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38 Career Opportunities at Community Care Network


The School Based Clinician is responsible for the provision of diagnosis and evaluation, psychotherapy, community supports and service planning and coordination to children in crisis, with severe emotional and behavior disturbances in a school-based setting. The services provided will target to improve social skills, emotional regulation, problem solving and the overall mental health service goals for the child. The clinician will develop and maintain close working relationships with internal and external professional staff to provide coordinated, quality services.

New Posting Residential Developer
The Residential Developer is responsible for recruitment and development of potential home providers and respite providers for individuals with HCBS Waiver Funding or Adult Family Care/Choices for Care Funding, identifying landlords, and other housing options/models within the community. Coordinating referrals and placements for individuals who are interested in a shared living home or other residential models.

New Posting Communications Intern
This internship is great for students or those who want to further their experience in communications. This unpaid internship is part-time and flexible in hours. We are looking for some who can assist our Communications and Community Relations Manager with internal and external communication initiatives.

Community Care Network is seeking Recovery Specialists on all shifts 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.

The Care Transition Coordinator conducts client interviews via telephone, online interface, or face-to-face, gathering demographics, clinical, social, medical, financial, and other information. Data gathered is used for State, Federal, and internal reporting, with a focus on Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI).

The Advanced Practice Registered Nurse works with a team of professional social workers, clinicians, case managers and others to ensure integrated care for adults experiencing substance use disorder and behavioral health concerns. The APRN will provide medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD) for Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) and conduct health screenings as part of a system of integrated care and establish therapeutic relationships with clients to facilitate progress with treatment goals. The APRN will have the demonstrated ability to balance independent clinical decision making with appropriate consultation from providers. X-waiver for prescribing buprenorphine required.

SUD Clinicians are part of a multi-disciplinary treatment team and facilitate a range of outpatient treatment programs and services for those experiencing substance use disorder and co-occurring mental health issues. This licensed professional with advanced skills will serve teens and their families, providing clinical assessment, individual and group psychotherapy, and service coordination and consultation in programs as regulated by the State of Vermont: Department of Health – Division of Substance Use Programs and in accordance with accepted professional and ethical standards.

New Posting IT Generalist
The IT Generalist is responsible for implementing and managing integrated hardware and software technologies solutions for a not-for-profit, community behavioral health and developmental disabilities agency in Rutland, Vermont. This position performs administrative and technical procedures on information technologies. The IT Generalist maintains documentation that covers the following functional areas (systems design, technology administration, network and software support). Duties include troubleshooting/diagnosing computer hardware & software issues and assisting with IT-related problems.

New Posting Dietician
The Dietician is responsible for providing sound advice to staff to promote healthy eating habits and to evaluate dietary treatments of diseases of residents in the program.

Rutland County Head Start is seeking a part-time Administrative Assistant 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 Reach-Up Case Manager is responsible for working with participants in collaboration with the Rutland County Reach-Up Team. The Reach Up-Case Manager 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 Reach Up Case Manager 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 Reach Up Case Manager 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.

The Director of Substance Use is responsible for the supervision of staff within those departments as well as the development and operation of Substance Use Programs. New location on 98 Allen Street coming in April 2023!

Rutland County Head Start is seeking dedicated early childhood education Family Support Specialists 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 Residential Nurse provides coordination of nursing services and medical oversight to Residential Programs including medication delegation and training of all staff and compliance with all medical interventions in the facilities. The Nurse is part of multiple treatment teams working to stabilize individuals, and assist clients with transition back in to the home and community.

The intern will work under close supervision of the Transition Coordinator overseeing the Youth Transition Grant and the Manager of Employment Supports. The Youth Transition Grant Intern will receive ongoing guidance and support from their off-site educator who supervises their field placement. Eighty to ninety percent of the YT Grant Intern’s paid time will be with YT Grant participants, their families, and schools.

The Career Developer carries out the services of the Individual Support Plan and Career Support Plan by identifying individuals’ strengths, abilities, and interests, and develop a strategic plan to match career opportunities for individuals with local employers. In addition, this position will provide direct support to individuals that is consistent with their employment and career goals who are on their case load.

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 Child and Family Outpatient Clinical Supervisor is responsible for providing clinical and administrative supervision of program staff to meet the quality and overall goals of Rutland Mental Health Services. This position meets the program’s uniquely-defined internal/external compliance standards and performance measures.

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.

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 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

The Direct Support Professional (DSP) In Home Support provides support, guidance, assistance to individuals with developmental disabilities within the individual’s home. Supports and services include prompting, encouraging, supporting with Activities of Daily Living, transportation, dietary needs, engagement in social activities, and developing maintaining independent living skills. This position will assist in planning and carrying out individualized behavior plans, and supporting individuals to reach goals identified within the individualized service agreement (ISA).

The Substitute Teacher provides a safe nurturing environment for children 3-5 years old in a Head Start/child care classroom. They ensure compliance with Head Start Performance Standards, federal and state regulations and national accreditation standards and promoted team approach to delivery of early education and care programming.

The position is responsible for providing in-home, family-based clinical and support services to families of domestic violence, substance abuse, abused and/or neglected children, and/or families with severely emotionally disturbed children. The IFBS 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. All services provided will follow the guidelines defined in the DCF Grant. The clinician will develop and maintain close working relationships with internal and external professional staff to provide coordinated, quality services. Hiring range is $52,500 - $60,900, dependent upon experience, licensing, certification, and/or education requirements

The Day Program Outreach Specialist provides support services to consumers through our 12 hours/day 7day a week drop in center. Support services include; supportive counseling, group education, coping skills, and ADL instruction. This position allows for creativity and developing staff areas of interest in how they provide services and supports to individuals. This program is to provide a place and community for consumers to feel safe, learn skills, connect with peers, and identify new areas of interest.

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

This position is 3-5 hours a week. The Family Peer Support Specialist (Maternal MH) is an active member of the Early Childhood Team and provides peer support services to parents requesting support. The Family Peer Support Specialist functions as a role model and support system to pregnant parents or parents of young children. While utilizing their own life experiences, the Family Peer Support Specialist will provide parents with services including peer support and outreach. When appropriate and helpful to the parent, the Family Peer Support Specialist will share relevant personal experiences that foster hope, resiliency and decrease stigmatization of mental illness.

The Transportation Support Specialist (TSS) is responsible for providing transportation to individuals, as identified in their ISA and Career Support Plan. This includes supporting someone to arrive at their employment site and home from the employment site, safely. The TSS may also provide minimal amounts of pre and post shift supports as needed to some individuals.

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.

The Child Outpatient Clinician provides outpatient clinical services to children and families who have unique and individualized needs. The Clinician will provide direct clinical services including the assessment, treatment planning, individual therapy, family therapy and group therapy. In this role the Clinician will work as part of an interdisciplinary team, which includes medical, clinical, case management and in-home supportive services to the children and families served. Hiring range is $52,500 - $60,900, dependent upon experience, licensing, certification, and/or education requirements”

Level 2 Direct Support Professionals carries out the services of the Individual Support Agreement and Career Support Plan by identifying individuals’ strengths, abilities, and interests. In addition, this position will provide direct support to individuals that is consistent with their employment and career goals who are on their case load or assigned.

The Consulting Nurse (RN) is responsible for promoting and ensuring the optimum health of the individuals in Developmental Services; general functions include: nursing services, training and education, record keeping/regulatory compliance, team participation and other duties as needed.

The Behavior Interventionist is responsible for providing mental health services, consultation and behavioral intervention to students with autism or other disorders in the school setting. The BI helps students develop social skills, improve their ability to learn in school, and eliminate or reduce negative or disruptive behaviors.

The Respite Provider is responsible for the provision of a child on an emergency or planned basis, providing relief from care-giving responsibilities for the family. The Respite Provider must assure the program services are facilitated in a person-centered manner and engage the child in recreational activities that support his/her constructive interest and abilities. Additionally, services must be provided in a way that all families can replicate regardless of socioeconomic background. The Respite Provider will develop and maintain close working relationships with Respite Coordinator, as well as, clients and their families to provide coordinated, quality services.

The Mobile Response Clinician will help youth and their families who are experiencing an emotional or behavioral stressor by interrupting the family-defined crisis and ensuring youth and their families are safe and supported. The clinician will provide on-site support, assess for risk, and engage the family in services to promote stabilization. They may also offer some brief treatment to the family or the child. The goal of MRSS is to provide intervention and support at the earliest moment families identify that help is needed in an effort to minimize the likelihood of future crises and supports a child and family’s path to success.

The Mobile Response Case Manager will help youth and their families who are experiencing an emotional or behavioral stressor by interrupting the family-defined crisis and ensuring youth and their families feel safe and supported. The case manager will work with families in their homes or the community to offer behavioral supports, assess gaps in services, and plan for safety. This position will be responsible for assisting the Mobile Response Clinician, working together with the family to facilitate stabilization and cultivate community supports. The goal of MRSS is to provide intervention and support at the earliest moment families identify that help is needed in an effort to minimize the likelihood of future crises and supports a child and family’s path to success.

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. Hiring at $18.00 per hour

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. Hiring range is $19.00 - $22.00 per hour, dependent upon experience, licensing, certification, and/or education requirements