Current Openings

HRCSB Job application form

All positions are open until filled unless otherwise indicated. Qualified and interested applicants may obtain an application form at the above link or request one by phone at 540-438-7180, or by e-mailing us using this form. Mail completed applications to Human Resources Manager, Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board, 1241 N. Main Street, Harrisonburg, VA 22802. (HRCSB is an Equal Opportunity Employer and maintains a Drug-Free Workplace.)

Applications are only accepted for positions currently being advertised. The applicant must indicate the position for which they wish to be considered. Applications are not kept on file once the position has been filled. A cover letter and resume may be included as attachments but should not be used to replace any of the information requested on the application. Completed applications should be sent to us through the regular mail; faxed or emailed applications are not accepted.

Child & Adolescent Mental Health Clincian

Full-time salaried position providing treatment and outreach services to children, adolescents, and their families. Requires skills in the diagnosis and treatment of children, adolescents, and families; knowledge of crisis intervention techniques for troubled families. Requires ability to work effectively with service providers from other disciplines and disabilities. Master’s degree with professional licensure required. Position open until filled.
 

Crisis Stabilization Program LPN Evening Relief Staff

 

Hourly, part-time, evening work, 3 p.m. – 11 p.m., as needed to provide direct services to the residents of the CSB Crisis Stabilization Program. Duties include preparing medications for residents and checking medication orders for accuracy; providing basic medical assessment to consumers, including monitoring vital signs; and monitoring consumers for side effects of medications. Nursing staff are expected to participate in other aspects of the program when not involved in nursing duties.  Position requires basic knowledge of mental illness and the use of psychotropic medication in its treatment. Graduation from an accredited college or nursing school with a degree in practical nursing, current licensure as an LPN in the Commonwealth of Virginia, plus one year of nursing experience in a mental health setting.  Valid Virginia driver’s license required.

 

Crisis Stabilization Program LPN Night Relief Staff

Hourly, part-time, nighttime work, 11p.m. – 7 a.m.,  as needed to provide direct services to the residents of the CSB Crisis Stabilization Program. Duties include preparing medications for residents and checking medication orders for accuracy; providing basic medical assessment to consumers, including monitoring vital signs; and monitoring consumers for side effects of medications. Position requires basic knowledge of mental illness and the use of psychotropic medication in its treatment. Graduation from an accredited college or nursing school with a degree in practical nursing, current licensure as an LPN in the Commonwealth of Virginia, plus one year of nursing experience in a mental health setting.  Valid Virginia driver’s license required.

 

CSU Specialist #8530

Full-time position to provide direct service to individuals with mental illness and co-occurring disorders in the 7 bed residential crisis stabilization program. Responsible for providing comprehensive rehabilitative services to mentally ill and/or co-occurring individuals who are in crisis, including assessing service needs, developing treatment plans, facilitating therapy groups as well as individual sessions, and providing assistance with access to community resources. Must have knowledge of mental health recovery models of care and treatment modalities and intervention techniques. Bachelor’s degree in Human Services plus one year of experience in the human services field or a combination of equivalent education and experience is required. Must meet QMHP qualifications. Position includes evening and every other weekend hours.
 

Emergency Services Clinician (# 8006)

Full-time salaried position providing crisis intervention, evaluation, and referral to persons experiencing mental health or substance abuse emergencies. Performs initial intake interviews for individuals (adults and children) requesting services with the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board. Requires excellent diagnostic, evaluative, and emergency intervention skills. Ability to work as a team member is essential.  Master’s degree in human services and professional license (LPC or LCSW) or license eligible required. Work schedule daytime hours Monday through Friday. Bilingual in Spanish is a plus.
 

Emergency Services On-Call Clinician

Provide crisis intervention, information, referral and/or pre-admission screening for emergency hospitalization to individuals by telephone or face-to face who are experiencing a mental health or substance abuse emergency.

This position will be only on a PRN basis  during evening hours, weekend and holidays.  Must have a Master’s Degree in Human Services or related specialty, plus two years experience in a mental health, intellectual disabilities or substance abuse setting.  Training will be provided.

 

Executive Director (#0000)

Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board (HRCSB), a public provider of comprehensive mental health, developmental, and substance abuse services for the City of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County in Virginia’s scenic and historic Shenandoah Valley, is seeking a highly-qualified professional to serve as its next Executive Director. Harrisonburg and Rockingham County have a combined population of 131K. The area is home to two universities and a college, and it is geographically located within two hours of Washington D.C. HRCSB has an operating budget of $11M and employs 180 staff. The Executive Director is directly accountable and responsible to HRCSB’s Board of Directors and provides overall leadership and professional direction to its mental health, developmental, and substance abuse services and administrative operations. Applicants must have demonstrated the minimum knowledge, skills, abilities and experience listed below. A complete position description including all qualifications requirements can be found here or by calling 540-438-7180.

  • An undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university in social work, psychology, rehabilitation counseling, or another human services-related field or in business, public, or hospital or health care administration or another management-related field is required and comparable experience may substitute for education, but a graduate degree in one of these fields is preferred.
  •  Experience in reporting to a board of directors or other governing body structure that has policy, operational, and fiduciary authority and responsibilities or to the person who reports to the board of directors.
  •  Knowledge of the principles and practices of human services administration, business administration, or government program administration and of human resources management and financial management, including budgeting, resource allocation, contract management, monitoring, and auditing.
  •  Knowledge of mental health, developmental, and substance abuse programs and services; healthcare administration, financing, and contracting; planning, evaluation, and quality improvement methodologies; and human rights requirements and issues.
  •  Knowledge of the concepts of recovery, self-determination, or person-centered planning as they relate to mental health, developmental, or substance abuse services and the provision of services to individuals with co-occurring disorders.
  •  Skill in formulating policies, developing and administering budgets, negotiating and administering contracts, formulating program plans with goals and objectives, preparing and presenting reports and budget requests, and conducting effective community and public relations.
  •  Ability to provide effective leadership, inspiring others by example to achieve the mission and vision of the organization, supervise and elicit superior performance from senior managers and administrators, and maintain high levels of employee engagement within the agency.
  •  Ability to plan and implement services and related procedures and evaluate their effectiveness and prefer ability to provide clinical or programmatic oversight of mental health, developmental, or substance abuse services.
  • Ability to interpret, communicate, and administer federal and state laws, regulations, and policies that apply to the services provided by the organization.
  •  Ability to effectively work with other healthcare providers and leaders within the local healthcare system and partner with other healthcare providers to plan and deliver desired treatment outcomes and results for agency clientele.
  •  Ability to communicate persuasively and concisely, orally, in writing, and electronically, with a broad range of individuals, groups, and organizations and to develop and maintain collaborative and supportive relationships with federal, state, and local government officials, individuals receiving services and family members, and advocacy groups. 
  • Ability to engage in logical, analytical, and rational thinking, use automated data and information to make decisions, and work independently; set and achieve realistic goals, solve problems creatively, and mediate disputes effectively; and respond to changing circumstances, manage organizational and financial risk, and adapt during periods of transition and uncertainty.

For additional information on HRCSB and a complete position description including qualification requirements click here or call 540-438-7180. Salary for this position will be commensurate with qualifications and experience with an attractive benefits package. Qualified applicants can obtain an application above or by calling (540) 438-7180. Mail the completed application, complete resume, and a cover letter detailing their interest and qualifications for this position to the address above. In order to maintain the strictest confidentiality for applicants, indicate “confidential” on the envelope. No emailed, faxed, or incomplete applications will be accepted. Application deadline: 5:00 pm on July 20, 2015

 

Human Resources Manager (#0005)

Public behavioral health agency seeking a proven human resources generalist to oversee the agency’s HR activities. Position requires knowledge and experience in recruitment and onboarding of new staff, regulatory compliance and reporting requirements, payroll and public benefits administration, personnel record and policy management, plus employee relations and performance management. Successful applicant will be organized, possess excellent interpersonal and communications skills, and demonstrate the ability to effectively coordinate high-level HR functions. Requires advanced skills in Microsoft Word and Excel, as well as strong technical abilities in utilizing HR and payroll software. Position is full time, salaried, with excellent benefits.
 

Infant Development Specialist (#5526)

Full-time, salaried position to provide services to infant/toddlers with developmental delays or disabilities in the ITC (Infant and Toddler Connection) program. Opportunity to work with a team of professionals in the child’s natural environment. Requires diagnostic and evaluative skills, knowledge of child development and intellectual disability; ability to work effectively with families from diverse backgrounds; and ability to provide services within complex regulations associated with Part C services. Bachelor’s degree and certification in child development, early childhood special education, early childhood education, nursing or related field required.
 

Part Time Receptionist

Part-time Receptionist position, 20 – 30 hours per week to serve as a back-up at any of our four established reception locations to greet consumers, the general public and telephone callers, directing them to the proper person or area; scheduling appointments in the electronic health record; checking in/out clients; collecting fees; assisting with Same Day Access intakes/scheduling; and handling a variety of other clerical duties in support of agency medical and clinical staff. Must demonstrate flexibility with job duties. General knowledge of behavioral health field is preferred. Position open until filled.
 

Receptionist

Full-time, salaried position to perform a variety of moderately complex clerical and receptionist tasks. Position requires exceptional customer service and interpersonal skills, ability to operate multi-line telephone system, and thorough knowledge of office procedures and equipment. Duties include greeting consumers, general public and telephone callers, directing them to the proper person or area, and generally managing flow of front desk traffic; scheduling appointments in electronic health record; checking in/out clients; collecting fees; and handling a variety of other clerical duties in support of agency clinical staff. General knowledge of behavioral health field and electronic health records is preferred. Position open until filled.
 

Residential Relief Staff

Temporary, hourly, part-time work to provide direct client services to the residents of CSB operated community-based residences. Services are provided 24 hours per day, 7 days a week. Relief staff work hours are scheduled as needed in order to ensure staffing coverage to meet the needs of the residents, primarily evenings, nights, and weekends. Duties include direct training and support to residents to improve their community living skills; supportive and/or educational counseling; crisis intervention; providing activities with residents to promote community integration. Position requires working knowledge of mental illness and substance abuse; ability to work effectively with clients and service providers in the community. Valid Virginia driver’s license required.

 

Speech Pathologist, Physical Therapist & Occupational Therapist

Hourly openings, PRN, depending on the needs of the program, to work with infants and toddlers with developmental delays or disabilities and their families. Duties include trans disciplinary evaluation and treatment in a family-centered environment, primarily within the home. Hours vary depending upon needs of the program and clients. Requires expertise in diagnosis and treatment of very young children and ability to work with families from diverse backgrounds. Professional license in Virginia for therapy required.
 

Substance Abuse Therapist (Position # 7075)

Full-time, grant funded, salaried position providing substance abuse treatment and outreach for parents of children at risk for placement in foster care or currently in foster care using the evidenced-based Motivational Enhancement Therapy approach. Master’s degree in human services or related specialty plus two years experience in a mental health and/or substance abuse treatment setting. Must be licensed eligible (LPC or LCSW); SA Certification preferred but not required.Open until filled.
 

Supervisor of Recovery Team - #9000

Full-time, salaried position responsible for clinical and administrative supervision of professional staff providing case management and in-community skills building services to a population of clients with serious and persistent mental illness. Supervises day-to-day staff activities including client intakes, client caseloads and distribution of work assignments to ensure quality of services in conformity with State licensure and Medicaid regulations. May provide direct services to a small caseload of clients. Position requires demonstrated capabilities and initiative in serving individual clients and program design and implementation; extensive knowledge of client service approaches and modalities; advanced skills in delivering services and crisis intervention; advanced administrative and clinical supervision skills. Advanced degree and professional licensure preferred. Position is open until filled.