We are currently looking for 2 case managers for our Women’s program, these are full time positions with flexible schedules. Some of the duties for these positions include: Facilitating women, children and infants enrollment into the program; providing transportation for patients; assist counselors with group facilitation and other group activities; provide outreach services. The ideal candidate will enjoy working with pregnant women, babies and small children.
Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field or 2 years similar experience. CDCA, LCDC, or license/certification which conforms to OhioMHAS regulations pertaining to counseling services. Knowledge and experience with family related support services in the community and knowledge of chemical dependency.
We offer a unique program that provides childcare for our patients for brief periods while they utilize our services. We are looking for two part time, Float Childcare Workers to provide a safe play environment that encourages learning through exploration and curiosity, strengthens the development of social, intellectual, and communication skills; and reinforce the importance of total family wellness.
Childcare Workers are responsible for providing child care services which include coordinating safety and cleanliness, quality care, appropriate toys, equipment, and activities within the child care program, and develop and implement structured activities for infants, toddlers and/or school age children. Qualified candidates will have a positive, nurturing attitude, creative ideas, and knowledge of Developmentally Appropriate practices.
Requirements include: High School Diploma, Degree in Early Childhood, Child Development or CDA preferred; training in First Aid, CPR, Communicable Disease, and Child Abuse/Neglect preferred; must be at least 18 and submit to being fingerprinted and drug screened. Must be willing to work a flexible schedule between the hours of 8:00am and 8:00pm with some evening shifts.
Akron substance abuse clinic looking for passionate Counselors to join our team! We are looking for Counselors in multiple departments including MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment) and Women’s Recovery.
Looking for individuals with the desire to help those facing the battle of addiction. Must have Master’s degree and license to counsel in the State of Ohio by either the Chemical Dependency or Board of Counselor and Social Workers.
Competitive wages and benefits.
We are currently looking for a Housing Inspector to provide support to housing tenants with an emphasis on teaching tenants how to remain in permanent housing. Duties include: Meeting with tenants to perform housing inspections; Conducting safety, emergency procedure, care of property and housekeeping expectation training; Notifying both the tenant as well as CHC staff about any violations; Reinforce the tenant behaviors needed to remain in housing; Assist with referrals and provide direct services as needed to help tenants successfully remain in housing.
Minimum requirements: Bachelor’s degree or two years related experience; Basic computer and research skills; Familiarity with community resources.
We are currently looking for a full time, enthusiastic, committed Assessment Specialist. The Assessment Specialist will: Conduct initial intake interviews to determine the level of care needed and initiate the treatment process at CHC Addiction Services; Assign patient to a counselor; Schedule initial appointments; and Be required to document all services in a timely manner, per agency policy.
Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Counseling, Psychology or related field. Must have a current license from the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professional Board as a LCDCII, LCDCIII, or LICDC or the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapist Board as a PC, PCC, LSW, or LISW.
We are currently seeking a full time LPN for our Outpatient Program to work from 5:00am until 2:00pm, Monday through Friday and every other weekend from 5:00am until 10:30am. Duties include: administering methadone and following up with patients; administration of direct nursing care; charting; EKG’s; blood draws; setting the physician up; and collecting urine samples.
Minimum requirements: Graduate of certified LPN program, current Ohio LPN license, and current CPR certification.
We are currently looking for a part-time Recovery Coach/Peer Supporter to provide support and advocacy to individuals enrolled in CHC programs. The Recovery Coach will be a strong source of encouragement and guidance, helping patients work on life goals such as work, education and personal relationships. Will assist with referrals and linking patients to the appropriate community services. Will maintain logs, reports, records and databases. Will provide transportation for patients to meetings and appointments.
Must have a High School Diploma and be a Certified Recovery Coach/Peer Supporter. Must be able to work evenings and weekends. Must be professional and flexible with the ability to work independently. Must have excellent interpersonal, time management and organizational skills. Current Ohio driver’s license, clean driving record.
We are currently looking for a live-in Residential Advisor to act as a property manager and life management mentor for the residents of Horizon House. The RA will live at Horizon House and have 4 office hours during which he or she must be available on a weekly basis. The RA will adhere to all property rules and policies. Primary job responsibilities include: Greeting new residents, providing a tour of the house and discussing the house rules with each new resident including reviewing emergency procedures; Documenting all house rule violations in a written report both to the resident and to OMCDC along with submitting an ongoing weekly written status report to OMCDC; Notifying OMCDC staff of any major incidents immediately and reporting all maintenance concerns to the OMCDC in a timely fashion; Upholding the spiritual, educational and moral ideals of the Horizon House program.
Must have a high school diploma or GED. Some management or supervisory experience preferred.
The RA will receive a $300.00 stipend per month, in addition to a bedroom in the Horizon House with paid utilities. The RA will not receive insurance benefits or paid leave.
We are currently looking for full time and part time Residential Aides for our residential facilities. The facilities are staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including holidays, weekends, overnight, etc. and we are looking for individuals to cover all shifts. Will be responsible for: Monitoring and directing the activities of residents to ensure that they follow house rules and Community Health Center policies and procedures; Providing case management and transportation for Residents to and from scheduled appointments or activities; Assisting with nightly security procedure; Providing Residents crisis intervention when necessary; Appropriately document shift activities and residents behavior in residential log book.
Minimum requirements: Ability to work evenings, weekends and holidays, High school diploma, BA with CDCA preferred, experience with drug and alcohol recovery process, and clean driving record. Meets CHC requirement to not be restricted from exposure to medication by any governing body. Training in First Aid and CPR preferred.
All persons considered for employment must submit and pass a drug screen and fingerprint background check.
Please send your resume along with the names and addresses of 3 references to:
Community Health Center / Attn: Human Resources
838 Coburn St. / Akron, Ohio 44311
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