Job Description District 19 Community Services Board is offering
a great opportunity for a full time licensed professional to work
in the Emporia/Greensville and-Sussex Clinics to administer and
provide oversight of services to individuals experiencing mental
health, substance use, and co-occurring disorders. Incumbent
willconduct clinical diagnostic assessments through Same Day Access
to determine eligibility for services and referrals. Position will
provide direct services and clinical oversight of outpatient
therapy programs as well as crisis intervention and response to
consumers in house and in the community who are experiencing a
behavioral health crisis.
Essential Job Duties consist of: Clinical administration and
oversight of Same Day Access (SDA),MH/ SUD outpatient therapy, and
Crisis intervention.Conduct clinical comprehensive needs assessment
and other necessary admission paperwork for individuals entering
services. Provide individual and group counseling to individuals
enrolled in the OP/ IOP programs. Conduct and complete crisis
pre-admission screenings as needed. Provide oversight of services
and supervision of staff in MH, SUD, and Peer programs. Provide
clinic oversight in the absence of clinic manager. Ensure quality
services and compliance with regulations and mandates. Successful
applicant must have knowledge of CSB system; clinical motivation of
clients; case management; etiology of substance abuse, mental
disorders; self-help groups; bio, psycho, and social aspects of
Mental Health and substance use. Skills in group, oral and written
communication; multi-cultural sensitivities; sound judgment.
Knowledge of Electronic Health Records, PHI, 42 CFR,
Masters degree in human services or related field.
Professional license as a mental health profession (LMHP) (i.e.
LPC, LCSW),Certified Pre-admission Clinician (CPSC)or be eligible
to obtain CPSC within 90 days of hire. Work experience in
group/individual MH/SUD and ES in public agency preferred.
Supervisory experience working with consumers in the Mental Health
and Substance use system, and experience with crisis intervention
May require working weekends, evening groups or travel to other
agencies within D19 CSB catchments
Position is a grade 214 salaried position. The minimum salary
for this position is $53,323.00
Starting salary for new employees will be based on the
prospective employee's knowledge, skills and abilities directly
relating to the position's duties. Starting salaries for new
employees will not exceed the advertised maximum and will be based
on the availability of funding within the current budget.
Excellent benefits include sick and annual leave and Virginia
Retirement System. Flexible work schedule, including 4 day work
week, is possible in some positions.
Position requires pre-employment extensive background check and
drug screening, driver's license in state of residence with a point
balance of -6 or higher.
District 19 is committed to developing a multicultural
workplace. Minorities and persons with disabilities seeking career
advancement are encouraged to apply. EOE.
Sign-on bonus of $2,000.00 to qualified applicant. *Restrictions
Position is Open Until Filled. Company Description Our Mission
Our mission is to improve the quality and productivity of the lives
of individuals who experience, or are at risk of experiencing,
mental disabilities and/ or substance abuse. We accomplish this
through a fully integrated continuum of services in collaboration
with the localities of Colonial Heights, Dinwiddie, Emporia,
Greensville, Hopewell, Petersburg, Prince George, Surry, and
Our Vision We see D19 CSB as being the preferred provider for
addressing the needs of individuals, families and children within
our catchment area at risk of mental and substance abuse
disabilities. We envision D19 CSB providing a continuum of services
which are effective, accessible and focused to the needs of the
We see ourselves continuing to operate in a multi-jurisdictional
area that is supportive and responsive to the services we provide
to its citizens. We see ourselves as a vital and cohesive force in
the quality of life of our communities and its citizens.
District 19 Community Services Board is committed to providing
outcome-oriented services in an efficient, effective, and
accountable manner, while ensuring consumer satisfaction and
service quality are maintained.
Our Values Our stated values are spelled out in these guiding
principles: Our programs must involve the community in service
design and delivery, be innovative, and be outcome-oriented in the
least restrictive setting possible. Our programs should be fully
integrated within the Board and well coordinated with other
community services. We are committed to ensuring our employees are
trained and engaged in meaningful, productive work in an efficient,
effective, and safe manner. We value each employee as a
professional and as a contributing member of our service system and
are committed to having a workforce that is representative of our
surrounding locality populations. We value delivering
individualized services while ensuring all human rights are
protected as well as being culturally sensitive. We value
communicating in an honest, caring and open fashion. We are
committed to utilizing sound fiscal management to ensure that we
maximize our ability to provide a comprehensive continuum of
services to consumers with varying levels of mental disabilities
and substance abuse disorders. A continuum of services and support
should be available to meet the choices, preferences, and needs of
consumers and families. We are committed to having an involved,
informed, and supportive Board of Directors.