JOB POSTINGS     

If interested in applying, please send resume to:  tharp-williams@cndcolumbus.org

Current Openings:

  • SPMI/ACT Program Manager
  • Peer Supporter
  • RN
  • APPS Intervention Specialist
  • Prevention Specialist
  • Clinical Social Worker

Read below for position summaries and requirements or click JOB POSTINGS to download.

POSITION: SPMI/ACT Program Manager – Full Time

POSITION SUMMARY: 

The SPMI Program Manager is responsible for oversight of the SPMI QA/QI team and supervises SPMI planning and scheduling of the daily clinical operations.   Knowledge of community mental health resources, particularly SPMI related resources and supports Reviews service program and curriculum to ensure compliance with DACT, Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, CARF, CND program mission, philosophy, and key principals.  Sensitivity to ethnic, cultural, gender; beliefs, and behaviors.   Utilize a motivational approach to engage individuals with their therapeutic relationships and respect boundaries.

REQUIREMENTS: Education:  Master’s degree in human service or behavioral science with Three (3) years of experience in the field of chemical dependence and mental health treatment.  One or more License/Credentials are required: LPCC or LISW  

The following educational requirements are acceptable:  Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with supervisory endorsement and a declared scope of practice of mental health counseling, alcohol and drug addiction counseling and licensed to perform clinical supervision; OR

Licensed Independent Social Worker with supervisory endorsement and a declared scope of practice of mental health counseling, alcohol and drug addiction counseling and licensed to perform clinical supervision.

POSITION: Peer Supporter – Part-Time (16 hours)

POSITION SUMMARY:

CND is seeking a dedicated and supportive individual with knowledge from their own experience that will utilize a combination of medication and treatment in an integrated manner as an effective means of treating opiate addiction.  The program can house up to 5 men at a time allowing for both individualized attention as well as a supportive environment.  Clients are provided with at least Six (6) hours of group treatment daily and live in a safe and structured environment.

This program will offer a safe living environment, prepared meals, 24/7 staff, Group and Individual counseling, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Wellness and Sober Leisure Activities.

REQUIREMENTS:
High School diploma or equivalent, personal experience of addiction and recovery.  Certified Peer Recovery Supporter or willing to become one and/or CDCA certified.

POSITION: RN

POSITION SUMMARY:

This Nurse position will provide skilled nursing services to both opioid dependent patients as well as those individuals that are suffering from Serious Persistent Mental Illnesses (SPMI). Understand the needs of the patient and assist with overcoming stigmas associated with addictions and mental health disorders alongside of the patient’s family.  Provide treatment to patients and ensure medications are correctly administered.  Collaborates with team members within the organization, outside referral sites, and with providers/staff from other mental healthcare settings throughout the County and State.

Understand patient care goals as voiced by the patient, making the patient a major part of his/her treatment and recovery.  Provide advocacy as needed to ensure patient knows and understands his/her rights.  Performs ongoing assessment, intakes, evaluations, triage, teaching, inductions, stabilizations, and monitoring of patients in MAT treatment program.

REQUIREMENTS:
Education/Training: Bachelor’s degree preferred, RN with 3-7 years’ experience.  Current Ohio RN license.  Experience in substance abuse field with community health experience preferred.  Ability to delegate tasks to other team members. Experience in SPMI and community mental health experience preferred.

POSITION: APPS Intervention Specialist – Full Time

POSITION SUMMARY:
Intervention Specialist will work in our Applications, for Purpose, Pride and Success (APPS) department as a liaison between youth, parents and teachers providing high-risk youth with strategies for violence intervention and crisis response actions that include responding to specific gang-related confrontation, mediating and diffusing hostile tensions, and promoting conflict resolution and peace by building activities in the community and surrounding neighborhoods. These individuals will work with primarily youth and young adults ages 14-23.

REQUIREMENTS:
A Bachelor’s degree in the social/behavioral sciences or related field is preferred, or a high school diploma or equivalent with three years of professional experience in the social service field.  Bilingual English/Spanish a plus. Must possess a basic understanding of violence intervention and gang awareness and its related problems.  Any combination of training, education, and experience equivalent to considerable (3 – 5 years) full-time employment in progressively responsible counseling or social services, particularly involving youth and gang remediation activity.

POSITION: Prevention Specialist – Full Time

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Youth Services Prevention Specialist will provide drug and alcohol awareness directly to targeted populations (K-12) in various settings.  Assists in the development and coordination of substance abuse prevention, working with schools, after school groups, summer day camp, community groups and other agencies. These individuals will work with primarily youth ages Kindergarten through 12th grade.

REQUIREMENTS: Education:  A Bachelor’s degree in the social/behavioral sciences or related field is preferred, or a high school diploma or equivalent with three years of professional experience in the social service field.  Bilingual English/Spanish a plus.  Must possess or be in the process of obtaining Ohio Certified Prevention Specialist (OPCS) certification.

POSITION: Clinical Social Worker – Full Time

POSITION SUMMARY:

Works with clinical staff members, mentors them and helps them hone their skills by focusing on ensuring that consumers are receiving the highest quality healthcare services possible. This position will afford the opportunity to serve the adult population diagnosed with mental health and/or substance use disorders served at the outpatient treatment site.   Provide direct services as needed to consumers to evaluate needs, link to resources/services, and help in identifying stability strategies.

REQUIREMENTS: Education:  Masters/Bachelor’s degree in human service or behavioral science with 5 years of experience in the field of mental health and/or substance use treatment.  Independent License required.

All positions require a valid Ohio driver’s license and automobile insurance.  Must pass a criminal background check and a pre-employment drug screening.

CND is an Equal Opportunity Employer