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Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)


The Outpatient Licensed Mental Health Therapist will provide culturally competent mental health services to individuals and families who are experiencing a variety of levels of difficulties due to life situations or mental health concerns such as Depression, Anxiety, Schizophrenia, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, and others.

Positions available for both office-based therapy and school-based therapy. Must have knowledge of ICD-10 & DSM Diagnosis guidelines. Knowledge of appropriate available resources for children/adolescents, adults and their families. Ability to provide individual, group and family therapy and abide by state licensing expectations surrounding appropriate documentation and individualized treatment planning. 

Act 33/34, FBI and Criminal Clearances required, computer skills required. Monday - Friday. Competitive salary & excellent benefits package!  We provide ongoing license supervision and have bonuses and stipends for candidates with the above licenses!

Required Degree & Experience: Masters Degree in Social Work, Clinical Counseling, Psychology, etc. and minimum of 2 years paid experience working in a therapeutic setting.   Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), or Licensed Marriage Family Therapist (LMFT) preferred. 

Interested Candidates please send resume and cover letter tojaimel@washcomm.net




Intellectual Disabilities and Autism Supports Coordinator 
  • The Supports Coordinator conducts in-depth initial assessments of individuals with Autism and Intellectual Disabilities, Families, and Service Providers to determine the nature and extent of the individual services needs and provides a provisional diagnosis and Individual Service Plan.
  • The Supports Coordinator obtains appropriate background information and documentation and administers selected screening tests which assist in the diagnosis and Individual Service Plan.
  • The Supports Coordinator participates in inter-agency planning of specialized and/or generic services for individuals with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism, their Families and other Service Providers.
  • The Supports Coordinator provides any consultation required by Families and other Service Providers.
  • The Supports Coordinator makes referrals when necessary to appropriate resources available for individuals with Autism and Intellectual Disabilities.
  • The Supports Coordinator may provide counseling (supportive, emergency, and crisis intervention) services to individuals with Autism and Intellectual Disabilities, Families and Service Providers under the supervision of the Supports Coordination Supervisor and/or the Executive Director.
  • The Supports Coordinator maintains appropriate contact with the County Mental Health /  Intellectual Disabilities and Autism Program Office and the Regional Intellectual Disabilities and Autism Office regarding services, liability and payment issues and the licensing requirements.
  • The Supports Coordinator shares in the responsibility for meeting all licensing requirements.
  • The Supports Coordinator is knowledgeable about Intellectual Disabilities and Autism services and provides consultation and education to the public regarding Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities issues.
  • The Supports Coordinator develops and coordinates services which meet the needs of individual consumer with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism, and works closely with Advisory and Consumer Groups to enhance services.
  • The Supports Coordinator acts as an advocate for individuals with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism.
  • 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.

Act 33/34, FBI and Criminal Clearances required, computer skills required. Monday - Friday. Competitive salary & excellent benefits package!  

Required Degree & Experience: A Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology, Special Education, Social Welfare, Psychology, Gerontology, Criminal Justice or other related Social Sciences, and one year of direct care experience with individuals with intellectual disabilities in a Human Services Agency

Interested Candidates please send resume and cover letter to: natalie.ross@washcomm.net



Licensed Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Washington Communities Human Services, Inc. is seeking a full time or part time psychiatric nurse practitioners to provide culturally competent mental health care to patients in need of psychiatric evaluation and/or medication management services at our Washington, PA outpatient clinic. These services can be provided on site with adults and/or children as well as in the local school based programs.

Exciting opportunity as well as excellent salary, flexible schedule, and potential sign-on bonus!

Interested Candidates please send resume and cover letter to: natalie.ross@washcomm.net


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