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Region ten community services board’s on-line employment application provides applicants secure access to their application histiocytoma dog lip 24 hours a day. To apply for open positions click on the “apply here” link in the vacancy announcement. This will take you to region ten’s on-line system where you can establish an account and create histiocytoma dog lip an application. A PIN number will be issued to you. Please note that the PIN number is your applicant ID histiocytoma dog lip that will allow you to access your application when applying histiocytoma dog lip for any future jobs. The web address for the new application:

Please circulate this list so it is available to all histiocytoma dog lip members of your staff, particularly those without access to email, and please inform people inside and outside the agency who histiocytoma dog lip might be interested in these positions. A new open position memo is issued every friday. The field of service in which there is a current histiocytoma dog lip opening available is either listed under administrative service, quality improvement and standards, or one of the six region ten service centers.

Region ten is seeking an individual to supervise professionally licensed histiocytoma dog lip or credentialed staff providing both clinical and administrative supervision. Utilizing a team approach, the supervisor will develop work schedules, plan programming and services, coordinate service delivery and collaborate with agency and community partners. The incumbent will be responsible for the development and monitoring histiocytoma dog lip of program budgets and for the development and implementation of histiocytoma dog lip programming that is evidenced based. Staying abreast of current best and evidence-based practices in the field is critical to success in histiocytoma dog lip this position. Master’s degree and licensure as LCSW or LPC, a minimum of 2 years of experience in the provision histiocytoma dog lip of services to adults with co-occurring, mental illness and substance use disorders, and at least three years of experience in supervision of histiocytoma dog lip professional staff along with at least 2 years administrative program histiocytoma dog lip supervision experience to include budgeting and program development required. Salary negotiable.

Region ten seeks a person with strong clinical and program histiocytoma dog lip development skills to fill the critical role of director. This person will plan, coordinate and supervise case management services for adults with mental histiocytoma dog lip health, substance use and co-occurring disorders. The incumbent will provide clinical and administrative supervision to a histiocytoma dog lip strong team of professional licensed/credentialed and license-eligible staff, assist in the development and implementation of new and existing histiocytoma dog lip programs to support evidenced-based practices, assist in developing and monitoring budgets, and carry a small caseload. Master’s degree and licensure in virginia as LPC or LCSW histiocytoma dog lip is preferred. A minimum of 2 years of experience in the provision histiocytoma dog lip of services to adults with co-occurring, mental illness and substance use disorders, and at least three years of experience in supervision of histiocytoma dog lip professional staff along with at least 2 years administrative program histiocytoma dog lip supervision experience to include budgeting and program development required. Salary negotiable.

This position provides a great opportunity to work in a histiocytoma dog lip day support service for adults with intellectual disabilities supporting full histiocytoma dog lip access, participation and community engagement of individuals based on personal choices histiocytoma dog lip and interests. This position provides direct assistance to persons primarily in brokering histiocytoma dog lip community resources, helps individuals identify and pursue interests, and explore resources that help them become an active member histiocytoma dog lip in the community. In addition to implementing individual support plans for clients in histiocytoma dog lip center-based and community settings, the incumbent teaches new skills; addresses behavior interventions using positive programming and promotes self advocacy histiocytoma dog lip in the community. Personal care assistance is required. The position requires creation of individual support plans and goals, evaluation of progress, and ability to document services appropriately. If you are a high energy, creative person who likes to be on the go and histiocytoma dog lip explore new ways to teach others to be active community histiocytoma dog lip members, we encourage you to apply! Two years experience preferred with ID/DD population. M-F 8:30-4:30/some evenings and weekends. $36,396.70 annually/$17.50 hourly rate; negotiable.

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