Entries by HRCSB

Community Case Manager

The Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board is seeking a full-time Community Case Manager. This is a co-responder position that works in collaboration with the Community Paramedics at Harrisonburg Fire Department and is housed in the Public Safety Building HFD office. The candidate must have strong interpersonal skills and ability to effectively respond to individuals in their home and community setting to assess for underlying needs and awareness of community resources to create an accessible plan of care. This position required a multifaceted skillset that embraces the whole person perspective of treatment.

Infant Toddler Service Coordinator

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 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 required and experience in child development, early childhood special education, early childhood education, or related field recommended.

Behavioral Health Wellness Specialist

The HRCSB is seeking a collaborative and enthusiastic individual to fill the role of Behavioral Health Wellness Specialist! Specialist would be a member of the agency’s dynamic Behavioral Health Wellness (BHW) Program. The grant-funded BHW Program provides free community-based substance use prevention, suicide prevention, and mental health education programming to Harrisonburg City and Rockingham County residents. Specialist would work on a team to implement training courses and workshops in the community, participate in health fairs and community events, and collaborate with local coalitions. Candidates should be knowledgeable of mental and behavioral health topics, confident leading group training and discussions, and passionate about providing quality, culturally relevant programming to all community members. Chosen candidate, with agency support, will participate in training-for-trainer courses to become a certified trainer in a variety of nationally recognized, evidence-based training curriculums. Specialist will also engage in program capacity building activities such as data entry, inventory management, resource creation, and program research. To meet community needs, position utilizes flexible scheduling to accommodate weekend and evening work duties. This position requires the ability to be self-guided, open to continued learning, and be highly flexible.

Hospital Liaison Coordinator

HRCSB is seeking qualified individual to fill the new position of the Hospital Liaison Coordinator. This position’s primary responsibility is to work closely with regional partners and state psychiatric facilities in order to plan discharge services for individuals with Serious Mental Illness. This position includes creating and maintaining Discharge Assistance Plans and conditional release plans. The Hospital Liaison Coordinator will supervise the work of an additional Hospital Liaison, and oversee the work of Competency Restoration Specialists. The qualified candidate must have at least two years of experience working with individuals with serious mental illness, strong decision-making skills and ability to work independently and manage a team. Candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree in a human services related field. Experience working with psychiatric service planning, forensic service planning and/or discharge planning is preferred. This is a full-time, salaried position. Supervision towards certification or licensure can be provided.

Overnight Residential Relief Staff

Residential Overnight Hourly Staff provide direct client services to the residents of Community Services Board operated supervised living residential services. Clients are adults with mental illness in recovery. Position requires: working knowledge of psychology, counseling and/or social work; mental illness and substance abuse; ability to work effectively with clients and service providers in the community. Services include on-site support and supervision. Residential Overnight Hourly Staff commit to a regular schedule and also fill in for other regularly scheduled staff in order to ensure staffing coverage to meet the needs of the residents. The typical shifts are overnights 9:45 PM – 7:15 AM at Market Street House. The position is awake.
Valid driver’s license, ability to drive and safe driving record required.

Residential Relief Staff

Looking for an hourly position that fits around your current school or work schedule? Would you like to earn hours towards credentialing in the Mental Health field? HRCSB now has an opening for an hourly, part-time staff to provide direct services to the residents of CSB operated supervised residential program. Services are provided 24 hours per day, 7 days a week. Relief staff work hours are primarily evenings and weekends. Duties include direct training and support to residents to improve their community living skills; supportive and/or educational counseling; crisis intervention; providing skill building activities to promote community integration. Position requires working knowledge of mental illness and/or substance use; and the ability to work effectively with clients and service providers in the community. Valid Virginia driver’s license and good driving record required. Bachelor’s degree in a human services related field or equivalent coursework required. Position open until filled.

ACT Co-Occurring Disorders Specialist

HRCSB is seeking a qualified individual to join our Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team as the Co-occurring Disorders Specialist. Our ACT team, in a partnership with our Permanent Supportive Housing program, will provide community based wrap around services to individuals with serious mental illness and co-occurring disorders who are in need of stable housing. The specific team role of Co-occurring Disorders Specialist, in coordination with the ACT Team Supervisor, is to serve as the ACT Team liaison in supporting clients in achieving outcomes related to substance use recovery.

If you enjoy being active and working one-on-one with others then this position could be a great fit for you. An ACT specialist models, teaches and coaches individuals in the skills individuals need to live meaningful lives in the community. Skill building interventions may include budgeting, community integration, coaching on ADL’s, monitoring and accessing health and wellness resources, medication compliance, and time management.

As the Co-occurring Disorders Specialist you will link clients to community recovery supports using motivational interviewing, harm reduction and person centered support. You will ensure integration of substance use treatment with clients’ goals and treatment planning.

We are looking for applicants with knowledge of mental illness and substance use disorders; ability to work effectively individually and on a team; passion for supporting others; along with good time management. Current valid Virginia driver’s license required. Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, human services or a related specialty. Two years of experience with SMI/SUD population required. CSAC is a plus but not required. This is a full-time, salaried position with benefits.

Information Systems Administrator

HRCSB is seeking a systems administrator who is eager to use and grow their technological skills. In this role, the successful individual will protect our agency information, systems and assets, build solutions, implement new software and hardware and assist in the development of an overall IT strategy. The ideal candidate will be passionate about both information systems and end-user support.

Crisis Stabilization Unit Nurse (LPN or RN)

Be a part of the dynamic, interdisciplinary team teaching and supporting individuals experiencing psychiatric crisis. HRCSB is seeking full-time nursing staff who are proficient in the field, yet sensitive to the challenges individuals face when dealing with a psychiatric crisis. Arbor House is a short-term, 7-bed crisis stabilization program working with folks to avoid psychiatric hospitalization, or stepping down from hospital setting before returning home. Duties include standard nursing practices, as well as working with team of mental health professionals to ensure high quality care to those experiencing a psychiatric crisis. This position provides opportunities for engaging on an individual level, facilitating teaching moments, and life skill development outside of general nursing duties. Candidates must be registered and in good standing with the Virginia Board of Health Professions as a Licensed Practical Nurse or as a Registered Nurse.

ACT Nurse

HRCSB is seeking a community psychiatric nurse to work as a team member in our Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) program. The nurse will work in community setting with clients who have a serious mental health and/or co-occurring disorder diagnosis. The incumbent will work on the ACT team in collaboration with the psychiatric care provider, licensed supervisor, licensed clinician, peer and mental health providers. Major duties include direct client care, medication procurement and administration of injectable medication, venipuncture, and documentation according to agency standards, as well as, patient education, monitoring and support. This position requires graduation from an accredited nursing program and licensure as a practical nurse or registered nurse in the State of Virginia. Experience in a psychiatric setting is preferable.