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734
Title Residential Counselor
Salary $24,600
Location Buckhannon, WV
Job Information

Do you enjoy working with families? Do you have an degree in education, social work, criminal justice, sociology, or psychology, and want a hands-on experiences working for a reputable company? Do you enjoy providing community based behavioral health services? Looking for a career change? Just starting out your career in behavioral health? 

Home Base Inc. is seeking enthusiastic, reliable and ambitious Residential Counselors for their Community Based Group Homes, to serve families in the Lewis and Upshur County areas! Home Base Inc. offers a competitive salary and benefits package: health, dental, vision, IRA after two years of service, tuition reimbursement, and hands-on training! Join our team as a Residential Counselor today! 

If you want to gain hands-on experience, while working for a reputable and professionally established company, APPLY TODAY!  ***RESUME IS REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION! ***

Job Title: Residential Counselor

Reports to: Site Clinician

Qualifications

Residential Counselors hold a Bachelor’s Degree in a human services field from an accredited college or university OR four years of experience with the targeted population, one of which must have been in a supervised clinical capacity preferred

Purpose: The Residential Counselor is the primary care provider to the group home residents. They are individuals in pursuit of a career in child welfare, either in the clinical, administrative, or social work fields. Their primary purpose of a Residential Counselor to provide the client with a consistent, positive, safe, and nurturing environment. It is expected that the Residential Counselor, in this capacity, will have the greatest, of all staff’s, impact on the lives of the group home residents. As such they are given the guidance of seasoned, trained supervision, but are also called upon to advocate for, and guide supervisory staff, in the provision of services for the client. Residential Counselors are in charge of the supervision of clients and are likened to the floor managers of production facilities. They are frequently called upon to assess policy and the decisions of supervisory staff.

Responsibilities:

The responsibilities for Residential Counselors include but are not limited to:

Ensuring clients participate in daily scheduled activities
Assisting clients with all aspects of daily living skills and time management, including waking in the morning, preparing for the day, completing chores, performing educational requirements, as well as keeping track of personal progress on the client’s treatment plan
Preparation of meals for clients in accordance with menu, including the participation of clients in meal preparation as a programmatic implement
Maintaining current knowledge of client treatment plan goals and objectives
Implementing treatment activities under supervision of clinical staff
Transporting client to extracurricular activities
Transporting client to activities associated with the client’s service plan, such as doctor appointment or JPO check-in
Housekeeping duties including the supervision of client chores
Maintenance of facility vehicle
Coordinating supportive group counseling sessions on a daily basis
Providing individual supportive counseling to clients as needed
Developing personal work plans which reflect motivation and an attempt to better themselves as a professional in the field and a person as a whole
Maintain a working knowledge of the agencies policies and procedures and comply with all regulations therein
Conduct monthly fire drills according to policy
Liaison with client families, school personnel, court official, DHHR representatives and any other persons involved in the welfare of group home residents
Interact with clients in all aspects of daily life especially recreational and social development activities
Document progress of clients on a daily basis
Prepare transition reports at the end of shift including petty cash receipts, incident reports, and any other relevant information effecting the supervision of the group home clients
Maintain documentation in a neat and orderly fashion in compliance with regulations
Perform any other duties as assigned by the Site Clinician or Executive Director

The starting salary for Residential Counselors is $24,600. 

Home Base Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

 

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737
Title Outreach Counselor
Start Date 2017-09-27
Location Romney, WV
Job Information
 

Do you enjoy working with families? Are you interested in Social Work, or looking to make a career change? Are you just starting out in Social Work, and want hands on experience? Make a difference in the lives of at-risk children and families as a Home Base, Inc. Outreach Counselor! 

We offer a competitive benefits package for eligible full-time employees. This position starts out at part-time, with the possibility of becoming full-time. We offer health insurance, dental, vision, IRA after 2 years of services, tuition reimbursement, flexible scheduling, and hands-on experience.

If you want to gain hands-on social work experience, while working for a reputable and professionally established company, APPLY TODAY! 

***RESUME IS REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION! FAILURE TO UPLOAD A CV WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION OF YOUR APPLICATION.***

Overview:

Professional Outreach Counselors provide an array of social services, both observational and instructional, to ensure the safety and well-being of children and preserve families when possible. In-home services aim to improve clients’ situations by correcting parental deficits, building necessary life skills, and capitalizing on existing parental strengths. Foster care services aim to preserve family bonds during periods of separation, while concurrently providing targeted education and support to parents during court ordered improvement periods.

Qualifications:

HBI Professional Outreach Counselors possess applicable four year degrees, have experience providing direct service to children and families, and are licensed and insured to operate a motor vehicle in their state of residence.

Applicable four year degrees can include: Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Counseling, Interpersonal Communication, Human Services, Education, Criminal Justice, Board of Regents with an emphasis in Human Service, Gerontology, and Family and Consumer Science.

All Outreach Counselors must have a CIB and an APS/CPS screen completed with no negative information. 

Organizational Placement:

Professional Outreach Counselors report to the Unit Supervisor of the office in which they are employed, and work under the supervision of a Regional Clinical Supervisor.

Responsibilities Specific Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Establishing personalized service plans for clients and providing systematic interventions targeting deficits and capitalizing on strengths.
Opening cases within mandated timeframes. Scheduling visits with clients at a minimum of once weekly or as specified by the DHHR case manager.
Providing services within the defined boundaries of the APS Healthcare Utilization Management Guidelines Manual.
Adhering to the NASW Code of Ethics as well as the ASO Code of Conduct in all professional matters.
Documenting all attempted and actual contacts with clients including specific intervention tactics and client response.
Submitting documentation by specified deadlines.
Communicating closely with DHHR case managers to provide updates and relay important behavioral information regarding clients.
Maintaining well-ordered client records with chronological intervention notes.
Participating in Multi-Disciplinary Team meetings as an advocate for respectful communication as well as fair and reasonable recommendations.
Testifying in court regarding client behavior, compliance and progress. Discharging cases from service promptly after case closure. Attending Staff meetings and trainings as mandated. Participating in monthly Clinical Supervision.
Working to continuously improve practice and intervention skills, as well as professional and administrative competencies.
Using clinical and supervisory feedback to self-monitor and refine skills. Working cooperatively with co-workers to create a pleasant and supportive office atmosphere.
Elevating the esteem of the social service profession by consistently demonstrating respect for others, personal integrity, and direct and honest communication with clients and professional colleagues
Offering supportive counseling services to clients receiving mental health services.

Job Requirements:

Must be able to pass a Fingerprint Background Check (CIB), and an APS/CPS Background check Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or Human Services related area Required
Master’s Degree in Social Work and licenses preferred, but not required
Must be able to communicate effectively with families, children, case workers, and supervisors
Must be able to work evenings and weekends
Organizational skills are essential
Documentation skills are essential
Time management skills are a must
Professionalism
Valid Driver’s License and Insurance
Must have your own reliable transportation                                                                             Experience with Microsoft Office is essential                                                                                       Computer skills are essential

Physical Requirements:

Must be able to walk up and down stairs
Must be able to operate a motor vehicle and follow all motor vehicle laws that apply to West Virginia and the state of which you are a resident
Must be able to lift 5-50 pounds
Must be able to kneel, bend, squat, and stand

 

Home Base, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Apply Now


7201
Title Outreach Counselor
Location Moundsville, WV
Job Information

Do you enjoy working with families? Are you interested in Social Work, or looking to make a career change? Are you just starting out in Social Work, and want hands on experience? Make a difference in the lives of at-risk children and families as a Home Base, Inc. Outreach Counselor! 

We offer a competitive benefits package for eligible full-time employees. This position starts out at part-time, with the possibility of becoming full-time. We offer health insurance, dental, vision, IRA after 2 years of services, tuition reimbursement, flexible scheduling, and hands-on experience.

If you want to gain hands-on social work experience, while working for a reputable and professionally established company, APPLY TODAY! 

***RESUME IS REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION! FAILURE TO UPLOAD A CV WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION OF YOUR APPLICATION.***

Overview:

Professional Outreach Counselors provide an array of social services, both observational and instructional, to ensure the safety and well-being of children and preserve families when possible. In-home services aim to improve clients’ situations by correcting parental deficits, building necessary life skills, and capitalizing on existing parental strengths. Foster care services aim to preserve family bonds during periods of separation, while concurrently providing targeted education and support to parents during court ordered improvement periods.

Qualifications:

HBI Professional Outreach Counselors possess applicable four year degrees, have experience providing direct service to children and families, and are licensed and insured to operate a motor vehicle in their state of residence.

Applicable four year degrees can include: Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Counseling, Interpersonal Communication, Human Services, Education, Criminal Justice, Board of Regents with an emphasis in Human Service, Gerontology, and Family and Consumer Science.

All Outreach Counselors must have a CIB and an APS/CPS screen completed with no negative information. 

Organizational Placement:

Professional Outreach Counselors report to the Unit Supervisor of the office in which they are employed, and work under the supervision of a Regional Clinical Supervisor.

Responsibilities Specific Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Establishing personalized service plans for clients and providing systematic interventions targeting deficits and capitalizing on strengths.
Opening cases within mandated timeframes. Scheduling visits with clients at a minimum of once weekly or as specified by the DHHR case manager.
Providing services within the defined boundaries of the APS Healthcare Utilization Management Guidelines Manual.
Adhering to the NASW Code of Ethics as well as the ASO Code of Conduct in all professional matters.
Documenting all attempted and actual contacts with clients including specific intervention tactics and client response.
Submitting documentation by specified deadlines.
Communicating closely with DHHR case managers to provide updates and relay important behavioral information regarding clients.
Maintaining well-ordered client records with chronological intervention notes.
Participating in Multi-Disciplinary Team meetings as an advocate for respectful communication as well as fair and reasonable recommendations.
Testifying in court regarding client behavior, compliance and progress. Discharging cases from service promptly after case closure. Attending Staff meetings and trainings as mandated. Participating in monthly Clinical Supervision.
Working to continuously improve practice and intervention skills, as well as professional and administrative competencies.
Using clinical and supervisory feedback to self-monitor and refine skills. Working cooperatively with co-workers to create a pleasant and supportive office atmosphere.
Elevating the esteem of the social service profession by consistently demonstrating respect for others, personal integrity, and direct and honest communication with clients and professional colleagues
Offering supportive counseling services to clients receiving mental health services.

Job Requirements:

Must be able to pass a Fingerprint Background Check (CIB), and an APS/CPS Background check Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or Human Services related area Required
Master’s Degree in Social Work and licenses preferred, but not required
Must be able to communicate effectively with families, children, case workers, and supervisors
Must be able to work evenings and weekends
Organizational skills are essential
Documentation skills are essential
Time management skills are a must
Professionalism
Valid Driver’s License and Insurance
Must have your own reliable transportation                                                                             Experience with Microsoft Office is essential                                                                                       Computer skills are essential

Physical Requirements:

Must be able to walk up and down stairs
Must be able to operate a motor vehicle and follow all motor vehicle laws that apply to West Virginia and the state of which you are a resident
Must be able to lift 5-50 pounds
Must be able to kneel, bend, squat, and stand

 

Home Base, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Apply Now


11507
Title Outreach Counselor
Location Wheeling, WV
Job Information

Do you enjoy working with families? Are you interested in Social Work, or looking to make a career change? Are you just starting out in Social Work, and want hands on experience? Make a difference in the lives of at-risk children and families as a Home Base, Inc. Outreach Counselor! 

We offer a competitive benefits package for eligible full-time employees. This position starts out at part-time, with the possibility of becoming full-time. We offer health insurance, dental, vision, IRA after 2 years of services, tuition reimbursement, flexible scheduling, and hands-on experience.

If you want to gain hands-on social work experience, while working for a reputable and professionally established company, APPLY TODAY! 

***RESUME IS REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION! FAILURE TO UPLOAD A CV WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION OF YOUR APPLICATION.***

Overview:

Professional Outreach Counselors provide an array of social services, both observational and instructional, to ensure the safety and well-being of children and preserve families when possible. In-home services aim to improve clients’ situations by correcting parental deficits, building necessary life skills, and capitalizing on existing parental strengths. Foster care services aim to preserve family bonds during periods of separation, while concurrently providing targeted education and support to parents during court ordered improvement periods.

Qualifications:

HBI Professional Outreach Counselors possess applicable four year degrees, have experience providing direct service to children and families, and are licensed and insured to operate a motor vehicle in their state of residence.

Applicable four year degrees can include: Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Counseling, Interpersonal Communication, Human Services, Education, Criminal Justice, Board of Regents with an emphasis in Human Service, Gerontology, and Family and Consumer Science.

All Outreach Counselors must have a CIB and an APS/CPS screen completed with no negative information. 

Organizational Placement:

Professional Outreach Counselors report to the Unit Supervisor of the office in which they are employed, and work under the supervision of a Regional Clinical Supervisor.

Responsibilities Specific Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Establishing personalized service plans for clients and providing systematic interventions targeting deficits and capitalizing on strengths.
Opening cases within mandated timeframes. Scheduling visits with clients at a minimum of once weekly or as specified by the DHHR case manager.
Providing services within the defined boundaries of the APS Healthcare Utilization Management Guidelines Manual.
Adhering to the NASW Code of Ethics as well as the ASO Code of Conduct in all professional matters.
Documenting all attempted and actual contacts with clients including specific intervention tactics and client response.
Submitting documentation by specified deadlines.
Communicating closely with DHHR case managers to provide updates and relay important behavioral information regarding clients.
Maintaining well-ordered client records with chronological intervention notes.
Participating in Multi-Disciplinary Team meetings as an advocate for respectful communication as well as fair and reasonable recommendations.
Testifying in court regarding client behavior, compliance and progress. Discharging cases from service promptly after case closure. Attending Staff meetings and trainings as mandated. Participating in monthly Clinical Supervision.
Working to continuously improve practice and intervention skills, as well as professional and administrative competencies.
Using clinical and supervisory feedback to self-monitor and refine skills. Working cooperatively with co-workers to create a pleasant and supportive office atmosphere.
Elevating the esteem of the social service profession by consistently demonstrating respect for others, personal integrity, and direct and honest communication with clients and professional colleagues
Offering supportive counseling services to clients receiving mental health services.

Job Requirements:

Must be able to pass a Fingerprint Background Check (CIB), and an APS/CPS Background check Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or Human Services related area Required
Master’s Degree in Social Work and licenses preferred, but not required
Must be able to communicate effectively with families, children, case workers, and supervisors
Must be able to work evenings and weekends
Organizational skills are essential
Documentation skills are essential
Time management skills are a must
Professionalism
Valid Driver’s License and Insurance
Must have your own reliable transportation                                                                             Experience with Microsoft Office is essential                                                                                       Computer skills are essential

Physical Requirements:

Must be able to walk up and down stairs
Must be able to operate a motor vehicle and follow all motor vehicle laws that apply to West Virginia and the state of which you are a resident
Must be able to lift 5-50 pounds
Must be able to kneel, bend, squat, and stand

Home Base, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Apply Now


11508
Title Clinical Counselor
Location Morgantown, WV
Job Information

Home Base Inc. has immediate openings for Master’s Level TELEHEALTH therapists to service families of West Virginia via Telehealth from the comfort of their own home! This is a part-time position with the ability to become full-time. We offer a competitive benefits package including health insurance, dental, and vision, IRA, and vacation pay for full-time eligible employees. 

Licensed preferred, but licensed eligible will be considered. Experience working with adult and children, and previous Medicaid knowledge will be given priority.

If you want to gain hands-on experience, while working for a reputable and professionally established company, APPLY TODAY!  ***RESUME IS REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION! ***

Essentials:

MUST have a reliable computer with an operating system that can operate Telehealth services. Must be very familiar with Microsoft Office, and have experience utilizing excel. 

A minimum of a Masters Level in Psychology or Counseling with Diagnostic Rights Preferred (but not required) assigned by the State of West Virginia.
Licensed by the State of West Virginia as a Licensed Professional Counselor or Licensed Clinical Social Worker. License eligible will be considered.
Must be able to pass a CIB/NCIC and APS/CPS Background Check
Must have experience working with both Children and Adults in a clinical setting
Additional experience in the field of Substance Abuse Treatment is viewed as a plus.
Be able to verbalize the progression of a client through a treatment experience in relation to their chosen theoretical orientation.
Previous experience with Medicaid will be given priority.
Must have reliable transportation.

Activities:

Provide out-patient clinical counseling in an office setting for children and adults, and in client homes through the community. These services include but are not limited to individual therapy, family therapy, couples therapy and/or group therapy.
Demonstrate creative and innovate clinical services that are in accordance with Best Practice standards.
Conduct and submit Children & Adult Mental Health Assessments and/or Bio-Psychosocial Assessments in accordance to both HBI and Medicaid standards
Develop and initiate the Mental Health Treatment Strategies, Initial Treatment Plans & Master Treatment Plans.
Complete required discharge summaries for services having been rendered
Complete clinical action notes (Progress Notes) at the time of service provision. Notes will address the treatment goal/objectives, interventions utilized, and progress towards goal attainment as well as presenting barriers. (Medical Model)
Compliance with Medicaid documentation and timeline requirements for outpatient clinical services
All direct services and collateral services will be logged on a master client log of services (to include phone contact, referral source contact, etc)
Participate in clinical supervision with HBI Administration (or designed HBI professional). Supervision sessions may be conducted as a staffing in an individual or group setting as indicated by the WV. DHHR. This supervision must occur a minimum of one occasion every two weeks or one hour per every 20 client contact hours unless otherwise specified by HBI Administration
Maintain necessary authorizations for release of information to ensure the necessary sharing of information regarding service progress and needs of clients
Collaborate with Internal and External Professionals in relation to diagnostic nomenclature, recommendations, and treatment strategies. Attend Treatment Team staffing when applicable.

ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBLITIES

Submit time sheets in accordance with HBI policy
Ensure documentation of client contact on all provided sessions, phone calls, and collateral contacts. This documentation is to be completely in a timely manner according to HBI policies and procedures.
Maintain and submit clinical supervision logs at the end of each month if required.
Attend all training as required by HBI
Attend monthly staff meetings when applicable
Timely submission of all reports required by HBI
Engages in other activates necessary to ensure the effective functioning of Home Base Inc.
Attend outside training as assigned by HBI Administration.
Responsible for compliance with mandatory reporting procedures as it pertains to known or suspected incidents of abuse or risk to minors or impaired adults. Staff is responsible for informing HBI Administration immediately in the event of suspected abuse.
Ensure that position billing report is completed and submitted to appropriate persons when specified
Specifications of Occupational Employment Employees who accept the described position must be made aware of the following specifications related to this employment opportunity. Bona-Fide

Occupational Qualifications: Employees must be proficient in the English Language (speak, write, comprehend, etc.). Secondary languages are viewed as being an additional employee skill. There are no age or gender restrictions affiliated with this position unless clinical justification warrants a same sex clinician. Both gender applicants need to be made aware of the possibility of encountering clientele that may be experiencing active psychosis, certain personality disorders, significant mood/anxiety disorders and irrational social skill interactions, which could result in unsteady or intense interactions for the employee. Ergonomics affiliated with this position include being seated for the purposes of documentation completion, typing on a computer due to documents needing to be typed, seated while traveling to a client residence, possibly standing at times during face to face meetings, carrying laptops, client files, office supplies (not to exceed 35 lbs.). Approximate durations of seated positions are solely contingent upon the employee’s ability to utilize a computer and comprehend procedures for completion of essential documents. Examples may include 45 minutes to 1.25 hours for the completion of a typed Intake, 15 minutes to 35 minutes for the typed completion of an Action Progress Note, 25 minutes to 45 minutes for the typed completion of a Discharge Summary.

Environmental & Hours of Occupation: An employee will engage clientele in an office setting OR from their own home, whichever would work best for the client’s need. Services will be rendered via Telehealth. Hours of occupation may vary as this occupation requires the clinician to work around referred clientele’s work schedules. Some evening work may be required to fulfill duties assigned to this position.

Home Base Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Apply Now


5827
Title Outreach Counselor
Location Wheeling, WV
Job Information

Do you enjoy working with families? Are you interested in Social Work, or looking to make a career change? Are you just starting out in Social Work, and want hands on experience? Make a difference in the lives of at-risk children and families as a Home Base, Inc. Outreach Counselor! 

We offer a competitive benefits package for eligible full-time employees. This position starts out at part-time, with the possibility of becoming full-time. We offer health insurance, dental, vision, IRA after 2 years of services, tuition reimbursement, flexible scheduling, and hands-on experience.

If you want to gain hands-on social work experience, while working for a reputable and professionally established company, APPLY TODAY! 

***RESUME IS REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION! FAILURE TO UPLOAD A CV WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION OF YOUR APPLICATION.***

Overview:

Professional Outreach Counselors provide an array of social services, both observational and instructional, to ensure the safety and well-being of children and preserve families when possible. In-home services aim to improve clients’ situations by correcting parental deficits, building necessary life skills, and capitalizing on existing parental strengths. Foster care services aim to preserve family bonds during periods of separation, while concurrently providing targeted education and support to parents during court ordered improvement periods.

Qualifications:

HBI Professional Outreach Counselors possess applicable four year degrees, have experience providing direct service to children and families, and are licensed and insured to operate a motor vehicle in their state of residence.

Applicable four year degrees can include: Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Counseling, Interpersonal Communication, Human Services, Education, Criminal Justice, Board of Regents with an emphasis in Human Service, Gerontology, and Family and Consumer Science.

All Outreach Counselors must have a CIB and an APS/CPS screen completed with no negative information. 

Organizational Placement:

Professional Outreach Counselors report to the Unit Supervisor of the office in which they are employed, and work under the supervision of a Regional Clinical Supervisor.

Responsibilities Specific Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Establishing personalized service plans for clients and providing systematic interventions targeting deficits and capitalizing on strengths.
Opening cases within mandated timeframes. Scheduling visits with clients at a minimum of once weekly or as specified by the DHHR case manager.
Providing services within the defined boundaries of the APS Healthcare Utilization Management Guidelines Manual.
Adhering to the NASW Code of Ethics as well as the ASO Code of Conduct in all professional matters.
Documenting all attempted and actual contacts with clients including specific intervention tactics and client response.
Submitting documentation by specified deadlines.
Communicating closely with DHHR case managers to provide updates and relay important behavioral information regarding clients.
Maintaining well-ordered client records with chronological intervention notes.
Participating in Multi-Disciplinary Team meetings as an advocate for respectful communication as well as fair and reasonable recommendations.
Testifying in court regarding client behavior, compliance and progress. Discharging cases from service promptly after case closure. Attending Staff meetings and trainings as mandated. Participating in monthly Clinical Supervision.
Working to continuously improve practice and intervention skills, as well as professional and administrative competencies.
Using clinical and supervisory feedback to self-monitor and refine skills. Working cooperatively with co-workers to create a pleasant and supportive office atmosphere.
Elevating the esteem of the social service profession by consistently demonstrating respect for others, personal integrity, and direct and honest communication with clients and professional colleagues
Offering supportive counseling services to clients receiving mental health services.

Job Requirements:

Must be able to pass a Fingerprint Background Check (CIB), and an APS/CPS Background check Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or Human Services related area Required
Master’s Degree in Social Work and licenses preferred, but not required
Must be able to communicate effectively with families, children, case workers, and supervisors
Must be able to work evenings and weekends
Organizational skills are essential
Documentation skills are essential
Time management skills are a must
Professionalism
Valid Driver’s License and Insurance
Must have your own reliable transportation                                                                             Experience with Microsoft Office is essential                                                                                       Computer skills are essential

Physical Requirements:

Must be able to walk up and down stairs
Must be able to operate a motor vehicle and follow all motor vehicle laws that apply to West Virginia and the state of which you are a resident
Must be able to lift 5-50 pounds
Must be able to kneel, bend, squat, and stand

 

Home Base, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Apply Now


6149
Title Residential Counselor
Location Weston, WV
Job Information

Do you enjoy working with families? Do you have an degree in education, social work, criminal justice, sociology, or psychology, and want a hands-on experiences working for a reputable company? Do you enjoy providing community based behavioral health services? Looking for a career change? Just starting out your career in behavioral health? 

Home Base Inc. is seeking enthusiastic, reliable and ambitious Residential Counselors for their Community Based Group Homes, to serve families in the Lewis and Upshur County areas! Home Base Inc. offers a competitive salary and benefits package: health, dental, vision, IRA after two years of service, tuition reimbursement, and hands-on training! Join our team as a Residential Counselor today! 

If you want to gain hands-on experience, while working for a reputable and professionally established company, APPLY TODAY!  ***RESUME IS REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION! ***

Job Title: Residential Counselor

Reports to: Site Clinician

Qualifications

Residential Counselors hold a Bachelor’s Degree in a human services field from an accredited college or university OR four years of experience with the targeted population, one of which must have been in a supervised clinical capacity preferred

Purpose: The Residential Counselor is the primary care provider to the group home residents. They are individuals in pursuit of a career in child welfare, either in the clinical, administrative, or social work fields. Their primary purpose of a Residential Counselor to provide the client with a consistent, positive, safe, and nurturing environment. It is expected that the Residential Counselor, in this capacity, will have the greatest, of all staff’s, impact on the lives of the group home residents. As such they are given the guidance of seasoned, trained supervision, but are also called upon to advocate for, and guide supervisory staff, in the provision of services for the client. Residential Counselors are in charge of the supervision of clients and are likened to the floor managers of production facilities. They are frequently called upon to assess policy and the decisions of supervisory staff.

Responsibilities:

The responsibilities for Residential Counselors include but are not limited to:

Ensuring clients participate in daily scheduled activities
Assisting clients with all aspects of daily living skills and time management, including waking in the morning, preparing for the day, completing chores, performing educational requirements, as well as keeping track of personal progress on the client’s treatment plan
Preparation of meals for clients in accordance with menu, including the participation of clients in meal preparation as a programmatic implement
Maintaining current knowledge of client treatment plan goals and objectives
Implementing treatment activities under supervision of clinical staff
Transporting client to extracurricular activities
Transporting client to activities associated with the client’s service plan, such as doctor appointment or JPO check-in
Housekeeping duties including the supervision of client chores
Maintenance of facility vehicle
Coordinating supportive group counseling sessions on a daily basis
Providing individual supportive counseling to clients as needed
Developing personal work plans which reflect motivation and an attempt to better themselves as a professional in the field and a person as a whole
Maintain a working knowledge of the agencies policies and procedures and comply with all regulations therein
Conduct monthly fire drills according to policy
Liaison with client families, school personnel, court official, DHHR representatives and any other persons involved in the welfare of group home residents
Interact with clients in all aspects of daily life especially recreational and social development activities
Document progress of clients on a daily basis
Prepare transition reports at the end of shift including petty cash receipts, incident reports, and any other relevant information effecting the supervision of the group home clients
Maintain documentation in a neat and orderly fashion in compliance with regulations
Perform any other duties as assigned by the Site Clinician or Executive Director

 

The starting salary for Residential Counselors is $24,600. 

Home Base Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

Apply Now


6444
Title Outreach Counselor
Location Parkersburg, WV
Job Information

Do you enjoy working with families? Are you interested in Social Work, or looking to make a career change? Are you just starting out in Social Work, and want hands on experience? Make a difference in the lives of at-risk children and families as a Home Base, Inc. Outreach Counselor! 

We offer a competitive benefits package for eligible full-time employees. This position starts out at part-time, with the possibility of becoming full-time. We offer health insurance, dental, vision, IRA after 2 years of services, tuition reimbursement, flexible scheduling, and hands-on experience.

If you want to gain hands-on social work experience, while working for a reputable and professionally established company, APPLY TODAY! 

***RESUME IS REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION! FAILURE TO UPLOAD A CV WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION OF YOUR APPLICATION.***

Overview:

Professional Outreach Counselors provide an array of social services, both observational and instructional, to ensure the safety and well-being of children and preserve families when possible. In-home services aim to improve clients’ situations by correcting parental deficits, building necessary life skills, and capitalizing on existing parental strengths. Foster care services aim to preserve family bonds during periods of separation, while concurrently providing targeted education and support to parents during court ordered improvement periods.

Qualifications:

HBI Professional Outreach Counselors possess applicable four year degrees, have experience providing direct service to children and families, and are licensed and insured to operate a motor vehicle in their state of residence.

Applicable four year degrees can include: Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Counseling, Interpersonal Communication, Human Services, Education, Criminal Justice, Board of Regents with an emphasis in Human Service, Gerontology, and Family and Consumer Science.

All Outreach Counselors must have a CIB and an APS/CPS screen completed with no negative information. 

Organizational Placement:

Professional Outreach Counselors report to the Unit Supervisor of the office in which they are employed, and work under the supervision of a Regional Clinical Supervisor.

Responsibilities Specific Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Establishing personalized service plans for clients and providing systematic interventions targeting deficits and capitalizing on strengths.
Opening cases within mandated timeframes. Scheduling visits with clients at a minimum of once weekly or as specified by the DHHR case manager.
Providing services within the defined boundaries of the APS Healthcare Utilization Management Guidelines Manual.
Adhering to the NASW Code of Ethics as well as the ASO Code of Conduct in all professional matters.
Documenting all attempted and actual contacts with clients including specific intervention tactics and client response.
Submitting documentation by specified deadlines.
Communicating closely with DHHR case managers to provide updates and relay important behavioral information regarding clients.
Maintaining well-ordered client records with chronological intervention notes.
Participating in Multi-Disciplinary Team meetings as an advocate for respectful communication as well as fair and reasonable recommendations.
Testifying in court regarding client behavior, compliance and progress. Discharging cases from service promptly after case closure. Attending Staff meetings and trainings as mandated. Participating in monthly Clinical Supervision.
Working to continuously improve practice and intervention skills, as well as professional and administrative competencies.
Using clinical and supervisory feedback to self-monitor and refine skills. Working cooperatively with co-workers to create a pleasant and supportive office atmosphere.
Elevating the esteem of the social service profession by consistently demonstrating respect for others, personal integrity, and direct and honest communication with clients and professional colleagues
Offering supportive counseling services to clients receiving mental health services.

Job Requirements:

Must be able to pass a Fingerprint Background Check (CIB), and an APS/CPS Background check Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or Human Services related area Required
Master’s Degree in Social Work and licenses preferred, but not required
Must be able to communicate effectively with families, children, case workers, and supervisors
Must be able to work evenings and weekends
Organizational skills are essential
Documentation skills are essential
Time management skills are a must
Professionalism
Valid Driver’s License and Insurance
Must have your own reliable transportation                                                                             Experience with Microsoft Office is essential                                                                                       Computer skills are essential

Physical Requirements:

Must be able to walk up and down stairs
Must be able to operate a motor vehicle and follow all motor vehicle laws that apply to West Virginia and the state of which you are a resident
Must be able to lift 5-50 pounds
Must be able to kneel, bend, squat, and stand

 

Home Base, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Apply Now


6622
Title Outreach Counselor
Location Fairmont, WV
Job Information

Do you enjoy working with families? Are you interested in Social Work, or looking to make a career change? Are you just starting out in Social Work, and want hands on experience? Make a difference in the lives of at-risk children and families as a Home Base, Inc. Outreach Counselor! 

We offer a competitive benefits package for eligible full-time employees. This position starts out at part-time, with the possibility of becoming full-time. We offer health insurance, dental, vision, IRA after 2 years of services, tuition reimbursement, flexible scheduling, and hands-on experience.

If you want to gain hands-on social work experience, while working for a reputable and professionally established company, APPLY TODAY! 

***RESUME IS REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION! FAILURE TO UPLOAD A CV WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION OF YOUR APPLICATION.***

Overview:

Professional Outreach Counselors provide an array of social services, both observational and instructional, to ensure the safety and well-being of children and preserve families when possible. In-home services aim to improve clients’ situations by correcting parental deficits, building necessary life skills, and capitalizing on existing parental strengths. Foster care services aim to preserve family bonds during periods of separation, while concurrently providing targeted education and support to parents during court ordered improvement periods.

Qualifications:

HBI Professional Outreach Counselors possess applicable four year degrees, have experience providing direct service to children and families, and are licensed and insured to operate a motor vehicle in their state of residence.

Applicable four year degrees can include: Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Counseling, Interpersonal Communication, Human Services, Education, Criminal Justice, Board of Regents with an emphasis in Human Service, Gerontology, and Family and Consumer Science.

All Outreach Counselors must have a CIB and an APS/CPS screen completed with no negative information. 

Organizational Placement:

Professional Outreach Counselors report to the Unit Supervisor of the office in which they are employed, and work under the supervision of a Regional Clinical Supervisor.

Responsibilities Specific Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Establishing personalized service plans for clients and providing systematic interventions targeting deficits and capitalizing on strengths.
Opening cases within mandated timeframes. Scheduling visits with clients at a minimum of once weekly or as specified by the DHHR case manager.
Providing services within the defined boundaries of the APS Healthcare Utilization Management Guidelines Manual.
Adhering to the NASW Code of Ethics as well as the ASO Code of Conduct in all professional matters.
Documenting all attempted and actual contacts with clients including specific intervention tactics and client response.
Submitting documentation by specified deadlines.
Communicating closely with DHHR case managers to provide updates and relay important behavioral information regarding clients.
Maintaining well-ordered client records with chronological intervention notes.
Participating in Multi-Disciplinary Team meetings as an advocate for respectful communication as well as fair and reasonable recommendations.
Testifying in court regarding client behavior, compliance and progress. Discharging cases from service promptly after case closure. Attending Staff meetings and trainings as mandated. Participating in monthly Clinical Supervision.
Working to continuously improve practice and intervention skills, as well as professional and administrative competencies.
Using clinical and supervisory feedback to self-monitor and refine skills. Working cooperatively with co-workers to create a pleasant and supportive office atmosphere.
Elevating the esteem of the social service profession by consistently demonstrating respect for others, personal integrity, and direct and honest communication with clients and professional colleagues
Offering supportive counseling services to clients receiving mental health services.

Job Requirements:

Must be able to pass a Fingerprint Background Check (CIB), and an APS/CPS Background check Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or Human Services related area Required
Master’s Degree in Social Work and licenses preferred, but not required
Must be able to communicate effectively with families, children, case workers, and supervisors
Must be able to work evenings and weekends
Organizational skills are essential
Documentation skills are essential
Time management skills are a must
Professionalism
Valid Driver’s License and Insurance
Must have your own reliable transportation                                                                             Experience with Microsoft Office is essential                                                                                       Computer skills are essential

Physical Requirements:

Must be able to walk up and down stairs
Must be able to operate a motor vehicle and follow all motor vehicle laws that apply to West Virginia and the state of which you are a resident
Must be able to lift 5-50 pounds
Must be able to kneel, bend, squat, and stand

 

Home Base, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Apply Now


7200
Title Outreach Counselor
Location Weirton, WV
Job Information

Do you enjoy working with families? Are you interested in Social Work, or looking to make a career change? Are you just starting out in Social Work, and want hands on experience? Make a difference in the lives of at-risk children and families as a Home Base, Inc. Outreach Counselor! 

We offer a competitive benefits package for eligible full-time employees. This position starts out at part-time, with the possibility of becoming full-time. We offer health insurance, dental, vision, IRA after 2 years of services, tuition reimbursement, flexible scheduling, and hands-on experience.

If you want to gain hands-on social work experience, while working for a reputable and professionally established company, APPLY TODAY! 

***RESUME IS REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION! FAILURE TO UPLOAD A CV WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION OF YOUR APPLICATION.***

Overview:

Professional Outreach Counselors provide an array of social services, both observational and instructional, to ensure the safety and well-being of children and preserve families when possible. In-home services aim to improve clients’ situations by correcting parental deficits, building necessary life skills, and capitalizing on existing parental strengths. Foster care services aim to preserve family bonds during periods of separation, while concurrently providing targeted education and support to parents during court ordered improvement periods.

Qualifications:

HBI Professional Outreach Counselors possess applicable four year degrees, have experience providing direct service to children and families, and are licensed and insured to operate a motor vehicle in their state of residence.

Applicable four year degrees can include: Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Counseling, Interpersonal Communication, Human Services, Education, Criminal Justice, Board of Regents with an emphasis in Human Service, Gerontology, and Family and Consumer Science.

All Outreach Counselors must have a CIB and an APS/CPS screen completed with no negative information. 

Organizational Placement:

Professional Outreach Counselors report to the Unit Supervisor of the office in which they are employed, and work under the supervision of a Regional Clinical Supervisor.

Responsibilities Specific Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Establishing personalized service plans for clients and providing systematic interventions targeting deficits and capitalizing on strengths.
Opening cases within mandated timeframes. Scheduling visits with clients at a minimum of once weekly or as specified by the DHHR case manager.
Providing services within the defined boundaries of the APS Healthcare Utilization Management Guidelines Manual.
Adhering to the NASW Code of Ethics as well as the ASO Code of Conduct in all professional matters.
Documenting all attempted and actual contacts with clients including specific intervention tactics and client response.
Submitting documentation by specified deadlines.
Communicating closely with DHHR case managers to provide updates and relay important behavioral information regarding clients.
Maintaining well-ordered client records with chronological intervention notes.
Participating in Multi-Disciplinary Team meetings as an advocate for respectful communication as well as fair and reasonable recommendations.
Testifying in court regarding client behavior, compliance and progress. Discharging cases from service promptly after case closure. Attending Staff meetings and trainings as mandated. Participating in monthly Clinical Supervision.
Working to continuously improve practice and intervention skills, as well as professional and administrative competencies.
Using clinical and supervisory feedback to self-monitor and refine skills. Working cooperatively with co-workers to create a pleasant and supportive office atmosphere.
Elevating the esteem of the social service profession by consistently demonstrating respect for others, personal integrity, and direct and honest communication with clients and professional colleagues
Offering supportive counseling services to clients receiving mental health services.

Job Requirements:

Must be able to pass a Fingerprint Background Check (CIB), and an APS/CPS Background check Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or Human Services related area Required
Master’s Degree in Social Work and licenses preferred, but not required
Must be able to communicate effectively with families, children, case workers, and supervisors
Must be able to work evenings and weekends
Organizational skills are essential
Documentation skills are essential
Time management skills are a must
Professionalism
Valid Driver’s License and Insurance
Must have your own reliable transportation                                                                             Experience with Microsoft Office is essential                                                                                       Computer skills are essential

Physical Requirements:

Must be able to walk up and down stairs
Must be able to operate a motor vehicle and follow all motor vehicle laws that apply to West Virginia and the state of which you are a resident
Must be able to lift 5-50 pounds
Must be able to kneel, bend, squat, and stand

 

Home Base, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Apply Now


7875
Title Overnight Awake Employee
Salary $8.76/ Hour
Location Buckhannon, WV
Job Information

Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED and experience with the targeted population preferred

Purpose: The Overnight Awake Staff has the responsibility of supervising and ensuring the welfare of community based group home residents during overnight hours. Position includes working weekends, working in either group home (Buckhannon, or Weston, WV). 

Responsibilities:

·        Report to Site Clinician

·        Supervise all residents overnight

·        Ensure all residents are in bed and asleep

·        Perform a bed check of each resident every 15 minutes

·        Document bed checks on time-clock sheets at assigned times (there should be something documented in each allotted time slot)

·        Make sure music levels are low and not disturbing to others

·        Laundry is to be done as needed (towels, linens, client clothing, etc.)

·        Dishes should be washed and put away

·        Ensure a clean and healthy environment

·        Wake up residents at the designated time

·        Help ensure that clients are ready for the day ahead

·        Perform any other duties as assigned by Site Clinician or Executive Director

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5674
Title Clinical Counselor
Location Wheeling, WV
Job Information

Home Base Inc. has immediate openings for Master’s Level therapists to service families in Wheeling West Virginia! This is a part-time position with the ability to become full-time. We offer a competitive benefits package including health insurance, dental, and vision, IRA, and vacation pay for full-time eligible employees. 

Licensed preferred, but licensed eligible will be considered. Experience working with adult and children, and previous Medicaid knowledge will be given priority.

If you want to gain hands-on experience, while working for a reputable and professionally established company, APPLY TODAY!  ***RESUME IS REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION! ***

Essentials:

A minimum of a Masters Level in Psychology or Counseling with Diagnostic Rights Preferred (but not required) assigned by the State of West Virginia.
Licensed by the State of West Virginia as a Licensed Professional Counselor or Licensed Clinical Social Worker. License eligible will be considered.
Must be able to pass a CIB/NCIC and APS/CPS Background Check
Must have experience working with both Children and Adults in a clinical setting
Additional experience in the field of Substance Abuse Treatment is viewed as a plus.
Be able to verbalize the progression of a client through a treatment experience in relation to their chosen theoretical orientation.
Previous experience with Medicaid will be given priority.
Must have reliable transportation, as this position will be required to travel.

Activities:

Provide out-patient clinical counseling in an office setting for children and adults, and in client homes through the community. These services include but are not limited to individual therapy, family therapy, couples therapy and/or group therapy.
Demonstrate creative and innovate clinical services that are in accordance with Best Practice standards.
Conduct and submit Children & Adult Mental Health Assessments and/or Bio-Psychosocial Assessments in accordance to both HBI and Medicaid standards
Develop and initiate the Mental Health Treatment Strategies, Initial Treatment Plans & Master Treatment Plans.
Complete required discharge summaries for services having been rendered
Complete clinical action notes (Progress Notes) at the time of service provision. Notes will address the treatment goal/objectives, interventions utilized, and progress towards goal attainment as well as presenting barriers. (Medical Model)
Compliance with Medicaid documentation and timeline requirements for outpatient clinical services
All direct services and collateral services will be logged on a master client log of services (to include phone contact, referral source contact, etc)
Participate in clinical supervision with HBI Administration (or designed HBI professional). Supervision sessions may be conducted as a staffing in an individual or group setting as indicated by the WV. DHHR. This supervision must occur a minimum of one occasion every two weeks or one hour per every 20 client contact hours unless otherwise specified by HBI Administration
Maintain necessary authorizations for release of information to ensure the necessary sharing of information regarding service progress and needs of clients
Collaborate with Internal and External Professionals in relation to diagnostic nomenclature, recommendations, and treatment strategies. Attend Treatment Team staffing when applicable.

ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBLITIES

Submit time sheets in accordance with HBI policy
Ensure documentation of client contact on all provided sessions, phone calls, and collateral contacts. This documentation is to be completely in a timely manner according to HBI policies and procedures.
Maintain and submit clinical supervision logs at the end of each month if required.
Attend all training as required by HBI
Attend monthly staff meetings when applicable
Timely submission of all reports required by HBI
Engages in other activates necessary to ensure the effective functioning of Home Base Inc.
Attend outside training as assigned by HBI Administration.
Responsible for compliance with mandatory reporting procedures as it pertains to known or suspected incidents of abuse or risk to minors or impaired adults. Staff is responsible for informing HBI Administration immediately in the event of suspected abuse.
Ensure that position billing report is completed and submitted to appropriate persons when specified
Specifications of Occupational Employment Employees who accept the described position must be made aware of the following specifications related to this employment opportunity. Bona-Fide Occupational Qualifications: Employees must be proficient in the English Language (speak, write, comprehend, etc.). Secondary languages are viewed as being an additional employee skill. There are no age or gender restrictions affiliated with this position unless clinical justification warrants a same sex clinician. Both gender applicants need to be made aware of the possibility of encountering clientele that may be experiencing active psychosis, certain personality disorders, significant mood/anxiety disorders and irrational social skill interactions, which could result in unsteady or intense interactions for the employee. Ergonomics affiliated with this position include being seated for the purposes of documentation completion, typing on a computer due to documents needing to be typed, seated while traveling to a client residence, possibly standing at times during face to face meetings, carrying laptops, client files, office supplies (not to exceed 35 lbs.). Approximate durations of seated positions are solely contingent upon the employee’s ability to utilize a computer and comprehend procedures for completion of essential documents. Examples may include 45 minutes to 1.25 hours for the completion of a typed Intake, 15 minutes to 35 minutes for the typed completion of an Action Progress Note, 25 minutes to 45 minutes for the typed completion of a Discharge Summary.

Environmental & Hours of Occupation: An employee will engage clientele in an office setting. Hours of occupation may vary as this occupation requires the clinician to work around referred clientele’s work schedules. Some evening work may be required to fulfill duties assigned to this position.

Home Base Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Apply Now


5671
Title Outreach Counselor
Location Petersburg, WV
Job Information

Do you enjoy working with families? Are you interested in Social Work, or looking to make a career change? Are you just starting out in Social Work, and want hands on experience? Make a difference in the lives of at-risk children and families as a Home Base, Inc. Outreach Counselor! 

We offer a competitive benefits package for eligible full-time employees. This position starts out at part-time, with the possibility of becoming full-time. We offer health insurance, dental, vision, IRA after 2 years of services, tuition reimbursement, flexible scheduling, and hands-on experience.

If you want to gain hands-on social work experience, while working for a reputable and professionally established company, APPLY TODAY! 

***RESUME IS REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION! FAILURE TO UPLOAD A CV WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION OF YOUR APPLICATION.***

Overview:

Professional Outreach Counselors provide an array of social services, both observational and instructional, to ensure the safety and well-being of children and preserve families when possible. In-home services aim to improve clients’ situations by correcting parental deficits, building necessary life skills, and capitalizing on existing parental strengths. Foster care services aim to preserve family bonds during periods of separation, while concurrently providing targeted education and support to parents during court ordered improvement periods.

Qualifications:

The Outreach Counselor must possess an active and valid social work license, and a masters and/or bachelors degree in Social work. 

All Outreach Counselors must have a CIB and an APS/CPS screen completed with no negative information. 

Organizational Placement:

Professional Outreach Counselors report to the Unit Supervisor of the office in which they are employed, and work under the supervision of a Regional Clinical Supervisor.

Responsibilities Specific Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Establishing personalized service plans for clients and providing systematic interventions targeting deficits and capitalizing on strengths.
Opening cases within mandated timeframes. Scheduling visits with clients at a minimum of once weekly or as specified by the DHHR case manager.
Providing services within the defined boundaries of the APS Healthcare Utilization Management Guidelines Manual.
Adhering to the NASW Code of Ethics as well as the ASO Code of Conduct in all professional matters.
Documenting all attempted and actual contacts with clients including specific intervention tactics and client response.
Submitting documentation by specified deadlines.
Communicating closely with DHHR case managers to provide updates and relay important behavioral information regarding clients.
Maintaining well-ordered client records with chronological intervention notes.
Participating in Multi-Disciplinary Team meetings as an advocate for respectful communication as well as fair and reasonable recommendations.
Testifying in court regarding client behavior, compliance and progress. Discharging cases from service promptly after case closure. Attending Staff meetings and trainings as mandated. Participating in monthly Clinical Supervision.
Working to continuously improve practice and intervention skills, as well as professional and administrative competencies.
Using clinical and supervisory feedback to self-monitor and refine skills. Working cooperatively with co-workers to create a pleasant and supportive office atmosphere.
Elevating the esteem of the social service profession by consistently demonstrating respect for others, personal integrity, and direct and honest communication with clients and professional colleagues
Offering supportive counseling services to clients receiving mental health services.

Job Requirements:

Must be able to pass a Fingerprint Background Check (CIB), and an APS/CPS Background check Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or Human Services related area Required
Master’s Degree in Social Work and licenses preferred, but not required
Must be able to communicate effectively with families, children, case workers, and supervisors
Must be able to work evenings and weekends
Organizational skills are essential
Documentation skills are essential
Time management skills are a must
Professionalism
Valid Driver’s License and Insurance
Must have your own reliable transportation                                                                             Experience with Microsoft Office is essential                                                                                       Computer skills are essential

Physical Requirements:

Must be able to walk up and down stairs
Must be able to operate a motor vehicle and follow all motor vehicle laws that apply to West Virginia and the state of which you are a resident
Must be able to lift 5-50 pounds
Must be able to kneel, bend, squat, and stand

 

Home Base, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

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10494
Title Clinical Counselor
Location Beckley, West Virginia
Job Information

Home Base Inc. has immediate openings for Master’s Level therapists to service families in Beckley, West Virginia to service Raleigh and surrounding counties! This is a part-time, fee for service position with the ability to become full-time. We offer a competitive benefits package including health insurance, dental, and vision, IRA, and vacation pay for full-time eligible employees. 

Licensed preferred, but licensed eligible will be considered. Experience working with adult and children, and previous Medicaid knowledge will be given priority.

If you want to gain hands-on experience, while working for a reputable and professionally established company, APPLY TODAY

***RESUME IS REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION! FAILURE TO UPLOAD A CV WILL RESULE IN DISQUALIFICATION OF YOUR APPLICATION! ***

Essentials:

A minimum of a Masters Level in a human services field (i.e. Counseling, Education, Psychology, etc.)
Licensed by the State of West Virginia as a Licensed Professional Counselor or Licensed Clinical Social Worker. License eligible will be considered.
Must be able to pass a CIB/NCIC and APS/CPS Background Check
Must have experience working with both Children and Adults in a clinical setting
Additional experience in the field of Substance Abuse Treatment is viewed as a plus.
Be able to verbalize the progression of a client through a treatment experience in relation to their chosen theoretical orientation.
Previous experience with Medicaid will be given priority.
Must have reliable transportation, as this position will be required to travel.

Activities:

Provide out-patient clinical counseling in an office setting for children and adults, and in client homes through the community. These services include but are not limited to individual therapy, family therapy, couples therapy and/or group therapy.
Demonstrate creative and innovate clinical services that are in accordance with Best Practice standards.
Conduct and submit Children & Adult Mental Health Assessments and/or Bio-Psychosocial Assessments in accordance to both HBI and Medicaid standards
Develop and initiate the Mental Health Treatment Strategies, Initial Treatment Plans & Master Treatment Plans.
Complete required discharge summaries for services having been rendered
Complete clinical action notes (Progress Notes) at the time of service provision. Notes will address the treatment goal/objectives, interventions utilized, and progress towards goal attainment as well as presenting barriers. (Medical Model)
Compliance with Medicaid documentation and timeline requirements for outpatient clinical services
All direct services and collateral services will be logged on a master client log of services (to include phone contact, referral source contact, etc)
Participate in clinical supervision with HBI Administration (or designed HBI professional). Supervision sessions may be conducted as a staffing in an individual or group setting as indicated by the WV. DHHR. This supervision must occur a minimum of one occasion every two weeks or one hour per every 20 client contact hours unless otherwise specified by HBI Administration
Maintain necessary authorizations for release of information to ensure the necessary sharing of information regarding service progress and needs of clients
Collaborate with Internal and External Professionals in relation to diagnostic nomenclature, recommendations, and treatment strategies. Attend Treatment Team staffing when applicable.

ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBLITIES

Submit time sheets in accordance with HBI policy
Ensure documentation of client contact on all provided sessions, phone calls, and collateral contacts. This documentation is to be completely in a timely manner according to HBI policies and procedures.
Maintain and submit clinical supervision logs at the end of each month if required.
Attend all training as required by HBI
Attend monthly staff meetings when applicable
Timely submission of all reports required by HBI
Engages in other activates necessary to ensure the effective functioning of Home Base Inc.
Attend outside training as assigned by HBI Administration.
Responsible for compliance with mandatory reporting procedures as it pertains to known or suspected incidents of abuse or risk to minors or impaired adults. Staff is responsible for informing HBI Administration immediately in the event of suspected abuse.
Ensure that position billing report is completed and submitted to appropriate persons when specified
Specifications of Occupational Employment Employees who accept the described position must be made aware of the following specifications related to this employment opportunity. Bona-Fide Occupational Qualifications: Employees must be proficient in the English Language (speak, write, comprehend, etc.). Secondary languages are viewed as being an additional employee skill. There are no age or gender restrictions affiliated with this position unless clinical justification warrants a same sex clinician. Both gender applicants need to be made aware of the possibility of encountering clientele that may be experiencing active psychosis, certain personality disorders, significant mood/anxiety disorders and irrational social skill interactions, which could result in unsteady or intense interactions for the employee. Ergonomics affiliated with this position include being seated for the purposes of documentation completion, typing on a computer due to documents needing to be typed, seated while traveling to a client residence, possibly standing at times during face to face meetings, carrying laptops, client files, office supplies (not to exceed 35 lbs.). Approximate durations of seated positions are solely contingent upon the employee’s ability to utilize a computer and comprehend procedures for completion of essential documents. Examples may include 45 minutes to 1.25 hours for the completion of a typed Intake, 15 minutes to 35 minutes for the typed completion of an Action Progress Note, 25 minutes to 45 minutes for the typed completion of a Discharge Summary.

Environmental & Hours of Occupation: An employee will engage clientele in an office setting. Hours of occupation may vary as this occupation requires the clinician to work around referred clientele’s work schedules. Some evening work may be required to fulfill duties assigned to this position.

Home Base Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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10493
Title Outreach Counselor
Location Buckhannon, WV
Job Information

Do you enjoy working with families? Are you interested in Social Work, or looking to make a career change? Are you just starting out in Social Work, and want hands on experience? Make a difference in the lives of at-risk children and families as a Home Base, Inc. Outreach Counselor! 

We offer a competitive benefits package for eligible full-time employees. This position starts out at part-time, with the possibility of becoming full-time. We offer health insurance, dental, vision, IRA after 2 years of services, tuition reimbursement, flexible scheduling, and hands-on experience.

If you want to gain hands-on social work experience, while working for a reputable and professionally established company, APPLY TODAY! 

***RESUME IS REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION! FAILURE TO UPLOAD A CV WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION OF YOUR APPLICATION.***

Overview:

Professional Outreach Counselors provide an array of social services, both observational and instructional, to ensure the safety and well-being of children and preserve families when possible. In-home services aim to improve clients’ situations by correcting parental deficits, building necessary life skills, and capitalizing on existing parental strengths. Foster care services aim to preserve family bonds during periods of separation, while concurrently providing targeted education and support to parents during court ordered improvement periods.

Qualifications:

The Outreach Counselor must possess an active and valid social work license, and a masters and/or bachelors degree in Social work. 

All Outreach Counselors must have a CIB and an APS/CPS screen completed with no negative information. 

Organizational Placement:

Professional Outreach Counselors report to the Unit Supervisor of the office in which they are employed, and work under the supervision of a Regional Clinical Supervisor.

Responsibilities Specific Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Establishing personalized service plans for clients and providing systematic interventions targeting deficits and capitalizing on strengths.
Opening cases within mandated timeframes. Scheduling visits with clients at a minimum of once weekly or as specified by the DHHR case manager.
Providing services within the defined boundaries of the APS Healthcare Utilization Management Guidelines Manual.
Adhering to the NASW Code of Ethics as well as the ASO Code of Conduct in all professional matters.
Documenting all attempted and actual contacts with clients including specific intervention tactics and client response.
Submitting documentation by specified deadlines.
Communicating closely with DHHR case managers to provide updates and relay important behavioral information regarding clients.
Maintaining well-ordered client records with chronological intervention notes.
Participating in Multi-Disciplinary Team meetings as an advocate for respectful communication as well as fair and reasonable recommendations.
Testifying in court regarding client behavior, compliance and progress. Discharging cases from service promptly after case closure. Attending Staff meetings and trainings as mandated. Participating in monthly Clinical Supervision.
Working to continuously improve practice and intervention skills, as well as professional and administrative competencies.
Using clinical and supervisory feedback to self-monitor and refine skills. Working cooperatively with co-workers to create a pleasant and supportive office atmosphere.
Elevating the esteem of the social service profession by consistently demonstrating respect for others, personal integrity, and direct and honest communication with clients and professional colleagues
Offering supportive counseling services to clients receiving mental health services.

Job Requirements:

Must be able to pass a Fingerprint Background Check (CIB), and an APS/CPS Background check Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or Human Services related area Required
Master’s Degree in Social Work and licenses preferred, but not required
Must be able to communicate effectively with families, children, case workers, and supervisors
Must be able to work evenings and weekends
Organizational skills are essential
Documentation skills are essential
Time management skills are a must
Professionalism
Valid Driver’s License and Insurance
Must have your own reliable transportation                                                                             Experience with Microsoft Office is essential                                                                                       Computer skills are essential

Physical Requirements:

Must be able to walk up and down stairs
Must be able to operate a motor vehicle and follow all motor vehicle laws that apply to West Virginia and the state of which you are a resident
Must be able to lift 5-50 pounds
Must be able to kneel, bend, squat, and stand

 

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11506
Title Clinical Counselor
Location Charleston, WV
Job Information

Home Base Inc. has immediate openings for Master’s Level therapists to service families in Charleston, WV! This is a part-time, fee for service position with the ability to become full-time. We offer a competitive benefits package including health insurance, dental, and vision, IRA, and vacation pay for full-time eligible employees. 

Licensed preferred, but licensed eligible will be considered. Experience working with adult and children, and previous Medicaid knowledge will be given priority.

If you want to gain hands-on experience, while working for a reputable and professionally established company, APPLY TODAY

***RESUME IS REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION! FAILURE TO UPLOAD A CV WILL RESULE IN DISQUALIFICATION OF YOUR APPLICATION! ***

Essentials:

A minimum of a Masters Level in a human services field (i.e. Counseling, Education, Psychology, etc.)
Licensed by the State of West Virginia as a Licensed Professional Counselor or Licensed Clinical Social Worker. License eligible will be considered.
Must be able to pass a CIB/NCIC and APS/CPS Background Check
Must have experience working with both Children and Adults in a clinical setting
Additional experience in the field of Substance Abuse Treatment is viewed as a plus.
Be able to verbalize the progression of a client through a treatment experience in relation to their chosen theoretical orientation.
Previous experience with Medicaid will be given priority.
Must have reliable transportation, as this position will be required to travel.

Activities:

Provide out-patient clinical counseling in an office setting for children and adults, and in client homes through the community. These services include but are not limited to individual therapy, family therapy, couples therapy and/or group therapy.
Demonstrate creative and innovate clinical services that are in accordance with Best Practice standards.
Conduct and submit Children & Adult Mental Health Assessments and/or Bio-Psychosocial Assessments in accordance to both HBI and Medicaid standards
Develop and initiate the Mental Health Treatment Strategies, Initial Treatment Plans & Master Treatment Plans.
Complete required discharge summaries for services having been rendered
Complete clinical action notes (Progress Notes) at the time of service provision. Notes will address the treatment goal/objectives, interventions utilized, and progress towards goal attainment as well as presenting barriers. (Medical Model)
Compliance with Medicaid documentation and timeline requirements for outpatient clinical services
All direct services and collateral services will be logged on a master client log of services (to include phone contact, referral source contact, etc)
Participate in clinical supervision with HBI Administration (or designed HBI professional). Supervision sessions may be conducted as a staffing in an individual or group setting as indicated by the WV. DHHR. This supervision must occur a minimum of one occasion every two weeks or one hour per every 20 client contact hours unless otherwise specified by HBI Administration
Maintain necessary authorizations for release of information to ensure the necessary sharing of information regarding service progress and needs of clients
Collaborate with Internal and External Professionals in relation to diagnostic nomenclature, recommendations, and treatment strategies. Attend Treatment Team staffing when applicable.

ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBLITIES

Submit time sheets in accordance with HBI policy
Ensure documentation of client contact on all provided sessions, phone calls, and collateral contacts. This documentation is to be completely in a timely manner according to HBI policies and procedures.
Maintain and submit clinical supervision logs at the end of each month if required.
Attend all training as required by HBI
Attend monthly staff meetings when applicable
Timely submission of all reports required by HBI
Engages in other activates necessary to ensure the effective functioning of Home Base Inc.
Attend outside training as assigned by HBI Administration.
Responsible for compliance with mandatory reporting procedures as it pertains to known or suspected incidents of abuse or risk to minors or impaired adults. Staff is responsible for informing HBI Administration immediately in the event of suspected abuse.
Ensure that position billing report is completed and submitted to appropriate persons when specified
Specifications of Occupational Employment Employees who accept the described position must be made aware of the following specifications related to this employment opportunity. Bona-Fide Occupational Qualifications: Employees must be proficient in the English Language (speak, write, comprehend, etc.). Secondary languages are viewed as being an additional employee skill. There are no age or gender restrictions affiliated with this position unless clinical justification warrants a same sex clinician. Both gender applicants need to be made aware of the possibility of encountering clientele that may be experiencing active psychosis, certain personality disorders, significant mood/anxiety disorders and irrational social skill interactions, which could result in unsteady or intense interactions for the employee. Ergonomics affiliated with this position include being seated for the purposes of documentation completion, typing on a computer due to documents needing to be typed, seated while traveling to a client residence, possibly standing at times during face to face meetings, carrying laptops, client files, office supplies (not to exceed 35 lbs.). Approximate durations of seated positions are solely contingent upon the employee’s ability to utilize a computer and comprehend procedures for completion of essential documents. Examples may include 45 minutes to 1.25 hours for the completion of a typed Intake, 15 minutes to 35 minutes for the typed completion of an Action Progress Note, 25 minutes to 45 minutes for the typed completion of a Discharge Summary.

Environmental & Hours of Occupation: An employee will engage clientele in an office setting. Hours of occupation may vary as this occupation requires the clinician to work around referred clientele’s work schedules. Some evening work may be required to fulfill duties assigned to this position.

Home Base Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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