okay I am going post each job in one post, yes the formatting may be off
I did a keyword search using sociology on indeed.com
Title: Targeted Case Manager - Full time Location (State-County): MD - Carroll County Agency/Service: Keystone Human Services - Mental Health Compensation: $ - $13.00 Job Requisition #: khs-00001602
The purpose of the Targeted Case Management program is to support people
who experience mental illness to access supports to live successfully
in the community, reduce the risk of re-hospitalizations, homelessness
and incarceration. Through the development of an individualized service
plan this position assists the people we serve in gaining access to
resources, including but not limited to housing, health insurance,
medical and mental health supports, employment and educational
participation, legal services and social networking.
Status: Full time. Hours 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, may vary based on the needs of the program.
Minimum Required Qualifications:
- Bachelor's degree (with major course work in sociology, social work,
psychology, gerontology, anthropology, criminal justice, theology,
nursing counseling or education)
- 1 year experience in the mental health field required
- Spanish speaking skills preferred
- Demonstrate ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
- Able to pass child abuse, state police and FBI clearances.
- Possess a valid drivers license and have daily access to a privately maintained vehicle
Optimal has multiple
openings at the Research Analyst I position. Research Analysts assist
senior researchers in a variety of research and analysis tasks
including: collection and preparation of data from surveys and
administrative information systems, performing basic analysis and coding
of survey instruments, conducting literature searches, contributing to
written reports and proposals, and providing general administrative
project support. Must be able to work independently but also function
effectively as a member of the project team.
Requirements and Qualifications:
Solid communication and presentation skills;
Quantitative and/or qualitative research experience;
Computer programming experience, especially in SAS or STATA, is a plus;
General computer proficiency is required
B.A./B.S. in Economics, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science, Statistics, or related discipline.
Department of Family Services is currently accepting applications to
fill a vacant Limited Term Grant Funded Community Developer Assistant
III position, grade G-17, in the Aging Services Division. This is senior
level para-professional work. Incumbent performs a variety of community
development assistant assignments in support of the Ombudsman Program.
This program provides advocates for, and protects the rights of
residents in nursing homes and other long term care facilities.
Examples of Work:
candidate assists with the day-to-day functions of the program and
maintains compliance with federal, state and local policies, mandates
and program requirements; identifies all long term care facilities in
the County; assists in the development and preparation of program goals
and objectives; serves as an advocate for residents; develops complaint
intake system; resolves and/or mediates concerns between residents,
family and facilities; assists with recruitment and training of
volunteers; assists with the development and dissemination of
programmatic materials to increase public awareness regarding nursing
homes, elder abuse and nursing home Ombudsman roles and
responsibilities; and develops and implements training programs for
nursing homes to alert residents to the Patient’s Bill of Rights, the
Ombudsman Program and Family/Resident Councils.
from high school, supplemented by college level work in Business or
Public Administration, Psychology or Sociology, and one (1) year of
progressively responsible experience in long term care case management,
mediation or advocacy; or an equivalent combination of education,
training and experience. EACH APPLICANT MUST INCLUDE INFORMATION, WHICH CLEARLY AND CONVINCINGLY DEMONSTRATES THE ABOVE QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION.
Residential Counselor PGMH PT
Volunteers of America Chesapeake
Volunteers of America
Chesapeake, Inc. founded in 1896 in Baltimore, is the
locally chartered affiliate of Volunteers of America,
Inc., one of the nations largest and most comprehensive
human services organizations.
of America Chesapeake accomplishes its spiritually based
mission by serving over 10,000 people annually through
programs that spread geographically from Baltimore,
Maryland to Virginia Beach, Virginia.
This position is located in Lanham, Maryland.
- group home settings throughout Prince George's County,
and relief positions available for various shifts: day,
evening, and overnight.
the clinical supervision of the Rehabilitation Director,
the Residential Counselor is responsible for the provision
of direct services which promote the ability of clients
to participate in appropriate community activities and
which contribute to the development and utilization
of skills necessary for independent living. Additionally,
the Residential Counselor will participate in the assessment
of the client's rehabilitation needs and in the development,
implementation and monitoring of the client's individual
rehabilitation plan. The Residential Counselor is also
responsible for providing crisis services, including
intensive support and assistance, and may be required
to provide follow-along services to suspended or discharged
Residential Counselor is also responsible for ensuring
that clients develop and utilize skills that contribute
to the maintenance of a safe residential environment
as well as documenting service delivery. The Residential
Counselor may be privileged to provide basic health
teaching in the areas of nutrition, exercise, dental
care, substance abuse prevention, and prevention of
injury and illness at home and in the community as well
as training in communicable disease prevention.
is a responsibility of this position.
- Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Sociology,
Mental Health, or a related field from an accredited
college or university or licensure as a Registered Nurse
and one year of experience providing rehabilitative
services or working with persons with chronic mental
illness is preferred
- high school or equivalency diploma and at least two
years experience working in a mental health and/or social
service related field
Responsible for overseeing the delivery of comprehensive,
quality career/workforce development services for at-risk, out- of-
school Baltimore City youth, ages 16-22.
Responsible for planning,
designing, developing, implementing and managing a One Stop Youth
Employment Center and assuring that program objectives are achieved.
Thorough knowledge of employment and training programs, fiscal
management, youth development, grant development, personnel, and other
Thorough knowledge of the methods and techniques applicable to
assessment, training, education and placement of at-risk and
Supervise a staff engaged in the delivery of an employment and training
Analyze and recommend resolution to difficult problems associated with
meeting specific program goals and objectives, fiscal, personnel
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with other
organizations and government agencies.
Develop and write proposals for new funding opportunities.
Create incentive programs that encourage and acknowledge positive staff
and participant performance.
Develop a community recruitment and outreach plan, which insures
appropriate fliers, brochures, and events to promote the Centers
activities and image.
Perform other related work as necessary.
Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology, Psychology, or related field preferred.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
4 years demonstrated program management experience with demonstrated proficiency in timeline development and monitoring.
Ability to coordinate multiple simultaneous tasks.
4 years demonstrated experience supervising a human services staff.
Strong understanding of successful youth development/workforce development practices.
Strong P.C. skills-demonstrated proficiency using Windows (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, MS Project, Access, Outlook)
Demonstrated Grant writing experience.
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