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11 Career Opportunities at Community Care Network

$2,000 sign on bonus! The Crisis Social Worker/Therapist/Clinician provides an opportunity to support people in crisis connect with all resources to meet their treatment goals.

A NAEYC-accredited, 5 STARS (Vermont) early childhood education and family services program in Rutland, Vermont seeks an experienced Director to lead its success and growth.

New Posting Registered Nurse/LPN
We are looking for a Registered Nurse/LPN who passionate about providing top care to a small group of patients. This unique facility provides opportunities for nursing staff to use their technical skills of nursing and building relationships with residents and staff in a close community. In assuring the optimum health of individuals at Westview Court, the Registered Nurse will provide assessments, nursing services,record keeping, administer medication, and will assist in development and updating the health care plan. This position will require you to respond to emergency situations appropriately and demonstrate working knowledge of various therapies.

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

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.

Utilizing the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) our teams inspire, instill hope, and change lives.

The Case Manager serves clients primarily by direct intervention at the family-school community interface through professional assessment, service planning, evaluation, and case management.

Join our growing, comprehensive, integrated, and family-centered early childhood program. We embrace a unified approach that fosters teamwork and engages in partnership with families.

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.

On call opportunity to assist people in crisis connect with all resources needed 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.

Bachelor's level intern opportunity!