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Ad Title: Associate Director of Clinical and Support Services Care Management - MHRB serving Belmont, Harrison, and Monroe Counties
Contact: Jayn Devney
City: St. Clairsville
State: OH
Zip: 43950
Phone (W): 7406959998
Email: jaynd@bhmboard.org
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Description:
Description:
The Mental Health and Recovery Board serving Belmont, Harrison, and Monroe Counties in Ohio is seeking applicants for Associate Director, Clinical and Support Services Care Management. This position works with board staff, providers, and community partners to implement strategies designed to improve the general health and behavioral health of area residents. He/she monitors programs and services to assure that the Board’s contract services meet established needs of community residents, established standards of quality, and funding priorities. Areas of focus shall be appropriateness and efficacy of treatment services, monitoring and evaluating outcomes, care coordination, quality assurance and quality improvement initiatives.

Requirements:
• Master’s degree in social work, counseling, or related area with five years’ experience at least three of which must include program, service, and clinical staff management, quality assurance, utilization review, and reporting on client outcomes. Independent licensure is preferred.
• Promotes a positive by presenting board in respectful and professional manner
• Strong communication skills across all mediums
• Excellent interpersonal skills evident across a wide variety of individuals and audiences
• Ability to make timely, sound, independent, cooperative, ethical and well-considered decisions
• Ability to analyze and interpret data from a variety of sources
• Willingness to complete tasks including follow through, follow up and appropriate communication

Interested individuals should submit a resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to Jayn Devney, Executive Director, at jaynd@bhmboard.org. Resumes will be accepted until position is filled. MHR Board is an EOE employer.




Ad Title: Director of Prevention and Early Intervention Services - Montgomery County ADAMHS Board
City: Dayton
State: OH
Phone (W): 937.225.4018
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Description:
The Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board for Montgomery County is seeking applicants for the following position:

Job Title: Director Prevention and Early Intervention Services
Division: Prevention and Early Intervention Services
Reports To: Executive Director
FLSA Status: Exempt

Summary:

The Director of Prevention and Early Intervention Services reports directly to the Executive Director and provides leadership and expertise in the area of local primary prevention to further the strategic goals of Montgomery County ADAMHS. This individual is also responsible for collaborating with other County boards and agencies on statewide and regional initiatives. The position requires an individual with training and certification and a great vision and understanding of primary prevention, strategic framework and planning, and state and national level program development.

Requirements

• Master’s degree in a Behavioral Health discipline, Public Administration or a closely related Management field with a minimum of five years of progressively responsible Senior Management level experience

• Preference will be given to candidates with behavioral health experience and an active prevention certification through the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board (OCPS/OCPC). Administrative experience in public sector funding is a plus

• Experience must include budgeting, program development/management, and a working knowledge of youth and adult prevention services, sensitivity to vulnerable populations, school-based programming, alcohol and drug addiction services, mental health services, quality/performance improvement activities, and best practice prevention principles

• Grant writing skills/experience preferred; Grants Professional Certification (GPC) preferred. Experience in PC software to include Word and SAMSHA-based applications is required.

Please visit http://agency.governmentjobs.com/montgomery/default.cfm for a complete job description and to apply.


Ad Title: Executive Director - Safe Harbor Peer support Services
Contact: Don Chenoweth
City: Delaware
State: OH
Zip: 43015
Phone (W): 740-363-1619
Email: ed@shpss.org
Website: visit our website...
Description:
Executive Director, Safe Harbor Peer Support Services

Safe Harbor Peer Support Services is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit that operates two weekday recovery centers for adults with a history of mental illness. Safe Harbor is funded by the Delaware-Morrow Mental Health and Recovery Services Board (D-MMHRSB). Safe Harbor's center in Delaware County is Annie's Outreach and its Morrow County center is No Limits Outreach. Safe Harbor's mission is to provide a welcoming, physically and emotionally safe environment where adult persons with mental illness can receive peer support, socialization, education and other opportunities to work on their recovery. Safe Harbor seeks a talented and energetic Executive Director that will expand its programming, increase its consumer/client base, raise its profile in the communities it serves and who will increase philanthropic support for its mission from a variety of funding sources.

Responsibilities include:
 Provide strategic leadership that advances the organization's goals and priorities, these
chiefly being expanding programming and expanding the client base, elevating the organization's profile in its service areas, and increasing fiscal support from a variety of sources.
 Serve as the face of the organization in its service areas by making effective presentations to service organizations, churches, local businesses, relevant non-profit entities and local government. Ensure that the organization's website, newsletters, social media entries and other forms of communication tell the organization's story effectively and well.
 Design and implement fund raising strategies that will create a funding mix of individual donors, businesses and corporations, fraternal organizations, churches, foundations, and government agencies.
 Arrange for and increase the educational, social and recreational programming at the outreach centers in order to create more stimulating activities and draw new consumers to the centers.
 Build and maintain an active networking relationship with related local service providers. Additionally, attend relevant conferences and training offered by such resources as the Ohio Association of County Behavioral Health Authorities and the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.
 Provide supervision for and evaluate the Programs/Activities Manager, Fiscal/Operations Manager, and Recovery Center Coordinators. Use a performance management model that includes performance planning, coaching during the year and a final, formal evaluation.
 Develop and administer the annual budget, ensure its transparency, and meet all fiscal reporting requirements as determined by D-MMHRSB and the annual fiscal audit.
 Prepare reports of agency activity for the Board of Trustees and provide D-MMHRSB with all required reports within the required deadlines.
 Keep agency documents current (e.g. Consumer and Employee Handbooks) as well as any certifications, licensure or other requirements dictated by local and state agencies.
 Adhere to the highest ethical standards in performing job responsibilities.
 Perform other duties as assigned by the Board of Trustees or D-MMHRSB.

Qualifications:
 Have a deep and abiding respect for those we serve.
 B.A. degree in relevant field, e.g., business administration, organizational development, psychology or social work. M.A. or L.S.W. preferred.
 Previous experience in fundraising, public relations or marketing preferred.
 Excellent communication skills across platforms, in person, through digital media and written word.
 Excellent interpersonal skills evident across a diversity of individuals and audiences. Past evidence of cultural competency.
 Ability to work independently and with little supervision.
 Experience with Microsoft Office.
 Availability to work occasional weekday evenings and weekend days.
 Preference will be given to candidates familiar with Delaware County and/or Morrow County and that have an established local network.

How to Apply:
Send letter of interest, resume, three references, and salary requirements to: ed@shpss.org



Ad Title: Fiscal Specialist for MHRB of Portage County
Contact: Portage County Human Resources
City: Ravenna
State: OH
Zip: 44266
Email: HRD@portageco.com
Website: visit our website...
Description:
The Mental Health & Recovery Board of Portage County is seeking a Fiscal Specialist with experience in accounts payable and receivable, payroll and general ledger, complicated account reconciliations, and general ledger/spreadsheet software. An Associates Degree in Accounting and/or relevant job experience required.

Position will remain open until filled. Please visit the website above for more information.


Ad Title: Program/Activities Manager - Safe Harbor Peer Support Services
Contact: Don Chenoweth
City: Delaware
State: OH
Zip: 43015
Phone (H): 7403631619
Phone (W): 740-363-1619
Email: ed@shpss.org
Website: visit our website...
Description:
Program/Activities Manager, Half- time

Safe Harbor Peer Support Services is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit that operates two weekday recovery centers for adults with a history of mental illness. Safe Harbor is funded by the Delaware-Morrow Mental Health and Recovery Services Board. Safe Harbor's center in Delaware County is Annie's Outreach and its Morrow County center is No Limits Outreach. Safe Harbor's mission is to provide a welcoming, physically and emotionally safe environment where adult persons with mental illness can receive peer support, socialization, education and other opportunities to work on their recovery. Safe Harbor seeks a talented and creative Program/ Activities Manager (half-time) who will significantly expand educational, social and recreational opportunities for those we serve.

Responsibilities include:
 Conduct needs assessment relative to appropriate and attractive programs and activities for those we serve.
 Plan, organize and implement attractive programs and activities designed to meet the educational, social and recreational needs of our clients.
 Ensure that programs and activities are appropriate and appealing to a diverse adult population.
 Create opportunities to involve our clients in planning and implementing programs and activities.
 Support recovery center coordinators in their efforts to also design and implement programs and activities.
 In cooperation with recovery center coordinators, create a monthly activities calendar, distribute it and post on relevant social media.
 Effectively mine the resources of our communities to expand offerings.
 Recruit, engage and support volunteers who offer or help with programs and activities.
 Responsible for or the appropriate delegation of all aspects of preparation and execution of programs and activities, including set up and take down.
 Document participation and assess outcomes.

Qualifications:
 Have a deep and abiding respect for those we serve.
 H.S. diploma required; bachelor’s degree in relevant field preferred.
 Previous experience in activity development preferred.
 Computer literacy.
 Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
 Valid Ohio driver license and ability to occasionally drive 8-passenger van.
 Ability to occasionally work weekday evenings and weekend days.

How to Apply:
Send letter of interest, resume, three references, and salary requirements to: ed@shpss.org