Employment Opportunities

Early Intervention Services Director

The Early Intervention Director is responsible to the Executive Director for the provisions and operations of the E.I. Department.  The person in this position plans, organizes and supervises the on-going operation of the agency’s Early Intervention Department including but not limited to creating and implementing policies and procedures, provides training, supervision and support for the E.I. staff, prepares job descriptions , conducts interviews, evaluates and updates Annual Performance Evaluates for E.I. staff, maintains necessary records and outcomes, compiles statistics and prepares reports mandated by state regulations, county work statements, or requested by the Executive Director, conducts developmental compliance monitoring via Pelican reports, OCDEL reports, direct observation and chart reviews.  The E.I. Supervisor is responsible for monitoring the work of all E.I. employees to ensure compliance with all applicable regulatory guidelines.  Must have a strong knowledge of HIPAA and the Office of Child Development and Early Learning Regulations.  The E.I. Supervisor facilitates weekly billing of all service coordination services.  Must possess sufficient administrative, organizational, and professional skills to ensure the effective functioning of the service.  Competitive salary and excellent benefits. Please send cover letter and resume to bobbiec@washcomm.net.   724-225-6940 ext. 400

Job Type: Full-time

Required experience: 

    Bachelor's Degree required
    5 years experience working with or providing counseling to children, families or individuals with disabilities. 

Outpatient Services Director

We are hiring a Licensed Adult/Children’s Outpatient Services Supervisor.  Job duties include implementing all outpatient policies and procedures.  Is responsible to the Executive Director for the provisions and operational and clinical supervision of outpatient services on a day-to-day basis and sees that those services are provided according to generally accepted professional and licensing standards. Identifies implements and evaluates evidenced based treatment modalities and provides oversight and support for staff for individual and group therapy as needed. Maintains compliance with OMHSAS and Washington County regulations and must have a strong knowledge of HIPAA, VBH, OMHSAS and DPW regulations.  Organizes, assigns and supervises the work and productivity of the Adult and Children’s Outpatient staff.  Master’s Degree required, LCSW and/or LPC preferred. Must have at least 2 years of management  experience.  Excellent benefits!

Job Type:  Full Time
Required Experience:  Master's Degree, LCSW or LPC Preferred
                                     2 years of management experience 

Forensic Liaison

The Forensic Liaison will report to the correctional facilities and meet with correctional facility personnel to identify and track newly incarcerated individuals with mental health/intellectually developmentally delayed needs. THE FL works cooperatively and maintains all necessary communication with the original justice team of Judges, ADA, PD, APO, Legal Council Correctional Facility Staff and MH Providers to plan and arrange necessary treatment and support in conjunction with expedited release. Provides information, referral services and linkages to individuals and their families. Completes all required documentation and referrals for individuals transitioning from incarceration to community mental health services. Serves as the clinical liaison on the MH/IDD issues to the Correctional Facility, Adult Probation and the courts. Monitors funded medication programs and compliance with the County Administrative approved formulary. Participates in all team meetings. Completes mental health evaluations on all court ordered adults. Performs diagnostic screenings as ordered by staff psychiatrist or the court system. Excellent Benefits!

Job Type: Full-time

Required experience:
  • Masters Degree required
  • Mental Health: 2 years
Please send resume to bobbiec@washcomm.net or call 724-225-6940 ext. 400

Supports Coordinator

Locate, coordinate & monitor all services for individuals with Developmental & Intellectual Disabilities. Required paperwork. Act 33/34 & FBI Clearances required. Knowledge of appropriate available resources for these individuals & families. Bachelor's Degree required. Medical benefits, Paid Leave, Paid Holidays, Pension Plan.

Job Type: Full-time