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This position provides administrative support for the Developmental Services division. This position is for internal applicants only!

Career Support Professionals carry out the services of the Individual Support Agreement and Career Support Plan by identifying individuals’ strengths, abilities, and interests. The Career Support Professional provides direct support to individuals on their caseload or as assigned that is consistent with their employment and career goals. In addition, Career Support Professional will maintain a caseload of individuals that they are responsible for contacting individuals, parents and/or guardians, and employers in relationship to direct placed employment.

New Posting Family Advocate
The Family Advocate delivers high quality, respectful and individualized support, while providing resources and referrals to social services for families enrolled in Head Start (preschool) and Early Head Start (infant/ toddlers). The Family Advocate supports recruitment and enrollment of new families. The Family Advocate facilitates implements the Parent Family Community Engagement Framework and supports families in developing goals to support their family and their children's development. The Family Advocate uses ethnically & culturally responsive approaches to problem solving for children and families, participates in development and delivery of parent education materials and classes, supports parents in accessing resources and information for supporting child development and learning, and to empower families who have experienced stress or adverse experiences.

The Community Rehabilitation and Treatment Case Manager is responsible for managing an assigned caseload of clients with major, severe, recurrent and long-term mental health disorders through coordination of services, provision of supportive counseling, evaluation and assessment of needs. The CRT Case Manager shall maintain a close working relationship with all members of the treatment team in order to ensure delivery to clients of comprehensive treatment in an efficient and expedient manner.

The Intensive Direct Support Professional (IDSP) is responsible for providing the appropriate support and guidance as identified in the Individual Support Agreement (ISA) for dual diagnosis individuals identified for high need supports. The IDSP provides support within the individual’s home environment; prompting, supporting, and encouraging completion of Activities of Daily Living, getting to and from appointments, engagement in social activities, and developing/maintaining independent living skills (i.e. grocery shopping). This position also provides opportunity for preferred community engagement. The IDSP is vigilant in providing quality intensive specialized instruction, behavioral intervention, and support services to promote emotional and behavioral health. The IDSP attends team meetings, completes required documentation and contributes to the development of Behavior Support Plans and Individual Support Agreements.

The Level 2 Direct Support Professional is an entry level position for which all training is provided. This position provides direct support to individuals with developmental disabilities so they can maintain employment. The DSP II works with individuals on identified goals emphasizing individuals’ strengths, abilities, and interests.

Rutland County Head Start is seeking dedicated early childhood education Teacher Assistants to join our comprehensive, integrated, and family-centered early childhood program. Rutland County Head Start embraces a unified approach that fosters teamwork and engages in partnership with the children and families we serve.

The Manager of Service Coordination is responsible for the leadership, planning, administration, and oversight of the DS Family Managed Respite Program, Flexible Family Funding Program, as well as overseeing general supports for individuals receiving home and community-based services (HCBS) Shared Living, and fee for services (FFS). This position provides supervision and ongoing support to direct reports.

The Administrative Assistant performs a wide range of administrative and office support functions for the Front Desk/Reception. This position collaborates with staff, the community, stakeholders and clients in an office/program setting to facilitate efficient operations.

We are currently hiring all interested applicants for the Fall 2024 - Spring 2025 school year! Rutland County Head Start is seeking dedicated early childhood education Lead Teachers to join our comprehensive, integrated, and family-centered early childhood program. Rutland County Head Start embraces a unified approach that fosters teamwork and engages in partnership with the children and families we serve.

We are currently hiring all interested applicants for the Fall 2024 - Spring 2025 school year! Rutland County Head Start is seeking dedicated early childhood education Teacher Assistants to join our comprehensive, integrated, and family-centered early childhood program. Rutland County Head Start embraces a unified approach that fosters teamwork and engages in partnership with the children and families we serve.

The Senior Administrative Assistant provides reception/front desk services and administrative support to all CCN visitors and staff. The Senior Administrative Assistant is responsible for filling in for, coordinating the schedules, and training the front desk staff. Some duties will vary based on location.

The Emergency Services Case Manager position is primarily responsible for responding to incoming calls to the Emergency Services crisis line: triage calls, make preliminary assessments, transfer calls to crisis clinicians, disseminate information regarding community resources; participating in community based responses to in-person crisis needs in partnership with crisis clinicians; and maintaining a small caseload for short term case management supports for clients who recently engaged with emergency services.

The Per Diem Community Outreach Specialist provides support services to consumers residing in an independent housing program and in the community. The support services include coordinating client case management, planning and carrying out goals of individual’s treatment plan/ISA, goal setting, training independent living skills, and supporting individuals’ overall mental health stability and general wellbeing. The Per Diem Community Outreach Specialist will provide transportation of day-to-day appointments as needed. This support service assists individuals to reside independently in the community through skill development and education. This position allows for interfacing with a variety of individuals with differing needs and approaches.

Rutland County Head Start is hiring summer camp teachers for 8-week positions June to August. The lead teacher will develop a fun, summer curriculum for children in our preschool program. It is the same high-quality classrooms but focused on summer fun! We are seeking two experienced teachers, each to lead a classroom for the summer camp classes 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. with two hours prep time at the end of every day. You will receive support and guidance in developing your classroom lesson plans and learning activities. You will work with two assistants in each classroom with 15 children maximum. You will work at our Meadow Street Head Start Center in Rutland City. This is a short-term position, and the salary is $22-$25 per hour depending on education and credentials. There are no benefits, but you may apply for a longer-term position starting in Fall 2024. Successful completion of a criminal history background check after hire.

The IFBS Case Manager or Clinician is responsible for providing in-home, family-based support services to families of domestic violence, substance abuse, abused and/or neglected children, and/or families with severely emotionally disturbed children. The IFBS Case Manager or Clinician will provide family-focused services to the parents of children involved with Department of Children and Families (DCF) or other identified families. The overall goal of services is to strengthen parenting skills, emotional responsiveness, and improve communication within the family.

The Wellness Coordinator (Reach-Up Case Manager)is responsible for working with participants in collaboration with the Rutland County Reach-Up Team. The Wellness Coordinator is under the general direction of the Rutland Reach-Up Supervisor, and the agency/clinical supervision of the Adult Outpatient Program at Community Care Network. The Wellness Coordinator provides supportive counseling, service coordination, referral, and consultation services to adults referred by the Rutland Reach Up Team, in need of mental health and/or substance abuse counseling. The Wellness Coordinator utilizes best practices based on assessed needs, goals, and client preferences. Case Management services can include both individual and group supports. Consistent individual supervision weekly, in addition to a weekly group supervision structure.

This position is responsible for providing mental health crisis assessment, intervention and brief treatment services to a diverse population of clients in crisis. In addition, the crisis clinician will provide appropriate recommendations for care and linkage services for clients requiring on-going treatment. Emergency services are available to client’s 24/hours a day, 7 days a week.


The Assistant Director of Developmental Services is responsible for the day to day functioning of the Developmental Services program. The Assistant provides direction, supervision, coaching, and direction in critical thinking and problem solving to DS Leadership. The Assistant Director oversees the quality and compliance of programming and field work. In addition, the Assistant Director provides leadership to the Developmental Services team emphasizing staff’s quality of life and job satisfaction.

The Advanced Practice Registered works with a team of professional social workers, clinicians, case managers and others to ensure integrated care for adults experiencing serious mental illness. As a member of the client care team, the APRN will establish therapeutic relationships in order to facilitate client progress with treatment goals. To be effective, the APRN will have the demonstrated ability to balance independent clinical decision making with appropriate consultation from providers.

Located at SASH affordable housing site(s) and an active member of the SASH team including the SASH Coordinator and Wellness Nurse (RN), the SASH Clinician provides whole-person care coordination and support targeted to individual participants as well as the SASH population as a whole. Specific interventions by the SASH Clinician will be flexible to meet the needs identified at each panel (up to 100 Participants).

The Child Outpatient Clinician is responsible for providing clinical services to meet the customer service, quality and overall goals of Rutland Mental Health Services. Meet the program’s uniquely-defined internal/external compliance standards and performance measures. Develop and maintain close working relationships with internal/external professional staff to provide quality coordinated services. Provide direct service to clients and families. Services shall include, but are not limited to clinical assessment, treatment planning, service planning and coordination, community supports and individual, family and group psychotherapy sessions. Provide appropriate professional development leadership and training to clinical and other agency staff as defined by Child and Family Outpatient Program Manager.

The School Based Clinician is responsible for the provision of diagnosis and evaluation, psychotherapy, community supports, service planning, and coordination to all children who are needing additional mental health supports. Those services can include crisis interventions, trauma informed supports and resources, which are embedded directly into the child's school and therefore more easily accessed.

Community Care Network is seeking Day Shift and Overnight Shift Recovery Specialists to support individuals living with chronic mental health and/or substance use challenges! This position is great for students or those who want to further their experience in the human service industry. We are looking for staff who can assist in motivating and encouraging individuals toward integration into the community.

This is a per diem position. This position is responsible for providing mental health crisis assessment, intervention and brief treatment services to a diverse population of clients in crisis. In addition, the crisis clinician will provide appropriate recommendations for care and linkage services for clients requiring on-going treatment. Emergency services are available to client’s 24/hours a day, 7 days a week.

The Adult Behavioral Health Clinician provides evaluation, treatment, and consultation services to adults seeking clinical support from Rutland County. This position works with individuals from 18years of age through elder adults utilizing best practices based on assessed needs, goals, and client preferences. This position provides significant opportunity for growth, creativity, and exploration of professional interests. Clinical services include both individual and group psychotherapy. Consistent individual supervision toward licensure is available weekly, in addition to a weekly group supervision structure. Both internal and external training is provided based on programmatic needs and individual interests. Hiring range is $52,500 - $60,900, dependent upon experience, licensing, certification, and/or education requirements

Rutland County Head Start is seeking dedicated early childhood education Substitute Teachers to join our comprehensive, integrated, and family-centered early childhood program. Rutland County Head Start embraces a unified approach that fosters teamwork and engages in partnership with the children and families we serve.

To apply for an internship with Community Care Network, please complete our full application and attach a copy of your resume. If you have any questions please contact our Recruiter, Kristina at (802) 770-5424 or by emailing kshaw@rmhsccn.org. Community Care Network partners with students to provide internship hours and field instruction necessary to complete their degree. Internships vary depending on a student's level of education and specialty. The intern will work under close supervision of on-site professional in the agency. Intern will receive ongoing guidance and support from off-site educator who supervisors their field placement.

This is a per diem position (2-16 hours per week depending on case load) with a lot of flexibility! Respite Providers provide relief from care-giving responsibilities for families by engaging the child in fun recreational activities that support the interest and abilities of the child. Respite services typically occur after school hours including evenings and weekends. In general, services should be provided in a way that most families can replicate regardless of socioeconomic background.

North End Ranch is a residential home for individuals with developmental disabilities. Direct Support Professionals assists individuals in a variety of day-to-day tasks, such as but not limited to: transportation, medical management, dietary needs, personal care and more. This position will assist in planning and carrying out individual programs as well as implementing goals identified by the Individualized Service Agreement (ISA). The atmosphere at this facility is rewarding and very warm.