Ad Title: Clinical Manager - MHRB of Portage County Email:HRD@PORTAGECO.COM Website:visit our website... Description: The Mental Health & Recovery Board of Portage County is seeking a full-time Clinical Manager to join its organization that plans, funds, and monitors mental health and addiction prevention, treatment, and recovery support services for the residents of Portage County. Master’s degree in a behavioral health discipline (social work, counseling, psychology, nursing). Must be clinically licensed with at least five years of experience in working with behavioral health clients and family members. Knowledge of a broad array of behavioral health issues and evidence-based practices. Ability to work independently, good communication skills, and ability to work well with others. Knowledge of public administration, government structure and process. Must have own transportation, driver’s license, and insurance. Salary commensurate with experience.
Please complete the County Application Form and send a resume and a cover letter that describes experience you have in the following areas that are a part of the Clinical Manager’s responsibilities:
Oversees all clinical related issues for the Board.
Oversees private hospitalizations and oversees clinical reviews for extended private hospital stays.
Acts as liaison for Board to State Hospital System.
Serves as Client Rights Officer and HIPAA Privacy Officer for the Board.
Responds to all consumer and family requests for linkages to services.
Represents the Board on the monthly Portage County Families and Children First Council (FCFC) Interagency Clinical Assessment Team (ICAT), and coordinates data follow-up with Finance staff.
Acts as Board Crisis Liaison; interfaces with County-wide CIT Officer Coordinator and Data Analyst, attends quarterly crisis roundtable meeting with UH Portage, Coleman Access, and local police departments, and troubleshoots problem crisis cases.
Monitors involuntary commitments to State Hospital.
Consults with contract agencies on both individual clinical issues and community-wide systemic clinical issues.
Coordinates Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) commitments to the Board with Portage County Probate Court.
Serves on the Quarterly Portage County Child Fatality Review Committee.
Collaborates with the Associate Director and Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Advisory Team and conducts clinical portions of CIT trainings.
Serves on the monthly Suicide Prevention Coalition, monthly Zero Suicide Team, and monthly Portage Substance Abuse Community Coalition.
Prepares correspondence, reports, and policies and procedure recommendations related to clinical issues.
Represents the Board at various state-wide and regional meetings related to clinical work including meetings with State agencies and the Board Association.
Conducts review of agency clinical records when necessary.
Attends organization events for the Board and makes community presentations.
How to Apply:
The county application form is required when applying. Please complete the County application on the Portage County HR website link - https://www.portagecounty-oh.gov/human-resources/pages/job-opportunities
Search will remain open until the position is filled.
Application, resume and cover letter can be faxed, emailed or mailed to:
PORTAGE COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES
449 S. MERIDIAN STREET, 7th FLOOR
RAVENNA, OHIO 44266
PORTAGE COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER (EOE)
Ad Title: Director – Children’s Division - NAMI Ohio Contact: Luke Russell City: Columbus State: OH Email:Luke@namiohio.org Website:visit our website... Description: The Director for the Children’s Division at NAMI Ohio is responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the three programs that constitute the division. These programs are: Family Peer Support Training, Parent Advocacy Connection (PAC) and YouthMove. Each program has one staff member who serves as the program lead. The Children’s Director serves as the direct supervisor for those staff.
The Director is responsible for reporting to funders as well as the NAMI Ohio Executive Director. In addition to supervision, this position helps manage the budget and reporting for all programs. This position also serves as the primary liaison between NAMI Ohio and the OMHAS Children’s Division Director, and also serves as a representative from NAMI Ohio in the external professional children’s mental health community. Lastly, the Director will work with the Staff and Board to develop and implement an advocacy plan that promotes access to and quality programs throughout the State of Ohio.
Skills: The Children’s Division Director should have a solid working knowledge of the child serving system of care (mental health, substance abuse, developmental disabilities, juvenile justice, family and children’s first councils, etc.). Knowledge regarding children’s mental health is essential. The ability to be task oriented, flexible, have excellent time management, communication and stress management skills are critical as well as those tied to being an effective team leader. A thorough knowledge of applicable state rules and regulations and stay up-to-date with any legislative changes that can affect the operation of the program. Collaboration across other NAMI departments as well as with affiliates to further the reach of children’s programming. Implementation of core NAMI initiatives in partnership with peers. Ability to be a vocal advocate for children and families involved in the mental health system.
Bachelor's degree, and at least 5 years of experience in a related field; master's degree preferred.
Strong collaboration and communication skills, and willingness to consult with internal and external stakeholders.
Demonstrated understanding of knowledge management principles and capacity to deliver management and/or organizational learning activities.
Excellent facilitation, program/activity management, and written and oral communication skills.
Creative problem-solving and ability to work under tight deadlines.
Proven ability to lead project teams and deliver impact, with minimal supervision in a fast-paced and challenging environment.
High level of competency in learning management software/platforms, and Microsoft Office Suite
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Strong organizational skills and can be detail oriented while holding the larger strategy.
Models curiosity, flexibility, integrity and commitment to the NAMI mission, vision and values.
This is a Full time position. Compensation and Benefits package competitive. Send resume and salary requirements to Luke Russell at Luke@namiohio.org.
Ad Title: Director of Programs, Training, and Education - MHRB of Ashland County Website:visit our website... Description: The Mental Health and Recovery Board of Ashland County is seeking a Director of Programs, Training, and Education. The Director of Programs, Training, and Education, under supervision of the Executive Director, is the lead clinician primarily responsible for ensuring that the board contracted programs and services are being delivered consistent with contract expectations. The Director of Programs, Training, and Education takes the lead in assessing the need and implementing community training and education opportunities to strengthen the mission of the MHRB. The Director of Programs, Training, and Education serves in multiple compliance roles (Clients Rights, Civil Rights, and HIPAA).
Lead Clinician (16%)
• Monitors all state hospital admissions and discharge planning.
• Closely monitors all involuntary commitments and forced medication cases.
• Monitor all youth who are in out-of-home placement and who are receiving mental health and/or alcohol/drug services.
• Ensure consumers are in the appropriate level of care.
• Monitor utilization of hospital, withdrawal management and residential services.
• Ensure the development, implementation, and monitoring of the board’s Forensic Monitoring Plan.
• Provides clinical consultation to the board, board staff, agencies, and community at large.
Program Development (21%)
• Coordinates needs assessment activities to ensure resources are directed effectively.
• Provide consultation and technical assistance to agencies regarding services.
• Encourage the development of evidence-based practices.
• Identify & Coordinate training needs of agency staff and others.
• Establish and coordinate steering committees or task force as needed to assist in the development of new programs or services.
• Has primary responsibility for developing the board’s state plans (e.g., Capital Plan and Community Plan)
• Identifies and pursues grants and other funds to support services or activities.
Program Monitoring and Evaluation (35%)
• Develop and implement the Board’s Quality Improvement Plan.
• Coordinate board and agency CQI activities.
• Review agency reports submitted to the Board (e.g., QA, utilization, program reports, fidelity reviews, “Matrix Reports,” etc.)
• Periodically review housing inspections of Appleseed CMHC apartments.
• Monitor wait lists and work with agencies to ensure effective access to services.
• Review all Major Unusual Incidents (MUIs) filed with the board; monitor trends, determine if any further investigation or intervention is appropriate.
• Coordinate regular non-Medicaid reviews of contract partners.
• Remain current regarding new state standards, clinical practices, and developments in the field.
• Conduct focused reviews as needed.
Training and Education (20%)
• Takes the lead in coordinating training, educational and professional development activities, and community education campaigns (e.g., Prescription Drug Abuse campaign) Works with other agencies and staff where appropriate.
• Takes the lead in managing grant-funded projects (grant writing, budgeting, reporting, etc.)
• Assists with the coordination of project collaboratives and community meetings (Older Adults Collaborative, Suicide Prevention Coalition, etc.)
• Coordinate’s communications (sends agendas, takes meeting notes, etc.) for community meetings and collaborative initiatives.
• Responsible for coordinating details of events including promotion, food, location, handouts, day-of setup, and tear down, day-of registration, exhibitor booths, handout packets and program, name tags, etc. Although some details may be handled by other staff, the Director of Programs, Training, and Education follows up to be sure details are taken care of and organized for the day of the event.
• Responsible for board’s “exhibitor booth” at fairs and other community events. (If not staffing booth, coordinating volunteers to staff booth.) Preparing materials to be distributed, displayed.
• Assists other board staff with publishing newsletter, managing website and social media.
• Maintenance of stock of promotional handouts (pens, tablets, etc.) for fairs and other events.
• Maintenance of library of brochures, including MHRB Brochure, educational materials, and other agency brochures. Keep materials in stock and up to date. (Includes coordination of Vial of Life kits.)
Client Rights Officer (5%)
• Ensure that the rights of all consumers are protected
• Ensure that all consumers are treated with dignity and respect
• Identify and investigate all allegations of client neglect or abuse
• Investigate and address grievances filed with the board according to the Board’s Client Rights and Grievance policies and procedures
• Prepare and file reports regarding grievances according to the Board’s Client Rights and Grievance policies and procedures
• Review, monitor and make recommendations regarding board and agency client rights policies and procedures
HIPAA Compliance Officer (1%)
HIPAA Security Officer (1%)
Civil Rights Compliance Officer (1%)
Per Board policy 2.2.15, the Director of Programs, Training, and Education serves as the Civil Rights Compliance Officer of the board.
• Typical working hours are 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
• May require evening hours
• Flex time may be used in accordance with the Personnel Policies
• May require some local (in state) travel
• Travel and related expenses are reimbursed in accordance with the Personnel Policies
• Perform the above duties and any other duties so requested under the general supervision of the Executive Director or designee.
Minimum Qualifications for Employment
• Bachelor’s Degree in counseling, social work, or a related field. Master’s Degree preferred.
• Licensed/Certified in Ohio as any of the following: Social Worker, Professional Counselor, Marriage & Family Therapist, Certified Prevention Consultant. Independent Licensure preferred.
• Five years of work experience in behavioral health care.
• Administrative/management experience preferred.
• Knowledge and experience with multi-system collaborative planning and program implementation.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Must possess a valid driver’s license.
Ad Title: Finance Director - Fairfield County ADAMH Board Contact: Gretchen Kunkel City: Fairfield State: OH Website:visit our website... Description: Fairfield ADAMH seeks an experienced and highly skilled Finance Director to support all areas of the organization, including financial management, contract management, budgeting, auditing, and internal controls. The position will possess superior technical, operational, and leadership skills. The position reports to the Executive Director and directly supervises four staff positions, including the Finance Assistant, Director of Management Information Systems, Property and Construction Manager (to be hired), and part-time Computer Specialist (to be hired). The Finance Director is responsible for a combined $12M annual operating and construction budget.
A detailed job description and list of desired qualifications are available at:
Ad Title: Ohio START Regional Manager - Public Childrens Services Association of Ohio City: Columbus State: OH Website:visit our website... Description: Title: Ohio START Regional Manager
Reports to:Director of Ohio START
Date Posted:March 24th, 2021
PCSAO is a membership-driven association of Ohio’s county Public Children Services Agencies that advocates for sound public policy, promotes program excellence, and builds public value for safe children, stable families, and supportive communities. PCSAO serves as the administrator of Ohio START (Sobriety, Treatment and Reducing Trauma),an evidence-informed children services-led intervention model that helps public children services agencies (PCSAs) bring together caseworkers, behavioral health providers, and family peer mentors into teams dedicated to helping families struggling with co-occurring child maltreatment and substance use disorder. The overall goal of this program is to stabilize families harmed by parental addiction so that both children and their parents can recover and move forward with healthy and safe lives.
Position Summary: PCSAO seeks a second regional manager to assist with the management and implementation of the Ohio START program. In this role, the regional manager will focus on the development and oversight of technical assistance required and provided to the Ohio START grantees in a specified region of the state. The Ohio START Regional Manager will create regional technical assistance, manage personnel providing direct technical assistance to the grantees and work closely with our national START partners to ensure technical assistance meets model fidelity. In addition, the Ohio START Regional Manager will assist the Director of Ohio START with program management and community collaboration.
Qualifications: The ideal candidate will hold a master’s degree, preferably in social work, public administration, or a related field, have at least 3-5 years of direct experience working in the field of child welfare, addiction, or behavioral health, and have at least 2-4 years of management experience. This person will also have a demonstrated track record in program implementation,community engagement and coalition building as well as strong project and time management skills. The ideal candidate should be passionate, forward thinking and support the mission of PCSAO.
Salary: Commensurate with demonstrated, related experience and qualifications. Benefits include health insurance and generous retirement plan. This is a grant funded,full-time position in the PCSAO office located in Columbus. PCSAO is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. More information about PCSAO can be found at: www.pcsao.org.
To Apply: Please submit your resume, cover letter and three professional references through the form located at https://forms.gle/draphzTK2hLS8X2Z7.
Ad Title: Training and Communication Coordinator - The Ohio Council of Behavioral Health & Family Services Providers City: Columbus State: OH Zip: 43215 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: The Ohio Council of Behavioral Health & Family Services Providers is an advocacy and trade association located in Columbus, Ohio representing 160 private organizations that deliver school and community-based prevention, mental health, addiction recovery, and family services to children, families, and adults across Ohio. The Ohio Council offers state and federal policy advocacy, training and technical assistance, and business support to member organizations. We are seeking an excellent candidate to fill a new Training and Communications Coordinator position to complement our existing policy team and support our growing membership.
The Training and Communications Coordinator will be responsible for planning, organizing, and executing trainings and technical assistance events; support the continuing education program; data collection and data entry; collaborating with partner organizations in the Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health Center of Excellence; creating, editing, and distributing weekly, monthly, and quarterly communications materials and other advocacy efforts with the policy team; developing and maintaining the Council’s social media presence; providing technical assistance to member organizations; working collaboratively as part of a team focused on providing exceptional member services to support the mission of our members in providing best practices to clients they serve; and maintaining the credibility and professional reputation of the Ohio Council.
The ideal candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree in social work, public policy, business administration, or a related field and have experience in community behavioral health services, child welfare, education, developmental disabilities, social services, or related healthcare service delivery. State licensure as a behavioral health professional is desired. This individual will also demonstrate strong verbal communication, technical writing, and public speaking skills; proficiency in Microsoft office, database management, and social media platforms; experience in reading and analyzing public policy; and the ability to work with members, other behavioral health and social service providers, community partners, and the state administration.
The Ohio Council offers competitive salary and benefits in a collaborative and flexible work environment. Send resume and cover letter to OC TRAINING & COMMUNICATION COORDINATOR at email@example.com by May 21, 2021.
Ohio Association of County Behavioral Health Authorities
175 South Third Street, Suite 900, Columbus, Ohio 43215 - Phone: 614-224-1111
Cheri L. Walter, Chief Executive Officer