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34 Career Opportunities at Community Care Network


The Director oversees the Substance Use Disorder Program. The Director oversees staff consisting of Counselors, Case Managers, Clinicians, and the Impaired Driving Rehabilitation Program. The Director is responsible for assuring that operational mandates and standards for excellence are met. Overall operating responsibility for fiscal and regulatory compliance, and ensuring the programs are strategically positioned for the future.

Community Care Network is searching for a part time, 20 hours per week Substance Use Disorder Clinician to join our team! The Substance Use Disorder Clinician is responsible for the provision of clinical services to client(s) as assigned and to conduct these services in accordance with accepted professional and ethical standards. The services provided with assist in meeting the overall mental health and substance use disorder service goals of Rutland Mental Health, Inc. The clinician will develop and maintain close working relationships with internal and external professional staff and stakeholders to provide coordinated, quality services.

We are looking to fill a Bridge Care Coordinator position. 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.

The Early Childhood team at Community Care Network seeks an experienced Case Manager to serve children birth to six and their families. The Case Manager will provide emotional, behavioral, and relational interventions to young children, families, and child care programs. Comfort and experience working with families to achieve desired outcomes is necessary. There are some urgent care situations, but no "On Call" or weekend work required. Highlights of this team include strong supervision by licensed clinical social workers and a fun team co-located in a beautiful homelike setting. Services are provided in the office, community, and homes.

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.

New Posting Career Developer
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.

We are looking for a Transition Coordinator who is passionate about working alongside of transitioned-aged youth in finding and maintaining employment within their desired goals. Transition Coordinator is responsible for building and maintaining relationships with community partners, namely local high schools and their transition teams, as well as with internal agency post-secondary programs, i.e Project SEARCH and College Steps and driving metrics which support program outcomes.

The Director oversees senior volunteer programs for Rutland Community Programs: RSVP and The Volunteer Center, One-2-One, and Green Mountain Foster Grandparents. Rutland Community Programs is a not-for-profit organization operating under the Community Care Network umbrella. The Director oversees a small team of program coordinators and is responsible for assuring that operational mandates and standards for excellence are met in the primarily grant-funded programs. Overall operating responsibility for fiscal and regulatory compliance, and ensuring the programs are strategically positioned for the future.

The Emergency Services Clinician/ Law Enforcement Liaison will work with core emergency services team and law enforcement to identify clients in need of services and to take a more proactive approach in meeting program demands.

The Education Manager will lead overall planning and implementation of curriculum and classroom operation, child outcomes assessment systems, as well as training and professional development initiatives. This position will also focus on incorporating best practices and promoting ongoing quality improvement in delivery of services.

The Consulting Nurse 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.

Provide direct behavior intervention under the oversight of a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to a student/students in a school/community setting. Implement interventions outlined in the ABA treatment plan, functional behavior assessment, and IEP. Record data and monitor behavior progress. Meet regularly with supervisor to discuss concerns and progress. Attend family, school, and team meetings, as needed. Utilize a variety of strategies including, but not limited to, discrete trial training, naturalistic, and incidental teaching methods.

The Mobile Response Manager is responsible for the oversight of the mobile response program operation. This position will provide leadership including administrative and clinical supervision of staff, scheduling coverage of the Mobile Response Services schedule, building collaborations with the Agency and community partners.

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 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.

Provide assistance and support to the Lead and Assistant Teachers to deliver developmentally appropriate curriculum individualized to each child.

The Mobile Response Clinician will be deployed to support families and children within Rutland County when support is requested. This position will provide onsite support through positive behavioral support, WRAP around approach, evidence-based practices…etc. Supports will be deployed on an as needed bases with additional follow up supports and services. This position will be responsible for deploying supportive counseling and skill building

The Mobile Response Case Manager will be deployed to support families and children within Rutland County when support is requested. This position will provide onsite support through positive behavioral support, WRAP around approach, evidence-based practices…etc. Supports will be deployed on an as needed bases with additional follow up supports and services. This position will be responsible for assisting the Mobile Response Clinician and deploying supportive counseling and skill building.

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.

Westview Court 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.

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.

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!

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

The Community Recovery Specialist will work with individuals suffering from mental illness and/or substance use disorders in the community. This role may assess incoming clients, review client's rights, responsibilities, guideline and services, in accordance with established protocol. Additionally the Community Recovery Specialist will support therapeutic programming, facilitate independent living skills, facilitate wellness groups, provide medication oversight, and electronically chart notes.

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.

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?

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

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