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25 Career Opportunities at Community Care Network

Join the Rutland Mental Health Services Child and Family Division! The Outpatient Clinician provides diagnosis and evaluation, psychotherapy, community supports and service planning and coordination to children and families.

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

The Community Care Network seeks a dynamic HR professional to work closely with senior HR management in supporting designated program areas.

The Clinical Records Auditor facilitates the processing of patient information both incoming and outgoing and ensures completeness of the electronic medical record.

This position is located in Bennington County. The Elder Care Clinician is responsible for coordinating services, providing supportive counseling, evaluating and assessing needs within the living, learning and working requirements for assigned clients. The Clinician provides outreach mental health services to home bound elders with suspected mental health issues.

An exciting opportunity for a skilled provider is available on the Child & Family Team. Position entails serving children across the developmental span with their behavioral, emotional and social needs.

Intern opportunity at Rutland County Head Start! This position is unpaid.

Unpaid Intern 20 hours a week CCN is looking for an IT intern who is interested in a tech career. CCN utilizes a virtual environment made up of Citrix and Terminal Server accessed by thin clients. Supporting about 400 staff the individual will be working with a team to document and streamline processes. The wide range of duties will cover setting up new users and equipment to Active Directory and group policy maintenance.

The BSS will work with both individual and groups of children to support skill development in social and emotional development in the classroom environment.

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

This position reports to the Director of Emergency Services and is responsible for working as part of an interdisciplinary team to provide staff development as well as mental health crisis assessment, intervention and brief treatment services to a diverse population of clients in crisis.

Provide direct behavior intervention under the oversight of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to children with Autism.

Volunteer- InterAge Adult Day Program is a full service program serving Rutland County adults 18 and older with cognitive and/or chronic medical issues.

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

Provide peer support services to adults who experience acute psychiatric episodes at the Crisis Stabilization and Inpatient Diversion and MapleWood Recovery Residence facilities.

Full-time opportunity to assist people in crisis connect with all resources to help meet their treatment needs. Be part of a multidisciplinary team of community resources, local community hospital, and local law enforcement to assist individuals experiencing a crisis. $2000 sign-on bonus!

Clinician to work with diverse range of school-aged children. $2000 sign-on bonus!

Work intensively one on one with children and their families.

Provide support services to adults who experience acute psychiatric episodes in a new short-term, four bed residential program.

Provide support services to adults who experience acute psychiatric episodes in a short-term, 4 bed crisis program.

Full-time opportunity. Join our team of dedicated and inspiring individuals who provide skills coaching to adults who are recovering from a mental illness.

The Community Rehabilitation & Treatment Program is seeking a dedicated, team oriented and Recovery based individual to join our team.

Unique opportunity for a Registered Nurse to support six individuals with Development Disabilities and prominent medical needs in their shared home.

Experience with and demonstrated skill assisting children ages 3 to 22 with emotional and behavioral difficulties.

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.