Milan Puskar Health Right Grants Manager

Grants Manager


Milan Puskar Health Right, a non-profit dedicated to providing health care to low income residents of North Central WV, has an immediate opening for a grants manager. This is a full time position and requires excellent written communication skills, the ability to work as a team member, to identify and write grants, and to assist in meeting the funding needs of health care related projects. Effective time management skills, computer skills and knowledge of data collection are also required. Please send resume to Laura L. Jones, Executive Director, Milan Puskar Health Right, P.O. Box 1519, Morgantown, WV 26507 or by email to  EOE by March 16, 2018


Hawse Health Center is recruiting full-time therapists

Hawse Health Center, a growing Community Health Center/Federally Qualified Health Center, in response to the needs of our patients is expanding our behavioral health services.  Hawse Health Center is recruiting full-time therapists. Therapists will provide assessment, psychotherapy and counseling services as part of our behavioral health program.   Behavioral Health services will be provided at our centers and in our School Based Behavioral Health Programs.  Applicants must be able to work independently and under supervision as a member of a Primary Care Team.  Experience in working with adults, families, children, and adolescents is preferred.  Applicants must have a Master’s Degree and licensure (LPC, LGSW, LCSW, LICSW, or Psychologist). Competitive salary ($35,000 to $55,000 dependent upon licensure/experience) and benefits package is offered. Benefits include Health Insurance, CEU stipends, paid leave (personal, vacation, sick, ceu), clinical supervision, and possible loan repayment.  Interested persons should forward a letter of interest and resume to HAWSE HEALTH CENTER , ATTN: Ken Powers by email to



Part-Time Case Aide/Drug Screening Technician positions available at the Monongalia County Day Report Center in Morgantown

Part-Time Case Aide/Drug Screening Technician positions available at the Monongalia County Day Report Center in Morgantown. The Case Aide/Drug Screening Technician is intended to support the case managers in regard to the drug screening needs of their clients as well as assist with administrative duties as needed. The Case Aide/Drug Screening Technician is responsible for providing drug screens to designated clients, maintaining proper inventory of the drug screening supplies, and maintaining client files.  The Case Aide/Drug Screening Technician can be characterized as someone who understands substance use and co-occurring/co-existing disorders; the varying manifestations associated with such disorders, and is detail oriented.  Position is 20 hours per week, including some late afternoon and evening hours, at a rate of $10 per hour. Background and/or interest in Criminal Justice a plus. Please mail resume to Sarah Abel at 75 High Street, Morgantown, WV 26505, or fax to (304) 284-8987 by October 31, 2017

The Child Advocacy Center (CAC) in Martinsburg has two vacancies for full-time Social Workers. The workers will facilitate services to families utilizing the CAC to include forensic interviews, case tracking and review, advocacy, data collection and report preparation. Extensive community collaboration is required along with promotion of CAC standards, grant writing and reporting. Social Work License is required. Prior experience in CAC environment and ability to converse in Spanish preferred. Competitive salary and benefits include life and health insurance, paid time off and tuition assistance.  Interested applicants should submit a résumé to


Amedisys Hospice is hiring a full time Social Worker in Morgantown, WV and a per diem Social Worker in Charleston, WV.

Amedisys Hospice is hiring a full time Social Worker in Morgantown, WV and a per diem Social Worker in Charleston, WV.  These positions require licensure as an LGSW, LCSW or LICSW and one year of work experience.

As a Medical Social Worker for Amedisys hospice, you will have the opportunity to assist and counsel patients and their family one on one with health related financial, social and emotional concerns. Your work will include assisting the physician and other members of the patient care team to understand the significance of social and emotional factors to develop an appropriate plan related to the terminally ill patient’s care.


Apply online at or contact Marcia Cannon,, 877-815-4612


Case Manager Job Description

Helping Heroes, is a community based, non-profit facility. It provides support services and resources to homeless and near homeless veterans in order to transition them to, or maintain self-sufficiency. Our SSVF Program (Supportive Services for Veteran Families) provides temporary housing assistance in conjunction with comprehensive case management to veterans with families who are homeless or are facing a housing crisis.

Helping Heroes is hiring a Case Manager to work with the SSVF program. The SSVF Case Manager duties are summarized as:

  • Outreach Specialist duties include:
    • Assist the program director in conducting and coordinating outreach activities as assigned

o   Setting up and tearing down for events such as fundraising and outreach activities

  • Case management services including:
    • Refer participants for help in obtaining VA benefits and other public benefits such as health care services, daily living services, personal financial planning services, transportation, fiduciary and payee services, legal services, child care, housing counseling services, and temporary financial assistance.

o   Conducts comprehensive screenings and assessments with veterans to collect functional, environmental, financial, employment, housing, educational, and health information, as appropriate, to develop a case plan.

o   Provides service linkages and support systems for veterans and their families, including for children and adolescents, to ensure identified needs are met

o   Makes referrals to supportive services such as job developers, social workers and health care providers as deemed necessary

o   Develops support systems to meet veteran and family needs; coordinates and facilitates move-in activities, rental negotiations, and service referrals as required.

o   May make home and field visits

    • Provide supportive counseling and advocacy for families; provides crisis intervention, if needed.

o   May requiring help with moving furniture, cleaning and carrying food boxes

o   Other duties required to related physical activity.

  • Complete on-going record keeping and maintenance of statistical data.
  • Prioritization of tasks associated with assigned cases

This individual must demonstrate the ability to report directly to the SSVF Program Manager and must also participate in annual inspections conducted by funding agencies.

Preferred qualifications for this position include:

  1. A bachelor’s degree in social work or human service field is preferred, military and work experience will be considered
  2. 1 – 3 years experience working with veterans and/or the homeless population ( must have experience working with adults)
  3. Experience working with people in recovery
  1. Proven ability to develop relationships with families as well as a wide variety of service stakeholders (VA, schools, health and public benefit agencies
  1. Provide thorough and comprehensive documentation of services in a timely manner
  2. Work independently on identified case management needs
  3. Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
  1.  Able to lift and carry 50 pounds


Additional Requirements:

  • US Armed Forces veteran preferred
  • Social Work License preferred
  • Submit to a criminal background check
  • Pre employment physical with drug screen
  • Copy of Transcripts required upon hiring
  • Hold a valid driver’s license, car insurance and be willing and able to travel. DMV driving record must be provided upon hiring

Resume, Cover letter, and 3 references

            ATTN: Susan Harrison, Executive Director Helping Heroes

            256 Jefferson Ave. Moundsville WV 26041


The United Way of Monongalia and Preston Counties is seeking a qualified Community Impact Director

Looking for an opportunity to work at a dynamic organization that makes an impact in your community? Look no further. The United Way of Monongalia and Preston Counties is seeking a qualified Community Impact Director to manage its community impact strategies, fund distribution process, and agency and community relations by working with volunteers, organizations, and local community members.

Essential Responsibilities:

Community Impact Management

  • Lead the assessment and implementation of the United Way’s community impact model.
  • Oversee community impact programs including the Family Resource Network, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, and Warming Hands and Hearts Heating Fund.
  • Secure grant income and in-kind resources to finance community impact strategies.
  • Manage a grant portfolio to support community impact strategies.
  • Manage special events to support community impact programs.
  • Serve as a community resource on services and needs of the community.

Fund Distribution Management

  • Provide staff leadership in planning and directing all aspects of the annual Citizens’ Review Process, including program outcome measurement work.
  • Recruit high-caliber community volunteers to serve on Citizens’ Review Committee.
  • Explore and recommend alternative fund distribution models for consideration.

Agency Relations Management

  • Manage relationships with local nonprofit agencies to ensure a positive, mutually supportive environment for addressing the most pressing needs of the community.
  • Promote collaboration among United Way partners and other stakeholders that will promote better outcomes for residents.
  • Create capacity building and networking opportunities for partner agencies.
  • Provide educational opportunities and individual consultations to agencies on topics related to non-profit management.
  • Assist partner agencies in the preparation of grant requests, outcome measurement strategies, and other areas of work as requested or as time permits.

Other Duties

  • Provide information and referral for persons seeking services.
  • Represent United Way at community meetings, agency events, and local coalitions/tasks forces.

Essential Skills:

  • Strong knowledge of and experience working with non-profit organizations.
  • Experience analyzing and using data to inform and improve program performance and outcomes.
  • Grant writing experience and successes.
  • Ability to build and retain quality relationships with business and community leaders.
  • Ability and desire to work effectively with professionals and volunteers from diverse backgrounds who have variety of competencies.
  • Strong team skills and proven capacity to initiate and manage complex projects.
  • Excellent communication skills including listening skills, written and oral communication skills, facilitation skills, and presentation skills.
  • Solid technical and analytical skills.
  • Ability to work independently and in a group setting.
  • Ability to effectively meet deadlines and handle multiple priorities.
  • Track-record of setting and meeting goals.
  • Creative in problem-solving.
  • Flexibility to attend evening and/or weekend events.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office applications and data base management experience.

Behavioral Expectations:

  • Represent United Way positively, professionally, courteously, and effectively.
  • Integrate United Way’s business strategies by building positive internal and external relationships.
  • Maintain confidentiality regarding personnel and organizational information.
  • Model the United Way Code of Ethics at all times.

Job Type: Full-time

Required education:

  • Bachelor’s

Required experience:

  • nonprofit management, community planning, or social work: 3 years

United Way of Monongalia and Preston Counties 278C Spruce Street Morgantown, WV 26505-7500 Phone: (304) 296-7525 Fax: (304) 296-6370 Email: