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1DOG GROOMER
Location: Wyoming, RI 02898
Classified DOG
GROOMER

NEEDED
If
interested, please email skydogsllc@yahoo.com  Read More
Published on: 09/17/2019
Published in: Westerly Sun and Southeastern CT Weeklies
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2TOWN OF CHARLESTOWN
Location: Charlestown, RI 02813
Classified TOWN
OF CHARLESTOWN, RI
POLICE
DEPARTMENT
POLICE
OFFICER
The
Charlestown, Rhode Island Police Department is currently seeking
qualified recruit level and certified police officer candidates to
fill existing vacancies within its organization. The current base
salary for this position is $56,400.00 with a generous
benefit package. Upon successful completion of the mandatory
one year probationary period, officers will advance to permanent
police office status; with four annual pay increases to a base
salary of $72,621.00. Applicants must meet all minimum
qualifications for the position of Probationary Police
Officer. Interested candidates must apply on-line and can find
further information at:

www.policeapp.com,

www.charlestownpolice.org
or


www.facebook.com/charlestownpolice/.

The
application period for this position is September 9th - 30th,
2019. Entry level recruit candidates must successfully
complete the Rhode Island Municipal Police Academy
following appointment. Current RI- POST certified police
officers and lateral candidates are encouraged to apply and will be
directed to the appropriate process within www.policeapp.com. The
Charlestown Police Department is an equal opportunity employer.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.  Read More
Published on: 09/17/2019
Published in: Westerly Sun and Southeastern CT Weeklies
 
3Westerly Health
Location: Westerly, RI 02891
Classified Westerly
Health Center
is
hiring for the

following
Positions:


CNAs
Full-Time,

Part-Time
and Per Diem 3pm 11pm and every other weekend.


Dietary
Aide Part Time evenings and some weekends.


Laundry/Housekeeping
Aide Temporary

Full-Time
position could lead to permanent

position
to work on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturdays.



Please
stop by to

complete
an application:



Westerly
Health Center

280
High Street

Westerly,
RI 02891
EOE/FHA  Read More
Published on: 09/17/2019
Published in: Westerly Sun and Southeastern CT Weeklies
 
4Shipping &
Location: Westerly, RI 02891
Classified Shipping
&

Material
Supervisor

Great
opportunity in Westerly, RI with

AMETEK
SCP!


Experience in a

traffic/material
role, documentation and working with carriers. Knowledge of

SUBSAFE
and/or

material
traceability

requirements preferred. Apply online at https:
//careers.ametek.com
or call
401-622.4153.  Read More
Published on: 09/17/2019
Published in: Westerly Sun and Southeastern CT Weeklies
 
5DOG GROOMER
Location: Wyoming, RI 02898
Classified DOG
GROOMER

NEEDED
If
interested, please email skydogsllc@yahoo.com  Read More
Published on: 09/17/2019
Published in: The Westerly Sun
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6TOWN OF CHARLESTOWN
Location: Charlestown, RI 02813
Classified TOWN
OF CHARLESTOWN, RI
POLICE
DEPARTMENT
POLICE
OFFICER
The
Charlestown, Rhode Island Police Department is currently seeking
qualified recruit level and certified police officer candidates to
fill existing vacancies within its organization. The current base
salary for this position is $56,400.00 with a generous
benefit package. Upon successful completion of the mandatory
one year probationary period, officers will advance to permanent
police office status; with four annual pay increases to a base
salary of $72,621.00. Applicants must meet all minimum
qualifications for the position of Probationary Police
Officer. Interested candidates must apply on-line and can find
further information at:

www.policeapp.com,

www.charlestownpolice.org
or


www.facebook.com/charlestownpolice/.

The
application period for this position is September 9th - 30th,
2019. Entry level recruit candidates must successfully
complete the Rhode Island Municipal Police Academy
following appointment. Current RI- POST certified police
officers and lateral candidates are encouraged to apply and will be
directed to the appropriate process within www.policeapp.com. The
Charlestown Police Department is an equal opportunity employer.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.  Read More
Published on: 09/17/2019
Published in: The Westerly Sun
 
7Westerly Health
Location: Westerly, RI 02891
Classified Westerly
Health Center
is
hiring for the

following
Positions:


CNAs
Full-Time,

Part-Time
and Per Diem 3pm 11pm and every other weekend.


Dietary
Aide Part Time evenings and some weekends.


Laundry/Housekeeping
Aide Temporary

Full-Time
position could lead to permanent

position
to work on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturdays.



Please
stop by to

complete
an application:



Westerly
Health Center

280
High Street

Westerly,
RI 02891
EOE/FHA  Read More
Published on: 09/17/2019
Published in: The Westerly Sun
 
8Shipping &
Location: Westerly, RI 02891
Classified Shipping
&

Material
Supervisor

Great
opportunity in Westerly, RI with

AMETEK
SCP!


Experience in a

traffic/material
role, documentation and working with carriers. Knowledge of

SUBSAFE
and/or

material
traceability

requirements preferred. Apply online at https:
//careers.ametek.com
or call
401-622.4153.  Read More
Published on: 09/17/2019
Published in: The Westerly Sun
 
9SNOW PLOW
Location: Plainville, MA 02762
Classified SNOW
PLOW

CONTRACTORS
NEEDED




Town
of Plainville Public Works is seeking

six
wheel trucks - 9' to 11' plows with operators.

Competitive
rates,


assigned
routes.

Contact:
Dennis Morton, Operations Manager

Email:
dmorton@plainville.ma.us

Phone:
(508) 699-2071  Read More
Published on: 09/16/2019
Published in: The Sun Chronicle
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10HELP WANTED
Classified HELP
WANTED


Mature,
reliable person needed for boat cleaning & maintenance. This is
a physically demanding position which requires a good deal of
agility. Interested parties should apply in person with license at:




SOUTH
ATTLEBORO MARINE

518
South Washington North Attleboro, MA


No
Phone Calls, Please!  Read More
Published on: 09/16/2019
Published in: The Sun Chronicle
 
11MARINE TECHNICIAN
Classified MARINE
TECHNICIAN


Experience
required. Interested parties should apply in person w/license:



South
Attleboro


Marine



518
South Washington


North
Attleboro, MA


No
Phone Calls, Please!   Read More
Published on: 09/16/2019
Published in: The Sun Chronicle
 
12Clinical Operations ManagerSafer Foundation
Location: Chicago, IL  60612
Clinical Operations Manager

Regular full-time

Chicago, IL 60612

The Safer Foundation is a social service provider to individuals with arrest and conviction records. Through a full range of services, including case management, educational instruction and advocacy, we focus on preparing individuals for the world of work by helping them find and keep productive and meaningful employment.

General Summary: Reporting to, and working in conjunction with, the Senior Director, Health Policy and Practice Management (SD-HPPM). The Clinical Operations Manager will be a critical component to the successful integration of substance use and mental health outpatient treatment services within Safer's traditional employment services and community sites, starting with the location of 808 S. Kedzie. Services at the outset are Rule 2060 substance use outpatient and intensive outpatient services, but will expand to include other Medicaid-covered or grant-funded services to better meet the needs of our clients. The Clinical Operations Manager is primarily responsible for 1) building Safer's behavioral heath outpatient and intensive outpatient programs/services, 2) supervising and monitoring all intake assessment, treatment, and case management services provided to Safer clients within Safer Community sites, and 3) assuring (in conjunction with the Quality Manager), that all services are provided in compliance with regulatory, contractual and revenue cycle requirements, as well as internal quality benchmarks. The Clinical Operations Manager will assist clinical staff in reaching their full potential at each stage of their professional development.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

* Understand the client flow from referral to discharge, as well as interface with other units/programs in the form of workflows, standard procedures, guides, etc. Train staff to these processes. Make recommendations to the SD-HPPM regarding adjustments/improvements. Implement changes to process flow as needed related to internal or external factors.

* Ensure staff are operating according to expectations at all relevant sites.

* Provide team supervision to counselors/therapists and interns to review cases and provide feedback on intervention and case conceptualization on a weekly basis.

* Translate program needs into efficient staffing patterns, making adjustments to staff assignments, creating and updating schedules; support staff when changes are made.

* Develop the outpatient and intensive outpatient programs, making adjustments to the curriculum, hours, approach to ensure quality, retention, and customization to fit the needs of individuals with justice involvement who are also working to obtain full-time employment via other Safer programs.

* Ensure treatment services are delivered in an integrated and coordinated manner with other Safer program services. In order to achieve this, the Clinical Operations Manager works closely with other programmatic and quality staff to reduce redundancy and improve process flow between programs.

* Routinely audit charts, in conjunction with Quality staff, on a consistent basis identifying errors or deficiencies. Ensure errors are promptly identified, communicated to staff, and corrected in a prompt fashion. All charts are in compliance with all audit standards and internal quality expectations. (These standards are to be met at all times, not just prior to an audit.)

* Assists with the recruitment, hiring and training of qualified clinical staff.

* Recruit, on-board, and supervise clinical interns in order to extend the services of the center. Clinical interns should be interviewed, approved, and processed according to applicable administrative rules of the university, state regulations, as well as internal policies.

* Understand basic clinical processes within our electronic health record systems; be able to troubleshoot standard issues with staff or escalate to the SD-HPPM, Quality Manager, or Qualifacts Support.

* Assist the SD-HPPM with designing and implementing new grants and contracts or changes based on internal decision making.

* Serve as subject matter expert to other programs on clinical matters affecting other areas of the agency.

* Represent the SD-HPPM in his or her absence and the Safer Treatment Center internally and externally.

* May also be involved in crisis intervention and work as a liaison within the community.

* Ensure ethical and professional conduct by clinical staff.

* May be required to participate in after-hours, on-call program.

* Provide occasional direct service during staff shortages or absences.

* Routinely check supply inventory and make orders as necessary.

* Any other duties needed to help drive our vision, fulfill our mission, and abide by our organization's values

Knowledge Skills and Abilities:

* Understanding of life experiences of clients with criminal records' past or current justice-system involvement.

* Strong programmatic and operational experience; ability to conceive intricate operational processes and take from concept to reality

* Experience working with multi-disciplinary teams and running treatment programs/units within larger complex government or social service agencies

* Knowledge of job training, vocational, employment programming, and supported employment a plus.

* Can analyze complex issues, propose solutions and implement decisions in conjunction with the SD-HPPM.

* Excellent teacher/coach

* Excellent coach.

* Problem-solver; go-getter

* Able to adapt quickly to accommodate emerging internal and external changes; able to operate in a fluid environment

* In-depth knowledge of ASAM Patient Placement Criteria and appropriate drug testing guidelines

* In-depth practical knowledge of HIPAA and 42 CFR Part 2

* Knowledge of Medicaid-reimbursement requirements as they relate to service delivery

* Knowledge of Medicaid managed care organizations and processes

* Familiarity with the use of Electronic Health Record software to document notes/services; experience with Qualifacts, CareLogic system is a plus

* Ability to use the internet and technology to access information, resources and trouble-shoot

* Experience using Google Chrome and Internet Explorer to access multiple web platforms or search engines

* Experience with Zoom meetings, WebEx, Go-To-Meetings, and other video-conference web applications Passion for social justice and start-ups

* Operationally agile

* Strong clinical/clinical supervision skills in both substance use (Rule 2060) and mental health (Rule 132/140).

* Experience with Visio or other flow-charting software/methods preferred

Education and Experience:

* LPC, LCPC, LSW, LCSW, Psy.D or other qualifications meeting the clinical supervision requirements for Rule 2060 and Rule 132

* CADC certification in addition to above criteria is a plus

* Experience documenting services in electronic record systems required

* Previous experience as a clinical supervisor/manager preferred

* Previous experience working for a Medicaid-certified DASA/SUPR provider and/or CMHC provider required

To apply:

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=ac5fbe3f-8ce8-4a7c-a4bf-b45f9ddf2e02&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US&selectedMenuKey=CurrentOpenings

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Safer Foundation is a drug-free workplace.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action/Minorities/Females/Veterans

www.saferfoundation.org

No Phone Calls Please


  Read More
Posted on: 09/16/2019
Published in: ChicagoJobs.com
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13Intensive Case ManagerSafer Foundation
Location: Chicago, IL 60612
Intensive Case Manager

Regular full-time

Chicago, IL 60612

The Safer Foundation is a social service provider to individuals with arrest and conviction records. Through a full range of services, including case management, educational instruction and advocacy, we focus on preparing individuals for the world of work by helping them find and keep productive and meaningful employment.

General Summary:

An Intensive Case Manager (ICM) with Safer Foundation's Demand Skills Collaborative (SDSC) is responsible for assisting clients obtain vocational training, recruitment, engagement, referral, case management and administrative tasks. The ICM is responsible for assisting in increasing the number of qualified candidates attending Safer pre-screenings, Professional Empowerment Groups (PEG) groups, working with partners on referrals and maintaining professional relationships with partners and clients such that they both remain engaged and participating in SDSC or other specified program.. This position will work in a specific SDSC sector and assist in recruiting for the SDSC pathways that may include sectors such as Healthcare, Transportation, Advanced Manufacturing, Hospitality, Technology and Construction.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

* The (ICM) will manage a SDSC case load for current and future cohorts.

* The (ICM) will create various reports related to the required metrics of specific grants and projects.

* Assist with identifying referral partner and employer organizations, and developing referral/employer partnerships.

* Assist with identifying qualified candidates to build the candidate pipeline.

* Assist in coordinating industry screening events.

* Referring job ready candidates to open positions (working closely with the Sector Manager II & Account Executive)

* Overseeing creating /keeping client files and information and updating relevant information when needed.

* ​Initiate and employ social media engagement strategies.

* Maintain client engagement once identified, to ensure qualified clients remain engaged, are contacted frequently; attend Safer Foundation or partner appointments/screenings.

* Work with a team to deliver Safer Demand Skills services to new clients.

* Assist in developing and moving candidates through the SDSC pathway qualifying pipeline, such as identifying clients who need training or other Safer services.

* ​ Provide intensive retention follow-up for working clients through weekly contact at 30, 90, 180 and 365 days of employment.

* Work one-on-one with clients to address issues that arise during the course of the program that threaten employability and refer to appropriate services as needed.

* Maintain complete records of client contact in Salesforce.

* Provide interview practice opportunities so that clients can prepare for job interviews.

* Submit reports that are routinely correct and on-time.

* Documenting client interactions, interventions and activities, via established protocols, in an accurate and timely manner. Submitting periodic reports, completing case notes and maintaining audit-ready records. Completing contractual requirements accurately and timely.

* · Administer contextualized Job Readiness Training and various assessments such as Work Keys.

* · (ICM) may have to manage the WIOA/IWDS system and/or other case management systems.

· Other duties as assigned.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

* Knowledge of the employment barriers people with criminal records face and how to remediate them.

* Track record in recruiting, training, placing and retaining low-skilled low-income clients.

* Goal-oriented self-starter who has experience developing and supporting start-up programs.

* Ability to work well under pressure.

* Excellent interpersonal skills and works appropriately with clients, peers, and supervisors.

* Very good computer and writing skills including (MS office).

* Knowledge of Salesforce

Education and Experience:

* Bachelors Degree in related field (Sociology, Psychology, Training, etc.), or combination of education and qualifying work experience

* · 2 years experience providing employment and training services to low-skilled low-income adults.

To apply:

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=ac5fbe3f-8ce8-4a7c-a4bf-b45f9ddf2e02&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US&selectedMenuKey=CurrentOpenings

Please note that after you "submit" your application, you will receive an e-mail acknowledging receipt. Your email provider might misfile this mail as spam or junk mail. Check your spam and junk folders.



Safer Foundation is a drug-free workplace.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action/Minorities/Females/Veterans

www.saferfoundation.org

No Phone Calls Please




  Read More
Posted on: 09/16/2019
Published in: ChicagoJobs.com
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14Retention SpecialistSafer Foundation
Location: Chicago, IL 60661
Retention Specialist

Regular full-time

Chicago, IL 60661

The Safer Foundation is a social service provider to individuals with arrest and conviction records. Through a full range of services, including case management, educational instruction and advocacy, we focus on preparing individuals for the world of work by helping them find and keep productive and meaningful employment.

General Summary:

A Retention Specialist at the Safer Foundation is responsible for intake assessment, providing appropriate internal and external referrals, delivering employment preparation and retention services to clients to enhance their focus in reaching employment benchmarks - 30, 90, 180, and 365 days.The Retention Specialist conducts individualized career planning and facilitates groups centered in pre-employment peer groups. The Retention Specialist provides services appropriate to the client's service pathway: Transitional Employment Pathway requires troubleshooting and problem solving with regards to goals within a job setting with low-skilled clients who have no-to-little work histories; Job Ready Career Pathway requires the shaping of career paths and working to implement those plans with clients who have six months or more of work experience

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

* Conduct intake assessment and assess client's needs and barriers to employment

* Identify client's suitability and eligibility for services; and convey results to client*

* In collaboration with the overall client services' team, provide courteous customer service that is client-centered and in adherence to all agency policy and procedures

* Execute the process of the Retention Services Model (RSM) as prescribed (example: assessing readiness for employment, career interview, and utilizing the STAR technique)

* Facilitate a retention group that supports job search activities for clients seeking, as well as retention activities for clients employed, with a view to advancement

* Maintain client engagement following a job start through a variety of means: phone calls, e-mail, social media, etc.

* Work one-on-one with clients to address issues that arise during the program that threaten employability and refer to appropriate services as needed.

* Maintain the relevant and timely data entry in database systems daily and/or reports as needed

* Complete special projects, along with routine expectations when it is required.



Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

* Excellent interpersonal skills and works appropriately with clients, peers, and supervisors.

* Must be able to write and communicate clearly and effectively present information in individual, small and large group settings.

* Service oriented and flexible to meet changing business needs.

* Ability to work well under pressure. *

* Knowledge of non-profits, strongly desired.

* Knowledge of the employment barriers people with criminal records face and how to re-mediate them.



Education and Experience:

* Bachelor's Degree in related field or a minimum of 2 years' experience in direct service.

To apply:

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=ac5fbe3f-8ce8-4a7c-a4bf-b45f9ddf2e02&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US&selectedMenuKey=CurrentOpenings

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Safer Foundation is a drug-free workplace.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action/Minorities/Females/Veterans

www.saferfoundation.org

No Phone Calls Please
  Read More
Posted on: 09/16/2019
Published in: ChicagoJobs.com
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15Employment SpecialistSafer Foundation
Location: Chicago, IL 60612
Employment Specialist

Regular full-time

Chicago, IL 60612

The Safer Foundation is a social service provider to individuals with arrest and conviction records. Through a full range of services, including case management, educational instruction and advocacy, we focus on preparing individuals for the world of work by helping them find and keep productive and meaningful employment.

General Summary:

The Employment Specialist conducts client intake assessments and provides job coaching and employment readiness training as needed. Clients found to be job ready are matched with employment opportunities that fit their skills and abilities. The Employment Specialist is responsible for building and maintaining strong relationships with area employers and encouraging the hiring of Safer clients.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

* Complete intake assessment and determine job readiness.

* Refer clients to community resources as appropriate.

* Provide each assigned client counseling and as needed coaching in the areas of resumes, interviews, hygiene and dress, communications, other soft skills and employment retention.

* Identify and recruit employers that offer quality jobs and successfully sell them on the benefits of hiring employees through Safer.

* Provide such a high standard of customer service to existing Safer employers that they come to view Safer as a preferred source of employees.

* Act as liaison between employer and client and assist in resolving problems when called upon to intervene.

* Enter and track client information using in-house Salesforce database system

* Complete all paperwork and contractual requirements accurately, completely and on time.

* Ensure all Safer standards are adhered to, including productivity standards.

* Provide assistance to other team members as needed.

* Ensure jobs developed and qualified clients are shared with the objectives of finding the best job for the client and the best applicant for the employer

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

* Knowledge of criminal justice system and area resources.

* Ability to analyze assessment data to plan appropriate intervention.

* Knowledge of local labor market and trends in hiring.

* Ability to establish rapport and persuade others.

* Knowledge of community resources that can benefit Safer clients.

* Knowledge of job search techniques including on-line searches, job boards, composing resumes, etc.

* Skilled in motivational interviewing and active listening.

* Proficiency in MS Office and Internet.

Education and Experience

* Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience.

* Prior sales background helpful.

* Three years prior experience working with individuals with criminal records.

To apply:

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=ac5fbe3f-8ce8-4a7c-a4bf-b45f9ddf2e02&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US&selectedMenuKey=CurrentOpenings

Please note that after you "submit" your application, you will receive an e-mail acknowledging receipt. Your email provider might misfile this mail as spam or junk mail. Check your spam and junk folders.



Safer Foundation is a drug-free workplace.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action/Minorities/Females/Veterans

www.saferfoundation.org

No Phone Calls Please


  Read More
Posted on: 09/16/2019
Published in: ChicagoJobs.com
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16Correctional Residence CounselorSafer Foundation
Location: Chicago, IL 60612
Correctional Residence Counselor (CRC) - I

Location:

Chicago, IL

60624 and 60612

To apply: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=ac5fbe3f-8ce8-4a7c-a4bf-b45f9ddf2e02&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US&selectedMenuKey=CurrentOpenings

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General Summary:

The Correctional Residence Counselor I (CRC I ) is responsible for providing supervision and monitoring to residents of Safer's Adult Transitional Centers. The position primary responsibility is to maintain constant contact and interact with the residents in order to contribute to their successful reentry, while providing for the physical care and security of both the residents and the center.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The CRC-I is an entry-level security position that is responsible for the safety and security needs of the residents, staff and visitors at the two all-male residential correctional facilities on Chicago's Westside..

* Direct supervision, monitoring and safety of residents.

* Control and custody of residents.

* Ensure the safety of all persons and property coming into contact with the centers.

* Manage an assigned post or function.

* Ensures that the maintenance or other duties assigned to the residents are completed in a timely manner.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

* Ability to work a flexible schedule

* One year of work experience

* Ability to work mandatory overtime

* Must have a valid driver's license

* Excellent interpersonal and people skills

* Excellent verbal, reading comprehension and writing skills

* Professional demeanor

* Good work ethic

Education and Experience:

* High School diploma or GED required.

* Previous experience in corrections/law enforcement preferred.

Wages:

Full-time - $ 28,000 (minimum)

Part-time - $13.46 / hour (minimum)

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The Safer Foundation supports, through a full spectrum of services and advocacy,

the efforts of people with arrest and criminal records to become employed, law-abiding members of the community and as a result, reduce recidivism.



Safer Foundation is a drug-free workplace.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action/Minorities/Females/Veterans

www.saferfoundation.org

No Phone Calls Please
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Posted on: 09/16/2019
Published in: ChicagoJobs.com
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17Reentry Case ManagerSafer Foundation
Location: Chicago, IL 60661
Reentry Case Manager

Chicago, IL 60612

The Safer Foundation is a social service provider to individuals with arrest and conviction records. Through a full range of services, including case management, educational instruction and advocacy, we focus on preparing individuals for the world of work by helping them find and keep productive and meaningful employment.

To apply:

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=ac5fbe3f-8ce8-4a7c-a4bf-b45f9ddf2e02&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US&selectedMenuKey=CurrentOpenings

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General Summary:

An individual's return to the community from incarceration is a challenging transition. Upon release, people often struggle with substance abuse, lack of education and employment skills, limited housing options, and mental health issues. In an effort to expedite access to the wide array of services and supports needed to help individuals successfully integrate into the community, the Reentry Case Manager will be an integrated clinical/employment/reentry-case management related role within Safer Foundation. The Reentry Case Manager will possess the expertise and clinical skills needed to address the complex needs clients face. Housed under the Safer Treatment Center, but working in an integrated/cross-functional manner with many components of the organization, the Reentry Case Manager will work to triage the many needs and issues individuals face when coming to Safer for employment services. Specifically, Reentry Case Managers will assess an individual's ability to work and job readiness, including their psycho-social needs that may affect their employability and overall sustainability to live successfully in the community. Reentry Case Managers will determine the best fitting-pathway/program for the individual to obtain and sustain meaningful employment. In instances where individual needs additional supports and stabilization, the Reentry Case Manager will continue his or her relationship with the individual by 1) providing integrated employment and clinical counseling/case-management services directly, 2) connecting him/her to other programs within Safer, and/or 3) linking clients to external providers in the community.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

* Receive direct and indirect referrals to Safer

* Complete integrated intake assessments, including demographics, housing status, insurance information, employability, physical and behavioral health screens, and if needed, in-depth behavioral health assessments and or linkages to address immediate, urgent needs.

* For individuals with immediate/urgent needs, identify the appropriate internal and external providers/services and facilitate access by coordinating/setting up appointments, pre-requisite information, verifying benefit coverage, arranging transportation, coordinating with family/friends, and parole, etc.

* As a result of the intake process, determine best career pathway forward with client.

* For individuals in need of additional supports, develop a treatment/service plan with the client that addresses short term and long-term goals in relation to healthcare, housing, social, and employment related goals.

* Directly or working with another employment specialist or therapist, conduct a variety of group sessions focused on job readiness, life skills, drug education, health and wellness, and other topics.

* Directly or working with another employment specialist or therapist, conduct process groups utilizing cognitive behavioral health therapy and criminogenic thinking.

* Directly or working with an employment specialist, case manager, or sector manager, identify a portfolio of employers appropriate for individuals receiving numerous services or individuals who have special needs.

* Assist clients with Medicaid applications and renewals, as well as facilitating access to other medical, dental, and ancillary benefits.

* In the form of one-on-one follow-ups or multi-disciplinary staffings, coordinate with other staff working with the client, while obtaining the necessary consents and maintaining confidentiality in accordance with HIPAA and when applicable, 42 CFR Part 2 or other relevant confidentially laws.

* Document interactions, services, progress, and milestones in the necessary electronic client systems within expected time-frames and in desired manner

* Office administrative duties for satellite sites

* And any other duties needed to help drive to our vision, fulfill our mission, and abide by our organization's values.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

* Passion for social justice

* Knowledge of the reentry process and cross-sectoral barriers faced by individuals upon release.

* Knowledge of Medicaid in Illinois desired.

* Excellent communications (oral and written), computational and interpersonal skills.

* Computer literacy; able to use MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook) applications.

* Self-reliant, resourceful and outcome-driven with the capability to function in a fast-paced, start-up work environment.

* Previous experience documenting services in an electronic health record system or case management system desired

Experience:

* At least two years' experience performing clinical assessments and individual/group therapy highly desired, preferably within substance use provider, mental health center, or other social service organization.

* At least two years' experience providing services to individuals involved in the justice system.

* Experience providing employment and/or training services to low-skilled, low-income adults highly desired.

* ​At least two years' experience performing clinical assessments and individual/group therapy highly desired, preferably within substance use provider, mental health center, or other social service organization.

* At least two years' experience providing services to individuals involved in the justice system.

* Experience providing employment and/or training services to low-skilled, low-income adults highly desired.

.Education:

* Bachelor's degree in related discipline required.

* Master's degree in counseling or social work highly desired.

Licenses/Certifications:

* Certified as a CADC desired or ability to obtain CADC within two years of hire and/or

* Licensed, or eligible to be licensed, as a professional counselor or social worker in the state of Illinois.

Safer Foundation is a drug-free workplace.

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18Counselor/TherapistSafer Foundation
Location: Chicago, IL 60661
Posting Name: Counselor/Therapist

Chicago, IL 60612

The Safer Foundation is a social service provider to individuals with arrest and conviction records. Through a full range of services, including case management, educational instruction and advocacy, we focus on preparing individuals for the world of work by helping them find and keep productive and meaningful employment.



To apply:

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=ac5fbe3f-8ce8-4a7c-a4bf-b45f9ddf2e02&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US&selectedMenuKey=CurrentOpenings

Please note that after you "submit" your application, you will receive an e-mail acknowledging receipt. Your email provider might misfile this mail as spam or junk mail. Check your spam and junk folders.



General Summary

The counselor/therapist will be housed within the Safer Treatment Center, with cross-functional reporting to the Working | 4 | Peace program-a program that works to engage individuals with arrest or conviction records living in communities affected by gun violence. This position will a) conduct outreach and engagement activities at various community-sites throughout the city, b) provide crisis intervention and case management to referred W4P clients with immediate medical, mental health, substance use needs or housing needs, before engaging in employment or outpatient therapy, and c) provide ongoing therapy and counseling to W4P participants engaged with the Safer Treatment Center

This position is budgeted for 10 months.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

* Conduct outreach and engagement activities at various community-sites throughout the city

* Provide crisis intervention and case management to referred clients with immediate medical, mental health, substance use needs or housing needs, before engaging in employment or outpatient therapy

* Conduct assessments using standardized assessments tools

* Develop treatment plans that are appropriate to the needs of the individual.

* Facilitate individual and group counseling sessions with clients; possibly evening groups

* Complete clinical documentation and progress notes in a timely manner consistent with contract requirements, agency, state, and federal guidelines.

* Administer, interpret and document urine analysis drug testing

* Establish and maintain a good working relationship with community stakeholders/referral sources

* Complete discharge, discharge assessments and discharge summaries for each client.

* Document milestones in CareLogic, Salesforce, or other databases.

* May serve as back-up for other Safer Treatment Center staff when necessary.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

* Passion for social justice.

* Knowledge of criminal justice system and re-entry.

* Knowledge of human behavior and performance; individual differences in ability, personality, and interests, learning and motivation; and the assessment and treatment of behavioral and affective disorders

* Knowledge of principles, methods and procedures for treatment and rehabilitation of substance abuse

* Knowledge of group behavior and dynamics and societal trends and influences

* Computer/Technology Literate: Knows how to leverage the internet and computer applications to obtain information

* Experience using electronic health record systems to document services and progress notes. Special consideration will be given to candidates with experience using CareLogic.

* Skilled in active listening and conveying information to others effectively

* Skilled in critical thinking, judgment and decision-making

* Experience in and passion for program design and implementation.

* In-depth knowledge of ASAM Patient Placement Criteria. Certification in the CANS, ANSA, or IM-CANS assessment(s) is a plus

* In-depth practical knowledge of HIPAA and 42 CFR Part 2.

* Knowledge of Rule 2060 governing substance use treatment services in Illinois; Knowledge of Rule 132 is a plus.

* Knowledge of Medicaid-reimbursement requirements as they relate to service delivery

* Knowledge of Medicaid managed care

Education and Experience:

Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in a human service discipline (counseling, psychology, criminal justice, etc.) with 2 years providing substance use counseling/therapy in an outpatient setting or in a social service agency serving a similar population. Individuals who also have experience providing mental health assessments and therapy will be given special consideration.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:

CADC, LPC, LSW, certification/license or any other licenses that satisfies 77 Ill. Adm. Code 2060.309 governing substance use services in Illinois is required.

Safer Foundation is a drug-free workplace.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action/Minorities/Females/Veterans

www.saferfoundation.org

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19Vice President for Enrollment MaMetropolitan College of New York (MCNY)
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Metropolitan College of New York (MCNY) seeks a Vice President for Enrollment Management to lead this unique and diverse institution of higher education to its next level of enrollment growth, marketing and branding engagement, and student service and success.

MCNY is a not-for-profit, independent and coeducational institution of higher education for highly motivated adult learners committed to transforming their lives and their communities. MCNY serves over 1,000 undergraduate and graduate students at its Manhattan and Bronx campuses, offering year-round accelerated degree programs with convenient schedules and strategically included distance-learning components for added flexibility.

Founded on the belief that students learn best when they understand the Purpose for their learning, MCNY's students make the connection between what they are learning in the classroom and the ability to transform their communities. Anchoring each degree program within the context of the workplace, MCNY ensures students are engaged and competent in both theory and practical application.

The V.P. for Enrollment Management serves as MCNY's chief enrollment and student life officer, providing strategic leadership, direction and operational oversight for the following functional areas/offices: Admissions, Financial Aid, Marketing, Student Services, Career Services and the Registrar.

Key strategic priorities for MCNY's next V.P. for Enrollment Management include:

* Leveraging MCNY's unique mission and educational model to position it effectively in a highly competitive marketplace, particularly for adult enrollment;

* Enhancing the holistic student experience, from initial contact to graduation, to achieve sustainable enrollment growth and increase retention and graduation rates;

* Developing and executing a comprehensive marketing plan that increases the College's visibility and brand recognition, and its social justice and social change mission;

* Being a thought leader to identify new market opportunities and maximize MCNY's presence in them; and

* Thinking creatively to streamline admissions processes for prospective students and enhancing service to enrolled students.

Key qualifications for MCNY's next V.P. for Enrollment Management include:

* A bachelor's degree (with an advanced degree preferred) and substantive progressive experience in higher education enrollment management and student services;

* A proven record of success in growing first-year, transfer, and graduate enrollments, particularly in the adult student market;

* Knowledge of, and experience with, contemporary marketing practices that aid in attracting and retaining adult students;

* The ability to be entrepreneurial and visionary to support MCNY short-term enrollment and marketing goals and long-range strategic objectives; and

* A mission-driven commitment to the under-resourced, socioeconomically disadvantaged communities and students that MCNY proudly serves.

The review of completed applications will begin on October 2nd, 2019. Prior to submission, please thoroughly review the Executive Search Profile. Candidates may apply securely here or at MCNYVPEM@rhperry.com. Confidential nominations or recommendations can be submitted here.

RH Perry & Associates is assisting MCNY in their search. Please direct all confidential inquiries or communication to: Tom DaRin at (585) 451-9385, Matthew Kilcoyne at (202) 253-9846, or MCNYVPEM@rhperry.com.


Confidential nominations can be submitted by going to: https://rhperry.com/newsearches/mcnyvpem

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20Assistant Dean, International & New York University
Location: New York, NY 10003
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The College of Arts and Science is seeking a dynamic Assistant Dean to lead International and Diversity Advising. This individual will serve as senior staff member of the College Advising Center assisting with strategic planning and assessment of overall operations for academic advising and support services for the College's 7500 students. Serve on the Dean's Cabinet and represent the College to various internal and external constituencies. Direct the Academic Achievement Program for diversity students and supervise the advising and support services for the undergraduate international student body and for CAS students studying away. Oversee planning and implementation of academic and leadership development programs aimed at multicultural education. Advise a cohort of students through the College Cohort program. Oversee all administrative aspects of the University's Student Exchange Program and POISE, the College's pipeline program with the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC). Develop and manage staff members, exercising authority over hiring, salary, and terminations.

Responsibilities

Required Education:
Master's degree in Liberal Arts discipline or Higher Education Administration

Preferred Education:
PhD degree in related discipline.

Required Experience:
8 years' relevant experience in academic services administration or student advisement, including staff supervision and event planning and implementation.

Preferred Experience:
Related experience at a top college or university.

Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Superior communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively with individuals at all levels. Ability to develop and maintain constructive and cooperative working relationships with others to further the organization's goal. Ability to advise diverse student population on a multitude of topics.
Qualifications

EOE/AA/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity

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