Working at Alliance

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Human Resources
E-mail: HumanResources@AllianceBHC.org
Address: Alliance Behavioral Healthcare, 4600 Emperor Blvd. Ste 200, Durham, NC 27703

Alliance Behavioral Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer. View our Benefit Package.

Page last modified: March 24, 2014
Access Clinician-Teleworker
Salary:Range: $41,786-$71,936
Posting number:01-250-0187Location:Teleworker

The Access Clinician Teleworker is part of the Access & Information Call Center.   The Access & Information Call Center is fully staffed and operational 24/7/365.   The Call Center is the point of contact for individuals seeking MH/SA/IDD services in Durham, Wake, Cumberland or Johnston Counties.  This position is primarily responsible for conducting telephonic screening, triage and referral functions for members and providers.  This position ensures that individuals calling with service needs are safely linked in a timely fashion with available providers within the network and/or community resources. This position provides crisis intervention and referral to Mobile Crisis Teams, County Walk-In Crisis Centers, and Emergency Services when clinically appropriate.

This position will be equipped with all supplies and technologies to be able to work from home.  Position will be required to attend an initial 2-3 week training period on site in Durham prior to working from home.   Position is scheduled primarily daytime hours (8am-8pm) and will require some weekends and holidays as needed to ensure coverage.  Applicant must be willing to work 8, 10 or 12 hour shifts as needed

Strong computer skills, written and communication skills required. Ideal candidates will have strong clinical skills, high level multi-tasking skills, be able to work as part of a team of licensed and non-licensed staff, have knowledge of local resources and various MH/SA services.  Spanish Language skills are a plus.

Minimum Requirements: 

Master’s degree in Human Services field and minimum of three years post degree experience in a community, business or governmental program that delivers mental health support services (e.g. adults with mental illness, children with severe emotional disturbance, and persons with developmental disabilities, adults and children with substance abuse disorders).

Full professional clinical license is required. (LCSW, LCAS, LPC, LMFT, LPA)

 

Posting date:April 15, 2014Closing date:Open until filled
Attorney I
Salary:Range: $58,995-$101,559
Posting number:01-100-0061Location:Headquarters

Alliance is looking for an Attorney I to perform a full range of legal services.  Primary emphasis will be contract development and negotiation and ensuring compliance with the N C Medicaid 1915 b/c waiver.  Duties include: contract negotiation and review, preparation for and conduct courtroom and administrative litigation, negotiate settlements of cases, prepare legal opinions on rules and operations of an agency, draft/review policies and procedures, resolve complaints, advise staff. Employee may represent the agency in appeal cases before Administrative Law Judges or in other courts of various jurisdictions.

The successful candidate must have knowledge of case, statutory, regulatory, and common law; knowledge of judicial and quasi-judicial procedures regarding the rules of evidence; knowledge of the rules of evidence; ability to perform legal research in accordance with initial guidance as to methods of approach, source materials available, and policy and precedent of the office; ability to understand and interpret constitutional provisions, statutes, administrative regulations, and precedents; ability to analyze facts, evidence, and legal instruments; ability to express conclusions and arguments clearly and logically in oral and written form; ability to maintain effective working relationships.

Minimum Requirements: Juris Doctorate from an ABA-accredited law school and licensed to practice law in NC.

Preferred:

Three (3) years’ experience, including experience with administrative proceedings at OAH; Experience representing state agencies or county government; Knowledge and experience with State and Federal laws, rules and regulations governing Medicaid, Healthcare, Managed Care operations and publicly-funded mental health, intellectual/ developmental disabilities, and substance abuse services are highly preferred.

Posting date:January 9, 2014Closing date:Open until filled
Chief Financial Officer
Salary:Depending on Education and Experience
Posting number:01-100-0006Location:Headquarters

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for financial risk management of $400M budget, primarily at-risk Medicaid behavioral health services. Contract revenues also include non-risk grant funds and management of State and Local funds. The CFO is an integral part of the senior management team with responsibility for managing financial performance, attainment of budget and strategic focus on growth objectives.  This position has functional responsibility for Finance, Claims, Facilities and IT depts.   The leadership responsibilities of this position are demanding and diverse characterized by an extensive scope of responsibility for the management and technical aspects of the organization. Supervision shall be provided to subordinate staff.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Strategic perspective with ability to integrate financial needs with business growth objectives.
  • Extensive knowledge of generally accepted accounting and budgeting principles as applied to governmental accounting, financial planning and contract administration.
  • Reasonable understanding of IT systems.
  • Considerable knowledge of applicable state, federal and local ordinances, laws/rules and regulations that apply to governmental financial operations, provider operating standards; contracting performance standards as well as extensive knowledge of agency business practices.
  • Knowledge of financial data processing systems.
  • Ability to perform or supervise the performance of a variety of projects.
  • Ability to resolve complex problems that require the evaluation of alternative methods and solutions.
  • Ability to set objectives, delegate, and prioritize workflow.
  • Ability to make prompt decisions on complex matters and make evaluations concerning day to day operations.
  • Ability to plan, organize, supervise, and review the work of subordinate employees and supervisors.
  • Ability to prepare concise and accurate business reports and plans.
  • Ability to maintain effective working relationships with employees, members of the Senior Management team, providers, public officials and the general public.
  • This position requires significant leadership skills and abilities.  He/she will lead and oversee the development of operating and strategic plans.

Requirements:

Candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Finance, Public Policy or related field and at least 7 years’ post degree experience in increasingly senior finance leadership roles. A Master’s degree and CPA are preferred. The position does require background in a financial and/or budgetary environment and providing staff supervision.

The Ideal candidate should have experience with managing IT and claims positions in addition to accounting and finance experience in Medicaid managed care, insurance industry, or health care.

Posting date:March 21, 2014Closing date:Open until filled
Database Developer/Administrator
Salary:$56,159-$96,677
Posting number:01-550-0216Location:HQ

The Database Developer/Administrator works to design and implement solutions related to meeting reporting, analytics, data modeling, data integration, and other business intelligence requests for Alliance’s business units utilizing advanced Microsoft Business Intelligence tools and data warehousing technologies.

General Responsibilities:

  • Provide database programming, support, and troubleshooting to IT projects.
  • Works with other groups as necessary to gather input for technical design and development
  • Design, develop, and implement complex database systems, programs, and applications
  • Sets and follows design standards using industry best practices.
  • Develops ETLs, create database designs, and presentation layer to fulfill project requests.
  • Mentors team members in the development of projects when needed.
  • Creates technical documentation as required for all project work.
  • Participates on project teams that are led by the IT Director as needed.
  • Develop Technical, structural, and organizational specification.
  • Serve as backup to Database Adminisrtator
  • May be required to work after hours, as needed, to support upgrade, break-fix, or deployment activities.

Preferred Skills/Knowledge:

  • SQL Server 2008 R2, SQL Server 2012
  • SharePoint 2013 knowledge
  • Microsoft BI development tools
  • Experience with ETL development, data modeling, testing, and documentation
  • Experience with SSAS, SSRS, SSIS
  • Experience with SQL development
  • Experience in database administration, data warehouses, database and other business application, business intelligence, business reporting, and/or other data analysis techniques
  • Experience with Erwin a plus

Minimum Requirements:

Graduation from a Community College or Technical School with five years of IT experience with responsibilities in Database development/administration, OR; Graduation from a four-year college or university with a degree in Information Technology or related field and three years of related experience.

Additional Training Preferred:

Previous experience in a behavior healthcare agency preferred.  Microsoft certified training in the areas specifically support by this position preferred.

Posting date:April 15, 2014Closing date:Open until filled
Human Resource Business Partner-Benefits
Salary:Range: $46,115-$79,385
Posting number:01-100-0011Location:Headquarters

The Human Resource Business Partner is responsible for the overall management of Alliance’s employee benefit program from administration, competitiveness, cost effectiveness, billing reconciliation, and program changes to meet the needs of our employees while ensuring we are attractive as an employer of choice.  Candidate will also work closely with the Director and HR team in other key areas of HR.  Position requires that the successful candidate has working knowledge of appropriate state and federal regulations.

Essential Functions:

  • Work independently with minimal supervision in managing/administering the employee benefit program.
  • Review, design, develop, and recommend programs/initiatives that balance the needs of our employees and support a cost effective benefit program for the organization.  Also see discount programs to offer our employees.
  • Work closely with the HR team in other areas such as employee relations, employee/leadership education, and facilitation/problem solving solutions to a win/win scenario.
  • Research, evaluate, analyze, and interpret federal and state laws, rules and regulations and stay abreast of statutory changes affecting the organization and employees.
  • Champion innovative solutions in process improvement, work efficiency, and work flows.
  • Operate with a customer focus, follow up, live up to commitments made, take ownership, and work with a keen sense of urgency.

Essential Job Skills:

This will require exceptional interpersonal skills, highly effective communication ability, and the ability to make prompt independent decisions/recommendations based upon relevant facts.  A high level of diplomacy and discretion is required to effectively negotiate and resolve challenges/issues with minimal assistance.  Analytical, coaching, counseling, problem solving, negotiation, customer service, teamwork, confidentiality, and conflict resolutions skills are essential.  Meeting commitments is essential.

Minimum Requirements:

Education and experience equivalent to graduation from a two year college or university and four years of experience in personnel administration in a technical or administrative capacity involving the development of procedures for implementation of policies, and the application and interpretation of policies and procedures in benefits administration.

Preferred:

Five or more years of progressive experience in employee benefits administration, as well as, experience in other facets of HR; working knowledge and experience with state and Federal laws, rules, and regulations governing employment; public and/or private sector HR experience. Knowledge of Medicaid Managed Care Operations and publicly funded mental health, intellectual/ developmental disabilities, and substance abuse services would be a plus.

Posting date:January 24, 2014Closing date:Open until filled
I/DD Care Coordinator-Cumberland
Salary:Range: $36,046-$62,052
Posting number:04-250-0378Location:Cumberland

The I/DD Care Coordinator is responsible for providing comprehensive care coordination and monitoring (including person centered Individual Support Planning) to individuals having a primary Intellectual Developmental Disability, which may include a secondary Mental Health or Substance Abuse need.  This position requires a dynamic, proactive approach to assessment, monitoring and coordination of care, to ensure quality supports and consistent adherence to waiver requirements. This is a mobile position with work done in a variety of locations, including individual’s homes, provider locations, and community settings.

This position requires a demonstrated knowledge of the assessment and treatment of developmental disabilities, with or without co-occurring mental illness.  This position requires exceptional interpersonal skills, highly effective communication ability, and the propensity to make prompt independent decisions based upon relevant facts and established processes.  Problem solving, negotiation and conflict resolution skills are essential.

Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education, Psychology, Social Work or closely related Human Services area and at least two years of post-degree professional experience working directly with individuals with an I/DD diagnosis.  Proficiency with Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc) is required.

Fluency in Spanish preferred.

Posting date:December 11, 2013Closing date:Open until filled
I/DD Care Coordinator-Wake
Salary:Range: $36,046-$62,052
Posting number:03-250-0093Location:Wake site

The I/DD Care Coordinator is responsible for providing comprehensive care coordination and monitoring (treatment planning case management) to individuals having a primary Intellectual Developmental Disability, which may include a secondary Mental Health or Substance Abuse need.  This position requires a dynamic, proactive approach to assessment, monitoring and coordination of care, to ensure quality supports and consistent adherence to waiver requirements. This is a mobile position with work done in a variety of locations. The I/DD Care Coordinator spends a considerable amount of time in the field and completes required documentation/paperwork at an office location.

Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education, Psychology, Social Work or closely related Human Services area and two years of post-degree professional experience; Behavioral Health experience preferred.

Spanish speaking a plus.

Posting date:April 7, 2014Closing date:Open until filled
In-reach Peer Support Specialist
Salary:Range: $34,313-$59,069
Posting number:03-250-0423Location:Wake site

The In-Reach Peer Support Specialist is responsible for engagement, education and support for individuals who have a serious mental illness (SMI) or a serious and persistent mental illness (SPMI) to inform these individuals about community mental health services and multiple aspects of supported housing including rental assistance and the availability of tenancy support services.

In-reach is ongoing and includes activities geared to educate individuals about all community based options including transitioning to supported housing, the benefits of supported housing, the array of services and supports available to those in supported housing including rental subsidy. The individual in this position also must inform individuals about Medicaid, Special Assistance, services under the N.C. State Plan for Medical Assistance, services under the State funded service array (for which the individual may be eligible). In-reach also includes offering opportunities to the individual to meet with other individuals with disabilities who are living, working and receiving services in integrated settings.

Working to ensure that all rights of the individual are acknowledged and protected as defined by State law.

Knowledge about Medicaid and Special Assistance benefits, available clinical services, community supports and supported housing.

Training in the following:

  • Assertive Engagement
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Active Listening Skills,
  • RENEW Transition Model and other relevant models of engagement

Minimum Requirements:

High school/GED and 2 years’ experience with the MH/SA population.  Must be a N.C. Certified Peer Support Specialist

Special Requirement: Driver’s license and safe driving record required.

Posting date:January 29, 2014Closing date:Open until filled
MH/SA Care Coordinator-Cumberland
Salary:Range: $39,779-$68,478
Posting number:04-250-0392 Location:Cumberland Site

The Care Coordinator is responsible for providing proactive intervention and coordination of services to individuals in the Special Health Care needs and High Risk-High Cost population. Tasks include monitoring and assurance that assessments, person-centered plans, discharge plans, and crisis plans are of high quality and meet the individual’s needs by providing services in the least restrictive service needed. Care Coordination may assist by providing referrals to the provider network, linking to local resources and monitoring consumer’s progress and provider service delivery. Care Coordinators manage and facilitate Child/Adult High Risk Team meetings in collaboration with consumers, families, providers, and other stakeholders.

Minimum Requirements

A Master’s degree in a Human Services field (such as Psychology, Social Work, etc.) is required, along with at least two years of post-degree progressive experience providing similar services to the population served.  Additionally, valid NC license or provisional license in profession (social work, counseling or psychology) is required.

Additional Training Preferred:

Experience in the public mental health field is highly desired due to the complexity of the work of the organization.

Posting date:February 3, 2014Closing date:Open until filled
MH/SA Care Coordinator-Durham
Salary:Range: $39,779-$68,478
Posting number:02-250-0114Location:Durham site

The Care Coordinator is responsible for providing proactive intervention and coordination of services to individuals in the Special Health Care needs and High Risk-High Cost population. Tasks include monitoring and assurance that assessments, person-centered plans, discharge plans, and crisis plans are of high quality and meet the individual’s needs by providing services in the least restrictive service needed. Care Coordination may assist by providing referrals to the provider network, linking to local resources and monitoring consumer’s progress and provider service delivery. Care Coordinators manage and facilitate Child/Adult High Risk Team meetings in collaboration with consumers, families, providers, and other stakeholders.

Requires A Master’s degree in a Human Services field (such as Psychology, Social Work, etc.) is required, along with at least two years of post-degree progressive experience providing similar services to the population served.  Additionally, valid NC license or provisional license in profession (social work, counseling or psychology) is required.

Additional Training Preferred:

Experience in the public mental health field is highly desired due to the complexity of the work of the organization.

Posting date:January 14, 2014Closing date:Open until filled
MH/SA Care Coordinator-Wake site
Salary:Range $39,779-$68478
Posting number:03-250-0116 (2 openings)Location:Wake site

The Care Coordinator is responsible for providing proactive intervention and coordination of services to individuals in the Special Health Care needs and High Risk-High Cost population. Tasks include monitoring and assurance that assessments, person-centered plans, discharge plans, and crisis plans are of high quality and meet the individual’s needs by providing services in the least restrictive service needed. Care Coordination may assist by providing referrals to the provider network, linking to local resources and monitoring consumer’s progress and provider service delivery. Care Coordinators manage and facilitate Child/Adult High Risk Team meetings in collaboration with consumers, families, providers, and other stakeholders.

Requires A Master’s degree in a Human Services field (such as Psychology, Social Work, etc.) is required, along with at least two years of post-degree progressive experience providing similar services to the population served.  Additionally, valid NC license or provisional license in profession (social work, counseling or psychology) is required.

Additional Training Preferred:

Experience in the public mental health field is highly desired due to the complexity of the work of the organization.

Posting date:April 3, 2014Closing date:Open until filled
Network Analyst
Salary:Range: $48,443-$83,394
Posting number:01-550-0234Location:Headquarters

The Network Analyst is an information technology professional responsible for maintaining the software, hardware and peripherals that make up the computer network system. The network analyst makes sure that the network is working properly and securely. The items that they monitor include the workstations, servers, connectivity devices and software that run them. The network administrator is key to continued system functionality.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Ability to maintain and troubleshoot computer network hardware, software, and peripherals. Ability to provide a range of systems training and/or support activities for users. Ability to develop and write systems and applications documentation and guides for users. Ability to determine computer problems and to coordinate hardware and/or software solutions. Ability to develop systems solutions for operational problems. Ability to learn and support new network components. Work with users requires interpersonal skills.

Ability to serves as a productive team member on a project team or manage a project task. Ability to evaluate and maintain technology of moderate complexity. Knowledge of available technologies to assess and recommend solutions for work of moderate complexity in voice, video or data. Ability to effectively use available tools in problem solving and systems analysis.

Minimum Requirements:

Graduation from a Community College or Technical School with a major in computer science or related field in an information technology related field and 3 years of progressively responsible work experience in an information systems department, preferably in a healthcare or managed care environment which provided the opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills required to perform the duties of the position.  Military experience and education in the field of work related to the position’s role may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.

Preferred:

Bachelor’s Degree in an information technology related field and 1 year of progressively responsible work experience in an information systems department, preferably in a healthcare or managed care environment.

Posting date:January 14, 2014Closing date:Open until filled
Senior Network Security Specialist
Salary:Range: $56,159-$96,677
Posting number:01-550-0419Location:Headquarters

The Senior Network Security Specialist is responsible for the collaborative development, deployment, and management of data protection and infrastructure security solutions.  This position will be the team lead for vulnerability assessment, patch management, incident handling, and security event management.  Duties include supporting information security projects, firewall maintenance changes, compliance efforts, processing security-related help tickets, application, change control, security research, risk analysis, vulnerability testing, auditing, conducting information security systems analysis, utilization of a variety of information security and computer forensic investigation tools, and functioning as a member of the information security team on security projects. The position requires participation in the on-call rotation and other team-shared duties. This position calls for a high level of integrity, good judgment, knowledge concerning issues of privacy and confidentiality, excellent oral and written communication skills, ability to work as an independent, productive, responsible, self-motivated member of a team in high pressure situations while maintaining a calm, customer-friendly perspective.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Enterprise firewall experience.
  • Knowledge of TCP/IP and routing.
  • Enterprise project management experience.
  • Information technology audit experience.
  • Experience in information security, ideally in large multi-platform environments.
  • Operating systems knowledge and systems administration skills for Windows.
  • Familiarity with vulnerability management tools and processes.
  • Experience with analyzing network attacks.
  • Experience in the evaluation of new technology and security threats as they arise.
  • Familiarity with information security best practices and related laws.
  • Familiarity with the execution of information security compliance efforts.

Minimum Requirements:

Graduation from a Community College or Technical School with a major in computer science or related field in an information technology related field and five or more years of progressively responsible work experience in an information systems department, preferably in a healthcare or managed care environment which provided the opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills required to perform the duties of the position.  Military experience and education in the field of work related to the position’s role may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.

Preferred:

Bachelor’s Degree in an information technology related field and three or more years of progressively responsible work experience in an information systems department, preferably in a healthcare or managed care.

Preferred Certifications: Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE)

Posting date:October 18, 2013Closing date:Open until filled
Senior Networking Specialist
Salary:Range: $56,159-96,677
Posting number:01-550-0214Location:Headquarters

The Senior Networking Specialist performs complex technical and responsible professional work defining the network computing needs of Alliance.  Develop and maintain the network system that will meet Alliance’s business needs.  Identify, develop, and manage hardware and software needs and provide technical leadership and guidance to Help Desk Technicians.  

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Requires thorough knowledge of personal computer technology, networking, telecommunication, related peripheral equipment, and other IT related support systems.  Considerable knowledge of networking and database management systems.  Manage the installation of PCs, servers, operating systems, network software, and applications software.  Identify hardware requirements, find and evaluate alternatives, present solutions, make recommendations and follow projects through to completion.  Knowledge of the principles and methods used in obtaining maximum utilization of computing and networking equipment.  Knowledge of database management systems and data modeling techniques.  Skilled in technical, ability to manage multiple projects in a diverse development environment.

Minimum Requirements:

Graduation from a Community College or Technical School with a major in computer science or related field in an information technology related field and five or more years of progressively responsible work experience in an information systems department, preferably in a healthcare or managed care environment which provided the opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills required to perform the duties of the position.  Military experience and education in the field of work related to the position’s role may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.

Preferred:

Bachelor’s Degree in an information technology related field and three or more years of progressively responsible work experience in an information systems department, preferably in a healthcare or managed care.

Preferred Certifications: Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE)

Posting date:March 14, 2014Closing date:Open until filled
UM Care Manager-I/DD
Salary:Range: $39,779-$68,478
Posting number:01-250-0325Location:Headquarters

The Intellectual and Developmental Disability (I/DD) Care manager position’s primary responsibility is to review requests for authorization of services to ensure individuals receive services in the least restrictive, most integrative setting appropriate to their individual needs.  The appropriate candidate for this position has experience of prior authorization, continued stay, and discharge reviews for I/DD Medicaid and/or State funded services to ensure appropriate level of care for consumers.  They are familiar with documentation and clinical protocols and policies for utilization purposes.  They have experience collaborating with providers and other agencies that support access to services.  They must have good organization skills and possess excellent verbal and written communication skills; Excellent interpersonal and communication problem solving skills; Proficiency in Microsoft Office products (such as Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.) is required..

Requires Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Master’s degree in a human service field and one year of full-time, post-graduate degree accumulated Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) experience, OR a graduate of a college or university with a bachelor’s degree in a human service field and two years of full-time, post-bachelor’s degree accumulated I/DD experience with the population served; OR a graduate of a college or university with a bachelor’s degree in a field other than human services and has four years of full-time, post-bachelor’s degree accumulated I/DD experience. Experience with a C waiver population is a plus.  Experience in a UM environment in Behavioral Healthcare would be valuable for this employee.

Active Clinical Licensure is strongly preferred.

Posting date:December 11, 2013Closing date:Open until filled
Youth Opportunity Coordinator
Salary:Range: $39,779-$68478
Posting number:02-300-0427Location:Durham site

The Youth Opportunity Coordinator works to support the implementation of all goals and strategies of the Youth Opportunity Initiative through a combination of community activities with various public and private agencies, development of processes and agreements to address critical community needs pertaining to youth and young adults who are most at risk of disconnection and foster relationships and partnerships to assist in sustaining a System of Care approach for transition age youth.

KNOWLEDGES, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

This position will require exceptional interpersonal skills, highly effective communication ability, and the propensity to make prompt independent decisions based upon relevant facts.  Problem solving, consensus building and conflict resolution skills are essential.

The employee must have a general knowledge of social and developmental challenges facing high risk youth. The employee must have a working knowledge of community resources and understanding of key service systems.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and three years of experience in a Human Services or an equivalent combination of education and experience.  Lived experience in overcoming life obstacles (ie, past criminal justice involvement, mental health/substance abuse issues, school difficulties, etc…) is strongly preferred.

Position Status: Provisional

Posting date:March 28, 2014Closing date:Open until filled
Youth Opportunity Director
Salary:Range: $46,115-$79,385
Posting number:02-300-0426Location:Durham site

The Youth Opportunity Director works to support the implementation of all goals and strategies of the Youth Opportunity Program through a combination of community activities with various public and private agencies, development of processes and agreements to address critical community needs pertaining to youth and young adults who are most at risk of disconnection and foster relationships and partnerships to assist in sustaining a System of Care approach for transition age youth.

KNOWLEDGES, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

This position will require exceptional interpersonal skills, highly effective communication ability, and the propensity to make prompt independent decisions based upon relevant facts.  Problem solving and conflict resolution skills are essential.

The employee must have a general knowledge of social and developmental challenges facing disconnected youth. The employee must have a working knowledge of community resources and understanding of key service systems

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

A  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university and at least four years of progressive experience in Human Services, or an equivalent combination of education and training.

Master’s degree in Human Services strongly preferred.

Position Status: Provisional

Posting date:March 28, 2014Closing date:Open until filled