Human Resources Specialist (temporary, hourly)

Our firm is in need of a self-motivated, hourly, part-time HR Specialist to support our HR department. The successful candidate will be responsible for providing administrative support for the department, establishing employment recruitment files, preparing correspondence, and performing filing functions, record maintenance, entering of a high volume of employment records into our HR database and other project as needed. Position requires excellent organizational skills, accuracy, and ability to maintain confidentiality, sound judgment, dependability and reliable attendance. High School Diploma or equivalent and Administrative or Human Resources experience. Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Human Resources or related field preferred.

Behavioral Health Wellness Specialist

HRCSB is seeking a full-time Behavioral Health Wellness Specialist to join our growing and dynamic Behavioral Health and Wellness Program! Specialist will work on a collaborative team providing substance use prevention, suicide prevention, and mental health education resources and trainings to the Harrisonburg-Rockingham community. This position will support the development of the Healthy Community Collaborative (HCC) coalition. Candidate will need to be comfortable presenting and speaking to groups, have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build relationships, have a working knowledge of social determinants of health, and have strong organizational skills. Specialist will have the opportunity to receive trainer certifications in multiple evidence-based trainings, participate in state-level prevention projects, develop important administrative skills related to grant-funded programming, and participate in national conferences! Day-to-day duties may include meeting with local stakeholders on behalf of the HCC coalition, tabling at a health fair, leading an evidence-based training to community members, developing content for a media campaign, doing data entry, and more! Learn more about the work of the BHW Program by visiting: www.mywellnessconnection.org

CSU Technician

Arbor House, HRCSB Crisis Stabilization Unit, has a full-time staff vacancy for an overnight CSU Technician. Team-first dynamics and a person-centered approach to serving others make Arbor House a dynamic, stimulating, and fulfilling work place. Responsibilities include assisting and instructing residents in basic independent living skills, providing overnight supervision to residents, maintains site and assists with basic household cleaning of the facility during evening hours. Minimum education and experience include Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or a combination of education and experience that provides candidate with the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities. Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP) Preferred.

Developmental Disabilities Case Manager

Full-time, salaried position, to provide case management and coordination for individuals with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, many of whom receive Medicaid-funded waiver services. Activities include planning, linking, and service coordination as well as monitoring of service provision. Position requires ability to organize, manage, and document complex services involving consumers, families, and private providers. Candidates need the ability to work effectively with a varied range of ages and disability levels. Requires knowledge of developmental disabilities and documentation procedures; and a working knowledge of client rights and local service systems. Bachelor’s degree in human services plus one year of experience working directly with persons with intellectual disabilities or other developmental disabilities is required.

Developmental Disabilities Program Assistant

Hourly position, supporting the DD case management program by assisting clients with transportation, accompanying clients to appointments such as shopping or community events, and providing some direct support to client’s in their home, including support with IADLs. Additional administrative duties as required. Up to 29 hours per week, with occasional hours spent outside of normal office hours to accommodate client’s schedules. Completion of an associate degree or two years of college in a human services field; OR completion of high school and one year of direct care experience with individuals with mental illness, developmental disability, or substance abusers; OR any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Qualified applicants can obtain an application by visiting our website at www.hrcsb.org
or by calling (540) 438-7180
Mail completed applications to:
Human Resources Manager
Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board
1241 N. Main Street, Harrisonburg, VA 22802
Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug-Free Workplace

CSU Nurse

Be a part of the dynamic, interdisciplinary team teaching and supporting individuals experiencing psychiatric crisis. HRCSB is seeking full-time nursing staff who are proficient in the field, yet sensitive to the challenges individuals face when dealing with a psychiatric crisis. Arbor House is a short-term, 7-bed crisis stabilization program working with folks to avoid psychiatric hospitalization, or stepping down from hospital setting before returning home. Duties include standard nursing practices, as well as working with team of mental health professionals to ensure high quality care to those experiencing a psychiatric crisis. This position provides opportunities for engaging on an individual level, facilitating teaching moments, and life skill development outside of general nursing duties. Candidates must be registered and in good standing with the Virginia Board of Health Professions as a Licensed Practical Nurse or as a Registered Nurse.

General Advocate, Summit House

Summit House, a psychiatric rehabilitation program informed by the Fountain House Model, is seeking to hire a full-time general advocate to work with adults with severe and persistent mental illness.
Staff and clients (who are called members) work together to prepare meals and snacks, complete clean-up and other environmental tasks, and to provide clerical support to Summit House daily. Role modeling of appropriate social and coping behaviors is an important part of the Clubhouse milieu. The combination of working together with members at Summit House and the various groups offered gives members a place to learn skills, try new things and to increase social supports in a supportive environment.
The general advocate is also responsible for leading groups and community outings. The ability to work both independently and as a team member is essential, as well as being able to offer person-centered and trauma-informed treatment approaches in the therapeutic milieu. Some experience with the Fountain House Model in Virginia preferred.
The right candidate will be personable, motivated, organized, ethical, and passionate about working with individuals with severe and persistent mental illness to enhance their recovery and growth towards independence in the community. A sense of humor is a strong plus.
Qualified candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in a human services field, with experience to qualify as a QMHP-A preferred. Supervision of hours towards QMHP-A credential is available for the right candidate. Basic computer literacy and word processing skills required.
This position requires light physical work including walking, standing, kneeling, crouching, and lifting to execute job duties, as well as using kitchen and cleaning equipment.

Information Systems Administrator

HRCSB is seeking a systems administrator who is eager to use and grow their technological skills. In this role, the successful individual will protect our agency information, systems and assets, build solutions, implement new software and hardware and assist in the development of an overall IT strategy. The ideal candidate will be passionate about both information systems and end-user support.
Objectives of this Role
• Maintain essential IT operations, including operating systems, security tools, applications, servers, email systems, laptops, desktops, software, and hardware
• Handle agency critical IT tasks and systems
• Maintain dependable IT infrastructure and networking that’s reliable

Responsibilities
• Perform server administration tasks, including user/group administration, security permissions, group policies, print services, research event log warnings and errors, and resource monitoring.
• Monitor server health using preexisting management tools and respond to hardware issues as they arise; help build, test, and maintain new servers as needed
• Maintain internal infrastructure requirements including, laptop and desktop computers, servers, routers, switches, firewalls, printers, phones, security updates; support internet, intranet, LANs, WANs, and network segments
• Interact with the help desk and other teams to assist in troubleshooting, identify root cause, and provide technical support when needed
• Perform routine/scheduled audits of the systems, including all backups

Preferred Qualifications

Completion of associate’s degree/certificate in a business or computer related field, preferably supplemented by formal computer training/course work, or higher. Five years of experience in technical support operations, preferably in a public and/or healthcare agency; OR any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Considerable experience in the use/operation of PC and network hardware and software. Experience in user support of PC word processing, spreadsheet, database, and Internet/Intranet applications. Some experience with Unix (AIX and/or Linux) system administration is desirable.

Residential Advisor

Full-time position to provide direct client services to adults with mental illness who live in a residential setting. Responsibilities include supervision and supports tailored to meet individual needs both in the home and in various community settings. Position requires flexibility in work assignments, knowledge of mental illness and community supports. Tasks include teaching living skills, informal counseling, crisis management, and ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with and among residents, and documentation in electronic health record system. Bachelor’s degree in a human services field or a related specialty required. Valid Virginia driver’s license required.

Infant Development Specialist

Full-time, salaried position to provide services to infant/toddlers with developmental delays or disabilities in the ITC (Infant and Toddler Connection) program. Opportunity to work with a team of professionals in the child’s natural environment. Requires evaluative skills, knowledge of child development and intellectual disability; ability to work effectively with families from diverse backgrounds; and ability to provide services within complex regulations associated with Part C services. Bachelor’s degree required and certification and/or experience in child development, early childhood special education, early childhood education, or related field recommended.