BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES
for individuals who are identified or have the potential for mental illness
and/or substance abuse. Services include, but are not limited to, screenings,
intakes and orientations; assessments, counseling, developing and monitoring
treatment plans; case management education; report and recordkeeping in
accordance with regulations; crisis intervention and outreach services;
consultation with other professionals and referrals; maintaining current
knowledge; maintaining individuals confidentiality; and performing other duties
Bachelor’s Degree in Counseling or
Human Services field required.
Valid Driver’s license and safe
driving record required.
Master’s Degree in Counseling or
related Human Services field preferred.
year experience in the provision of services to individuals with
mental illness and/or substance abuse issues preferred.
State and FBI criminal record reports, drug test, and central
registry (CANIS) report will be required upon request.
Excellent fringe benefits.
remain open until filled.
To be considered for
a position, reply by sending application package consisting of:
Qualification Assessment Addendum (Click
to determine if you meet the qualifications for this position
Community Services' application (Click
Assistant Director of Human
245 Hairston Street
Application packages received incomplete
will not be processed.
Applications may be obtained at the
Hairston Street or Gretna offices, by calling (434) 799-0456,
Ext. 3075, or by printing one from the Application Page of this