Entries by HRCSB

Head Registered Nurse

HRCSB is seeking a Registered Nurse to facilitate, monitor and report data for a StepVA initiative to ensure compliance with primary care screenings for children with serious emotional disturbance and adults with serious mental illness. The incumbent will work as a member of the medical team with psychiatrists, nurse practitioners and other nurses and in collaboration with other agency personnel in an outpatient behavioral health setting with clients who have a mental health, substance use, or intellectual disability diagnosis. Major duties include direct client care including administration of injectable medications and venipunctures, coordinating nursing services and provides supervision of assigned staff, ensures operations and compliance for the alternative delivery site, and documentation according to agency standards. Requires graduation from an accredited nursing program and licensed as a registered nurse in the State of Virginia with experience in psychiatric nursing. Supervisor experience preferred.

Supervisor of Community Outreach

HRCSB is seeking an experienced licensed clinician to serve as our Supervisor of Community Outreach. Candidates should have experience working with individuals with mental health and substance use related issues and have strong supervisory skills. This position provides leadership to our substance abuse case management program, including drug court case management and peer services. Seeking a candidate that has a passion for working with individuals involved in the criminal justice system. Qualified applicants must have four years of direct clinical experience. Professional license required.

Behavioral Health Benefits and Compliance Technical Specialist

Full time salaried position. Position’s primary role is to support the Behavioral Health Benefits Coordinator Position with the authorization process for behavioral health services. Duties include obtaining insurance eligibility; conducting pre-audit documentation reviews for medical necessity and minimum documentation compliance; submitting authorization and registration requests; entering authorization information into an electronic health record; maintaining relevant reports, tracking data and sending authorization expiration notices to clinical staff. Knowledge and experience with excel spreadsheets and electronic data systems required. Experience in human services, behavioral healthcare and/or managed care is preferred. Experience with electronic health records is beneficial. Position open until filled.

Mobile Meds Pharmacy Technician

Temporary, hourly, part-time work to provide direct client services to individuals in the community who need assistance with their medication regimen. Services are provided daily, shifts are generally 7:45a- 10:15a and 6:45p-9:15p. Position works in rotation with other pharmacy technicians to provide coverage 365 days per year. Pharmacy Technicians work hours as scheduled in order to provide the needed level of care for clients in the program. Client’s needs vary based on the results of a skills assessment and range from medication delivery to phone call reminders to weekly visits to monitor if a client is filling their med box correctly. Position requires working knowledge of mental illness and substance abuse and the ability to work effectively with clients. Current certification as a Pharmacy Technician, Valid Virginia driver’s license with good driving record and reliable vehicle required.

Adult Mental Health Case Manager

HRCSB is looking for a compassionate community based case manager to work with adults diagnosed with serious mental illness and co-occurring developmental disabilities or substance use. The position is responsible for accessing, linking to and monitoring services and resources for adults in community recovery services. The position requires extensive knowledge of a wide range of individual service approaches and resources for individuals with serious and persistent mental illness; skills in delivering services and crisis interventions and ability to work cooperatively and effectively with individuals. Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in human services or a related specialty is required; additional experience in a mental health, developmental disabilities, or substance abuse setting is preferred.

Quality Improvement Specialist

Full-time, salaried position to carry out the agency’s quality improvement and regulatory compliance activities towards the goal of best practice service provision and maximum revenue potential. Qualified individual will have knowledge of public behavioral healthcare and developmental services and the payer sources associated with these services. Areas of responsibility include review of electronic health record documentation, interpreting an array of regulations including state licensing and third party payers, training new staff, and assisting in outcome measure analysis and monitoring. Position is part of the agency’s Compliance Department and may back up other areas of regulatory reporting and credentialing. Degree from a college or university in public administration, human services, or related areas. Position requires excellent communication skills and attention to detail. Experience that includes quality improvement and regulatory interpretation, preferably in a behavioral and developmental services setting is preferred. Any combination of education and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities may be substituted. Position is open until filled.

Child and Adolescent Outpatient Clinician

We are looking for a Full-time Licensed therapist (LPC or LCSW) to join our team of child and adolescent outpatient clinicians. Primary responsibilities of this position would be to provide outpatient counseling to children, adolescents, and their families. This position will provide the opportunity to work with a diverse clientele in a supportive, professional environment. The right candidate will be personable, motivated and passionate about their work, and have the knowledge and ability to diagnose mental health disorders using the DSM-5. He/she will have familiarity with trauma-informed, person-centered care and will have the skills to produce timely, concise clinical documentation. The ability to work as a team member within the agency and the community is essential.

Qualified applicants can obtain an application by visiting our website at www.hrcsb.org or by calling (540) 438-7180
Mail completed applications to:
Human Resources Manager
Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board
1241 N. Main Street, Harrisonburg, VA 22802
Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug-Free Workplace

Medical Director / Chief Psychiatrist

Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board (HRCSB) is actively recruiting a Board Certified Psychiatrist to join our team as Medical Director. Candidate will need to have leadership experience and experience/comfort treating children and adolescents as well as adults. The Medical Director provides clinical supervision to a team of 4-5 psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners. Typical work hours are day shift, Monday-Friday, and the position is largely direct care with 10-15% devoted to supervision and chart review. Day to day administrative duties and scheduling are handled by the Medical Practice Manager.

This position offers:
* Competitive Salary
* Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
* Virginia Retirement System and Life Insurance
* Malpractice Insurance

HRCSB is one of 40 community-based public providers of mental health, substance abuse, and developmental disability services throughout Virginia. Harrisonburg City and Rockingham County are centrally located in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley nestled between Alleghany and Blue Ridge Mountain ranges. The city and county offer many opportunities for family activities, cultural experiences and outdoor adventures. Conveniently located, we are only 2 hours away from Virginia’s Capital, Richmond, and the Nation’s Capital. Harrisonburg is known as “the Friendly City” and newcomers to our community quickly find out that it is not uncommon to be greeted with a warm smile.

Chief Financial Officer

The Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board (HRCSB) has an immediate need for a Chief Financial Officer. Established in 1972, HRCSB is quasi-governmental agency that specializes in the treatment of behavioral health and developmental disabilities across the life span; with an operational budget exceeding $12.6 million, employee base of approximately 250 positions, and services delivered to well over 4000 unique individuals in FY2017. The ideal candidate will demonstrate strategic thinking; be able to ensure the financial health of the organization while ensuring operational effectiveness for the future; strong budgeting and forecasting skills related to the annual planning cycle and in-year reporting; expert analytical and modeling capabilities for conversion of information to communicate and influence communication and outcomes; and be able to exercise a high degree of initiative and independence. This position is a member of the leadership team and reports to the Executive Director. CPA license is preferred.
• The CFO monitors and financially accounts for services provided by HRCSB and responsible for all facets of planning, developing, administering, and servicing fiscal operations, including accounting, reimbursement, and payroll. The CFO oversees budgeting, contracting, and is directly responsible for reporting of financial and performance data.
• The CFO proposes and develops the agency’s fiscal policies and procedures, ensuring effective internal controls and supporting the process of revenue cycle management.
• The CFO provides timely and accurate fiscal information to the Executive Director and other leadership, keeps the Executive Director and the Board informed of the agency’s financial position and routinely reports the results of CSB financial operations through financial statements which conform to generally accepted accounting principles.
• The CFO ensures compliance with the Federal, State, local and board fiscal regulations and policies as well as the DBHDS Performance Contract.