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Augusta Area Positions
PruittHealth Hospice is searching for two talented, licensed, full-time Social Workers to provide direct clinical care to our
patients, families and caregivers in facility and in-home settings. We have one opening in our Evans, Georgia location and
another in our Swainsboro office.
We offer a full range of top-tier benefits including: health, vision, dental, paid time off, mileage reimbursement, 401K and
peace of mind.
Join us in our mission.
Position Requirements
All Social Workers must have a master's degree in a related field and be licensed in the state of Georgia as an LCSW or
LMSW. Previous hospice experience is preferred.
For immediate consideration please contact:
Dale Webb, Administrator, Swainsboro, at [email protected]
or Gail Bragg, Administrator, Evans at [email protected]
PruittHealth is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without
regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or veteran status. (posted 1/22)
APBHHS
Part-Time or Full-Time Therapist Position available
This position can be part-time or full time, the hours are flexible, and we offer a competitive compensation opportunity. The
Outpatient Therapist will provide child, and adult therapy sessions to assigned consumers on a caseload; provide case
management as needed and provide detailed documentations of all clinical activities. This position provides mental health
interventions in the context of a therapeutic treatment milieu. This service is focused on providing clinical interventions and
service to support the child or adult in achieving functional gains, is developmentally appropriate, is culturally relevant and
sensitive, and is individually and family centered. APBHHS clinicians will follow an evidenced based practice during
therapy/treatment.
Please email resumes to [email protected] Any questions about the position can be emailed or answered by
phone at 706-955-8647. Visit our website at www.aplacement.org.
Closing Date: March 1, 2015 (posted 1/13)
Job Vacancies at Quality Care and Advocacy Group, Inc.
Quality Care and Advocacy Group, Inc. is located at 1394 Laney Walker Boulevard, Augusta, Ga. The following positions are
needed to be filled at our outpatient CORE facility:
Therapist (Fully licensed/ST): (LCSW, LPC, LAPC, LMSW or licensed eligible):
Job description includes:
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Counsels individuals or groups regarding psychological or emotional problems such as stress, substance abuse, or
family situations and develops and implements therapeutic treatment plan in residential setting in compliance with
APS standards and state, federal, agency and all other applicable rules and regulations.
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Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
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Interviews residents to obtain information concerning social history, treatment and other pertinent information.
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Plans and administers therapeutic treatment, behavior modification, and stress management therapy to assist
residents in developing/displaying appropriate behaviors.
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Observes residents to detect indications of abnormal physical or mental behavior.
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Reviews results of tests given by psychologists to evaluate residents’ needs.
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Changes method and degree of therapy when indicated by resident reactions/needs.
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Discusses progress toward goals with residents such as medication regiment, family relationships, educational
programs, social development, discharge plans or other behavioral problems.
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Consults with psychologist/psychiatrist or other specialists concerning treatment plans and amends plans as required.
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Maintains regular contacts with other agencies/professionals regarding client progress in the therapeutic treatment
program through phone calls, letters, and/or monthly reporting.
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Refers resident to supportive services to supplement treatment and counseling.
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Serves as “on-call” or “on-duty” supervisor as assigned (LPCs, LCSWs)
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Provides weekend therapeutic coverage as assigned. Completes all Treatment Plan Updates within their required
time-frames.
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Completes all documentation within 24 hours following the treatment session.
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Develops and implements appropriate discharge planning with resident, family, and placing agency.
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Develops and maintains positive relationship with external customers, families and residents and employees.
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Performs other duties as assigned.
Please forward cover letters and resumes at [email protected] You can contact Reginald Wells, Ph.D,
LPC at 770-265-7258. Quality Care and Advocacy does not have a website at this time but interested candidates will receive
information during the in person interview. (posted 12/22)
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Central Georgia Area Positions
Behavioral Health Link (BHL)
BHL is actively recruiting for behavioral health professionals to work in our Crisis Call Center and Mobile Crisis programs. If
you would like to be considered for a position with BHL, please email your resume to [email protected] and reference the job
title in the subject line. Be sure to specify the position and location, as applicable. Qualified bi-lingual candidates are
encouraged to apply (please specify language)
All New Hires are subjected to mandatory drug and alcohol testing and a criminal background check.
BHL is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to affording opportunities without regard to race, color, religion,
gender, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, status as a covered veteran or any other protected category, in
accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.
**Currently Seeking**
Mobile Crisis Program
Mobile Crisis Response Services Employees:
Seeking licensed/certified professionals and non-licensed paraprofessionals for mobile crisis services in Statesboro, Dublin,
Savannah, Brunswick and Waycross Areas.
Mobile Crisis Clinician- On Call Contractors(LAPC, LPC, LMSW, LCSW, or RN with behavioral health experience)
Overview of Duties: Direct, face-to-face assessment/intervention of individuals presenting in the service area. Responds to
calls in accordance with established timelines. Interface with community agencies, consumers and the general public.
Field Care Consultants ON CALL- Contractors (bachelor’s and non-licensed master’s level paraprofessionals) Overview of
Duties: Ensure the safety of staff and consumers by assessing consumer sites and facilitating follow on care. Assist with team
assignments for dispatch, complete follow-up calls.
We appreciate your interest. However, due to the number of applications received, we are unable to provide status information
either by phone or email. All qualified applicants will be considered, but may not necessarily receive an interview. Selected
applicants will be contacted for next steps in the selection process. Applicants who are not selected will not be notified.
(posted 1/13)
North Georgia/Atlanta Area Positions
Part time clinical supervisor for an Employee Assistance Program
EAP Consultants, LLC a national Employee Assistance Program company located in Marietta GA is looking for an
experienced clinical social worker to conduct evening group supervision sessions for LMSW level social workers. If interested,
please submit your fee requirements and a current resume to: [email protected]
End Date: February 28, 2015 (posted 1/20)
CSB-McIntosh Trail
PS: Beh Hlth/Provider Lic (WL): SSP 1, Licensed (70918)
Requisition Number: 373-70918ep
County of Vacancy: Fayette
Recruitment Period: 1/15/2015 - 1/25/2015
Salary Details: Salary based on education/experience/licensure
Duties & Responsibilities: Provide behavioral health services to US Veterans as specified in a contractual agreement with
the Veteran Administration Medical Center (VAMC). Complete intial behavioral health assessments, provide
individual/family/group counseling utilizing best practice interventions to include Seeking Safety, Cognitive Processing Therapy
(CPT), Motivational Interviewing, suicide/risk assessments. Duties may also require staff to provide initial behavioral health
assessments to non-veterans periodically. Also, coordinate the delivery of treatment of veterans with VA liaison to facilitate
accessibility of care within specified timeframes. Computer skills are required.
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Minimum Training & Experience: Masters degree from an accredited program, eligibility to be licensed And Two years of
supervised experience in the area of assignment
Preferred Qualifications: Must be fully licensed. Hard worker, team player, dedicated to the organizatoin and to providing
quality care to the individuals. Good organizational and time management skills are preferred. Experience with electronic
health records is a plus.
Additional Information: **MCINTOSH TRAIL CSB IS A TOBACCO FREE AGENCY**
Employment contingent upon pre-employment background check.
TB Testing and a fingerprint based background check of the Georgia and Federal Criminal History Record databases will be
required upon appointment.
In order to be considered, you MUST submit a State of Georgia Application to:
Wendell Jordan, Fayette Counseling Center, 715 Bradley Drive, Fayetteville, GA 30214
You may also fax your application to 770-460-2463.
A State of Georgia Application can be downloaded at www.careers.ga.gov by clicking on the State Application link on the
bottom left portion of the website.
Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to provide information on application status by phone or email. All qualified applicants will be considered, but may not necessarily receive an interview. Selected applicants will
be contacted by the hiring agency for next steps in the selection process. Applicants who are not selected will not
receive notification.
This position is subject to close at any time once a satisfactory applicant pool has been identified.
For more information about this job contact: * Wendell Jordan, [email protected] (posted 1/20)
CaringWorks, Inc.
Metro Atlanta agency is currently looking to fill vacant assessor position. We are currently seeking Licensed or Associate
Licensed Individuals to complete the following:
1. Initial face-to-face clinical and psychosocial assessments.
2. Agency consent packet including all required income forms for fee for service coverage.
3. Collect and record behavioral observations in a treatment setting.
4. Offer confirmed diagnostic or diagnostic impression(s) using clinical skills and DSM.
5. Assessments are to be completed within 72 hours after appointment is made.
6. Assessments are to be entered into ShareNote and finalized within 120 hours of appointment completion.
7. MICP system knowledge and experience.
This position is part-time and contract base. All interested candidates are welcomed to submit resumes to
[email protected] or fax resumes to 404.371.8928. (posted 1/13)
CaringWorks, Inc.
JOB CLASS TITLE: Hope House Program Director
BASIC FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Oversee implementation of Hope House residential treatment and transitional housing programs which serve adult
males in recovery who have experienced homelessness. Ensure that services offered are person-centered and
delivered according to agency policy as well as the standards of contractual partners, i.e., DBHDD, CARF, etc.
2. Special populations among client base include Deaf and hard-of-hearing, ex-offenders, and individuals with cooccurring disorders.
3. Contribute to overall program development and refinement to ensure maintenance of quality service delivery.
4. Maintain systems necessary for ensuring quality clinical services; monitors all clinical staff’s record-keeping except
his/her (which are monitored by a PIP process, Clinical Director
5. Coordinates all Hope House program staff schedules so that all programming needs are met and that appropriate
services are provided in compliance with all relevant regulatory entities.
6. Monitor program budget and expenses, i.e., interpreter costs, food service
7. Maintain documentation of client interaction via agency’s outcome management database systems.
8. Ensures all compliance practices required for effective medication monitoring are conducted on each shift per agency
policy, and state regulatory procedures.
9. Conducts quality control audits of all client files of all relevant staff.
10. Supervise kitchen staff and all duties involved.
11. Engage in all functions necessary for hiring, orientation, training, discipline, and dismissal of Hope House personnel,
in accordance with CaringWorks’ policies and procedures, and that of all relevant regulatory entities.
12. Conducts weekly Hope House staff meetings, and clinical team meetings; participates in program coordinator’s
meetings, business meetings, and assigned committee meetings.
13. Substitutes for other program staff as necessary.
14. Complies data and submits reports, including incident reports, as required by CaringWorks, and Hope House’s
funding sources and regulatory entities.
15. Coordinates supportive service activities with Hope House staff.
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16. Collaborate with property management to ensure compliance with Health and Safety policy and procedures affecting
program participants, staff and facility.
17. Implements and maintains a system that ensures random drug screens for clients in treatment.
18. Maintains relevant interagency resources, exchange of information, and other activities, appropriate for interagency
collaboration efforts, while ensuring compliance with confidentiality laws and regulations.
19. Coordinates special events or activities appropriate for the members.
20. Other duties assigned.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED
The Clinical Director supervises this position.
SUPERVISION EXCERCISED
Supervision is exercised over all program staff for the Hope House Program.
QUALIFICATIONS:
(Qualifications may be modified pending funder/stakeholders grant guidelines).
1. A Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work, Counseling or related field from an accredited school preferred.
2. A current CAC II or state recognized clinical license (i.e., LMSW, LCSW, LPC) is required.
3. A minimum of (5) years in treating chemically dependent and co-occurring adults is required, with at least (3) years of
this in a supervisory/ management position.
4. Ability to use holistic, client-centered approach to recovery and mental health.
5. Must pass a GAPS (fingerprint) records check.
Interested candidates should submit resumes to [email protected] (posted 1/13)
Fulton District Attorney Office
Director Of Forensic Services
Salary: $54,148 - $76,888
DIRECTOR OF FORENSIC SERVICES
JOB SUMMARY
Provide forensic services to the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office relating to crimes against children and other vulnerable
individuals. Responsibilities include forensic interviewing and training, assistance with trial preparation, and consultation for
sexual and physical abuse cases in both Superior and Juvenile courts.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
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Provides forensic services in Superior and Juvenile Court:
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Conducts forensic interviews of witnesses and child victims
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Consult with Assistant District Attorney
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Provide expert trial testimony in forensic interviewing, child development and the child/perpetrator dynamics
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Assist with pre-trial preparations, function as a resource on how to effectively question experts, analyze
victim/witness statements, and educate attorneys about a child’s capacity to communicate and recall, their process of
disclosure, and how they experience abuse
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Develop and manage a specialized unit at Juvenile Court handling juvenile victims and case outcome - ensuring
safety, healing, and protection
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By means of community outreach, perform as liaison between prosecutors, professionals in the area of child neglect,
and MDT partners in Fulton County
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Provide crisis intervention & act as child advocate in coordination with the Victim Witness Assistance Program
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Researcher Capabilities include, but not limited to, the following areas:
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Principles of learning and how human information processing can effect jury deliberations
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Correlation between exploited teens, truancy, and socioeconomic status
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The behavior of sexual offenders and its impact on child victims
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Act as training coordinator:
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Develop training focused on the dynamics of child sexual abuse and age appropriate questioning for law enforcement
and court officials
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Coordinate external training opportunities to include workshops and seminars involving:
o NOVA, APRI, NCAC, Prevent Child Abuse Georgia, law enforcement investigative response to child sexual
abuse, front line workers training, building successful teams, and forensic consultation
KNOWLEDGE
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Principles and practices of child forensic interviewing and investigation
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Child development, cognitive assessment, age appropriate inquiry, and effective communication with varied
populations to include special needs and exploited teens
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Laws, rules, and regulations governing victims programs and services and forensic interviewing
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Community resources associated with criminal crisis intervention
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Methods and techniques used to conduct individual and group counseling
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Principles and practices of client confidentiality
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Personal computers and related software
SKILLS
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Expertise in Forensic Interviewing, forensic services, and national protocol with regard to child sexual abuse, physical
abuse, and child witnesses
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Interviewing crime victims and their families
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Communicating effectively with persons of diverse socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds
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Public speaking, presentation, and training implementation
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Sexual abuse focused intervention directed toward child victims and their non-offending caregiver
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Demonstrated skill in consulting, mediation, individual and group therapy, and communication effectiveness
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Preparing and presenting oral and written communications/reports
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Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with other County personnel, officials, and the general
public
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Licensed Psychotherapist in the state of Georgia
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Qualified expert witness
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Research aptitude
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Trial procedure
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Crisis management
EXPERIENCE & TRAINING
Completion of course work equivalent to the academic requirements of a Master’s degree in psychology, sociology,
counseling, or a related field. Licensed as a psychotherapist and well experienced in the area of child development, child
sexual abuse, and the dynamics of forensic investigations; more than five years experience providing forensic services,
counseling services to crime victims and their families within a criminal justice, social services, crisis intervention, or trauma
and violence safety assessment program; successful implementation of a training module and extensive experience training
other professionals in varied disciplines must be evident; active in nationally recognized trainings in role of instructor. Minimum
of five years in personnel management, and supervision of licensed or license eligible staff, and administration is preferred.
LICENSING REQUIREMENTS
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License issued by the State of Georgia as a Professional Counselor, Family Therapist, or Social Worker
Resumes and employment inquiries should be directed to Tawanna Conley, Office Manager, via electronic or hard copy
transmission.
Office of the Fulton County District Attorney
136 Pryor Street, SW, Third Floor
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
[email protected] (posted 1/13)
Behavioral Health Link (BHL)
BHL is actively recruiting for behavioral health professionals to work in our Crisis Call Center and Mobile Crisis programs. If
you would like to be considered for a position with BHL, please email your resume to [email protected] and reference the job
title in the subject line. Be sure to specify the position and location, as applicable. Qualified bi-lingual candidates are
encouraged to apply (please specify language)
All New Hires are subjected to mandatory drug and alcohol testing and a criminal background check.
BHL is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to affording opportunities without regard to race, color, religion,
gender, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, status as a covered veteran or any other protected category, in
accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.
**Currently Seeking**
Call Center Care Consultants- Bachelor’s level with behavioral health or DD experience and excellent customer service skills
to join our Call Center Team in Atlanta GA. Atlanta Call Center 24/7/365 positions are currently available all shifts. These
shifts include weekends. Certified Peer Specialist a plus!
Overview of Duties: Provide telephonic interviews to assess and evaluate callers for services needed and eligibility. Review,
assess and link callers with informational or routine needs to external agencies for services after calls have been screened by
a clinician. Non-licensed master’s level paraprofessionals are encouraged to apply for our clinician training program.
Call Center Clinician (LAPC, LPC, LMSW, LCSW, LAMFT, LMFT, or RN)
Overview of Duties: Provide initial contact for triage, screening and assessment of all calls received during assigned shift.
Provide information and/or linkage and completes appropriate documentation in accordance with established policies and
procedures.
We appreciate your interest. However, due to the number of applications received, we are unable to provide status information
either by phone or email. All qualified applicants will be considered, but may not necessarily receive an interview. Selected
applicants will be contacted for next steps in the selection process. Applicants who are not selected will not be notified.
(posted 1/13)
The Ark Family Counseling Center
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Position Title: Licensed Therapist
Position Description: We are seeking licensed (LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LMSW, LAPC, or LAMFT) full-time and part-time staff to
provide individual, family and group therapy to community based and group home children and adolescents with severe
behavioral and emotional needs, in both the office and community settings.
Position Requirements: Participation in Interdisciplinary treatment team meetings, completion of monthly progress reports,
and timely documentation required. Knowledge of Medicaid guidelines and standards including completion of Treatment
Plans, CAFAS, Integrative Summaries, MICP’s and BIRP notes, helpful, bilingual a plus.
Contact Arti Hardy, Human Resources Director, 3951 Snapfinger Parkway, Suite 400, Decatur, GA 30035 / Phone (770) 5930913 / Fax : (678) 399-1246. (posted 1/12)
ASFC Outreach Therapeutic Counseling Services routinely has opportunities for staff in Newton, Rockdale, DeKalb,
Gwinnett, Henry, Jasper, Walton, Morgan and Greene counties.
LICENSED THERAPISTS (LCSW, LPC, licensed psychologist, etc.): For evaluations and therapy (individual, family and
group experience with dual diagnosis/mental health and substance abuse highly preferred). Bilingual is a plus.
ASFC Outreach is a located in Covington, GA. Licensed therapists are needed to provide professional services to children,
adolescents, and adults. An ability to provide a minimum of 15 billable hours per week is required. Attendance at Treatment
Team meetings are also necessary. Experience with CORE is a plus but not necessary. Successful staff are organized, highlyskilled and motivated to complete required actions including documentation in a timely manner.
Requirements: independent licensure as a psychologist, LPC and/or LCSW with proven experience in therapy,
performing clinical interviewing and diagnostic evaluations, sufficient documentation to support DSM diagnoses in
children, adolescent, and adult populations. All candidates must successfully complete an FBI/GBI background
check before joining our staff in addition to compliance with other regulatory requirements. Opportunities and
compensation are based on qualifications, both education and relevant experience.
Email a letter of interest with compensation requirements, resume’ or CV and 3 professional references to Human
Resources at [email protected] NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE. (posted 1/7)
CSB-McIntosh Trail
Behavioral Health/Provider Licensed (Advcd Level): SSP 2 Lic (70916)
Requisition Number: 373-70916an
County of Vacancy: Henry
Recruitment Period: 1/6/2015 - 1/23/2015
Salary Details: Salary based on education, experience and licensure
Duties & Responsibilities: Licensed Mental Health Professional to supervise provision of clinical services for an outpatient
community mental health center serving adults, children, adolescents and their families. Provides clinical and administrative
supervision to clinical staff, ensures clinical record and utilization management compliance. Strong managerial, organizational
and coordination skills required. Computer skills are required.
Minimum Training & Experience: Master's degree from an accredited college or university AND Licensure as a LPC or
LCSW AND Two years of related post-license experience in social services.
OR
Master's degree from an accredited college or unversity AND License as a LPC or LCSW AND Two years of experience at the
lower level Behavioral Health/Provider Licensed, Working Level (HCP051).
Preferred Qualifications: LPC or LCSW is required with at least 5 years experience, preferably in a CSB setting. Experience
working with Electronic Health Records is a plus.
Additional Information: **McINTOSH TRAIL CSB IS A TABACCO FREE AGENCY**
In order to be considered, you MUST submit a State of Georgia Application to:
Dawn Deaton
Henry County Counseling Center
139 Henry Parkway
McDonough, GA 30253
You may fax your application to 770-898-7412.
A State of Georgia Application can be downloaded at www.careers.ga.gov by clicking on the State Application link on the
bottom left portion of the website.
TB Testing and a fingerprint based check of the Georgia and Federal Criminal History Record databases will be required upon
appointment.
For more information about this job contact:* Dawn Deaton, [email protected] (posted 1/7)
CSB-McIntosh Trail
PS: Beh Hlth/Provider Lic (WL): SSP 1, Licensed (70918)
Requisition Number: 373-70918eo
County of Vacancy: Spalding
Recruitment Period: 1/6/2015 - 1/23/2015
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Salary Details: Salary based on education/experience/licensure
Duties & Responsibilities: Duties will be to provide a biopsychosocial assessment and complete required documents
according to agency policy. He/she will develop treatment plans for all individuals with the collaboration of the individual's
family. Case management skills are recommended (ie: individual, family and group, etc). Follow the provider manual and
documentation guidelines and other clinical duties as assigned for an adult and C&A population in a community mental health
outpatient setting. Computer skills are required. Computer skills are required.
Minimum Training & Experience: Masters degree from an accredited program, eligibility to be licensed And Two years of
supervised experience in the area of assignment
Preferred Qualifications: Experience working with Electronic Health Records is a plus.
Additional Information: **MCINTOSH TRAIL CSB IS A TOBACCO FREE AGENCY**
Employment contingent upon pre-employment background check.
TB Testing and a fingerprint based background check of the Georgia and Federal Criminal History Record databases will be
required upon appointment.
In order to be considered, you MUST submit a State of Georgia Application to:
Dewey Haley
Behavioral Health Center
1574 Williamson Road
Griffin, GA 30224
You may also fax your application to 770-229-3067.
A State of Georgia Application can be downloaded at www.careers.ga.gov by clicking on the State Application link on the
bottom left portion of the website.
Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to provide information on application status by phone or email. All qualified applicants will be considered, but may not necessarily receive an interview. Selected applicants will
be contacted by the hiring agency for next steps in the selection process. Applicants who are not selected will not
receive notification.
This position is subject to close at any time once a satisfactory applicant pool has been identified.
For more information about this job contact:*Dewey Haley, [email protected] (posted 1/7)
Hillside Inc. (www.hside.org), a 501(c)3, non-profit corporation, is seeking qualified candidates for the following
positions:
Therapist
Position description and requirements:
Must be licensed and have masters degree or higher. Training in a recognized mental health field; experience in inpatient
setting preferred; written and oral communications skills, skills in case management, time management, and crisis intervention
common to acute psychotic as well as to non-violent crises intervention practice. DBT experience desired.
Contact information:
David Shadle, VP of Human Resources
Phone : 404-564-0654
Qualified Applicants may submit cover letter and resume’ to: [email protected]
Closing date: 01//23/2015
(posted 1/6)
Position: Social Worker - SW - FT - Kindred Transitional Care - Lafayette
Company: Kindred Healthcare
Job Location: Fayetteville, GA
IT'S SIMPLE. You want to work in a healthcare setting where you are valued and appreciated - where you receive respect
from your superiors and co-workers as well as the patients/residents you treat. You want to be challenged by your job without
being overwhelmed by it. You want to play an instrumental role in helping a patient recover, sometimes against strong odds,
and go home. What you want is Kindred Healthcare. Our mission is to promote healing, provide hope, preserve dignity and
produce value for each patient, resident, family member, customer, employee and shareholder we serve. Join us!
Summary:
Applies professionally accepted, research based practices, such as Person-in-Environment holistic approach. Works
cooperatively as part of the management team to develop resident-centered approaches to all center quality of care and
quality of life activities. Resident advocacy responsibilities as needed to achieve or maintain a dignified existence for all
residents.
Essential Functions:
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Develops and/or delivers culturally-sensitive training to all disciplines to meet the psychosocial needs of the
residents. Utilizes classroom training and spontaneous "on the floor" training opportunities.
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Participates in new employee orientation, including but not limited to education on resident rights, abuse/neglect,
behaviors and culture change/resident-centered care.
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Develops and maintains a comprehensive list of services in the community (such as dentists and eyeglass repair
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shops that accept Medicaid). The list is available for use by center staff in obtaining needed services for
residents and by residents and families upon discharge.
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Social Services Specialists that are the department heads participate as members of the Performance
Improvement Committee
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Level I may be an assistant and takes direction from Social Services Manager or Specialist II or III.
Advocacy Functions:
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Works with the resident, family/significant others and other team members to outline goals of stay at admission, the
plan to meet those goals and discharge as appropriate.
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Provides educational materials to resident and/or family/significant others related to advance directives; assists them
in completion of advance directives as desired by resident and/or family/significant others.
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Encourages involvement in family council, and assists family council with meeting arrangements.
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Works with the Executive Director and Director of Nursing to determine root cause of complaints/concerns and
develop ethical solutions.
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Maintains professional networking relationships in the community with other social service organizations. Examples of
such organizations include but are not limited to local chapters of National Association of Social Workers and local
provider groups of social workers in hospitals or care management groups.
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Assists resident/family/significant others in obtaining appropriate forms to gain services, such as Medicaid
applications or insurance appeals
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Advocates for the resident and with the resident, exploring possible compromises that keep the resident's best
interest in mind. Examples of such activities are:
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Educating the resident/family about the impact of going home before treatment goals are met. Following up with
resident/family in the event of premature discharge, to avoid unnecessary rehospitalization.
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Mediating therapy compliance to help resident meet personal goals, when noncompliance is an issue.
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Advocating for appropriate room placement upon admission to help avoid unnecessary room moves.
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Encourages interdisciplinary, resident and family involvement in a quality of life advisory committee.
Clinical Functions:
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Provides direct psychosocial intervention to residents and residents' families/significant others.
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Assists resident's families/significant others in coping with skilled nursing placement, physical illness and disabilities
of the resident, and the grieving process.
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Responsible for timely completion of psychosocial assessments, screening instruments, relevant MDS sections and
RAPS.
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Primary liaison with psychological and psychiatric service providers.
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Creates integrated, person-centered care plan based on strengths and preferences of the resident. Periodically
evaluates the care plan for effectiveness of interventions; updates care plan as needed.
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Documents observations and events in the resident's medical record as needed; assesses and documents
psychosocial impact of life events, health concerns and condition change.
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Facilitates interdisciplinary review of distressing behaviors exhibited by some residents, utlizing a holistic approach to
resolve concerns.
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Facilitates interdisciplinary review and reduction attempts of psychotropic drug use
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Collaborates with Activities Department to develop activities and psychosocial interventions that support resident
independence and recovery.
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Performs other tasks as assigned.
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Conducts job responsibilities in accordance with the standards set out in the Company's Code of Business Conduct,
its policies and procedures, the Corporate Compliance Agreement, applicable federal and state laws, and applicable
professional standards.
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
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Ability to work cooperatively as a member of a team.
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Builds rapport quickly with peers and customers
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Ability to maintain confidentiality.
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Creative problem-solving skills
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Knowledge of accepted standards of practice for long-term care social workers.
Education:
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Level III: Masters Degree in Social Work or Gerontology, LCSW or LICSW preferred.
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Level II: Bachelors degree in Human Service field, preferably social work.
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Level I: High School graduate or equivalent, completion of state approved qualifying social services education. If no
state-specified training exists, individual must have completed training courses in at least the following: long term
care ethics, documentation and charting, resident assessment, Medicare/Medicaid, discharge planning and advance
directives.
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All levels expected to complete 20 CE hours per year, or per state requirements.
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Licenses/Certification:
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Level III: Licensure as required by state of employment
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Level II: Licensure or certification as required by state of employment. LSWs must maintain licensure in states that
offer bachelors level licensure.
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Level I: Certification as required by the state of employment
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Experience:
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Level II & III: One year of supervised social work experience in a health care setting working directly with individuals.
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Level I: two years experience in a health care setting, one of which is full time supervised social work experience
working directly with individuals.
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Management/administrative experience preferred.
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This description is designed to indicate the general nature and level of work for this position. It is not intended to
describe minor duties or other responsibilities that may be periodically assigned.
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An Equal Opportunity Employer - Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled. Drug Free Workplace.
To apply online, go to
http://www.metroatlantajobs.com/j/t-Social-Worker--SW--FT--Kindred-Transitional-Care--Lafayette-e-Kindred-Healthcare-lFayetteville,-GA-jobs-j10110572.html (posted 12/29)
Assertive Community Recovery (ACR) routinely has opportunities for staff in Fulton, DeKalb, Clayton, Gwinnett, &
Rockdale counties.
LICENSED THERAPISTS (LCSW, LPC, licensed psychologist, etc.): For evaluations and therapy (individual, family and group
experience with dual diagnosis/mental health and substance abuse highly preferred). Bilingual is a plus.
ACR is a located in Decatur, GA. Licensed therapists are needed to provide professional services to children, adolescents,
and adults. An ability to provide a minimum of 25 billable hours per week is required. Participation in Treatment Team
meetings are necessary. Experience with CORE, ACT, Group Counseling, and/or Substance Abuse Counseling is a plus but
not necessary. Successful staff are organized, highly-skilled and motivated to complete required actions including
documentation in a timely manner. Requirements: independent licensure as a psychologist, LPC and/or LCSW with
proven experience in therapy, performing clinical interviewing and diagnostic evaluations, sufficient documentation
to support DSM diagnoses in children, adolescent, and adult populations. Opportunities and compensation are
based on qualifications, both education and relevant experience.
Email a letter of interest with desired compensation, resume’ or CV and 3 professional references to Maya Miles at
[email protected] (posted 12/22)
Northeast Georgia Area Positions
ASFC Outreach Therapeutic Counseling Services routinely has opportunities for staff in Newton, Rockdale, DeKalb,
Gwinnett, Henry, Jasper, Walton, Morgan and Greene counties.
LICENSED THERAPISTS (LCSW, LPC, licensed psychologist, etc.): For evaluations and therapy (individual, family and
group experience with dual diagnosis/mental health and substance abuse highly preferred). Bilingual is a plus.
ASFC Outreach is a located in Covington, GA. Licensed therapists are needed to provide professional services to children,
adolescents, and adults. An ability to provide a minimum of 15 billable hours per week is required. Attendance at Treatment
Team meetings are also necessary. Experience with CORE is a plus but not necessary. Successful staff are organized, highlyskilled and motivated to complete required actions including documentation in a timely manner.
Requirements: independent licensure as a psychologist, LPC and/or LCSW with proven experience in therapy,
performing clinical interviewing and diagnostic evaluations, sufficient documentation to support DSM diagnoses in
children, adolescent, and adult populations. All candidates must successfully complete an FBI/GBI background
check before joining our staff in addition to compliance with other regulatory requirements. Opportunities and
compensation are based on qualifications, both education and relevant experience.
Email a letter of interest with compensation requirements, resume’ or CV and 3 professional references to Human
Resources at [email protected] NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE. (posted 1/7)
Substance Abuse Counselor
Assertive Community Recovery (ACR) routinely has opportunities for staff in Fulton, DeKalb, Clayton, Gwinnett, &
Rockdale counties.
ACR is currently seeking counselors to provide individual and group counseling, evaluation and assessment for
individuals with alcohol and substance abuse issues. The staff member will perform administrative duties, provide
emergency/crisis intervention, and consultation. Participation in Treatment Team meetings are necessary. Successful staff
are organized, highly-skilled and motivated to complete required actions including documentation in a timely manner.
Requirements: Consideration will be given to applicants who possess one or more of the following: Certified Addiction
Counselor (CAC-II), Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC), Certified Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CCADC),
Georgia Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor GCADC (II, III).
Opportunities and compensation are based on qualifications, both education and relevant experience. Email a letter of interest
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with desired compensation, resume’ or CV and 3 professional references to Maya Miles at [email protected]
(posted 12/24)
Assertive Community Recovery (ACR) routinely has opportunities for staff in Fulton, DeKalb, Clayton, Gwinnett, &
Rockdale counties.
LICENSED THERAPISTS (LCSW, LPC, licensed psychologist, etc.): For evaluations and therapy (individual, family and group
experience with dual diagnosis/mental health and substance abuse highly preferred). Bilingual is a plus.
ACR is a located in Decatur, GA. Licensed therapists are needed to provide professional services to children, adolescents,
and adults. An ability to provide a minimum of 25 billable hours per week is required. Participation in Treatment Team
meetings are necessary. Experience with CORE, ACT, Group Counseling, and/or Substance Abuse Counseling is a plus but
not necessary. Successful staff are organized, highly-skilled and motivated to complete required actions including
documentation in a timely manner. Requirements: independent licensure as a psychologist, LPC and/or LCSW with
proven experience in therapy, performing clinical interviewing and diagnostic evaluations, sufficient documentation
to support DSM diagnoses in children, adolescent, and adult populations. Opportunities and compensation are
based on qualifications, both education and relevant experience.
Email a letter of interest with desired compensation, resume’ or CV and 3 professional references to Maya Miles at
[email protected] (posted 12/22)
Position: Medical Social Worker
Company: Amedisys, Inc.
Job Location: Gainesville
Medical Social Worker-1400095R
Description:
Assist and counsel patients and families with health related financial, social and emotional concerns according to the
physician's orders.
Qualifications
1. A person who has a master's degree from a school of social work accredited by the Council on Social Work
Education, and has 1 year of social work experience in a health care setting.
2. Meets state and federal requirements for this position.
3. Current CPR certification.
4. Must be familiar with general use and functions of the computer, such as, user names and password concepts;
internet; e-mail; navigation of computer desktop, including starting programs, using files, and windows, effectively use
navigation buttons and tool bars; ability to self-manage online HR services and online training programs.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, pregnancy,
marital status, national origin, citizenship status, disability, military status, genetic predisposition or carrier status or any other
legally protected characteristic
Amedisys' philosophy, "Taking care of your loved ones as we would our own," has guided our growth into one of the nation's
leading home health and hospice care organizations. With Amedisys, you'll be part of a culture focused on delivering the care
that's best for our patients, whether that is home-based recovery and rehabilitation after an operation, care empowering them
to manage a chronic disease, palliative care for those with a terminal illness, or hospice care at the end of life.
The health care industry is changing; at Amedisys we're developing a new model of care that not only reduces preventable
hospital readmissions and saves money, but provides convenience, compassion and customized service for every patient. We
believe we can do that by focusing on quality care, improving technology and efficiency, and hiring employees who care not
just with their hands and head, but also with their heart.
Our people are our business; Amedisys invests in you throughout your career with industry-leading educational benefits,
including free clinical continuing education and tuition assistance. And our career ladders program lets you map out your
professional development and advancement opportunities, helping you build a career, not just a job.
We offer competitive salaries and one of the best benefit packages in the industry:
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401 (K) plan with employer-matching contribution available for all employees
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Health, dental, vision insurance
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Flexible spending accounts and wellness discount program
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Paid time off and paid holidays
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Employee Stock Purchase Plan available to full and part-time employees
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Employee Assistance Program
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Tuition Reimbursement Program
The decision to join the Amedisys team is a decision that is rewarded on a daily basis by the difference we make in the lives of
our patients and their families.
To apply online, go to
http://www.metroatlantajobs.com/j/t-Medical-Social-Worker-e-Amedisys-Inc-l-Gainesville,-GA-jobs-j10001952.html
(posted
12/18)
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Counselor Position
Eagle Ranch, a Christian children’s home in Northeast Georgia, has a May 2015 opening for a Counselor to work in our girls’
program.
Our counselors provide oversight and management of two homes including supervision and training of staff teams, crisis
intervention, implementation of treatment programs and counseling. You will work with up to 12 girls and their families as they
progress through the program in identifying goals, evaluating progress, and deciding appropriate time for completion of the
program and aftercare plans.
Must be a Licensed Professional Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist or Clinical Social Worker with a strong
understanding of child development and family and group dynamics. Email resume with cover letter to Carol Glotfelty at
[email protected]
End Date: January 31, 2015 (posted 10/21)
South Georgia Area Positions
Behavioral Health Services of South Georgia
Application Deadline Date: Until Filled
Job Title: Social Services Provider I
Position number: 46089
PS:Beh Hlth/Social Worker (WL)
Salary: Commensurate with experience and credentials
Location of Position: Tift Mental Health, Tifton, GA
Description of Duties:
Under general supervision, provides evaluation and therapeutic services to mental health consumers in an outpatient clinic.
Responsibilities include completion of complex psychosocial assessments, treatment team participation, treatment
planning/monitoring and discharge planning. Provides individual, family and group counseling to consumers and their families.
Work in community/school environment may be required.
Minimum Qualifications:
LCSW, LMSW, LPC, LAPC, LMFT or LAMFT with 2 years of experience OR Master’s degree in social work, psychology, or
counseling which must include a supervised clinical practicum and must be registered with the Georgia Composite Board of
LPCs, LCSWs and LMFTs to seek associate license. Two years of full time experience involving direct client contact such as
therapy, case management, intake assessments and crisis screening.
A criminal record background check and drug testing is required upon appointment. If appointed, applicant will be
subjected to a Fingerprint Based Background Check of the Georgia and Federal Criminal History Record Databases.
Preferred Qualifications:
Applicants with an LCSW, LPC, or LMSW with two or more years work experience in an MH/DD/AD office performing
therapist/case management duties.
ALL RELEVANT INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION
Applications must be submitted to the following address:
Behavioral Health Services of South GA
3120 N. Oak St. Extension Suite C
Valdosta, GA 31602
ATTN: Human Resources
FAX: 229-671-6779
Current State of Georgia applications should be filled out carefully and completely. Describe background in full and make
certain application is signed. Incomplete applications with insufficient information can result in an application not being
considered for the vacancy. Please keep a copy of your application.
Position opened to: ALL QUALIFIED APPLICANTS
Internal applicants must have been in their current position for 6 months with no disciplinary action unless the position
available is within your current department and you have been employed, in your current position, for 1 month without any
disciplinary action.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
(posted 12/22)
Southeast Georgia Area Positions
Behavioral Health Link (BHL)
BHL is actively recruiting for behavioral health professionals to work in our Crisis Call Center and Mobile Crisis programs. If
you would like to be considered for a position with BHL, please email your resume to [email protected] and reference the job
title in the subject line. Be sure to specify the position and location, as applicable. Qualified bi-lingual candidates are
encouraged to apply (please specify language)
All New Hires are subjected to mandatory drug and alcohol testing and a criminal background check.
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BHL is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to affording opportunities without regard to race, color, religion,
gender, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, status as a covered veteran or any other protected category, in
accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.
**Currently Seeking**
Mobile Crisis Program
Mobile Crisis Response Services Employees:
Seeking licensed/certified professionals and non-licensed paraprofessionals for mobile crisis services in Statesboro, Dublin,
Savannah, Brunswick and Waycross Areas.
Mobile Crisis Clinician- On Call Contractors(LAPC, LPC, LMSW, LCSW, or RN with behavioral health experience)
Overview of Duties: Direct, face-to-face assessment/intervention of individuals presenting in the service area. Responds to
calls in accordance with established timelines. Interface with community agencies, consumers and the general public.
Field Care Consultants ON CALL- Contractors (bachelor’s and non-licensed master’s level paraprofessionals) Overview of
Duties: Ensure the safety of staff and consumers by assessing consumer sites and facilitating follow on care. Assist with team
assignments for dispatch, complete follow-up calls.
We appreciate your interest. However, due to the number of applications received, we are unable to provide status information
either by phone or email. All qualified applicants will be considered, but may not necessarily receive an interview. Selected
applicants will be contacted for next steps in the selection process. Applicants who are not selected will not be notified.
(posted 1/13)
Behavioral Health Provider, Licensed
Location: Coffee Behavioral Health Closing date: Open until filled
Salary: $45,000+/annually (based on education, licensure & experience)
Job Description: Responsible for providing behavioral health assessments, intakes and therapy. Will work Monday –
Thursday 7:30 am – 5:30 pm, and Friday 8:00 am – 12:00 pm.
Competencies:
1. Knowledge of diagnostic impressions or criteria
2. Knowledge of how client advocacy system operates
3. Knowledge of crisis intervention techniques
4. Knowledge of individual and group therapy techniques
5. Knowledge of various therapeutic models and intervention as directly related to area of assignment.
6. Clinical skills (Advanced)
Required Minimum Qualifications: Applicant must have a Georgia issued LCSW license to provide counseling services.
ADDITIONAL NOTES:
Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to provide information on application status by phone or e-mail. All
qualified applicants will be considered, but may not necessarily receive an interview. Selected applicants will be contacted by
the hiring agency for next steps in the selection process. Applicants who are not selected will not receive notification. This
position is subject to close at any time once a satisfactory applicant pool has been identified. Unison BH is a tobacco-free
campus. Unison Behavioral Health is a certified National Health Service Corps loan repayment agency.
We create health and wellness in our communities by providing quality mental health, substance abuse and developmental
disability services.
Submit application and cover letter by mail, email or fax to:
Shelly Bell, HR Department
P.O. Box 1397
Waycross, GA 31502
FAX: 912-449-7055
[email protected]
Unison Behavioral Health is committed to providing accessible, quality behavioral health and developmental
disability services to individuals and families throughout southeast Georgia. We offer a full continuum of CARF
accredited programs serving over 5900 individuals each year.
Unison Behavioral Health is an equal opportunity employer. A background check will be completed upon hire, which
may consist of any of the following: FBI criminal history, employment history, educational records, and driving
records. (posted 12/29)
Unison Behavioral Health
Behavioral Health Provider, Licensed
Location: Coffee Behavioral Health Closing date: Open until filled
Salary: $45,000+/annually (based on education, licensure & experience)
Job Description: Responsible for providing behavioral health assessments, intakes and therapy. Will work Monday –
Thursday 7:30 am – 5:30 pm, and Friday 8:00 am – 12:00 pm.
Competencies:
1. Knowledge of diagnostic impressions or criteria
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2. Knowledge of how client advocacy system operates
3. Knowledge of crisis intervention techniques
4. Knowledge of individual and group therapy techniques
5. Knowledge of various therapeutic models and intervention as directly related to area of assignment.
6. Clinical skills (Advanced)
Required Minimum Qualifications: Applicant must have a Georgia issued LCSW license to provide counseling services.
ADDITIONAL NOTES:
Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to provide information on application status by phone or e-mail. All
qualified applicants will be considered, but may not necessarily receive an interview. Selected applicants will be contacted by
the hiring agency for next steps in the selection process. Applicants who are not selected will not receive notification. This
position is subject to close at any time once a satisfactory applicant pool has been identified. Unison BH is a tobacco-free
campus. Unison Behavioral Health is a certified National Health Service Corps loan repayment agency.
We create health and wellness in our communities by providing quality mental health, substance abuse and developmental
disability services.
Submit application and cover letter by mail, email or fax to:
Shelly Bell, HR Department
P.O. Box 1397
Waycross, GA 31502
FAX: 912-449-7055
[email protected]
Unison Behavioral Health is committed to providing accessible, quality behavioral health and developmental
disability services to individuals and families throughout southeast Georgia. We offer a full continuum of CARF
accredited programs serving over 5900 individuals each year.
Unison Behavioral Health is an equal opportunity employer. A background check will be completed upon hire, which
may consist of any of the following: FBI criminal history, employment history, educational records, and driving
records. (posted 12/29)
Unison Behavioral Health
Behavioral Health Provider
Location: Coffee Intensive Case Management Closing date: Open until filled
Annual Salary: $25,000 - $30,000 – commensurate with education and/or experience
Job Description: Responsible for providing environmental supports and care coordination considered essential to assist a
person with improving his/her functioning, gaining access to necessary services, and creating an environment that promotes
recovery as identified in his/her Individual Recovery Plan (IRP). The focus of the interventions include assisting the individual
with: 1) developing natural supports to promote community integration; 2) identifying service needs; 3) referring and linking to
services and resources identified through the service planning process; 4) coordinating services identified on the IRP to
maximize service integration and minimize service gaps; and 5) ensuring continued adequacy of the IRP to meet his/her
ongoing and changing needs.
Job Responsibilities: Will work Monday – Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. and Friday 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Competencies:
1. Knowledge of diagnostic impressions or criteria
2. Knowledge of how client advocacy system operates
3. Knowledge of various therapeutic models and intervention as directly related to area of assignment
4. Proficient in the use of a computer
Required Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma or GED and three years experience in a social services related
position Or Bachelor's degree in a social services related field and one year experience in a social services related position Or
One year at the lower level or position equivalent
ADDITIONAL NOTES:
Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to provide information on application status by phone or e-mail. All
qualified applicants will be considered, but may not necessarily receive an interview. Selected applicants will be contacted by
the hiring agency for next steps in the selection process. Applicants who are not selected will not receive notification. This
position is subject to close at any time once a satisfactory applicant pool has been identified. UBH is a tobacco-free campus.
We create health and wellness in our communities by providing quality mental health, substance abuse and developmental
disability services.
Submit application and cover letter by mail, email or fax to:
Shelly Bell, HR Department
P.O. Box 1397
Waycross, GA 31502
FAX: 912-449-7055
[email protected]
Unison Behavioral Health is committed to providing accessible, quality behavioral health and developmental
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disability services to individuals and families throughout southeast Georgia. We offer a full continuum of CARF
accredited programs serving over 5900 individuals each year.
Unison Behavioral Health is an equal opportunity employer. A background check will be completed upon hire, which
may consist of any of the following: FBI criminal history, employment history, educational records, and driving
records. (posted 12/29)
Southwest Georgia Area Positions
DaVita Healthcare Partners Inc.
557 BLUEBIRD BLVD
FORT VALLEY, GA 31030-5083
4788257208
*Per Diem Position*
Be different. Do what you love.
Use your natural gift of education and persuasion to help patients and their families cope with the effects of kidney disease.
Life on dialysis can be a difficult transition for many patients-and you'll be there to support and advocate for them. In this vital
role, you will help patients understand their rights and responsibilities, and guide them in managing the physical, mental,
emotional and financial demands of End Stage Renal Disease.
If you love patient-centered health care with real relationships inside a company that encourages fun on and off the clock, then
DaVita is the place for you.
We offer career options to fit your lifestyle.
Here is what you can expect when you join our Village as a Social Worker:
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A community first, company second culture based on Core Values that really matter.
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Clinical outcomes consistently ranked above the national average.
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Award-winning education and training across multiple career paths to help you reach your potential.
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Performance-based rewards based on stellar individual and team contributions.
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A comprehensive benefits package designed to enhance your health, your financial well-being and your future.
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Dedication, above all, to caring for patients suffering from chronic kidney failure across the nation.
Requirements:
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Licensed or registered in the state of practice as required by state regulations.
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Master's degree in Social Work (MSW) required with a specialization in clinical practice
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Two years of experience as a social worker in a healthcare setting preferred
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Demonstrated knowledge of government and private insurance programs
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Basic computer skills in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook as well as functional proficiency with DaVita
specific applications within 60 days
Join us as we pursue our vision "To Build the Greatest Healthcare Community the World has Ever Seen."
Why wait? Explore a career with DaVita today.
Go to http://careers.davita.com to learn more or apply. (posted 1/21)
Statewide Positions
Georgia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities’ (DBHDD) inpatient, hospitals are currently
hiring MSWs, LMSWs and LCSWs across Georgia for the following leadership and staff opportunities! DBHDD offers a
generous State benefits package which includes 12 paid holidays, up to 3 weeks vacation the first year, sick time, health
insurance, life insurance, disability, 401K, retirement plan, dental, vision, legal plan, and much more! To apply visit
dbhddjobs.com and go to desired location and position and forward resume in Microsoft Word format to email address given.
All positions require a Master's of Social Work Degree. Some positions require Georgia license and Social Worker supervisory
experience.
Augusta (East Central Regional Hospital) - Assistant Social Work Chief (LCSW & supervisor experience), LMSW:
Admissions, Hourly Social Worker (MSW)
Columbus (West Central Regional Hospital) - MSW Social Worker hospital position, FT & PT, Also MSW position in Warm
Springs (Outdoor Therapeutic Program - Serving At Risk Youths)
Savannah (Georgia Regional Hospital Savannah) - Social Service Chief (LCSW & supervisory experience), Social Service
Coordinator (LMSW), Mobile Crisis Response Services – Crisis Intervention Clinicians: LMSWs
Thomasville (Southwestern Regional Hospital) - Community Social Workers (MSWs) - Assertive Community Treatment
Team and Gateway Dual Diagnosis Treatment Team (LCSW Social Worker position) & LCSW Social Worker - supervisory
position also available (supervisory experience needed)
Please visit www.dbhddjobs.com for detailed descriptions of each position and to apply on line using Microsoft Word Format!
Please note qualifications. MSWs required including hourly positions. LCSWs and substantial supervisory experienced needed
for leadership and certain staff positions.
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Georgia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities Job Listings
http://www.dbhddjobs.com/jobListings.aspx#regional
Listed by Central Office, Regions, and State Hospitals
The Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) serves people of all ages who have mental
retardation or related developmental disabilities; alcohol or other drug addictions; the most severe mental illnesses, such as
schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder, or children and teens with severe emotional disturbance. The main office for DBHDD is
located in downtown Atlanta. The Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) has regional
offices throughout the state, including seven regional hospitals.
Georgia Association for Marriage & Family Therapy Classified Ads
http://www.gamft.org/ohana/website/?p=46505554
Georgia Local Job Market http://www.metroatlantajobs.com/default.asp is comprised of multiple employment web sites
focusing exclusively on local communities in the State of Georgia, including professional social work positions.
Go to Army Civilian Personnel Web page at www.cpol.army.mil and apply. Indicate Georgia as your location in the
application. This will put you on the generic list for any Social worker position with the army.
Georgia Department of Human Resources Jobs
Click View all Georgia Department of Human Resources Jobs
Statewide LCSW employment opportunities
Salus Behavioral Health
LCSW
Salus Behavioral Health is proud to be a leading provider of behavioral health services in long term care settings throughout
Georgia. We welcome inquiries from clinicians who want to join our team on a full-time or part-time basis. For those with a
sense of mission, and those who want to better position their career for the future, working with the under-served geriatric
population is both stimulating and rewarding. You'll have the opportunity to practice in an environment where your efforts are
appreciated and experience a high level of professional satisfaction and accomplishment.
Requirements/ Duties include: Individual and family psychotherapy; conduct initial evaluations; develop treatment plans with
quarterly reviews; maintain prompt and thorough documentation; ensure compliance with Salus Behavioral Health policies and
procedures; interface and collaborate with facility interdisciplinary treatment team regarding resident treatment planning,
progress and observations.
Clinical social workers must hold state license to practice.
To be considered for a position, please forward your resume to Marsha Mitchell [email protected], or call 866.325.5434
x 226.
For more information please visit our website. http://www.salusbehavioralhealth.com
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