Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
May 18, 2017 Quality Improvement Manager United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time The Quality Improvement Manager position will handle all responsibilities relating to coordinating with and managing the preschool providers rated below 3 stars on the SUTQ rating scale that receive Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

513-762-7197

203 Full Link


www.uwgc.org

Full Time


The Quality Improvement Manager position will handle all responsibilities relating to coordinating with and managing the preschool providers rated below 3 stars on the SUTQ rating scale that receive, are in the process of applying to receive, or could potentially receive Quality Improvement grants from CPP. The Manager will be the voice of CPP in all discussions, committees, and councils relating to Quality Improvement activities and will drive the development of CPP’s Quality Improvement strategy and evolution of Quality Improvement policies. This position is expected to last five years. 

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

  • Managing all Quality Improvement grant activities, including the onboarding of providers, approval of grant applications, disbursement of grant funds and/or purchase of Quality Improvement materials and curriculum on behalf of approved providers, and oversight over compliance and administration activities

  • Managing any inbound inquiries providers have relating to Quality Improvement grants and proactively conducting outbound calls to preempt issues

  • Coordinating with the Provider Relations Manager to smoothly transition providers from 2 stars to 3 stars on the state SUTQ rating scale

  • Coordinating with the Marketing & Community Engagement Manager and the Finance Manager as  necessary

  • Coordinating with the Finance Manager to collect data for reports to the State and coordinating with the third-party program Evaluator

  • Leading the Coaching Collaborative, a pool of pre-cleared, qualified candidates for coaching providers receiving Quality Improvement grants

  • Managing the Master Coach, the lead coach of the Coaching Collaborative

  • Representing CPP on the Quality Improvement Council, a group convened to develop, refine, and implement CPP Quality Improvement policies and strategy

  • Representing CPP on the Teacher Pipeline Committee, a group convened to grow the pool of talented, dedicated, and credentialed preschool educators in Cincinnati

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Bachelor’s degree; ideal candidates will have a degree relating to early childhood education or a related field

  • At least five years previous experience in the education space, ideally in early learning. Strong candidates will have thorough understanding of the Ohio Step Up to Quality (SUTQ) rating scale

  • Strong candidates will have previous experience teaching or administering preschool programs

  • Cultural fluency and ability to interact with people of all backgrounds

  • Previous experience with grants management systems is a plus

  • General comfort in working with data and customer relationship management (CRM) systems

  • Ability to implement and manage multiple projects at one time

  • Ability to work collaboratively

  • Ability to field inquiries and manage customer relations with a high level of customer service 

  • Strong written and communication skills

  • Enthusiasm for the CPP mission of expanding quality preschool coverage

  • Experience in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) 

Applicants should apply (Reference QILC) by Monday, May 30, 2017 to: 

                    Human Resources Department

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

2400 Reading Road

Cincinnati, OH  45202-1478

Human.resources@uwgc.org or FAX 513-762-7146

 

UWGC is an Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Diversity

and Inclusion

 

 

 

May 15, 2017 Parent and Provider Relations Manager - Cincinnati Preschool Promise (CPP) United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time   The Provider Relations Manager will handle all responsibilities relating to tuition assistance and the data and enrollment systems CPP will leverage to disburse tuition assistance funds to pro Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

513-762-7197

204 Full Link


www.uwgc.org

Full Time

 

The Provider Relations Manager will handle all responsibilities relating to tuition assistance and the data and enrollment systems CPP will leverage to disburse tuition assistance funds to providers on behalf of eligible children. The Provider Relations Manager will manage a team of 1-2 Technical Assistance Staff and one Data Manager working to educate parents and providers, enroll children in the CPP Tuition Assistance program, and administer the tuition assistance data and enrollment system. The Provider Relations Manager will be the voice of CPP in all discussions, committees, and councils relating to tuition assistance activities and will help drive the development of CPP’s tuition assistance strategy and evolution of tuition assistance policies. This position is expected to last five years.

 RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

  • Holding final responsibility for parent and provider satisfaction relating to all tuition assistance policies and procedures as well as the data and enrollment system 
  • Monitoring the development, rollout, and performance of the third-party-developed data and enrollment system and managing the relationship with the vendor developing and maintaining the system 
  • Participate in hiring of team members and managing team performance 
  • Ensuring successful operation of the tuition assistance process, including confirming provider and child eligibility and contracting 
  • Ensuring providers seeking tuition assistance satisfy compliance requirements 
  • Ensuring the team handles low daily volume of incoming calls from families and preschools in a professional, customer-friendly, and timely manner 
  • Ensuring team members make outbound calls to families and preschools to follow up on pending attendance records/applications 
  • Handling issues that are escalated by the team 
  • Interacting with program partners on a regular basis either in person, via phone, or via email 
  • Ensuring team members properly assist parents and preschools in multiple phases of the application and enrollment process in a timely manner 
  • Coordinating with the Quality Improvement Manager to smoothly transition providers from 2 stars to 3 stars on the state SUTQ rating scale 
  • Coordinating with the Finance Manager to collect data for reports to the State and coordinating with the third-party program Evaluator 
  • Serving on Cost of Quality – Wages committee, a group convened to develop the policies that will govern CPP funding that will go towards ensuring preschool providers receive a living wage 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree; ideal candidates will have a degree relating to early childhood education or a related field 
  • At least five years previous experience in the education space, ideally in early learning. Strong candidates will have familiarity with the Ohio Step Up to Quality (SUTQ) rating scale 
  • A minimum of one (1) year experience in, bookkeeping, accounts payable, and/or eligibility determination 
  • Cultural fluency and ability to interact with people of all backgrounds; candidates bilingual in English and Spanish strongly preferred 
  • Comfort in interacting with data systems 
  • Previous management or supervisory experience 
  • Experience handling sensitive and confidential inquiries 
  • Experience managing and working with a customer relationship management (CRM) systems 
  • Ability to implement and manage multiple projects at one time 
  • Ability to work collaboratively 
  • Ability to field inquiries and manage customer relations with a high level of customer service 
  • Strong written and communication skills and detail-orientation 
  • Enthusiasm for the CPP mission of expanding quality preschool coverage and growing the pipeline of dedicated and skilled preschool educators 
  • Extensive Experience in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) 

Applicants should apply (Reference PPLC) by Monday, June 5, 2017 to: 

Human Resources Department

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

2400 Reading Road

Cincinnati, OH 45202-1478

Human.resources@uwgc.org or FAX 513-762-7146

 

UWGC is an Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Diversity

and Inclusion

May 12, 2017 Finance and Communications Manager Community Development Corporations Association of Greater Cincinnati Part Time Great part-time opportunity to network with and learn best practices from a variety of impactful community development professionals. Details
Denise Hamet

Community Development Corporations Association of Greater Cincinnati

denise.hamet@cdcassociation.org

5132813774

202 Full Link


Part Time

Great part-time opportunity to network with and learn best practices from a variety of impactful community development professionals.

May 10, 2017 Social Services Director St. Vincent de Paul - Cincinnati Full Time The Society of St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati (SVDP) is a leader in bringing emotional, spiritual and material assistance to the poor, lonely and forgotten in our community. SVDP has an immedi Details
Tom Roberts

St. Vincent de Paul - Cincinnati

troberts@SVDPcincinnati.org

513-345-4910

201 Full Link


Full Time

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati (SVDP) is a leader in bringing emotional, spiritual and material assistance to the poor, lonely and forgotten in our community. SVDP has an immediate opportunity for a Social Services Director to implement and oversee all social services offered, ensuring these programs align with the mission and values of the organization.

Social Services Director                   

___ Non-Exempt                                                                                                                               

_X_ Exempt

Reports To:  Director of Member and Program Services

Scope of Position: Plan, implement and oversee broad array of social service offerings; Ensure SVDP systems enable appropriate access for those we serve;  Responsible for monitoring, evaluating and reporting on programs to achieve intended outcomes and annual goals; Continuously improve programs to align with the mission and values of SVDP;  Supervise staff and volunteers within these programs; Monitor spending in relation to the budget; Represent SVDP programs within the social service community; Role includes occasional evening and weekend interaction

Job Responsibilities

1)      Develop, monitor, and continuously improve policies to ensure professional excellence in service to our neighbors, including:

  1. Procedures
  2. Eligibility
  3. Forms
  4. Assistance approval process
  5. Engagement and assistance delivery

2)      Design and manage SVDP programs to ensure cohesive and complementary offerings consistent with SVDP’s mission, values, & objectives

3)      Develop evaluation tools and processes for all social service programs

4)      Ensure the professional supervision of all social service staff, volunteers and integrated team members, including:

  1. Coordinate and develop a cohesive team within and between all service programs & projects
  2. Plan for and coordinate hiring process 
  3. Ensure staff performance evaluations are completed according to SVDP standards and plans are established to facilitate employee development
  4. Coordinate in-house and external training

5)      Directly supervise the work of the Social Services Client Advocate Team Leader, the Winton Hills Program & Site Manager, the Vincentian Support Social Worker, the Re-Entry Program Coordinator, and Liz Carter Outreach Center Receptionist

6)      Establish and ensure the maintenance of professional data & reporting practices, including:

  1. Description of service needs, assessments and service delivery according to SVDP and professional standards
  2. Accurate, prompt and complete client database entry
  3. Collection of service data to inform program development, staff supervision, budgeting, and SVDP advocacy efforts
  4. Timely and complete reporting within the SVDP management system
  5. Orderly, timely and complete reporting as needed for administration of grants
  6. Secure retention & maintenance of records

7)      Manage and develop the operational partnership with the UC Open School and any other strategic partnerships related to social services

8)      Oversee the preparation and management of the budget for all social service programs

9)      Serve as a liaison and/or arrange representation between SVDP and various community programs, organizations, or coalitions affecting human service programs 

10)  Work with Conferences Manager thru Vincentian Support Social Worker to facilitate the social services work of SVDP parish-based Conferences

11)  Provide leadership to ensure compliance with ethical and legal mandates related to the delivery of social services

12)  Other duties as assigned

Qualifications: 

Requirements – Master’s degree in Social Work or related field; Direct social service experience; Minimum of  three years of management experience in a social service setting; Strong organizational, interpersonal, written and oral communication skills; Ability to work with people of diverse backgrounds in a faith-based setting

LISW professional designation preferred 

Work Environment:  Office Environment – Adequately lit, heated and ventilated

Physical Requirements:  Job duties can primarily be performed from a desk, also some walking, standing, bending, & carrying light items up to 35 lbs; Ability to commute to/from and participate in off-site meetings & events

Qualified candidates are encouraged to forward cover letter, resume, & compensation expectations to djewell@svdpcincinnati.org. Thank you.

May 10, 2017 Program Manager/Team Supervisor (LSW/LPC) Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services Full Time LSW or LPC license position now available! Full-time, benefit eligible! Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky f Details
Claire Spradlin

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services

cspradlin@gcbhs.com


190 Full Link


Full Time

LSW or LPC license position now available! Full-time, benefit eligible!

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the seventh straight year!  Please visit our website www.gcbhs.com.

Program Manager/Team Supervisor (FIRST Team)


Position Responsibilities (May be subject to change based on applicant credentials)

  • Strives to attain the goals as written in their job performance evaluations and abide by the standards as set forth in GCB’s Compliance Plan.
  • Coordinates the activities and operation of assigned services and staff to ensure the efficient provision of quality services to clients.
  • Responsible for hiring staff for vacancy positions on team.
  • Coordinates the orientation of all new staff.
  • Assists supervisor(s) and team staff with identification of staff learning needs and development of plan to meet needs.
  • Provides guidance, direction, and counseling to staff and, if indicated, initiates disciplinary action.
  • Implements organization and departmental policies and procedures and assures staff accountability.
  • Accountable for assuring that team meets external regulations and standards; i.e., CARF, ODMH, MHB.
  • Conducts periodic team meetings for information sharing.
  • Completes annual performance evaluations for all staff.
  • Assists with the development and on-going monitoring of development budget.
  • Participates in organization and system committees/work teams as delegated.
  • Assumes responsibility for own professional growth and development.
  • Responsible for the clinical and risk management for assigned teams.
  • Responsible for all compliance with internal and external standards.
  • May include clinical and administrative supervision to assigned supervisors and the services their staff provides.

Position Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in Mental Health, Social Work, Counseling, or other field of study that is related to the treatment, support and education of the mentally ill; and two years clinical experience required.
  • Licensed by the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapist Board at the LSW or LPC level or higher to provide care management services required.
  • Position requires use of personal cell phone.
  • Position requires occasional driving of own vehicle.
  • Valid driver’s license.

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May 10, 2017 Home and Office Based Therapist (PT) Kentucky CSW/PC Part Time Are you a Clinical Social Worker?  Join our multidisciplinary team as a Home and Office Based Therapist! Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) has been named a Top Workplace in Details
Claire Spradlin

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services

cspradlin@gcbhs.com


191 Full Link


Part Time

Are you a Clinical Social Worker?  Join our multidisciplinary team as a Home and Office Based Therapist!

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the seventh straight year!  Please visit our website www.gcbhs.com.

Home and Office Based Therapist - Part-time (11 hours) Fee For Service


Position Responsibilities:
  • Provides individual, couple, family and group therapy as dictated by client needs.
  • Provides direct clinical services to client under agency policies and programs under the regular supervision of assigned supervisor.
  • Performs a variety of casework duties, including analysis of assessment data, formulation of treatment plan, and implementation of the treatment for increasingly complex cases.
  • Acts upon own analysis of client situations under decreasing supervision.
  • Increases analytical, psycho-social and theoretical diagnostic skills and resourcefulness in developing treatment processes.
  • Considers and uses treatment modalities that are best suited to each individual client and evaluates client progress in meeting treatment goals.
  • Has knowledge of a variety of treatment approaches and modalities including: Trauma Informed Care, Motivational Interviewing, Systems theory and strength based approaches.
  • Learns and uses CQI skills, tools, and principles as appropriate to the job and participates in CQI activities as needed.
  Position Requirements:
  • Master’s degree in social work or counseling.
  • CSW or PC required and/or independently licensed by Kentucky Board of Social Work.
  •  Prior experience working with children and families through work and/or internships. 
  • GCB incorporates principles of trauma informed care in all areas of our services. Trauma informed care includes cultural sensitivity and emphasizes a safe and respectful environment for all clients and staff. Experience and/or training in these principles and in trauma treatment is valued in applicants.

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May 10, 2017 Forensic Mental Health Case Manager Full Time Excellent opportunity for new or recent college grads and others seeking an opportunity to use their degree by providing outstanding client service to the most vulnerable in our community.  Details
Claire Spradlin

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services

cspradlin@gcbhs.com


192 Full Link


Full Time

Excellent opportunity for new or recent college grads and others seeking an opportunity to use their degree by providing outstanding client service to the most vulnerable in our community.  We offer a rewarding and fulfilling work environment in a team centered service atmosphere.  If you are motivated by helping others and making a difference this is an excellent opportunity for you.  We offer a very competitive salary, benefits and quarterly bonus opportunities.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Provides Community Psychiatric Support Treatment (CPST) services to severely and persistently mentally ill clients.
  • Establishes therapeutic relationships, assesses complex problems, selects problem-solving interventions, and helps clients to function effectively.
  • In conjunction with a supervisor and team psychiatrist, assesses the client’s mental health and basic needs, determines the appropriate level of care and support, determines the availability of resources, and develops an Individual Recovery Plan.
  • Coordinates access to the recommended medical treatment services, vocational assistance, housing assistance, and other targeted services.
  • Monitors the treatment progress of clients, reassesses client status and the effectiveness of interventions, revises the Individual Recovery Plan, and advocates for clients.
  • Coordinates, conducts or participates in assessments; provides crisis assistance services; delegates recovery plan tasks to appropriate service providers; and monitors overall service delivery.

  Position Requirements:

  •  Bachelor's degree in mental health, vocational training, education, social work, psychology, counseling, criminal justice, addictions, human services  or other field related to the mentally ill required or Master's degree in mental health, vocational training, education, social work, psychology, counseling or other field related to the mentally ill.
  • Credentialing as a licensed Social Work or Counselor preferred.
  • Position requires frequent driving of own personal vehicle.  A valid driver’s license, vehicle, and insurable driving record are required.


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May 10, 2017 Integrated Counseling Therapist (NKY Health Department) Full Time Are you an LCSW or an LPC interested in working with HIV/AIDS clients? Become an integral part of counseling therapy at GCB!GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentuc Details
Claire Spradlin

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services

cspradlin@gcbhs.com


193 Full Link


Full Time

Are you an LCSW or an LPC interested in working with HIV/AIDS clients? Become an integral part of counseling therapy at GCB!

GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the seventh straight year! 

Integrated Counseling Therapist

Position Responsibilities:

  • Provides trauma informed care treatment to clients in an office based off site (NKY Independent Health District) setting.
  • Provides mental health counseling to clients referred by the NKYIHD HIV/AIDS Care Coordinator Program
  • Provides individual, couple, family and group therapy as dictated by client needs
  • Performs a variety of casework duties, including analysis of assessment data, formulation of treatment plan, and implementation of the treatment


Position Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in social work or counseling from an accredited college or university
  • LCSW or LPC required.
  • Experience in treatment of the HIV/AIDS population.
  • Has knowledge of a variety of treatment approaches and modalities including:  psycho-dynamic, psycho-social, solution focused, family therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, systems approach, strength based approaches, cognitive behavioral, substance abuse, sex abuse treatment and other evidence or research based approaches.
May 10, 2017 Integrated Counseling Therapist (UC Clermont Campus) Part Time Are you an LPCC, LISW, or LSW working on independent licensure? If this sounds like you, we'd love to talk with you! GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for Details
Claire Spradlin

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services

cspradlin@gcbhs.com


194 Full Link


Part Time

Are you an LPCC, LISW, or LSW working on independent licensure? If this sounds like you, we'd love to talk with you!

GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the seventh straight year! 

Integrated Counseling Therapist (UC Clermont Campus) 16 hours per week working with college students!

Position Responsibilities:
  • Provide screening assessment to determine appropriateness for treatment, completion of diagnostic evaluation and assist clients in treatment planning.
  • Provide brief solution focused counseling.
  • Provide ongoing treatment if viewed to be in the best interest of the client for continuity of care.
  • Provide client with written referral information to connect them with additional services as needed.
  • Develop and implement measurable outcomes to determine program success.
  • Participates in faculty meetings as needed.  Provide educational presentations to faculty on identified training needs, i.e. crisis intervention, identification of common mental health symptoms, client confidentiality etc.

Position Requirements:
  • Master’s degree in social work or counseling.
  • LPCC, LISW or LSW working on independent licensure.
  • GCB incorporates principles of trauma informed care in all areas of our services. Trauma informed care includes cultural sensitivity and emphasizes a safe and respectful environment for all clients and staff. Experience and/or training in these principles and in trauma treatment is valued in applicants.

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May 10, 2017 Family Support Worker - Full Time Fee for Service Position Full Time Position Responsibilities: Works closely with parents, providing support in the areas of parent education, child development, and child safety. Field-based position establishes supportive working Details
Claire Spradlin

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services

cspradlin@gcbhs.com


195 Full Link


Full Time

Position Responsibilities:

  • Works closely with parents, providing support in the areas of parent education, child development, and child safety.
  • Field-based position establishes supportive working relationships with the parent and baby through face-to-face interaction and visitation in the physical home setting.
  • Perform home visits with families, addressing the six domains of Parental Health, Parenting, Child Development, Personal/Environmental Safety, Social Supports, and Life Course Development.
  • Coordinate health, family support, and social services needed by family; provide referrals and linkage to other services.

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelors Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Early Childhood Education or related field.
  • Ability to work independently. Ability to establish trusting relationships.
  • Open to reflective practice (i.e. has capacity for introspection, communicates awareness of self in relation to others, recognizes value of supervision, etc.).
  • Experience working with children and families.
  • Knowledge of infant and child development.
  • GCB incorporates principles of trauma informed care in all areas of our services. Trauma informed care includes cultural sensitivity and emphasizes a safe and respectful environment for all clients and staff. Experience and/or training in these principles and in trauma treatment is valued in applicants.



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May 10, 2017 Psychiatric RN - Assertive Community Treatment Team Full Time Join an industry leader in behavioral health treatment in a multi-disciplinary treatment team helping individuals with mental health disorders. Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB Details
Claire Spradlin

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services

cspradlin@gcbhs.com


196 Full Link


Full Time

Join an industry leader in behavioral health treatment in a multi-disciplinary treatment team helping individuals with mental health disorders.

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the seventh straight year!  Please visit our website www.gcbhs.com.
 

RN - Assertive Community Treatment Team/Psychiatric (Full Time or Part Time)

Community based RN position working regular business hours with paid holidays and generous paid time off.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Provide nursing services (primarily med/somatic) to clients with a psychiatric nursing focus.
  • Community/field-based position making home visits to clients.
  • Administer medications and injections and provide medical/health screening and minor physical health duties (dressing changes/blood pressure screening/monitoring glucose levels/etc.).
  • Provide psychiatric nursing assessment of individual clients as it relates to medication complications.
  • Assess effectiveness of psychotropic medication therapy and provide education to clients regarding topics such as medications, side effects, and drug interactions.

Position Requirements:

  • Licensure by the Ohio Board of Nursing as Registered Nurse required. 
  • BSN strongly preferred. 
  • Excellent communication, documentation, and time management, skills.
  • Ability to be flexible with work schedule and assignments.


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May 10, 2017 Mental Health Case Manager - Recent Graduates Encouraged to Apply Full Time Mental Health Case ManagerExcellent opportunity for new or recent college grads and others seeking an opportunity to use their degree by providing outstanding client service to the most vulnerabl Details
Claire Spradlin

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services

cspradlin@gcbhs.com


197 Full Link


Full Time

Mental Health Case Manager

Excellent opportunity for new or recent college grads and others seeking an opportunity to use their degree by providing outstanding client service to the most vulnerable in our community.  We offer a rewarding and fulfilling work environment in a team centered service atmosphere.  If you are motivated by helping others and making a difference this is an excellent opportunity for you.  We offer a very competitive salary, benefits and quarterly bonus opportunities.

Position Responsibilities:
 

  •  Provides Community Psychiatric Support Treatment (CPST) services to severely and persistently mentally ill clients.
  • Establishes therapeutic relationships, assesses complex problems, selects problem-solving interventions, and helps clients to function effectively.
  • In conjunction with a supervisor and team psychiatrist, assesses the client’s mental health and basic needs, determines the appropriate level of care and support, determines the availability of resources, and develops an Individual Recovery Plan.
  • Implements and monitors the Individual Recovery Plan.
  • Coordinates access to the recommended medical treatment services, vocational assistance, housing assistance, and other targeted services.
  • Monitors the treatment progress of clients, reassesses client status and the effectiveness of interventions, revises the Individual Recovery Plan, and advocates for clients.
  • Coordinates, conducts or participates in assessments; provides crisis assistance services; delegates recovery plan tasks to appropriate service providers; and monitors overall service delivery.

 
Position Requirements:

  •  Bachelor's degree in mental health, vocational training, education, social work, psychology, counseling, criminal justice, addictions, human services  or other field related to the mentally ill required or Master's degree in mental health, vocational training, education, social work, psychology, counseling or other field related to the mentally ill.
  • Credentialing as a licensed Social Work or Counselor preferred.
  • Position requires frequent driving of own personal vehicle.  A valid driver’s license, vehicle, and insurable driving record are required.

 
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May 10, 2017 Psychiatric RN - Clinic Nurse Full Time Join an industry leader in behavioral health treatment in a multi-disciplinary treatment team helping individuals with mental health disorders.  Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Service Details
Claire Spradlin

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services

cspradlin@gcbhs.com


198 Full Link


Full Time

Join an industry leader in behavioral health treatment in a multi-disciplinary treatment team helping individuals with mental health disorders.

 Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the seventh straight year!  Please visit our website www.gcbhs.com.
  

RN position working regular business hours with paid holidays and generous paid time off.
  

Position Responsibilities:

  • Provide nursing services (primarily med/somatic) to clients with a psychiatric nursing focus.
  • Administer medications and injections and provide medical/health screening and minor physical health duties (dressing changes/blood pressure screening/monitoring glucose levels/etc.).
  • Provide psychiatric nursing assessment of individual clients as it relates to medication complications.
  • Assess effectiveness of psychotropic medication therapy and provide education to clients regarding topics such as medications, side effects, and drug interactions.
      

 Position Requirements: 

  • Licensure by the Ohio Board of Nursing as Registered Nurse required.
  • BSN strongly preferred.
  • Experience in working with persons who have a chronic mental illness preferred.
  • Excellent communication, documentation, and time management, skills.
May 10, 2017 Bilingual Integrated Primary Care Behavioral Health Therapist - LISW/LPCC Full Time Are you bilingual in Spanish and have your LISW or LPCC interested in working in Primary Care? Become an integral part of Behavioral Health with GCB! This is a rare opportunity to provide behavioral h Details
Claire Spradlin

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services

cspradlin@gcbhs.com


199 Full Link


Full Time

Are you bilingual in Spanish and have your LISW or LPCC interested in working in Primary Care? Become an integral part of Behavioral Health with GCB!

This is a rare opportunity to provide behavioral health care to Spanish-speaking community.   Much of our local Latino community does not have the English fluency or financial resources to access behavioral health care.  By joining our team you will be caring for both Spanish- and English-speaking patients in local health care centers.
The majority of people with a behavioral health condition first seek help from their primary care provider and very few follow through to obtain care from an outside behavioral health program.  As a Behavioral Health Consultant you will have an opportunity to be on the leading edge of the new field of Primary Care Behavioral Health.  You will reach a population that otherwise would not seek outside behavioral health care because of the stigma associated with mental health treatment.  By working hand in hand with their primary care providers you will deliver much needed care to this underserved group.  You will help patients to improve their mental and physical health through a combination of brief and ongoing treatment.

GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the seventh straight year! 

Position Responsibilities:

  • Independently-licensed masters-level social worker (LISW) or licensed professional clinical counselor (LPCC) who is embedded within Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services’ partnering health centers.
  • Deliver brief and ongoing holistic, action-oriented, evidence-based services to primary care patients, and immediate concise consultation to medical providers.
  • An active member of the primary care team, the BHC assists with implementation of primary care provider treatment plans, and supports diverse patients in achieving improved health outcomes, accelerating the patient’s experience of care, and efficiency of the practice.
  • Identifies, triages, and empowers patients to make healthy lifestyle choices by activating self-management strategies, and motivational techniques to prevent or manage chronic physical and behavioral health conditions.

 
Position Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in social work or counseling required.
  • Independently licensed by the Ohio Counselor and Social Worker Board (LISW/LPCC) required.
  • Fluent Spanish required.
  • Excellent communication, documentation, time management, coordination and collaboration skills.
  • Must be able to provide individual and group counseling to a variety of clients with a wide range of mental health diagnoses.
  • Possess the ability to provide mental health assessment and diagnosis using the DSM-V.
  • Ability to work with range of clients during pre-crisis or crisis situations and to mobilize community resources.


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May 10, 2017 Community Employment Coordinator (Amelia, OH) Full Time Community Employment Coordinator - Full Time GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the seventh straight year!  Please visit our website www.gcbhs Details
Claire Spradlin

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services

cspradlin@gcbhs.com


200 Full Link


Full Time

Community Employment Coordinator - Full Time

GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the seventh straight year!  Please visit our website www.gcbhs.com.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Collaborates with the Community Employment Supervisor to coordinate job coaching schedules and assures job coaching services are covered.
  • Assist the Community Employment Supervisor with all Community Employment intakes.
  • Facilitates, coordinates, and tracks all authorized services within the Community Employment team. Requests new authorizations monthly. Communicate authorized services to appropriate team member.
  • Maintains all assigned vocational records according to CARF and funders standards.
  • Builds rapport with referral agents and generate referrals into all Vocational and Employment Services programs.
  • Coordinates acquisition of vocational plans with appropriate team members.
  • Coordinates and facilitates all staffing of assigned clients.  Invites all pertinent team members (MH care managers, DDS Service Providers, BVR Counselors, etc.)
  • Works in collaboration and open communication with all team members to facilitate and coordinate the client’s employment programming.
  • Prepares service tickets according to established standards for vocational providers.
  • Gathers, monitors, and tracks data for program evaluation and outcome purposes.
  • Participate in the Clinical Coverage rotation.
  • Discharges clients from the Community Employment program and completes appropriate Transfer/Termination forms.


Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree and two years experience in Human Service or related field required.
  • Position requires use of personal mobile phone.
  • Position requires frequent driving of own vehicle.  Valid driver’s license, vehicle and insurable driving record are required.
May 3, 2017 Talent Search Advisor Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Full Time Position Title: Talent Search Advisor Two Positions Available:  Advisor for Woodward Career Technical High School Advisor for Gilbert A. Dater High School [Additional preferred qualification Details
janet ziegler

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

HR@cycyouth.org

513-363-5212

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Full Time

Position Title: Talent Search Advisor

Two Positions Available: 

  • Advisor for Woodward Career Technical High School
  • Advisor for Gilbert A. Dater High School [Additional preferred qualification of bilingual in English and Spanish]

Background: CYC Talent Search identifies and assists more than 1,100 qualified students to complete high school and enroll in postsecondary education, each year. Talent Search provides academic, career, admissions, and financial advising to participating Cincinnati Public Schools students. The goal of Talent Search is to increase the number of youth from disadvantaged backgrounds who complete high school and enroll in and complete their postsecondary education.

Reports to: College & Career Success Manager [TRIO Talent Search Director]

Collaborates With: Talent Search College & Career Mentoring Coordinator, Talent Search Advisors, High School Administration, CYC Volunteer Manager, AmeriCorps Ohio College Guides, Other Community Organizations

General Responsibilities: Provide career exposure and college access advising to participating 7 th -12th grade students in Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS).   This program is grant funded by the US Department of Education and falls within the regulations and legislation of the TRIO Talent Search program.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Identify and recruit eligible program participants
  • Initiate, develop, & coordinate educational, cultural and/or career exposure programming
  • Advise and assist participants with the college admissions and financial aid processes
  • Provide coaching, advising, and workshops to every student on caseload including:
    o College Admissions Assistance
    o Career/Academic Assessment and Advising
    o Financial Aid Information & FAFSA Assistance
    o Workshops (ACT/SAT Prep, Goal Setting, Study Skills)
  • Maintain complete and up-to-date files on all participants including services provided, progress towards the program’s objectives, and post-secondary plans
  • Provide accurate and timely communicate with key stakeholders of work
  • Serve as the team-based subject matter expert in a key area of college and career access

Professional Development

  • Maintain the highest standards of ethical conduct and practice in day to day interaction
  • Adhere to professional standards of confidentiality at all times
  • Attend assigned meetings and consult with immediate supervisor on a regular basi
  • Attend CYC sponsored/required training and in-service sessions as scheduled
  • Keep apprised of best practices related to the college and career access field

Preferred Qualifications:

  • At least one full year of experience in urban and/or underserved youth programming
  • Experience with recruitment and relationship management
  • All minimum qualifications met

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in education, school counseling, or related field
  • Strong and responsive customer service skills  Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills, time management skills and ability to effectively balance and integrate task-oriented and process-oriented responsibilities
  • Proven success in working with diverse populations (students, parents, volunteers, school staff, corporate representatives) in a variety of settings, including those from low-income and/or urban backgrounds Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
  • Ability to practice principles of good customer service
  • Project management and problem solving skill
  • Ability to effectively communicate the work of CYC to the community
  • Strong presentation skills  Basic understanding of College Admissions and/or Financial Aid
  • Knowledge of TRiO or similar (GEARUP, etc.) programs
  • Professional image
  • Strong background with Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook and other applications and other applications

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities 

  • Ability to practice principles of good customer service
  • Project management and problem solving skills
  • Ability to effectively communicate the work of CYC to the community
  • Strong presentation skills
  • Basic understanding of College Admissions and/or Financial Aid
  • Knowledge of TRiO or similar (GEARUP, etc.) programs
  • Professional image
  • Strong background with Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook and other applications and other applications

To Apply:  Qualified interested candidates may apply in confidence by submitting cover
letter, resume, and salary range, as well as completion of the online application (http://www.cycyouth.org/employment-opportunities/) to:

 

                                                Janet Ziegler
                                                Human Resources

                                                hr@cycyouth.org

                                               CYC is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Apr 27, 2017 Accounting & Communications Manager Madisonville Community Urban Redevelopment Corp. Part Time Details
Sara Sheets

Madisonville CURC

sara@mcurc.org

513-271-2495

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Part Time