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|Position||Integrated Case Manager|
We help people with mental illness living in the metropolitan area lead quality lives as an accredited, not-for-profit, health and human services organization. Our history of developing innovative services dates back to the 1970s.
This position is responsible for helping individuals in Ramsey County, who have serious and persistent mental illness, lead self-directed lives by providing individualized, ongoing support services. Working as part of an inter-disciplinary team, the Case Manager must continually assess and respond to changes in the service needs of the clients. These services are provided in the field, wherever they are needed.
For detailed job description information go to: http://guildincorporated.org/careers/jobs/
|Contact||Application Instructions Mail: Guild Incorporated Attn: Human Resources 130 South Wabasha St. Suite 90 Saint Paul, MN 55107 Fax: 651.450.2221 Email: email@example.com Website: www.guildincorporated.org|
|Agency||CATHOLIC CHARITIES of ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS|
|Position||Assessment Specialists - full time|
We are looking for dynamic, talented and experienced professionals who are seeking work in a rewarding and fast-paced environment. If you have a passion for working on behalf of those most in need in the Twin Cities and you meet the duties and qualifications stated below we want to hear from you. Excellent benefits.
Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work (Macro Level), Social Science, Law, Housing or related discipline. Five (5) years experience managing client services in a related setting. In lieu of degree, seven (7) years of experience in a similar program service area.
|Contact||Please send Cover letter and resume to: Joyce Bartels|
Please specify "Assessment Specialist" in the subject line of your email when applying
|Position||Independent Living Skills (ILS) Worker|
Responsibilities: The ILS Worker works directly with Outreach clients, their communities, case managers and co-workers taking into account the areas of services, designated hours and community support. *Case management: Working with the clients using a holistic approach, assisting them in living skills, behavioral management, and program services. *ILS: Working with clients on developing and implementing independent living skills. Receiving input from co-workers on client goal setting, following through on goals and collecting goal data. *Household: Coaching and working with the clients on emergency situations, completing all necessary paperwork and working with the clients to live in their homes as independently as possible. *Training: Training through in-servicing, role modeling and staff meetings in the area of program services including: ILS goal areas, behavioral plans or approaches, documentation and client approach/rapport. *Meetings: Meeting with the Restart Outreach staff on a bi-weekly basis.
for a complete job description go to: http://restartincmn.org/join-our-staff/
|Contact||Email resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org, fax to Cherene Ahlstrom at (952) 767-3351 or you may fill out an application which can be found on our website.|
|Agency||MN DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH|
|Position||Student Intern, Youth Violence Prevention|
Youth Violence Prevention week – Intern will assist the Youth Violence Prevention Coordinator with planning and scheduling activities for youth violence prevention week. Duties will include reviewing and adapting the national youth violence prevention tool kit for local use and coordinating activities and events for YVP week including identifying and securing community partnerships. The Intern will also assist with developing a marketing strategy and will coordinate any promotional activities developed to raise awareness about youth violence prevention week and activities scheduled.
Summer 612 - Internship activities will include working closely with youth violence prevention coordinator and key partners to develop the theme, project design and selection of summer 612 grantees. The intern will also assist with developing marketing and promotion strategies for any products developed by grantees. Intern will support planning and event promotion activities through sites like Facebook and Twitter as well as contributing articles to various blogs. Intern will research and secure promotional opportunities for Summer 612 at local events. The intern will help to plan and coordinate the end of summer showcase event for 250 people. The intern will create and edit grantee project stories and will assist with marketing Summer 612 project stories to local print, radio, TV, and internet outlets. Intern will prepare weekly updates and reports for key partners on progress and promotional activities.
Key Partners include Minneapolis Public Schools working with Summer 612 grantees, Minneapolis Public Library, Downtown Improvement District and other Community Blueprint stakeholders. Intern should have some weekend/evening availability and reliable transportation. Must be punctual and have the ability to work in a team setting.
Hattie Wiysel 612-673-3528 or Hattie.Wiysel@minneapolismn.gov
|Link||For detailed information: http://www.minneapolismn.gov/health/grants/internships|
|Position||Case Manager 1|
People Incorporated Mental Health Services is a Twin Cities-based nonprofit providing a spectrum of services through more than 60 programs in the greater metro area. Promoting and securing independence for people with mental illness is our mission, and it means that we provide people with mental illness with the help they need to avoid hospitalization and institutionalization and live hopeful, meaningful lives in the community. We’re known for creating innovative services tailored to the needs of each individual–and we’ve been doing it successfully for more than 40 years.
for a complete job posting:
|Agency||GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY - Center for Child and Human Development|
|Position||Director of Mental Health Policy and Planning|
Director of Mental Health Policy and Planning: The Director of Mental Health Policy and Planning holds a faculty position at the Georgetown University Medical Center and will work in Washington, DC. The director is responsible for leading the TA Center’s mental health policy and planning in the overall work of the TA Center. This position is designed to increase the capacity of states, tribes and communities to offer effective mental health services for children and families.
Position Duties: Providing technical assistance to states, communities, tribes, families and national organizations on system reform strategies that involve mental health; conducting relevant research/evaluation, and disseminating findings; participating on national task forces to provide a cross-system voice in policy discussions; facilitating collaboration between mental health and other child serving systems and organizations; partnering with other organizations and national resource centers on specific initiatives to maximize resources and share innovative practices; producing seminal system reform documents and providing training on them. In addition, the Director of Mental Health Policy and Planning participates in other TA Center activities such as state policy academies, biennial training institutes, national TA conference calls, and intensive coaching/TA for individual states.
Qualifications: MSW, DSW, PhD or related terminal degree. At least 5 years experience in the mental health system and in building cross-agency service systems. A successful candidate will have the ability to lead, work successfully with disparate groups, build partnerships, and to think systemically, analytically and strategically. Candidates need to demonstrate a commitment to system of care values and have experience in systems and service delivery at state and community levels, possess deep knowledge and understanding of: mental health programs, laws, policies, and mandates; childhood mental health disorders; and promising, evidence-based and trauma informed practices and interventions for children and youth in various child serving systems. The candidate must be proficient in oral and written communication as well as in facilitation, training, conducting workshops and presentations.
|Contact||For further information, contact:|
Jim Wotring, Director
National Technical Assistance Center for Children’s Mental Health
|Link||Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, CV and salary requirements to email@example.com by April 1, 2014. Georgetown University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer fully dedicated to achieving a diverse faculty and staff.|
Provide assessment, referral and short-term counseling services; develop and implement educational presentations, articles and other written materials as needed; assess EAP needs of organization/entity and market services; provide consultation services to managers and supervisors; provide Critical Incident Stress Management Services as needed; maintain industry standards for providing services, maintain accurate and complete records. Responsible for high level of customer satisfaction for all services. The position does require the ability to work at multiple work sites and some travel is required.
One year EAP and three three years of short term counseling experience preferred.
For more detailed information and to apply, go to: http://jobs.startribune.com/job/178853/eap-counselor/
|Agency||RESOURCE EMPLOYMENT ACTION CENTER|
|Position||Business and Community Relations Coordinator|
Market program services and establish cooperative partnerships with metro area employers. Coordinate placement efforts across programs. Coordinate recruitment, training, recognition, involvement and effective communication with program mentors and volunteers.
|Contact||Mail/fax/email resume to: Louann Lanning, 6715 Minnetonka Blvd, Suite 212., St. Louis Park, MN 55426 / 612.752.8401/ firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Link||for detailed job description: http://www.resource-mn.org/jobs-at-resource/business-community-relations-coordinator/|
|Agency||RESCARE NORTHWEST RESIDENCE|
|Position||Awake Overnight Living Skills Coach II or III|
ResCare Northwest Residence is a 10-bed intensive residential treatment program located in Brooklyn Center, MN. We provide 24-hour mental health and chemical health services to clients with severe and persistent mental illness. Some clients have co-occurring chemical health needs.
|Contact||How To Apply:|
Please contact Vanessa Heit, Clinical Director at Vanessa.Heit@ResCare.com
|Agency||EVERGREEN - Youth & Family Services|
|Position||Mental Health Therapist & Clinical Supervisor|
For a complete job description including qualifications, contact Karie Barry at
|Contact||Director, Evergreen Youth & Family Services, PO Box 662, Bemidji, MN 56619 or email email@example.com.|
DIRECT SUPERVISOR: Evergreen Youth Services Program Director
|Agency||MINNEAPOLIS HEART INSTITUTE FOUNDATION|
The Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation (MHIF) is a nonprofit organization that strives to improve people’s lives through the highest quality cardiovascular research and education. We exist to create a world without heart disease. Our groundbreaking research and innovative education programs reach thousands of people locally, nationally, and globally. The Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation finds its home on the Abbott Northwestern Hospital campus.
Location: Twin Cities Metro Activity Area: Health and/or Disease Related
Category: Administration Support Services Closing Date: open until filled
Job Type: Full Time Salary: Market
Hours: Mon-Fri 40 hours
Position Summary: The Research Associate works under the direct supervision of credentialed staff members. The position will support the ongoing needs of clinical research trials, research databases, and other research projects by collecting and entering patient data into study data systems. This position may also assist with other clerical support. Primary Responsibilities: 1. Data collection and analysis a) Abstract patient data from medical record or other source documents .b) Enter study required data into registry, database or other study system. c) Records visit data onto study forms. d) Draft text and/or charts for abstracts, manuscripts or poster presentations. e) Conduct literature reviews on assigned topics.2. Screening and Consenting a) Screen subjects for clinical studies collaborating with a Clinical Research Coordinator b) Consent subjects for registries and studies collaborating with a Clinical Research Coordinator
Experience and Qualification Requirements: • High school diploma or GED equivalent required. Bachelor’s degree preferred.• Data management experience in a hospital and/or medical setting preferred. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Self-starter who is able to deal with ambiguity and changing priorities. • Able to self-direct work, referring questions or concerns as appropriate. Able to organize work and manage time to efficiently complete assigned tasks. • Strong customer/client service orientation, with strong problem-solving skills and an ability to navigate competing priorities/interests.• Proficient in the use of business software and applications. • Strong written and oral communication skills, numerical aptitude and attention to detail.
|Link||To Apply: Visit our website www.mplsheart.org or to apply directly, please click on the following link: https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=8229691|
180 DEGREES, INC.
|Position||Case Worker - Halfway House|
80 Degrees has been "Turning Lives Around To Ensure Safer Communities" in Minnesota since 1973. We are committed to our clients’ success, building on their own inherent strengths and resiliency through the coaching and encouragement of our experienced and compassionate professionals. We offer life skills development and enrichment, educational engagement, personal accountability, and therapeutic mental health programs for youth, adults and families. 180 Degrees actively addresses the challenges faced by youth and adults who are currently involved or at risk of involvement in the justice system. We employ best practices and proven therapeutic, intervention and prevention strategies in our programming. Our skilled professionals are leaders in the collective community commitment to reducing racial disparities in the juvenile justice system. We offer multidisciplinary alternatives to detention and supportive accountability strategies to help our clients realize their highest potential. By reducing the overall use of costly, ineffective detention placements, we are reducing the risk of future harm while supporting youth of all cultures to thrive.
for detailed job description, visit: http://www.180degrees.org/employment#
Location: Twin Cities Metro Activity Area: Human Services and/or Youth Development
|Contact||How To Apply:|
To apply please send Cover Letter and Resume to: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 612-813-5039 Mail: 236 Clifton Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55403 www.180degrees.org
|Description||We need motivated, friendly, and outgoing Behavior Therapists who are interested in working with wonderful children with autism and other related disabilities, and their families and friends.|
Why work at BDI?
Learn incredibly effective teaching techniques based on years of scientific research. We will train you to work with children who engage in a variety of challenging behaviors. Through the use of many positively based techniques you will part of a team of highly trained staff who are able to :
- use positive reinforcement strategies to help children engage in a wide variety of appropriate behavior so that they can be fully functioning members of their family and school
- take a child who engages in high frequency, intense challenging behaviors and teach them to be calm, happy learners
- teach a child who avoids most instructions to calmly follow instructions
- teach a child who has no or limited communication skills to effectively communicate using a variety of methods
- teach a child who has no or few play skills to make productive use of their free time
- help a child who avoids most or all social interactions to look forward to being with others
- The teaching techniques you will learn can be used to work with any child in any setting
|Contact||f you are interested in learning more about the services BDI provides, the|
employee benefits available, wage information, or would like to fill out an
application please visit
|Agency||FERNBROOK FAMILY CENTER|
|Position||School Link Mental Health Therapist|
|Description||Fernbrook Family Center has been awarded a 5 year grant from the MN Department of Human Services to provide mental health services in schools throughout Southeastern Minnesota. Our services are not only focused on the individual, but also on equipping the family with the resources and skills to improve student functioning. Currently we are seeking licensed professionals to provide trauma informed developmentally appropriate therapeutic interventions.|
Preferred Skills: Bilingual, experience working with children
Requirements: Qualified applicants must possess a valid clinical license in Minnesota (LICSW, LPCC, LMFT, LP). Training/education in individual, marital and family therapy, diagnostic assessments and knowledge of the family-based service concept a plus. Must have reliable transportation, and a valid driver's license, acceptable driving record based on agency driver eligibility requirements, acce
|Contact||To apply: Please email a copy of your resume to email@example.com or call 507-446-0431|
Mental Health Practitioner
Organizational Summary: Therapy Connections, LLC, offers counseling, therapy, and Children's Therapeutic Services and Supports (CTSS) services for individuals, couples, and families who would like assistance in dealing with issues, problems, or stressors in their lives.
Contact Therapy Connections for a complete job posting.
Deadline: Open until filled
|Contact||Contact: Please email a cover letter and resume to Rachel@therapy-connections.com|
|Position||Rapid Re-Housing Case Manager|
For detailed job description and information contact or call:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-222-3741
|Contact||To apply, send letter of interest, resume, and salary requirements to:|
Human Resources, YWCA St. Paul
375 Selby Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55102
fax: (651) 222-6307
phone: (651) 222-3741
|Agency||AMERY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER|
Department: Behavioral Health
EOE: All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.
Please send your resume/portfolio directly to ARMC's HR Recruiter via the address below or via email, email@example.com.