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29 Career Opportunities at Community Care Network


The Intensive Specialist Direct Support Professional will work closely with the client and the team to provide intensive specialized instructional and behavioral treatment and support services to an 18 year old young woman with emotional, behavioral, and developmental disabilities in order to promote healthy and adaptive social, emotional, and behavioral functioning. Responsibilities include providing a professional and individualized support system that helps to supervise, direct, inform, and assess current and prospective needs of client. The main focus is on behavioral management and building independent living skills in an apartment setting. This role requires an enthusiastic, passionate and driven individual to provide coordinated, quality services and carry forth the CCN mission.

Royce Street Residential Facility is a residential home for four 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 individuals programs as well as implementing goals identified by the Individualized Service Agreement (ISA). The atmosphere at this facility is rewarding and very warm.

Direct Support Professionals are responsible for providing the appropriate support and guidance as identified in the individual ISA for dual diagnosis individuals identified for higher need supports. This may include supporting someone in their home / apartment or community or individual’s employment site. Provide individuals with the opportunity to fully experience all facets of community and/or employment life by involving them in activities of their choosing. This position will work closely with individuals to provide intensive specialized instructional and behavioral treatment and support services for emotional, behavioral, and developmental disabilities in order to promote healthy and adaptive social, emotional, and behavioral functioning.

Direct Support Professionals are responsible for providing the appropriate support and guidance as identified in the individual ISA. This may include supporting someone in their home / apartment, community or individual’s employment site. Provide individuals with the opportunity to fully experience all facets of community and/or employment life by involving them in activities of their choosing.

A Lead Coordinator (QDDP) is a liaison between the Director, Managers, Administrative Coordinator, and staff to ensure compliance measures are accurate and complete. A Lead Coordinator assists teams to prepare for ISAs, complete necessary regulatory compliance documentation, and train/maintain job specific skills. A Lead Coordinator can assist with supervision and support for staff. A Lead Coordinator can provide brief periods of in person work (although the Lead maintains a caseload of only 1 person) to facilitate health and wellness checks/services for people receiving supports. This posting is open to internal applicants only.

This position is responsible for providing mental health crisis assessment, intervention and brief treatment services to a diverse population of clients in crisis and will provide appropriate recommendations for care and linkage services for clients requiring on-going treatment. In addition, the Lead Crisis Clinician will be responsible for providing clinical leadership to shift clinicians and training to newer clinicians. This position is available for internal applicants only.

The Case Manager will provide direct clinical services such as: supportive counseling, academic and community support as needed to ensure the integration of educational and therapeutic services for students in a classroom environment.

Rutland Mental Health Services is seeking a qualified individual to facilitate physical and emotional outdoor therapeutic experiences for our clients. The Vermont Outdoor Adventure Program (VOAP), a program within RMHS, is a non-profit outdoor behavioral program that serves youth ages 4-18 by providing individual, family, and group counseling through adventure. A proven alternative to office-based counseling, our services are primarily outdoors, utilizing the natural environment to engage our clients behaviorally, emotionally and physically. Outside of the counseling practice, VOAP provides personalized leadership and team-building programming for school groups K-12. During the summer VOAP runs a high adventure-based summer camp with an emphasis on fun, confidence and self-esteem building, and wilderness adventure. VOAP is looking for an energetic, fun and creative individual who loves the outdoors and working with children. Come join our team and apply now!

We're seeking an IT professional to administer servers and provide support for devices including PCs, tablets and thin clients. Located in the Green Mountains of Vermont, Community Care Network is a consortium of health, human service, employment and rehabilitation programs. We employ and contract with more than 300 people, offering a wide variety of employment opportunities for individuals interested in helping meet the many needs of our community.

The Human Resources Manager is responsible for all matters involving administration of human resources policies and processes throughout the Agency. Located in the Green Mountains of Vermont, Community Care Network is a consortium of health, human service, employment and rehabilitation programs. We employ and contract with more than 300 people, offering a wide variety of employment opportunities for individuals interested in helping meet the many needs of our community.

Rutland Mental Health is seeking a dynamic individual with expertise working with children and families that have experienced complex trauma and poverty.

Rutland County Head Start Early Care and Education is Hiring for the Lead Teacher Position!

Rutland County Head Start Early Care and Education is hiring for the Assistant Teacher Position!

We are looking for passionate, dedicated team members to join Rutland County Head Start Early Care and Education!

The Adult Behavioral Health Clinician provides outpatient clinical services to adults who struggle with diagnosed mental illness.

The Residential Recovery Specialist will work with individuals suffering from mental illness and/or substance use disorders in a residential facility environment.

The Residential Recovery Specialist per diem position would sub between our community outreach, crisis, and recovery residents. All shifts needed including, some weekends and holidays. There are no guaranteed hours, on an as-needed basis. No benefits are included. Pay rate is $16.00/hour.

The successful candidate will provide oversight and case management services to children and families who suffer from emotional, behavioral and mental health challenges in order to facilitate safety, stability, and well-being.

The Behavioral Health and Wellness Clinician promotes and offers integrated care services related to screening, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of mental and substance use disorders, co-occurring physical health conditions and chronic diseases to children and youth with, or at risk for, serious emotional disturbance.

This position is responsible for providing mental health crisis assessment, intervention and brief treatment services to a diverse population of clients in crisis.

Internship with Child and Family Team in Developmental Disability Services

We have several positions available within our contracted schools as well as under a new grant through the State of Vermont. Hours may include some evening hours.

We are looking to fill our Service Coordination role. This position is responsible for developing services, monitoring effectiveness, maintaining required documentation and meeting regulatory and quality guidelines. You will work closely alongside a team of people to help provide the person-centered service. Ideal candidate will be committed to positive solution based thinking, and dedicated to supporting individuals to lead thriving lives and excited by challenges. We are seeking someone who is willing to help facilitate community inclusion, life skills, positive relationships and self-advocacy.

Are you ready to make a difference in the lives of children and families? Are you excited about growing professionally in the field of early childhood education?

Support other community members with developmental disabilities in their home, in the community, and/or at their place of employment based on their needs, interests and goals. As a team member, you will play an important role in our mission to assist people to gain independence, build natural supports & relationships, and equality within the community. No experience is necessary; extensive training is provided. Potential job requirements may include personal care, valid driver's license, and transportation in your personal vehicle.

Internship opportunity for an undergraduate student seeking experience in a Community Mental Health setting supporting children and families.

Provide direct behavior intervention under the oversight of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to a student/students in a school/community setting.

Provide a safe nurturing environment for children 3-5 years old in a Head Start/child care classroom.