Current Job Openings

 

Job Title

 
Mental Health Therapist  

The Mental Health Therapist is responsible for providing a full range of therapeutic services to adults, children, adolescents, and families in an outpatient mental health setting. These services include mental health assessments, diagnosis, treatment plan development, case management, and services through either individual, conjoint, family or group therapy. Responsible for providing the agency standard for direct service hours and responsible for providing community educational program on various mental and/or behavioral health issues. Additional responsibilities include close consultation with Recovery Support staff members, IPS staff, and community agencies.

 
Prevention Specialist  
The Prevention Specialist will be responsible to assist in the implementation of substance abuse prevention programs and activities in Clark and Edgar Counties. Activities include facilitating evidence based prevention curricula, assisting with communication campaigns and other prevention related activities in school and community settings. The Prevention Specialist will also participate in ongoing agency meetings and required trainings. Maintaining best practices in prevention and following the core values and work plan guidelines as prescribed by the Department of Human Services will be expected.  
   
Employment Specialist (E.S.)  
The Employment Specialist shall assist individuals in obtaining and maintaining competitive employment consistent with vocational goals and recovery. The Employment Specialist shall develop community-based employment opportunities based on individual needs and preferences, using a person-centered approach to teach job readiness skills, and providing ongoing on-the-job support. The Employment Specialist shall utilize 65% of weekly hours (allocated to this position) worked to provide direct support to consumers and carry a caseload as assigned, in accordance with fidelity standards. This position reports to the Recovery Supports Supervisor (RS Supervisor), participates in training and weekly team supervision meetings, and other treatment team activities as assigned. This position requires current possession and maintenance or obtainment of the Certified Recovery Support Specialist (CRSS) credential.  

Benefits

The Human Resources Center of Edgar and Clark Counties (HRC) offers a benefits package. Depending on the number of hours worked and tenure, employees may receive the following benefits:

  • Health Insurance, including Rx
  • Life and AD&D Insurance
  • 401k with Employer Match up to 4% of Salary
  • Worker's Compensation
  • Paid Time Off Benefit Plan (Vacation and Sick/Personal)
  • Paid Holidays (up to 10 days annually)
  • Direct Deposit (up to 3 Different Accounts)

Benefits will be applied as stated in HRC’s policies and are subject to change in accordance with HRC’s policies.

 

 

 
 
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