The Transition Specialist builds and fosters relationships with community partners (i.e. Rutland Regional Medical Center, law enforcement, schools) around transition needs. The Transition Specialist conducts training, transition and crisis planning, and step up/step down planning. In addition, this position assists CCN teams to ensure eligibility status is determined, both clinically and financially. This position is a liaison for new and existing families, individuals and teams until long term supports are engaged and maintained.
This position is responsible for coordinating all services identified in the Care Plan by assisting families of an individual with a developmental disability. These services will be assisting families with accessing needed medical, educational, social or other services to address children's needs. This position works closely alongside families by advocating for their child in school settings, doctor appointments, and a variety of other settings. This role is a unique opportunity to help families coordinate multiple community-based services and develop a coordinated plan to address assessed needs.
A qualified Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse will offer comprehensive care management, care coordination, health promotion, and transitional care for those receiving medication assisted treatment. This role is part of a professional team that includes a program medical director, social workers, clinicians, case managers, and others, to ensure integrated care for adults experiencing substance use disorder and mental health concerns.
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.
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).
Rutland County Head Start is hiring co-teachers for their new Early Head Start (infant/toddler) program located in Rutland City. As an Early Head Start Toddler Teacher, you will serve as co-teacher in an outcomes-oriented, team environment, and provide safe, healthy, friendly, and developmentally appropriate environments and experiences for infants and toddlers. You will receive support, training, and exceptional professional development.
This position will be responsible for working with participants in the Rutland County Treatment Court (RCTC). The Case Manager is under the general direction of the RCTC Oversight Committee and the Manager of Substance Use Disorder. In general, the RCTC Case Manager will follow all cases of involved participants, support participants in following through on their Individual Treatment Plan, attend RCTC Team meetings and communicate both verbally and in writing to the RCTC Team regarding progress and compliance issues.
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.
We are looking to fill our Service Coordination role on our Home and Specialized Supports Team. 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, 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.
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 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).
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 Intake Coordinator is responsible for ensuring smooth, efficient, person-centered access to services for incoming clients. The Intake Coordinator will work in collaboration with all aspects of Adult Services including the Clinical team, Community Programs, and Substance Use team to ensure clients are connected with appropriate services based on client preferences and clinical recommendations. The Intake Coordinator will be connected with community partners for care continuity, collaboration, and facilitation of future referrals.
The Substance Use Case Manager is responsible for managing an assigned caseload of clients who are engaged with Adult Substance Use Services through coordination of services, provision of supportive counseling, evaluation and assessment of needs. The SUD Case Manager will work closely with the Program Manager, SUD Counselors to identify individuals struggling to maintain engagement in services, and aid/support to address barriers. The SUD Case Manager will collaborate with Community Partners to assist in providing referral and easy access to outpatient SUD services for the community. The SUD 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 Supervisor of Intensive Supports assists with supervision and ongoing support for staff on the intensive supports team. The Intensive Support Supervisor works closely with the Manager to develop, implement programming and services that are supportive, educational, and promote wellness and independence. The supervisor assists with the hiring process of new staff, training, staff supervisions, evaluations, performance issues and on call rotation. A supervisor provides in person support and oversight of services implemented by Direct Support Professionals.
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.
The School Based Case Manager promotes pro-social behaviors and social skills to students within a school-based setting. Provides support to the student to help them achieve academic success. Assist students and families in obtaining recommended service coordination and community support.
The Supervisor of Service Coordination will assist with supervision and ongoing support for staff on the service coordination team. Supervisor will also ensure completion of necessary documentation and compliance with all regulations and help train/maintain job specific skills for the team. A supervisor can provide brief periods of in person work to facilitate health and wellness checks/services for people receiving supports.
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.
Community Care Network is seeking Recovery Specialists on second and third shift 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.
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.
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 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 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
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 email@example.com.
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.
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.
This is a per diem position with a lot of flexibility! Respite Workers provide relief from care-giving responsibilities for families by engaging the child in fun recreational activities that support their interests! Respite Workers develop and maintain close working relationships with Respite Coordinator, as well as, clients and their families to provide coordinated, quality services.
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