Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
May 20, 2019 Director, Eastern Area United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time The Director, Eastern Area will provide leadership to and coordination of the Eastern Area Center of United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC). Responsibilities include providing staff support to volunt Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

5137627197

497 Full Link



Full Time

The Director, Eastern Area will provide leadership to and coordination of the Eastern Area Center of United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC). Responsibilities include providing staff support to volunteers and local decision-making body; lead implementation of local impact strategies as aligned to the organizational priorities; implementation of local annual campaign and year-round engagement efforts. The qualified candidate will also manage the daily operations and represent UWGC in the Eastern Area community (includes Brown and Clermont Counties with total estimated population of 242,000).

 KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: 

Development

  • Oversee implementation of the Eastern Area campaign (just over $1 million) including providing staff leadership, managing small portfolio of large campaign accounts, implementing campaign strategies, cultivating local relationships with individual and corporate donors.  

Community Impact

  • Advance the community impact work of United Way by seeking partnerships with multiple sectors and aligning resources toward program and initiatives that reduce poverty in the Eastern Area community. Maintain relationships with funded agency partners and support capacity building and development of agency partners in conjunction with the UWGC Community Impact team. Provide staff leadership to the Action Council and other Eastern Area committees. 

Community Engagement

  • Provide staff leadership to United Way led or supported local and regional initiatives. Develop ways to connect the impact of United Way to year-round engagement opportunities. Represent United Way on various local committees (business and non-profit) that assist in advancing our mission of reducing poverty. Provide local coordination with UWGC regional team for areas of marketing, government, agency and donor relations. 

Administration/Operations

  • Select, train and supervise support staff, conduct annual performance reviews as appropriate and manage operational budget. Participate in UWGC internal activities, all-team events and volunteer opportunities. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree is preferred; master’s degree is desirable; or equivalent experience. A minimum of five years’ work experience in human service organizations, including United Way (or equivalent). Community problem-solving, agency and community relations, financial management, fundraising and supervisory experience preferred. High proficiency in oral and written communication and excellent interpersonal skills. Strong proficiency in MS Office: Word, Excel, Outlook. Ability to lift up to 20 pounds. Occasional local travel to events within the regional area.

 

CORE COMPENTENCIES:  Accountability, Organizational Commitment, Interpersonal skills, Time/Project Management, Integration, Communication/Interpersonal Skills, Strategic Planning and People Management. 

Applicants should apply by Tuesday, June 4, 2019 via the link below: 

https://jobapply.page.link/jxZF

UWGC is an Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

 

May 9, 2019 Chief Financial Officer Great Parks of Hamilton County Full Time Overview Great Parks of Hamilton County is accepting applications for the position of Chief Financial Officer (CFO). The CFO is responsible for planning, developing, administering and achieving the f Details
Jill Frazer, PHR

Great Parks of Hamilton County

jfrazer@greatparks.org

513-521-7275

496 Full Link



Full Time

Overview

Great Parks of Hamilton County is accepting applications for the position of Chief Financial Officer (CFO). The CFO is responsible for planning, developing, administering and achieving the financial goals and objectives of Great Parks, and for providing leadership and coordination of work in accordance with Great Parks' strategic plan, policies and requirements. 

Great Parks of Hamilton County is a separate political subdivision established under Ohio Revised Code Section 1545. Great Parks preserves and protects more than 17,500 acres of greenspace including 21 parks and nature preserves throughout Hamilton County. Its 2018 budget is $40MM including the General Fund, an Internal Service Fund and Special Revenue Funds. Great Parks has a 1 mil general operating levy passed in 2016 for a 10 year period. Taxes account for 55% and the remaining 45% is derived from earned revenue and grants. Great Parks self operates seven golf courses, four campgrounds, four major fishing lakes with harbors, boathouses, reservable shelters and lodges, making it a leader among Ohio park districts and the Mid-west in terms of self-generated revenues and cost recovery. 

This position is based in Winton Woods Park.

Job Skills / Requirements

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
To perform this job successfully an individual must be able to satisfactorily perform each essential duty listed below. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

Supervises the maintenance of all financial records and systems for the management of cash receipts, disbursements and assets in compliance with Ohio Revised Code (ORC), Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), Governmental Auditing Standards, and Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB). 

Develops and implements policies and procedures to ensure sound accounting practices, effective internal controls and segregation of duties. 

Directs and supervises divisions’ management and staff. Delegates work, provides direction, establishes work priorities, and ensures work is completed in a quality manner and through efficient use of resources. 

Leads agency wide financial initiatives and assists in development of business strategies and business modeling. 

Manages Great Parks’ cash flow to ensure adequate funds to meet financial obligations. 
Manages and provides leadership to the Finance Division. 

Manages the budget process and develops short and long term financial strategies. Prepares and submits all required budgetary reports to the County Budget Commission. 

Manages the financial forecasting of Great Parks in compliance with the Board Governance Policy. 

Manages the depository contracts for all financial institutions utilized by Great Parks. 

Supervises the request for proposal process for audit services, banking services, merchant service provider and all other financial related services in compliance with ORC. 

Reviews and recommends revisions to Great Parks’ investment policy to remain in compliance with ORC and sound investment practices. 

Manages Great Parks’ investment portfolio in compliance with the approved investment policy. 

Manages the annual financial audit and submits all required reports to the Auditor of State’s office. 

Supervises the preparation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report in compliance with financial reporting requirements of ORC and in compliance with the Government Financial Officers Association for the Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting program. 

Prepares reports for the Board of Park Commissioners, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer and public. 

Participates in executive level meetings, staff meetings, Board meetings and Great Parks’ Forever meetings. 

Obtains financial and legal services from outside consultants as appropriate. 
Certifies all contracts, purchase orders and obligations for sufficiency of funds under Section 1545.22 of the Ohio Revised Code. 

Signs all vendor checks and monitors the review of vendor invoices and payment. 
Performs job duties in accordance with Great Parks of Hamilton County’s policies, procedures, and performance expectations. 

Maintains confidentiality of confidential and sensitive information. 

Works assigned schedule, exhibits regular and punctual attendance and works outside of normal schedule as required. 

Oversees Great Parks’ comprehensive risk management program, including, insurance, workers’ compensation, and employee and guest safety. 

OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
Completes special projects assigned by the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer. 

Utilizes and promotes environmentally sustainable practices and processes. 

Performs other job duties as assigned. 

SCOPE OF SUPERVISION 
Risk Manager; Accountant; Accounting Clerk (3); Procurement Manager 

EQUIPMENT OPERATED 
Fleet vehicles; mobile devices; computer; presentation devices; standard office equipment; standard industry related equipment. 

CONTACT WITH OTHERS 
Board of Park Commissioners, staff and volunteers; Great Parks Forever Board and staff; state and national park leaders; government agencies; elected officials; local agencies, both public and private; consultants, sales representatives; contractors; reporters and other media representatives; general public and other job contact. 

CONFIDENTIAL DATA 
All non-public confidential and sensitive public records of Great Parks including access to all digital data and information; negotiations; potential bequests and estate planning; legal reviews and claims; non-public record personnel issues; employee health and medical records; land acquisition strategies, plans and appraisals; crisis-related information. 

WORKING CONDITIONS 
Normal office working conditions; occasional exposure to normal outdoor conditions when inspecting, evaluating and visiting various parks and facilities. 

USUAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS 
The following physical demands are typically exhibited by position incumbents performing this job’s essential duties and responsibilities. These physical demands are not, and should not be construed to be job qualification standards, but are illustrated to help the employer, employee and/or applicant identify tasks where reasonable accommodations may need to be made when an otherwise qualified person is unable to perform the job’s essential duties because of an ADA disability. 

The employee frequently exhibits manual dexterity performing job duties, and frequently talks and hears when working and interacting with job contacts. 
The employee frequently sits for extended periods of time, and occasionally stands and walks. 
Employee typically exhibits normal vision demands. 
Employee regularly lifts items up to 10 pounds, and occasionally lifts items up to 25 pounds. 

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES 
Knowledge of: governmental accounting principles and standard practices; auditing procedures; procedure and objectives; accounting computer procedures; management principles; mathematical principles, information systems, standard office practices and procedures; budget planning and management; investment management. 

Ability to: Exhibit good problem solving and good judgement in keeping with the mission of Great Parks; maintain confidential and sensitive information; understand and demonstrate respect for cultural and socio-economic differences; support a working atmosphere consistent with Great Parks’ equal employment opportunity; embrace and support constructive change; consistently follow safety and security procedures and practices; contribute toward building a positive team working environment; establish and maintain an effective working relationship with associates, officials, general public, and other job contacts. 

Skill in: Leadership; public relations; organization; team building; interpreting and applying data; maintaining accurate and complete records; written and verbal communications; preparing and making presentations; prudent investment management; governmental accounting.

Education Requirements

Bachelor Degree

Additional Information / Benefits

QUALIFICATIONS 
An appropriate combination of education, training, course work and experience may qualify an applicant to demonstrate required knowledge, skills, and abilities. An example of an acceptable qualification is: 
Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, or related field and more than 10 years’ experience which evidences a comprehensive knowledge of accounting, financial forecasting and investing; preferably in the government/public sector. 

Ability to document identity and employment eligibility within three (3) days of original appointment as a condition of employment in compliance with Immigration Reform and Control Act requirements. 

LICENSE OF CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS 
Center for Public Investment Management certification in compliance with ORC 135.22 within the same fiscal year of start date; State Motor Vehicle Operator’s License that meets GPHC current carrier guidelines. 

Salary Range for position is between $79,983-$119,973/year, dependent upon experience. 

Applications must be received by 11:59pm, Friday, June 7, 2019. 

Great Parks is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, military status, or any other classification protected under applicable law

Benefits: Medical Insurance, Life Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid Vacation, Paid Sick Days, Paid Holidays, Pension/Retirement, Educational Assistance, Recreation Benefits

Screening Requirements: Motor Vehicle, Criminal Background Check, Credit Check


May 3, 2019 Manager, College Access Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Full Time Details
Billie Sue Toepfer

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

btoepfer@cycyouth.org

5133635212

494 Full Link



Full Time

Apr 30, 2019 Sr. Director, SPED & Autism Services The Children's Home of Cincinnati Full Time Definition and Primary Objective: Provides leadership for the daily operation, administration and management of the Education, Autism and Job Readiness/Career Education programs within designate Details
Pam McKie

The Children's Home of Cincinnati

pmckie@thechildrenshomecinti.org

513-272-2800

492 Full Link


Full Time

Definition and Primary Objective:

Provides leadership for the daily operation, administration and management of the Education, Autism and Job Readiness/Career Education programs within designated service department. Assists Chief Operating Officer in research, planning and development of all departmental and agency activities, initiatives and services. Ensures compliance with federal, state and county requirements and with accrediting body standards for performance, best practices and service. Acts in behalf of, and represents the Chief Operating Officer as requested in meetings/activities and in their absence regarding matters within the department


Minimum Education, Experience and Other Skill Requirements:

This position requires a Master’s of Education, Psychology or related degree from an accredited college or university. Five or more years of experience in two of the following areas: Special Education, Career Education/Job Readiness and/or Autism. Five or more years in leadership performing management and supervision and demonstrates, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and an understanding of public education and non-profit systems required. The position requires someone who has a proven track record of business development, innovation and operations. Must possess minimum technical skills including familiarity with Microsoft Windows and ability to use standard Microsoft Office applications.

Work Environment:

Exposed to a combination of office, community, educational and mental health environments. Exposed to children and young adults with challenging behaviors.

Apr 30, 2019 Advancement Executive Assistant | Volunteer Coordinator The Children's Home of Cincinnati Full Time Definition and Primary Objective The Advancement & Community Engagement Executive Assistant at The Children’s Home of Cincinnati will help define and achieve the agency’s strateg Details
Tony Boyle

The Children's Home of Cincinnati

tboyle@thechildrenshomecinti.org

513-527-7282

493 Full Link


Full Time

Definition and Primary Objective

The Advancement & Community Engagement Executive Assistant at The Children’s Home of Cincinnati will help define and achieve the agency’s strategic philanthropy, awareness and engagement goals. This role will report to the Vice President of Advancement & Community Engagement and collaborate with the President & CEO, the agency executive team, and the Board of Trustees.     

The position must sustain positive and mutually-rewarding relations between the agency and its vast constituency including coordinating agency volunteerism initiatives; and partner with members of the Advancement and executive team to determine best strategies for effective stewardship of donors and volunteers.

Minimum Education, Experience and Other Skill Requirements:

The Advancement & Community Engagement Executive Assistant shall be a person with three to five years related experience and/or a Bachelor’s degree who has a dynamic personality, is organized, well-rounded, engaging, possesses a strong commitment to quality work, and one who is people-centered.  Additionally, they will:

  • Be able to function within a reasonable degree of autonomy and independent discretion.
  • Possess a complimentary knowledge of foundational marketing and branding principles with a demonstrated experience in implementation.
  • Possess comprehensive knowledge of Microsoft Office and advancement database systems (Raiser’s Edge software experience highly desirable.  Comprehensive training provided).
  • Have the ability to interpret and analyze data.
  • Be extremely organized with a demonstrated background of effectively managing multiple projects and tasks simultaneously.
  • Possess excellent written communication skills.
  • Demonstrate understanding of systems, processes and effective strategies for improvement.
  • Have the ability to effectively collaborate and interact with faculty, administrators and members of the Board.

Competencies

  • Detail oriented
  • Engaging and approachable
  • Communicator & collaborator
  • Able to balance a variety of competing priorities
  • Bold & decisive in decision making – able to take risks
Apr 26, 2019 Volunteer Coordinator Lighthouse Youth & Family Services Full Time Volunteer Coordinator Summary/Objective: Oversees all activities related to volunteers and in-kind donations, which significantly contribute to Lighthouse’s ability to achieve its mission. Ess Details
Jessica Wabler

Lighthouse Youth & Family Services

jwabler@lys.org

513-487-7101

491 Full Link


Full Time

Volunteer Coordinator

Summary/Objective: Oversees all activities related to volunteers and in-kind donations, which significantly contribute to Lighthouse’s ability to achieve its mission.

Essential Functions:

  • Establishes the volunteer needs of Lighthouse’s programs which includes developing, administering and reviewing policies and procedures, which guide the volunteer programs and services and reflect the overall values of the organization.
  • Recruits and facilitates the onboarding and training process, including orientation, background checks, and appropriately volunteer agreements/ forms, and training for volunteers and staff to work effectively and appropriately with each other.
  • Provides volunteers with a clear understanding of the organization, its clients, it services, and their role and responsibilities.
  • Reviews and adapts goals and objectives for volunteer engagement, evaluating program effectiveness, and implementing strategies that result in continued growth.
  • Responds to all inquiries regarding volunteer opportunities, conducts intake and interview process for potential volunteers, and ensures the best match between the interests of the volunteer and the needs of the organization.
  • Promotes and represents the agency at corporate and community events, volunteer fairs, outreach programs, meetings, and other gatherings and create and prepare presentations as needed or requested.
  • Maintains accurate records to document volunteer and community engagement, including monthly, quarterly, and fiscal year-end statistics on the number of volunteers, their respective areas, and hours of service.
  • Leads the planning and implementation of the Happy Holidays Gift Drive.
  • Coordinates all in-kind donations, including maintaining an up-to-date wish list of program and organizational needs; actively soliciting needed donations; managing the warehouse space, its access, and inventory; and pairing items with the programs that need them.
  • Coordinates the efforts of Lighthouse Young Professionals Committee and actively engages members.
  • Develops new strategic relationships with community partners and promote engagement opportunities, including service learning programs, volunteer events and activities, or other initiatives to increase support.
  • Establishes and maintains relationships with community and corporate volunteer groups who have potential to become donors.
  • Keeps up to date with the scope of Lighthouse Services areas.

Competencies:

  • Computer Proficiency
  • Time Management
  • Verbal/Written Communication
  • Public Speaking
  • High Level of Attention to Detail

Supervisory Responsibility: This position has no supervisory responsibilities.

Work Environment: This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, multi-functional printer, and filing cabinets.

Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the staff member is regularly required to talk or hear. This position is mostly sedentary but also involves to standing, walking; using hands to finger, push, pulling, handling or feeling; and reaching with hands and arms. Must be able to lift up to 30lbs.

Position Type and Expected Hours of Work: Some flexibility in hours is allowed, but the staff member must be available during the “core” work hours. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand.

Travel: This position has minimal travel expectations.

Required Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant discipline.
  • At least one year of professional work experience.
  • Proven volunteer recruitment and/or supervisory experience.
  • Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrated computer proficiency and basic office equipment.

Preferred Education and Experience:

  • Coursework or degree in non-profit management.
  • Professionally trained or certified in volunteer coordination.
  • Two years of professional work experience in volunteer recruitment and/or coordination.
  • Excellent problem solving skills with proven ability to strategize, prioritize and multi-task to meet goals and deadlines.
  • Experience with donor software, preferably Raiser’s Edge and its Volunteer Module.

Additional Eligibility Qualifications:

  • Strong planning and organizational skills.
  • Ability to exercise sound judgement and professional discretion.
  • Demonstrated proficiency with technology including database entry and Microsoft Office products.

Other Duties: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.   

 

Apr 25, 2019 Communications and Outreach Coordinator The LAM Foundation Full Time The LAM Foundation is currently seeking a Communications & Outreach Coordinator. This individual's primary role is to produce and lead communications and outreach activities in support of The Details
Mary Kaser

The LAM Foundation

admin@thelamfoundation.org

5137776889

490 Full Link



Full Time

The LAM Foundation is currently seeking a Communications & Outreach Coordinator. This individual's primary role is to produce and lead communications and outreach activities in support of The LAM Foundation’s programs and services. This position will also be responsible for elements of the annual national conference and regional educational meetings. The ideal candidate will have experience with multi-channel communications (digital, print, event) in a healthcare setting. 

Download the full job description HERE. Qualified candidates may apply to ADMIN@THELAMFOUNDATION.ORG

Apr 24, 2019 Relationship Manager-Eastern Area Center United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time United Way is seeking an energetic team player to create, negotiate and   implement comprehensive relationship management strategies with individuals and companies within assigned portfolio Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

5137627197

489 Full Link



Full Time

United Way is seeking an energetic team player to create, negotiate and   implement comprehensive relationship management strategies with individuals and companies within assigned portfolio for the Eastern Area Center of the United Way of Greater Cincinnati.  This associate level position will tailor and execute initiatives and activities to achieve growth, retention, participation, and revenue goals.  The Relationship Manager will work to position United Way as the primary philanthropic conduit between companies, their employees, and the communities in which they operate, through the development of a year-round engaging experience for donors and volunteers.   

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience is required.  Two year’s previous experience in a fundraising, development, sales, communication and/or public relations capacity preferred.  Advanced computer skills, including experience with Microsoft office products (specifically Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) are required.  Solid interpersonal, negotiation, analytical, organizational, project and time management skills.  Demonstrated strong written and verbal communication skills required, including public speaking and presentation skills.  Excellent consultative selling skills required.  Reliable personal transportation required.  Ability to lift up to 20 pounds. 

Applicants should apply by Tuesday, May 7, 2019 via the link below:  

https://jobapply.page.link/h6pf 

UWGC is an Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

 

Apr 24, 2019 Counselor Aide for Substance Use Disorder Treatment (2nd Shift Position) Full Time This position is a great start for someone who is looking to get into the field of substance use disorder treatment.  Once you successfully complete 40 hours of online training, you can apply Details
Cassidy Siler-Smith

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health

csiler@gcbhs.com

5133547088

486 Full Link


Full Time

This position is a great start for someone who is looking to get into the field of substance use disorder treatment.  Once you successfully complete 40 hours of online training, you can apply to become a Chemical Dependency Counselor Assistant (CDCA) and you will be eligible to be promoted to the SUD Counselor position.  We also offer Tuition Assistance and access to a free learning system where you can get your education credits to obtain and renew your CDCA.

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) is looking for a 2nd Shift SUD Counselor Aide for its Community Alternative Sentencing Center (CASC). CASC provides individual and group treatment for substance use disorder as well as Medication Assisted Treatment and various community supports such as AA.

We are looking for an entry-level candidate who wants to grown in the field of substance use disorder counseling.  This position provides second shift coverage and residential management to organization residential / treatment programs / CASC program.  Room for advancement! 


Position Responsibilities:
  • Participates in day-to-day operation of the program; housekeeping; grounds keeping; facility management; chores; laundry; recreation time; and safety and security systems as necessary.
  • Provides program coverage and management of facility/program during assigned shift.  (Note: facility/program and/or shift assignment may vary on occasion.)
  • Provides crisis intervention, role modeling and limit setting.
  • Provides services to clients: medication training; individual goal plan implementation; independent living skills training; personal care training; personal and interpersonal skills development; program orientation; general supervision.
  • Provides basic care management services to clients including coordinating appointments and follow-up care.
  • Provide transportation to community appointments for CASC residents including medical, housing or treatment appointments.
  • Position may require evening, weekend and holiday coverage.
  Position Requirements:
  • High school diploma required.
  • 2 years of college in a human services field or equivalent combination of education and experience in a human services organization, preferred.
  • Knowledge of or experience in the substance use disorder field preferred.
GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 9th straight year!  Please visit our website to learn more about GCB.  www.gcbhs.com
Please watch this video to learn more about GCB. GCB Video    #lifechanging
 
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Contact Information:
HR Recruiting Team: Emily Mann, HR Coordinator, emann@gcbhs.com Cassidy Siler-Smith, HR Supervisor, csiler@gcbhs.com
 
Apr 24, 2019 Psychiatric RN Case Manager (Assertive Community Treatment-Hamilton County) Full Time Are you a registered nurse and want to help individuals in the community? We have a full benefits package and hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm.The ideal candidate will have a RN li Details
Cassidy Siler-Smith

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health

csiler@gcbhs.com

5133547088

487 Full Link


Full Time

Are you a registered nurse and want to help individuals in the community? We have a full benefits package and hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm.

The ideal candidate will have a RN license BSN degree.  We will consider ASN applicants.  We offer rich tuition benefits to help you obtain your BSN or MSN degree.

ACT Team Members serve as members of a multidisciplinary team and provides services as both a specialist and a generalist to the all clients on the team. Clients on the ACT team are those who meet ACT Diagnostic criteria of severe mentally illness, whose functioning is significantly impaired by their mental illness and who have not been successful with traditional care management services. Clients may be dually diagnosed with a Co-occuring substance use disorder. The specialist role of the ACT Nurse implements and monitors a holistic plan of care for behavioral health patients.


Position Responsibilities:
  • Provides direct services to patients within a psychiatric nursing focus to include:
  • Medication education including names of medications, dosages, action, side effects, risks, visual identification of psychiatric medications and the affect of substance abuse, allergies, medical history and drug interactions.
  • Promotes holistic healthcare in collaboration with other disciplines. Takes the lead, along with the ACT Team Leader, in monitoring, collaborating and coordinating with Primary Care and Medical Specialists for chronic health conditions. Ensures medical appointments are scheduled and, along with team, ensures client attendance. Provides care coordination and attends medical appointments as needed. Assists patients with accessing/linking/utilizing community-based health and medical care resources. Works to ensure a smooth transition from inpatient care and recommends interventions to improve transition.
  • Gains knowledge of ACT, IDDT, IPS-SE and Housing First Evidenced Based Practices
  • Psychiatric medication administration including injections.
Position Requirements:
  • Licensed 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.
  • Position requires frequent driving of the employee’s personal vehicle.  A valid driver’s license, vehicle, and insurable driving record are required.
GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 9th straight year!  Please visit our website to learn more about GCB.  www.gcbhs.com
Please watch this video to learn more about GCB. GCB Video    #lifechanging
 
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Special Notes/Instructions
When applying, please indicate which county/location you prefer (we have an opening in Cincinnati and an opening in Amelia).
 
Contact Information
Cassidy Siler-Smith, HR Supervisor csiler@gcbhs.com 513-354-7039
Apr 24, 2019 Sex Offender Counseling Therapist - OH LSW or LPC Full Time GCB has an immediate full-time opening for a Counseling Therapist to provide provide mental health therapy to individuals who have perpetrated a sex offense.  This is a hybrid position that w Details
Cassidy Siler-Smith

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health

csiler@gcbhs.com

5133547088

488 Full Link


Full Time

GCB has an immediate full-time opening for a Counseling Therapist to provide provide mental health therapy to individuals who have perpetrated a sex offense.  This is a hybrid position that would be about 60% Sex Offender therapy and 40% general counseling.  The ideal candidate will have a LSW or LPC, experience working with perpetrators of sex offenses, and experience doing family counseling OR be willing to train for family counseling.

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.  

Position Responsibilities:
  • Provides assessment, individual and group counseling services to clients with history of sexual offenses while adhering to agency policies and procedures.
  • Use of dynamic risk tools in treatment (STATIC 99, STABLE, etc.)
  • Provides clinical assessment for admission through clinical interviews, records review and contact with collateral and referral sources. 
  • Performs a variety of casework duties, including analysis of assessment data, formulation of treatment plan based on the clients specific needs and risk factors, and implementation of the treatment.

Position Requirements:
  • MSW or MA in Counseling required.
  • LPC or LSW working on independent license.
  • LISW or LPCC preferred (pay differential for independent license).
  • Prefer therapist who has experience working with adults who have perpetrated sexual offenses but willing to train the right person.
  • Pay differential for independent license.

GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 9th straight year!  Please visit our website to learn more about GCB.  www.gcbhs.com
Please watch this video to learn more about GCB. GCB Video    #lifechanging


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Contact Information
Cassidy Siler-Smith, HR Supervisor 513-354-7039 csiler@gcbhs.com
Apr 4, 2019 Administrative Assistant PROKIDS Part Time To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to Dstultz@prokids.org via email by April 30, 2019. Note that ProKids does not accept phone call inquiries. TITLE: Administrative Assistant (part Details
Kara Feltrup

ProKids

kfeltrup@prokids.org

5134876441

482 Full Link


Part Time

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to Dstultz@prokids.org via email by April 30, 2019.

Note that ProKids does not accept phone call inquiries.

TITLE: Administrative Assistant (part time 20 hours per week)

This role requires a belief in the ProKids vision of a safe, permanent, and nurturing home for every child. If you want to advocate for abused and neglected children in a culture that mobilizes our community, ProKids is a place where you can make a difference.

PROGRAM: Professional Development Team

TEAM RESPONSIBILITY: Ensures appropriate training and certification for ProKids CASA volunteers and staff. Develops capacity within the child protection community to enhance and expand the skill level of child protection professionals in order to effectively serve children across the child protection system.

POSITION FOCUS: Provides administrative support to the Professional Development Team including data entry, requesting documents, filing, and scheduling.

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Ability to work a flexible schedule including occasional early mornings, evenings, and Saturdays. Attention to details. Excellent organizational skills, oral and written communication skills, and knowledge of database management and Microsoft Office. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively on internal and external teams.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Regularly required to sit and stand for prolonged periods; frequently required to talk or hear, often in large crowds or busy environments; regularly required to walk and reach with hands and arms; occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds; ability to occasionally work irregular hours and nights and weekends as required for the operation of ProKids.

SUPERVISED BY: Professional Development Team Leader

SUPERVISION EXERCISED: Volunteer(s)

RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Provides administrative support to the Professional Development Team.
2. Supports the recertification process for all CASA Volunteers including, but not limited to:
• gathering and processing background check forms,
• gathering and processing all necessary information,
• maintaining database records and entry,
• maintaining all paper and electronic files.
3. Supports all ProKids training including, but not limited to:
• room setup,
• securing, copying and ensuring materials and supplies are available and ready,
• maintaining online training entry, registration and reminders,
• maintaining database records and entry.
4. Responsible for gathering and submitting all reimbursement paperwork to funding sources including Ohio CASA.
5. Ensure the effective representation of ProKids to external organizations and individuals.
6. Communicates need for volunteers and provides assistance in designing and implementing volunteer training. Supervises, manages, supports, evaluates, and communicates on-going status of volunteers.
7. Assists with the setting and evaluation of all agency goals and objectives, including but not limited to:
• Recommendation for program changes and improvements.
• Providing raw data.
• Communicating all financial needs and expenses.
8. Attend & provide assistance with all development activities and events.
9. Performs duties in accordance with ProKids objectives and in compliance with relevant standards and agency commitments.
10. Attends all staff meetings and establishes good teamwork with co-workers.
11. Other duties as assigned by Supervisor.