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Skill Builders LLC
A WV Birth to Three Service Coordination Agency
Is looking to hire WV Birth to Three Service Coordinators to work in
Hancock, Brook, Ohio, Marshall, Tyler, Wetzel, Monongalia and Marion Counties
This position offer flexible hours that you schedule, an hourly rate and the opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of children and families.
This position does require travel to family’s home in and around the areas listed above.
A minimum of a BA degree, preferable in social work, education or a human service field is required OR being a parent of a child that has aged out of the WV Birth to Three System.
Please email or call for more information regarding this position.
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.    or contact Susan Watson at 304-282-8554
This posting/position will remain open until filled             
Please post or pass on as appropriate
(3-22-17)


NYAP is excited to announce that we are expanding our West Virginia Safe-at-Home Programs.  As a result of this expansion, WE ARE HIRING and are continuing to seek candidates for the position of Facilitator/Social Worker in the following areas:
(Calhoun) Grantsville - 26147
(Gilmer) Glenville 26351
(Wirt) Elizabeth - 26143
Those with degrees in Social Work or Human Services and experience working with youth and families are encouraged to apply.  Details can be found in our job descriptions online at www.nyap.org.
NYAP is EEOC compliant and encourages diversity. Please feel free to forward this message or email me if more information is needed!
(3-21-17)


Family Advocate
Needed for the Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center to advocate and provide case management for traumatized and at-risk children and their families. Also, will conduct and provide support for forensic interviews at our agency. Join a team of professionals who create a child-friendly and supportive environment for families in our community. Bachelor’s degree in a Human Service field and 6 months experience with children and families required. Send resume to Dr. Capage at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 909 Greenbag Road, Morgantown, WV 26508 by April 5th. Call 304-598-0344 with inquiries.
(3-21-17)


The Children’s Home Society of West Virginia is seeking an hourly (up to 29 hours per week) licensed counselor, LCSW, LICSW licensed social worker, or licensed therapist to provide in-home Functional Family Therapy (FFT) in Wood and Wirt Counties.  FFT is an intensive family treatment model comprised of three distinct phases of therapy delivered over 3-4 months. It is an evidence-based practice focused on building upon family strengths while reducing risk factors. At its core is a focus and assessment of those risk and protective factors that impact the adolescent and his or her relationships within the family. FFT is home-based and works primarily with the family unit. Appropriate candidates must possess the ability and willingness to meet with their assigned families in their home. Training to learn the model will be provided. Potential candidates must possess a Master’s Degree and have valid LPC, LCSW, or LICSW license, have a WV Driver’s license and automobile insurance, and pass all required background checks.
Interested applicants should send resume and letter of interest to:
Attn: Shelley Plauché-Adkins, Regional Director
Children’s Home Society of WV
P.O. Box 763
Parkersburg, WV 26102
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Children’s Home Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
(3-21-17)


Children’s Home Society of WV is seeking qualified applicants for the Shelter Supervisor position at Faltis Children’s Shelter in Summersville, WV.  Position requires minimum of a bachelor’s degree in human services and WV social work license or license eligibility, clear APS/CPS background check, clear state and federal criminal background check, valid WV driver’s license.  Duties include day to day supervision of shelter staff ensuring safety of residents and compliance with all state and federal licensing standards and agency policies.    Position is fulltime with excellent benefits, including health insurance, life and disability insurance, paid time off, sick leave, tuition assistance.  Experience working with children and families preferred.  To apply, email letter of interest and resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Janet Richmond at 304-647-3430 for more information.  Children’s Home Society of WV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
(3-20-17)


Client Care Program Manager
Crittenton Services, a trauma-focused multi-service mental health agency, has a current opportunity for a Client Care Program Manager in our Wheeling, WV location. This full-time opening is responsible for the residential intake process and will provide direct supervision to case managers and educational program staff members.
Degree in Counseling, Social Work, Psychology or other related field, appropriate licensure (or licensure eligibility), and 2-5 years related experience required. Some supervisory and case management experience is preferred. Please feel free to visit http://florencecrittenton.net/ to learn more.
Interested parties may forward their resume and cover letter to:
John L’Ecuyer
Crittenton Services Recruitment
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304-242-7060, ext.119
(3-17-17)


Posting Number  7812
Date Posted  March 16, 2017
Job Title  Team Leader II w/ Crisis Counseling Assistance Program (CCP)
Program/Department  Risk Management
Facility Address  Clay/Clendenin Area
Reports to Craig Zappin
Salary: Type of position:
1 FT-Temporary
 Hours   37.5/week
1 Non-Exempt

Benefits :   None  
Schedule:  Mon. – Fri. Varies  
General Description:
This position oversees and provides short-term counseling services to help relieve mental health problems caused or aggravated by the disaster and its aftermath.  This position would assist eligible victims of the Presidentially declared major disaster areas affected by flooding in Kanawha and Clay counties.  Trains, debriefs, and provides supervision for crisis support specialists in the field.  May help to assess people who require traditional mental health or substance abuse treatment.  Uses data to conduct ongoing needs assessment.  May perform crisis counseling as needed.
GRANT FUNDED POSITION by FEMA: Temporary Position Minimum 60 Days up to one year maximum.
Job Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Social Work, or Counseling from a four-year college or university.  Prefer experience as a disaster behavioral health worker or behavioral health professional who supervises paraprofessional or less experience crisis support specialists. Valid driver’s license with reliable transportation.  
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or 1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(3-17-17)


Posting Number  7810
Date Posted  March 16, 2017
Job Title  DUI Clinician/Educator
Program/Department PARC East
Facility Address  96 MacCorkle Avenue SW
South Charleston, WV 25303
Reports to Rachel Goddard
 Type of position:
1 Full-time
Hours 37.5/week

Benefits: Full Benefits   
Schedule: Monday- Friday 8:30am-4:00pm.   
General Description:
Provide direct services to DUI offenders under the DUI Safety and Treatment Program and individuals in short-term residential treatment. Provide documentation to DMV as outlined in the contractual agreement and center policy. Provide clinical evaluations, education, intervention and treatment to facilitate client’s completion of the DUI program. Manage DUI fees appropriately ensuring all fees are paid or appropriate arrangements for payment are made prior to program completion.

Job Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree is required, working towards ADC licensure preferred but not required, substance abuse experience preferred, but not required. This position requires a lot of educating in the form of a classroom setting for as many as 30 people at a time.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers.
Phone: 304-525-7851 Ext 1020 or 1019
Fax 304-525-7893
(3-17-17)


Pressley Ridge is hiring for its growing West Virginia Safe-At-Home Program! 
Wraparound Facilitators.  We are specifically hiring Facilitator positions in the Braxton, Clay, Calhoun, Gilmer, Wirt, Jackson and Roane county areas.  The Wraparound Facilitator positions require a Social Work or Human Service degree plus two years’ experience.  Ideal candidates may live in Glenville, Sutton, Ripley, Spencer or other areas in the targeted communities.  EOE.
We are also hiring for a Clinical Supervisor to provide supervision!  The Clinical Supervisor position requires a Master’s degree and license (or license eligible) in Social Work, Counseling, or Psychology as well as experience.  This position will supervise staff working in Harrison, Lewis, Upshur, Braxton, Clay, Gilmer counties.  The idea candidate would live in one of the identified and targeted service counties.  EOE.
Go to www.pressleyridge.org for a list of career opportunities and the application link.
(3-16-17)


West Virginia Division of Corrections:
Candidate must have minimum of master's degree in the human service field and be licensed or license eligible in WV.  Positions include providing mental and behavioral health care to adult offenders. Job description includes providing individual therapy and group therapy to inmates, conducting initial mental health assessments, conducting assessments for psychiatric triage, conducting suicide risk assessments, working with PSIMED, WVDOC, and medical staff, and being able to meet the expectations of other duties not listed above. Position to include 401K, health insurance, CEU stipend, vacation and personal leave, competitive salary, and flexible work schedule. If interested in position send an email, with resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Ella Messinger at 304-344-8515 for more information.
 • Therapist - Community Treatment Services - Part Time Contractual (Hillsboro, WV) Provide individual and group therapy, and substance abuse counseling. Position also includes other therapeutic duties.
 • Therapist - Denmar Correctional Center - Part Time 8 Hours a Week  (Hillsboro, WV) Position includes conducting Sex Offender group therapy and other therapeutic duties.
     Juvenile Correctional Positions:
Candidate must have minimum of master's degree in the human service field, and be licensed or license eligible in WV.  Positions include providing mental and behaviroal health care to juvenile offenders. Position to include 401K, health insurance, CEU stipend, vacation and personal leave, competitive salary, and flexible work schedule. If interested in position send an email, with resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Ella Messinger at 304-344-8515 for more information.
 • Therapist -Kenneth “Honey” Rubenstein Juvenile Center (Davis, WV)
 • Therapist -Sam Perdue Juvenile Center, (Princeton, WV)
 • Therapist - Donald R. Kuhn Juvenile Center (Julian, WV)
 • Therapist - Marion County Youth Report Center
 • Therapist - Jefferson County Youth Report Center (Part- Time)
(3-15-17)


Posting Number  7808
Date Posted  March 14, 2017
Job Title  DUI Clinician/Educator
Program/Department PARC East
Facility Address  96 MacCorkle Avenue SW
South Charleston, WV 25303
Reports to Rachel Goddard
 Type of position:
1 Full-time
Hours 37.5/week

Benefits: Full Benefits   
Schedule: Monday- Friday 8:30am-5:00pm. Two Evening shift.  
General Description:
Provide direct services to DUI offenders under the DUI Safety and Treatment Program and individuals in short-term residential treatment. Provide documentation to DMV as outlined in the contractual agreement and center policy. Provide clinical evaluations, education, intervention and treatment to facilitate client’s completion of the DUI program. Manage DUI fees appropriately ensuring all fees are paid or appropriate arrangements for payment are made prior to program completion.

Job Requirements:
BA in human service field required. Eligible for certification in addictions counseling within 18 months of hire.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers.
Phone: 304-525-7851 Ext 1020 or 1019
Fax 304-525-7893
(3-15-17)


CHILDREN'S PROGRAM COORDINATOR needed. This position works closely with children at the shelter and in the community, works with training and coordinating volunteers, and is also responsible for the agency Database. Bachelor's Degree in Social Work or related field preferred. Excellent salary and benefits. Provide three job related references and resume to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 3-17-17. EOE.
(3-10-17)


DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SPECIALIST needed. This position provides advocacy at HOPE as well as DHHR, and works closely with CPS.  Bachelor's Degree in Social Work or related field preferred. Excellent salary and benefits. Provide three job related references and resume to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 3-17-17. EOE.
(3-10-17)


Crittenton Services/Wellspring Family Services, a multi-service mental health agency, has new openings for Master's-level Therapists in Parkersburg, Wheeling, Morgantown, and Harrisville due to increasing needs in our communities. A Master's degree in a related field of study, appropriate licensure (or license eligibility), and 1-3 years of related experience required. Crittenton offers competitive pay & benefits.
If you or any of your colleagues would be interested in pursuing these opportunities or would simply like to find out more, please feel free to email me your resume and/or interest at the address below. Please visit http://florencecrittenton.net/
John L'Ecuyer
Crittenton Services Recruitment
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304-242-7060, ext. 119
(3-10-17)


WV Birth to Three RAU 1, Catholic Charities has a full-time Intake/Interim Services Coordinator position open in the Morgantown office.
The full time ISC will work with families of children with developmental delays or who may be at risk for developmental delays, mainly in the Marion County area. The ISC will follow-up on child referrals; conduct family interviews to gather child and family information; assist families with initial linkages they may need; assist with eligibility determination and/or IFSP development; coordinate transition procedures as needed for the child and their family.
Qualifications include a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in Human Services Field such as social work, early education, special education, elementary education, nursing, psychology, counselling, sociology, speech and language pathology or equivalent field of study; valid driver’s license and dependable transportation; ability to work in a team environment. 
Please submit a resume, cover letter, and three references by Friday, March 24, 2017 to:
Wendy Miller
WV Birth to Three, RAU One
2000 Main Street, Suite 222
Wheeling, WV 26003
or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(3-9-17)


Potomac Crossroads Counseling, LLC, is searching for one testing psychologist, and 2 LPCs and/or LCSWs to expand the practice.  We are located in Shepherdstown, WV.
These positions are for those interested in functioning as independent contractors.
At least one chosen candidate will specialize in child, adolescent and family counseling.
All candidates must be licensed in WV and carry their own liability insurance.
Responsibilities include … initial evaluation and ongoing clinical therapy.  Experience in Group Therapy is helpful.
PCC has a strong support staff.
Send your cover letter and resume to Kathleen Morotti at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(3-8-17)


WV Rivers is looking to hire a Public Lands Outreach Coordinator to build support for public lands and raise awareness of both national and local threats. The position will support the work of West Virginians for Public Lands — a vibrant coalition of conservation groups, businesses, and citizens working collaboratively to defend our shared public lands.
The position is a 40 hours/week, one-year position, with the potential for extension. Preference for an experienced outdoors person, especially someone with a passion for fishing, hunting or enjoying our public lands generally. Persons with experience and success in building diverse coalitions are encouraged to apply. View the job posting here.
http://wvrivers.us2.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=7558a78e42c942949aeb1383f&id=2c12c00af7&e=b473a767b8
How to Apply
Send resume and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with “Public Lands Coordinator” in the subject line by March 20.
(3-8-17)


Posting Number  7797
Date Posted  March 7, 2017
Job Title  School-Based Therapist
Program/Department  School-Based Programs-Children’s Services Department
Facility Address  Barboursville Middle School
Milton Middle School
Reports to Wayne Bennett
  Type of position:
1 Full-time
 Hours 37.5/week
1 Non-Exempt

Benefits:   Full Benefits
Schedule: 
Monday – Friday
7:30am-3:30pm  
General Description:
This position will provide school based mental health services including screening and assessment, crisis intervention, information and referral, advocacy, case management, individual, group and family psychotherapy.  Provide consultation, technical assistance, and training to the school staff as it pertains to children’s mental health.  Maintain tracking and outcome data and participate in evaluation activities as appropriate.  Promote school based services by attending Faculty Senate and PTA meetings.  Provide education activities for students and their families for the purpose of skill development.  Facilitate groups for students, families, and/or school staff.  Attend monthly school based services supervision meetings.  Some flexibility of schedule may be necessary to accommodate students and families most likely in the form of one late evening.
Job Requirements:
MA in Counseling, Social Work, or Psychology, and must be licensed eligible.  Licensed Therapist must hold a WV license and present at time of hire (LPC, LGSW, LICSW, Licensed psychologist).  Valid driver’s license with reliable transportation. Experience working with children and adolescents preferred.  Experience working in school setting preferred. 
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
www.prestera.org/careers
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
Phone: 1-800-642-3434 x1019 x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(3-8-17)


Burlington United Family Services- a Non-Profit Church Related Agency is recruiting Graduate and Licensed Social Workers, LPCs, and those who qualify for a provisional SW license or have a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services Field and qualify for a provisional SW license.  Benefits included for full time employees. 
 Director Stagger’s  Recovery House – servicing adult females-requires four year degree in human services field
 Safe at Home Wrap Around facilitators (LSW/GSW or provisional)- positions are available in most counties in WV
 Therapist (SW, LPC/Provisional)- Available at Burlington, WV Residential Campus
 Youth Service Workers (LSW) various locations
Foster Care Home Finder (LSW/GSW or provisional) various locations
 Foster Care Treatment Coordinator
Apply with resume and cover letter stating which position you are applying for and what counties you are willing to work  in to
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  please place job title in the subject for fastest response.  BUMFS is an Equal Opportunity Employer
visit our website @ www.bumfs.org Contact if unable to apply online:
Cyndi Drury, PHR, SHRM-CP
Human Resource Manager
Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc.
120 Hope Lane
PO Box 69
Burlington, WV 26710
304-289-6010 ext 7227
304-289-3903 (fax)
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(3-7-17)


Company Name: Fresenius Kidney Care
Job Title: Facility Master Social Worker
Job Location: 1690 Medical Center Drive, Huntington, WV, 25701
Contact:
Jeffrey Streeter – Healthcare Recruiter
(203) 355-3047
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(3-6-17)


YWCA of Charleston
Shanklin Center/Empowerment Homes
Job Description
JOB TITLE: Case Manager
JOB PURPOSE: To work closely with area homeless service providers to identify and place eligible homeless women in YWCA programs. The case manager will work extensively with the residents to help them obtain the knowledge and skills needed to attain long-term self-sufficiency. The case manager will assist residents in understanding and implementing service plans that help them to establish and maintain residential stability.
ACCOUNTABILITY: Reports to Program Director
STATUS: Part-time
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Plan and carry out weekly meetings with service recipients.
2. Develop weekly social service plans with service recipients to maintain short and long-term self-sufficiency and update plan as needed.
3. Document progress toward goals in case files.
4. Write reports and maintain statistical information as requested by the Program Director, HUD and the YWCA Director of Program Services and any other funding agencies.
5. Communicate with Program Director to discuss residents’ service plans.
6. Contact and advocate for service recipients with other social service agencies and community organizations.
7. Effectively handle crisis in a timely manner.
8. Organize interagency meetings (staffing) concerning service recipients.
9. Work collaboratively and professionally with other YWCA programs/agencies.
10. Effectively provide supportive services, which include comprehensive case management, outreach, transportation, and advocacy with medical and mental health needs.
11. Adhere to NASW Code of Ethics.
12. Other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Bachelors degree in Social Work or a related field, preferred
2. Eligible for licensure as a social worker by the WV Board of Social Work Examiners, preferred.
3. Two years experience working with the homeless population or working with persons with disabilities, preferred.
4. Ability to develop effective social service plans with service recipients.
5. Capacity to assess economic, social, physical and mental health needs and circumstances of service recipients.
6. Knowledge of domestic violence issues.
7. Knowledge of theories, ethics and practices of social work.
8. Knowledge of federal and state laws, regulations and programs in social services.
9. Knowledge of community resources to assist with the development of social service plans.
10. Ability to exercise a high level of confidentiality.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORKING ENVIRONMENT:
 Regularly required to:
o Stand/walk for long periods of time without a break
o Remain seated in a normal position for up to half the workday
o Stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl
o Talk & hear; verbally express ideas, information, & instructions
o Lift , pull, push, carry up to twenty five (25) pounds
 Occasionally required to:
o Climb ladders
o Be exposed to outdoor conditions to assist with snow removal and general landscaping
o Lift , pull, push, carry up to fifty (50) pounds
 Rarely required to:
o Assist clients with physical limitations including exiting vehicles and rendering other types of assistance
Revised 02/2017
The information link: https://media.wix.com/ugd/2ebf7e_55cf3eb2c1ee42e99fffe454e2ffdfed.pdf
(3-6-17)


Sr. Membership Associate
NASW, Washington, DC
Qualified staff are urged to apply.        Posted: 3/02/17
Position: 1417
ANNOUNCEMENT OF POSITION VACANCY
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL WORKERS
750 First Street, NE, Ste. 800
Washington, DC 20002
TITLE: Sr. Membership Associate (Union) POSITION STATUS: Full Time
DIVISION: Membership, Marketing & Communications ISSUE DATE: March 2017
REPORTS TO: Director, Membership PAY LEVEL: VII
I. MAJOR/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
The Sr. Membership Associate helps NASW ensure superior customer service operations for all its members. The position works daily with the Association’s outsourced Membership Services call center and with 55 NASW Chapters to resolve escalated membership problems and connect members with the most relevant benefits and resources.
This Position:
1. Provides prompt and accurate information about individual membership issues and the Association’s full range of products and services.

2. Initiates appropriate follow-up activity to resolve escalated service issues. 

3. Researches policies and procedures, documents administrative processes and recommends system improvements. Develops related training for Member Services and other staff.
4. Analyzes and reports on member data trends.
5. Represents the Association in online member communities.
6. Supports recruitment and retention efforts, helping to make the case for the value of Association membership.
7. Assists organizational efforts to strengthen integration of membership functions between the NASW National Office and 55 NASW Chapters.
8. Reports to the Association’s Director, Membership.
II. BASIC DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. CUSTOMER SERVICE: Handles daily inquiries from members, staff, affiliates and the public on a variety of topics related to NASW, membership records, and the social work profession. These may be telephone or written inquiries, and responses may be by phone or in writing, as appropriate. Serves as first level review on exceptions and requests forwarded from Member Services staff. Tracks member interactions and reconciles complaints to ensure maximum member satisfaction from interactions. Offers recommendations to supervisor for disposition of special requests.
2. PROCEDURES: Performs or initiates necessary follow-up work to resolve escalated member inquiries. Informs appropriate staff members when further information or research is needed. Brings problems and potential solutions forward for discussion. Researches details of processes, evaluates the effectiveness of established policies, prepares documentation, and recommends possible improvements.
3. COMMUNICATION: Prepares and sends correspondence to confirm, inform, and fulfill requests. Develops and maintains a library of standard language for established responses to frequently asked questions. Handles difficult membership problems in a courteous and professional manner.
• Knows when it is appropriate, by using member data files and information related to a current transaction, to suggest or invite the member to consider additional products/services that are logical extensions of the member's inquiry.
• Knows the features of all products and services and their providers/suppliers and can properly reference all benefits and resources, promotional materials, and NASW personnel for additional information.
4. TRAINING: Develops training for Member Services and other staff.  Maintains the Membership Guide for Standard Operating Procedures.  Works with staff to provide training, develop user guides, and recommend tools that enhance staff use of the NASW membership database. Helps Chapter staff resolve membership issues and understand member data.
5. DATA: Helps maintain data integrity and improve member records. Uses the member database to log transactions, conduct searches, and generate statistical data and membership reports. Compiles survey data from member contact reports. Works with IT, marketing and finance staff to analyze trends.
6. COMMUNITIES: Monitors and supports online communities for different groups of members. Seeks to connect members with relevant resources and with each other.
7. MARKETING: Supports membership recruitment and retention efforts to make the case for the value of association membership. Helps coordinate membership campaigns, especially those that enhance the integration of Chapter and National efforts.
III. ESSENTIAL EXPERIENCE, SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
1. SKILLS: Demonstrated organizational skills. Excellent customer service, verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills required. Good analytical, problem solving, research and data skills. Must have a customer service orientation and handle details effectively.  Must use a data-driven approach, ensuring that strategic efforts are selected based on available evidence.
2. KNOWLEDGE: Bachelor's degree required. BSW/MSW encouraged to apply. Working knowledge of database management systems, preferably a membership database system such as iMIS. Working knowledge of office procedures and familiarity with standard office business software applications including SharePoint, Word, Excel, Outlook and meeting or webinar tools. Knowledge of grammar, spelling, punctuation and required formats sufficient to create correspondence and reports. Knowledge of membership policies and procedures.
3. EXPERIENCE: Requires experience in establishing and implementing administrative operating procedures. Data entry, business and report writing. Three to five years of customer service experience in addition to the education requirement preferred. Member association experience preferred.
Please submit your cover letter and resume with the position announcement number #1417 to: The Office of Human Resources at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
NASW IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
(3-3-17)


NYAP is hiring a Treatment Coordinator in the Fairmont, WV office.  Applicant must hold current Social Work License.  For more details and to apply, please visit: www.nyap.org and look for the job posting under Treatment Coordinator (Fairmont)
(2-28-17)


Berkeley County Schools is in need of master level clinicians to provide therapy to students in the schools.  If interested please send resume to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(2-28-17)


Please see the attached job descriptions for the following: An Americorps VISTA and a Program Outreach Coordinator for the Family Resource Center. Both start in May. If anyone has any questions they can contact me via email or through calling at the number below.
Family Resource Center Coordinator at the Shack Neighborhood House
304-685-7160
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(2-27-17)


Branches Domestic Violence Shelter is seeking a Social Worker/Support Group Specialist.  If interested, please submit  a resume to Amanda McComas This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..   
POSITION DESCRIPTION
POSITION TITLE:   Social Worker/Support Group Specialist
SUPERVISED BY:    Executive Director
QUALIFICATIONS:     Bachelors Degree in social work/services, counseling, or related field.  Licensed Social Worker in the State of West Virginia.
GENERAL STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES:  To coordinate and provide direct supportive services for victims of domestic violence.
DUTIES:         (including but not limited to:)
• Provide individual, group and family crisis support and advocacy to resident and nonresident adults.
• Establish relationships with churches, senior centers service agencies, and other community resources to develop locations and referral sources for providing support groups for victims.
• Organize and facilitate support groups for survivors of domestic violence.
• Recruit and train a network of volunteers to provide childcare and transportation and other means of assistance in maintaining support groups in targeted communities.
• Assist in providing in-service training for related social service providers and professionals (i.e., clergy, police, medical, social workers, etc.)
• Provide appropriate referral services for clients who need counseling for non-domestic violence related issues.
• Maintain confidential client case records and transmit appropriate information to the Executive Director as required for reporting purposes.
• Participate in weekly staff meetings.  Participate in and assist in providing in-service training for staff
• Perform job functions of other employees as needed or requested by the Executive Director
• Abide by all policies and procedures established by the Board of Directors and/or Executive Director.
• Assist Director in fundraising and awareness events.
(2-27-17)


Posting Number  7793
Date Posted  February 28, 2017
Job Title  School-Based Therapist
Program/Department  School-Based Programs-Children’s Services Department
Facility Address  Cabell Midland High School
Reports to Wayne Bennett
  Type of position:
1 Full-time
 Hours 37.5/week
1 Non- Exempt

Benefits:   Full Benefits
Schedule: Monday- Friday 8:00am-4:00pm  
General Description:
This position will provide school based mental health services including screening and assessment, crisis intervention, information and referral, advocacy, case management, individual, group and family psychotherapy.  Provide consultation, technical assistance, and training to the school staff as it pertains to children’s mental health.  Maintain tracking and outcome data and participate in evaluation activities as appropriate.  Promote school based services by attending Faculty Senate and PTA meetings.  Provide education activities for students and their families for the purpose of skill development.  Facilitate groups for students, families, and/or school staff.  Attend monthly school based services supervision meetings.  Some flexibility of schedule may be necessary to accommodate students and families most likely in the form of one late evening.
Job Requirements:
MA in Counseling, Social Work, or Psychology, and must be licensed eligible.  Licensed Therapist must hold a WV license and present at time of hire (LPC, LGSW, LICSW, Licensed psychologist).  Valid driver’s license with reliable transportation. Experience working with children and adolescents preferred.  Experience working in school setting preferred. 
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
www.prestera.org/careers.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
Phone: 1-800-642-3434 x1019 x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(2-28-17)


Children’s Home Society of WV is seeking a full time Parent Educator in our Parents as Teachers Program in Wood County.  Responsibilities for this position include working with families in their home to promote healthy childhood growth and development and positive parent/child interaction.  Additional responsibilities include completion of assessments and documentation, development and implementation of monthly group activities, community outreach and participation in ongoing training. Applicants must have a demonstrated knowledge of early childhood development, strong communication skills, reliable transportation, valid automobile insurance, and pass all required background checks. Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field preferred, Associate’s degree in a human services related field required. Salary based on level of education.
Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and a résumé to:
Attn:  Beverly Lopreste
Children’s Home Society of WV
P.O. Box 763
Parkersburg, WV  26102
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(2-24-17)


JOB OPENING
The TEAM for West Virginia Children has a job opening for a Supervisor with Mountain State Healthy Families in its Logan County office. This is a voluntary In-Home Family Education program for families who are expecting or have just had a baby. 
Mountain State Healthy Families Supervisor
JOB DUTIES:
• Supervise a team of up to five Family Support Workers, providing individual administrative, clinical,  and reflective supervision.
• Facilitate regular team meetings.
• Arrange for the required training for team members.
• Coordinate and oversee logistics of participant group activities.
• Maintain required data collection systems for grant reporting.
• Assist in upholding program standards for accreditation.
• Serve on appropriate community and state groups.
• Provide community education presentations.
• Develop and maintain community partnerships.
JOB QUALIFICATIONS:
• Master’s degree in human services or fields related to working with children & families, or Bachelor’s degree with 3 years of relevant experience
• Experience in supervising, supporting, and motivating staff
• Knowledge of infant and child development and parent-child attachment
• Experience with family-centered and strength-based family services
• Knowledge of maternal-infant health and dynamics of abuse and neglect
• Experience in providing services to culturally diverse communities/families
• Experience in home visiting and early childhood services

HOURS: 40 hours per week                SALARY RANGE:         $35,000 to $38,000 plus good benefits         
SEND RESUME:           TEAM for West Virginia Children
                                    P.O. Box 1653
                                    Huntington, WV  25717                      e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
                                    (304) 523-9587 (ext 315)                    FAX:     (304) 523-9595
DEADLINE:                  March 15, 2017
Equal Opportunity Employer
(2-24-17)


Therapist - Saint Mary's Correctional Center (Saint Mary’s, WV)
Candidate must have minimum of master's degree in the human service field, and be licensed or license eligible in WV. Position to include 401K, health insurance, CEU stipend, vacation and personal leave, competitive salary, and flexible work schedule. Job description includes providing individual therapy and group therapy to inmates, conducting initial mental health assessments, conducting assessments for psychiatric triage, conducting suicide risk assessments, working with PSIMED, WVDOC, and medical staff, and being able to meet the expectations of other duties not listed above. If interested in position send an email, with resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Ella Messinger at 304-344-8515 for more information.
(2-24-17)


Posting Number  7788
Date Posted  February 23, 2017
Job Title  Therapist
Program/Department  Lincoln County
Facility Address  Lincoln County High School
Reports to Rachael Oiler
 Type of position:
1 Full-time
 Hours 37.5 /week
1 ExemptBenefits : Full Benefits  
Schedule: Monday- Friday 8:30am-5:00pm  
General Description:
This individual will provide individual, group and family therapy, support and education, along with case management to children populations and some adults on an outpatient basis.  Will perform assessments and treatment planning.                 Job Requirements:
Requires MA in Psychology, Counseling or Social Work. Experience in the field and license or license eligibility preferred.  Valid driver’s license with reliable transportation is required.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
3375 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/jobs 
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(2-24-17)


Posting Number  7789
Date Posted  February 23, 2017
Job Title  Program Coordinator
Program/Department  Buddy-to-Buddy Volunteer Veteran Program
Facility Address  
511 Morris St.
Charleston, WV  25301
Reports to Karen Yost
 Type of position:
1 Part-time
 Hours: 24/week
1  Non-Exempt
Benefits:    NONE  
Schedule: Varies   
General Description:
This individual would be responsible for overseeing the outreach, administrative and budgetary aspects of Buddy-to-Buddy Volunteer Veteran Program.
Job Requirements:
Bachelor's preferred, but non-degreed acceptable depending on experience. Driver's license and reliable transportation required. Must obtain and maintain CPR/FA and CPI certifications
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers.
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(2-24-17)


Children’s Home Society of WV is seeking a full-time Safe At Home Wraparound Facilitator to work in Ritchie, Doddridge, and Pleasants Counties. This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in a human service field and two years post-graduate experience working with youth and families. Qualified applicants must also demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills, be committed to working with older youth and their families, be able to collaborate with consumers and professionals, have reliable transportation, possess a valid driver’s license and automobile insurance, and pass all required background screenings. Schedule must be flexible to meet the needs of the family. Competitive salary and excellent benefits package offered. Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and a résumé to:
Attn: Shelley Plauché-Adkins
Children's Home Society of WV
P.O. Box 763
Parkersburg, WV 26102
(304)485-0650
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Equal Opportunity Employer
(2-23-17)


SOCIAL WORKER
Thomas Health has a full time opening for a Social Worker.  Individual must be licensed to practice in the State of WV, BSW required, hospital experience is preferred.    We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefit package, free parking and 401k.  It is the policy and practice of Thomas Health to conduct background investigations before a candidate is hired.  Thomas Health System includes Thomas Hospital and St. Francis Hospital.  As such, employees are considered shared and may be required to work at either facility.  Please apply online at www.thomashealth.org.
(2-23-17)


Therapist - Saint Mary's Correctional Center (Saint Marys, WV)
Candidate must have minimum of master's degree in the human service field, and be licensed or license eligible in WV. Position to include 401K, health insurance, CEU stipend, vacation and personal leave, competitive salary, and flexible work schedule. Job description includes providing individual therapy and group therapy to inmates, conducting initial mental health assessments, conducting assessments for psychiatric triage, conducting suicide risk assessments, working with PSIMED, WVDOC, and medical staff, and being able to meet the expectations of other duties not listed above. If interested in position send an email, with resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Ella Messinger at 304-344-8515 for more information.
(2-23-17)


NYAP is expanding our West Virginia Safe-at-Home Programs. 
WE ARE HIRING and seeking candidates in:
(Braxton) Sutton - 26601
(Clay) Clay - 25043
(Calhoun) Grantsville - 26147
(Gilmer) Glenville 26351
(Wirt) Elizabeth - 26143
(Marshall) Moundsville - 26041
(Tyler) Middlebourne - 26149
(Wetzel) New Martinsville - 26155
Those with degrees in Social Work or Human Services and experience working with youth and families are encouraged to apply.  Details can be found in our job descriptions online at www.nyap.org.
NYAP is EEOC compliant and encourages diversity.
Please feel free to forward this message or email me if more information is needed!
Barbara Underwood, MBA
Human Resource Business Partner, Recruiting
National Youth Advocate Program, Inc.
(614) 824-1207
(2-23-17)


Posting Number  7786
Date Posted  February 21, 2017
Job Title  Therapist
Program/Department  ACT Team
Facility Address  511 Morris St.
Charleston, WV
Reports to Sarah Sturm
Type of position:
1 Full-time
Hours   37.5/week

Benefits:   Full Benefits
Schedule:
Monday- Friday 8:30am- 5:00pm with flexibility and on call rotation   
General Description:
Will serve on a community based rehabilitative mental health team serving individuals with psychiatric experiences.   Will provide and coordinate assessments, tx planning, and service delivery tailored to the individual needs of consumers. Will provide group education/therapy and individual therapy and conduct home visits.
Job Requirements:
MA in Counseling, Social Work, or Psychology, minimum of two years’ experience in behavioral health services specializing in SA and/or assessment/treatment and/or vocational rehabilitation. Experience with group therapy preferred. Valid driver’s license and access to reliable transportation required.  If on license track must present at time of hire temporary licenses (MSW), provisional licenses (counseling, or gold card (psychology majors).  Licensed Therapist must hold a WV License and present at time of hire (LPC, LGSW, Licensed Psychologist).
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers.
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(2-23-17)


Posting Number  7785
Date Posted  February 21, 2017
Job Title  ACT Case Manager
Program/Department  Adult Services Department
Facility Address  
511 Morris St.
Charleston, WV  25301
Reports to Sarah Sturm
Type of position:
1 Full-time
Hours 37.5/week
1  Non-Exempt
Benefits:    Full Benefits  
Schedule: Monday- Friday 8:30am-5:00pm with flexibility and on – call rotation  
General Description:
This employee will provide case management services for an adult caseload.  Will advocate on the client’s behalf for services needed, link with other agencies and internally for services, and refer clients as needed.  Participates in treatment plans, and advocates with physicians as appropriate.  Provides advisory and consultative services related to mental health programming.
Job Requirements:
BA in Psychology, Social Work or Counseling. One-year experience working with mentally ill population required.  Valid driver's license is required with reliable transportation. Must have good communication and teamwork skills.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers.
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(2-23-17)


WV Medical Professionals Health Program Case/Program Manager Position-Bridgeport, WV.  Established non-profit organization looking for a qualified Case/Program Manager; FTE position; working in collaboration with the Medical Director, responsible for the management of program operations and activities, providing leadership to the team, case management oversight, including participant interviews, referrals, coordinating discharge planning, monitoring, compliance, fund raising, education and other related program activities.  This a non-treatment position in that there is no provider-patient relationship.  Advanced degree in mental health/addiction field & state licensure desirable.  At least 3-5 years’ experience with direct clinical services with broad exposure to chemical dependency, psychiatric and mental illness.  Prior experience in evaluation and/or treatment center processes, employee assistance programs and/or clinical experience with professional populations highly desirable.  Excellent computer skills utilizing Microsoft Office and other programs required.  Professional demeanor and excellent communication skills.  Personal recovery and office experience preferable. 
Send Resumes to:  4013 Buckhannon Pike, Mount Clare, WV 26408.
(2-17-17)


Posting Number  7778
Date Posted  February 16, 2017
Job Title  BRS II
Program/Department  Crisis Services
Facility Address  CSU Logan
Reports to Christopher Kidd
 Type of position:
1 Relief
Hours  40/week
1 Non-Exempt

Benefits : Full Benefits  
Schedule: Varies  
General Description:  Provides supportive intervention groups, intake assessments, and direct care overseeing the activities of consumers in their treatment setting.  This individual will also assist in cleaning, laundry, and food prep. 

Job Requirements:
BA in Psychology, Social Work, or Counseling, and valid driver’s license and access to reliable transportation during work hours required. Must be flexible and able to work independently.  Experience preferred.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.presera.org/careers
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(2-16-17)


The WellTree, llc is seeking applicants for the position of Family Education Specialist in the following counties: Marion, Monongalia, Barbour, Taylor and Preston counties. Education requirement is a degree in social work or a Human Service degree in the following: Sociology • Psychology • Counseling • Interpersonal Communication • Human Services • Primary or Secondary Education • Criminal Justice • Board of Regents with an emphasis in Human Service • Gerontology • Family and Consumer Science. Social work license is preferred not required. Must have valid WV driver’s license and clear CIB/FBI and CPS/APS background checks. Position provides in-home services to at-risk children and families. Above average pay offered to successful candidates. Email letter of interest and resume to shawntrimble@thewelltree
(2-16-17)


The WellTree, llc is seeking applicants for the position of Visitation Specialist in the following counties: Marion, Monongalia, Barbour, Taylor and Preston counties. Education requirement is a high school diploma. College students are welcome to apply.  Must have valid WV driver’s license and clear CIB/FBI and CPS/APS background checks. Position provides supervised visitation to children and families. Above average pay offered to successful candidates. Email letter of interest and resume to shawntrimble@thewelltree
(2-16-17)


Mountaineer ChalleNGe Academy in Kingwood has openings for
Deputy Director
Recruiting Placement Mentor
Applicants must submit a completed WV Military authority Application for Employment and resume to WV Military Authority, 1703 Coonskin Drive, Charleston, WV 25311-1085.
Applications may be obtained from: http://www.wv.ngb.army.mil/jobs/staffing/Vacancy%20Announcement/default/html
(2-16-17)


Social Worker - MSW
1. Current license issued by the West Virginia Board of Social Work Examiners.  Master’s degree mandatory.
2. CPR certification
3. Ability to withstand long hours and function under stress.
4. Must possess excellent interpersonal skills, assertive, highly motivated and exercise independent thinking, judgement, and decision-making.
5. Work effectively with all internal departments, medical staff, extended care facilities, patients, families of patients, caregivers and external agencies.
Responsibility to focus on discharge planning for patients so that they are prepared for their home or transfer to an extended care facility: works with all age groups. Complies with ethical and professional standards of conduct as set forth by the national Association of Social Workers.  Is an advocate of patient s rights.  Provides information and referral services for general public as well as other professionals employed at FRMC.  Provides Advance Directives information to patients, family and friends and assists with completion of Living Wills, Medical Power of Attorney, Health Care Surrogate or any other appropriate decision making documents as specified by state and federal law including but not limited to committeeship or Guardianship judgments.  Assists with adoption process. Provides all call services for acute care and Emergency Department. Able to adapt to constantly changing healthcare environment by recognizing opportunities for improvement and embracing change to bring about improvements.  Demonstrates excellent customer service to both internal and external customers through positive communication, cooperation, professional behavior, and displaying by actions that customer satisfaction is the primary goal of this institution.  Facilitates discharge planning for acute care patients and SNF patients as needed. Effectively facilities and documents patients that are admitted/returning to Nursing Home Facilities.( assess and documentation of referral, interaction with pt/family/MD, interaction with nursing facility and documentation of the admission/transfer process)
Adoption of  a Newborn/Release of Minor child to individual or agency (review of series of events and documentation to ascertain that hospital policy is followed)
Completion of Nursing Discharge Summary Sheet (completes nursing d/c summary sheet upon patient s discharge if DME/HH referral is present)
Documentation of Home Health/DME Referrals (follows HH/DME referral policy/procedure) and completion and documentation of Preference Sheet.
Documentation of Plan of Care ( document progress toward a goal) and communicates and regularly updates the patient regarding his/her plan of care.   Accurately completes all required forms and documentation as needed for continuum of care.
Assist with financial counseling (MC guidelines and MD eligibility. Explain application procedures, assess family s financial situation, taking into consideration patients prognosis and medical needs and facilitating the referral process to any agency for financial assistance when appropriate, assess relationship of patients medical and nursing requirements to his/her home situation, financial resources, and community resources available to him/her.
Performs initial assessments within 72 hours of admission and re-assessments at least every 72 hours and as needed.
Makes referrals to Child Protective Services/Adult Protective Services when indicated and documents.
Assist patients and their families in determining appropriate level of care, available resources.  Provide information to the Nursing Home or other facility.  Completes PAS as necessary.
Assess the social and emotional factors related to the patient s illness, his/her need for care, response to treatment, and adjustment to care.  Acts appropriately to assist the patient with resolving problems in these areas.   Psychosocial evaluation and psychiatry consults as indicated.
Serves a  notary for hospital for the purpose of Advance Directives.
Consults with the physician and other members of the health team for the purpose of assisting them to understand significant social, emotional and environmental factor related to the patient s health problems.
Receives referral from any member of the health care team or family and evaluates patients and their discharge needs/relevant issues with nursing staff, physician, patient, and patient s family as necessary.
Prepares discharge plan with the purpose of improving the scope and quality of existing services or extending services.
Home Care Coordination: arrange for necessary appropriate equipment and services.
Explain Medicare coverage guidelines while staying abreast of current trends: Issues Important Message from Medicare letter to patient/caregiver when requested by Case Manager
Participates on committees as requested and attends in-services and department meetings.  Maintains required CEU s per year.
Performs other duties as assigned or required.
We are an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer and do not discriminate against applicants due to veteran status, disability, race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or other protected characteristics. If you need special accommodation for the application process, please contact Human Resources.<br> EEO is the Law: <a href='http://www1.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/eeoc_self_print_poster.pdf'>http://www1.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/eeoc_self_print_poster.pdf</a>
Please contact Amanda Harris, HR Coordinator with questions.
304.367.7454
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(2-14-17)


Posting Number  7744
Date Posted  January 17, 2017
Job Title  School-Based Case Manager
Program/Department  Children’s Department
Facility Address  Cabell Elementary Schools: Milton Elementary, Nicholas, Culloden, Ona, Salt Rock, Hite Saunders, Davis Creek
Reports to Nicole Gue
 Type of position:
1 Full-time
Hours 37.5/week
1 Non-Exempt

Benefits: Full Benefits     
Schedule: Monday- Friday 8:00am-4:00pm  
General Description:
This position will provide intensive, targeted case management and supported services to qualifying students at Huntington Middle School.  Will respond to referrals; schedule and complete a full psycho-social intake; Arrange for, facilitate, and reassess treatment plans; Maintain a tracking system for all consumers to ensure that services are being delivered according to regulatory guidelines. 
Job Requirements:
B.A. in Counseling, Psychology or Social Work and a valid driver’s license is required. 
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers.
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(2.14.17)


WV 2-1-1 Executive Director Call for Proposals
WV 2-1-1 Mission: Linking people to community services in West Virginia.
Call: Nonprofit organization seeks person or entity to coordinate statewide functions for WV2-1-1. Position currently held by an Executive Director, but Board of Directors seeks creative proposals for fulfilling the critical duties for our state. The Board will entertain proposals from existing for profit or nonprofit organizations, individuals or groups to undertake these responsibilities. All suggestions will be considered.
Service: WV 2-1-1 Coordination
Functions: Manage and oversee WV MT AIRS and WV 2-1-1.
Work with existing information and referral programs and service providers in West Virginia to identify data sources for the 2-1-1 database and maintain and regularly update the 2-1-1 database on an annual basis.
Ensure that the WV 2-1-1 Call Center is compliant with national AIRS standards.
Provide training and support as needed to WV 2-1-1 call specialists and partners. Provide linkage between partners and call center.
Market and promote WV 2-1-1 services throughout the state with lawmakers, policymakers and communities.
Identify and secure funding to sustain WV 2-1-1.
Work with the Board of Directors to achieve the mission of the organization. Provide regular financial statements to the board. Manage financial duties of the organization.
Deadline and Contact:
Letter of intent should be emailed to Laura Gilliam, WV 2-1-1 Board President at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by February 21st. Full proposals are due February 28, 2017. Additional information including an individual job description may be obtained by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or calling 304-523-8929, ext. 104
(2-14-17)


The Children's Home Society's Wheeling location has an opening for a Relief (20-28 hours/week) Permanency Social Worker or Case Manager.  Responsibilities for this position include permanency efforts for children and youth in the Adoption and Foster Care Programs. Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to: recruitment of adoptive and foster families, completion of home studies and assessments, conducting foster and adoptive parent training, and domestic and international adoption Social Work.  Interested candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or a related field, Social Work License eligibility preferred. Additional requirements include a valid driver’s license, automobile insurance, clear background screenings, and a shared 24-hour on call responsibility.
Applicants should send a résumé and letter of interest to:
Attn: Stephanie Strope, Permanency Supervisor
Children’s Home Society of WV
87 15th Street
Wheeling, WV 26003
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EOE
(2-13-17)


KVC West Virginia is seeking a dedicated Therapist to serve families of West Virginia!
We are currently looking for Therapists in Charleston, Hamlin, Mullens, Verdunville, Wayne, Ripley, and Spencer, WV.
Read the full job description and apply today at www.kvc.org/careers!
Sarah Janssen
Talent Acquisition, Recruiter  KVC Health Systems
OFFICE: 913.322.4900  DIRECT: 913.322.4913
(2-13-17)


Wraparound Facilitator Needed
Genesis Youth Crisis Center is seeking a wraparound facilitator for Safe at Home WV, one to serve Wetzel, Tyler, and Marshall Counties combined and one for Webster County. The Wraparound Facilitator requires a Bachelor’s Degree in a human service field and 2 yrs. post graduate experience working with youth and families. The successful candidate will demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication, be collaborative and communities minded and have reliable transportation. Must pass a pre-employment drug screen, criminal background check and CPS check, have a valid WV driver’s license and 21 yrs. or older. Please submit a resume to Director of Human Resources, Genesis Youth Crisis Center, Inc. P.O. Box 546 Clarksburg, WV 26302 or fill out application at www.genesisyouthcenter.com. We are EEOP.
(2-8-17)


Social Work position - Children’s Home Society in Martinsburg is seeking applicants for a Safe At Home Facilitator position for the eastern panhandle area. This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in a human service field and two years of post-graduate experience working with youth and families.  This person must also demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills, be committed to working with older youth and their families, and be able to collaborate with consumers and professionals.  Schedule must be flexible to meet the needs of the family.  Excellent benefit package includes health insurance, paid time off and sick leave.  EOE
If interested, please send cover letter and resume to:
Deb Barthlow
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(2-7-17)


Posting Number  7772
Date Posted  February 7, 2017
Job Title  DUI Clinician
Program/Department Pinecrest
Facility Address  5600 US RT 60 E
Huntington, WV- 25705
Reports to Rachel Goddard
 Type of position:
1 Full-time
Hours 37.5/week

Benefits : Full Benefits   
Schedule: Monday- Friday 8:30am-5:00pm. Two Evening shift.  
General Description:
Provide direct services to DUI offenders under the DUI Safety and Treatment Program and individuals in short-term residential treatment. Provide documentation to DMV as outlined in the contractual agreement and center policy. Provide clinical evaluations, education, intervention and treatment to facilitate client’s completion of the DUI program. Manage DUI fees appropriately ensuring all fees are paid or appropriate arrangements for payment are made prior to program completion.

Job Requirements:
BA in human service field required. Eligible for certification in addictions counseling within 18 months of hire.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers.
Phone: 304-525-7851 Ext 1020 or 1019
Fax 304-525-7893
(2-7-17)


Full Time LSW Case Manager (CM)
Full Time Administrative and Services Coordinator 
Part Time Community Engagement Specialist (CES)
The Greater Wheeling Coalition for the Homeless has immediate openings for the above listed positions.
Application Process:
For more information and full disclosures including salary and benefits, please visit our website and choose the second news article titled “Available Positions”, located under “Latest News” for one PDF containing ALL job descriptions. Please scroll through the entire PDF document to locate the applicable job description you are intending to apply for.
In order to be considered ALL must be included and received by February 28, 2017: full cover letter specifying position of interest, resume, and 3 professional references, addressed to:
Ms. Lisa A. Badia, Executive Director
Greater Wheeling Coalition for the Homeless
84 15th St., Wheeling, WV 26003 
OR email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(2-7-17)


Residential Therapist
Safe At Home Wraparound Facilitators
Youth Services Worker
Burlington United Family Services- a Non-Profit Church Related Agency is recruiting Clinical, Graduate and Licensed Social Workers, LPCs, and those who qualify for a provisional SW license or have a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services Field and qualify for a provisional SW license.  Benefits available to full time employees. 
Safe at Home Wrap Around facilitators (LSW/GSW or provisional)- positions are available in most counties in WV
Therapist (SW, LPC/Provisional)- Available at Burlington, WV Residential Campus
Youth Service Workers (LSW) various locations
Home Finder (LSW/GSW or provisional) various locations
Apply with resume and cover letter stating which position you are applying for and what counties you are willing to work  in to
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  please place job title in the subject for fastest response.  BUMFS is an Equal Opportunity Employer
visit our website @ www.bumfs.org; follow us on Facebook @ www.facebook.com/bumfs1913
Contact if unable to apply online:
Cyndi Drury, PHR, SHRM-CP
Human Resource Manager
Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc.
120 Hope Lane
PO Box 69
Burlington, WV 26710
304-289-6010 ext 7227
304-289-3903 (fax)
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(2-5-17)


Stonerise at Home (Stonerise Reliable Healthcare) has an immediate opening for Medical Social Worker to join our growing team.  With a competitive per visit rate, this is the perfect position for a second income, part-time work, or a retirement job.  You will have the chance to work with seasoned clinicians whose common mission is "through love, serve one another".
For more information or to apply online:
http://reliablehs.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a2myecxs3usq
(2-2-17)


Director of Social Services
Genesis HealthCare, Sistersville, WV
Contact Christopher McBee, Executive Director 304 652-1032
Or visit www.genesiscareers.jobs
Benefits provided.
(2-2-17)


The Martinsburg Child Shelter in Martinsburg has an opening for a full time Social Worker/Case Manager. Requirements include Bachelor's degree in Human Services field with current Social Work license or license eligibility and experience working with children and families. Reliable transportation and valid automobile insurance required. Competitive salary and excellent benefits package offered. Tuition assistance and paid CEU opportunities available. May 2017 graduates will be considered. Interested applicants should submit a résumé and letter of interest to:
Diane Martin - Apply Now
Martinsburg Shelter Supervisor
Children's Home Society of WV
301 Compassion Dr.
Martinsburg, WV 25405
304-263-5014
(1-31-17)


Catholic Charities West Virginia is seeking a qualified applicant for a part-time position (20 hours per week) as the Regional Food Pantry Coordinator.
The primary responsibility will oversee the operations of food pantries within a 6-county area. This includes loading, unloading the mobile food pantry van, supervising the pantry process, and maintaining, ordering, and purchasing food. The successful candidate must have a valid WV or OH Driver's License, safe driving record, and the ability and willingness to drive a customized van.
A high school diploma or equivalent is required. However, a Bachelor's Degree is preferred. Experience in social service field is also preferred. Must possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills, proven organizations skills with the ability to prioritize and utilize effective time management techniques, and the ability to work collaboratively in a team environment. Strong computer skills and database experience is required.
Must be able to work flexible days and hours. Involves routinely lifting up to 40 lbs. This position will be based in the Parkersburg office.
Please send resume and references no later than February 17, 2017 to Deborah Shaffer at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or to
          Deborah Shaffer
          Catholic Charities West Virginia
          1226 Market Street
          Parkersburg WV  26101
(1-31-17)


Posting Number  7769
Date Posted  January 31, 2017
Job Title  Supervisor
Program/Department  Addiction Services
Facility Address  PARC Riverside, Laurelwood East, Matti V. Lee, Harbor House, and Recovery Engagement Center.
Reports to Dana Petroff
 Type of position:
1 Full-time
0 Part-time
 Hours   37.5/week
1 Exempt
0 Non-Exempt

Benefits: Full Benefits  
Schedule: Monday – Friday 8:30am-5:00pm and on call coverage  
General Description:
This position will provide administrative oversight to the substance abuse adult residential programs.  The position will be responsible for facilities management, staff management, and fiscal management of assigned programs. The position will require some flexibility to work evening and/or weekends if the need arises within the program.  Additionally, this position has the potential to receive phone calls from staff during non-scheduled work hours.

Job Requirements:
Bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, or counseling with prior experience supervising is required.  Excellent organizational and communication skills. A valid driver's license with reliable transportation is also required.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers.
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1010 or x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(1-31-17)


Posting Number  7770
Date Posted  January 31, 2017
Job Title  Team Leader II
Program/Department  Central
Facility Address  1046 Central Ave
Charleston, WV-25302
Reports to Tracie Hall
 Type of position:
1 Full-time
0 Part-time
 Hours   37.5/week
0 Exempt
1 Non-Exempt

Benefits :   Full Benefits
Schedule:  Monday – Friday 8:30am-5:00pm plus on call  
General Description:
This position will serve as the Team Leader of a group home to provide supervision and shift scheduling to 24-hour residential support staff and to provide direct services to consumers with chronic mental health problems.  Work includes:  overseeing day to day service delivery to team assigned clients, supervision of day treatment program, development and on going evaluations of programming assessments and planning for assigned clients as well as establishing and monitoring program budgets.
Job Requirements:
BA in Psychology, Social Work or Counseling required and supervisory experience preferred. Valid driver’s license required. Applicants with High School Diploma or GED will be considered as Team Leader I if they have sufficient experience in the field.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or 1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(1-31-17)


The National Youth Advocate Program is seeking candidates for the following new positions in the foster care program
     Licensing and Placement Manager   Full time position Fairmont, WV.  The manager is responsible to oversee all foster home recruitment, training foster parents and licensing activities in West Virginia, including the direct supervision of staff performing these duties.  The manager is also responsible for implementation of s system of quality assurance to ensure compliance with all agency foster home licensing policies and procedure.  Minimum Qualifications is a Masters’ Degree in Social Work or related field, licensure and five years of experience working with youth and families including experience in foster care and foster home licensing.
     Licensing Coordinator Full time position Fairmont, WV. The licensing coordinator will conduct home studies and train new foster families in the Fairmont regional area.  Must be able to work flexible hours, including some weekends and evenings, have strong organizational and communication skills.  Must be willing to travel throughout north central West Virginia.  Must have one year of related experience, a BS in social work or related field, and hold a WV social work license.
     Licensing Coordinator/Treatment Coordinator   Full Time position in Parkersburg, WV.  This staff person will license new foster families and work with youth residing in foster homes.  Must be able to work flexible hours, including some weekends and evenings, have strong organizational and communication skills.  One year of experience, a BS in social work or related field, and hold a WV social work license.
     Treatment Coordinator/Adoption Specialist Full time position Fairmont, WV.  The treatment coordinator will work with youth placed in foster care homes in north central West Virginia. In addition, this staff member will complete adoptions for youth placed in the foster care program.  Bachelor’s Degree in social work or related field required, one year of experience and social work license or license eligible.   
     Treatment Coordinator Part time with the possibility of moving to a full time position Martinsburg, WV.  The treatment coordinator will work with youth placed in foster care homes in Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan Counties.  Bachelor Degree in social work or related field required and social work license or license eligible.
     Treatment Aide   Contract position   Working with a youth and foster parents providing mentoring and support services within a foster home and school settings in the Martinsburg area.  Position will be approximately 10-15 hours per week based upon the individual needs and treatment goals for the youth   High School Diploma and experience working with youth.
     Competitive salary and benefit package.  Team oriented.  Apply online www.nyap.org or fax resume to 304-333-2210 attention P Dodd by February 8, 2017 EOE
Paula Dodd
Administrative Assistant
909 Morgantown Avenue
Fairmont, WV  26554
O:  304-363-4237
F:  304-333-2210
(1-31-17)


Children’s Wraparound Facilitators    Full Time One Position in Fairmont WV and one position in Martinsburg WV. The Children’s Wraparound program designed to ensure youth remain in their own homes and communities.  Staff working in this home based program are responsible for coordinating a seamless multi agency service approach for youth and families.  The facilitator will provide services to youth and families in Marion County and the second position in Berkeley County West Virginia.   Must have Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field and two years of experience working with youth/families and the ability to work a flexible schedule.  Background clearances, clean driving record, valid driver’s license and transportation is required. Competitive salary and benefit package.  Apply on line at www.nyap.org or fax resume to 304-333-2210 by February 8, 2017 EOE
Paula Dodd
Administrative Assistant
909 Morgantown Avenue
Fairmont, WV  26554
O:  304-363-4237
F:  304-333-2210
(1-31-17)


Social Worker/Facilitator    One Position in Fairmont WV and one position in Wheeling WV. Safe at Home WV is a wraparound program designed to ensure youth remain in their own homes and communities.  Staff working in this home based program are responsible for coordinating a seamless multi agency service approach for youth and families.  The facilitator will provide services to youth and families in Marion and Monongalia counties and the second facilitator will provide services to youth and families in Ohio, Brooke and Hancock Counties.  Must have Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field and two years of experience working with older youth/families and the ability to work a flexible schedule.  Background clearances, clean driving record, valid driver’s license and transportation is required. Competitive salary and benefit package.  Apply on line at www.nyap.org or fax resume to 304-333-2210 by February 8, 2017 EOE
Paula Dodd
Administrative Assistant
909 Morgantown Avenue
Fairmont, WV  26554
O:  304-363-4237
F:  304-333-2210
(1-31-17)


Facilitator/Social Worker:  Working in a new program with the National Youth Advocate Program.  Safe at Home, WV.  The Facilitator is responsible for coordinating seamless multi agency service provisions for youth and families.  This staff member will facilitate family joining and create an environment that is strength-based. 
Two facilitator positions will be hired working in Ohio, Brooke and Hancock counties and one position for Preston, Taylor and Barbour counties. 
Must have a Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field, two years of experience working with youth/families and a commitment to working with older youth/families. Staff must be willing to work a flexible schedule to meet the needs of the family unit. The facilitator will work closely with a team of family members and professionals to develop and implement individualized plans of care.
Clear background clearances, driving record, valid driver’s license and transportation required. Competitive salary and benefit package.  Apply on-line at www.nyap.org EOE
Barbara Underwood, MBA
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Human Resource Business Partner, Recruiting
National Youth Advocate Program, Inc.
1801 Watermark Dr., Suite 200
Columbus, OH 43215
O: (614) 824-1207
(1-31-17)


NYAP is excited to announce that we are expanding our West Virginia Safe-at-Home Programs into the Ritchie/Pleasants/Doddridge, Wood, Braxton/Clay, Calhoun/Gilmer/Wirt, Marshall/Tyler/Wetzel, Jackson/Roane counties!  As a result of this expansion, WE ARE HIRING! We have 20+  new jobs open that need to be filled!
For a complete list of career opportunities available, please visit our website at www.nyap.org.   Those with degrees in Social Work or Human Services and experience working with youth and families are encouraged to apply.  Details can be found in our job descriptions online.
NYAP is EEOC compliant and encourages diversity.  Please feel free to forward this message or email me if more information is needed!
Barbara Underwood, MBA
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Human Resource Business Partner, Recruiting
National Youth Advocate Program, Inc.
1801 Watermark Dr., Suite 200
Columbus, OH 43215
O: (614) 824-1207
(1-31-17)


FT Permanency SW- The Children's Home Society's Martinsburg  location  has an opening for a Permanency Social Worker/Case Manager.  Responsibilities include permanency efforts for children and youth in the Adoption, Foster Care and Shelter Care Programs. Including but not limited to the: Recruitment of adoptive and foster families, home studies, training, assessments, domestic and international adoption social work.  Interested candidates must have a social work degree and have a valid social work license or be license eligible, driver’s license, automobile insurance and pass all CIB, FBI and abuse and neglect background checks. EOE
Resumes should be forwarded to:
Victoria Slater-Madert
Child and Family Services Supervisor
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(1-27-17)


Courageous Journey, PLLC is a private practice outpatient mental health agency, serving the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia and surrounding areas. 
Responsibilities include, but not limited to:
• Intake, assessment, problem identification, treatment planning, recording progress notes, making collateral contacts
• Provide individual and family counseling, as well as neurofeedback
• Facilitate team trainings
• Present cases for supervision
Requirements:
• Candidate must possess a Masters Degree
• Candidate must be be licensed at the Masters Level, in the state of WV, as an LGSW, LCSW, LICSW, or LPC
Benefits included
Salary negotiable
Experience in working with adults, children, and families with a variety of personal, social, and mental health needs preferred, but not required
To Inquire:
Fax resume to 888-596-2658
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(1-25-17)


Children’s Home Society of WV is seeking two full-time Safe At Home Wraparound Facilitators to work in Wood and Wirt Counties. These positions require a Bachelor’s Degree in a human service field and two years post-graduate experience working with youth and families. Qualified applicants must also demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills, be committed to working with older youth and their families, be able to collaborate with consumers and professionals, have reliable transportation, possess a valid driver’s license and automobile insurance, and pass all required background screenings. Schedule must be flexible to meet the needs of the family. Competitive salary and excellent benefits package offered. Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and a résumé to:
Attn: Shelley Plauché-Adkins
Children's Home Society of WV
P.O. Box 763
Parkersburg, WV 26102
(304)485-0650
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Equal Opportunity Employer
(1-24-17)


Children’s Home Society of WV is seeking a full-time Safe At Home Wraparound Facilitator to work in Ritchie, Doddridge, and Pleasants Counties. This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in a human service field and two years post-graduate experience working with youth and families. Qualified applicants must also demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills, be committed to working with older youth and their families, be able to collaborate with consumers and professionals, have reliable transportation, possess a valid driver’s license and automobile insurance, and pass all required background screenings. Schedule must be flexible to meet the needs of the family. Competitive salary and excellent benefits package offered. Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and a résumé to:
Attn: Shelley Plauché-Adkins
Children's Home Society of WV
P.O. Box 763
Parkersburg, WV 26102
(304)485-0650
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Equal Opportunity Employer
(1-24-17)


Children’s Home Society of WV is seeking a full-time Safe At Home Wraparound Facilitator to work in Gilmer and Calhoun Counties. This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in a human service field and two years post-graduate experience working with youth and families. Qualified applicants must also demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills, be committed to working with older youth and their families, be able to collaborate with consumers and professionals, have reliable transportation, possess a valid driver’s license and automobile insurance, and pass all required background screenings. Schedule must be flexible to meet the needs of the family. Competitive salary and excellent benefits package offered. Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and a résumé to:
Attn: Shelley Plauché-Adkins
Children's Home Society of WV
P.O. Box 763
Parkersburg, WV 26102
(304)485-0650
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Equal Opportunity Employer
(1-24-17)


Posting Number  7753
Date Posted  January 24, 2017
Job Title  Community Engagement Specialist 2
Program/Department  Adult Services
Facility Address  Boone County
Reports to Keli Mallory
 Type of position:
1 Full-time
0 Part-time
0 Relief
Hours   37.5/week
0 Exempt
1 Non-Exempt

Benefits: Full Benefits  
Schedule: Monday- Friday 8:30am-4:30pm  
General Description:
Works in the community to assist consumers with serious mental illness, substance abuse, co-occurring or co-existing disorders that are at risk of psychiatric hospitalization or are currently committed.  Collaborates and engages with community resources to prevent the need for involuntary commitment, improve community integration, and promote recovery by addressing the needs of all eligible individuals.

Job Requirements:
BA in Psychology, Social Work, or Counseling, and valid driver’s license and access to reliable transportation during work hours required. Experience and prior training working with mental health, substance abuse population, and co-existing population is preferred.  Knowledge of community resources preferred.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.presera.org/careers.
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1020 or x1019
Fax: 304-525-7893
(1-24-17)


Posting Number  7754
Date Posted  January 24, 2017
Job Title  Community Engagement Specialist 2
Program/Department  Adult Services
Facility Address  Resource Center
1853 8th Ave.
Huntington, WV
Reports to Julie Mabe
 Type of position:
1 Full-time
0 Part-time
0 Relief
Hours 37.5/week
0 Exempt
1 Non-Exempt

Benefits: Full Benefits  
Schedule: Monday- Friday 8:30am-4:30pm  
General Description:
Works in the community to assist consumers with serious mental illness, substance abuse, co-occurring or co-existing disorders that are at risk of psychiatric hospitalization or are currently committed.  Collaborates and engages with community resources to prevent the need for involuntary commitment, improve community integration, and promote recovery by addressing the needs of all eligible individuals.

Job Requirements:
BA in Psychology, Social Work, or Counseling, and valid driver’s license and access to reliable transportation during work hours required. Experience and prior training working with mental health, substance abuse population, and co-existing population is preferred.  Knowledge of community resources preferred.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.presera.org/careers.
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(1-24-17)


CASE MANAGER SPECIALIST needed to provide services to victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault in Marion County. Master’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling preferred. Excellent salary and benefits. Provide three job related references and resume to: Director, PO Box 626, Fairmont, WV, 26555 by 2-3-17. EOE.
(1-24-17)


MASTER’S LEVEL COUNSELOR needed to provide services to victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault in Harrison County and surrounding area. Must have WV Drivers license and vehicle for occasional travel. Master’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling preferred. Excellent salary with benefits. Submit three job related references and resume to: Director, PO Box 626, Fairmont, WV, 26555 by 2-3-17. EOE.
(1-24-17)


LICSW Needed
Central West Virginia
(1 hr. from Charleston)
We have an opening for a LICSW for an outstanding community healthcare clinic that is just an hour North of Charleston, WV.  If you are a social worker looking to make a very important impact on a community, please inquire about this opportunity.
Job Description
•      LICSW License
•      Federal Qualified Health Care
•      Days shift
•      Monday-Friday
•      8:30-4:30
•      Salary $60-70K
•      Relocation and/or Sign on available
Patients:
•      Children to Geriatrics
•      Family Relations
•      Group therapy
•      Behavior Health
•      Substance Abuse
•      7000  patients per year
For all interested candidates, please contact Chris Christensen at 469-250-0738 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(1-19-17)


Home Finder
Youth Services
Reports to (Title):  Program Manager
Salary Grade:  Job Code: FLSA Status:  1 Exempt
Created/Revised Date: 9/1/16 
Driving Position: 1 Yes  0 No

GENERAL SUMMARY
Recruits, trains and process intake for the foster care parents and follows each prospective foster parent through the certification/re-certification process and the placement of a child in their home.  The home finder will be primarily dedicated to recruiting families and properly assess their homes, abilities and dedication to helping youth.  The Home Finder will need to possess the ability to work effectively with clients, families, staff and community contacts from a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds.  Have knowledge of community resources and the ability to access specialized services to clients, advocate effectively for clients,  deal effectively with hostile clients and/or families and ability to be flexible and adapt to change.
Jason Bailey, MBA        This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
ResCare-Parkersburg - Executive Director
3702 Camden Avenue
Parkersburg, WV 26101
(304) 485-6405 Ext. 200- Phone
(304)210-6193- Cell
(304) 485-6406- Fax
(1-19-17)


Posting Number  7746
Date Posted  January 19, 2017
Job Title  Case Manager
Program/Department  Addictions
Facility Address  
3375 Rt. 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
Reports to Marybeth Smith
 Type of position:
1 Full-time
0 Part-time
0 Relief
Hours 37.5/week
0 Exempt
1 Non-Exempt

Benefits:    Full Benefits  
Schedule: Monday- Friday 8:30am-5:00pm (flexible)  
General Description:
Provides case management services to consumers based on their level of needs.  This may include Targeted Case Management and/or low-end assessment services. Provides telephone and face-to-face assessments, intake interviews, and reassessments of adults. Ensures clients have proper authorization for services. Maintains a clinical caseload. Provides proper documentation, charting and record keeping, in accordance with Prestera's Policies and Procedures.
Job Requirements:
BA in Psychology, Social Work or Counseling. Valid driver’s license and access to reliable transportation required. Must have good communication and teamwork skills. Knowledge of community resources desired.  Addiction Recovery experience preferred.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(1-19-17)


Posting Number  7747
Date Posted  January 19, 2017
Job Title  Case Manager
Program/Department  Putnam County
Facility Address  252 Courthouse Drive
Winfield, WV 25213
Reports to Cam Moore
 Type of position:
1 Full-time
0 Part-time
 Hours 37.5/week
0 Exempt
1 Non-Exempt

Benefits:    Full Benefits  
Schedule: Monday- Friday 8:30am-5:00pm  
General Description:
Provides case management services to consumers based on their level of needs.  This may include Targeted Case Management and/or low-end assessment services. Provides telephone and face-to-face assessments, intake interviews, and reassessments of adults. Ensures clients have proper authorization for services. Maintains a clinical caseload. Provides proper documentation, charting and record keeping, in accordance with Prestera's Policies and Procedures.
Job Requirements:
BA in Psychology, Social Work or Counseling. Valid driver’s license and access to reliable transportation required. Must have good communication and teamwork skills. Knowledge of community resources desired. WILL CONDUCT INTAKES AND CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR REFERRALS TO PUTNAM COUNTY SERVICES.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(1-19-18)


Mountain CAP of WV, Inc., a CDC, Child Advocacy Center is hiring a Child Therapist for their Upshur County office. This position requires the applicant to be a LICSW, Psychologist, LGSW, or LPC, and the applicant must have experience in providing therapy services to children, with training and experience in trauma-focused therapy preferred. Requires clear CIB and APS/CPS background checks. Email resume, letter of interest, and four professional references to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Salary commensurate with experience. Open until filled. EOE
(1-18-17)


Master Social Worker
Below are the details for the position of Facility Master Social Worker for Fresenius Kidney Care. Attached is a detailed job description.
Company Name: Fresenius Kidney Care
Job Title: Facility Master Social Worker
Job Location: Market Place Plaza, Weston, WV, 26452
Contact:
Jeffrey Streeter – Healthcare Recruiter
(203) 355-3047
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(1-18-17)


Creative Arts Therapy Coordinator - WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities
https://rew31.ultipro.com/WES1016/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*F8A2014186560FEA
Full time, Morgantown, Music therapy.  See link for more details and to apply.
(1-18-17)


FULL-TIME THERAPIST & FULL-TIME FAMILY SUPPORT SPECIALIST
Youth Health Service, Inc. (YHS) is currently seeking applications for a full-time behavioral health therapist  and family support specialist position in Lewis and Upshur Counties.  YHS is a growing behavioral health center that provides outpatient services to children and families in North Central WV.
• Therapists at YHS receive eligibility for tuition reimbursement through the National Health Service Corp.
• Positions include comprehensive benefit package and competitive salary.  EOE.
• Provide behavioral health therapy and supportive services for children and adolescents in Upshur and Lewis Counties, WV
• Therapist position requires a Master's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or Counseling
• FSS position requires a Bachelor's degree in a human service field
• License and experience preferred but not required
• Must be comfortable with children 3 yrs of age to young adults up to 24 years of age
• Must be comfortable working with families
• Dependable transportation required
• Typical work hours Monday-Friday daytime hours, some flexibility required
• Responsibilities: Provide individual, group, and family therapy for youth enrolled into outpatient behavioral health services.
If interested, please submit your resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(1-18-17)


Catholic Charities West Virginia
Catholic Charities West Virginia is looking for a full-time Outreach Worker to be located at the Catholic Charities Neighborhood Center in Wheeling.  The Outreach Worker assists the Neighborhood Center with implementation of all programming.  Particularly, the Outreach Worker is responsible for managing and implementing the Meal Delivery and Energy Savers programs, as well as coordinating the food pantry.
Qualified individuals will have a high school degree or equivalent, plus sufficient experience in the social service field.  A Bachelor’s degree is preferred.  Candidates should also possess strong interpersonal skills, good organizational skills, proficiency with computers, and a positive attitude.
Please submit a resume, cover letter, and three references to Andrea Staron, Northern Regional Director at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(1-18-17)


Job Announcement – Try This Deputy Director
(Apply by January 20th)
We’re looking for a hardworking, effective person who knows how to make things happen. This is a dream job for someone who cares passionately about helping West Virginians build healthier communities. Working fulltime, you would assist the Try This co-directors on a weekly basis in all aspects of the movement and learn the movement from the ground up, working with a team of caring, effective organizers.
We’re looking for somebody who can hit the ground running and will not require a steep learning curve.  Skill required include: organizing experience or ability; clear, engaging writing skills; social media and online skills; ability to organize large amounts of data in Excel and other programs; strong public health orientation. A plus: Graphic arts skills. A huge plus: Familiarity with the Try This movement and the statewide cast of characters working for a healthier West Virginia. A must: Ability to work with people from all backgrounds, including people who may be quite different from you.  Charleston-area location.
We are looking for a Deputy Director who can be involved in all aspects of Try This, ideally someone who is interested in someday becoming Director. 
This job is based in Charleston. You would work collaboratively with the director and a wonderful group of people, so it’s essential to be regularly available. Adjustments are possible for commuting.
In this job, you would help the directors and other staff:
• Organize the 500+ person Try This conference in June 2016.
• Track and oversee the activities of the 50+ Try This Minigrant teams statewide
• Develop an effective statewide outreach program to let people know about the Web site and Try This program
• Beef up the Try This social media program, add Twitter and Instagram
• Help grow the new statewide Healthy Bodies Healthy Spirit network
• Coordinate with the staff /organizers of the Try This sister program, Our Children Our Future
• Coordinate with our steering committee that represents 22 statewide programs
• Help coordinate and grow our fundraising efforts – through grants, sponsorships, and partnerships
• Maintain the Try This staff schedule.
• With Try This co-directors Kate Long and Stephen Smith, work with people from other states that want to replicate the Try This model.
• Coordinate with the team that will be evaluating Try This in the spring,
• Coordinate with local people who are organizing four regional meetings for the spring.
All these duties and the ongoing Try This work require us all to do a lot of unglamorous tracking of data, making thousands of phone calls, writing papers and talking points, participating in fundraising and doing all manner of tedious paperwork. The rewards are huge and the highs are high, but many days are spent taking the necessary less-fun steps to make it happen.  The opportunity to work on a fabulous team of organizers and make a real difference in West Virginia makes it worth it to all of us.
Finally, our hope is to find someone who is interested, and ultimately able ,
Compensation: $35,000 to $40,000 range, plus excellent benefits, mileage, etc.  To apply: Send resume and cover letter, telling why you want this job, along with 3 references, to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. In a separate attachment, please describe your skills and experience as they correlate with the skills we are looking for (no more than one page).
(1-18-17)


West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Position Open
Project Coordinator - Full-time position
The Project Coordinator is responsible for managing, coordinating, and implementing WVCADV projects pertaining to survivor safety, perpetrator accountability and oppression. The Project Coordinator works collaboratively with organizations and agencies invested in reviewing and revising, creating and developing policies, protocols, and practice on survivor-centered advocacy and batterer accountability. Activities include meeting facilitation, statewide training development and facilitation, coordinating and building collaborative initiatives, participating in multidisciplinary workgroups, and coordinating and reporting grant activities. The Project Coordinator’s areas of focus include the intersection of domestic violence and child/adult protection systems and legal advocacy.
Minimum qualifications - Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in community based, civil legal and criminal justice advocacy and a minimum of two years’ experience with the development and delivery of training related to violence against women and children.
WV Coalition Against Domestic Violence statewide office is located in Elkview, WV.  Salary plus full benefits.
WVCADV is an equal opportunity employer and no person shall be denied employment or discriminated against for reasons of race, age, color, sex, national origin, sexual identity, political ability, physical ability, marital status, physical impairment, and socioeconomic status. 
Please send cover letter, resume and three references to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by January 26, 2017.  While electronic responses are preferred, mailed responses can also be sent to WVCADV, Attention Team Coordinators, 5004 Elk River Rd. S, Elkview, WV 25071.  All responses must be postmarked by January 26, 2017.
(1-13-17)


Organizing for Action is looking for a talented health care organizer to work in WV on opposition to the repeal of the Affordable Care Act.  Key responsibilities are working with local coalition partners, organizing press events, and grassroots organizing/volunteer management, etc. Management and political experience a plus.
This link provides more information about the job:  https://www.barackobama.com/ofa/careers/field-contractor/
(1-13-17)


West Virginians for Affordable Health Care
Executive Director’s
Job Description
1. Title
Executive Director
2. Overall Responsibility
The Executive Director shall be responsible for the operations, program development, staffing, direction and administration of West Virginians for Affordable Health Care (WVAHC).
3. Accountability
The Executive Director shall be accountable to and receives direction from the WVAHC Board of Directors.
4. Responsibilities
a. Management
i. Implements Board policies and directives.
ii. Is responsible for the recruitment, interview, selection, supervision and evaluation of the staff. 
iii. Manages the day-to-day operations of the organization.
b. Administrative:
i. Maintains administrative reports and statistical information on all aspects of the organization.
ii. Administers the personnel policies, fiscal policies and other policies and procedures adopted by the Board of Directors.
iii. Plans and is responsible for compliance with all legal requirements of the organization. 
c. Financial
i. Responsible for fundraising activities, including grant writing, coordinates fundraising campaigns and events, and develops and maintains communications with donors and funders.
ii. Manages the financial resources of the organization and, in coordination with the President, Treasurer, bookkeeper and accountant, maintains the financial books and records of the organization utilizing generally accepted accounting practices (GAAP).
iii. In coordination with the Treasurer and the President, develops the annual proposed budget of income and expenses for consideration by the Board of Directors at the Annual Meeting, and presents proposed budget revisions to the Board of Directors as needed.
d. Organizational
i. Develops and maintains member, organizational and public support for the organization.
ii. Maintains communication with and provides assistance to the Board, its committees, and individual members.
iii. Assists with developing the agenda for Board meetings.
iv. Assists with the cultivation and recruitment of new Board members.
e. Education and Outreach
i. Coordinates public education and information efforts, including day to day communications with media outlets, public speaking, and other means of information dissemination.
ii. Coordinates communications and programs with and for members, other constituencies and the general public.
iii. Supervises production of the newsletter and other print and electronic publications.
f. Public Policy
Coordinates efforts to shape policy decisions undertaken by local, state and national policy makers and leaders by providing expert opinion, testimony and education about legislation and policy recommendations with implications for consumer health care.
g. General
Performs other duties as the Board may assign.
5.  Skills and Knowledge Required
a. Thorough knowledge of administration, budgeting, grant writing and management, organizational and personnel management and sound understanding of health care issues.
b. Good interpersonal, community and group relation skills
c. Knowledge of public and media relations and expertise in maintaining a positive public image for the organization.
d. Demonstrates leadership skills and the ability to exercise sound judgment.
e. Illustrates effective use of time management and organizational skills to manage multiple tasks
f. Demonstrates public presentation skills sufficient to act as an advocate for WVAHC
Education
Bachelor’s degree in a related field. Master’s preferred.
Compensation
The salary of the WVAHC Executive Director is established by the WVAHC Board of Director commensurate with the Executive Director’s experience and expertise.
TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, salary requirements and resume by January 20, 2017 to:
Search Committee
West Virginians for Affordable Health Care
600 Leon Sullivan Way
Charleston, WV 25301
304-444-9681
(1-13-17)


Executive Director
National Association of Social Workers – Indiana Chapter
The Indiana Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers is seeking an experienced executive director with strong leadership and management skills, and substantial knowledge of social work values. For a complete job announcement and application instructions go to: http://www.naswin.org/networking/apply_now.aspx?view=2&id=408659
(1-12-17)


Small practice in Charles Town, WV is seeking a licensed counselor to join our team.  The ideal addition to our group will have experience and a desire to work with children and adolescents as well as adults. Some evening hours are a must.  In addition, a positive, caring and fun-loving attitude is a great bonus!
You must be licensed in the state of WV or be eligible for licensure as well as being approved by major insurances.  Assistance with the licensure and insurance paneling process is happily provided.  Please send  an email with your resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 304-725-7176 for more information.
(1-12-17)


The WellTree, llc is seeking applicants for the position of Family Education Specialist in the following counties: Marion, Monongalia, Barbour, Taylor and Preston counties. Education requirement is a degree in social work or a Human Service degree in the following: Sociology • Psychology • Counseling • Interpersonal Communication • Human Services • Primary or Secondary Education • Criminal Justice • Board of Regents with an emphasis in Human Service • Gerontology • Family and Consumer Science. Social work license is preferred not required. Must have valid WV driver’s license and clear CIB/FBI and CPS/APS background checks. Position provides in-home services to at-risk children and families. Above average pay offered to successful candidates. Email letter of interest and resume
Shawn E. Trimble
The WellTree, llc
Phone: 304-534-8447
Fax: 304-534-8745
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(1-12-17)
Mountain CAP of WV, Inc., a CDC, Child Advocacy Center is hiring a Child Therapist for their Upshur County office. This position requires the applicant to be a LICSW, Licensed Psychologist or Licensed Supervised Psychologist, and the applicant must have experience in providing therapy services to children, with training and experience in trauma-focused therapy preferred.  Requires clear CIB and APS/CPS background checks.
Email resume, letter of interest, and four professional references to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Salary commensurate with experience.
Open until filled. EOE
(1-11-17)


Therapist:  FT position, primary hours - M-F, 8-4:30, Competitive Salary with excellent benefits, with 401K in residential treatment facility. LPC or LICSW required. Background in addiction treatment strongly preferred. Background check, Ethical applicants required.
To apply: Go to our career page at www.some.org  and select Highview WV and select Therapist. Follow the instructions to complete you’re on line application.
(1-11-17)


The Children's Home Society's Martinsburg  location  has an opening for a Permanency Social Worker/Case Manager.  Responsibilities include permanency efforts for children and youth in the Adoption, Foster Care and Shelter Care Programs. Including but not limited to the: Recruitment of adoptive and foster families, home studies, training, assessments, domestic and international adoption social work.  This position will be filled on a variable work schedule basis. Variable employees work less than 30 hours per week. Interested candidates must have a social work degree and have a valid social work license or be license eligible, driver’s license, automobile insurance and pass all CIB, FBI and abuse and neglect background checks.
Resumes should be forwarded to:
Victoria Slater-Madert
Child and Family Services Supervisor
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(1-10-17)


Full-time Volunteer Coordinator position available at CASA For Kids of Monongalia and Preston Counties. The position is for the Monongalia County office.  Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, education or a related area required.  Two years’ experience in volunteer coordination/and or social services is preferred as well as the ability to communicate with, supervise and empower volunteers.  The position requires a knowledge and understanding of issues and dynamics within families in crisis relating to child abuse and neglect.   Please mail resume to Tammy Renzelli at 500 Mylan Park Lane, Suite 2, Morgantown, WV 26501 or email resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(1-10-17)


Case Managers
The Office of Coordinating Health Services has several grants that are focused on providing services to individuals who are homeless, who are at an increased risk of homelessness and/or who experience a disabling condition.  We work with various agencies across the state to provide information and services to assist our clients in their times of need.  We provide case management services and assist our clients in accessing stable housing and work to meet their individual needs.  We are currently looking to hire two case manager positions in the eastern panhandle of the state.  These positions would work directly with clients to help resolve their housing needs.  Our office thought that it would be a good idea to reach out to your department for candidates who may be interested in the positions.  Interested candidates can apply at the links below:
https://rew31.ultipro.com/WES1016/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*3B3F3BCA48E45860
https://rew31.ultipro.com/WES1016/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*F41FE45E824A1BB6
The Housing First Caseworker position has a salary range of $24,783 - $29,547/year.
The Lease Housing First Caseworker position has a salary range of $29,536 - $34,000/year.
If you would like any other information, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
 Christopher O. Symes
Schools of Dentistry, Nursing and Public Health
Project Coordinator, West Virginia University
Office of Coordinating Health Services
PO Box 9448 | Health Sciences Center
Morgantown, WV 26506-9448
O: 304-581-1796
F: 304-293-7808
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(1-10-17)


FULL-TIME THERAPIST
Youth Health Service, Inc. (YHS) is currently seeking applications for a full-time behavioral health therapist position in Lewis and Upshur Counties.  YHS is a growing behavioral health center that provides outpatient services to children and families in North Central WV.
• Therapists at YHS receive eligibility for tuition reimbursement through the National Health Service Corp.
• Positions include comprehensive benefit package and competitive salary.  EOE.
• Provide behavioral health therapy for children and adolescents in Upshur and Lewis Counties, WV
• Master's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or Counseling
• License and experience preferred but not required
• Must be comfortable with children 3 yrs of age to young adults up to 24 years of age
• Must be comfortable working with families
• Dependable transportation required
• Typical work hours Monday-Friday daytime hours, some flexibility required
• Responsibilities: Provide individual, group, and family therapy for youth enrolled into outpatient behavioral health services.
If interested, please submit your resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(1-5-17)


Academy Programs has an immediate opening for a full time therapist, experienced OR non-experienced looking to begin their career.
Academy Programs is a Level II residential facility in Fairmont, WV that serves adolescents (ages 12-18) with behavioral and substance abuse issues. Our therapists provide treatment related to specific behavioral health issues through individual and group therapies. The position does require a motivated individual who possesses time management and self-regulatory skills.
Candidates must possess master's degree in Social Work or Counseling (license not required), as well as pass a criminal background check.
Interested individuals can send resume or questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fax to Jennifer Willett, Director of Treatment at 304-363-3342
(1-5-17)
Attached are three job postings for our Child Care Resource Center
                Early Childhood Specialist
                Quality Improvement Specialist
                Behavior Consultant
Questions feel free to contact me
Becky Bower
Catholic Charities West Virginia
2000 Main Street
Wheeling WV  26003
304.905.9877
304.905.9861 (f)
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www.catholiccharitieswv.org
(1-5-17)


Full-time Case Manager position available at the Monongalia County Day Report Center in Morgantown.  Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, social work, psychology, or related field required. Position entails supervising a caseload of offenders, assisting in maintaining program and offender accountability and be able to network and utilize community resources while helping individuals suffering from addiction/substance abuse issues. Experience in the Criminal Justice System is a plus but not required. Please mail resume to Sarah Abel at 75 High Street, Morgantown, WV 26505, or fax to (304) 284-8987 by January 6, 2017.
(1-4-17)


DEAN, COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS
West Liberty University seeks an academic dean to provide effective leadership in the College of Liberal Arts, which is comprised of the following disciplines: Criminal Justice, Criminology (M.S.), English, Geography, History, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology, Social Work, and World Languages.  This is a full-time, twelve-month faculty position with a 1/1 teaching load and an administrative assignment.
The successful candidate must have a terminal degree in one of the disciplines represented in the College of Liberal Arts.  A minimum of five years of recent higher-education teaching and three years of administrative experience is required.  The successful candidate should provide evidence of:
• Effective and consistent interpersonal and management skills;
• Achievement in curriculum development & program building;
• Knowledge of accreditation;
• Knowledge of program assessment;
• Experience in graduate-level programs;
• Experience with finances & budgeting;
• Support for faculty development;
• Leadership in student recruitment & retention;
• Experience with fundraising & grant writing;
• Fostering effective community & public relations.
The Dean serves as the College’s internal and external representative and as liaison between the faculty and administration. The position reports to the Provost.  Salary is dependent upon the applicant’s credentials and experience. This position includes a comprehensive benefits package. Anticipated starting date: July 1, 2017.
West Liberty University (http://www.westliberty.edu) is a small, comprehensive institution under the auspices of the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission.
Interested individuals should apply online and submit a cover letter, current curriculum vitae, contact information for four (4) professional references, and copies of transcripts of all graduate and undergraduate work to:
http://agency.governmentjobs.com/westlibertyedu/default.cfm
Review of applications will begin February 1, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled.
West Liberty University is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and welcomes applications from all interested individuals. Individuals who need assistance in the application process may contact Sue Garrison, Human Resources Assistant III at 304-336-8029 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (Do not apply to this email)
SUCCESSFULLY PASSING A BACKGROUND SCREENING REPORT
IS REQUIRED FOR FINAL EMPLOYMENT
WEST LIBERTY UNIVERSITY IS A TOBACCO-FREE CAMPUS
(1/3/17)


Social Worker/Facilitator   Safe at Home WV is a wraparound program designed to ensure youth remain in their own homes and communities.  Staff working in this home based program are responsible for coordinating a seamless multi agency service approach for youth and families.  The facilitator will be based in Fairmont, WV and provide services to youth and families in Marion and Monongalia counties.  Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field and two years of experience working with older youth/families and the ability to work a flexible schedule.  Background clearances, clean driving record, valid driver’s license and transportation is required. Very competitive salary and excellent benefit package.  Apply on line at www.nyap.org or fax resume to 304-333-2210. EOE
(1-3-17)


Medicare Outreach Specialist Wanted
     The Region 8 Planning and Development Council, on behalf of the Upper Potomac Area Agency on Aging, are seeking a full-time social worker for the position of Medicare Outreach Specialist.  A bachelor’s degree in the human services or health care field is preferred for the position.  However, five years of applicable experience may substitute for the degree. This Outreach Specialist will locate and assist Medicare beneficiaries –both seniors aged 65+ and adults living with disabilities enroll seniors and persons with disabilities enroll in needed available Medicare benefits.  Travel is required to coordinate outreach and enrollment activities.  The Outreach Specialist serves a multi-county area, based out of our Petersburg office. However, individuals with relevant experience may work from home. The wage for this position is based in an annual salary up to $25,300. Interested individuals should e-mail a letter of interest, and resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  The PDC may fill this position any time after December 1, 2016.  The Region 8 PDC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
(1-3-17)


Posting Number  7711
Date Posted  December 20, 2016
Job Title  Therapist
Program/Department  Chandler Academy
Facility Address  1900 School Street
Charleston, WV
Reports to Jennifer Warden
 Type of position:
1 Full-time
 Hours  37.5/week
1 Exempt

Benefits : Full Benefits  
Schedule:
Mon-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm Flexible  
General Description:
This position will primarily provide mental health assessments, group therapy, individual therapy, and family therapy for middle school students at the alternative school, Chandler Academy that are enrolled in the Intensive Outpatient Program.  This population includes adolescents that are emotionally disturbed, have behavioral problems, and substance abuse issues.  Promote school based services by attending Faculty Senate and SAT meetings.  Attend monthly school based service supervision meetings.  Will be making home visits for individual and family therapeutic follow-up.  Some flexibility of schedule may be necessary to accommodate students and families. 

Job Requirements:
MA in Psychology, Social Work or Counseling; If on license track must present at time of hire temporary license, provisional license, or gold card.  Licensed therapist must hold a WV license and present at time of hire (LPC, LGSW, LICSW, Licensed Psychologist).  Valid driver’s license with reliable transportation is required.  Experience working with children and adolescents preferred.      
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Melissa Mitchell or Erin Chaffin
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
3375 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(12-21-16)


Case Manager Volunteers Needed
The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of United Way of Central West Virginia is currently recruiting Case Manager Volunteers. 
The volunteers will help our neighbors recovering from the June 2016 flood to ensure their basic needs are met.  Individuals must be age 55 or over and will be trained with all the knowledge needed to provide this critical service.  Hours and days of service are flexible based on the volunteers’ needs.
The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program has nearly 500,000 volunteers across the country who are tackling tough issues just like this in their communities.  If you or someone you know would like to help here locally, please contact Kerri Cooper at 304.340.3524 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Please share with others!
(12-20-16)


The Jackson (Ripley) and Roane (Spencer) WV DHHR offices are seeking applicants to fill Social Service Worker III positions. 
Please feel free to contact me should you like more information.
Teresa J. Kelly, MSW
Social Service Coordinator
Jackson/Roane
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304-373-2560 ext 2194
(12-20-16)


Behavioral Health Counselor
CLASSIFICATION: UNCLASSIFIED
https://careers-a-teamsolutions.icims.com/jobs/3414/behavioral-health-counselor/job
Requirement: Licensed Social Worker,  Counselor, or Psychologist. The post says Fairmont, but that is not set in stone. Can work out of a different city.
Jo Anna Scheidler, Ph. D.
WVARNG Behavioral Health Coordinator – South
Office of the State Surgeon
Contractor – A-Team Solutions
Office: 304-561-6832
BB: 304-552-0615
Fax: 304-561-6661
CRISIS #: 304-561-6640
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(12-20-16)


POSITION VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT PVA  #138
Permanency Supervisor
Community Action Southwest
150 West Beau St., Suite 304
Washington, PA 15301
ATT: HR Department
Or Email Application: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
CULTURE STATEMENT
“We work as a team to empower everyone we serve. We believe everyone has the potential to be self-sufficient. We act with enthusiasm and compassion, and are committed to making a difference.”
     Opening Date:  12/7/2016 Closing Date: 1/6/2017
Program Service Area: Try-Again Homes
Position Title:  Permanency Supervisor
Regular, Full Time
Entry Wage: Commensurate to Experience
Job Location: Washington
Reports to: Associate Director of Clinical Administration
            QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION:
-        Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related field.
-        3 years’ Experience in Child Welfare.
-        1 years’ Supervisory Experience preferred.
-        Able to interact positively with partnering agencies while maintaining a strength based approach with clients and families.
-        Knowledge in related State Licensing Regulations.
-        *Proof of education and/or credentials due at time of application*

WORK WEEK:
-        Monday thru Friday 9am – 4:30pm
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
-        Regular and reliable attendance is essential.
-        Administer, supervise, and develop policies and procedures of the programs in compliance with all local, state, and federal laws and applicable regulations, including DHS regulations, and CAS’s internal standards for all programs.
-        Implement the procedures outlined in all Purchase of Service Agreements in County contracts.
-        Select, supervise, and evaluate program staff in the performance of their duties.
-        Assist in the development and implementation of the program budget and monitor fiscal controls.
-        Assess the Program functions to initiate, revise, and/or upgrade service delivery.
-        Enhance quality service provision by recruitment, networking, and training.
-        Work with Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) committee and develop and monitor outcomes for each specific program.
-        Provide oversight of Foster Care Program and SWAN Units of Service.
-        Oversee and/or participate in the implementation of all recruitment, public relations and marketing efforts.
-        Ensure that staff and foster parents develop professionally through the acquisition of on-going training.
-        Participate in training preparedness of specific programs.
-        Ensure appropriate supervision for staff when absent from program.
-        Provide crisis intervention and preventions 24 hours a day seven days a week through supervisor on-call rotation when scheduled.
-        Participate in training preparedness of specific programs
-        Work with Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) committee and develop and monitor outcomes for foster care and SWAN services.
-        Provide task supervision for intern/practicum students.
HOW TO APPLY:
-        A CAS application MUST be submitted to be considered for employment.
To access the downloadable CAS application on-line, visit our website at www.caswg.org and click on CAREERS.  The completed application can be submitted by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Community Action Southwest                                   
150 West Beau Street, Suite 304
Washington, PA 15301 
OR
Community Action Southwest
58 East Greene Street
Waynesburg, PA  15370
-        Current employees should obtain a “Vacancy Bid Form” from the Human Resource Department or CAS Intranet/HR/Information & Forms to be considered for a union position.
-        For a management position, submit an updated resume and cover letter to the HR Coordinator listing job-related skills and accomplishments. It should also describe how their current experience with CAS and prior work experience and /or education qualifies them for the position.
            CLEARANCES/LICENSES:
-        Final determination of suitability for employment will be contingent upon a successful Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) fingerprint processed in accordance with Public Law 92-522 and the Child Protective Services Law (Title 23, Pa C.S. Chapter 63) as well as The Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance (CY113) and The Pennsylvania State Police Report of Criminal History (SP4-164). All three Background Checks will be required before starting employment.
-        Current valid driver license – available and reliable vehicle with proof of auto insurance and ability to transport clients.
-        Driver History Record
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY:
-        Community Action Southwest adheres to its Affirmative Action Statement providing Equal Employment Opportunity to all employees and future applicants.
-        Consideration for placement and evaluation of qualifications will be made on a fair and equitable basis without regard to race, color, citizenship status, national origin, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, creed, physical or mental disability, marital status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or any other factor protected by law.
EMPLOYMENT ELIGIBILITY VERIFICATION:
-        U.S. Law requires that, if hired, you must furnish within 72 hours of starting work documents listed on the I-9 Form.  One (1) document from List A or one (1) document from List B and one (1) document from List C.  Some of these documents include but are not limited to:
- Card issued by the Federal, State, or Local Government showing your identity
- Driver’s License or State Issued Photo I.D. Card
- School Photo I.D. Card
- U.S. Passport
- Voter Registration
- U.S. Military Card or Other Draft Card
- Social Security Card
- Certificate of Birth
- Employment authorization document issued by the Department of Homeland Security
PROMOTION CONSIDERATION:
Current employees whose current status is not the result of a poor performance evaluation will be considered granted they meet the minimum qualifications for the position.
IT TAKES YOU TO END POVERTY IN OUR COMMUNITY
For more information visit our website www.caswg.org
(12-20-16)


POSITION VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT  - 
NUSkool Scholars, LLC
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304-573-0163
706-573-7725
Contractual / Part-Full time
Entry Wage: Commensurate to Experience
Job Location: West Virginia
Raleigh, Fayette, Mercer, Summers Counties
           REQUIREMENTS, QUALIFICATIONS, & EDUCATION:
-        Bachelor’s Degree (or in process of completing degree) in Social work, education, or related fields
-        *Proof of education and/or credentials due at time of application*
-         Drug test / Random Drug Test required
-         Valid Driver’s License (able to transport clients in personal vehicle)
-         Personal Driving Record History
-         Criminal Record History
WORK WEEK:
-        Varies to client needs
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
-        Regular and reliable attendance is essential.
-        Participate in training preparedness of specific programs
-        Provide Life Skills, Supported Employment, Direct Job Placement, Community Based Assessments, and School to Work Transition Services
HOW TO APPLY:
-        A resume MUST be submitted to be considered for employment.
Please email resume to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(12-20-16)


WV-VOAD Disaster Case Managers
(WV-DCMP)
Position Description
Position: Disaster Case Managers
Location: Charleston, WV or White Sulfur Springs WV
The Disaster Case Manager is responsible for assisting the supervisor in conducting assessments and evaluations of damages, determine client’s eligibility of home repairs through grant funds, and other resources available to assist in beginning long term recovery. Disaster Case Managers will prepare case files of assessments that will be presented to partnering agencies as determined by the supervisor.
This is a time-limited contract position with local level DCMP provider agencies. This is a merit position.  Candidate is not eligible for benefits.
Summary:    This is a highly responsible professional position that will be responsible for implementation of a 24-month comprehensive program for disaster case management.
Responsibilities: Provides Disaster Case Management for families impacted by DR-4273th through home visits and disaster case intakes, including building damage assessments.
  Meets regularly with the WV-VOAD DCM Program Director and Regional Supervisor where disaster recovery is occurring to discuss cases and costs associated for eligible families.
  Assists families with applications to eligible housing programs.
  Assists clients with procurement of bids for necessary services for housing repairs beyond the scope of volunteer groups’ skill level.
  Works with local social service agencies to assist with long-term needs of families.
  Oversees delivery of service from and payment to companies providing services with client assistance funds.
  Maintains all records and compiles all reports as required by grantees and WV-VOAD.
  Networks with other community-based groups, schools, churches, government and non-profit agencies, and housing coalitions.
  Compiles daily monthly reports of assistance provided.
  Provides other duties as assigned by Supervisor.
Experience: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  He or she demonstrates initiative, responsibility, and good organizational skills.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Pass a background check.
 Prefer successful experience in disaster recovery program.
 Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
 High degree of self-motivation, task and detailed oriented.
 Knowledge of community resources and service groups.
 Ability to work in a team environment.
 Ability to interpret housing eligibility requirements.
 Ability to work with economically disadvantaged clientele with compassion, understanding and a positive attitude.
 Must have a valid West Virginia Driver’s License.
 Own reliable transportation.
 Work Flexible hours.
 Travel to and make visits to several homes in a day.
 Maintain client confidentiality.
 Computer proficiency: database entry, MS Outlook email, MS Word.
Education: High-school degree or GED. A degree in Social Work is preferred.  
(12/19/16)


Counselor position available at HOPE, Inc.
Master’s Level Counselor position available at domestic violence & sexual assault agency in Harrison County.  Experience needed in individual & group counseling.  Some travel required.  Please submit your resume & three professional references to Harriet Sutton, Executive Director at P.O. Box 626, Fairmont, WV 26554 or email them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Monday 12-26-16. HOPE is an equal opportunity employer and offers an excellent benefit package.
(12/19/16)


NASW-DELAWARE SEEKING
CHAPTER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is seeking a part-time (18 hours per week) Executive Director for the Delaware Chapter. The chapter office is located in Wilmington and has a statewide membership of over 400 social workers and social work students.
The successful candidate will possess:
• the knowledge, skill, and experience required to effective administer the chapter’s day to day operations;
• a working knowledge and application of nonprofit association management principles;
• experience in public policy and social justice advocacy;
• an appreciation of social work values and the issues impacting the profession;
• strong culturally competency skills that evidence the ability to work effectively with diverse populations;
• hands-on experience in event planning;
• effective communication, public speaking, and leadership skills;
• a commitment to excellence in member services and engagement; and
• a willingness and ability to travel throughout the state.
Compensation range is $24,000 to $26,000. A relevant undergraduate degree plus at least 2 years of experience in nonprofit association or other human service management required. A graduate degree preferred, with a strong preference for a social work degree.  NASW is an equal opportunity employer.
Email your letter of interest and resume, by closing date of January 13, 2017 to Executive Director Search Committee at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(12/19/16)


Case Manager/ Welfare to Work Program (Washington,PA)
• Responsible for the preparation and monitoring of welfare to work clients’ progress through program activities. 
• Interviews clients to assist with barrier removal and referrals to outside human services agencies. 
• Administers and interprets vocational and aptitude testing. 
• Prepares daily lessons for classroom activities on Job Readiness Skills, Retail Skills, etc. 
• Maintains accurate and up to date records of activities and development throughout participation and follow up period.
• Document client activities by entering case notes in computer database and/or written file record.
• Must maintain knowledge of program rules and guidelines and changes as they occur.
• Must be able to use computer software and other assessment instruments.
• Completion of Bachelor Degree from an accredited college or university or equivalent related experience.
• May work on other projects as necessary and appropriate for position as assigned by management. 
• Reports to the Program Manager  
Contact Information:
Terri Cooley-Taylor
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724-627-5007 ext. 241
(12/14/18)


POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
Executive Director
National Association of Social Workers – Massachusetts Chapter
At this critical time, the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, with a membership of 7000, is seeking an Executive Director with demonstrated leadership and management skills. In addition, applicants should have a substantial knowledge of, and a strong commitment to, the social work profession and social work values, with an awareness of the diversity of social work practice.  Applicants should also be able to engage, inspire, and mobilize the Association’s membership.
Position requires:
• Senior leadership experience working with professional or non-profit organizations and their volunteer Boards
• Minimum of 5 years of executive level experience
• Social work degree, MSW preferred; college degree required
• Strong executive management skills, including the ability to provide oversight for organizational and leadership development priorities, relevant legislative efforts, membership services, and continuing education programs
• Strong budget and financial management skills
• Strong program planning and implementation skills
• Strong public policy experience and skills
• Strong legislative experience and skills
• Community organizing experience
• Exceptional written and oral communications skills
• Experience working with traditional and social media
• Commitment to providing excellent membership support and engagement
• Basic proficiency with Office products software, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint, as well as working in the online/“cloud” environment.
The Chapter office is located in Boston; travel required to other Massachusetts communities, as needed.
Salary: Commensurate with experience, plus excellent benefits, including health and life insurance, and retirement.
Application deadline: January 20, 2017
Only electronic applications will be accepted. Applicants will email a cover letter and résumé, addressing above qualifications, to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
NASW-MA is an equal opportunity employer, committed to a policy of equal opportunity and non-discrimination.  Applicants from diverse communities are encouraged to apply.
(12.10.16)


Job Posting:  Right From The Start Coordinator
Mountain CAP of WV, Inc., a non-profit Community Action Agency located in Buckhannon, WV, is seeking a Right From The Start Coordinator. Qualified candidate must be a Licensed Social Worker or Registered Nurse with a Bachelor Degree in a related field; prior management experience preferred. Candidate must demonstrate strong fiscal accountability, public relations, communication and organizational skills.  Responsible for providing leadership and supervision of Designated Care Coordinators providing in home education and referral services for eligible pregnant and/or parenting women. Coordinator will also maintain a limited caseload.  Must be willing to work a flexible schedule and be willing to travel within a multicounty service area.  Valid driver’s license, proof of auto insurance required.  Must pass CIB and APS/CPS background screening.  Salary based on education and experience.  Email cover letter and resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Job posting will remain open until position is filled. EOE
(12-9-16)


Posting Number  7700
Date Posted  December 8, 2016
Job Title  Triage Referral Coordinator
Program/Department  Huntington Police Department
Facility Address  675 10th St.
Huntington, WV  25701
Reports to Marybeth Smith
Type of position:
1 Full-time
Hours  37.5/week

Benefits : Full Benefits  
Schedule: 
Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm  
General Description:
This employee will provide screening, assessment, and referral options to non-violent offenders with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders that are referred by law enforcement or judicial authorities to determine pre-arrest diversion options.
3 YEAR GRANT FUNDED 

Job Requirements:
Requires BA in Criminal Justice, Psych., Social Work, or Counseling.  A valid driver’s license with reliable transportation is required.  Experience and prior training working with mental health and substance abuse population and the criminal justice system is preferred.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers
Phone: 304-525-7851x1019x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(12-8-16)


Berkeley Senior Services – Case Manager
Evaluate social, environmental, service, and support needs of clients.
Develop an individualized Service Coordination Plan (SCP) detailing all services to be provided.
Coordinates the delivery of care, eliminates fragmentation of services, and assures, appropriate use of resources.
Proactively identifies problems and coordinates services that provide appropriate high quality care to meet the individualized and often complex needs of the client.
Maintain up-to date reports in compliance with Federal, State, and Agency requirements.
Must be licensed in West Virginia as a Social Worker, Counselor, or Registered Nurse.
Required education: Bachelor's
Application accessible through website www.berkeleyseniorservices.org under the ‘More’ tab or in person at 217 N. High Street, Martinsburg WV, 25404.
(12-8-16)


Visitation Specialist    Contingent position supervising visitations with youth placed in foster care and family members.  The person selected for this position must be willing to provide services on weekends only.  Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited school in the behavioral/social sciences, hold a social work license or be WV license eligible and demonstrate a sincere commitment to work with youth and families toward the goal of reunification.  Driver’s license and clean driving record required. Great work environment, very team oriented. Send resume to: National Youth Advocate 909 Morgantown Avenue Fairmont, WV  26554 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or apply on-line at www.nyap.org  by 12/16/16 EOE
(12-8-16)


Licensing and Placement Manager- full time position with the National Youth Advocate Program in Fairmont, WV.  The manager is responsible to oversee all foster home recruitment, training foster parents and licensing activities in West Virginia, including the direct supervision of staff performing these duties.  The manager is also responsible for implementation of s system of quality assurance to ensure compliance with all agency foster home licensing policies and procedure.  Minimum Qualifications is a Masters’ Degree in Social Work or related field, licensure and five years of experience working with youth and families including experience in foster care and foster home licensing.  Great work environment, team oriented. Apply at www.nyap.org or mail to National Youth Advocate Program 909 Morgantown Avenue Fairmont, WV  26554 by 12/19/16. EOE
(12-8-16)


ANNOUNCEMENT OF POSITION VACANCY
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL WORKERS
750 First Street, NE, Ste. 800
Washington, DC 20002
Title:  General Counsel 
Position Status: Full Time
Unit:  Office of the General Counsel 
Issue Date:   November 2016
Division: Executive
Reports To: CEO
Pay Level: XI
FLSA Status: Exempt
I. MAJOR FUNCTIONS:
Reporting directly to the CEO, the General Counsel represents NASW in all legal matters and provides counsel to the CEO, Board of Directors, and the senior leadership team.  Is responsible for legal affairs relating to multiple NASW entities (including the §501(c)(6) Association, the §501(c)(3) Foundation, the Legal Defense Fund trust, the Association’s political action committee, and the Association’s ownership of an insurance subsidiary).  Provides legal advice on a wide range of matters including laws and regulations applicable to the various NASW entities; corporate structure and governance; contracts and transactional matters; employment, benefits and labor law; Association insurance and risk management; publishing and intellectual property issues; grant-making and grants management; and litigation affecting the Association. Is the chief legal officer supervising operations of the Office of General Counsel, the Legal Defense Fund and the Office of Ethics and Professional Review, which provide support to social worker members about legal matters and ethical social work practice.  
II. BASIC DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Serves as chief legal counsel for NASW and related entities as designated. Provides oversight for all legal matters affecting the Association. Advises the CEO and senior management on legal issues relating to programmatic initiatives and on-going Association operations, including legislative and regulatory issues affecting the Association.
2. Serves as management liaison and trusted advisor to the Board and Board committees, provides legal analysis and assessments as needed, particularly as it relates to matters affecting corporate governance, ethics and social work practice, insurance and risk management, and litigation affecting the Association. Provides periodic updates to the Board and advises Directors on material legal matters. 
3. Manages the Office of General Counsel, including budget management and supervision of in-house counsel and staff.  Determines assignments and manages workflow. 
4. Manages the Legal Defense Fund (LDF), working  with the LDF Board of Directors on oversight of LDF programmatic and financial operations. Supervises LDF’s associate counsel. 
5. Oversees the Office of Ethics and Professional Review (OEPR) and supervises the Director of OEPR.  and administers the national professional review process. 
6. Manages and monitors all litigation involving the Association.  Engages and oversees all outside counsel representing or advising any unit of NASW and designated entities.
7. Serves on the senior management team, participates in development of Association strategy and policies, providing counsel and guidance on legal matters and on the legal implications of proposed management actions.
8. Oversees Association compliance with applicable laws and regulations, including those related to tax exempt status, lobbying reporting, Federal Election Commission (FEC), employment and labor, and ERISA, among others.
9. Serves as an advisor to  the Human Resources (HR) department on a variety of programs in support of best practices in employment and employment litigation risk management.  Includes development of internal policies and procedures, such as  employee standards and handbooks. 
10. Works closely with HR providing legal input to the process of labor negotiations and advises CEO and Board of Directors regarding labor relations matters.
11. 
12. Responsible for structuring, negotiation, legal review, and drafting, as needed,  Association contracts and other legal documents.
13. Works with the NASW Foundation as needed, including on issues relating to grants.
III. WORKING RELATIONSHIPS
Internal: Interacts with the officers of NASW’s Board of Directors upon request and as required to maintain the legal integrity of the organization; advises and confers with the chief executive officer, senior management staff, and chapter executive staff. Manages and supervises staff of the Office of General Counsel, including the Legal Defense Fund; provides oversight to the director and staff of the Office of Ethics and Professional Review. Responds as needed to requests for legal analysis and information from NASW staff; provides advice, training and legal support to the boards of directors, committees, and task forces as needed.
External:   Represents NASW to external organizations and individuals. Oversees and manages outside counsel as needed.  Oversees the provision of services to members in the areas supported by LDF and OEPR.
IV. MINIMUM WORK REQUIREMENTS:
Skills: 
• Requires excellent legal, analytical, critical thinking, and research skills.
• Requires strong and well-developed professional ethics.
• Must possess exceptional verbal and writing skills including the ability to communicate effectively with a governing board and staff at all levels, and with a track record of effective presentations to senior management and non-profit boards. 
• Must possess strong interpersonal skills, with a collaborative style and the ability to work in a multi-disciplinary environment with diverse constituencies. Ability to generate respect and trust from internal and external constituencies.
• Sound judgment and problem-solving ability, including the ability to identify legal risk with business and financial strategies and other organizational imperatives., . 
• Must possess strong administrative skills, with the ability to establish plans, manage a large workload, handle multiple assignments, and meet deadlines in an environment with competing priorities. 
• Demonstrated  leadership skills, with the ability to effectively advise the CEO, the board, and senior staff on legal alternatives, risk management and other legal issues facing the organization.
• Must possess the willingness to “roll up the sleeves” to meet the Association’s needs.
• Computer proficiency with Microsoft Office applications preferred.
Education and Licensing:   
• Requires law degree from an accredited law school.  Undergraduate degree or additional studies in social work or related field a plus.
• Requires membership in good standing of a state bar.  DC Bar preferred; must obtain/maintain DC Bar membership upon assumption of position.
Experience:  
• Requires a minimum of ten years of prior professional legal experience in addition to the education requirement.  At least 5-8 years of in-house counsel experience required,  preferably in a nonprofit entity, agency or membership association; prior law firm experience  preferred.
• Experience supervising other attorneys and/or other staff is required; experience managing outside counsel preferred. 
•  Extensive experience  with business clients and boards of directors in a non-profit setting is required.
• Demonstrated track record of ensuring compliance in a complex organization is preferred.
• Experience required in the areas of non-profit governance and not-for-profit law; strongly prefer legal experience  relating to corporate structure, antitrust law, publishing and intellectual property law, commercial law including contract negotiation and drafting, employment and benefits law, and labor relations. Experience with FEC laws, advocacy and public policy experience  preferred.
• Experience with collective bargaining desirable. 
• Experience as a member of the executive leadership or senior management team desirable.
• Familiarity with the social work profession and/or related health and human service/social welfare professions strongly preferred.
• Requires understanding of and commitment to legal ethics and enthusiasm for the Association’s mission.
Attributes:
• Results driven:  Sees the big picture, develops and monitors key performance metrics, and understands the requirements  to produce the desired results.  Dedicated to work toward outstanding legal results for the Association and its related entities...
• Business acumen:  Knowledgeable about the operations, unique needs, and goals specific to member-driven, not-for-profit organizations.  Sets priorities  and makes sound resource allocation decisions, for advancing strategic initiatives.
• Firm and fair leadership:  Can work with a wide range of staff, colleagues, and members, with a firm, fair, and flexible style that maintains the legal integrity of the Association while complementing the efforts and needs of others.
• Partnership:  Able to build trust internally and externally and is viewed as highly professional, discreet, and accountable.
• Organizational agility:  Has a thoughtful, respectful communication style that fosters an open environment, enabling t collaborative discussions and  decision-making. 
• Perceptive:  Is creative and recognizes opportunities and takes appropriate action.
Please submit your cover letter and resume with the position announcement number #1416 to:  Martha Lequeux, Director, Human Resources and Facilities Administration
NASW IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
(12-8-16)


Assistant Professor of Social Work
Effective Date: August 2017
Title: Assistant Professor of Social Work
Reports To: Division Chair, Social Work
Position Type: Full-time, Clinical Faculty (MSW PROGRAM), Tenure Track
Social Work at Keuka College: Keuka College is a small liberal arts school located in the heart of the
Finger Lakes region of New York. Its commitment to scholarship, community service, and student
development has remained steadfast since its founding in 1890. While the main campus is located on
Keuka Lake, a number of diverse professional programs are offered online and across the state through
our Center for Professional Studies (CPS). The structure of CPS grants access to a college education
that geographic location and traditional higher education scheduling would otherwise not allow.
The Keuka College community of scholars, students, and administrators vigorously supports the
essential role that Social Work plays in the community at large, institution, and workforce. In
demonstration of this support, the College launched a Master of Social Work Program in the Fall 2015
after receiving NY State Office of the Profession approval. At its March 2016 meeting, the Council on
Social Work Education's Commission on Accreditation affirmed the Candidacy status of the MSW
program at Keuka College. This clinical program aims to cultivate and mentor a select group of
graduate students into independent Social Work practitioners with the clinical practice skills required to
serve individuals, communities, and organizations within diverse systems in dynamic environments.
In compliance with CSWE accreditation requirements, and to maintain faculty to student ratios in an
expanding program, Keuka College is excited to hire one additional full-time faculty member in 2017.
As a graduate institution, we have a commitment to scholarship and community service. Keuka
College’s initiatives in Digital Learning and Health Informatics prepare graduates to be on the cutting
edge of the profession.
Summary: Applications are invited for a three-year fix term with the option to renew, 10-month
faculty position in the Social Work Division at the rank of lecturer. The Clinical Professor of Social
Work is responsible for teaching MSW courses on campus and at our Corning site. There is also a
potential to teach undergraduate and online courses. The qualified candidate will have teaching
experience in one or more of the following functional areas of Social Work: clinical practice, social
welfare, theory, policy, and human behavior in the social environment. In addition, expertise and
clinical experience in one of the following areas is preferred: aging, developmental disabilities, health
care, military social work, neurobiology in clinical social work, and substance use. The successful
candidate will enjoy teaching students at the graduate level. In addition, we value a faculty member
who has excitement for experiential activities in and out of the classroom. This position also supports
academic program quality and student success through activities such as advising, course and
curriculum development, and scholarly activities. A qualified candidate will support Keuka College
through active engagement and service. If the candidate wishes to pursue the Tenure Track option of
the position, they will be required to engage in research and scholarly pursuits. Keuka College is an
Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce.
Minimum Qualifications: A clinical MSW degree with five years’ post MSW direct practice
experience. A DSW or Ph.D. in Social Work or a related field is strongly preferred. The ideal
candidate will have expertise and teaching experience in one of the following areas: aging,
developmental disabilities, health care, military social work, neurobiology in clinical social work, and
substance use. Two years teaching experience, preferably encompassing a traditional and hybrid
format with both traditional and non-traditional students, and experience with Learning Management
Software (i.e. Moodle) required.
Application Materials (Sent to the attention of Doyle Pruitt at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
• Cover letter (outlining interest in the position, qualifications, experience, and approach to
teaching Social Work at a liberal arts college).
• Current curriculum vitae
• Statement outlining clinical and teaching philosophy
• Three letters of reference
• Transcripts of all academic work (unofficial copies acceptable during application reviews;
official copies will be required at the time of hire)
• Other supporting information you may choose to provide
To request additional information or schedule a meeting at the upcoming SSWR conference, please
contact:
Doyle Pruitt, PhD, LCSW-R
MSW Program Director, Chair of the Search Committee
(315)679-0484; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(12-6-16)Licensed Social Worker position.  Full time with excellent benefits in 68 bed Skilled Nursing Facility in Marlinton, WV.  Contact Administrator Jud Worth at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more details.    EEO/AA-M/F/VET/DISABLED.
(11-28-16)


The Morgantown and Fairmont WV DHHR Offices are seeking applicants to fill Youth Service Worker positions.  Applicants can apply online for WV state government job at www.personnel.wv.gov
Please feel free to contact me should you like more information.
Thank you,
Barbara M Blumish MSW, LICSW
Mon/Marion Community Services Manager
304-285-3175 ex. 71406
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(11-27-16)


Position:  MSW Visiting Assistant Professor  
Division:  COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES
Department:  Master of SOCIAL WORK
Opening Date: Start Date: August 2017
Closing Date:  OPEN UNTIL THE POSITION IS FILLED
Note:  Position is contingent on funding
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
*A Master’s Degree in social work from a CSWE accredited program and a D.S.W. or a Ph.D. in social work or a related field.  
*Demonstrated teaching ability at the Bachelor’s or Master’s level.
*Basic computer and research skills.
DESIRED/PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:  
* An established record of scholarship and teaching commensurate with appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor.
*A successful history of securing and administering external grants.
*A strong commitment to diversity, leadership experience in professional state-wide or national organizations, and a strong record of collaboration and commitment to faculty governance. 
*Knowledge of CSWE accreditation and experience in curriculum development, program assessment, and preparation of self-studies.
*A demonstrated record of excellence in teaching, research, and service; ability to communicate and work effectively with a culturally-diverse campus community.
*Skill in using technology and teaching on-line courses.
DUTIES: 
The Social Work Department seeks an MSW member who will work with the MSW Program and other social work faculty:
* Assist in the development of the MSW program
* Participate in the accreditation of the MSW program by CSWE
*Assist with student recruitment and advisement
*Direct and review master’s level research
*Engage in community service and university-wide committee involvement
* Participate in the development of relationships with other universities, community organizations, external funding sources, and alumni. 
SALARY RANGE:  Commensurate with experience.
DOCUMENTATION: Letter of application addressing qualifications, professional resume (including e-mail), three recent letters of recommendation, other supporting documentation (e.g., evidence of teaching effectiveness, administrative expertise and publications), JCSU application, and an official transcript from the institution awarding highest degree (at time of appointment).
APPLICATION DEADLINE:  Position open until filled.  Review of applications to begin immediately.   Applications, required documentation, and/or requests for information should be addressed to:
Jeanne F. Cook, Ph.D.
Director, MSW Program
Johnson C. Smith University
100 Beatties Ford Road
Charlotte, N.C. 28216
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Johnson C. Smith University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, disability or veteran’s status as it relates to student enrollment or hiring.
(11.27.16)


Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
Job Opening
Posting Number  7681
Date Posted  November 22, 2016
Job Title  Case Management Supervisor
Program/Department  Adult Services Department
Facility Address  
511 Morris St.
Charleston, WV  25301
Reports to Justin Travis Gibson
 Type of position:
1 Full-time
 Hours 37.5/week
1 Non-Exempt
Benefits:   Full Benefits  
Schedule: Monday- Friday 8:30am-5:00pm  
General Description:
This employee will ensure the quality of services to clients seeking medication review only service and clients some in for intake appointments. Also the employee has to ensure that self and team members meet monthly service deliver expectations and that cases are closed or transferred as per Prestera policy.
Job Requirements:
BA in Psychology, Social Work or Counseling, experience preferred.  Valid driver's license required. One to two years of relevant experience is required. Must have good communication and teamwork skills. Knowledge of DSM IV TR or DSM 5 preferred
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers.
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(11-23-16)


Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
Job Opening
Posting Number  7681
Date Posted  November 22, 2016
Job Title  Case Manager
Program/Department  Adult Services Department
Facility Address  
511 Morris St.
Charleston, WV  25301
Reports to Justin Travis Gibson
Type of position:
Full-time
Hours 37.5/week
Non-Exempt
Benefits :   Full Benefits  
Schedule: Monday- Friday 8:30am-5:00pm  
General Description:
This employee will provide case management services for an adult caseload.  Will advocate on the client’s behalf for services needed, link with other agencies and internally for services, and refer clients as needed.  Participates in treatment plans, and advocates with physicians as appropriate.  Provides advisory and consultative services related to mental health programming.
Job Requirements:
BA in Psychology, Social Work or Counseling, experience preferred.  Valid driver's license required. Must have good communication and teamwork skills. Knowledge of DSM IV TR or DSM 5 preferred
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers.
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(11.22.16)


Clean Up Disaster Relief Workers Needed
$11.00 - $14.00 per hour
Temporary work through July 31, 2017
Contact Human Resources Development Council
304 296-8223, ext. 28
Must meet Workforce WV eligibility criteria.
Learn hands-on skills needed to get the job you've always wanted. Job placement services available.
11-17-16)


I wanted to vet out to you some professional openings I have available in the Dunbar, WV area. I am seeking to hire the following:
•    Associate Executive Director - They must have experience in youth services, foster care, and/or group residential social services
•    Program Manager - They need to have 3-5 years experience in waiver with a Bachelors in Human Services, psychology or something in that arena.
•    Social Worker - They need to have 2-years experience, possess their LSW or willing to take the certification, and experience in writing social histories.
•    Human Resources Assistant - They need to have high attention to detail, multi-tasking abilities, and utmost professionalism. Previous HR experience and/or staffing experience preferred.
If speak to anyone who may be interested and possess the needed qualifications, please have them send their resume to me.
 Kimberly Hensley, PHR
Operations Human Resources Manager
Residential Services - WV & MD
ResCare, Inc.
Cell (304) 840-8422
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(11-17-16)


We have an opening for a Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator here in Mon Co.
We have our monthly coalition meeting tomorrow as well if anyone might be interested in attending and hearing more about what we do within the community.  It will be at the WVU Extension Office in Westover from 2-3 pm. This office is located in the same plaza with Big Lots, down over the hill to the right.        
Resumes can be sent directly to:
Elizabeth Shahan
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(11-17-16)


Hillcrest/OVMC/Wheeling WV, FT Clinical Therapist, 36/40 Hrs.
Minimum MSW/LGSW. 
Hillcrest is an inpatient/acute psychiatric facility treating acute psychiatric/behavioral symptoms. Multi-discipline focused treatment.
Some responsibilities include: Facilitating psycho-therapeutic groups, 1:1 therapy, family involved meetings, Facilitating treatment planning/meetings.
Contact:
Dan Gillespie, 304-234-8669, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Greg Zuk, 304-234-8504, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
2000 Eoff Street
Wheeling, WV  26003
(11-14-16)


Project Aware in Berkeley County is looking for 3 community services facilitators to work with 3 schools in Berkeley County, WV.    Minimum requirement is a bachelors degree in a behavioral health science.  The Community Services Facilitator will create a strong platform for, and build a serviceable referral system within, the multi-tiered system of supports.  In addition the position will support and promote Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS), community schools, expanded mental health, multi-tiered systems of support and Interconnected Systems Framework (ISF).  The successful applicant should be knowledgeable of WV State Board of Education Policies 4373-Expected Behavior in Safe and Supportive Schools, 2315- Comprehensive School Counseling and 2510-Educational Programs.
Please see attached job description for a complete summary of job duties and expectations: https://ats1.searchsoft.net/ats/job_board_frame?COMPANY_ID=00012808&APPLICANT_TYPE_ID=00000003
Apply at Berkeley County Schools, administrative positions.  Contact Joni Greenberg with any questions.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(11-14-16)


There is an OPT social work position for hospice available.
This position includes: bereavement counseling, bereavement phone calls, Social services in home, Nursing home placements, assessment of spiritual and financial needs
Contact: Lea Hauser, RN Manager of People’s Hospice
Phone: 681-342-3251
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(11-10-16)


Medicare Outreach Specialist Wanted in Petersburg
The Region 8 Planning and Development Council, on behalf of the Upper Potomac Area Agency on Aging, are seeking a full-time social worker for the position of Medicare Outreach Specialist.  A bachelor’s degree in the human services or health care field and current West Virginia social work license, is preferred for the position.  However, five years of applicable experience may substitute for the degree. This Outreach Specialist will locate and assist Medicare beneficiaries –both seniors aged 65+ and adults living with disabilities enroll seniors and persons with disabilities enroll in needed available Medicare benefits.  Travel is required to coordinate outreach and enrollment activities.  The Outreach Specialist serves a multi-county area, based out of our Petersburg office. However, individuals with relevant experience may work from home. The wage for this position is based in an annual salary up to $25,300. Interested individuals should e-mail a letter of interest, and resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  The PDC may fill this position any time after December 1, 2016.  The Region 8 PDC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
(11-10-16)


Employee Type: Regular
Employment duration: Full time
Offer Relocation?: YES
ID: 4578
The Behavioral Health Specialist provides brief, culturally relevant counseling interventions to clients on areas identified in the assessment; educates clients regarding physical and mental health issues to support informed treatment choices for themselves or family members; and provides information and referrals to assist clients in accessing community resources for basic needs, health care, and social services. This role is vital in helping clients achieve self-sufficiency and guidance in raising children.
CHS is a multidisciplinary team composed of social workers, community health workers, and nurses who seek to provide health services in the community and meet families where they are. This position offers you the opportunity to work as part of an integrated team as well as to make decisions and work independently in your profession. Being a Behavioral Health Specialist at YVFWC means using your skills and experience to make a difference in the lives of people in your community. Typical work schedule is Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm. Eight paid holidays per year. Bilingual English/Spanish skills are required.
Competitive pay and generous benefits package. Relocation assistance available.
Qualifications
• Education: Master's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or relevant field;
• Experience:. Experience working as part of an interdisciplinary team in a health care or medical setting is preferred, experience in a mental health or social service setting acceptable. Understanding of the psychological principals in learning and their application to treatment stages. Understanding of advanced evaluative techniques of personality, academic, behavior and cognitive domains.
• Licenses/Certificates/Registration: Any one of the following licenses are acceptable for this position: Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate (LMHCA), Licensed Social Worker Associate Advanced (LSWAA), Licensed Social Worker Associate Independent Clinical (LSWAIC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate (LMFTA),or Certified Counselor (CL); Certified Social Worker Associate(CSWA) or Licensed Master's Social Worker with the Oregon State current Washington State or Oregon state driver's license and proof of automobile liability insurance coverage; and a current First Aid/CPR card, or obtained within 45 days of hire.
• Knowledge/Skills/Abilities Required: Effective oral and written communication skills; ability to form and sustain effective relationships with clients, team members and community providers; understanding of federal, state and county regulations as they pertain to social services; ability to manage time, resources and client caseload; knowledge of human growth and development, throughout the lifespan which can be applied to a psychosocial assessment and intervention methods;
Our mission celebrates diversity. We are committed to equal opportunity employment.
Apply Here: http://www.Click2apply.net/vxsjfrn7mn
(11-10-16)


Position: Therapist/Counselor
Benefits included.
Responsibilities:
•       Provide and coordinate comprehensive trauma-informed therapy and case management services as part of FRC’s survivor-centered advocacy efforts.
•       Provide individual and group counseling (support groups) for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
•       Implement appropriate intervention strategies for children who are victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
•       Consult with FRC advocates to facilitate advocacy within CPS on behalf of clients with open CPS cases.
•       Provide case management or case management consultation as needed to support FRC advocates.
For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.indeed.com/viewjob?t=therapistcase+manager&jk=98c513e169a24dbd&_ga=1.34951779.379666206.1462555250
(11-9-16)


The Alderson Hospitality House is looking for a full time staff member. This is a perfect position for someone considering a short-term volunteer program, discerning applying to grad school, a new career direction, or just wants to do great work while taking a year to do something different. Attached you will find the job description, a short fact sheet about the house and the job application. Please spread the word or apply yourself.
For those who do not know who or what we are: We are a non-profit Bed & Breakfast for friends and families of women incarcerated at the federal prison camp here in Alderson, WV.  Our current staff member will be leaving at the end of December, so we are looking for someone to start January 1st or at the earliest convenience. If you would like to come and live/ work with us for a few months, we can provide room, board, and a $200 monthly stipend.  If you can commit for a year or more we provide room, board, $300 monthly stipend and reimbursement for health insurance.
Here at the Hospitality House we provide not only good food and a warm comfortable room, but love, support, a listening ear, and we do our best to make sure no one feels alone while navigating through their own or a loved one's incarceration. For a glimpse into what past Hospitality House staff members have felt about their time with us please also see the attached “My time at AHH” document.
Our website is www.aldersonhospitalityhouse.org. We hope to hear from you soon.
(11-9-16)


Full-Time, Long-Term Care/Admissions position open for a Licensed Social Worker, in a 68 bed facility in Marlinton, WV.  Contact Administrator Jud Worth at:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(11-7-16)


The Housing Development Corporation seeks qualified, professionally-driven individuals with a passion for working with children & youth to apply for its part-time Youth Program Coordinator position, which provides program planning and implementation of youth-related activities at Fairfield East Community Center. 
     The scope of work primarily revolves around planning, implementing, and supervising activities and coordinating with local agencies to provide opportunities to meet needs and maximize potential.  The Youth Coordinator position requires two years’ experience or other related special interest group related experience; college-level courses with a major or minor in physical fitness, the arts, literature, education, social work or in a related field from a college or university (preferred but not required); or, any combination of  education and work experience that provides knowledge, skill, and abilities cited in the job description.
     Interested individuals may request more information such as a full job description and application by contacting Mark Joseph Jarrett, the HDC's Agency Administrator, at 304-526-4437 Extension 140, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or 300 7th Ave West, Huntington WV 25701, Room 316.
(11-7-16)


The Housing Development Corporation seeks qualified, professionally-driven individuals with a passion for working with children & youth to apply for its part-time Site Coordinator position, which provides supervisory duties of the Youth Program Coordinator and the Senior Program Coordinator, as well as planning, supervision and implementation of youth - and senior-related activities at Fairfield East Community Center. 
     This position involves planning, implementation, and oversight of all services, activities, and staff emanating from the Fairfield East Community Center. Work is performed with accountability/supervision from the HDC Vice President or designee.   Activities are routine in nature and carried out in accordance with established practices and policy guidelines. Assignments will involve accounting, maintenance of records, and general book-keeping tasks under the general directions of the HDC's Vice President or designee. Work will involve interaction with youth, young adults, parents, senior citizens and public/community visitors of the facility as well as other agency and partnering organization representatives.
    Interested individuals may request more information such as a full job description and application by contacting Mark Joseph Jarrett, the HDC's Agency Administrator, at 304-526-4437 Extension 140, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or 300 7th Ave West, Huntington, WV 25701, Room 316
(11-7-16)

 

 

 


Elkins Mountain Schools has the following positions available:
Dual Diagnosis Clinical Specialist
Provides therapeutic services commensurate with education/license to an assigned caseload.  Provides assessment, service planning, service delivery, and service plan evaluation for youth with co-occurring disorders.
Education/Experience: Master’s Degree in Human Services field (defined by Medicaid) from accredited college or university; preferred two years of experience with targeted population.
Licensure/Certification: Licensure or eligible for licensure in the person’s field of expertise; valid driver’s license.
Therapist
Provides therapeutic services commensurate with education/license to an assigned caseload.
Education/Experience: Master’s Degree in Human Services field (defined by Medicaid); preferred two years of experience with targeted population.
Licensure/Certification: Licensure or eligible for licensure in the person’s field of expertise; valid driver’s license.
Helen Rhodes, Administrative Manager
Elkins Mountain Schools 304-637-8000  ext. 302
Fax: 304-636-4694
(11-7-16)


Employee Type: Regular
Employment duration: Full time
Location: Yakima, WA
Offer Relocation?: YES
ID: 4578
Mental Health Social Worker (Psychosocial Worker)
Yakima Medical-Dental Clinic
Behavioral Health Specialist needed to join our dedicated Community Health Services team, primarily working within the First Steps Program of Washington State, serving maternal and infant clients with home or office visits.
The Behavioral Health Specialist provides brief, culturally relevant counseling interventions to clients on areas identified in the assessment; educates clients regarding physical and mental health issues to support informed treatment choices for themselves or family members; and provides information and referrals to assist clients in accessing community resources for basic needs, health care, and social services. This role is vital in helping clients achieve self-sufficiency and guidance in raising children. The position requires flexibility, strong assessment skills, strong intervention skills, and the ability to blend social work practice with overall functioning of the integrated health care team.
CHS is a multidisciplinary team composed of social workers, community health workers, and nurses who seek to provide health services in the community and meet families where they are. This position offers you the opportunity to work as part of an integrated team as well as to make decisions and work independently in your profession. Being a Behavioral Health Specialist at YVFWC means using your skills and experience to make a difference in the lives of people in your community. Typical work schedule is Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm. Eight paid holidays per year. Bilingual English/Spanish skills are required.
Competitive pay and generous benefits package. Relocation assistance available.
Qualifications
• Education: Master's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or relevant field;
• Experience:. Experience working as part of an interdisciplinary team in a health care or medical setting is preferred, experience in a mental health or social service setting acceptable. Understanding of the psychological principals in learning and their application to treatment stages. Understanding of advanced evaluative techniques of personality, academic, behavior and cognitive domains. Ability to synthesize and formulate the assessment data into a comprehensive treatment summary. Understanding of bio-psychosocial assessment, crisis intervention and case coordination
• Licenses/Certificates/Registration: Any one of the following licenses are acceptable for this position: Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate (LMHCA), Licensed Social Worker Associate Advanced (LSWAA), Licensed Social Worker Associate Independent Clinical (LSWAIC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate (LMFTA),or Certified Counselor (CL); Certified Social Worker Associate(CSWA) or Licensed Master's Social Worker with the Oregon State current Washington State or Oregon state driver's license and proof of automobile liability insurance coverage; and a current First Aid/CPR card, or obtained within 45 days of hire.
• Knowledge/Skills/Abilities Required: Effective oral and written communication skills; ability to form and sustain effective relationships with clients, team members and community providers; understanding of federal, state and county regulations as they pertain to social services; ability to manage time, resources and client caseload; knowledge of human growth and development, throughout the lifespan which can be applied to a psychosocial assessment and intervention methods; knowledge of brief counseling techniques and crisis intervention; knowledge of pregnancy and postpartum issues; ability to provide effective consultation; and the knowledge of poverty, family disorganization and health problems. In designated bilingual positions must demonstrate the ability to communicate at level 10 on the ALTA language proficiency scale.
Working at YVFWC
Working at Farm Workers Clinic means being the passionate champion for those who have no voice. It means having the opportunity to work with underserved populations and with peers committed to the same work.
At Farm Workers Clinic:
• We will consistently TRUST one another to work for the common good.
• We will foster INTEGRITY by demonstrating ethical behavior and insisting on doing what we say we will do.
• We will demonstrate TRANSPARENCY by being candid and truthful no matter the risk.
• We will create PARTNERSHIPS to strengthen ourselves and our community.
• We will fight for JUST TREATMENT for all individuals.
• We will let JOY in.
• We have the COURAGE to be an agent of change and refuse anything short of excellence.
The Pacific Northwest
Working at Farm Workers Clinic means living in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. You will have the opportunity enjoy spectacular wilderness areas, scenic ocean beaches and crystal-clear lakes and rivers. Because of the Cascade mountain range, the Northwest has two distinct climates: The west side is lush and green. Eastern Washington and Oregon, shielded from the rain-filled clouds by the high mountains, tend to be sunny and arid.
The two climates enable farms and orchards to produce a bounty of different fruits, berries and vegetables. And with 22 appellations, Washington and Oregon are also celebrated for their world-class wines.
No matter where you live in the Pacific Northwest, you will be within an easy drive to a thriving metropolitan area, offering fine shopping, theatres, museums and galleries. The area also boasts progressive public and private schools and world-class universities.
Our mission celebrates diversity. We are committed to equal opportunity employment.
Apply Here: http://www.Click2apply.net/vxsjfrn7mn
(11-7-16)


NASW-DELAWARE SEEKING
CHAPTER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is seeking a part-time (18 hours per week) Executive Director for the Delaware Chapter. The chapter office is located in Wilmington and has a statewide membership of over 400 social workers and social work students.
The successful candidate will possess:
• the knowledge, skill, and experience required to effective administer the chapter’s day to day operations;
• a working knowledge and application of nonprofit association management principles;
• experience in public policy and social justice advocacy;
• an appreciation of social work values and the issues impacting the profession;
• strong culturally competency skills that evidence the ability to work effectively with diverse populations;
• hands-on experience in event planning;
• effective communication, public speaking, and leadership skills;
• a commitment to excellence in member services and engagement; and
• a willingness and ability to travel throughout the state.
Compensation range is $23 to $25 per hour. A relevant undergraduate degree plus at least 2 years of experience in nonprofit association or other human service management required. A graduate degree preferred, with a strong preference for a social work degree.  NASW is an equal opportunity employer.
Email your letter of interest and resume, by closing date of November 28, 2016 to Executive Director Search Committee at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(11-4-16)


Job Title
Program/Department
Facility Address
Reports to
Benefits :    Full Benefits
Schedule: Monday- Friday 8:30am-4:30pm
General Description:
Provides case management services to consumers based on their level of needs.  This may include Targeted Case Management and/or low-end assessment services. Provides telephone and face-to-face assessments, intake interviews, and reassessments of adults. Ensures clients have proper authorization for services. Maintains a clinical caseload. Provides proper documentation, charting and record keeping, in accordance with Prestera's Policies and Procedures.
Job Requirements:
BA in Psychology, Social Work or Counseling. Valid driver’s license and access to reliable transportation required. Must have good communication and teamwork skills. Knowledge of community resources desired. 
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(11-3-16)


President & CEO
Deffet Group, Inc. is pleased to have been retained by Lutheran Family and Children’s Services of Missouri (LFCS) to conduct an executive search for the President & CEO (CEO).
LFCS (http://lfcsmo.org) is a not-for-profit social services agency that has been faithfully serving Missouri’s families and children since 1868.  A statewide agency providing counseling, adoption, crisis pregnancy assistance, foster care, child care, youth mentoring services and disaster relief, LFCS reaches out to more than 22,000 individuals and families annually.  The Agency’s firm commitment to social justice and advocacy began in the early 1960s and continues to shape its work today.  LFCS employs 200+ staff, and has an annual operating budget of approximately $11.3 million.
The Agency Board of Directors is seeking an innovative, collaborative and visionary leader with the gifts and energy to shepherd an exceptionally strong leadership team in the strategic diversification and growth of this dynamic social services agency.  The new CEO will preserve and enhance the unique vision, mission, culture and values of LFCS and will expand its reach to assure continued success by serving an even wider, more diverse audience.  Given LFCS’s history, and relevance in Missouri, it will be important for the CEO to be actively engaged at all levels of the Agency and serve as a highly participative agent in the broader community. 
If you are aware of a stellar candidate who would excel in this role based on the brief description below, we invite your recommendations or interest in this dynamic leadership position.  For additional information, please reply for a complete Position Specification.
President & CEO
The finalist will be a mission and values driven individual who clearly demonstrates a passion for relentless excellence in the field of family and children’s services.  Reporting to the Agency Board of Directors, the CEO will be a thought leader responsible for the strategic direction and operations of LFCS, providing visionary leadership to advance LFCS’s mission and objectives as well as promote growth of the Agency and strengthen annual giving to the Foundation.  In addition, (s)he will provide operational leadership to ensure service, efficiency, and financial integrity, and have a deep understanding of and sincere approach to a servant leadership model.  A minimum of 8-10 years of progressive administrative responsibility in a social service agency is required, as well as a Master’s degree in Non Profit Administration, Business Management, or related degree.  With a keen appreciation for LFCS’s Lutheran heritage, the CEO will embody commitment to the Christian calling to ministry on which LFCS was originally founded.
This is a unique leadership opportunity to envision and implement the future direction of family and children’s services in the state and to continue the Agency’s mission and outstanding reputation for innovation in providing services.  Expressions of personal interest and recommendations, held in strict confidence, may be directed to:
Deffet Group, Inc.
Phone:  740.666.7600
Email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(11-3-16)


Day Report Center that provides therapeutic groups and individual therapy for substance addicted clients involved with the criminal justice system will be contracting (up to 35 hours/week) with a therapist for Hardy and/or Hampshire Counties.  (Moorefield/Romney)  Prospective therapist must be licensed/license eligible to practice in West Virginia. Potential for LICSW supervision. We are not hiring BA/BS/BSW level staff at this time.
Submit questions or resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or to the address below.
• No home visits
• Company vehicle for travel
• Contracted position/no benefits
• Flexible schedule
• Currently no Medicaid/Medicare/Insurance billing
• Potential LICSW supervision
Cary W. Ours, Executive Director
South Branch Valley Day Report Center
PO Box 844
Romney, WV  26757
(11-3-16)


Berkeley Medical Center Behavioral Health is hiring full-time and OPT positions for Behavioral Health Crisis Worker. 
POSITION SUMMARY:  Plans, organizes, and implements social work services to patients and families including plans for discharge, aftercare, and linkage to available community resources.  Completes crisis assessments for Behavioral Health patients and arranges appropriate disposition.  Effectively adjusts communication to the patient (legal guardian, and/or family) with consideration given to age, level of understanding, developmental stage and clinical status.  Compatible with accepted social work practice and hospital policies and procedures.  Is cognizant of cultural diversity in the implementation of social services practices with patients.  Practices in accordance with designated standards and ethics set by respective professional association guidelines.
QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor degree in social work, psychology, sociology or related field.  Master degree preferred.  Two years training and/or experience preferred.  BLS and Crisis Prevention and Intervention (CPI) course completion required within 30 days of date of hire.
DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
•         Performs intake assessment/evaluation of clients, including personal, social, and emotional development, family dynamics, and where appropriate, biopsychosocial antecedents, influences, and effects associated with substance dependence.
•         Appropriately assesses patients for discharge planning needs based on patient’s ability to make decisions, capabilities of caring for self and assisting with alternative arrangements for placement.  Has knowledge of community resources and criteria for accessing.
•         Interpretation of social, psychological, and emotional problems is shared with the department’s licensed social workers and other team members.  Evaluations and recommendations are documented, as well as recommendations.
Apply online at:  http://www.wvuniversityhealthcare.com/UH-Employment/Employment.aspx
Any inquires can be emailed to Valerie Gorman at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(11-1-16)


Catholic Charities West Virginia is looking for a full-time Early Childhood Specialist located in the Wheeling area.  The Early Childhood Specialist is responsible for providing professional development on Core Knowledge areas to Child Care Providers through a variety of methods including:  coaching/mentoring, providing individual or group Technical Assistance and developing and conducting trainings.   
Qualified persons will have: Preferred – a master’s degree in early childhood, elementary education, special education, educational psychology or child development.  A bachelor’s degree in an Early Childhood/child development, elementary education or special education will be considered.  Person must have a valid driver’s license and be able to work with clients of various cultural, ethnic and racial diversity.  Must be able to maintain confidentiality.
Please submit resumes by November 21, 2016  to: Melissa Harvey, Child Care Resource Center Director, 965 Hartman Run Road, Suite 1103, Morgantown, WV 26505
E-mail applications to    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(11-2-16)


Position : Therapist
Supervisor: Program Director
Location: Logan, WV
Position Qualifications:
•       Advanced Degree in a human service discipline
•       Two years experience in human service field
•       Excellent Computer Skills
•       Excellent Written and Oral Communication Skills
•       Excellent Organizational Skills
•       Valid Drivers License
•       Successful Completion of all required criminal background checks
•       Travel/Training Willingness
•       Valid Mental Health Practitioner’s License (must be at a minimum provisionally licensed)
Position Responsibilities:
•       Provide therapy as indicated and appropriate
•       Participate in treatment planning as appropriate
•       Maintain documentation related to therapy sessions for clients according to governing regulation
•       Participate in weekly Treatment Team meetings as appropriate
•       Provide case management team with intervention techniques specific to client needs
•       Consult with foster parents to address youth behavioral issues or other areas of concern
•       Document any foster parent concerns and issues for appropriate files
•       Complete and submit case notes weekly for each service
•       Develop behavior management plans and provide behavior management as appropriate
•       Communicate with outside agencies as needed and as appropriate
•       Rotation of on call duties as needed
Responsibilities of Every Corporate Citizen:
•       Understanding and Implementing Hobbs’ Principles
•       Understanding and Practicing Meritocracy
•       Understanding and Practicing Shared Vision
•       Understanding and Practicing Business Intelligence
•       Understanding and Practicing Customer Service
•       Understanding and Practicing Team Learning
•       Understanding and Practicing Transparency
•       Understanding and Practicing Wellness
•       Understanding and Practicing Progressive Leadership
•       Achieving Personal Mastery
Apply online at http://www.necco.org/careers
Zeke Davis Program Director Logan, WV
304-752-7830
304-785-9052
313 Hudgins St. Logan WV 25601
(10-31-16)


The Children's Home Society's Morgantown office has an opening for a relief Social Worker. Requirements include Master's degree in Human Services field with current Social Work license or license eligibility and experience working with children and families. Reliable transportation and valid automobile insurance required. Competitive salary and excellent benefits package offered. Tuition assistance and paid CEU opportunities available. Interested applicants should submit a résumé and letter of interest to:
Attn: Brandi Davis, Site Manager:
129 Greenbag Rd.                        
Morgantown, WV 26501   
(10-31-16)


From: Rural Social Work Caucus [mailto:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.] On Behalf Of Garlington, Sarah
Sent: Thursday, October 27, 2016 10:50 AM
To: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Subject: Ohio Univ. Social & Public Health Chair position
Hello-
Our social work program at Ohio University is part of the Department of Social and Public Health. We are currently conducting a search for a Chair of the DSPH. Please see the description here: https://www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/postings/20725.
Please spread this to any group or anyone you think might be interested.
Thanks!
Sarah B. Garlington, PhD, MPhil, MSSW
Assistant Professor, Social Work Program
Department of Social & Public Health
College of Health Sciences & Professions
Ohio University
Athens, OH 45701-2979
T: 740-597-1728
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(10-27-16)


Martinsburg Children's Shelter is seeking applicants for direct care positions. Flexible shifts. At least 21 years of age; High School Diploma or GED; demonstrated ability to work with youth; driver’s license; available automobile and insurance coverage as required by law and agency; criminal background and child abuse registry checks; 24 hour availability to work with irregular hours; ability to work under pressure and multitask; annual approved physical and TB documentation.
Please email inquiry to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.
(10-26-16)


Children’s Home Society in Romney has an opening for a full time Social Worker. Requirements include Bachelor's degree in Human Services field with experience working with children and families. Candidate must be social work license eligible. Reliable transportation and valid automobile insurance required. Interested applicants should submit a résumé and letter of interest to:
Children’s Home Society
550 West Sioux Lane
Romney, WV 26757
ATTN:  Ashley Dunlap, Shelter Supervisor
Or you can e-mail the letter of interest and resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Equal Opportunity Employer
(10-26-16)


Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
Job Opening
Posting Number  7647
Date Posted  October 25, 2016
Job Title  Crisis Worker
Program/Department  Crisis Services-Adult Services
Facility Address  511 Morris St.
Charleston, WV  25301
Reports to Jim Merrill
 Type of position:
1 Full-time
 Hours  37.5/week
0 Exempt

Benefits :   Full Benefits  
Schedule: Monday- Friday 8:30am- 5:00pm  
General Description:
Will provide telephone triage for callers requesting appointments, information, or crisis assistance. Provide emergency services for IEMC screenings and crisis walk-ins, schedule intakes, assist in screening consumers who are seen for potential Involuntary Hospitalization, serve as a resource for Prestera Center staff in need of crisis assistance, complete documentation in adherence to Prestera Center policy.
Job Requirements:
BA in psychology, social work, or counseling and experience in adult mental health with emphasis in crisis intervention required.  Must have excellent clinical experience, teamwork skills, flexibility, good organizational skills and a valid driver’s license.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers.
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(10-26-16)


Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
Job Opening
Posting Number  7648
Date Posted  October 25, 2016
Job Title  Outreach Worker
Program/Department  Morris Street
Facility Address  511 Morris St.
Charleston WV
Reports to Traci Strickland
 Type of position:
1 Full-time
 Hours  37.5/week
1 Non-Exempt

Benefits : Full Benefits  
Schedule: Monday to Friday
shifts between hours 8:00am-7:00pm  
General Description:
Provide outreach services to individuals experiencing homelessness, with a focus on those individuals sleeping on the streets or in places not meant for human habitation.  Engage clients experiencing homelessness into programs to assist with permanent housing. 

Job Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree in Human services field. Valid Driver’s lIcense and reliable transportation are required. Non- BA level candidates may also be considered depending on the combination of education and experience in the field.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers.
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(10-26-16)The WVU School of Social Work is seeking an adjunct instructor to teach a Social Work Research Methods course this spring for MSW students enrolled the WVU extended campus MSW program at Potomac State College. If interested please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.
(10-24-16)


The Hub is hiring!
And, like all roles at The Hub, this one isn’t for the faint of heart.
We are seeking a creative, collaborative, critical thinker to come on as our Director of Programs. This full-time position, based out of our Charleston office, is tailor-made for you if:
• You have a passion for improving West Virginia’s communities;
• You want to dive deep into solutions-based community development that engages a diverse set of stakeholders
• And you thrive in an environment that involves critical thinking, team-based collaborations, and the constant exploration of new ideas, challenges and opportunities.
We’re looking for that special person who is enthusiastic, self-directed and has just the right mix of passion, humility and humor.
Are you interested in the work of The Hub? Are you excited by the locally-driven work you see happening across the state?

Check out the full job description and consider submitting an application to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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(10-21-16)


 The WellTree, llc is seeking applicants for the position of Family Education Specialist in the following counties: Marion, Monongalia, Barbour, Taylor and Preston counties. Education requirement is a degree in social work or a Human Service degree in the following: Sociology • Psychology • Counseling • Interpersonal Communication • Human Services • Primary or Secondary Education • Criminal Justice • Board of Regents with an emphasis in Human Service • Gerontology • Family and Consumer Science. Social work license is preferred not required. Must have valid WV driver’s license and clear CIB/FBI and CPS/APS background checks. Position provides in-home services to at-risk children and families. Above average pay offered to successful candidates. Email letter of interest and resume to shawntrimble@thewelltree
(10-21-16)


 

Therapist  Full time position providing in home and office therapy and clinical services to youth and families in the Fairmont and Morgantown area.  Master’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling required and WV licensure or license eligible at the time of hire.  Positions may require some non-traditional work hours. Completive salary and great team oriented work environment.  Please apply on line to www.nyap.org or to fax resume to 304-333-2210 National Youth Advocate Program by 10-31-2016 EOE

(10-21-16)


Three full time positions immediately available at a domestic violence & sexual assault center:
     Financial Assistant (Marion County)
     Victim Advocate (Harrison County), and a Masters Level
     Counselor (Harrison County).
Bachelors degree in a human service field preferred for the first two positions. Please respond via email to the Executive Director at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with resume and three professional references.
If you have any questions please let me know.
Kaylona Himes, BA
Case Manager Specialist
HOPE, Inc.
P.O. Box 626
Fairmont, WV 26555
(304) 367-1100
(10-21-16)


Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
Job Opening
Posting Number  7637
Date Posted  October 13, 2016
Job Title  Therapist – Medication Assisted Treatment
Program/Department  RT 60 Suboxone
Facility Address  3375 RT 60 E
Huntington, WV
Reports to Marybeth Smith
 Type of position:
1 Full-time
Hours  37.5/week
1 Exempt

Benefits : Full Benefits  
Schedule:
Monday- Friday
8:30am-5:00pm  
General Description:
This individual will provide individual, group and family therapy, support and education, along with case management to outpatient consumers.  Provide appropriate assessment and referral with follow-up.

Job Requirements:
MA in Counseling, Psychology, or Social Work. Professional license or license eligibility preferred.  2 years’ experience working with Addiction is required. Valid driver’s license with reliable transportation is required.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or 1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(10-21-16)


Prime Care Medical, contracted mental and medical health provider for the Regional Jails in WV is seeking a Mental Health Clinician for our Central Regional Jail.  If anyone has questions, they can contact me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details and link to apply are both listed below.
Kandi S. Shafer
Mental Health Clinician
North Central Regional Jail
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Primecare Medical, Inc. - US: Sutton, WV
(10-21-16)


Adoption Coordinator:  Contingent position working to coordinate all assigned adoptions through the agency.  Work closely with youth, foster parents, attorneys, and the courts to ensure a smooth process and transition.  Must have a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field and hold a Social Work License.  Staff must be willing to work a flexible schedule to meet the needs of the family unit.

Clear background clearances, driving record, valid driver’s license and transportation required. Very competitive salary and excellent benefit package.  Apply on-line at www.nyap.org or fax resume to

304-333-2210 by October 21, 2016.  EOE

(10-13-16)


SSVF Housing Case Manager- North Central WV Community Action is seeking a full-time SSVF Housing Case Manager in Marion County. Assist veterans and veteran families who are homeless & enrolled in the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program locate and obtain permanent housing. Works closely with local landlords & rental properties to locate and secure rental openings for clients. Works with participants to develop case plans and goals. Provides ongoing assessment & support, assist participants in the use of internal & community resources to meet their needs. Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, psychology, sociology, and other applicable field. Two years experience in providing case management & or outreach services. Prior experience in assessing & facilitating the entry of shelter & transitional residents into housing, direct housing case management & prior work with Veterans in crisis preferred. Excellent computer knowledge. Strong communication skills. Ability to work independently & interact with people from all socioeconomic backgrounds. Valid driver’s license, proof of insurance, dependable personal vehicle for on the job use. Some evening & weekend travel. Criminal background check with no criminal history. Wage range $13.48-$14.98. Application available at NCWV Community Action offices or ncwvcaa.org. Return application to : Michele Hoffman, NCWVCAA 428 Morgantown St. Suite 2 Kingwood WV 26537. Phone: 304-329-1028 ext 4. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Closing Date:10/29/2016. EOE

(10-12-16)

Executive Director

The Shack Neighborhood House

Competitive salary & benefits.

Requires Bachelor's degree in human services or related field. Master's preferred. 3-5 years of finance, grant administration and community relations experience preferred. Grantwriting skills. Fundraising experience. Strong verbal and written skills. Computer proficiency. Positive attitude and encouraging nature.

Inquiries should made to Janel at 304-906-6249 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

(10-11-16)

I am currently looking for a Social Services Specialist at Genesis Healthcare at the Dunbar Center in Dunbar, WV.

Please go to www.genesishcc.com to apply.

Whitney Hicks

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(10-11-16)

Therapists   Full and part time positions providing therapy and clinical services to youth and families in the Martinsburg area.  Master’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling required and WV licensure or license eligible at the time of hire.  Positions may require some non-traditional work hours. Completive salary and great team oriented work environment.  Please apply on line to www.nyap.org or to fax resume to 304-333-2210 National Youth Advocate Program by 10-17-2016 EOE

(10-11-16)

FamilyCare Health Centers is seeking a Doctor of Psychology or Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker who also maintains or is eligible for an addictions license from the WV Certification Board of Addiction and Prevention Professionals in the state of West Virginia to provide evidence-based therapy at our Teays Valley location. Therapist will be responsible for conducting assessments, working with an multi-disciplinary treatment team, developing and implementing solution-focused treatment plans and delivering evidence-based substance abuse and mental health treatment in an integrated primary care setting. Therapist will also provide individual and group therapy for our medication-assisted treatment program. Full-time, competitive salary and benefits. EOE. Please send resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

(10-11-16)

Growing Morgantown mental health office seeking part time case manager/receptionist.  Mondays 8am-5pm and Tuesdays from 8am-7pm are required times to work with additional hours available throughout the week.  Psychology or social work backgrounds preferred, but all applicants will be considered.  Please contact Kayla Mullin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to apply. 

(10-11-16)

NOTICE OF TENURE-ELIGIBLE POSITION IN SOCIAL WORK

POSITION: Assistant Professor of Social Work; a tenure-eligible position.

BEGINNING DATE: Late August 2017

QUALIFICATIONS: Required: MSW and two years post-MSW practice experience; a demonstrated record of high quality teaching, community service, and scholarly activity; a commitment to undergraduate education and to the liberal arts. Preferred: Ph.D., DSW or A.B.D. in social work or related field; full or part time teaching experience; experience supervising field education and coordinating with other agencies; scholarly and professional interests and experience in areas such as: international social work, cross cultural practice including immigration and refugee services, social and environmental justice, rural social work, or geriatric social work.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Annual teaching load may include HBSE, Research Methods, Policy and/or Practice Methods, as well as possible contributions to interdisciplinary programs of the college. Faculty members with experience in field education may direct, arrange, and supervise student field education. Additional duties include contributions to the development of the social work program, advising, student faculty research and collaboration, campus service, meeting with prospective students, and off campus engagement. Full-time teaching load consists of six courses per year spread across fall, January, and spring terms.

STATEMENT ON DIVERSITY: Luther College is committed to increasing the diversity of the campus community and the curriculum. We value the input of multiple viewpoints and perspectives to create an academic community that is rich with cultural, social and intellectual diversity. Candidates are encouraged to identify their strengths or experiences that will contribute to this goal.

APPLICATION INFORMATION: Review of applications begins October 10, 2016 and will continue until the position is filled. Applicants’ dossier should include:

 Letter of application

 Curriculum vitae

 Statement of teaching philosophy

 Evidence of effective teaching (student evaluations, sample syllabi, other course materials)

 Unofficial undergraduate and graduate transcripts

 Three current letters of recommendation (the college will send an email to each letter writer identified in the application process with a link to upload letter)

Apply at https://luthercollege.hiretouch.com.

INQUIRIES: Inquiries may be directed to Britt Rhodes, Chair, Social Work Search Committee, Luther College, Decorah, IA 52101; phone: (563) 387-1623; email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Additional information about the college is available by visiting the college website, www.luther.edu. Questions regarding the application process should be directed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

SOCIAL WORK PROGRAM: Accredited by CSWE for the past 30 years, most recently in 2013, the Social Work Program is part of a combined department (Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work) with eleven full-time faculty members.

(10-11-16)

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

Executive Director

National Association of Social Workers – New York City Chapter

The New York City Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, with a membership of 7000, is seeking an Executive Director with strong leadership and management skills, as well as substantial knowledge of the social work profession and social work values.  NASW-NYC is the leading social work membership association in New York City, representing social workers across all health and human service systems. The Executive Director is accountable to the Chapter Board of Directors and reports to the national Chief Executive Officer.

This position requires:  

•            Senior leadership experience working with professional or non-profit organizations and their volunteer Boards

•            Strong executive management skills, including the ability to provide oversight for organizational and leadership development priorities, relevant legislative efforts, membership services, and continuing education programs and large events

•            Strong budget, financial management and fundraising skills

•       Excellent public speaking skills and experience working with the media; excellent written communication skills

•       Knowledge of the issues and challenges impacting the social work profession and its New York City population in the public, not for profit, and private practice sectors

•       Experience and ability to advocate for social justice with an understanding and analysis of structural racism and oppression in the United States

•       Demonstrated excellence in interpersonal skills

•            Commitment to providing excellent membership support and engagement

•            Minimum of 5 years of executive level experience

•            MSW, DSW or PhD preferred.

•       Residents of the New York City metropolitan area preferred

Salary: $110,000-$145,000, plus excellent benefits, including health and life insurance, retirement.

Application deadline: October 24, 2016

Only electronic applications will be accepted. Applicants will email a cover letter expressing your interest and relevant experience with your CV or résumé to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The NASW-New York City Chapter is an equal opportunity employer, committed to a policy of equal opportunity and nondiscrimination.

(10-4-16)

Full time Victim Offender Mediation Case Manager

Provides targeted Case Management Services; Victim-Offender Mediation (when warranted); and supportive counseling.

A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in social service related field, and preferred two years’ experience in social services, preferably with the targeted population.

Valid Driver’s License.

Contact:

Helen Rhodes

100 Bell Street

Elkins, WV 26241

304-637-8000 ext. 302

Fax: 304-636-4694

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(9-22-16)

Rainelle Medical Center has a position open for a Masters’ Level Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW), Licensed Certified Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Graduate Social Worker (LGSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or Clinical Psychologist to join our Behavioral Health Services team. Those applicants with an ADC (Alcohol and Drug Counselor) certification are encouraged to apply. Position will be based at Rainelle Medical Center but will require travel to satellite clinics of Rainelle Medical Center and will involve work at school-based health sites. Provider will work with patients aged 4 years and older. This is a salaried position with competitive pay, an excellent benefits package and loan repayment available through the National Health Service Corps. RMC is a federally qualified health center. Please forward your CV to Judy Koehler at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fax to 304.438.5762. EOE/MF

(9-22-16)

Job Description for Posting Number: BCF1700092

HEALTH & HUMAN RESOURCES SPECIALIST SENIOR

Closing Date: October 04, 2016

Education

TRAINING: BACHELOR'S DEGREE FROM A REGIONALLY ACCREDITED FOUR-YEAR COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY. SUBSTITUTION: ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE AS DESCRIBED BELOW MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR THE REQUIRED TRAINING ON A YEAR-FOR-YEAR BASIS. EXPERIENCE: FOUR YEARS FULL-TIME, EQUIVALENT PART-TIME PAID OR VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE IN A TECHNICAL OR PROGRAM AREA THAT IS RELATED TO THE AREA OF EMPLOYMENT. SUBSTITUTION: POST-GRADUATE EDUCATION IN A FIELD RELATED TO THE TECHNICAL OR PROGRAM AREA MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR THE REQUIRED EXPERIENCE ON THE BASIS OF FIFTEEN SEMESTER HOURS FOR ONE YEAR OF EXPERIENCE. SPECIAL REQUIREMENT FOR THE COMMISSION FOR THE DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING: IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS, ONE YEAR OF BASIC SIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES. SPECIAL REQUIREMENT FOR THE WEST VIRGINIA CANCER REGISTRY: FOR WEST VIRGINIA CANCER REGISTRY CANCER SURVEILLANCE, DATA QUALITY, AND REGISTRAR EDUCATION POSITIONS, APPLICANT MUST HOLD THE CERTIFIED TUMOR REGISTRAR (CTR) CREDENTIAL OR HAVE FIVE (5) YEARS OF CANCER REGISTRY WORK EXPERIENCE.

Job Description

UNDER GENERAL SUPERVISION, POSITION WILL PROVIDE ADULT SERVICES TRAINING TO NEW AND TENURED STAFF STATEWIDE, INCLUDING POLICY, SKILLS, AND FACTS SYSTEM TRAINING. OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: ACT AS LIAISON WITH REGIONAL AND DISTRICT OFFICES IN ASSIGNED REGION TO ENSURE THAT REGIONAL TRAINING NEEDS ARE MET; INTERPRETS FEDERAL AND STATE LAWS, REGULATIONS AND POLICIES FOR STAFF AND ENSURES THAT TRAINING PROPERLY REPRESENTS POLICY IN THE CURRICULUM; WRITES, EDITS, AND DEVELOPS CURRICULA CONSISTENT WITH A COMPETENCY BASED TRAINING SYSTEM TO ENSURE BASIC PROFICIENCY AND CONTINUED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF ADULT SERVICES STAFF; PLANS, DEVELOPS, AND IMPLEMENTS SPECIALIZED TRAINING BASED ON NEEDS IN REGIONAL ASSIGMENT; USES INDEPENDENT JUDGMENT IN ADMINISTRATIVE AND OPERATIONAL ASPECTS OF TRAINING PROVISION INCLUDING USE OF FACILITIES, CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT, EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT, AND TRAINEE SUPERVISON TO ENSURE EFFECTIVE OPERATION OF REGIONAL AND STATEWIDE TRAINING. THIS POSITION WILL REQUIRE STATEWIDE TRAVEL. ALL OTHER DUTIES ASSIGNED.

Contact

SUSAN RICHARDS

350 CAPITOL STREET

ROOM B-18

CHARLESTON, WV 25301

Work located in the following Counties:

STATEWIDE 

Application Procedure

If you are a state employee please visit http://www.personnel.wv.gov/job_seekers/Pages/vacancies.aspx

or further instructions.

If you are not a state employee please visit http://www.personnel.wv.gov/job_seekers/apply/Pages/default.aspx

for further instructions.

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(9-22-16)



Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.

 

Job Opening

Posting Number              7625

Date Posted       October 06, 2016

Job Title              Outreach Coordinator

Program/Department    Youth Services Program

Facility Address               Morris St.

Charleston WV

Reports to          Michelle Sigler

              Type of position:

1 Full-time

Hours  37.5/week

1 Exempt

Benefits : Full Benefits                 

Schedule:  Mon. – Fri. 8:30am-5pm weekends and evening as needed    

General Description:

Works with communities to set up recovery meetings for youth and their families between the ages of 12-24 who are diagnosed with substance abuse and/or co-occurring disorders.  Connects youth and families to community supports necessary to live successfully/independently in the community.  

This is a grant-funded position.

Job Requirements:

BA in counseling, psychology, or social work.  Experience in behavioral health or human services field preferred.  Experience working with adolescents and young adults with co-occurring disorders preferred.  Valid driver’s license with reliable transportation is required. 

Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.

External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.

Human Resources Department 

Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.

5600 US Route 60 E

Huntington, WV 25705

www.prestera.org/careers

Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 x1020

Fax: 304-525-7893

(10-7-16)

Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.

Job Opening

Posting Number              7627

Date Posted       October 6, 2016

Job Title              Supervisor Suboxone and DUI 

Program/Department    Pinecrest

Facility Address               5600 US Route 60 East

Reports to          Marybeth Smith

              Type of position:

1 Full-time

Hours  37.5/week

1 Exempt

Benefits : Full Benefits                 

Schedule: MondayFriday 8:30am-5:00pm (Flexible)                    

General Description:

Supervises Cabell County Suboxone and DUI Safety and Treatment Program. Provides individual and group therapy for Federal Probation Contract consumers. 

Job Requirements:

Must have MA in Human Service Field, be license eligible, have two years documented substance abuse experience, and ADC eligible. Will supervise DUI program, Medication Assisted Treatment Program, and Federal Probation Contract. Will provide individual and group therapy to Federal Probation Contract. 

Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.

External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.

Human Resources Department

5600 US Route 60 E

Huntington, WV 25705

www.prestera.org/careers

Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or x1020

Fax: 304-525-7893

(10-7-16)


POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The West Virginia Association of Counties is seeking to hire an Executive Director to provide exemplary leadership to the organization and its dedicated staff and Board of Directors.  WVACo is strongly committed to the recruitment and selection of employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disability.

Qualifications:
∙ Bachelor’s Degree; Masters preferred
∙ Five or more years of proven executive leadership and management experience
∙ Five or more years of experience in the field of government relations
∙ Strong communication skills, including verbal, written, and public speaking
∙ Excellent organizational and planning skills
∙ Ability to multitask and prioritize workload
∙ Knowledge of county government
∙ Demonstrated ability to oversee staff and work in team-based environment
∙ Self-motivated work ethic
∙ Proficient computer skills
∙ Must be able to travel in-state and some out-of-state travel

 

Salary/Benefits:
Salary commensurate with experience and other qualifications.
Benefit package includes WV Public Employees Insurance Agency (PEIA), WV Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), Paid Annual & Sick Leave, WVACo County Dental/Vision Benefit Plan.

 

Application Process and Deadline for Submission:
Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter addressing the requirements and preferred qualifications, a current resume’, a list of three to five professional references, and salary expectation or requirement.  

 

Send to:
Leckta Poling, WVACo President & Chair of Executive Search Committee 
2026 Kanawha Boulevard, East
Charleston, WV 25311

 

Electronic submissions may be sent to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Deadline for applications is Nov.30th, 2016

Please, no phone calls.  For more information about the organization, go to www.wvcounties.org


Knight Counseling and Consultation Solutions LLC

303 Washington St. West STE 205

Charleston WV 25303

Flexible Scheduling/ Hours

Opening Date 10/01/2016

Brief Description

  Meet with clients create a treatment plan with treatment goals.

  Deliver therapy services to clients and write treatment notes.

  Monitor and update treatment plans as needed or every 3 months.

  Regularly consult with clinicians in practice to ensure high quality treatment.

  Therapy is delivered in an office setting.

  Consult with all parties involved in client cases

  Rare court appearance could be requested for abuse/neglect cases.

  Comply with all legal and ethical standards set by licensing board.

  Comply with all HIPPA regulations.

Qualifications and Education

  Master’s Degree required with current West Virginia License in social work or counseling.

  Minimum 2 years of experience delivering direct therapy services.

  TF-CBT trained and experience using theory

  Experience writing treatment plans and therapy notes.

To Apply

Send résumé to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Résumés must be submitted by Friday 10/28/2016.

(9-28-16)

Catholic Charities West Virginia

Catholic Charities West Virginia is looking for an Interim Services Coordinator (ISC) with WV Birth to Three.  This full-time position will be located in Morgantown.  The ISC will follow-up on child referrals; conduct family interviews to gather child and family information; assist families with initial linkages they may need; assist with eligibility determination and/or IFSP development; coordinate transition procedures as needed for the child and their family.

Qualifications include a Bachelors Degree from an accredited university in Human Services Field such as social work, early education, special education, elementary education, nursing, psychology, counselling, sociology, speech and language pathology or equivalent field of study; valid driver’s license and dependable transportation; ability to work in a team environment.       

Please submit a resume, cover letter, and three references by Friday, October 14, 2016 to:

            Wendy Miller

            WV Birth to Three, RAU One

            2000 Main Street, Suite 222

            Wheeling, WV 26003

(9-27-16)

FamilyCare Health Centers is seeking a Doctor of Psychology or Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker who also maintains or is eligible for an addictions license from the WV Certification Board of Addiction and Prevention Professionals in the state of West Virginia to provide evidence-based therapy at our Teays Valley location. Therapist will be responsible for conducting assessments, working with a multi-disciplinary treatment team, developing and implementing solution-focused treatment plans and delivering evidence-based substance abuse and mental health treatment in an integrated primary care setting. Therapist will also provide individual and group therapy for our medication-assisted treatment program. Full-time, competitive salary and benefits. EOE. Please send resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

(9-27-16)

Treatment Coordinator/Foster Care: Part time position working in growing program in the Martinsburg area and surrounding counties.  Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field, and licensed or license eligible is required.   Very competitive salary and excellent benefit package.  Great work environment, team oriented. Apply online www.nyap.org or fax resume to Dodd at304-333-2210 by 10/07/16. EOE

(9-26-16)

Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.

Job Opening

Posting Number              7609

Date Posted       September 27, 2016

Job Title              Wraparound Facilitator

Program/Department    Leach

Facility Address               3375 US RT 60 East

Huntington, WV  25705

Reports to          Mindy Thornton

              Hours  37.5/week

Benefits : Full Benefits                

Schedule: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm with flexibility On call                           

General Description:  Works with youth and their families at home, at an office setting, in the community, at school and /or at work to pull the youth and family team together to facilitate development of the wraparound plan, convene regular team meetings, including the youth, their family and their supports, both professional and natural to monitor implementation of the plan and make changes to the plan as needed to promote success for the youth and their family within their community.  GRANT FUNDED

Job Requirements:  BA in Counseling, Social Work, or Psychology.  Two years experience working with children and adolescents required.  Valid driver's license and access to transportation during working hours required.  Good communication and teamwork skills are also required.

Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.

External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.

Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.

5600 US Rt.60 East

Huntington, WV 25705

www.prestera.org/careers

Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019  or x1020

Fax: 304-525-7893

(9-26-16)

Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.

Job Opening

Posting Number              7607

Date Posted       September 22, 2016

Job Title              DUI Clinician

Program/Department    PARC East

Facility Address               1143 Dunbar Avenue

Dunbar, WV- 25064

Reports to          Kathleen Maynard

Hours 37.5/week

Benefits : Full Benefits                

Schedule: MondayFriday 8:30am-5:00pm.                     

General Description:

Provide direct services to DUI offenders under the DUI Safety and Treatment Program and individuals in short-term residential treatment. Provide documentation to DMV as outlined in the contractual agreement and center policy. Provide clinical evaluations, education, intervention and treatment to facilitate client’s completion of the DUI program. Manage DUI fees appropriately ensuring all fees are paid or appropriate arrangements for payment are made prior to program completion.

Job Requirements:

BA in human service field required. Eligible for certification in addictions counseling within 18 months of hire.

Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.

External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.

Human Resources Department

Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.

5600 US Route 60 E

Huntington, WV 25705

www.prestera.org/careers.

Phone: 304-525-7851 Ext 1020 or 1019

Fax 304-525-7893

(9-26-16)

Magellan Behavioral Health* serves the Military & Family Life Counseling (MFLC) program on behalf of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). Magellan is adding to our specific workforce of counselors who provide services to military members and their families under the MFLC contract. This is a high-profile, well-regarded program, and Magellan recruits counselors who have a passion for helping individuals in the military and their loved ones.

The counselors serving this program become employees of Magellan and provide non-medical counseling, which is short-term, problem-solving, and solution-focused; it is intended to prevent the development or exacerbation of lifestyle conditions that may compromise military and family readiness. Counselors provide services on military bases and within communities where military families live. These are positions that work 40 hours per week on military installations for a specific period of time. The counseling is delivered in a non-traditional, creative manner — primarily on a “walk around” basis — which ensures this critical population has access and availability to the support needed in a ‘just in time,” informal, and confidential fashion.

Please feel free to check out our website at http://www.magellanmflc.org/public/home.aspx.

You need to be a licensed clinical social worker, licensed professional counselor, licensed marriage and family therapist, licensed psychologist, or licensed psychiatrist in the state of West Virginia to be considered eligible.

Counselors serving this assignment will provide one-on-one consultations with members, interaction with commanders to determine specific issues within their squadrons, and educational briefings and/or presentations for groups.

We currently have several openings to serve the Military & their families at the McLaughlin Air National Guard Base, Charleston, West Virginia. Please let me know if you are interested in this exciting opportunity as soon as possible. This assignment would be 40 hours per week from 10-3-16 to 12-24-2016. Please respond if you can commit to any time.

If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to let me know.               

Thank you,

Samantha Liegl

Provider Relations Specialist

Military & Family Life Counseling (MFLC)

Magellan Health

14100 Magellan Plaza Maryland Heights, MO 63043

314-387-5439| F 888-656-0256 | E This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

MagellanMFLC.org

(9-15-16)


Therapist

Needed full-time or part-time for the Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center to work with traumatized and at-risk children and their families. Will work at the Center and in the schools. Join a team of professionals who create a child-friendly and supportive environment for families in our community. Master’s degree in a mental health field, clinical experience, and license or license-eligible required. Send resume to Dr. Capage at moncocac @comcast.net or 909 Greenbag Road, Morgantown, WV 26508 bySeptember 28th. Call 304-598-0344 with inquiries.

(9-21-16)

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Outreach Specialist

The SNAP Outreach Specialist position for Catholic Charities West Virginia will be located in Clarksburg, and will work closely with the SNAP Outreach Coordinator in developing relationships with community organizations and agencies.  Primary responsibilities of the SNAP Outreach Specialist will be completing eligibility applications, screening potential enrollees, entering data into the agency’s database, completing follow-up, and ensuring appropriate documentation to DHHR.    

Qualified individuals will possess a Bachelor’s Degree in social service field or High School diploma, with preference given to those with at least three years experience in the social service field.  This position also requires an understanding of or experience in community outreach.  Knowledge of community resources and services is vital.  Candidates must exhibit excellent written and verbal skills, communication and interpersonal skills, as well as computer skills, with the ability to track data and generate reports.  This position requires a willingness to adapt to change in schedule, including evenings and weekends, if necessary, and one must have transportation and the ability and willingness to travel as needed.

Resume with Cover Letter should be sent to: 

Chris Garner, SNAP Outreach Coordinator

Catholic Charities West Virginia

1116 Kanawha Blvd., E

Charleston, WV  25301

or

Email Resume and Cover Letter to:

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(9-21-16)

Addiction Systems Inc:

We are looking for professionals to work 5 to 10 hours a week at one of our programs throughout Maryland and Martinsburg WV.  The position would include include providing intakes on to the program,  review of medication needs, and approval of take home medication.

Please look at out web-site which could answer some on of your questions about our organization.

contact Neal at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

(9-21-16)

Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.

Job Opening

Posting Number              7604

Date Posted       September 20, 2016

Job Title              Case Manager

Program/Department    Lincoln County

Facility Address               25 Lincoln Plaza

Branchland, WV

Reports to          Rachel Oiler

Type of position:

1 Full-time

Hours 37.5/week

Benefits :    Full Benefits                            

Schedule: MondayFriday 8:30am-5:00pm                       

General Description:

Provides case management services to consumers based on their level of needs.  This may include Targeted Case Management and/or low-end assessment services. Provides telephone and face-to-face assessments, intake interviews, and reassessments of adults. Ensures clients have proper authorization for services. Maintains a clinical caseload. Provides proper documentation, charting and record keeping, in accordance with Prestera's Policies and Procedures.

Job Requirements:

BA in Psychology, Social Work or Counseling. Valid driver’s license and access to reliable transportation required. Must have good communication and teamwork skills. Knowledge of community resources desired. 

Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.

External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.

Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.

5600 US Route 60 E

Huntington, WV 25705

www.prestera.org/careers

Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or x1020

Fax: 304-525-7893

(9-21-16)


Metro Area Agency on Aging is seeing a full-time Resource Counselor for the Aging and Disability Resource Network to provide long-term support, counseling, and education to individuals aged 60+ and individuals 18+ with physical disabilities.  The applicant must have a degree in a related field and experience working with this population is beneficial.  The applicant must have strong interpersonal, writing, and verbal skills.  Limited travel may be required.  Salary commensurate with experience.  Send resume to Metro AAA – 1 Dunbar Plaza, Suite 102.  Dunbar, WV  25064.  Or email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

(9/20/16)

Disaster Case Manager

The Disaster Case Manager position for Catholic Charities West Virginia will be located in Nicholas County, and is responsible for conducting assessments and evaluations of real and personal property damage, entering data into the Coordinated Assistance Network database, presenting individual cases to the long-term recovery committees to request funds and volunteers to perform home repairs, and linking clients to other resources available to assist with long-term recovery.       

Qualified individuals will have a minimum high school education and knowledge of structural damage assessment.  Preference will be given to those with a Bachelor’s Degree as well as experience in disaster services.  It is imperative that the person in this position be non-judgmental, and exhibit compassion and understanding.  This person must also demonstrate an ability to communicate effectively with a variety of different entities and be able to advocate or present cases on behalf of potential clients.  This position requires an individual who is self-motivated, but also one who can also work as part of a team.  Frequent travel is required and candidates must be able to work flexible hours as needed.

Resume with Cover Letter should be sent to: 

Shawn Haines, Regional Director Supervisor

Catholic Charities West Virginia

224 South Queen Street

Martinsburg, WV  25401

or

Email Resume and Cover Letter to:

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(9/19/16)

The Counseling Connection has TWO full time Mental Health Therapist positions available in the Charleston area.

Minimum of one year experience as a Therapist.  Must have a Master’s degree in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work and be licensed or license eligible.  Salary is commensurate with experience and license!

Please send cover letter and resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

(9/19/16)

Director of Disaster Services

The Director of Disaster Services position for Catholic Charities West Virginia is located in Charleston, and is responsible for providing leadership and support to statewide disaster preparedness activities - including planning, training, coordination, and development of volunteers for the agency.  In the event of a disaster, this position coordinates and directs supplies, personnel, and volunteers to appropriate locations and is the agency’s representative to FEMA and WV VOAD. 

Qualified individuals will have a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field with significant experience in program coordination and management, preferably over a large geographical area.  Experience in disaster services and supervisory experience is preferred.  Candidates will also have knowledge of community resources and services, a proven record of developing and maintaining professional relationships and networks, and experience with recruitment, training, and coordination of volunteers.  A high degree of self-motivation is required and candidates must be willing to travel and work flexible hours as required.   

Resume with Cover Letter should be sent to: 

Shawn Haines, Regional Director Supervisor

Catholic Charities West Virginia

224 South Queen Street

Martinsburg, WV  25401

or

Email Resume and Cover Letter to:

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(9/16/16)

PASSAGES IOP Therapist

HealthWays Inc is looking for a Therapist. 

The Therapist will be responsible for individual and group counseling for clients with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders.  The therapist will maintain and complete all documentation according to agency and regulatory standards and timelines for submission.  The person selected for this position must be able to work independently. The position requires a Master’s in Arts or a Master’s in Science in psychology, counseling, social work or closely related field of study.  Two years paid experience, preferably in the mental health setting and interaction with the substance abuse/mental health is preferred.  The applicant must have knowledge of behavioral sciences and having the ability to apply therapeutic techniques related to chemical dependency to individuals and groups.  The applicant must be licensed to practice independently in counseling, social work, or psychology or license eligible.  Knowledge of DSM 5/ICD 10 diagnostic classification and the ability to perform comprehensive diagnostic evaluations are required. 

If interested and qualified please provide a cover letter along with three professional references and resume to:

Mr. Monte Lester

Human Resource Director

Healthways Inc

501 Colliers Way

Weirton WV  26062

Fax:  304-723-0665

(9/16/16)

Positions listed with Valley Healthcare System

     Behavioral Support Professional – Valley HealthCare System is currently hiring for a Full Time Behavioral Support Professional. Shift is Monday – Friday 8a-5p.  The Behavior Support Professional develop programming for participants of the Waiver program and train Valley staff to provide services.  Behavior Support Professional educate anyone providing care to Waiver Clients how to implement habilitation programming and positive behavior support plans/guidelines/protocols, as well as learn any other important safety or health issue for that individual. Minimum Requirements: BA/BS in human service field or a Board of Regents; 1 yr. professional experience working with individuals with intellectual and/or Develop Disabilities. Valley HealthCare offers Health Insurance, ST&LT disability, Retirement and PTO. There is also incentive pay with this position. Apply online at www.valleyhealthcare.org or submit resume to 301 Scott Ave Morgantown WV 26508 Attn Employment

     Residential Therapist – Valley HealthCare System currently has an opening for a Full Time Residential Therapist, in Marion County, for an extended treatment care setting  with adult women who have a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency.  Job duties include assessments, group , individual and supportive counseling. Minimum Requirements:   Master’s degree in relevant Human Service Discipline. Prefer:License in same field or licensed eligible. Counseling experience with CD population and/or co-occurring. Experience working with individuals in crisis. Primary schedule is 8a-5p Monday through Friday; however this is a residential facility and will require flexibility and nontraditional hours including Saturdays and holidays on a rotating basis. Valley HealthCare does offer Health Insurance, PTO, Life, Long-term/Short-term disability and Retirement. Apply online at valleyhealthcare.org or submit resume to Valley Healthcare System 301 Scott Ave. Morgantown WV 26501 Attn. Employment

     New Beginnings Program Supervisor - Valley HealthCare System currently has an opening for a Full Time Program Supervisor, in Marion County. New Beginnings is a community based specialized extended care residential program for adult women with a primary diagnosis of substance use dependence. As Program Supervisor duties would include supervising the residential assistance and case management staff; maintaining program ,reports  and coordinating client daily needs with clinical staff. Minimum Requirements:   Master’s degree in relevant Human Service Discipline.  One year working with consumers with substance use disorders. Obtain and maintain CPR/First Aid training and Management of aggressive people training. Prefer: Supervisory experience, professional licenseor license eligible. Addiction certification or eligible. Experience working with CD populations. This is a residential facility and will require flexibility and nontraditional hours including Saturdays and holidays on a rotating basis. Valley HealthCare does offer Health Insurance, PTO, Life, Long-term/Short-term disability and Retirement. Apply online atvalleyhealthcare.org or submit resume to Valley Healthcare System 301 Scott Ave. Morgantown WV 26501 Attn. Employment

     Recovery Coach –Valley HealthCare System has a full-time position available in Marion County. The Recovery Coach’s duties include providing outreach, support, and recovery check-ups in the community with addicted individuals and their families. Residential treatment setting and community settings requires flexibility with scheduling; with occasional flexibility according to client need for evenings, weekend and holiday work.   Minimum requirements:  High school diploma or equivalent, ability to obtain and manage CPR/First aid training and ability to legally transport clients.  Good interpersonal skills.  Shared life experience with client population served.  Prefer: Experience working with CD populations, knowledge of disease of addiction, recovery process, 12-step fellowship programs and treatment resources.  Good documentation skills.  Apply online www.valleyhealthcare.org or by sending resume to Valley HealthCare System, 301 Scott Ave, Morgantown, WV 26508 Attn: Empl. Coord. EOE

     V-ACT Specialist -Valley Healthcare System has an immediate full-time opening 7:30a -4:30p(will include some weekends).  Providing skill development and training to consumers with a Mental Retardation/ Developmental Disability, Mental Illness or Chemical Dependency diagnosis. This involves consumer assessment, program planning and implementation. BA/BS degree in human service field six months experience working with MI.  CPR/First Aid or certified/ or able to be trained. Ability to legally transport clients, comply with safety requirements and client rights. We offer Health insurance, PTO, Retirement Benefits and company paid life, LTD & STD and a SIGN ON BONUS! Apply online at www.valleyhealthcare.orgor by submitting resume to jobpostings@valleyhealthcare.org or to Valley HCS 301 Scott Ave, Morgantown, WV 26508 Attn: Empl. Coord. EOE

     I/DD Waiver Service Coordinator – Valley HealthCare System has a Full – Time position , available for a I/DD waiver Service Coordinator in Monongalia County.  Responsibilities of the Service Coordinator include assessment of client’s needs and strengths; planning and setting treatment goals and objectives with the client; evaluation of progress toward goals set and advocating on behalf of the client. The minimum requirements are a 4 year degree in a human service field and a driver’s license; prefer one year experience in the I/DD field. We offer INCENTIVE PAY, Health Insurance, PTO Retirement, and company paid Life, LTD & STD. Apply online www.valleyhealthcare.org or by sending resume to Valley HealthCare System, 301 Scott Ave, Morgantown WV 26508 Attn: Employee Coordinator.EOE

(9/16/16)

A private outpatient mental health practice in Martinsburg, WV, is seeking a full mental health therapist.

Candidate must possess a Masters Degree. Candidate must be be licensed at the Masters Level, in the state of WV, as an LGSW, LCSW, LICSW, or LPC.

Experience in working with adults, children, and families with a variety of personal, social, and mental health needs preferred, but not required.

Schedule is Monday through Friday 12pm - 8pm or Tuesday through Friday 12pm-8pm and Saturday 8am-4pm.

Flexible benefit package offered, including paid time off, medical and dental insurance, retirement planning, and clinical supervision. Salary range $45,760-$52,000 yearly.

Fax resume to 888-596-2658

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(9/15/16)

Posting Number              7593

Date Posted       September 13, 2016

Job Title              Care Coordinator II

Program/Department    Health Home/Adult Services

Facility Address               511 Morris street

Reports to          Teresa Stager

Type of position:

1 Full-time

Hours  37.5/week

1 Non-Exempt

Benefits : Full Benefits                

Schedule: MondayFriday 8:00am-5:00pm                       

General Description:

Provides support through coordinating a variety of health home services for consumers and their families to have their health care needs identified and links them up to receive the medical, behavioral, and related social services and supports they need in order to promote a healthier stable lifestyle. 

Job Requirements:

BA in Psychology, Social Work, or Counseling, and valid driver’s license and access to reliable transportation during work hours required. Must be flexible and able to work independently.  Experience preferred.

Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.

External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.

Human Resources Department

Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.

5600 US Route 60 E

Huntington, WV 25705

www.presera.org/careers.

Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or x1020

Fax: 304-525-7893

(9/15/16)

Posting Number              7594

Date Posted       September 13, 2016

Job Title              Therapist/SBIRT

Program/Department    Logan High School

Facility Address              

Reports to          Catherine Luikart

Type of position:

1 Full-time

Hours  37.5/week

1 Exempt

Benefits : Full Benefits                

Schedule:

Monday-Friday

8:00am-4:00pm                            

General Description: This individual will provide individual, group and family therapy, support and education, along with case management. Provide appropriate assessment and referral with follow-up.  Will be working with adolescents and young adults.       (GRANT FUNDED)

Job Requirements: MA in Psychology, Social Work or Counseling, license preferred or eligible.  Experience working with adolescents and young adults with substance abuse and co-occurring issues is a plus.  Knowledge of available community resources essential.  Valid driver’s license required.

Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.

External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.

Human Resources Department

Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.

5600 US Route 60 E

Huntington, WV 25705

www.presera.org/careers.

Phone: 304-525-7851 x1020 or 1019

Fax: 304-525-7893

(9/15/16)

Elkins Mountain Schools has the following positions available:

     Dual Diagnosis Clinical Specialist

Provides therapeutic services commensurate with education/license to an assigned caseload.  Provides assessment, service planning, service delivery, and service plan evaluation for youth with co-occurring disorders.

Education/Experience: Master’s Degree in Human Services field (defined by Medicaid) from accredited college or university; preferred two years of experience with targeted population.

Licensure/Certification: Licensure or eligible for licensure in the person’s field of expertise; valid driver’s license.

     Therapist

Provides therapeutic services commensurate with education/license to an assigned caseload.

Education/Experience: Master’s Degree in Human Services field (defined by Medicaid); preferred two years of experience with targeted population.

Licensure/Certification: Licensure or eligible for licensure in the person’s field of expertise; valid driver’s license.

Helen Rhodes, Administrative Manager

Elkins Mountain Schools

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304-637-8000 ext. 302

(9/14/16)

WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY RESEARCH CORPORATION

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Working Title Coordinated Intake & Assessment Manager (DRP 16-0106)

Department DEN/Dental Research Projects

FY2017 Salary Range Level 1-- $35,859 - $43,305/year

Position Location Morgantown, WV

Position Terms Full-time (40hpw), benefits eligible

Purpose

This position is primarily responsible for the design, implementation, and operation of a Coordinated Intake and Assessment (CI&A) program serving a 46 county are in West Virginia. In addition to providing direct services to persons and organizations seeking assistance, the incumbent will travel within this area to develop relationships with community providers and discuss means by which to formalize relationships with the Office of Coordinating Health Services. Program data will be used for evaluation and in research projects to learn more about the health of rural Appalachian persons who have a disabling condition, such as mental health issues, physical mobility impairments and homelessness or at high risk of homelessness. This program enables access, assessment, and referral process for homeless service programs including diversion/prevention, shelter, rapid rehousing, and service options. Following guidance from HUD and the National Alliance to End Homelessness, the building blocks of this program will be access, assess, assign, and accountability.

Requisite Qualifications

Education and/or Experience

1) Master’s degree in public health, human services, or related field;

And

2) 3 - 5 years of experience in social service, human service, health care, public health, customer service, community development and/or business development; 1 – 2 of which include supervisory or program management experience.

Or

3) Equivalent combination of education and experience.

For more information and to apply, please visit:

https://rew31.ultipro.com/WES1016/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*F0EB7D36B90D21F0

(9/7/16)

WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY RESEARCH CORPORATION

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Working Title Housing First Caseworker (DRP 16-0100)

Department DEN/Dental Research Projects

FY2017 Salary Range Level 2-- $24,783 - $29,547/year *FY2016 wages used for internal consistency

Position Location Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia

Market Location Morgantown, WV

Position Terms Full-time (40hpw), benefits eligible

This is a mobile position that serves some combination of the following counties: Berkeley, Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, Jefferson, Mineral & Morgan

Purpose

This position supports the research and community service goals of the Department of Dental Research Projects through the provision of direct public health-based services to the community. Program data will be used for evaluation and in research projects to learn more about the health of rural Appalachian persons who have a disabling condition, such as mental health issues, physical mobility impairments, living with HIV/AIDS, and homelessness or at high risk of homelessness.

This position provides program, as well as direct internal and external client support services. Responds to inquiries and independently resolves matters of low to moderate complexity. Responsibilities require some judgment, resourcefulness, and originality, but diverse guides and precedents are usually available to apply or adapt to the circumstances. Work effort has considerable impact on client services, program and project image, with potential legal liabilities.

Requisite Qualifications

Education and/or Experience

1) Bachelor’s degree in public health, human services, or related field;

And

2) 2 – 4 years of experience in social and/or human service-related work;

Or

3) Equivalent combination of education and experience.

Certifications, Licenses, Registrations

1) Valid driver’s license.

For more information and to apply, please visit:

https://rew31.ultipro.com/WES1016/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*F41FE45E824A1BB6

(9/17/16)

 


Posting Number              7590

Date Posted       September 8, 2016

Job Title              Community Engagement Specialist 2

Program/Department    Adult Services

Facility Address               Resource Center

1853 8th Ave.

Huntington, WV

Reports to          Julie Mabe

              Type of position:

1 Full-time

Hours  37.5/week

1 Non-Exempt

Benefits : Full Benefits                

Schedule: MondayFriday 8:30am-4:30pm                       

General Description:

Works in the community to assist consumers with serious mental illness, substance abuse, co-occurring or co-existing disorders that are at risk of psychiatric hospitalization or are currently committed.  Collaborates and engages with community resources to prevent the need for involuntary commitment, improve community integration, and promote recovery by addressing the needs of all eligible individuals.

Job Requirements:

BA in Psychology, Social Work, or Counseling, and valid driver’s license and access to reliable transportation during work hours required. Experience and prior training working with mental health, substance abuse population, and co-existing population is preferred.  Knowledge of community resources preferred.

Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.

External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.

Human Resources Department

Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.

5600 US Route 60 E

Huntington, WV 25705

www.presera.org/careers.

Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or x1020

Fax: 304-525-7893

(9-9-15)


Posting Number              7591

Date Posted       September 8, 2016

Job Title              Case Manager

Program/Department    PARC East – Substance Abuse

Facility Address               1143 Dunbar Ave

Dunbar, WV-25064

Reports to          Dana Petroff

              Type of position:

1 Full-time

              Hours  37.5/week

1 Non-Exempt

Benefits : Full Benefits                

Schedule: 

Monday-Friday  8:30am-5:00pm                           

General Description:

This employee will provide case management services for consumers within the addictions treatment program.  Will advocate on the consumer’s behalf for services needed, link with other agencies and internally for services, and refer clients as needed.  Participates in treatment plans, and advocates with physicians as appropriate. 

Job Requirements:

Requires BA in Psychology, Social Work or Counseling and a valid driver’s license with reliable transportation is required.  Experience working with addiction recovery is preferred.

Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.

External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.

Human Resources

Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.

5600 US Route 60 E

Huntington, WV 25705

www.prestera.org/careers

Phone: 304-525-7851x1019x1020

Fax: 304-525-7893

(9-9-16)


Preston-Taylor Community Health Centers seeks LICSW. Experience preferred. Send resume to PTCHC, PO Box 399, Grafton, WV 26354 or call 304 265-0312 for application. EOE.

(9-8-16)


Mission West Virginia, Inc., a non-profit organization located in Putnam County, has two positions open:

     Teen Pregnancy Prevention Regional Coordinator

The Regional Coordinator carries out the TPP Program in a project community.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, developing and overseeing community TPP project staff; assisting with implementing, assessing, and evaluating curricula for medical accuracy; age appropriateness and cultural relevancy; and coordinating ongoing program activities.  Essential Duties and Responsibilities include:

•             Build and maintain professional and collaborative relationships in the community, including: school administration; stakeholders; and organizations related to program services. 

•             Supervises Educators

•             Ensure that community goals are met, including: objectives; activities; and clients served.

•             Conduct observations on evidence-based TPP programs to ensure program quality and fidelity.

•             Responsible for scheduling sites for delivery of evidence based TPP programming

•             Host community events as they relate to TPP programming in order to increase project reach.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Health, Sociology, Social Work, Human Services and/or Education preferred. Ability to maintain professional working relationships with other team members, school personnel, community providers, and stakeholders. Knowledge of youth development principles and effective teaching strategies required. Experience with management and supervision required.  Ability to work with individuals from diverse cultural, ethnic, and social groups. Hold a valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance.

Send resume and cover letter identifying, experience, and references toThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by mail to 168 Midland Trail, Suite 1, Hurricane, WV 25526 by9/23/16  

     Kinship Care Liaison

The Kinship Care Liaison will be responsible for all aspects of the Relatives as Parents Program and serve as the central contact person for all issues and inquiries surrounding kinship care.  Other duties include: Increase community awareness of the needs of kinship families in West Virginia, update and distribute the kinship care resource guide, respond to hotline calls from kinship families, public presentations,  and organize trainings on topics surrounding kinship care in various parts of the state. 

Bachelor’s degree in Health, Sociology, Social Work, Human Services or Education preferred, but not required.  In lieu of degree, personal experience in the field of kinship care or foster adoptive parenting will be considered.   Position is part-time (16-24 hours/week).

Please send resume and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or by mail to 168 Midland Trail, Suite 1, Hurricane, WV 25526 by 9/23/16

(9-8-16)


Program Assistant

Catholic Charities WV - Parkersburg

Assist Regional Director in multiple programs essential to the mission and vision of CC WV. Primarily assist with fundraising and parrish relations, also in charge of office functions in absence of the director, and coordinator of the 5-co. food pantry.

Valid drivers license, excellent computer skills, able to lift 30lbs. Position requires travel within 10-county region.

Bachelor's degree and WV Social Work license preferred.

Send resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Sept. 16.

(9-8-16 )

WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY RESEARCH CORPORATION

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Working Title Housing First Caseworker (DRP 16-0100)

Department DEN/Dental Research Projects

FY2017 Salary Range Level 2-- $24,783 - $29,547/year *FY2016 wages used for internal consistency

Position Location Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia

Market Location Morgantown, WV

Position Terms Full-time (40hpw), benefits eligible

This is a mobile position that serves some combination of the following counties: Berkeley, Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, Jefferson, Mineral & Morgan

Purpose

This position supports the research and community service goals of the Department of Dental Research Projects through the provision of direct public health-based services to the community. Program data will be used for evaluation and in research projects to learn more about the health of rural Appalachian persons who have a disabling condition, such as mental health issues, physical mobility impairments, living with HIV/AIDS, and homelessness or at high risk of homelessness.

This position provides program, as well as direct internal and external client support services. Responds to inquiries and independently resolves matters of low to moderate complexity. Responsibilities require some judgment, resourcefulness, and originality, but diverse guides and precedents are usually available to apply or adapt to the circumstances. Work effort has considerable impact on client services, program and project image, with potential legal liabilities.

Requisite Qualifications

Education and/or Experience

1) Bachelor’s degree in public health, human services, or related field;

And

2) 2 – 4 years of experience in social and/or human service-related work;

Or

3) Equivalent combination of education and experience.

Certifications, Licenses, Registrations

1) Valid driver’s license.

For more information and to apply, please visit:

https://rew31.ultipro.com/WES1016/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*F41FE45E824A1BB6

 

(9-7-16)


Burlington UM Family Services is  looking for a WV Licensed Social Worker to provide regional Home Finding requirements at the location of the Kanawha County DHHR in Charleston, WV.  Full time 40 hours, benefits include Health, Dental, Vision, Disability, and Life Insurance, retirement plan, paid Holidays, Vacation, Personal, Sick, and Bereavement leave.  Salary is $28,000 anually.  Requires valid Driver’s License, vehicle insurance, travel, and criminal background clearance. Submit Cover Letter and Resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or mail to Brecken Streit, BUMFS, Inc., 900 Washington St., East, Charleston, WV  25301

(9-6-16)


Dear OCOF Partners and Allies,
Please forward this job description to folks who might be interested in helping to build a statewide network of parents, grandparents and community leaders who want to make their local schools stronger... and fight for public education at the capitol.
This will be a tough job, but an important one.  We're looking for someone who combines experience advocating at the local level, with a willingness to travel across the state, with a real vision and capacity to build something new.
Here's a weblink too: http://wvhealthykids.org/publications/education-organizer/.
All best,
Stephen 
(9-6-16)


Small counseling practice in Charles Town, WV is seeking a part-time contract therapist.  Must be licensed in WV, have experience and a desire to work with children as well as adults, and be willing to work evening hours.   
Please submit a resume/CV to Steven at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fax to 304-724-1782.
(9-6-16)


Posting Number     7580
Date Posted     August 30, 2016
Job Title     ACT Case Manager
Program/Department     Adult Services Department
Facility Address     
511 Morris St.
Charleston, WV  25301
Reports to    Sarah Sturm
    Type of position:
1 Full-time
    Hours 37.5/week
1  Non-Exempt
Benefits :    Full Benefits        
Schedule: Monday- Friday 8:30am-5:00pm with flexibility and on – call rotation        
General Description:
This employee will provide case management services for an adult caseload.  Will advocate on the client’s behalf for services needed, link with other agencies and internally for services, and refer clients as needed.  Participates in treatment plans, and advocates with physicians as appropriate.  Provides advisory and consultative services related to mental health programming. 
Job Requirements:
BA in Psychology, Social Work or Counseling. One year experience working with mentally ill population required.  Valid driver's license is required with reliable transportation. Must have good communication and teamwork skills.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department 
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers.
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(8-31-16)


Posting Number     7580
Date Posted     August 30, 2016
Job Title     ACT Case Manager
Program/Department     Adult Services Department
Facility Address     
511 Morris St.
Charleston, WV  25301
Reports to    Sarah Sturm
    Type of position:
1 Full-time
    Hours 37.5/week
1  Non-Exempt
Benefits :    Full Benefits        
Schedule: Monday- Friday 8:30am-5:00pm with flexibility and on – call rotation        
General Description:
This employee will provide case management services for an adult caseload.  Will advocate on the client’s behalf for services needed, link with other agencies and internally for services, and refer clients as needed.  Participates in treatment plans, and advocates with physicians as appropriate.  Provides advisory and consultative services related to mental health programming. 
Job Requirements:
BA in Psychology, Social Work or Counseling. One year experience working with mentally ill population required.  Valid driver's license is required with reliable transportation. Must have good communication and teamwork skills.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department 
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers.
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(8-31-16)


Posting Number     7582
Date Posted     August 30, 2016
Job Title     Therapist
Program/Department     Leach Child in Home
Facility Address     Huntington Area
Reports to    Charles Prince
    Type of position:
1 Full-time
Hours  37.5/week
1 Exempt
Benefits :   Full Benefits
Schedule: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm some evening hours required        
General Description:
This individual will provide individual and family therapy, support and education, along with case management to children and adolescents. Will provide in-home services to at risk youth and families in need of intensive treatment. 
Job Requirements:
Position requires MA in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work as well as a valid driver's license and access to reliable transportation. If on license track must present at time of hire temporary license, provisional license, or gold card.  Licensed therapist must hold a WV license and present at tome of hire (LPC, LGSW, LICSW, and Licensed Psychologist).  Experience with children and adolescents preferred along with computer and organizational skills. 
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department 
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers  
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(8-31-16)


Posting Number     7583
Date Posted     August 30,2016
Job Title     Therapist
Program/Department     RT 60
Facility Address     3375 RT 60 E
Huntington, WV
Reports to    Marybeth Smith
    Type of position:
1 Full-time
    Hours  37.5/week
1 Exempt
Benefits : Full Benefits        
Schedule: 
Monday- Friday 
8:30am-5:00pm        
General Description: This individual will provide individual, group and family therapy, support and education, along with case management to outpatient consumers.  Provide appropriate assessment and referral with follow-up.
Job Requirements: MA in Counseling, Psychology, or Social Work. Professional license or license eligibility required. Two years’ experience working with addictions and mental health preferred.    Valid driver’s license with reliable transportation is required.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department 
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or 1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(8-31-16)


Posting Number     7584
Date Posted     August 30, 2016
Job Title     Regional Youth Service Coordinator
Program/Department     Youth Services
Facility Address     Morris St.
Charleston, WV
Reports to    Lisa Zappia
    Type of position:
1 Full-time
    Hours 37.5/week
1 Exempt
Benefits :  FULL BENEFITS        
General Description:
This position will coordinate the development, partnership, delivery, and monitoring of services to youth and their families between the ages of 12-24 who are diagnosed with substance abuse and/or co-occurring disorders through a coordinated approach resulting in a Region Five Youth Service Center.  This position will participate in a network of Regional Youth Service Centers across the state to provide a cross-system, community-based, collaborative approach to youth service delivery.    
                                                                  ****Grant Funded****
Job Requirements:
Must have a MA in counseling, social work, or psychology.  License or addiction certification preferred or eligible.  At least 2 years professional experience in behavioral health or human services field and 1 year of supervisory experience preferred.  Experience working with adolescents and young adults with co-occurring disorders preferred.  Valid driver’s license with reliable transportation is required.  Good communications skills. 
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
3375 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers.
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(8-31-16)


First Choice Services, Inc. is seeking Peer Support Specialists to serve the Behavioral Health Referral and Outreach Call Center. Positions are available statewide. The support specialists will provide referrals to those experiencing issues with mental health or substance use. Must be willing to work evenings, weekends and holidays.
Qualifications:
•           Must be certified as a Peer Support Specialist or Recovery Coach
•           Basic computer and data entry skills
•           Knowledge of the principles of recovery
•           Exceptional interpersonal skills
Please submit resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
We are looking for people based in the Martinsburg area, Wheeling area, Clarksburg/Morgantown area and the Parkersburg area. 
(8-31-16)


KVC West Virginia is seeking dedicated professionals to join our team!  KVC is now hiring a Home Finder and Safe at Home Program Director.  
The Home Finder will be responsible for recruiting and training new foster and adoptive homes in the Beckley, Mullens and Princeton communities who will open their homes to children in need.  The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s or master’s degree as well as licensure in the field of social work. 
The Safe at Home Program Director in Charleston, WV who will provide direct supervision and clinical direction to all supervisors, Care Coordinators and Community Resource Specialists in the Safe at Home program.  The ideal candidate for this role will have a master’s degree in social work with licensure as well as a minimum of three years’ experience in management. 
At KVC, you will enjoy a professional and innovative atmosphere focused on serving children and families in West Virginia.  KVC continually searches for ways to raise the bar in child welfare and enhance the wellbeing of children and families. Our goal is not only short-term safety and permanency, but long-term, lasting success that will support children’s education, health and emotional stability throughout their lives. Our unique KVC family-centered practice model uses an array of evidence-based practices that are proven by their outcomes.  KVC’s participation in national research initiatives gives you front row access to attend trainings from national partners such as the Annie E. Casey Foundation and New York University to refine your skills. You will also enjoy benefits such as company provided laptops and iPhones to keep in touch with clients; mileage reimbursement for trips to visit families and so much more.
Apply today at www.kvc.org/careers
(8-30-16)


Youth Health Service, Inc. (YHS) is currently seeking applications for a full-time behavioral health therapist position in Randolph County.  YHS is a growing behavioral health center that provides outpatient services to children and families throughout Randolph and surrounding counties.  Dependable transportation and flexibility with scheduling is a must.  Therapist positions require a minimum of a Master's degree in counseling, psychology or social work; license and experience preferred but not required.  Therapists at YHS receive eligibility for tuition reimbursement through the National Health Service Corp.  Positions include comprehensive benefit package and competitive salary.  EOE.  Please submit cover letter and resume to: Youth Health Service, Inc. 971 Harrison Ave., Elkins, WV 26241 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
(8-25-16)


The WellTree, llc is seeking applicants for the position of Family Education Specialist in the following counties: Marion, Monongalia, Barbour, Taylor and Preston counties. Education requirement is a degree in social work or a Human Service degree in the following: Sociology • Psychology • Counseling • Interpersonal Communication • Human Services • Primary or Secondary Education • Criminal Justice • Board of Regents with an emphasis in Human Service • Gerontology • Family and Consumer Science. Social work license is preferred not required. Must have valid WV driver’s license and clear CIB/FBI and CPS/APS background checks. Position provides in-home services to at-risk children and families. Above average pay offered to successful candidates. Email letter of interest and resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Shawn E. Trimble
Owner: The WellTree,llc
Office: 304-534-8447
Fax: 304-534-8745
(8-25-16)


The American Red Cross is working with FEMA to ensure individuals impacted by the June floods recovery needs have been met and to identify unmet needs.  The Red Cross in partnership with  WV VOAD, state and local officials and long term recovery committees in the impacted counties will work to ensure the unmet needs are identified and referred to the appropriate resource or agency to support their recovery.  The team is being formed immediately to support those impacted.  
If you are interested in applying for these temporary positions, please follow the links below.  You can also visit www.redcross.org/about-us/careers and search for positions in Beckley, WV and Statewide, WV.  The statewide will be housed in Charleston.    
 
https://americanredcross.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/American_Red_Cross_Careers/job/Statewide-WV/Data-Specialist---WVA-Flooding_RC1925-1
 
https://americanredcross.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/American_Red_Cross_Careers/job/Statewide-WV/Case-Worker---WV-Flood_RC1938
 
https://americanredcross.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/American_Red_Cross_Careers/job/Beckley-WV/Case-Worker---WV-Flood_RC1933
(8/26/16)


NASW Montana Seeks Executive Director
The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is seeking a part-time (30 hrs.) Executive Director for its Montana Chapter. The chapter is located in Helena, Montana and has a statewide membership of over 500 social workers and social work students.
The successful candidate will possess:
•    a broad knowledge of the principles of association management
•    ability and willingness to handle all aspects of the chapter’s day-to-day operations
•    experience in public policy advocacy
•    a knowledge of and ability to articulate social work values
•    ability to support and lead volunteers
•    strong communication and leadership skills
•    a working understanding of social media 
•    event planning and facilitation skills 
•    a commitment to excellence in member services
•    the willingness and ability to travel throughout the state
Salary range is $35k to $45k, plus an excellent benefits package.  A relevant undergraduate degree plus at least 3 years of experience in association or other human service management is required. A graduate degree preferred, with a strong preference for a social work degree.  NASW is an equal opportunity employer. Please submit your letter of interest, resume, and three references by closing date of September 16 to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
(8/26/16)


CITY OF WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA
SOCIAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT
FAMILY SERVICES SPECIALIST 
The City of Winchester is seeking a full time Family Services Specialist for program areas such as, Adult/Adult Protective Services, Child Protective Services, Foster Care/Adoption, Child Care, and Employment Services.  Responsibilities include Interprets laws, policies and regulations as applied to specific area of responsibility; Monitors, coordinates, and administers programs as assigned; Conduct off-site visits in clients’ homes, schools, service provider sites and other locations.  Overnight travel required periodically; Interviews and assesses strengths, needs and other relevant factors; Provides crisis intervention services; Facilitates or participates in Family Team meetings; Conducts home studies; Provides reliable, comprehensive court testimony; Provides after hours on-call coverage and responds to emergencies in child/adult protective services and/or foster care; Works assigned shift(s) to set up and staff emergency shelters should Winchester declare a state of emergency. Minimum of a Bachelor's degree in a Human Services field or minimum of a Bachelor's degree in any field and minimum of two years of appropriate and related experience in a Human Services area (Section 22VAC40-670-20 of the Administrative Code of Virginia). Possession of a BSW or MSW degree and a Commonwealth of Virginia Social Work license are desirable.  Position level to be determined based upon human service and leadership experience. Salary - $42,286.40 - $73,663.20   Information contained in this posting is representative only.  For a listing of all formal job duties, responsibilities, and requirements, please refer to the official job description for this position posted online at www.winchesterva.gov.  We are an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer.
(8-24-16)


The WellTree, llc is seeking applicants for the position of Family Education Specialist in the following counties: Marion, Monongalia, Barbour, Taylor and Preston counties. Education requirement is a degree in social work or a Human Service degree in the following: Sociology • Psychology • Counseling • Interpersonal Communication • Human Services • Primary or Secondary Education • Criminal Justice • Board of Regents with an emphasis in Human Service • Gerontology • Family and Consumer Science. Social work license is preferred not required. Must have valid WV driver’s license and clear CIB/FBI and CPS/APS background checks. Position provides in-home services to at-risk children and families. Above average pay offered to successful candidates. Email letter of interest and resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
(8-24-16)


Catholic Charities West Virginia
•       Job Name
-     Central Region Director 
•       Description
-     The Central Region Director oversees emergency assistance, food pantry, and case management programs and staff.  The position includes a broad range of program development, administration, budgeting, grant writing, fundraising, and event planning, and requires a high degree of initiative, collaboration, self-direction, and organization.  The position also requires someone who is a team player, excellent communicator, and one who believes strongly in promoting a positive working environment for staff and a respectful environment for clients.
•       Job Type
-     Full Time
•       Location
-      The position is located in Morgantown, West Virginia, and is responsible for all Catholic Charities WV services in a seven county region.  The regional office is located in Morgantown, with outreach offices in Kingwood and Grafton.  
•       Quali
-      Bachelor’s Degree in social service or related field required, Master’s Degree preferred.  
-     Preference given to those with 2 years experience in social service administration, specifically supervising staff.  
•       How to Apply
-     Please submit a cover letter and resume to Shawn Haines, via email, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..   
(9-24-16)


The WV Healthy Start Navigator Project is expanding and will be hiring two new Navigators through the WVU Research Corporation to cover the northern and eastern panhandles.  
Click here (or copy and paste to your browser) to view our jobs board: https://rew31.ultipro.com/WES1016/JobBoard/ListJobs.aspx
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Penny Womeldorff
Project Director
WV Healthy Start/HAPI Project
WV Healthy Start Navigator Project
West Virginia University School of Medicine
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Morgantown, WV
(304) 293-1560
(8-24-16)


FamilyCare Health Centers is hiring a licensed therapist (LICSW or LPC) who also maintains an advanced addictions license (AADC) in the state of West Virginia to provide individual and group therapy for our medication-assisted treatment program at our Barboursville location. Therapist will be responsible for conducting assessments, working with an multi-disciplinary treatment team, developing and implementing solution-focused treatment plans and delivering evidence-based substance abuse and mental health treatment an in integrated primary care setting. Full-time, competitive salary and benefits. EOE. Please send resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(8-24-16)


Social Worker - Social Services
Thomas Memorial Hospital · TMH Social Services South Charleston, WV
Professional Full Time, Days
GENERAL PURPOSE OF JOB:
The purpose of this position is to assist patients/families with personal and environmental difficulties, which are aggravated by an illness. The main responsibility of this employee is to help patients/families through individual or group sessions, to deal effectively with emotional, social or financial problems that often accompany an illness.  The incumbent is responsible for making an accurate assessment of the patient’s situation so that long and short-range goals may be identified with input from the patient/family.  This individual will also be responsible for participating with performance improvement processes and data collection and forwarding monthly statistics to secretary for completion of report.  This employee will also be required to carry a pager and provide coverage after hours and on weekends on a rotating basis.
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Licensure:  Individual must be licensed to practice Social Work in the State of West Virginia. 
Education and/or Experience:   BSW required.   Preference will be given to individuals with prior hospital experience. 
Please apply at www.thomaswv.org
(8-23-16)


The University of South Dakota has recently posted a position for an Instructor/Lecturer. It is available at:  https://yourfuture.sdbor.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1471876182968 
Peter A. Kindle, PhD, CPA, LMSW
Associate Professor, Dept of Social Work
The University of South Dakota
414 East Clark Street, Julian Hall 260
Vermillion, SD 57069
605-677-5585 (office)
605-677-7213 (fax)
605-202-0683 (mobile)
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(8-22-16)


WV Home Health LLC
Medical Social Worker--PRN position to provide social work visits to clients in their homes in Berkeley and Jefferson Counties.  Candidates must possess active WV license, be Master's prepared, and able to pass criminal background check.
Please contact Michelle Stanley at 304-260-0147 and email your resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(8-19-16)


Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
Job Opening
Posting Number     7563
Date Posted     August 16, 2016
Job Title     School-Based Therapist
Program/Department     Stonewall Jackson Middle School/Midway Elementary
Facility Address     Charleston Area
    Type of position:
1 Full-time
    Hours  37.5/week
1 Exempt

Benefits :   Full Benefits
Schedule: Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:30pm        
General Description: 
This position will provide school based mental health services including screening and assessment, crisis intervention, information and referral, advocacy, case management, individual, group and family psychotherapy.  Some flexibility of schedule may be necessary to accommodate students and families most likely in the form of one late evening.
Job Requirements: MA in Counseling, Social Work, or Psychology; If on license track must present at time of hire temporary license, provisional license, or gold card. Licensed Therapist must hold a WV license and present at time of hire (LPC, LGSW, LICSW, Licensed psychologist).  Valid driver’s license. Experience working with children and adolescents preferred.  Experience working in school setting preferred.  
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
www.prestera.org/careers.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1020 x1019
fax: 304-525-7893
(8-18-16)


Pollen8, Inc. is a nonprofit Administrative Service Organization that provides socially necessary services to families in threat of losing custody of their children because of abuse and neglect as a direct result of substance abuse.  The organization is seeking a LICENSED social worker with 3 years of experience with direct care to families for a part-time position that could be worked in conjunction with a current full-time position.  The qualified candidate would review case files for billing approval on a weekly basis.  Compensation will be based on experience.
Please contact Cheryl Laws at 304-389-0803 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if interested.
(8-19-16)
Looking for an LICSW, LCSW or LPC to provide individual therapy and groups in an innovative and forward moving opiate addiction treatment program.  
Please contact: 
Doctors Specialty Care
27 Trovato St., Ste., 103
Bridgeport, WV 26330
304-623-6300
(8-19-15)


First Choice Services, Inc. is seeking Peer Support Specialists to serve the Behavioral Health Referral and Outreach Call Center. Positions are available statewide. The support specialists will provide referrals to those experiencing issues with mental health or substance use. Must be willing to work evenings, weekends and holidays. 
Qualifications:
•           Must be certified as a Peer Support Specialist or Recovery Coach 
•           Basic computer and data entry skills 
•           Knowledge of the principles of recovery 
•           Exceptional interpersonal skills 
Please submit resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(8-18-16)
Juvenile Victim Offender Mediator Full time, in new program working with juvenile offenders and victims in the Berkeley, Morgan and Jefferson County areas.  BA in human services and two years direct service with youth and families.  Ability to work flexible and non-traditional hours.  Competitive salary and great team orientated work environment.  Apply on line www.nyap.org or fax resume to P Dodd at 304-333-2210 by 08/25/2016 EOE
(8-18-16)


Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
Job Opening
Posting Number     7561
Date Posted     August 16, 2016
Job Title     Case Manager
Program/Department     CHANCE Children’s Services
Facility Address     550 Hawks Ridge
Charleston, WV  25302
Reports to    Alana Cadle
    Type of position:
1 Full-time
    Hours 37.5/week
xx0 Non-Exempt

Benefits :  Full Benefits        
Schedule: Monday- Friday 7:30am-3:00pm                                 
General Description:  This position provides supportive services, including group and individual, as well as case management service for elementary aged students enrolled in the CHANCE Intensive Program.  This population includes children that are emotionally disturbed and have behavioral problems, which interfere with their ability to be maintained in a traditional school environment.  Promote school based services by attending Faculty Senate and SAT meetings.  Attend monthly school based services supervision meetings.  Will be making home visits for individual and family follow-up.  Some flexibility of schedule may be necessary to accommodate students and families.  
Job Requirements:
Position requires BA in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work as well as a valid driver's license and reliable transportation.  Must have good communication and teamwork skills. Experience working with children and adolescents preferred.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
3375 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers.

Phone: 304-525-7851x1019 x1020
Fax: 304-525-7893
(8-18-16)


Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
Job Opening
Posting Number     7562
Date Posted     August 16, 2016
Job Title     Health and Wellness Specialist
Program/Department     Route 60
Facility Address     3375 Route 60 E
Huntington, WV
Reports to    Teresa Stager
    Type of position:
1 Full-time
    Hours 40 week
1 Non-Exempt

Benefits : Full Benefits        
Schedule: Monday-Friday 8:00a-5:00p         
General Description: Health and Wellness specialist performs a wide range of tasks in emergency, outpatient or inpatient settings that are designed to assist consumers in recovery and living in the community by assisting peers in choosing, obtaining and keeping wellness minded and health lifestyle. May be asked to perform minor administrative and business detail.
Job Requirements:  BA in healthcare or social services field preferred. Experience preferred. Driver’s license and access to reliable transportation are required.
Internal applicants may apply by submitting a Promotion/Transfer Request to the contact information listed below.
External applicants may apply by submitting a Prestera Center application to the contact information listed below.
Human Resources Department 
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services Inc.
5600 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
www.prestera.org/careers  
Phone: 304-525-7851 x1019 or x1020 
Fax: 304-525-7893
(8-18-16)


Housing Stabilization Case Manager
The West Virginia Coalition to End Homelessness, located in Bridgeport, WV is seeking highly qualified applicants for one available position providing Housing Stabilization Case Management services to clients experiencing homelessness in North Central West Virginia. The Housing Stabilization Case Manager will work in collaboration with the existing WVCEH Street Outreach Worker in the North Central area of WV to assist in locating and securing affordable housing and provide on-going case management services, which may include budgeting, life skills, transportation, referrals, crisis intervention services and advocacy for clients. In addition to the unique challenges and extraordinary rewards of our work, Coalition staff currently enjoy a rich benefits package, including: Paid Time Off, Holidays, retirement and health insurance options.
Primary Responsibilities:
The Housing Stabilization Case Manager will work with the Outreach Worker to actively seek out, identify and build rapport with homeless individuals and families living on the street or in places not meant for habitation. 
Housing Stabilization Case Manager will be part of each community’s local housing prioritization team, or work diligently to aid in the development of prioritization for housing within the community.
Housing Stabilization Case Manager will assist clients in breaking the cycle of homelessness by moving them from the street to appropriate housing and accessing necessary social services resources using a housing first philosophy.
Housing Stabilization Case Manager will work to identify local landlords to secure housing units, negotiable rates and process rental assistance paperwork for payment.
Housing Stabilization Case Manager will provide individualized client support, using evidence based case management tools, throughout the entire journey by helping each client develop a plan to address their barriers, increase their income, and maintain and sustain permanent housing.
Each Housing Stabilization Case Manager will maintain a caseload of no more than 15-20 households at any given time. 80-90% of the employee's time will be spent in clients' homes and out in the community providing services and support.
Qualifications Summary:
Successful candidate will be a highly motivated self-starter with at least 2 years of demonstrated experience working with individuals experiencing homelessness, especially those who have active addictions, and untreated mental health conditions.
Ideally, candidates will have prior experience providing street outreach.
Must have good problem solving skills, communication and conflict resolution skills, and be proficient with computers.
Prior experience using the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) is a plus but not required.
Professional, mature demeanor with the ability to work independently is required.
The successful candidate will have reliable transportation and must be willing to travel regularly throughout the designated region and to State office in Bridgeport, WV.
Selected candidate will hold a Bachelors Degree in relative field and be willing to start immediately upon hire.
Applicant Instructions:
Salary commensurate on experience and qualifications. Qualified applicants should submit a resume and cover letter via email to employment at wvceh.com by 5:00 pm September 2, 2016.
(8-17-16)


Job Title: Social Worker/ Case Manager    Department: Social Services
Direct Supervisor: Executive Director
Status:     ? Full-time
Shift:  ? Days 
Requirements: The Social Worker is responsible for managing and assuming authority, responsibility and accountability for Center Social Services program and collaborating with the center Interdisciplinary team to ensure admissions, discharges and social needs are assessed and planned.  Medically related Social Services will be offered in a manner that meets state and federal guidelines and laws, as well as center policies and procedures and standards of practice.
Primary Responsibilities:
•    Conduct assessment and gather information that promotes development and implementation of a Social program that meets needs of short-term and long-term patients and residents.
•    Work in collaboration with Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) to develop, implement, evaluate plan of care.
•    Complete assessments, including MDS, Social Service Assessment and other documentation required by regulations, Policies and Procedures, and/or standards of practice
•    Works with IDT to identify opportunities to improve care and services, including participation in Care Plans, QAPI, and other committees as assigned
•    Develops processes and procedures to ensure residents/patients are informed of their rights, services and community resources
•    Provides training and materials to promote continuity of processes involving social support, abuse/neglect reporting and investigations, maintaining resident rights and promoting dignity
Contact Person:  Lakisha Elder    Phone Number/Extension:  304-285-2720
Date Posted: 08/17/2016    Posted By: Lakisha Elder    Expiration Date: 
Stonerise Healthcare is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Employer
(8-17-16)


Harmony Health Services is Hiring!
Harmony is looking for dedicated Licensed Psychologists, Clinical Social Workers, and Licensed Professional Counselors interested in providing services in Kanawha, Logan, Wood, Jackson, and Calhoun Counties. 
Interested parties please contact Clinical Director Amy Taylor, MA at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(681) 265-9126
(8-17-16)


Social Work position - Children’s Home Society is seeking applicants for a Safe At Home Facilitator position for the eastern panhandle area. This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in a human service field and two years of post-graduate experience working with youth and families.  This person must also demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills, be committed to working with older youth and their families, and be able to collaborate with consumers and professionals.  Schedule must be flexible to meet the needs of the family.  Excellent benefit package includes health insurance, paid time off and sick leave.  EOE
If interested, please mail cover letter and resume to: 
Deb Barthlow
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(8-16-16)


Survey Specialist (CED 16-0109)
The West Virginia University Research Corporation (WVURC) seeks to hire a Survey Specialist for the Center for Excellence in Disabilities at West Virginia University. This position will be based out of Fairmont, WV. The purpose of this position is to develop and maintain connections with current and former foster youth in order to perform administration of the National Youth in Transition Database (NYTD) Survey to foster and former foster care youth ages 17-21. 
     An associate’s degree or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school and 3 - 5 years of administrative-related experience, and social services experience or training are required. A combination of education and experience will be considered. Experience working with older adolescents/young adults in either a volunteer or professional capacity and knowledge of community social services and resources available in West Virginia are preferred. 
      Competitive salary and benefits offered. For a complete job description and to apply for this position, please visit http://hr.research.wvu.edu and click on the “View Jobs” link. AA/EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability/E-verify compliant employer
(8-16-16)


AmeriCorps Worker, Catholic Charities Neighborhood Center 
Description: Catholic Charities West Virginia is seeking a motivated AmeriCorps Worker to join the Neighborhood Center team. At the Center, the AmeriCorps worker will assist the Kitchen Manager to ensure the cleanliness and operations of the kitchen, food pantry, and dining area.  He or she will oversee the Center’s food pantry distribution that takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays, sort and document donations, stock food pantry shelves, and assist in the preparation and serving of Center meals. The AmeriCorps Worker will also be responsible for maintaining the kitchen and dining room area in a sanitary and efficient manner, and this may include: washing dishes, mopping floors, and cleaning the walk-in refrigerator and other areas.  Must be able to work with persons of varied social, economic, and ethnic backgrounds.
Job Type: Full Time
Location: Wheeling, WV
Qualifications: Qualified individuals will have a high school diploma or equivalent, an ability to work well with others, and motivation to participate in the mission of Catholic Charities WV. Prior kitchen experience is preferred, but not necessary. 
How to apply: Please send a resume and cover letter to Andrea Staron, Northern Regional Director, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
(8-16-16)


Looking for an LICSW, LCSW or LPC to provide individual therapy and groups in an innovative and forward moving opiate addiction treatment program. Great work environment.  
Please contact: 
Doctors Specialty Care
27 Trovato St., Ste., 103
Bridgeport, WV 26330
304-623-6300
email letters of interest or resume to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(8-16-16)


The West Virginia United Methodist Disaster Response Ministries, in collaboration with UMCOR, will employ two case managers to work with clients affected by the WV flood of June 2016.  
     This is a two-year project to assist individuals and families to plan for and achieve recovery. The Case Manager is the primary point of contact in identifying and coordinating ecumenical, secular, public, and private resources and services to address comprehensive disaster recovery needs of the client. WV UM Disaster Response Ministries is in partnership with WV VOAD (Volunteer Organizations Assisting in Disaster.)  
     For the job description which includes a fuller description of the scope and role of the case manager as well as qualifications and expectations, see posting here or contact Disaster Recovery Director Jack Lipphardt at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Send resume and cover letter via e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to be received by noon, Monday, August 22, 2016. 
(8-15-16)


WVU CED is currently seeking qualified and enthusiastic applicants for the position of Traumatic Brain Injury Program Manager to be housed in either the Morgantown or Big Chimney office.  Please visit the below WVU site for more information and to apply online. 
https://wvu.taleo.net/careersection/staff/jobdetail.ftl?job=03473 
The Center for Excellence in Disabilities at West Virginia University is seeking applications for Program Coordinator.  The primary role of the Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Program Coordinator is to oversee the activities of the TBI Program at the Center for Excellence in Disabilities. Responsible to plan, direct, or coordinate organizational activities, including policy formulation, management of daily operations, and resource stewardship consistent with research objectives. Provides operational leadership; requires creativity, in-depth KSAs and interpretive abilities to effectively resolve complex problems. Supervises and coordinates the activities of others responsible for the supervision and/or performance of various duties in support of business operations (i.e. procurement, human resource, finance, general operation, and office support). Work effort has significant impact on personnel, budget, and operations, producing major organizational, legal, and financial results and/or liability.
(8-9-16)


Children’s Home Society is seeking a  licensed or license eligible Social Worker for a Youth Services Social Worker position.  Competitive salary and excellent benefit package including life and health insurance, paid time off and sick leave.  Must be able to pass criminal and APS/CPS background checks.  Experience working with children and families preferred.  Submit resume to Janet Richmond at Children’s Home Society, 9579 Seneca Trail South, Lewisburg WV  24901 or email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
(8-8-16)


Appalachian Community Health Center is recruiting for a Therapist.  Requires a Masters degree in Social Work or related field, licensure, and working knowledge of therapeutic techniques and interventions.  Work in

 



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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 11, 2012           
VA Announces Aggressive National Recruitment Effort to Hire Mental Health Professionals
WASHINGTON (June 11, 2012)- Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric K. Shinseki recently announced the department would add approximately 1,600 mental health clinicians as well as nearly 300 support staff to its existing workforce to help meet the increased demand for mental health services.  The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) has developed an aggressive national recruitment program to implement the hiring process quickly and efficiently.
“The mental health and well-being of our brave men and women who have served the Nation is the highest priority for this department,” said Secretary Shinseki.  “We must ensure that all Veterans seeking mental health care have access to timely, responsive and high-quality care.” 
VA has developed an aggressive national mental health hiring initiative to improve recruitment and hiring, marketing, education and training programs, and retention efforts for mental health professionals, to include targeted recruitment in rural and highly-rural markets. This will help VA to meet existing and future demands of mental health care services in an integrated collaborative team environment and continue to position VA as an exemplary workplace for mental health care professionals. 
It is critical for VA to proactively engage psychiatrists and other mental health care providers about the vital mission to deliver high-quality mental health services, especially for returning combat Veterans.
“The VA mental health community is aggressively transforming the way mental health care services are provided to the Veteran population. As the mental health care workforce continues to increase, VA is committed to improving Veterans’ access to services, especially for at-risk Veterans,” said VA’s Under Secretary for Health Dr. Robert Petzel.  
The national recruitment program provides VHA with an in-house team of highly skilled professional recruiters employing private sector best practices to fill the agency’s most mission critical clinical and executive positions.  The recruitment team consists of 21 national, dedicated health care recruiters targeting physician and specialty health care occupations. These recruiters also understand the needs of Veterans because each member is a Veteran.  
VHA has also established a hiring and tracking task force to provide oversight for this initiative to move the process forward expeditiously in a focused manner to ensure challenges, issues, or concerns are addressed and resolved.  This task force is accountable for reporting progress in hiring of mental health professionals in these occupations: psychiatrists, psychologists, mental health nurses, social workers, mental health technicians, marriage and family therapists and licensed professional counselors. 
VHA anticipates the majority of hires will be selected within approximately six months and the most “hard-to-fill” positions filled by the end of the second quarter of FY 2013. VA has an existing workforce of 20,590 mental health staff that includes nurses, psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers. 
Interested mental health care providers can find additional information about VA careers and apply for jobs online at www.vacareers.va.gov.  To locate the nearest VA facility or Vet Center for enrollment and to get scheduled for care, Veterans can visit VA’s website at www.va.gov.  Immediate help is available atwww.VeteransCrisisLine.net or by calling the Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 (push 1) or texting 838255.

 


 


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