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Crisis Counselor
Location: Cornerstone Montgomery, Rockville, Maryland

Candidates are encouraged to apply through our company website: www.cornerstonemontgomery.org.

Qualifications:    Bachelor’s degree in the Behavioral Sciences preferred. Equivalent combination of education and relevant work experience can be substituted. Possession of a valid driver’s license with less than three points on Maryland (or the equivalent for another State) driving record required. Must have access to a personal vehicle and be willing to use it for work purposes. May be required to transport clients in personal vehicle.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide client centered services to clients with mental illness or co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorders within the Alternative to Hospitalization Program

  • Introductory knowledge of public social services programs and policies; how to develop, initiate and follow through with a plan of service; current health, social services and mental hygiene resources and how to appropriately link people to them

  • Applies motivational interviewing skills to client interactions

  • Conduct formal and informal therapeutic groups as a part of client treatment

  • Conduct individual counseling that is based on the clinical model and that adheres to program standards

  • Maintains up-to-date knowledge and compliance with HIPAA regulations and client’s privacy rights.

  • Ability to use internal software and reporting protocols to successfully enter progress notes and treatment plans.

  • Conduct assessments of clients’ mental status

  • Work with clients, clients’ family and providers in writing admission and discharge plans. Work with clients on the implementation of the plan, keep supervisor updated on the status through written reports, conversations and staff meetings

  • Oversee the administration of prescribed medications

  • Intervene with clients in a crisis situation

  • Set limits, de-escalate the situation, make recommendations to supervisor on follow-up action and the need for medical intervention

  • Identifying and resolving facilities issues through regular agency procedures

  • Accountable for maintaining a safe environment for clients and staff

  • Provides life skills training, behavior management and crisis intervention

  • Supports clients in taking prescribed medication, including monitoring medications when needed

  • Familiarizes him/herself with all emergency procedures and the information contained in all manuals.  

  • Conducts person centered treatment planning and crisis intervention

  • Maintains up-to-date knowledge and compliance with HIPAA regulations and client’s privacy rights

  • Ability to use internal software and reporting protocols to successfully enter progress notes and treatment plans

  • Performs other duties as assigned

Competencies:

Problem Solving:

  • Carefully analyzes problems and uses sound judgment to make good decisions and apply solutions to a variety of changing situations

  • Proactively coordinates with co-workers, supervisor and treatment team members to address problems and discuss solutions

  • Ability to assess a variety of situations and respond quickly and appropriately

Professionalism:

  • Handles routine and non-routine problems with skill, diplomacy, sound judgment and timeliness

  • Contributes to maintaining an atmosphere of mutual trust and collaboration by utilizing appropriate communication methods

  • Stays up to date with training and professional development in order to apply best practices to meet client needs

Organization:

  • Possesses strong time management skills and prioritizes tasks and projects

  • Plans, coordinates and documents all client services

  • Completes electronic health records in a timely manner and meets billing expectations.


Supported Employment Specialist (SES)
Location: Cornerstone Montgomery, Rockville, Maryland

Candidates are encouraged to apply through our company website: www.cornerstonemontgomery.org.

Qualifications:

Education and Work Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in the Behavioral Sciences or Business preferred.

  • Relevant experience may substitute for education, but must represent a total of at least four years.

  • Minimum of one (1) year vocational rehabilitation field/industry experience with a mentally ill population preferred

  • Experience working with youth and/or adults in a supportive work setting strongly preferred.

  • Business experience – marketing, communication, sales.

  • Possession of a valid driver’s license and satisfactory driving record (as determined by HR) required. Must have access to a personal vehicle and be willing to use it for work purposes. May be required to transport clients in personal vehicle.

Position Summary:    In collaboration with Cornerstone Montgomery Inc.’s mission and strategic plan this position works directly with clients by helping individuals with serious mental illness choose, find and maintain employment.  This position also works with the business community adovcating for clients in their recovery to enhance their quality of life through employment.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Job Development:

  • Works with existing network of employers as a liaison between the client and the employer to help clients find employment

  • Identifies and contacts new employers and sells them on the benefits of the program to include describing the mission of Cornerstone Montgomery, assisting the employer in accessing hiring incentives, such as Targeted Job Tax Credit, and explaining ADA accommodations.

  • Promotes and employment and on-the- job training opportunities for clients.

  • Maintains contact with the client’s employer to ensure that the client is adjusting well and is available to discuss any potential issues with the employer and the client.

  • Work with workforce specialist with job development database.

  • Maintain ongoing business relationship with at least 4 businesses.

  • Attend a job development meeting at least 1x month.

Client Support Services:

  • Manages a caseload of approximately 16-18 clients, helping them choose, find and maintain employment.

  • Conducts work based assessments on clients through motivational interviewing to identify their professional background and asssits the client in developing measurable long and short term goals.

  • Meets with clients on a regular basis (typically between 3-6 meetings per month with each client) to assist them in applying for jobs and assess their progress towards their goals.

  • Contacts prospective employers to determine their needs and to solicit job vacancies for clients.

  • Partners with clients during their job search

  • Conducts mock interviews with clients and reviews resumes to prepare the client for their job search.

  • Coordinates with other services and treatment team.

  • Coaches clients who are already employed on how to handle stressful situations at work including site visits to client work environments.

  • Advise clients on government benefits (including SSI, SSDI, EID) with regards to how employment will effect these benefits.

  • Attends and participates in treatment team meetings with Rehabilitation Coordinators, and mental health professionals to discuss client progress and align employment goals with the treatment a client is receiving.

  • Document all client contact, treatment, and progress towards the clients goals in the organization’s Electronic Health Records (EHR) system within 24 hours.

  • Maintains contact with the client’s employer at least 1x per month to ensure that the client is adjusting well and is available to discuss any potential issues with the employer and the client.

  • Job coaching

  • Identify and implement job retention strategies.

  • May transport clients to and from job related activities.

  • Reasonable duties as assigned by management.

Knowledge and Abilities:

  • Basic understanding of mental health, knowledge of SSA and Medicare Entitlements, and regulations.

  • Ability to assess employer workforce requirements

  • Proficient in basic computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite

  • Strong relationship management skills

  • Sales acumen with the ability to articulate the benefits of the program to employers.

  • Credible, flexible, and ability to work in a team.

  • Excellent problem solving skills, interpersonal skills, communication skills and writing skills.

  • Ability prioritize tasks, use sound judgement and be results oriented

  • Strong interpersonal skills between clients, employers and other agencies with a strong orientation to customer service skills.

  • Professional presentation.


Manager, Corporate Fundraising
Location: Cornerstone Montgomery, Rockville, Maryland

Candidates are encouraged to apply through our company website: www.cornerstonemontgomery.org.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in marketing, business administration, event planning or related field. Four years of related corporate development experience, including knowledge of annual giving, foundation/corporate solicitations, communications and special events. Must demonstrate experience closing 4 and 5-figure sponsorships.  Ability to work independently while also working as a collaborative team member. Passion for mental health a plus. 

Position Summary: Responsible for executing corporate fundraising plan to grow the corporate giving constituency group and develop a broad sustainable base of support for the organization. Works with the Chief Development Officer, CEO and other key leaders to identify, cultivate and solicit financial and in-kind gifts (including volunteerism) from corporations. Ability to work the flexible hours demanded of a deadline-driven position.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Build and manage the corporate giving portfolio, which provides both restricted and unrestricted financial and in-kind support for the organization.
  • Secure funding to support our capital and program needs, and partner with the vocational department to forge relationships with the County’s Top 50 Employers.
  • Secure major sponsorships and donations for Cornerstone Montgomery events.
  • Research and scan media sources for potential corporate funders and public requests for proposals.
  • Aggressively seeks new corporate funding sources and maintains relationships with current/past donors.
  • Serve as the organization’s representative at corporate and community tabling and speaking events, and networking events.
  • Maintain ongoing contact with the Agency's staff regarding programs and plans; markets these programs to philanthropic supporters.
  • Solicits current donors and prospects through presentations through a variety of outreach methods, to include presentations, proposals, and tours (as examples).
  • Implement approved strategies for new development opportunities and existing annual campaign efforts, designed to obtain funds from individuals, foundations and corporations.
  • Ensuring that Cornerstone Montgomery captures company gift matches.
  • Recruit and train volunteers to network and solicit funds, and work with corporate volunteer groups for large-scale volunteer activities.
  • Secure, track and manage in-kind program in partnership with Development Associate.


Rehabilitation Counselor
Location: Cornerstone Montgomery, Rockville, Maryland

Candidates are encouraged to apply through our company website: www.cornerstonemontgomery.org.

FLSA Status:    Non­Exempt

Reports to:    Program Supervisor

Qualification:    Bachelor’s degree in the Behavioral Sciences preferred. Equivalent combination of education and relevant work experience can be substituted.

Possession of a valid driver’s license with less than three points on Maryland (or the equivalent for another State) driving record required. Must have access to a personal vehicle and be willing to use it for work purposes. May be required to transport clients in personal vehicle.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Provides psychiatric rehabilitation and case management services to clients with mental illness or co­occurring mental illness and substance use disorders within a residential or supported living program.

  • Provides wellness education, including smoking cessation, diet and exercise to support integrated medical care

  • Introductory knowledge of public social services programs and policies; how to develop initiate and follow through with a plan of service; current health, social services and mental hygiene resources and how to appropriately link people to them.

  • Provides life skills training, behavior management and crisis intervention.

  • Demonstrates tact, discretion, persuasiveness and sound judgment at all times.

  • Supports clients in taking prescribed medication, including monitoring medications when needed.

  • Schedules and attends doctor’s appointments and treatment team meetings with clients.

  • Effectively manages time in order to consistently meet deadlines.

  • Familiarizes him/herself with all emergency procedures and the information contained in all manuals. Complies with all policies, procedures and rules therein, as well as those which are subsequently established.

  • Attends staff meetings, in­service trainings, retreats and all staff meetings, as scheduled.

  • Supports clients with identifying and finding employment.

  • Has the ability and willingness to help clients maintain residences that are clean, safe and healthful and promptly reports anything that is unsafe, unclean, or in need of repair.

  • Conducts person centered treatment planning and ongoing assessment.

  • Supports (i.e. teaching, monitoring, providing prompting) clients in maintaining adequate hygiene.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Competencies:
Problem Solving:

  • Carefully analyzes problems and uses sound judgment to make good decisions and apply solutions to a variety of changing situations.

  • Proactively coordinates with co­workers, supervisor and treatment team members to address problems and discuss solutions.

  • Ability to assess a variety of situations and respond quickly and appropriately.

Professionalism:

  • Handles routine and non­routine problems with skill, diplomacy, sound judgment and timeliness.

  • Contributes to maintaining an atmosphere of mutual trust and collaboration by utilizing appropriate communication methods.

  • Stays up to date with training and professional development in order to apply best practices to meet client needs

Organization:

  • Possesses strong time management skills and prioritizes tasks and projects.

  • Plans, coordinates and documents all client services, including Vocational Program and day program participation.

  • Completes electronic health records in a timely manner and meets billing expectations

Some locations may require additional site­specific tasks or training. Please review these requirements with your immediate supervisor during your training period.

Additional information:

Residential Rehabilitation Program (RRP): Counselors in the RRP are required to collaborate with the facilities department to ensure that all maintenance requests are adequately resolved in preparation for various inspections and/or licensing regulations. Counselors must also have the ability and willingness to help clients maintain residences that are clean, safe and healthful and promptly reports anything that is unsafe, unclean, or in need of repair.

***Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT): University House utilizes DBT to support women diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. Counselors at this site receive extensive specialized training in personality disorders and DBT skills training and counseling.

**Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT): Counselors on the IDDT team must have knowledge of mental illness and substance abuse and their interactions, understand the disease of addiction, and be comfortable working in a program with active substance and alcohol users. Counselors must demonstrate an interest in working with clients with co­occurring mental health and substance use disorders and must be open to learning new skills and strategies for working effectively with consumers with co­occurring disorders.

*Employment Focus Cluster (EFC): Employment Focus Clusters work with people whose primary goal is to obtain and/or maintain employment of their choice. The EFC counselors work on the same team as Supported Employment Specialists and all clients on the team have both a Rehab Counselor as well as a Supported Employment Specialist.

Counselors work with consumers to identify rehabilitation goals that are interfering with reaching successful employment


Corporate Fundraiser
Location: Cornerstone Montgomery, Rockville, Maryland

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in marketing, business administration, event planning or related field. Four years of related corporate development experience, including knowledge of annual giving, foundation/corporate solicitations, communications and special events. Must demonstrate experience closing 4 and 5-figure sponsorships. Ability to work independently while also working as a collaborative team member. Passion for mental health a plus.

Position Summary:

Responsible for executing corporate fundraising plan to grow the corporate giving constituency group and develop a broad sustainable base of support for the organization. Works with the Chief Development Officer, CEO and other key leaders to identify, cultivate and solicit financial and in-kind gifts (including volunteerism) from corporations. Ability to work the flexible hours demanded of a deadline-driven position.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Build and manage the corporate giving portfolio, which provides both restricted and unrestricted financial and in-kind support for the organization. Secure funding to support our capital and program needs, and partner with the vocational department to forge relationships with the County’s Top 50 Employers. Secure major sponsorships and donations for Cornerstone Montgomery events. Research and scan media sources for potential corporate funders and public requests for proposals. Aggressively seeks new corporate funding sources and maintains relationships with current/past donors. Serve as the organization’s representative at corporate and community tabling and speaking events, and networking events. Maintain ongoing contact with the Agency's staff regarding programs and plans; markets these programs to philanthropic supporters. Solicits current donors and prospects through presentations through a variety of outreach methods, to include presentations, proposals, and tours (as examples). Implement approved strategies for new development opportunities and existing annual campaign efforts, designed to obtain funds from individuals, foundations and corporations. Ensuring that Cornerstone Montgomery captures company gift matches. Recruit and train volunteers to network and solicit funds, and work with corporate volunteer groups for large-scale volunteer activities. Secure, track and manage in-kind program in partnership with Development Associate.

Competencies: Problem Solving:

• Proven ability to manage technical and administrative problem solving.

• Carefully analyzes problems and uses sound judgment to make good decisions.

•Professionalism:

• Arrives for work on time and completes all assignments in a responsible and professional manner.

• Demonstrates tact, discretion and sound judgment at all times.

• Listens actively and asks follow up questions to clarify expectations as needed

• Contributes to maintaining an atmosphere of mutual trust and respect by using and modeling respectful communication at all times

Organization:

• Possesses strong time management skills and prioritizes tasks and projects

• Clearly articulates thoughts and information in both oral and written formats


For more information, contact Helen Gillespie at 240 614 4240


Division Director
Location: Delaware Youth and Family Ctr: (1825 Faulkland Rd, Wilmington, DE, 19805)

Summary Statement:

This Director of the Division of Family Services (DFS) is an exempt position and serves at the pleasure of the Cabinet Secretary of the Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families (DSCYF).  The incumbent is responsible for managing and directing statewide operations for child welfare services including investigation of abuse, neglect and dependency, treatment services, foster care, adoption, independent living and childcare licensing.  The incumbent is also responsible for maintaining compliance with all applicable federal and state statutory and regulatory requirements. 

Essential Functions:

Essential functions are fundamental, core functions common to all positions in the class series and are not intended to be an exhaustive list of every job duty for any one position in the class. Since class specifications are descriptive and not restrictive, incumbents can complete job duties of similar kind not specifically listed here.

  • Plans, directs, and coordinates the efforts of Delaware's statewide Child Welfare System.
  • Directs the Division of Family Services through subordinate managers, including direct service personnel and administrative staff.
  • Develops, implements, and manages initiatives and programs within the Division of Family Services to ensure the safety of children.
  • Develops, implements, and monitors a continuous training cycle for all front line staff and supervisors with a focus on child safety, family engagement and trauma informed care.
  • Evaluates the effectiveness of all child welfare services and programs.
  • Develops policy and strategic direction for the division in alignment with the agency's mission.
  • Collaborates with a network of providers, agency and community stakeholders, and members of the legislature.
  • Prepares, administers, and oversees an annual budget, including federal and state grant funds.
  • Reviews, analyzes, and ensures compliance with state and federal statutory requirements and regulations.

JOB REQUIREMENTS for Division Director

Applicants must have education, training, and/or experience demonstrating competence in each of the following areas:

  1. Possession of a Bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited college or university.
  2. Five years of experience in program administration such as overseeing and directing the development, implementation and evaluation of human services programs and services; and planning and establishing short and long-range program goals and objectives.
  3. Experience in achieving results within a complex organization while addressing the demands of varied stakeholders.
  4. Experience in strategic planning.
  5. Five years of experience in policy administration, which includes planning, developing, implementing and evaluating policies and procedures.
  6. Knowledge of budget administration including managing, developing, analyzing and implementing budgets and establishing internal controls.
  7. Experience in representing an organization in public forums including community and legislative stakeholder events.

APPLY ONLINE HERE


Rehabilitation Counselor
Location: Cornerstone Montgomery, Rockville, Maryland

? Provides psychiatric rehabilitation and case management services to clients with mental illness or co­occurring mental illness and substance use disorders within a residential or supported living program.

? Provides wellness education, including smoking cessation, diet and exercise to support integrated medical care

? Introductory knowledge of public social services programs and policies; how to develop initiate and follow through with a plan of service; current health, social services and mental hygiene resources and how to appropriately link people to them.

? Provides life skills training, behavior management and crisis intervention.

For more information, contact Helen Gillespie at 240 614 4240


Residential Rehabilitation Program Director
*YOU MUST COMPLETE THE ENTIRE ONLINE APPLICATION, INCLUDING SALARY HISTORY AND JOB HISTORY.  INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.

General Description:

The Program Director is responsible for program development and compliance with county, state and federal regulations and conformance with the Commission on Accreditation or Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) requirements, in addition to any grant requirements in the provision of residential psychiatric rehabilitation services to individuals recovering from mental illness. The Program Director will oversee all Residential Rehabilitation Program (RRP) locations (Baltimore and Carroll Counties). This person reports to the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) Director. 

Schedule: Flexible schedule based upon the needs of the program to include routinely working hours to interact with all shifts and locations. 

Required Education, knowledge and Skill Abilities to Perform Essential Job Functions:

A Bachelor’s degree with at least five (5) years experience in mental health/psychiatric rehabilitation/special populations is required.   CPRP (Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner) or Licensed Mental Health Professional preferred with a minimum requirement to obtain CPRP within one year of hire. Supervisory experience is essential. Proven leadership skills and the ability to work as part of a team is required. A clean driving record with no more than 1 point and reliable personal transportation is required. Director must possess an understanding of person centered services and the importance of individual choice in the recovery process. This position requires excellent active listening skills and verbal and written communication skills.

Summary of Essential Functions, Responsibilities and Duties

  • Develop and innovate program for success

  • Ensure conformance with all applicable local, state and federal regulations

  • Work with team to adhere to CARF standards to promote quality driven services

  • Develop and monitor budget

  • Provides accountability and review for RRP billing processes

  • Act as liaison between internal and external service components

  • Oversee daily operations

  • Ensure health and safety through routine visits to all residential homes and office locations

  • Motivate staff into providing highest quality of services

  • Staff hiring, development and supervision

  • Responsible for establishing and maintaining quality improvement processes

  • Participate as a member of Prologue Management Team

  • Oversee program coverage in all areas and in all aspects, including absence of Coordinator or Residential Specialists

  • Design plans for and engages in crisis intervention

  • Complete documentation as required

    • Medications

    • House Inspections

    • Electronic Health Record Progress Notes and Notification Approval

    • Enhanced Support Grant Reports

    • Daily Living Activities Assessment

    • Individual Service Plans

    • ASO Authorization Request

  • Provide 24/7 on call services as required

  • Generate quarterly program outcomes report and submit to PRP Director and Quality Improvement Director

  • Perform other duties as requested by PRP Director

PROLOGUE is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer seeking the most qualified candidate.  



Therapist
Location: Villa Maria

Catholic Charities of Baltimore is a family of over 2000 employees of all faiths and ethnicities who help to improve

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Requirements:

LGPC/LGSW or LCPC/LCSW required.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES COMMITMENTS:

The responsibilities of this position must be consistently performed using the following behaviors:

1. Honor and respect the Dignity of every person.

2. Encounter each person with Compassion.

3. Act with Humility.

4. Reach out to others in a spirit of Collaboration.

5. Serve with Excellence.

6. Act with Integrity in everything you do.

Catholic Charities of Baltimore is an equal opportunity employer.

Therapist
Location: BCARS Program

Catholic Charities of Baltimore is a family of over 2000 employees of all faiths and ethnicities who help to improve the lives of those we serve. We are the largest private provider of human services in Maryland, serving children and families, people living in poverty, individuals with intellectual disabilities, immigrants, and seniors. Here, you can build a career where you can grow professionally as well as make meaningful differences in the lives of others.

SUMMARY:

The Baltimore City Child and Adolescent Response System (B-CARS) provides comprehensive community-based services for children in mental health crisis. B-CARS provides brief and intensive community-based services for children in psychiatric crisis to divert or shorten in-patient hospitalization and to link clients to community providers that will serve them for ongoing care.   The BCARS Therapist will participate in intake assessments to collect necessary background information, assess medical and clinical status of clients and determine appropriate diagnosis.

JOB DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Makes determinations on the nature of emotional and behavioral problems to be addressed and the level of therapy required, including consultation with psychologist/psychiatrist staff. 

• Develops treatment plans, defines treatment problems based on the intake assessment/diagnosis and prepares objectives to move the individual to a lower level of care. 

• Ensures client participation in treatment planning and, when working with children, encourages family/guardian participation. 

• Conducts therapy sessions to identify and discuss problems, identify solutions, work with clients to implement solutions, and model appropriate behaviors. 

• Provides crisis management services and referrals to external resources where needed.  

• Maintains client documentation, consults with families, treatment teams, psychologists, psychiatrists and other treatment providers to coordinate care and services.  

• Gives testimony in court when required. 

• The BCARS Therapist will participate in a rotating on-call system.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS / REQUIREMENTS:

Therapist I: MSW with LGSW (licensed graduate social worker) or MA/MS in Psychology or related field with CPC (certified professional counselor). Some experience working with the targeted program population preferred.

Therapist II: LCSW-C (licensed certified social worker-clinical) or LCPC (licensed certified professional counselor) and two years post-graduate experience working with the targeted program population.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES COMMITMENTS:

The responsibilities of this position must be consistently performed using the following behaviors:

1. Honor and respect the Dignity of every person.

2. Encounter each person with Compassion.

3. Act with Humility.

4. Reach out to others in a spirit of Collaboration.

5. Serve with Excellence.

6. Act with Integrity in everything you do.

Catholic Charities of Baltimore is an equal opportunity employer.


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