by stated deadlines. 

 

  1. 3.      Coordinate services with other appropriate social service agencies, law enforcement personnel and victims service providers and make referrals as necessary.

Activities:

  • Develop/maintain relationships with key partners.
  • Maintain appropriate documentation of all referrals.
  • Provide information/testimony to the court as needed and in accordance with agency policies.
  • Serve as a representative on community collaboratives. 

 

  1. Participate in ongoing professional development opportunities.

Activities:

  • Participate in 24 hours of related training annually.
  • Participate in scheduled supervision with the CATS Program Coordinator

 

  1. Other duties as assigned.

 

 

Job Requirements:

Master’s degree in Social Work or related field with relevant clinical licensure(Will consider candidates whose degree will be obtained by June 1st).  Two years direct experience with children and families in therapeutic settings.  Knowledge of child sexual abuse, child development.   Thorough understanding of the child welfare and court system required.  Equivalent experience and education may be considered. 

 

All positions atFamilyNurturingCenterrequire a shared vision and philosophy that promotes and enhances the agency mission, the ability to handle sensitive information and maintain high level of confidentiality, and demonstrated cultural competence and the ability to work effectively with diverse groups of people.

 

Feb 15, 2018 Clinical Supervisor for Parenting Enrichment Services/Visitation Services Cincinnati - Family Nurturing Center Full Time Position Summary: Oversee comprehensive parenting services for families referred by the Hamilton County Department of Jobs and Family Services, and serve as a supervisor to employees within the paren Details
Bobbie Webster

Family Nurturing Center

bobbie.webster@familynurture.org


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Full Time

Position Summary:

Oversee comprehensive parenting services for families referred by the Hamilton County Department of Jobs and Family Services, and serve as a supervisor to employees within the parenting enrichment program as well as a minimum of three Visitation Facilitators.

 

Primary Duties:

  • Complete formal Parenting Assessments for referred families to identify parenting strengths and struggles, barriers to successful participation in services, and needed additional service resources.
  • Develop in conjunction with the family, a family plan with specific goals and tasks that will help the parent achieve identified goals, including achieving optimal success with attachment and bonding, increasing developmentally appropriate parenting skills, healthy communication strategies, and responding to their child’s emotional needs.
  • Provide direct clinical intervention, coaching and education services to families using a range of  techniques that include  Child Adult Relationship Enhancement, Combined Parent Child Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Parent Child Interaction Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Trauma Informed Care, and Nurturing Parenting Model.
  • Serve as a liaison with JFS for on site team meetings. 
  • Supervise clinically and administratively the employees of the parenting enrichments service program and a minimum of three Visitation Facilitators.
  • Meet with employees to provide strengths based feedback on the live coaching session and to review associated documentation to look for consistency in intervention and documents.
  • Provide appropriate individual and group based services in the office, home or community based upon the needs of the family and case plan, in conjunction with HCJFS. 
  • Maintain accurate and thorough case files on each child/family.
  • Maintain accurate and thorough supervision files on each employee
  • Assist families in accessing other needed services through referral and advocacy efforts.
  • Prepare and submit objective documentation to HCJFS and the court based on services, progress and assessed strengths and struggles.
  • Participate as a team member with HCJFS and provide input into permanency planning and needed services for children served. 
  • Complete required paperwork, including outcome measures, summaries, evaluation criteria, monthly statistics and other agency forms.
  • Maintain solid working relationships with staff from the HCJFS.
  • Conduct oneself in a manner that builds up agency and program morale recognizing the higher standards set by this position as clinical and administrative supervisor of employees
  • Attend agency staff meetings, team meetings, group and individual clinical supervision as scheduled and attend agency-wide meetings, retreats and special events.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Treatment Services, or FNC Management Staff.
  • Ability to lift up to 40 lbs.

 

Job Requirements:               

Master’s Degree and basic level licensure if offered or completed degree in relevant human services field is required. Knowledge of, and experience working with children and families is expected. Knowledge of child development, trauma informed care, nurturing approaches to parenting, verbal de-escalation techniques, as well as knowledge of child welfare dynamics is required.  Ability to provide motivational leadership and above average team work building and enhancement skills are a must.  Above average communication skills are required. Competency in Microsoft Office, including Word and Excel are a must. All positions at Family Nurturing Center require a shared vision and philosophy that promotes and enhances the agency mission, the ability to handle sensitive information and maintain high level of confidentiality, and demonstrated cultural competence and the ability to work effectively with diverse groups of people.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

Experience and training in trauma informed care, PCIT application, CPC-CBT and

Motivational interviewing skills are preferred, as well as previous experience with

the child welfare population

 

Independent Licensure for degree preferred

Feb 15, 2018 Visitation Facilitator Cincinnati Family Nurturing Center Full Time Position Summary: Provide supervised visitation services for families referred by the Hamilton County Department of Jobs and Family Services.   Primary Duties: Supervise and observe visita Details
Bobbie Webster

Family Nurturing Center

bobbie.webster@familynurture.org

859-525-3200

264 Full Link


Full Time

Position Summary:

Provide supervised visitation services for families referred by the Hamilton County Department of Jobs and Family Services.

 

Primary Duties:

  • Supervise and observe visitation to ensure safe and nurturing interactions.
  • Provide modeling and parenting education in accordance with the Nurturing Philosophy of Parenting.
  • Provide intervention techniques and feedback to participating families.
  • Maintain accurate and thorough case files on each child/family.
  • Assist families in accessing other needed services through referral and advocacy efforts.
  • Prepare and submit objective summaries to JFS and the court based on observation of the child, family and visits.
  • Provide visitation on-site, in community, in-home or in other settings as dictated by the case plan. Perform visitation services in the office, in the client home, or other community location determined appropriate based on referral and assessment of safety.
  • Participate as a team member and provide input into permanency planning and needed services for children served. 
  • Complete required paperwork, including pre-tests, and post-tests, summaries, assessments, evaluation criteria, monthly statistics and other agency forms.
  • Maintain solid working relationships with staff from the Hamilton County JFS.
  • Attend agency staff meetings, team meetings, and individual supervision as scheduled.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Visitation Coordinator, or FNC Management Staff.
  • Ability to lift up to 40 lbs.

 

Job Requirements:               

Bachelor’s Degree in relevant human services field required.  Equivalent experience and

education considered.  Knowledge/experience of working with children and families. 

Knowledge of child development, nurturing approaches to parenting, and verbal de-

escalation techniques.  Above-average communication skills. Competency in Microsoft Office, including Word and Excel.   All positions at Family Nurturing Center require a shared vision and philosophy that promotes and enhances the agency mission, the ability to handle sensitive information and maintain high level of confidentiality, and demonstrated cultural competence and the ability to work effectively with diverse groups of people.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

Experience and/or training in trauma informed care and motivation interviewing skills are

preferred.

 

Feb 13, 2018 Executive Director Keep Cincinnati Beautiful Full Time Keep Cincinnati Beautiful (KCB) is a nonprofit 501(c) 3 organization focused on decreasing litter and blight, improving neighborhoods, educating children and adults about the environment, and cultivat Details
Marissa Reed

Keep Cincinnati Beautiful

info@keepcincinnatibeautiful.org

(513)352-4380

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Full Time

Keep Cincinnati Beautiful (KCB) is a nonprofit 501(c) 3 organization focused on decreasing litter and blight, improving neighborhoods, educating children and adults about the environment, and cultivating community pride. The KCB mission is to educate and encourage individuals to take greater responsibility for their community environments. KCB’s education, revitalization and environmental initiatives build community and foster pride in the places where we live, work and play. Our grassroots network of neighbors, sponsors and volunteers put passion to work across all 52 neighborhoods, creating safer, cleaner spaces and a higher quality of life for all Cincinnatians.

The Keep Cincinnati Beautiful Executive Director is not a City of Cincinnati Employee.

KCB is currently seeking an executive director--a dynamic individual with strong strategic, leadership and fundraising skills. This person must be able to cultivate immediate and long term relationships and partnerships that sustain the viability of the organization and its ability to meet its mission. Internal responsibilities for this position are: fundraising, marketing, asset management, financial oversight and human resources. The executive director reports to and is accountable to the Board of Trustees.
The executive director is charged with hiring, evaluating, administering employee benefits and handling other personnel matters. He/She provides oversight for financial affairs of the organization, including budget approval, preparation of financial position statements, and ensures financial policies and procedures are followed. The executive director oversees the development and implementation of fundraising plans, including preparing and/or supervising foundation grants and corporate proposals.

Duties, Functions and Chief Responsibilities:

Human Resources: The executive director is the chief executive officer/managing director of the organization. All staff report directly or indirectly through the Director of Programming to the executive director.

Strategy: The executive director steers the organization’s strategic development including leading strategic planning, framework and methodology, and its engagement and buy-in from the KCB staff, community and the KCB Board. The executive director also has primary responsibility to ensure the organization is following its charted course, through regular check-ins with staff (goal setting/performance management) and board (reports.)

Fundraising: The executive director manages a portfolio of relationships and partnerships with significant impact upon the short and long-term budgets of KCB including the Mayor, City Council, City Department Directors (primarily the Director of the Department of Public Services), and key influencers within city government as the majority of the KCB budget comes from the City of Cincinnati. The executive director also maintains relations with leaders of key public and private philanthropic investors and grantors.

Business Developer & Promoter: The executive director works with the director of programming to explore strategic partnerships, grant opportunities and new ventures for the organization, in order to fulfill and sustain its mission. He or she is also responsible to create, maintain and foster strategic (or partnering) relationships with key customers of Keep Cincinnati Beautiful namely the City of Cincinnati. He/She is strategically deployed to speak to key audiences and individuals to promote Keep Cincinnati Beautiful.

Visionary: The executive director is the chief visionary for the organization, for fulfillment of its mission, organization development and initiative creation especially with regard to litter abatement and elimination in the City of Cincinnati.

Board Liaison: The executive director serves as the primary relationship manager between KCB’s Board of Trustees and its staff. The responsibilities of the executive director are carried out within established guidelines so the organizational, fundraising, budgetary, community relations and volunteer objectives are achieved. The executive director helps structure and populate board committees to the full advancement of these organizational goals. The executive director works closely with the board’s executive committee to develop agendas for full board meetings. The executive director also assists the board in its board recruitment processes to ensure the long-term development of board members. Further, the executive director creates a culture of partnership between the board and staff based on genuine trust and respect.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

-A demonstrated interest in and commitment to the revitalization and livability of urban neighborhoods and the preservation of the environment
-A deep understanding and respect for the sources that provide KCB its funding and a willingness to adhere to the accounting standards and documentation required by these sources
-Visionary with goals and actionable plans for the growth and development of the organization and its initiatives
-Demonstrated ability to raise funds from individuals, corporations, foundations and government
-Demonstrated ability to build a team through inclusive and open hiring practices
-Demonstrated ability to build a professional culture in which people want to engage, commit, and grow
-Demonstrated ability to manage positive financial outcomes from a variety of changing sources
-Knowledge of financial statements, budgeting process and accounting procedures
-Ability to communicate and work effectively with people from a variety of socio-economic, racial, ethnic, religious and political backgrounds, beliefs and practices
-Comfortable with group processes; a good sense of humor and patience
-Willingness to get “hands dirty” and actively participate in KCB events
-Ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously
-Ability and comfort in the delegation of tasks and knowledge
-Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed
-Ability to lift 30 lbs. and participate in outdoor/physical activities
-Ability to vet grants and other opportunities based on the staff workload, available unrestricted funding, grant expectations and synchronicity with KCB’s mission
-Proficient at commonly used office software programs such as Word, Excel, QuickBooks, etc.

Characteristics of a Strong Candidate:

The executive director will be a person of vision, strength, energy and good humor. The executive director will be highly motivated; ambitious in his/her role to fulfill KCB’s mission. The executive director will be a “dot-connector,” integrating trends and information from external and internal sources for the good of KCB. The executive director will listen to the wisdom of others in making decisions, and regularly seek input from colleagues in matters of import to KCB. The executive director will trust staff, providing them freedom to perform according to their strengths and develop them in their areas of opportunity. The executive director will be diplomatic, recognizing the breadth of relationships under KCB’s care. The executive director will be KCB’s number one cheerleader, and an enthusiastic and effective storyteller. Knowledge and familiarity with Cincinnati neighborhoods is highly desired, but not required.

Education and/or equivalent experience:

A Bachelor’s degree is required, and a master’s degree preferred. 5-10 years of management and major fundraising experience is required. A background in non-profits and passion for the environment and community development preferred. Experience in community affairs, government or other related field is highly desirable. A demonstrable interest in KCB’s mission is essential.

High Priority Roles and Responsibilities:

 Leadership
o Thinking and acting strategically - being able to pull a strategic plan together
o Building alignment among staff, among the board and between the staff and board
o Defining relationship with primary donor organizations (city and county); being clear about deliverables
o Being visionary about KCB’s future (goals and programming)
o Holding staff and board accountable

 Development (fund raising)
o Strong development background in annual development planning, events, grants, donor development, corporate development

 Marketing
o Extending the brand
o Networking
o Relationship builder
o Increasing community awareness

 Administration
o Oversight of all financial areas; budget, management of funds, increasing fiscal responsibility of staff

High Priority Competencies:

 Executive presence; to be able to work with the board, corporations and other donors, and the city
 Ability to keep people aligned to a strategy; staff, board, city
 Management of performance; defining and making staff, board, and community partners accountable for deliverables
 Prioritization of work
 Innovation; enabling the organization to grow beyond its responsibilities to the city
 Team development; staff and board
 Negotiation skills; particularly in relation to the city
 Strong communication skills; written and oral
 Board development; building a sustainable board with the right focus - based on operational needs

Apply by Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Feb 8, 2018 Chief Financial Officer Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services Full Time Job Title:  Chief Financial Officer   Location/Program:  1501 Madison Road, Cincinnati, OH 45206   Hours Work Per Week:  Full-time     Greater Cincinnati Details
Claire HR Recruiting Coordinator

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services

cspradlin@gcbhs.com

513-354-7035

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Full Time

Job Title:  Chief Financial Officer

 

Location/Program:  1501 Madison Road, Cincinnati, OH 45206

 

Hours Work Per Week:  Full-time  

 

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) is announcing immediate recruitment for our Chief Financial Officer position, we are seeking a highly qualified, experienced, self directed/motivated professional to join our Executive Leadership team. 

 

As the region’s most comprehensive community behavioral healthcare organization, GCB seeks to make life better and brighter for those challenged with severe mental illness and addiction.  Specifically, GCB is a $42M non-profit behavioral health agency with over 650 staff serving over 30,000 persons annually.

 

Position Summary: 

 

Reports to the President & CEO and is an integral part of the Executive Leadership team that drives the Agency.  Leads an experienced team of management and operational staff.  Is responsible for maximizing the financial functions of the Agency including financial processes and reporting, billings, payables, receivables, payroll, general ledger, risk management, budgeting, cash/investment monitoring and management.

 

Qualifications:

 

Master’s degree in Business Administration or related field or CPA, with a minimum of 5 years experience in a senior management level position. Demonstrated leadership and supervisory experience required.  Experience in health care, non profits, or Medicaid/Medicare billing is advantageous. High level of adaptability in a rapidly changing environment.  Demonstrated management competence in financial analysis, cost analysis, budgeting, cash flow analysis, accounting and management information systems necessary.  Proficiency in Excel and related accounting programs required.  Adaptive Planning software experience a plus.

 

 

 

Interested candidates can reach out to:

John L. Sarra, Director of HR

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services

Cincinnati, OH 45206

jsarra@gcbhs.com

513-354-7049

Feb 7, 2018 Court and Corrections Clincal Practices Director Talbert House Full Time Talbert House has a career opening for a Court and Corrections Clinical Practice Director   WORK LOCATION: Cincinnati, Ohio WORK HOURS: 1st Shift, Monday through Friday FLSA STATUS: Salary Ex Details
Tasha Bell

Talbert House

Tasha.Bell@talberthouse.org

513-751-7747 ext. 1025

260 Full Link


Full Time

Talbert House has a career opening for a Court and Corrections Clinical Practice Director
 
WORK LOCATION: Cincinnati, Ohio
WORK HOURS: 1st Shift, Monday through Friday
FLSA STATUS: Salary Exempt
JOB TYPE: Full time
 
POSITION SUMMARY:
Talbert House is looking for a dedicated clinical professional to work within our Court and Corrections Service line to ensure quality and fidelity to our treatment model. The Court and Corrections Clinical Practice Director will serve as an agency expert in correctional best practice and treatment of substance use disorders outcomes with a focus to strategically link training with best practice strategies.
 
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
  • Oversee clinical service practices across the service line in accordance with specific contracts, licensing, certification, accreditation, and agency standards.
  • Identify, implement, train and monitor use of evidence-based models to drive program development, implementation and assure fidelity to best practice in:
    • Court and Corrections
    • Substance Use
  • Monitor and complete fidelity reports and tracking.
  • Provide technical assistance in program development, implementation and evaluation.
  • Oversee initiatives for effective clinical services.
  • Enhance collaboration and cooperation between service lines to ensure service integration.
  • Development and initiation of clinical models, tools and curriculum
  • Ensure compliance with documentation and regulatory requirements:
 
The above job functions are intended to describe the general nature of the position.  The detailed position description will give more specific detail on duties and responsibilities.
 
QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in area of focus
  • Licensed Psychologist or LISW or LPCC or IMFT or LICDC (An Independent license is required)
  • Master’s degree in Social Sciences or related area and computer skills are required.
JOB SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS:
  • Foster teamwork and a positive work environment.
  • Provide coaching/mentoring to motivate and develop staff resources.
  • Lead meetings/trainings as necessary
  • Drive locally to meetings and trainings, etc.
 
Duties and additional experience or requirements may vary by position.
 
TALBERT HOUSE BENEFITS:
  • No Deductible health insurance, dental, vision
  • Company paid short term and long term disability
  • Onsite continue education training and continued education reimbursements
  • Paid time off and sick time accrues from day one
  • And more!
 
To perform this job successfully, as individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required, but do not encompass all potential job functions. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.
 
Talbert House employs, promotes and contracts without regards to race, gender, color, national origin, ethnicity, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, age, sex, religion, or genetic information. Talbert House is an EO/AA Employer/M/F/Protected Vet/Disabled & an equal provider of services.
 
AGENCY DESCRIPTION:
Talbert House is a community-wide nonprofit network of social services with programs focusing on prevention, assessment, treatment and reintegration. Each year, Talbert House helps thousands of men, women and children across Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky overcome adversity to become healthy and productive citizens through programs in community corrections, mental health, substance abuse and welfare-to-work
Feb 7, 2018 Associate Director- Female Youth! Sign On Bonus! Talbert House Full Time Talbert House has a career opening for a Associate Director AD-1                       &n Details
Tasha Bell

Talbert House

Tasha.Bell@talberthouse.org

513-751-7747 ext. 1025

259 Full Link


Full Time

Talbert House has a career opening for a Associate Director AD-1
                                                                    
WORK LOCATION:  1515 Carll St.    
WORK HOURS:  1st Shift    
FLSA STATUS: Salary Exempt
JOB TYPE: Regular Full-Time
JOB CODE: 07042 - 210
 
POSITION SUMMARY:
Manages the day to day clinical and operations of the site and provides leadership to employees.   
                                              
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
  • Direct, plan, coordinate, develop and monitor all aspects of operations including, but not limited to, strategic planning, financial oversight, marketing, and management
  • Develop, oversee and submit operational budgets. Oversee referrals and census to maintain targeted budget. Generate and use financial and programmatic outcomes for continuous quality improvement.
  • Hires, trains and coaches staff ensuring proactive, positive leadership
  • Provide clinical supervision to therapists and case managers
  • Administratively supervise Operation Lead, Trainer/Coach and clinical staff
  • Work collaboratively with the site and agency leadership teams on initiatives for effective site operations
  • Oversee the clinical delivery of services in accordance with the contract, licensing, certification, accreditation and agency standards. Use evidence-based models to drive program development, implementation and ensuring fidelity to best practices
  • Follow protocols in responding to, reporting and resolving unusual incidents. Use crisis intervention skills and anticipate/prevent crises. Ensure staff are properly trained in crisis intervention and management to reduce risk
  • Ensure continuous quality improvement, quality assurance and compliance across service areas. Accurately assess and meeting training and supervision needs by using program data and best practices
  • Assure current policies and procedures for operations and compliance with all appropriate local, state and federal regulations
  • Act as a liaison within the community and local/regional stakeholders to promote goals, collaboration and growth of the agency
  • Minimize risks, financial and otherwise, through training, data collection analysis and forecasting
  • Monitor and complete reports according to requirements
  • Other duties as assigned
The above job functions are intended to describe the general nature of the position.  The detailed position description will give more specific detail on duties and responsibilities.
 
QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:
  • Master’s in Social Sciences or related area, or equivalent experience
  • Independent clinical licensure required
  • Supervisory designation required within six months of date of hire
  • Must be able to pass internal competency test on clinical documentation software (CATT)
  • Computer skills
  • Valid Driver’s license and auto insurance
JOB SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS:
  • Effectively coach staff; handling performance problems and implementing development plans
  • Build strong relationships with leaders and employees
  • Effectively manage project
Duties and additional experience or requirements may vary by position.
  
To perform this job successfully, as individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required, but do not encompass all potential job functions. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.
 
Talbert House employs, promotes and contracts without regards to race, gender, color, national origin, ethnicity, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, age, sex, religion, or genetic information. Talbert House is an EO/AA Employer/M/F/Protected Vet/Disabled & an equal provider of services.
 
AGENCY DESCRIPTION:
Talbert House is a community-wide nonprofit network of social services with programs focusing on prevention, assessment, treatment and reintegration. Each year, Talbert House helps thousands of men, women and children across Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky overcome adversity to become healthy and productive citizens through programs in community corrections, mental health, substance abuse, welfare-to-work and housing
Feb 1, 2018 Maternal Services Coordinator First Step Home Part Time Maternal Services Coordinator - Part Time Job Description SUPERVISED BY: Director of Clinical Services SUPERVISES: N/A SUMMARY:  Provides clinical duties and administrative duties f Details
Cindy fischer

First Step Home

Cindy.Fischer@firststephome.org


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Part Time

Maternal Services Coordinator - Part Time

Job Description

SUPERVISED BY: Director of Clinical Services

SUPERVISES: N/A

SUMMARY:  Provides clinical duties and administrative duties for the Maternal Addictions Program. Job would be shared with current Maternal Services Coordinator. Would entail working three days per week for three months.  Possibility of full time employment after three months.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1.  Provides individual counseling, group counseling, case management and crisis intervention to clients using the Maternal Addictions curriculum, as established.

2.  Works with the client and client’s counselor to develop an Individual Treatment Plan according to ODMHAS and CARF person/family-centered standards.

3.  Reviews and monitors services and activities for the Maternal Addictions Program, documenting progress toward goals established in the Maternal Addictions Plan.

4.  Works with potential M.A.P. partners on inclusion in the program.

5.  Provides in-house smoking cessation as outlined in the Maternal Addictions Operating Plan.

6.  Works with community resources to meet/expand the Maternal Addictions Program.

7.  Communicates to the Director of Clinical Services pertinent clinical data for review.

8.  Coordinates with Glad House on delivery of specialized services to mothers and children.

9.  Coordinates with current M.A.P. partners on program issues and resolutions of barriers.

10.  Attends individual supervision session with the Clinical Director.

11.  Participates in the recommendations of clients for phase determination, continued stay, termination or successful discharge.

12.  Through Individual Counseling, Group Counseling, Case Management, Crisis Intervention and other billable services, generates direct billable service hours according to First Step Home standards, as established in the annual review.

13.  Submits all documents relevant to services rendered according to First Step Home, Inc. timelines.

14.  Works to attain the goals as written in job performance evaluations.

15.  Abides by the standards as set forth in First Step Home’s Compliance Plan and Code of Conduct.

16.  Follows all safety rules and safe health practices at First Step Home, Inc.

17.  Pursues training necessary for enhancing clinical skills and acquiring and maintaining appropriate credentials and licenses.

18.  Complies with all agency policies, procedures, and directives of immediate supervisor, the President/CEO and the Board of Trustees of First Step Home, Inc.

19.  Follows the Core Values of First Step Home, Inc.

20.  Provides other duties as assigned.

      First Step Home is a residential and outpatient treatment program dedicated to women's centered care for addictions and co-occurring mental health and trauma related issues. The agency is nationally accredited by CARF and certified to provide services by the Ohio Mental Health Addiction Services Board.  The agency is focused on bringing best practices, collaborative partnerships and diversification of funding needed to address the needs of women of all ages and life stages that bring complex issues to the recovery program.

First Step Home was founded in 1993 in response to the need for a residential treatment facility that would permit children, ages 0 through 12, to live with their mother during treatment. This facility increased participation in substance abuse treatment and reduced the barrier of women being forced to place their children in foster care for extended periods of time. Clients of First Step Home include single women, pregnant women, women with criminal justice involvement and women with long histories of abuse. Please visit our website at www.firststephome.org. EOE

We are an exciting, talented  diverse group dedicated to  women's sustained recovery from substance abuse, mental health issues and trauma.

 

 Requirements

QUALIFICATIONS

  Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling or related field required

  Master’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling or related field preferred.

  Nursing experience preferred.

  Licensure Required: LSW, LCDC III required

LISW, LPC, LPCC or LICDC preferred

  Two years experience working in the field of behavior health

Jan 31, 2018 Volunteer Programs Assistant Keep Cincinnati Beautiful Part Time Position: Volunteer Programs Assistant Cincinnati is beautiful. We’re committed to keeping it that way. KCB’s education, revitalization and environmental initiatives build community and f Details
Megan Beck

Keep Cincinnati Beautiful

megan@keepcincinnatbeautiful.org

513-352-4385

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Part Time

Position: Volunteer Programs Assistant

Cincinnati is beautiful. We’re committed to keeping it that way. KCB’s education, revitalization and environmental initiatives build community and foster pride in the places where we live, work and play. Our grassroots network of neighbors, sponsors and volunteers put passion to work across all 52 neighborhoods, creating safer, cleaner spaces and a higher quality of life for all Cincinnatians.

Keep Cincinnati Beautiful is seeking a Volunteer Programs Assistant to support the Volunteer Programs Manager and to support the overall operation of the organization.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Offer general office operations support
    • Check voice mail messages, sort mail, answer phone
    • Provide assistance to Volunteer Programs Manager
      • Database management, data entry, sorting
      • Daily operations of Great American Cleanup program
        • Communicating with organizers
        • Maintaining database of events and results
        • Providing relevant social media and website information to help promote events
  • Assist with KCB Volunteer events and Corporate events
    • Accompany manager on site visits
    • Preparing tools, supplies
    • Team lead on the day of the event
    • Follow up communications and thank you
    • Provide assistance with cleaning and organizing tools or supplies in our garage

Skills and Attributes:

  • Enjoys multi-tasking
  • Comfortable working in databases
  • Self-motivated
  • Works well on a team and collaborates with others
  • Enjoys working on cleanup and beautification projects with the community
  • Passionate about KCB’s mission
  • Strong writer and communicator
  • Extremely organized

 

Other Requirements:

  • Reliable transportation
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and Google Apps

 

*This is a (paid) temporary, part time position to be filled immediately and held through June 2018. Must be available on Saturdays.

To apply, please send resume to Megan@KeepCincinnatiBeautiful.org

Jan 30, 2018 IT Specialist Welcome House Full Time Details
Human Resources

Welcome House

humanresources@welcomehouseky.org

859-431-8717

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Jan 26, 2018 Director, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time   United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC) is seeking a dynamic leader to develop, oversee and implement a comprehensive diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) plan that aligns with the organizati Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

513-762-7197

254 Full Link


www.uwgc.org

Full Time

 

United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC) is seeking a dynamic leader to develop, oversee and implement a comprehensive diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) plan that aligns with the organization’s strategic objectives and goal to be an Employer of Choice.

The Director will develop, implement and monitor programs that promote DEI within the company. Responsible for developing training and initiatives to create and foster an open and inclusive environment. Partner with Human Resources (HR) for employee relations and diversity-related issues.  

KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: 

Responsible for developing and executing diversity, equity and inclusion strategies for the organization.

  • Translate strategies into tactical plans with clear actions, accountability, and goals to promote best in class equitable DEI practices.

  • Collaborate with HR and leaders on sourcing, hiring and retaining diverse candidates by connecting with professional organizations and leveraging social media and community connections. Develop programs to attract, retain, and promote a diverse workforce.

  • Consults to improve our organization’s environment; ensuring we foster a culture that is inclusive, innovative, willing to take risks, that proactively leverages multiple dimensions of diversity.

    Develop training opportunities to educate employees and managers on how to recognize, accommodate and appreciate individual differences and how these can be bridged back to assist in meeting the business plan. Serve as a change agent to provide solutions, resources and training on DEI related topics.

    Build pro-active relationships within the organization and within the community with cross-functional subject matter experts to ensure alignment and focus on diversity and inclusion in all practices. Partner with senior leadership team to integrate DEI into core decisions through the organization.

    Research and develop metrics for measuring the effectiveness of diversity initiatives implemented and prepare quarterly reports to senior management on the value of the initiatives. Develops, improves and oversees DEI metrics and dashboards. Tracks & analyzes key metrics and partners with leaders to drive improvement.

    Keeps current on diversity programs and developments by maintaining contact with others in the field (e.g., professional association and educational groups and professional development efforts).

    Stays current on emerging issues and trends in DEI work and makes recommendations as there are opportunities.

  • Oversee external partnerships, memberships and networking relationships. Responsible for outreach relationships with diversity related organizations. Supports development team’s affinity groups by partnering with team members to develop strategies to support their work.

  • Builds and grows relationships with national, local and specialized D&I organizations and professional development organizations, as is relevant to the fulfillment of the organization’s strategic action plan and goals.

  • Advisor for the Inclusiveness Council and employee resource groups. Ensures each has developed and executes on annual goals, strategies and action plans.  Develop succession planning for group leadership.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in the social sciences, human resources, business or related disciplines, or equivalent experience required (Master’s preferred). 

  • Five to eight years professional work experience in workplace diversity, equity, inclusion & culture. Minimum of five years of experience with managing organizational diversity initiatives and ability to successfully engage in and manage community relationships required. 

  • Excellent written and verbal communications along with presentation skills, required. 

  • Excellent project management and organizational skills required. 

  • Must be self-initiating, exercise good judgment, and be able to work with minimal supervision. 

  • Demonstrated effectiveness managing diverse stakeholders including but not limited to executives, employee groups, external vendors and consultants.

  • Candidate must be collaborative and creative.

  • Well-versed in EEOC, Affirmative Action and Compliance required.

  • Strong analytical skills and ability to translate metrics, research and trends into strategy. 

  • Proven influencing and relationship building skills with internal and external partners and people from various backgrounds and cultures. 

  • Occasional local travel to events within the regional area. 

Applicants should apply by Friday, February 9, 2018 via the link below:  

http://www.uwgc.org/about-us/careers 

UWGC is an Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Diversity

 

DIRECTOR, DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION

 

United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC) is seeking a dynamic leader to develop, oversee and implement a comprehensive diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) plan that aligns with the organization’s strategic objectives and goal to be an Employer of Choice.

The Director will develop, implement and monitor programs that promote DEI within the company. Responsible for developing training and initiatives to create and foster an open and inclusive environment. Partner with Human Resources (HR) for employee relations and diversity-related issues.

 

KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:

 

Responsible for developing and executing diversity, equity and inclusion strategies for the organization.

  • Translate strategies into tactical plans with clear actions, accountability, and goals to promote best in class equitable DEI practices.

  • Collaborate with HR and leaders on sourcing, hiring and retaining diverse candidates by connecting with professional organizations and leveraging social media and community connections. Develop programs to attract, retain, and promote a diverse workforce.

  • Consults to improve our organization’s environment; ensuring we foster a culture that is inclusive, innovative, willing to take risks, that proactively leverages multiple dimensions of diversity.

    Develop training opportunities to educate employees and managers on how to recognize, accommodate and appreciate individual differences and how these can be bridged back to assist in meeting the business plan. Serve as a change agent to provide solutions, resources and training on DEI related topics.

    Build pro-active relationships within the organization and within the community with cross-functional subject matter experts to ensure alignment and focus on diversity and inclusion in all practices. Partner with senior leadership team to integrate DEI into core decisions through the organization.

    Research and develop metrics for measuring the effectiveness of diversity initiatives implemented and prepare quarterly reports to senior management on the value of the initiatives. Develops, improves and oversees DEI metrics and dashboards. Tracks & analyzes key metrics and partners with leaders to drive improvement.

    Keeps current on diversity programs and developments by maintaining contact with others in the field (e.g., professional association and educational groups and professional development efforts).

    Stays current on emerging issues and trends in DEI work and makes recommendations as there are opportunities.

  • Oversee external partnerships, memberships and networking relationships. Responsible for outreach relationships with diversity related organizations. Supports development team’s affinity groups by partnering with team members to develop strategies to support their work.

  • Builds and grows relationships with national, local and specialized D&I organizations and professional development organizations, as is relevant to the fulfillment of the organization’s strategic action plan and goals.

  • Advisor for the Inclusiveness Council and employee resource groups. Ensures each has developed and executes on annual goals, strategies and action plans.  Develop succession planning for group leadership.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in the social sciences, human resources, business or related disciplines, or equivalent experience required (Master’s preferred). 

  • Five to eight years professional work experience in workplace diversity, equity, inclusion & culture. Minimum of five years of experience with managing organizational diversity initiatives and ability to successfully engage in and manage community relationships required. 

  • Excellent written and verbal communications along with presentation skills, required. 

  • Excellent project management and organizational skills required. 

  • Must be self-initiating, exercise good judgment, and be able to work with minimal supervision. 

  • Demonstrated effectiveness managing diverse stakeholders including but not limited to executives, employee groups, external vendors and consultants.

  • Candidate must be collaborative and creative.

  • Well-versed in EEOC, Affirmative Action and Compliance required.

  • Strong analytical skills and ability to translate metrics, research and trends into strategy. 

  • Proven influencing and relationship building skills with internal and external partners and people from various backgrounds and cultures. 

  • Occasional local travel to events within the regional area.

 

Applicants should apply by Friday, February 9, 2018 via the link below:

 

http://www.uwgc.org/about-us/careers

 

UWGC is an Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Diversity

 

Jan 26, 2018 Executive Director, Partners for a Competitive Workforce United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time The Executive Director will provide professional staff leadership to advance the work of Partners for a Competitive Workforce (PCW) in meeting its mission of growing the skills of our workforce to mee Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

513-762-7197

255 Full Link


www.uwgc.org

Full Time

The Executive Director will provide professional staff leadership to advance the work of Partners for a Competitive Workforce (PCW) in meeting its mission of growing the skills of our workforce to meet the needs of our employers, and working with employers to improve their systems for recruiting, retention, and advancement. Provide overall leadership in guiding and executing strategy, supporting aligned activities, advancing shared measurement, building public will, mobilizing funding, and policy advocacy in support of PCW’s agenda. Provide staff leadership to the PCW Partners Council. Manage the PCW budget, staff, and consultants. Secure, manage, and report on all grants. Build and maintain extensive network of key stakeholders and partners to advance the work. 

KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:  

  • Guide and execute PCW’s vision and strategy: Working with the PCW Partners Council, develop and execute all strategic objectives to advance PCW’s mission. Guide strategy development, catalyze initiatives, convene partnerships, drive implementation, and provide thought leadership in the workforce field.
  • Support aligned activities: Oversee all PCW investments and activities to support partners and programs that are aligned to PCW’s strategic objectives.
  • Policy advocacy: Develop and advance policy priorities in support of PCW’s agenda at the local, state, and federal levels, in partnership with the United Way of Greater Cincinnati's (UWGC) Public Policy team.
  • Advance shared measurement: Oversee the quality and completeness of the PCW data in the shared database and ensure completion of data analyses to drive continuous improvement in the regional workforce system. Oversee evaluation of all PCW activities.
  • Mobilize funding: Secure the resources required for PCW’s operations and strategies, in partnership with the UWGC Resource Development and Strategic Resources teams. Work with partners to align existing funding streams to advance PCW’s agenda. Oversee PCW’s budget and manage all grants.
  • Build public will: Drive awareness of PCW’s work among key audiences, in partnership with the UWGC Marketing team. Manage all PCW communications and media relations.  

MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS REQUIRED:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field with graduate-level work desirable.
  • Extensive knowledge of the region’s education, workforce, and economic development system.
  • Ten years of relevant experience including experience managing staff and working with consultants.
  • Ability to see the big picture, make connections between ideas and concepts, execute against strategic goals, and drive action.
  • Highly accountable for delivering results.
  • Demonstrated leadership experience.
  • An entrepreneurial self-starter.
  • Outstanding relationship-building and interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills to a variety of audiences.
  • Experienced at building effective partnerships of diverse stakeholders.
  • Strong analytic ability; must be able to collect, analyze, manipulate, interpret, report and utilize data.
  • Work at the highest level of integrity, honesty and openness.
  • Local travel to meetings and events within the regional area. National travel to conferences, meetings, and speaking engagements. 

Applicants should apply by Friday, February 9, 2018 via the link below:  

http://www.uwgc.org/about-us/careers

 

UWGC is an Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Diversity, Equity

and Inclusion

 

Jan 24, 2018 Manager, Prosperity for All Program Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati Full Time   Do you want to work for an organization that helps people reach their full potential? Individual in this position will be responsible for the program operation of Prosperity for All, mana Details
Vicki Strole, HR Specialist

Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati

vstrole@eastersealsgc.org

5133866805

253 Full Link


Full Time

 

Do you want to work for an organization that helps people reach their full potential? Individual in this position will be responsible for the program operation of Prosperity for All, managing the supervision of staff, activities and engagement with contract partners and funding sources, ensuring all contract obligations are adhered to including services, budgets, staffing and reporting. Devising and implementing creative strategies that connect people to work and move families out of poverty staying current on national best practices, trying new approaches and using real-time data to adjust course, advocating for individuals served and families by educating employers and the public, referring individuals to appropriate services and providing community outreach, seeking and developing new programming for agency and responding to Requests for Proposals or grants when needed.

 

Minimum qualifications include:

 

· Bachelor degree in Human Services or related field

 

· 1 to 3 yrs. experience in serving individuals living in poverty

 

· 1 to 3 yrs. management experience

 

· Ability to promote positive relationships with referral sources, professional organizations, governmental agencies, individuals served and staff

 

· Flexibility in schedule and job tasks

 

· Valid driver’s license & insurance & a good driving record