Camden Family Health currently has a full time therapist position available. Applicant will provide behavioral health services 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. Applicant must have a Master’s Degree and current Licensure. Travel between locations will be required. Competitive salary and benefit package is available. Forward a letter of interest and resume to Camden Family Health 10003 Webster Rd. Camden on Gauley, WV 26208. You may also apply at camdenfamilyhealth.com
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|Highland-Clarksburg Hospital is holding a job fair Wednesday, June 6, 2018, from 8AM-8PM!
Available positions include:
— Behavioral Health Techs (BHTs)
— Registered Nurses (RNs)
— Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs)
— And More
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Fresenius Kidney Care now Hiring Social Worker – MSW Come Explore A Career In Dialysis Patient Care Benefits: Great Pay- Potential Training Completion Bonus – Tuition Reimbursement – Health Benefits – Retirement Savings & Matching – EEO/AA Employer: Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled (4.20.18)
Job Description – Eastern Regional Organizer West Virginia Healthy Kids and Families Coalition Background The West Virginia Healthy Kids and Families Coalition (WVHKFC) is a fast-growing, statewide citizens organization. We unite with everyday citizens to build power and fight for a better future for our children. In the last 5 years, our budget has multiplied more than 12 times over, and our staff has grown from 1 to 14. Our programs run the gamut – from helping to pass 27 pieces of statewide policy change to awarding 259 mini-grants to community teams engaged in health and economic development projects to experimenting with candidate training and leadership development efforts. We are looking for a regional organizer for the Eastern region of the state – from Upshur County down through Greenbrier County, and up through the Eastern Panhandle. This person is responsible for traveling the region, working tirelessly to engage churches, students, community organizations, small businesses, unions, and especially low-income families in the work of making West Virginia “the best place to live, work and raise a family – no matter who you are.” You are part team-builder, part cheerleader, part campaigner, part issue expert, and part leadership trainer. The ideal candidate is an exceptional listener, loves to travel West Virginia, can work with all different types of people, and who has a track record of really making things happen. RESPONSIBILITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS The Eastern Regional Organizer’s main job is to identify, recruit, train, and mobilize community leaders from all walks of life to take action on the local and statewide issues that matter to them. You will have the support of our team, but the final responsibility for covering the Eastern region is yours. Our ideal candidate will be someone who is able to tackle all, or nearly all, of these responsibilities: • Every week, you will conduct 15-20 face-to-face, one-on-one meetings with everyday people in your region to find out how you can walk with them as we work together to transform our communities, and our state. • Organize at least 10 candidate forums, town halls, or community meetings in your region annually – to identify the local and statewide policy issues that matter to your region… and translate those issues into action at the state capitol as part of the Our Children, Our Future Campaign (ocofwv.org) and OCOF Safety Net Campaign. • Recruit, train, and support at least 10 Try This (trythiswv.com) community teams from your region annually, helping them knock WV off the top of the worst health lists through projects like community gardens, walking trails, and farmers markets. • Recruit, train, and support at least 5 Families Leading Change teams annually that are working to improve their local public schools in a tangible way (starting a dads program, adding a vocational program, etc.). • Recruit, train, and support at least 5 youth-led student chapters from high schools or colleges in the region annually – to be engaged in all of the above work. • Find ways to make sure that the Eastern region is represented in our other projects and programs – voter turnout, Healthy Bodies, Healthy Spirits, Parent Wellness Network, Shared Use, Strong Mountain Communities, Call to Action Racial Equality, and the WV Candidate Training Academy. • Raise at least $5,000 your first year – through individual giving, grants, etc. – to help support your salary and grow your region. (New staff members are offered plenty of training and support in learning how to fundraise.) • Be creative! One of the main parts of your job is to listen to the frustration and passion of your region and turn that passion into policy change. Like everyone on our team, you will work hard and pitch in on everyone’s projects. No two days will be alike. The salary for this position could range between $34-38k — depending on experience and skills. Our organization has generous paid-time-off and sabbatical plans, and a $500/month health stipend. Everyone on our staff receives introductory, and on-going, community organizing training. If you are interested, please send the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org with the words “EASTERN ORGANIZER APPLICATION” in the subject heading of the e-mail: • Resume • Cover Letter that explains why you are interested and qualified for the position • 3 References • A 2-page (maximum) writing sample that answers the following questions: o 1. Who are 10 specific leaders (name, town, background info, etc.) in the Eastern region that you would want to engage in our work, and why would each one want to be involved? o 2. Talk about a time when you brought a team of people together to make something happen – what did you accomplish? what did you do well? what could you have done differently? o 3. Imagine you are planning a candidate forum with legislators and county school board members in Morgantown. You have 90 minutes, 12 total candidates, 3 issues to cover, and your main goal is to make sure that everyone who comes to the meeting gets excited to sign up to stay involved after the event. What would your agenda look like? Please apply no later than May 1, 2018. We strongly encourage applications from women, people of color, and members of the LGBTQ community, and people of all ages and experience levels. A hiring committee comprised of community leaders across the region is hoping to conduct interviews in late January or early February. (4.20.18)
West Virginians for Affordable Health Care (WVAHC)
Story Collection Coordinator
Story Collection Coordinator
- Overall Responsibility
The Story Collection Coordinator is a full-time (40 hours a week), temporary grant-funded position working to collect, develop, and share Medicaid success stories as part of our West Virginians Together for Medicaid Campaign (WVTFM). The position with begin on May 1, 2018 and end April 30, 2019. The Coordinator is responsible for identifying individuals in the communities across West Virginia impacted by healthcare policy and assisting in dissemination of these experiences at events, in the media, to the public, and to our policy makers. WVACH is a consumer directed nonprofit health care advocacy organization located in Charleston, West Virginia.
The Story Collection Coordinator does not need to be based in Charleston. The successful applicant will need to travel frequently across the state.
The Story Collection Coordinator shall be directly accountable to and receives direction from the West Virginians Together for Medicaid Director and indirectly the WVAHC Executive Director.
- Community Outreach and Story Collection
- Collect, develop and deploy consumer stories in a story sharing campaign focused on Medicaid
- In cooperation with the WVTFM Director develop a detailed one-year workplan for the project
- Develop a Storybanking kit and training by adapting materials available from the national funding partner
- Build relationships with statewide and local organizations who can contribute to the campaign’s story-collection efforts
- Identify and interview West Virginians impacted by Medicaid and document their stories respectfully and with ethical considerations while guarding confidentiality as appropriate.
- Draft interview notes, personal stories, testimonials and letters. Record video as necessary.
- Document all necessary permissions and waivers and maintain in an organized system. All documents are the property of WVAHC.
- Work with West Virginians Together for Medicaid Director to share Medicaid stories with federal and state policymakers.
- Work with the West Virginians Together for Medicaid Director to prepare and share Medicaid stories with the media in the form of press releases, Op-eds, press conferences, media events, and radio and television interviews.
- Share Medicaid stories in social media and on WVAHC and WVTFM websites.
- Incorporate story consumers into existing advocacy events such as community meetings, meetings with policymakers, and health care education events.
- Organize and successfully run public events.
- Maintains administrative reports and statistical information on activities as assigned.
- Ensure that policies and procedures are being followed.
- Oversees grant projects and prepares required grant reports.
- Attend committees and coalitions as assigned.
- Contribute to grant writing efforts as requested.
- Ensure that grant project is adherent to budget.
- Prepare invoices and expense reports in relation to grant expenses.
- Prepare a monthly contractor invoice and submit to Executive Director for reimbursement on a monthly basis.. Organizational
- Develops and maintains storybank for WVAHC and WVTFM.
- Maintains communication with, and provide assistance to, coalitions, project volunteers, and grantees as assigned.
- Education and Outreach
- Assists with public education, trainings, and information efforts related to Storybanking project to include talking to media outlets, public speaking, social media, and contributing to newsletter.
- Work with communications contractor as necessary in regards to communication and design needs for Storybanking project.
- Skills and Knowledge Required
- Excellent communicator with interpersonal skills and the ability to build rapport and trust.
- Strong writing and editing skills, as well as the ability to adopt the style, tone, and voice accordingly when documenting personal stories.
- Well organized and detail oriented with the ability to prioritize multiple tasks and meet deadlines.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with many different stakeholders and constituencies.
- Knowledge of issues and initiatives that affect low-income people.
- Past experience producing content for the web. Knowledge of how to use Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
Bachelor’s degree in a related field.
This is a one-year contract position. The contractor will be paid $36,000 or $3,000 a month May 1, 2018-April 30, 2019. At this time there are no fringe benefits available for the position .
Application deadline is April 27, 2018.
Submit a letter of intent, a resume, two writing samples, and contact information for three references to:
Chantal Fields, Executive Director
West Virginians for Affordable Care
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 email@example.com EOE by March 16, 2018
FamilyCare Health Centers is hiring a licensed psychologist or therapist (PsyD or LICSW preferred; will consider LPC). AADC preferred. The therapist will provide individual and group therapy for our medication-assisted treatment program at our Teays Valley location. FamilyCare is an integrated primary care practice. Generalist training in behavioral health with experience in integration and working as part of a multidisciplinary team is preferred. Therapist will be responsible for conducting assessments, developing and implementing treatment plans, working as part of an interdisciplinary team and delivering evidence-based substance abuse and behavioral health treatment. Full-time, competitive salary and benefits.EOE. Please send resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Skill Builders LLC
A WV Birth to Three Service Coordination Agency
Is looking to hire WV Birth to Three Service Coordinators to work in
Monongalia and Marion Counties
This position offers flexible hours that you schedule, a great hourly rate and the opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of children and families in your community.
This position does require travel to family’s home in and around the areas listed above.
A minimum of a BA degree, preferable in social work, education or a human service field is required OR being a parent of a child that has aged out of the WV Birth to Three System.
Please email or call for more information regarding this position.
email@example.com or contact Susan Watson at 304-282-8554
This posting/position will remain open until filled
Please post or pass on as appropriate