Entry-level PT/FT opportunities

Compassionate Living and Services has immediate, entry-level PT/FT opportunities in Salt Lake and Utah Counties. Our company provides services to individuals with intellectual disabilities and acquired brain injuries in need of extra support in their living situation while living at home. Potential job tasks range from helping individuals find work and pay bills to promoting healthy socialization and interaction with peers by planning and executing activities within the community. The individuals we work with range in age from elementary school students to middle-age adults and experience varying levels of disability.

A successful candidate will be able to pass a background/driving record check, drug screening, and have a strong desire to work with individuals with disabilities.

Starting pay is $11.50 and increases based on experience. For more information or to submit a resume and cover letter, please email: hr@compassionatelivingservices.com

 

Licensed Mental Health Therapist (Price)

Four Corners Community Behavioral Health, Inc.

Licensed Mental Health Therapist (Price)

FCCBH needs a Licensed Mental Health Therapist in Price, UT.  Full-time w/excellent benefits. Provide mental health and substance use disorder counseling for adults and children, lead group therapy, and participate in the on-call rotation.  Receive outstanding training and diverse experience.  Must have or qualify for licensure in Utah – LCSW preferred.  Maintaining confidentiality is essential.  EOE w/ a drug-free workplace.  Drug test, background check, and driver’s license required.  Email Ywilson@fourcorners.ws, visit www.fourcorners.ws or call (435)637-7200 x306 for required application.  Position open until filled.

The Price clinic is an NHSC approved educational loan repayment program site. 

We can consider CSW/LCSW, ACMHC/CMHC, or SUDC licensure for this position.

Paid Interns (Multiple Positions)

I would like to alert you to some wonderful opportunities opening up with Connect2Health starting this fall.  Connect2Health is a unique program that allows students to do meaningful work with under-served patient populations by connecting them with community resources.   

Connect2Health has a number of opportunities, both paid and volunteer, starting this Fall 2017. Applications are now open!  We are recruiting for:   

Intern with University of Utah Health Plans (UUHP)

o   Paid Position: 1year contract, 15-20 hours/week, $14/hour 

o   Located with UUHP in Murray. Work with UUHP members to conduct telephonic Health Risk Assessments and connect members with resources.

o  Apply Here!  Application due July 31. 

Pediatric Neurology- Intern

o   Paid Position: 6 month contract, 10-20 hours/week, $3750 + 50% off for graduate students 

o   Graduate student preferred, undergraduates may still apply

o   Located in Primary Children’s Outpatient Services.  Help oversee patient, clinical, and administrative tasks of Pediatric Neurology Team. 

o   Apply Here!  Application due July 31. 

AmeriCorps Member

o   $1,230 Education Award given after 300 hours of service- 6 hour/week 

o   Can serve at 4th Street, University Hospital or Pediatric Neurology 

o   Learn more here…

o   Indicate your interest in becoming an AmeriCorps member on the Volunteer Health Mentor Application here. Application due August 28. 

General Volunteer

o   General volunteers are required to serve 2 semesters, 3-4hours/week, and attend a meeting every other week 

o   We are recruiting for volunteers for 3 teams 

  • Fourth Street Clinic – working with patients who are homeless
  • Internal Medicine- University Hospital- working with adult patients
  • Pediatric Neurology- Primary Children’s- working with pediatric patients and parents

o   Apply here!  Application due August 28. 

 

Please feel free to contact me with any questions! We look forward to reading applications! 

 

Kevin Yang 

Recruitment Chair

Connect2Health

C2HRecruitment@gmail.com

connect2health.org

Position

Peace House is a charitable organization dedicated to ending family violence and abuse, including sexual assault and abuse, in the community through education, outreach, support services and shelter.  To fulfill our mission, Peace House offers specific services to all of our clients, including Case Management, Therapy, Advocacy and Crisis Intervention. Peace House is located in Park City, UT. Peace House is an equal opportunity employer.

Classification: Part Time $15/ hour                             

Reports to: Prevention & Awareness Coordinator

JOB DESCRIPTION

Peace House operates Prevention & Awareness Programming that works to inform the community about domestic and sexual violence and Peace House services and to create a community network that can benefit and support clients. Peace House also provides prevention education programming in grades K-12 in schools in Summit and Wasatch Counties to inform students about abuse and its opposites (i.e., healthy relationships).

Essential Functions

(Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)

  • Community/ School Presentations
  • Develop, schedule, and facilitate appropriate presentations of the curriculum to local schools, parents, school personnel, social service agencies, civic groups, coalitions, hair salons, faith groups, non-profit organizations, and local businesses.
  • Coordinate curricula with Prevent Child Abuse Utah and other collaborating agencies.
  • Team Player
  • Attend bi-monthly team meetings and monthly staff meetings.
  • Attend professional training as requested by supervisor.
  • Responsible for all schools assigned by supervisor completion.
  • Communicate clearly and professionally with staff, volunteers, and constituents.
  • Work with other specialists within the Prevention Education Program to fill-in.
  • Reporting Data
  • Provide monthly reports and evaluations to the Prevention & Awareness Coordinator.
  • Assist with data reporting for grants and partnerships purposes.
  • Building Relationships
  • Build relationships with School Boards, administrators and teachers in Summit and Wasatch counties to present the Prevent Child Abuse Utah (PCAU) and Safe Dates curricula.
  • Attend and represent Peace House, Inc. at community meetings.
  • Events
  • Assist with planning and implementation of community awareness events.

Competencies

  1. Action Oriented
  2. Organizational Agility
  3. Presentation Skills
  4. Composure skilled
  5. Written Communications

Work Environment:

This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines.

Physical Demands

Position Type/Part-time 20 Hours/ Week

Required Education and Experience

  1. Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree is required in order to be a Prevent Child Abuse Utah educator.
  2. Experience working in social services.
  3. Domestic & sexual violence knowledge.
  4. Current First Aid and CPR.
  5. Ability to obtain PCAU training with 60 days
  6. Ability to obtain 40 hours of CORE DV and Sexual Assault Training within 12 months.

Work Authorization/Security Clearance

Must be able to pass background check

Other Duties

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

Refugee Foster Care Case Manager

Location: Catholic Community Services of Utah, 745 E 300 S SLC UT 84102
Status: Non-exempt, Full-time, with benefits
Salary: $14.50-15.50 hr DOE

Catholic Community Services of Utah provides help and creates hope for thousands of people of all beliefs who are most in need in our community through Refugee Resettlement, Homeless Services and CCS of Northern Utah programs.

CCS offers an outstanding benefits package including group health insurance, dental, 401a and 403b retirement plans and a generous PTO/holiday schedule.

Job Description:
Assume primary responsibility for ensuring the service delivery system is responsive to all the needs of each refugee youth during the service period. Provision of case management services as outlined in the USCCB/MRS cooperative agreement, Reception and Placement regulations, state and federal regulations and in compliance with policies and procedures of Catholic Community Services Refugee Resettlement Program. All services provided in a manner that will facilitate self-sufficiency within the service period.

Responsibilities include:
1. Collaborate and cooperate with government, non-government, profit and non-profit agencies to ensure services for the refugee youths.
2. Documents what happens to refugees and to case coordination, agency interaction and interagency coordination efforts. Maintain case files in compliance with all state and federal regulations.
3. Complete monthly in-home visits with every foster youth assigned. Seek reports from foster parents on a monthly basis, therapists on a bi-monthly basis, and schools a minimum of once per semester.
4. Be available for some evening and weekend work, including being on call on for emergencies on a rotating schedule.
5. Assess youth’s progress in independent living skills, academic development, and adjustment to culture and set up any necessary supports.
6. Other duties as may be assigned.

Work Environment – inside/outside, office, warehouse, noise, temperature, etc.
1. Work will be performed primarily inside but will occur in youths’ homes, places of employment, educational institutes, and other locations as needed. Driving is required for this position.

Physical Demands including bending, sitting, lifting and driving
1. Work requires the ability to sit and stand for long periods, to walk moderate distances, to drive, and occasionally to assist youth with physical activities such as carrying groceries or household supplies.

Skills, knowledge and abilities:
1. Works independently. Demonstrates both problem solving and problem prevention.
2. Displays sensitivity to the needs of the youths, foster families, CCS staff, volunteers and other
persons with whom the employee may interact.
3. Proficiency in English oral and written communication.
4. Proficiency in computer skills that are required for the position.
5. Availability of an automobile with clean driving record, proof of current driver’s license, auto
insurance, and 21 years of age or older.

Education, training and or experience:
1. Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or a related field from an accredited institution.
2. Familiar with and supportive of the mission of Catholic Community Services of Utah and the vision of
the Catholic Church articulated by the diocesan bishop.
3. Experience with multi-cultural and refugee community.

Background Screen/BCI requirement
1. Ability to pass a BCI/FBI background check.

Licenses, certifications and credentials
1. SSW or CSW preferred.

Position status and expected schedule
1. The general schedule will consist of 40 hours worked Monday through Fridays between the hours of
8:30 AM and 8:00 PM.

DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: This job description lists typical examples of work and is not intended
to include every job duty and responsibility specific to a position. The employer reserves the right to
change or assign other duties to this position.
CCS is an equal opportunity employer.

To apply: Please go the company website: ccsutah.org and apply under the employment tab.
Position closes: Open until filled
Requisition #: 17.7.1

Child Welfare Services Social Worker

POSITION VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT (Revised 08/31/2016)

   POSITION:  Child Welfare Services Social Worker

   DEPARTMENT:  Jicarilla Behavioral Health Department

   SALARY:  JS-8A  $39,291.00  – JS-10A  $46,922.00 

POSITION SUMMARY:

Perform social work case practice and direct social work services for children and individuals.  Coordinate services both on and off reservation.  Participate as a member of a family focused, community based treatment team.  Services will be provided in an office as well as in the community

SUPERVISION EXERCISED: No Supervisory responsibility.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Social Services Program Manager and Clinical Director.

WORK HOURS: This is a full Time-40 Hours per week. Work hours will be flexible to allow for services delivery that is sensitive to client needs.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Review client case records to ensure compliance with State and Federal standards.
  • Conducts in-home assessments and crisis interventions.
  • Completes bio-psycho-social assessment, risk assessments, service/treatment plans, client progress reports, placement agreements, discharge plans, permanency plan and reunification plans.
  • Execute goals and objectives of the client service /treatment plan.
  • Provides transportation for clients as needed.
  • Testifies as an expert witness in State, Federal, and Nation’s Courts.
  • Investigates all allegations of child abuse; maintains a current Child Protective Service (CPS) database on allegation of abuse/neglect and the status of investigation.
  • Prepares home studies, assessments, re-assessments, legal documents, reports, correspondences, etc., as ordered by the Nation’s Court and submits information to appropriate entities in a timely fashion.
  • Recommends interventions, placements, and services to judges, lawyers, law enforcement officials, and service providers as required.
  • Provides consultation and training to staff, clients and the community.
  • Adheres to requirements of the Privacy Act and HIPAA regulations in regard to confidentiality of client and program information.
  • Prepare and submit a monthly report of Child Protective Service activity to the Social Services Program Manager and Clinical Director.
  • Works with Jicarilla Behavioral Health Department managers and staff to plan and implement outpatient client treatment plans and performs special projects as required.
  • Maintains harmonious, courteous, and understanding relationships while fostering a collaborative teamwork environment.
  • Presents a friendly, courteous image for the Nation, to the general public, clients, and public officials
  • Performs other duties and responsibilities.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: (Knowledge, Skills & Abilities)

  • Knowledge of the Jicarilla Apache Nation’s language, culture, traditions, and history.
  • Awareness and culture sensitivity in working with Native American communities.
  • Knowledge of social work principles and practices in the area of protective services.
  • Knowledge of intervention methods in crisis management, risk management, safety planning, treatment modalities, etc.
  • Knowledge of mental health, substance abuse and DSM-V.
  • Ability to conduct risk and safety assessments in complex cases, assess bio-psychosocial functioning.
  • Ability to develop and maintain professional relationships with individuals of the community, clients of Jicarilla Behavioral Health Department and to provide consultation to staff and community.
  • Ability to read and analyze technical reports and make oral and written presentations to interested parties.
  • Ability to advocate, organize, problem-solve and provide results for clients.
  • Ability to have effective oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to record information concisely and accurately.
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a treatment team.
  • Skill in the use of personal computers and related software.
  • Will be subject to random drug testing.
  • Must have a criminal record and background check with ninety (90) days of hire. Failure to successfully pass a background check may be grounds for immediate termination

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  1. High school diploma or GED. (Attach copy)
  2. Masters of Social Work (MSW) or related field or Baccalaureate Social Workers degree (BSW)

     Preferred (Attach Copy)

  1. Five (5) or more years of work experience preferred.

LICENSES & CERTIFICATES:

  1. Valid state driver’s license. (Attach copy)
  2. Must be able to obtain clearance from the Nation’s Risk Management Office to drive Nation Vehicles.
  1. Current Licensed Maters Level Social Worker (LMSW or LCSW) or Baccalaureate Social Workers (LBSW) from the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department Board of Social Work   Examiners Preferred (Attach Copy), or be able to obtain License within 12 months of hire date.
  1. Experience may be substituted for education listed above, Masters or Bachelors in Psychology or related fields will be considered in lieu of MSW/BSW.

JICARILLA PREFERENCE POLICY:

Preference in filling vacancies is given to qualified Jicarilla Apache Nation members in accordance with the Jicarilla Preference Law as defined by Article 111 of the revised Constitution of the Jicarilla apache Nation.  Consideration will be given to Non-Nation, Non-Indian applicants in the absence of qualified Jicarilla Apache nation members.

SELECTION PROCESS:

Please submit all applications/resumes to the Human Resources Department located at the Jicarilla Administration Building Room 1097.  All applications must be submitted on or before the closing date.  If you meet the minimum qualifications, you will receive an interview notice in person or through the mail shortly after the closing date.

NOTE:  Failure to attach all required documents (certificates, diplomas, etc.) mentioned in the vacancy announcement will result in application being turned down or not being considered at all.

Dulce, New Mexico is located about 50 miles south of Pagosa Springs, Colorado and 25 miles north of Chama New Mexico. Santa Fe and Albuquerque are 2 ½ hours and 3 hours away respectively. Housing is tough in Dulce but there are places to rent in Pagosa and Chama. We are a small town, no stop lights but we do have shopping center. Lots of hiking, mountain biking, fishing opportunities, and the benefits are competitive with above average starting salaries.

Interested individuals should contact Jeff Versaw at jversaw@jbhd.org

           

Foster Family Consultant

Location: Catholic Community Services of Utah, 745 E 300 S SLC UT 84102
Status: Non-exempt, Full-time, with benefits
Salary: $14.50-15.50 hr DOE

Catholic Community Services of Utah provides help and creates hope for thousands of people of all beliefs who are most in need in our community through Refugee Resettlement, Homeless Services and CCS of Northern Utah programs.

CCS offers an outstanding benefits package including group health insurance, dental, 401a and 403b retirement plans and a generous PTO/holiday schedule.

Job Description:
Train, support, and retain foster care families for the refugee foster care program and make recommendations to the program staff regarding these families.

Responsibilities include:
1. Help coordinate and prepare all pre-service training, screening, and initial education for foster family applicants. Teach pre-service courses as needed.
2. Provide evaluations and recommendations to the refugee foster care program staff regarding appropriateness of families for the program.
3. Assist in developing and coordinating foster family retention and continuing education activities.
4. Make twice-monthly home visits to all assigned foster families to ensure compliance with state and agency licensing standards and offer support to the families and youth.
5. Maintain case files for all assigned foster families.
6. Conduct intakes with all foster youth placed in assigned foster families within 48 hours of placement.
7. Coach assigned foster families in parenting skills and conflict resolution.
8. Assist foster families in obtaining and maintaining state foster care licensing.
9. Other duties as may be assigned.

Work Environment – inside/outside, office, warehouse, noise, temperature, etc.
1. Work will be performed primarily inside but will occur in youths’ homes, places of employment, educational institutes, and other locations as needed in addition to being performed in an office. Driving is required in this position.

Physical Demands including bending, sitting, lifting and driving
1. Work requires the ability to sit and stand for long periods, to walk moderate distances, to drive, and occasionally to assist youth with physical activities such as carrying groceries or household supplies.

Skills, knowledge and abilities:
1. Works independently in a safe, appropriate manner. Demonstrates both problem solving and problem prevention.
2. Demonstrated organizational, training, and parent coaching skills.
3. Consistently performs work assignments in a timely manner. Adheres to deadlines.
4. Proficiency in English oral and written communication.
5. Must maintain confidentiality regarding the youths.
6. Proficiency in computer skills that are required for the position.
7. Availability of an automobile with proof of current driver’s license, auto insurance, and 21 years of age or older.
8. Demonstrates cultural competency and a willingness to work with and learn from persons from different cultures.

Education, training and or experience:
1. Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or a related field from an accredited institution.
2. Experience with multi-cultural and refugee community.
3. Experience working with parents and families in a supportive capacity.
4. Experience working with youth, preferable in a foster care setting.

Background Screen/BCI requirement
1. Ability to pass a BCI/FBI background check.

Licenses, certifications and credentials
1. SSW or CSW preferred.

Position status and expected schedule
1. This position is non-exempt. The general schedule will consist of 40 hours to be worked on Monday through Fridays between the hours of 8:30 AM and 8:00 PM.

DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: This job description lists typical examples of work and is not intended to include every job duty and responsibility specific to a position. The employer reserves the right to change or assign other duties to this position. CCS is an equal opportunity employer.

To apply: Please go the company website: ccsutah.org and apply under the employment tab.
Position closes: Open until filled
Requisition #: 17.6.3

Integrated Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC)

Job Description:

Wasatch Pediatrics is offering Behavioral Health Services to patients and families in our primary care pediatric clinics as part of our mission to provide superior care.  The chosen candidate will be a member of the primary care team and help develop plans for behavioral improvement or other lifestyle changes. The BHC will provide assistance with emotional or behavioral problems, difficulties with family or relationships, grief, stress, depression, anxiety, anger, etc. in an integrated medical and behavioral health setting.  Full and part time positions available.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide direct clinical services as part of an integrated medical and behavioral health team including;
    • Diagnostic assessments
    • Psychotherapy
    • Brief interventions
    • Treatment planning
    • Care coordination
    • Documentation
    • Crisis intervention
  • Consult and collaborate frequently with Primary Care Physicians, medical staff, community partners, and families.

Qualifications:

  • Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Master’s degree in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, or Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
  • Minimum licensure as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), or Clinical Mental Health Counselor (CMHC) in the State of Utah.
  • Efficient assessment skills and evaluation techniques.
  • Expertise in multiple modes of psychotherapy for children, families, and parenting support.
  • General knowledge of psychiatric and psycho-pharmaceutical treatment of behavioral health disorders.
  • Solid behavior assessment, modification, and skill development abilities.
  • Understanding of child developmental stages and age appropriate behavioral health development.
  • Working knowledge of local behavioral health community and resources.
  • Meets all accepted standards of behavioral health ethics and clinical practice.
  • High level of comfort with effective consultation methods and working interactively with a care team.
  • Ability to act independently, respond professionally and calmly in crisis or otherwise, communicate effectively verbally and in writing, and apply general principles to specific conditions.

Go to https://www.wasatchpeds.net/Employment to express interest and apply for the position. 

Connect2Health Volunteers

Please consider these exciting opportunities with Connect2Health. Connect2Health is a student led volunteer group here on campus at the U of U.  Connect2Health volunteers serve in community clinics and hospital units to help connect under-served, low-income and homeless patients to existing community organizations that provide much needed resources including food, clothing, financial assistance and more! 

C2H UUHP Flyer 17 Spring

Connect2Health is a prestigious volunteer opportunity that allows students to interact one-on-one with patients, get experiences in a clinical setting, and network with health professionals. 

We are currently recruiting for: 

  • General Volunteers
    • Serve at 4th Street Clinic or University of Utah Pediatrics 
    • 3-4 hour weekly shift for 2 consecutive semesters 
  • AmeriCorps Members 
    • Serve at 4th Street Clinic or University Hospital 
    • 6 hour weekly shifts for 12 months
    • After 300 hours- $1,221 Education Award Given
  • University of Utah Health Plans Intern
    • Work at UUHP to help conduct telephonic outreach to members who just enrolled in insurance 
    • 15-20 hours/week earn $3,625 a semester 

ALL APPLICATIONS OPEN NOW AT CONNECT2HEALTH.ORG 

APPLICATIONS CLOSE ON APRIL 19 @ MIDNIGHT.  APPLY NOW! 

Adoption Recruitment Specialist

The Adoption Exchange – Utah Office

If you have a heart for children and a vision that ensures a safe, loving and permanent home for each of them, this job is for you! The professional hired for this position will execute intensive, child-focused recruitment activities targeted exclusively on finding forever families for waiting children in the Utah foster care system. This position is responsible for working closely with public and private external partners, as well as internal staff.

Full time with benefits, start date May 2017

Qualifications:

    * Experience in the adoption field preferred;

    * BA, BSW or other human services degree/experience;

    * Demonstrated ability to organize and manage multiple projects and cultivate relationships;

    * Expertise in providing customer service;

    * Computer literacy and efficiency required, as well as excellent verbal and written        communication skills.

    * Bilingual (Spanish) a plus.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please email your resume and the contact information for three professional references immediately by email only to ks@adoptex.org.

The Adoption Exchange is an equal opportunity employer.