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BUMFS currently employs over 300 caring individuals and is a growing organization.
96% of staff are satisfied with their job
98% feel like they are part of a team
94% feel they are provided with the necessary orientation and initial training to do their job
94% report that they receive positive feedback from their supervisor
98% feel that Burlington meets the needs of our clients
Please take some time to check out the following career opportunities. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. All interested applicants should email their resume and cover letter to jobs@bumfs.org

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SAH Wraparound Facilitator - Beckley - Full Time

SUMMARY

It is the responsible of the Wraparound Facilitator to provide services and to oversee all aspects of the client’s needs who are assigned to them. 

EDUCATION

  1. Must be at least 21 years old and have a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services related field.

QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

  1. Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree.
  2. Must maintain an appropriate amount of continuing education per policy.
  3. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to a drug test and an intensive background investigation.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The duties and responsibilities of the Wraparound Facilitator of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following: 

  • Provide intensive case management services to youth, aged 12-17 (up to the youth’s 17th birthday) with a diagnosis of a severe emotional or behavioral disturbance that impedes his or her daily functioning (DSM-V Axis I) who is who is currently in out-of-state residential placement who cannot return home without extra support, linkage, and services provided by wraparound; who is currently in in-state residential placement who cannot be reunified without extra support, linkage, and services provided by wraparound; who is at risk of out-of-state residential placement and utilization of wraparound can safely prevent the placement, or who at risk of in-state level one, two or three or Psychiatric residential placement and  utilization of wraparound can safely prevent placement. 
  • Provide oversight of services for the client to ensure his/her safety and well-being
  • Provide coordination of services that will include but not be limited to assessment and evaluation, individualized wraparound service planning, intensive case management, outpatient therapy to include individual, family and group, day treatment, behavior management, intensive home-based mental health services, school-based behavioral health services, substance abuse, intensive outpatient services, crisis services, mobile crisis response, youth coaching, peer support, respite services, therapeutic mentoring and therapeutic foster care.
  • Initiate services to ensure the safety of the youth and family.
  • Shift families from professional to natural supports to help families build long-term connections and supports in their communities.
  • Provide concurrent community work while youth is in the residential care for a smooth transition home.
  • Reduce the occurrence and negative impact of traumatic events in the child’s life.
  • Ensure the child/youth receives crisis stabilization without the need for youth to enter reenter residential care. 
  • Reduce the length of stay in congregate care.
  • Develop service plans that are individualized and tailored for each family that are strength based that unifies residential and community treatment, creating a seamless transition as youth and families move through the system; 
  • Encourage innovation, creativity and appropriate goal setting.
  • Ensure adherence of performance measures for families utilizing Safe at Home Wrap-around.
  • Ensure assessments are completed on every family member
  • Maintain a caseload of not more than 10 youth and their families. 
  • Meet with the clients and their family for a family team meeting to include not less than one face-to-face per month.  (Meetings could be daily, weekly or monthly according to the needs of the youth and family)
  • Provide a continuity of care which is best for each youth and his/her family.  
  • Ensure wraparound services are coordinated, created, and individualized and supports to fit the unique needs of the child and family while building upon their strengths.  
  • Assist with problem-solving, manage disagreements that may occur during the wraparound process, assessment, and advocating on their behalf. 
  • Assist in enhancing  cross system collaboration and assure early linkage/intervention
  • Work in conjunction with other service providers.
  • Act as a liaison between service providers.
  • Complete assigned tasks in a timely and competent fashion.
  • Provide proper documentation and timely completion of all paper work associated with the requirements of the position.  
  • Communicate all pertinent information to your supervisor.
  • Establish a positive working relationship with all members of the team.  Work cooperatively with all staff for the good of the agency/youth and family, and project a positive public image.
  • Attend all required meetings and necessary case reviews. 
  • Provide monthly and quarterly reports.
  • Be prepared to discuss issues and to give a written response when needed.
  • Be responsible for ensuring all clients have a discharged plan. 
  • Promote team building and teamwork.
  • This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  
  • Perform other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

This position will work in an office environment and work in extreme weather conditions and may be working in potentially hazardous situations due to working in the client’s home and community.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

Treatment Associate - Beckley – Cottage II - Full Time

SUMMARY

Be an appropriate role model for youth in care.  Create and maintain an atmosphere which is beneficial to the physical, social, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of youth.  Be responsible for guiding and directing youth through the program.  Prepare youth for successful living within societal norms toward reunification with their family, a foster family or independent living.

Pay is $15/hr

EDUCATION

  1. Possess at least a high school diploma or GED (college training preferred).

QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

  1. Be open to continue learning through attendance in course study and in-service training and workshops.
  2. Demonstrate positive interpersonal relationship skills both with youth and adults. Be able to make sound decisions consistent with agency policies and best practice principles for residential treatment.
  3. Effectively implement the treatment program including Medicaid services such as behavior support, crisis support, case management, and daily living skills and support.
  4. Have the ability to meet the spiritual needs of the resident in accordance with agency policy.
  5. Obtain and maintain a valid food handler’s card.
  6. Be in good health, have physical and emotional stamina necessary to implement physical interventions with assaultive or self-injurious residents.
  7. Attend all required trainings.
  8. Be an acceptable role model for youth in values and lifestyles in keeping with those ascribed by Burlington. 
  9. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The duties and responsibilities of the Treatment Associate of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

  1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
    1. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s mission is to prevent harm and provide hope to hurting children and families.
    2. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s vision is to is to be a leader in providing superior and innovative services to every child in need regardless of who they are, what they have done, or where they live by empowering them to discover and fulfill their spiritual, academic, personal, and professional dreams and passions. 
    3. The core values that drive BUMFS’s mission and vision are to be: Christian centered; Holistic approach to service – mind, body, and spirit; Every person is of great sacred worth; Unconditional commitment; Acceptance; Trust; Honesty; Best practice; Family focused; Integrity; Respect and dignity; Confidentiality; Advocating for those who cannot do so for themselves; Teamwork; Competency; Faithfulness.
  2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
  3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
  4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
  5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
  6. RELATIONSHIPS (Residents).
    1. Become personally acquainted with each resident in the unit and develop a solid working knowledge of the background, dynamics, and treatment plan for each resident.
    2. Consistently keep residents clearly informed of any changes, new direction, and expectations related to the house, and provide adequate information to all new residents as part of the orientation process.
    3. Follow goals and objectives on residents’ individual treatment plans as well as behavior support plans.
    4. May schedule medical appointments for residents as well as needed therapy groups, i.e., sexual abuse, alcoholics anonymous, etc. in coordination with Therapist and Shift Supervisor(s).
    5. Manage conflict, emergencies, and crisis in a professional manner. In accordance with agency policy and Non Violent Crisis Intervention protocol which includes Utilization of Passive Physical Restraint.
    6. Treat DHHR personnel, school officials, biological, foster, and/or volunteer families with appropriate courtesy and respect.
    7. Administer medication to residents in accordance with medication administration protocols.
    8. Complete regular/or necessary personnel related paperwork in a timely manner such as timesheets, leave requests, injury reports, mileage sheets, etc. 
  7. RELATIONSHIPS (Staff).
    1. Maintain ongoing and open communication with staff.
    2. Share problems and criticisms in a constructive manner.
    3. Meet with Shift Supervisor every quarter for staff development conference.
    4. Ensure that pertinent information is written in staff log for all shifts to read.
    5. Attend unit team meetings on a scheduled bi-weekly basis, full group and all other required meetings/staffings.
  8. PROGRAMATIC RESPONSIBILTIES.
    1. Assist resident’s in-group settings or on an individual basis in personal hygiene skills, care for residents when sick, and administer first aid.
    2. Respond to the resident’s emotional needs; giving acceptance, affection, encouragement, understanding, and guidance.  A time is to be set aside daily to meet with the resident individually or collectively.
    3. Assist in helping resident(s) follow through with goals and objectives of his/her treatment plan.
    4. Encourage residents to participate in recreational activities.  Provide opportunities for residents to participate in activities during free time.
    5. Provide the resident the opportunity to attend Church and/or Sunday school and encourage participation in other Spiritual Enrichment Programs.
    6. Record pertinent information regarding residents on the daily narrative, staff log, medication record and incident reports. In a detailed manner. 
  9. Required driving position.
    1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.
  10. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

This position will work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to residential environment.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

Relief Treatment Associate - Daniels Campus - Part Time

SUMMARY

Be an appropriate role model for youth in care.  Create and maintain an atmosphere which is beneficial to the physical, social, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of youth.  Be responsible for guiding and directing youth through the program.  Prepare youth for successful living within societal norms toward reunification with their family, a foster family or independent living.

EDUCATION

  1. Possess at least a high school diploma or GED (college training preferred).

QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

  1. Be open to continue learning through attendance in course study and in-service training and workshops.
  2. Demonstrate positive interpersonal relationship skills both with youth and adults. Be able to make sound decisions consistent with agency policies and best practice principles for residential treatment.
  3. Effectively implement the treatment program including Medicaid services such as behavior support, crisis support, case management, and daily living skills and support.
  4. Have the ability to meet the spiritual needs of the resident in accordance with agency policy.
  5. Obtain and maintain a valid food handler’s card.
  6. Be in good health, have physical and emotional stamina necessary to implement physical interventions with assaultive or self-injurious residents.
  7. Accept relief hours in accordance with employee handbook to maintain employment status.
  8. Preference of working in certain units and shifts will not be accepted.  Declining shifts could result in removal from the relief list.
  9. Attend all required trainings.
  10. Be an acceptable role model for youth in values and lifestyles in keeping with those ascribed by Burlington. 
  11. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The duties and responsibilities of the Relief Treatment Associate of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

  1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
  2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
  3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
  4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
  5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
  6. RELATIONSHIPS (Residents).
    1. Become personally acquainted with each resident in the unit and develop a solid working knowledge of the background, dynamics, and treatment plan for each resident.
    2. Consistently keep residents clearly informed of any changes, new direction, and expectations related to the house, and provide adequate information to all new residents as part of the orientation process.
    3. Follow goals and objectives on residents’ individual treatment plans as well as behavior support plans.
    4. May schedule medical appointments for residents as well as needed therapy groups, i.e., sexual abuse, alcoholics anonymous, etc. in coordination with Therapist and Shift Supervisor(s).
    5. Manage conflict, emergencies, and crisis in a professional manner. In accordance with agency policy and Non Violent Crisis Intervention protocol which includes Utilization of Passive Physical Restraint.
    6. Treat DHHR personnel, school officials, biological, foster, and/or volunteer families with appropriate courtesy and respect.
    7. Administer medication to residents in accordance with medication administration protocols.
    8. Complete regular/or necessary personnel related paperwork in a timely manner such as timesheets, leave requests, injury reports, mileage sheets, etc. 
  7. RELATIONSHIPS (Staff).
    1. Maintain ongoing and open communication with staff.
    2. Share problems and criticisms in a constructive manner.
    3. Meet with Shift Supervisor every quarter for staff development conference.
    4. Ensure that pertinent information is written in staff log for all shifts to read.
    5. Attend unit team meetings on a scheduled bi-weekly basis, full group and all other required meetings/staffings.
  1. PROGRAMMATIC RESPONSIBILITIES.
    1. Assist resident’s in-group settings or on an individual basis in personal hygiene skills, care for residents when sick, and administer first aid.
    2. Respond to the resident’s emotional needs; giving acceptance, affection, encouragement, understanding, and guidance.  A time is to be set aside daily to meet with the resident individually or collectively.
    3. Assist in helping resident(s) follow through with goals and objectives of his/her treatment plan.
    4. Encourage residents to participate in recreational activities.  Provide opportunities for residents to participate in activities during free time.
    5. Provide the resident the opportunity to attend Church and/or Sunday school and encourage participation in other Spiritual Enrichment Programs.
    6. Record pertinent information regarding residents on the daily narrative, staff log, medication record and incident reports. In a detailed manner. 
  1. Required driving position.
  1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.
  2. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

This position may work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to residential environment.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

Social Necessity Provider - Elkins CBS Office - Full Time

SUMMARY

This position provides a service in which visitation between family members (parent to child or child to child) is observed to evaluate appropriateness and level of interaction among participants. 

EDUCATION

  1. Must be at least 21 years old and possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, Board of Regents with an emphasis in Human Services, Education, Criminal Justice or related field from an accredited College or University.  
  2. A minimum of three years post-graduate social work experience preferred.

QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

  1. Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with people of varied backgrounds.
  2. Should have exceptional organizational skills, proficient computer skills, and interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment, manage several projects simultaneously, and adjust to frequently changing demands.
  3. Have the ability to make decisions consistent with agency policies and general philosophies of child care. 
  4. Exhibits a strong commitment to the mission of Burlington United Methodist Family Services.
  5. Be an acceptable role model for youth in values and lifestyles consistent with those ascribed by Burlington. 
  6. Be in good health, have physical and emotional stamina.
  7.  Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.
  8. Comply with West Virginia Law (WV Code 49-6A-2) regarding Mandated Reporting
  9. Operate under the supervision of a licensed social worker with three years post graduate experience with families, one of which must be in staff supervision. 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The duties and responsibilities of the Visitation Coordinator of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass the following:

  1. Take referrals for services from Department of Health and Human Resource (DHHR).
  2. Enter ASO referrals into APS, confirm approval of units, and make corrections as needed. 
  3. Meet with DHHR staff to discuss the needs identified in the CPS Safety Plan.
  4. Collaborate with the DHHR staff to develop a specified needs list to be met during the initial visits. The needs list will be modified when required based on the child or families needs. 
  5. Work with foster parents and other parties to arrange visitation and transportation and to inform all parties of the arrangements
  6. Have a working communication with foster parents and others to obtain information related to the impact of separation on the child and the child’s behaviors.
  7. Will work with parents to help anticipate his/her or the child’s reaction during visits and to discuss the needs to be met during the visit. 
  8. Maintain weekly contact with DHHR and other parties as requested. 
  9. Complete written documentation to include: what took place during the visit, strengths, parent’s skills in meeting the child’s needs, barriers or issues that need to be addressed.
  10. Complete monthly progress reports by the 9th of each month. 
  11. Complete the service plan for the client receiving services.
  12. Complete all mileage logs required for billing purposes and the agency. 
  13. Have all billing completed and submitted to the billing department by the second working day of the month. 
  14. Participate in CQI activities as designated by immediate supervisor.
  15. Required driving position.
    1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work. This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.
  16. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

RFTS Care Coordinator - Keyser CBS Office - Full Time

SUMMARY

This position assumes the responsibility for coordinating the care of Medicaid-eligible pregnant women and infants.

Pay is $31,200.00 – $37,440.00

EDUCATION

  1. Must be at least 21 years old and possess a Bachelor’s Degree in social work from an accredited College or University AND have a WV Social Work License.  (OR be in process of obtaining a license from the State of West Virginia.)  OR; a registered nurse licensed to practice by the state of West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses.

QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

  1. Must maintain license requirements according to the State of West Virginia.
  2. Should have exceptional organizational skills; proficient computer skills; and interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment, manage several projects simultaneously, and adjust to frequently changing demands.
  3. Have the ability to make decisions consistent with agency policies and general philosophies of child care.
  4. Be an acceptable role model for youth in values and lifestyles in keeping with those ascribed by Burlington. 
  5. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The duties and responsibilities of the Right From the Start Coordinator of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following: 

  1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
    1. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s mission is to prevent harm and provide hope to hurting children and families.
    2. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s vision is to is to be a leader in providing superior and innovative services to every child in need regardless of who they are, what they have done, or where they live by empowering them to discover and fulfill their spiritual, academic, personal, and professional dreams and passions. 
    3. The core values that drive BUMFS’s mission and vision are to be: Christian centered; Holistic approach to service – mind, body, and spirit; Every person is of great sacred worth; Unconditional commitment; Acceptance; Trust; Honesty; Best practice; Family focused; Integrity; Respect and dignity; Confidentiality; Advocating for those who cannot do so for themselves; Teamwork; Competency; Faithfulness.
  2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
  3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
  4. Coordinate the health, education, psychosocial, and nutritional care for the Medicaid-eligible pregnant woman and infant.
  5. Receives referrals from the Regional Care Coordinator.
  6. Completes assessment to identify barriers to a healthy outcome.
  7. Develops service plan with the client.
  8. Arranges for interventions which meet identified needs.
  9. Makes home visits and client contacts according to policy.
  10. Follows a standardized record system for documenting client care.
  11. Updates medical provider of client’s progress / change in service plan.
  12. Sends required information to Regional Care Coordinator.
  13. Monitors care coordination of infants served by other programs that provide case management services.
  14. Arranges for/participates in interdisciplinary/interagency problem/service plan meetings for multi-problem clients to determine that appropriate agency to serve as primary case manager and to assign service plan responsibilities.
  15. Coordinates / monitors with other programs providing case management to infants such as Early Intervention Program, Handicapped Children.
  16. Referral of client into appropriate case management system at time of closure / or as risk determined.
  17. Improve the pregnant woman and her family’s knowledge regarding the importance of quality health care.
  18. Communicates to the client and family concerning the value of self-care.
  19. Plans with the client for medical prenatal care / pediatric care.
  20. Plans with the client for participation in WIC for nutritional needs, counseling, and food supplements.
  21. Models and teaches problem-solving skills.
  22. Plans with the client for receiving postpartum exam and family planning.
  23. Plans with the client for support systems.
  24. Advocate for the primary needs of the family, including food, shelter, safety, crisis intervention, transportation, and child care.
  25. Advocates for the client in the community.
  26. Intervenes immediately for unsafe environment for mother or infant.
  27. Intervenes in times of crisis.
  28. Use appropriate referral and follow-up procedures to acquire necessary resources for the client.
  29. Establishes cooperative agreements and contacts for referral on the local level.
  30. Coordinates services from all disciplines.
  31. Communicates with medical care providers.
  32. Monitors receipt of services.
  33. Completes required billing on a monthly basis, with all billing turned into the accounting department by noon on the second working day of the month.
  34. Required driving position.
  35. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.
  36. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Case Aide/Para-professional - Fayette Co. DHHR - Full Time

              SUMMARY

              The Para-professional will complete tasks in the areas of; customer service and office management, correspondence, training, and recruitment and recognition events to support home finders. 

              EDUCATION

              1. Possess at least a high school diploma or GED.  Two years college business/secretarial experience preferred.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Have special training in secretarial skills.
              2. Have knowledge of office machines and their uses, including office computers and related software.
              3. Have ability to organize data, schedules, and filing systems and generate reports.
              4. Have ability to report and record information and facts accurately and maintain the confidentiality of this information.
              5. Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with other staff, clients, and general public.
              6. Be willing to continue learning through attendance in course study and in-service training and workshops.
              7. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Para-professional of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following: 

              1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
              2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
              3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
              4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
              5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
              6. Responsible for answering phones, providing program information and conducting initial interviews of prospective families.
              7. Responsible for assisting potential and current providers with form completion assisting with ASO registration.
              8. Complete routine correspondence pertaining to training, references, medical records and support group meeting.
              9. Responsible for setting up and maintaining provider files and documentation relevant to the specific home.
              10. Responsible for entering information in FACTS (Family and Children Tracking System) on a daily basis as needed.
              11. Schedule PRIDE training with providers that will include child care during training and support group sessions.
              12. Schedule fingerprinting during session one of PRIDE or at local area office when it cannot be completed during PRIDE training.
              13. Assemble and deliver training materials for in service foster parent training as needed by the home finder.
              14. Assist home finding staff with assembling promotional materials for recruitment activities such as fairs, home shows and conferences.
              15. Assist home finding staff with special programs and recognition activities for foster parents.
              16. Responsible for adhering to all home finder time guides lines as indicated by DHHR and BUMFS.
              17. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.
              18. Required driving position
                1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Administrative Assistant - Martinsburg CBS Office - Full Time

              SUMMARY

              The Administrative Assistant shall assist the Chief Operations Officer (COO) of Burlington United Methodist Family Services in the administration and management of the COO’s office.  

              Pay is $35,568.00-46,238.40, annually

              EDUCATION

              1. Possess at least a high school diploma or GED and at least five years of experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. (Associate degree and/or trade school training preferred).

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Ability to organize resources and establish priorities. Must be highly organized.
              2. Proven ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
              3. Ability to operate computerized information systems. Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, Publisher and pdf files).  Knowledge of accounting principles is helpful.
              4. Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality and make administrative, procedural decisions and judgments.
              5. Ability to create, compose and edit written materials, including performing, research, gathering and compiling information, preparing technical reports and maintaining files/records. 
              6. Ability to analyze and solve problems on your own.
              7. Ability to maintain excellent oral and written communication skills, telephone etiquette, relational/interpersonal skills and act in a professional manner with staff, clients, and the general public.
              8. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Administrative Assistant of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

              1. Maintains offices copies of the Employee Handbook, BUMFS Policy and Procedure manual and updates both as necessary.
              2. Performs the usual secretarial responsibilities of typing, filing, telephone calls, and managing appointments for the COO, writing letters, etc. as necessary.
              3. Work closely with COO; editing letters, reminding of appointments, annual reports, make reservations.
              4. Maintain monthly spreadsheet to track foster care home finding data for the agency.
              5. Maintain the foster care programs monthly report to submit to Mission WV. 
              6. Submit monthly completed adoption invoices to WVDHHR and the billing department.
              7. Administration of Extended Reach to include adding clients, changing or creating forms, problem solving and running reports. 
              8. Responsible for converting and creating PDFs for the agency as needed.
              9. Responsible for monitoring the agency GPS tracking system, providing reports to CEO, COO, CFO, Director of Human resources and program managers as necessary.
              10.  Responsible for working with community stakeholders to access resources and partner for activities. 
              11. Maintains files as requested by the COO.
              12. Send documents and emails to staff at the request of the COO.
              13. Responsible for tracking office PRs and submitting them weekly to accounting.
              14. Maintains the fleet of vehicles assigned to the Martinsburg office.
              15. Schedules repairs and maintenance for the Martinsburg office. 
              16. Seeks vendors for bids as requested by the COO.
              17. Schedules annual training required for all staff in the Martinsburg office. 
              18. Access the WVCANS system to run monthly performance-based measure reports for SAH and send to Regional Directors and SAH supervisors. 
              19. Combine data submitted by regional directors to complete monthly performance-based contracting report for foster care to submit to WVDHHR. 
              20. Convert foster care visitation recordings to disk as required by individual CPS cases.  
              21. Oversees and/or performs a range of diverse administrative activities for the Agency; serves as a central point of liaison with other departments and the general public in the resolution of a variety of day-to-day matters.  
              22. Should be a notary.
              23.  Required driving position.
                1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees when and if necessary.
              24. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
              25. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Case Aide/Para-professional - Marion Co. DHHR - Full Time

              SUMMARY

              The Para-professional will complete tasks in the areas of; customer service and office management, correspondence, training, and recruitment and recognition events to support home finders. 

              EDUCATION

              1. Possess at least a high school diploma or GED.  Two years college business/secretarial experience preferred.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Have special training in secretarial skills.
              2. Have knowledge of office machines and their uses, including office computers and related software.
              3. Have ability to organize data, schedules, and filing systems and generate reports.
              4. Have ability to report and record information and facts accurately and maintain the confidentiality of this information.
              5. Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with other staff, clients, and general public.
              6. Be willing to continue learning through attendance in course study and in-service training and workshops.
              7. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Para-professional of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following: 

              1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
              2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
              3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
              4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
              5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
              6. Responsible for answering phones, providing program information and conducting initial interviews of prospective families.
              7. Responsible for assisting potential and current providers with form completion assisting with ASO registration.
              8. Complete routine correspondence pertaining to training, references, medical records and support group meeting.
              9. Responsible for setting up and maintaining provider files and documentation relevant to the specific home.
              10. Responsible for entering information in FACTS (Family and Children Tracking System) on a daily basis as needed.
              11. Schedule PRIDE training with providers that will include child care during training and support group sessions.
              12. Schedule fingerprinting during session one of PRIDE or at local area office when it cannot be completed during PRIDE training.
              13. Assemble and deliver training materials for in service foster parent training as needed by the home finder.
              14. Assist home finding staff with assembling promotional materials for recruitment activities such as fairs, home shows and conferences.
              15. Assist home finding staff with special programs and recognition activities for foster parents.
              16. Responsible for adhering to all home finder time guides lines as indicated by DHHR and BUMFS.
              17. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.
              18. Required driving position
                1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Case Aide/Para-professional - Ohio Co. DHHR - Full Time

              SUMMARY

              The Para-professional will complete tasks in the areas of; customer service and office management, correspondence, training, and recruitment and recognition events to support home finders. 

              EDUCATION

              1. Possess at least a high school diploma or GED.  Two years college business/secretarial experience preferred.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Have special training in secretarial skills.
              2. Have knowledge of office machines and their uses, including office computers and related software.
              3. Have ability to organize data, schedules, and filing systems and generate reports.
              4. Have ability to report and record information and facts accurately and maintain the confidentiality of this information.
              5. Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with other staff, clients, and general public.
              6. Be willing to continue learning through attendance in course study and in-service training and workshops.
              7. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Para-professional of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

              1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
              2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
              3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
              4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
              5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
              6. Responsible for answering phones, providing program information and conducting initial interviews of prospective families.
              7. Responsible for assisting potential and current providers with form completion assisting with ASO registration.
              8. Complete routine correspondence pertaining to training, references, medical records and support group meeting.
              9. Responsible for setting up and maintaining provider files and documentation relevant to the specific home.
              10. Responsible for entering information in FACTS (Family and Children Tracking System) on a daily basis as needed.
              11. Schedule PRIDE training with providers that will include child care during training and support group sessions.
              12. Schedule fingerprinting during session one of PRIDE or at local area office when it cannot be completed during PRIDE training.
              13. Assemble and deliver training materials for in service foster parent training as needed by the home finder.
              14. Assist home finding staff with assembling promotional materials for recruitment activities such as fairs, home shows and conferences.
              15. Assist home finding staff with special programs and recognition activities for foster parents.
              16. Responsible for adhering to all home finder time guides lines as indicated by DHHR and BUMFS.
              17. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.
              18. Required driving position
                1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              SAH Wraparound Facilitator - Keyser CBS - Full Time

              SUMMARY

              It is the responsible of the Wraparound Facilitator to provide services and to oversee all aspects of the client’s needs who are assigned to them. 

              EDUCATION

              1. Must be at least 21 years old and have a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services related field.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree.
              2. Must maintain an appropriate amount of continuing education per policy.
              3. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to a drug test and an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Wraparound Facilitator of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following: 

              • Provide intensive case management services to youth, aged 12-17 (up to the youth’s 17th birthday) with a diagnosis of a severe emotional or behavioral disturbance that impedes his or her daily functioning (DSM-V Axis I) who is who is currently in out-of-state residential placement who cannot return home without extra support, linkage, and services provided by wraparound; who is currently in in-state residential placement who cannot be reunified without extra support, linkage, and services provided by wraparound; who is at risk of out-of-state residential placement and utilization of wraparound can safely prevent the placement, or who at risk of in-state level one, two or three or Psychiatric residential placement and  utilization of wraparound can safely prevent placement. 
              • Provide oversight of services for the client to ensure his/her safety and well-being
              • Provide coordination of services that will include but not be limited to assessment and evaluation, individualized wraparound service planning, intensive case management, outpatient therapy to include individual, family and group, day treatment, behavior management, intensive home-based mental health services, school-based behavioral health services, substance abuse, intensive outpatient services, crisis services, mobile crisis response, youth coaching, peer support, respite services, therapeutic mentoring and therapeutic foster care.
              • Initiate services to ensure the safety of the youth and family.
              • Shift families from professional to natural supports to help families build long-term connections and supports in their communities.
              • Provide concurrent community work while youth is in the residential care for a smooth transition home.
              • Reduce the occurrence and negative impact of traumatic events in the child’s life.
              • Ensure the child/youth receives crisis stabilization without the need for youth to enter reenter residential care. 
              • Reduce the length of stay in congregate care.
              • Develop service plans that are individualized and tailored for each family that are strength based that unifies residential and community treatment, creating a seamless transition as youth and families move through the system; 
              • Encourage innovation, creativity and appropriate goal setting.
              • Ensure adherence of performance measures for families utilizing Safe at Home Wrap-around.
              • Ensure assessments are completed on every family member
              • Maintain a caseload of not more than 10 youth and their families. 
              • Meet with the clients and their family for a family team meeting to include not less than one face-to-face per month.  (Meetings could be daily, weekly or monthly according to the needs of the youth and family)
              • Provide a continuity of care which is best for each youth and his/her family.  
              • Ensure wraparound services are coordinated, created, and individualized and supports to fit the unique needs of the child and family while building upon their strengths.  
              • Assist with problem-solving, manage disagreements that may occur during the wraparound process, assessment, and advocating on their behalf. 
              • Assist in enhancing  cross system collaboration and assure early linkage/intervention
              • Work in conjunction with other service providers.
              • Act as a liaison between service providers.
              • Complete assigned tasks in a timely and competent fashion.
              • Provide proper documentation and timely completion of all paper work associated with the requirements of the position.  
              • Communicate all pertinent information to your supervisor.
              • Establish a positive working relationship with all members of the team.  Work cooperatively with all staff for the good of the agency/youth and family, and project a positive public image.
              • Attend all required meetings and necessary case reviews. 
              • Provide monthly and quarterly reports.
              • Be prepared to discuss issues and to give a written response when needed.
              • Be responsible for ensuring all clients have a discharged plan. 
              • Promote team building and teamwork.
              • This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  
              • Perform other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment and work in extreme weather conditions and may be working in potentially hazardous situations due to working in the client’s home and community.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              SAH Wraparound Facilitator - Martinsburg CBS - Full Time

              SUMMARY

              It is the responsible of the Wraparound Facilitator to provide services and to oversee all aspects of the client’s needs who are assigned to them. 

              EDUCATION

              1. Must be at least 21 years old and have a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services related field.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree.
              2. Must maintain an appropriate amount of continuing education per policy.
              3. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to a drug test and an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Wraparound Facilitator of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

              • Provide intensive case management services to youth, aged 12-17 (up to the youth’s 17th birthday) with a diagnosis of a severe emotional or behavioral disturbance that impedes his or her daily functioning (DSM-V Axis I) who is who is currently in out-of-state residential placement who cannot return home without extra support, linkage, and services provided by wraparound; who is currently in in-state residential placement who cannot be reunified without extra support, linkage, and services provided by wraparound; who is at risk of out-of-state residential placement and utilization of wraparound can safely prevent the placement, or who at risk of in-state level one, two or three or Psychiatric residential placement and  utilization of wraparound can safely prevent placement. 
              • Provide oversight of services for the client to ensure his/her safety and well-being
              • Provide coordination of services that will include but not be limited to assessment and evaluation, individualized wraparound service planning, intensive case management, outpatient therapy to include individual, family and group, day treatment, behavior management, intensive home-based mental health services, school-based behavioral health services, substance abuse, intensive outpatient services, crisis services, mobile crisis response, youth coaching, peer support, respite services, therapeutic mentoring and therapeutic foster care.
              • Initiate services to ensure the safety of the youth and family.
              • Shift families from professional to natural supports to help families build long-term connections and supports in their communities.
              • Provide concurrent community work while youth is in the residential care for a smooth transition home.
              • Reduce the occurrence and negative impact of traumatic events in the child’s life.
              • Ensure the child/youth receives crisis stabilization without the need for youth to enter reenter residential care. 
              • Reduce the length of stay in congregate care.
              • Develop service plans that are individualized and tailored for each family that are strength based that unifies residential and community treatment, creating a seamless transition as youth and families move through the system; 
              • Encourage innovation, creativity and appropriate goal setting.
              • Ensure adherence of performance measures for families utilizing Safe at Home Wrap-around.
              • Ensure assessments are completed on every family member
              • Maintain a caseload of not more than 10 youth and their families. 
              • Meet with the clients and their family for a family team meeting to include not less than one face-to-face per month.  (Meetings could be daily, weekly or monthly according to the needs of the youth and family)
              • Provide a continuity of care which is best for each youth and his/her family.  
              • Ensure wraparound services are coordinated, created, and individualized and supports to fit the unique needs of the child and family while building upon their strengths.  
              • Assist with problem-solving, manage disagreements that may occur during the wraparound process, assessment, and advocating on their behalf. 
              • Assist in enhancing  cross system collaboration and assure early linkage/intervention
              • Work in conjunction with other service providers.
              • Act as a liaison between service providers.
              • Complete assigned tasks in a timely and competent fashion.
              • Provide proper documentation and timely completion of all paper work associated with the requirements of the position.  
              • Communicate all pertinent information to your supervisor.
              • Establish a positive working relationship with all members of the team.  Work cooperatively with all staff for the good of the agency/youth and family, and project a positive public image.
              • Attend all required meetings and necessary case reviews. 
              • Provide monthly and quarterly reports.
              • Be prepared to discuss issues and to give a written response when needed.
              • Be responsible for ensuring all clients have a discharged plan. 
              • Promote team building and teamwork.
              • This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  
              • Perform other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment and work in extreme weather conditions and may be working in potentially hazardous situations due to working in the client’s home and community.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Recovery Associate - Hope Meadow Recovery House - Full Time

              SUMMARY

              Be an appropriate role model for recovering adults in care.  Create and maintain an atmosphere which is beneficial to the physical, social, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of recovering adults.  Be responsible for guiding and directing recovering adults through the program.  Prepare recovering adults for successful living within societal norms toward reunification with their family, and gain independent living.

              Pay is $13.50 – $17.55/hr

              EDUCATION

              1. Possess at least a high school diploma or GED (college training preferred).

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Be open to continue learning through attendance in course study and in-service training and workshops.
              2. Demonstrate positive interpersonal relationship skills with recovering adults. Be able to make sound decisions consistent with agency policies and best practice principles for residential treatment.
              3. Effectively implement the treatment program including Medicaid services such as behavior support, crisis support, case management, and daily living skills and support.
              4. Have the ability to meet the spiritual needs of the resident in accordance with agency policy.
              5. Obtain and maintain a valid food handler’s card.
              6. Be in good health, have physical and emotional stamina necessary to implement physical interventions with assaultive or self-injurious client.
              7. Attend all required trainings.
              8. Be an acceptable role model for recovering adults in values and lifestyles in keeping with those ascribed by Burlington. 
              9. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Treatment Associate of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

              1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
                1. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s mission is to prevent harm and provide hope to hurting children and families.
                2. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s vision is to is to be a leader in providing superior and innovative services to every client in need regardless of who they are, what they have done, or where they live by empowering them to discover and fulfill their spiritual, academic, personal, and professional dreams and passions. 
                3. The core values that drive BUMFS’s mission and vision are to be: Christian centered; Holistic approach to service – mind, body, and spirit; Every person is of great sacred worth; Unconditional commitment; Acceptance; Trust; Honesty; Best practice; Family focused; Integrity; Respect and dignity; Confidentiality; Advocating for those who cannot do so for themselves; Teamwork; Competency; Faithfulness.
              2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
              3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
              4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
              5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
              6. RELATIONSHIPS (Client).
                1. Become personally acquainted with each client in the unit and develop a solid working knowledge of the background, dynamics, and treatment plan for each resident.
                2. Consistently keep client clearly informed of any changes, new direction, and expectations related to the house, and provide adequate information to all new client as part of the orientation process.
                3. Follow goals and objectives on client’ individual treatment plans as well as behavior support plans.
                4. Manage conflict, emergencies, and crisis in a professional manner. In accordance with agency policy and Non Violent Crisis Intervention protocol which includes Utilization of Passive Physical Restraint.
                5. Treat DHHR personnel, school officials, biological, foster, and/or volunteer families with appropriate courtesy and respect.
                6. May assist with administration of medication to client in accordance with medication administration protocols.
                7. Complete regular/or necessary personnel related paperwork in a timely manner such as timesheets, leave requests, injury reports, mileage sheets, etc. 
              7. RELATIONSHIPS (Staff).
                1. Maintain ongoing and open communication with staff.
                2. Share problems and criticisms in a constructive manner.
                3. Meet with Supervisor every quarter for staff development conference.
                4. Ensure that pertinent information is written in staff log for all shifts to read.
                5. Attend unit team meetings on a scheduled bi-weekly basis, full group and all other required meetings/staffings.
              8. PROGRAMATIC RESPONSIBILTIES.
                1. Assist client’s in-group settings or on an individual basis in personal hygiene skills, care for client when sick, and administer first aid.
                2. Respond to the client’s emotional needs; giving acceptance, affection, encouragement, understanding, and guidance.  A time is to be set aside daily to meet with the resident individually or collectively.
                3. Assist in helping resident(s) follow through with goals and objectives of his/her treatment plan.
                4. Encourage client to participate in recreational activities.  Provide opportunities for client to participate in activities during free time.
                5. Provide the resident the opportunity to attend Church and/or Sunday school and encourage participation in other Spiritual Enrichment Programs.
                6. Record pertinent information regarding client on the daily narrative, staff log, medication record and incident reports in a detailed manner. 
                7. Perform scheduled and routine bed checks throughout the night.
                8. Maintain organization of clothing room/wash donated items before storing in clothing room.
                9. Be able to identify clients who are under the influence and perform rapid drug screening as necessary.
                10. Contact director as necessary or requested.
              9. Required driving position.
                1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and client when and if necessary.
              10. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to residential environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Social Necessity Provider - Knobley Rd. Foster Care/Social Necessity - Full Time

              SUMMARY

              This position provides a service in which visitation between family members (parent to child or child to child) is observed to evaluate appropriateness and level of interaction among participants. 

              Pay is $26,750.00 – $32,100.00

              EDUCATION

              1. Must be at least 21 years old and possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, Board of Regents with an emphasis in Human Services, Education, Criminal Justice or related field from an accredited College or University.  
              2. A minimum of three years post-graduate social work experience preferred.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with people of varied backgrounds.
              2. Should have exceptional organizational skills, proficient computer skills, and interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment, manage several projects simultaneously, and adjust to frequently changing demands.
              3. Have the ability to make decisions consistent with agency policies and general philosophies of child care. 
              4. Exhibits a strong commitment to the mission of Burlington United Methodist Family Services.
              5. Be an acceptable role model for youth in values and lifestyles consistent with those ascribed by Burlington. 
              6. Be in good health, have physical and emotional stamina.
              7.  Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.
              8. Comply with West Virginia Law (WV Code 49-6A-2) regarding Mandated Reporting
              9. Operate under the supervision of a licensed social worker with three years post graduate experience with families, one of which must be in staff supervision. 

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Visitation Coordinator of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass the following:

              1. Take referrals for services from Department of Health and Human Resource (DHHR).
              2. Enter ASO referrals into APS, confirm approval of units, and make corrections as needed. 
              3. Meet with DHHR staff to discuss the needs identified in the CPS Safety Plan.
              4. Collaborate with the DHHR staff to develop a specified needs list to be met during the initial visits. The needs list will be modified when required based on the child or families needs. 
              5. Work with foster parents and other parties to arrange visitation and transportation and to inform all parties of the arrangements
              6. Have a working communication with foster parents and others to obtain information related to the impact of separation on the child and the child’s behaviors.
              7. Will work with parents to help anticipate his/her or the child’s reaction during visits and to discuss the needs to be met during the visit. 
              8. Maintain weekly contact with DHHR and other parties as requested. 
              9. Complete written documentation to include: what took place during the visit, strengths, parent’s skills in meeting the child’s needs, barriers or issues that need to be addressed.
              10. Complete monthly progress reports by the 9th of each month. 
              11. Complete the service plan for the client receiving services.
              12. Complete all mileage logs required for billing purposes and the agency. 
              13. Have all billing completed and submitted to the billing department by the second working day of the month. 
              14. Participate in CQI activities as designated by immediate supervisor.
              15. Required driving position.
                1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work. This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.
              16. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Team Facilitator - Sarah’s House - Full Time

              SUMMARY

              The role of Team Facilitator is to cultivate, strengthen and maintain relationships that support the mission and values of a coordinated multi-disciplinary response to child abuse; fostering relationships as a direct line to improving outcomes for children and families in their community.  

              Pay is $13/hr.

              EDUCATION

              Associate’s Degree at minimum required.  Some experience working with children preferred.  

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. 

                1. Possess the knowledge of social work methodology. 
                2. Possess exceptional organizational skills; proficient computer skills; interpersonal relationship skills; the ability to communicate orally and in writing; the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment; the ability to manage several projects simultaneously; active listening skills; and the ability to adjust to frequently changing demands. 
                3. Possess compassion and maintain objectivity for hurting families regardless of socio-economic status and/or personal bias.  
                4. Possess communication skills in order to verbalize the needs of a child to other investigating professionals.
                5. Possess the skills to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with other investigating professionals. 
                6. Possess self-motivation and task orientation skills.
                7. Possess the ability to respond to crisis situations and be able to cope with emotionally stressful situations. 
                8. Possess the skills to navigate and embrace conflict to move towards innovative solutions.  
              • Possess a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation and drug test.
              • Possess the ability to attend certifications/trainings relevant for the role of team facilitator.   

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Team Facilitator for SARAH’S House Child Advocacy Center of Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc. shall encompass the following:

              1. Will support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc. as evidenced by compliance with all organized policies and procedures. 
              2. Will support and facilitate positive interactions with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multi-cultural work place. 
              3. Will adhere to a strong code of ethics.
              4. Will exhibit effective communication skills, including proper use of agency communication systems. 
              5. Will attend trainings necessary and relevant to the role of Team Facilitator.
              6. Will be responsible for participating in planned program events, activities, public awareness campaigns…etc. and will assist in educating the community on the topic of child abuse. 
              7. Will develop and maintain positive working relationships with investigating professionals involved in child abuse cases; such as Prosecuting attorneys, law enforcement, child protective services, mental health providers, medical providers, court appointed special advocates, guardian ad litems, domestic violence advocates, judges…etc. 
              8. Will facilitate and participate in monthly Multi-Disciplinary Investigative Team meetings within each county that we officially serve and convey information regarding forensic interviews.  
              9. Will develop Multi-Disciplinary Investigative Teams in expansion Counties.
              10. Will work towards understanding the various strengths and limitations for each discipline of the Multi-Disciplinary Investigative Team.  
              11. Will assist in coordinating the use of SARAH’S House for conducting forensic interviews.
              12. Will assist in ensuring that client files (referrals, intake, DVD, interview summaries, court documents…etc.) are stored in a secure, protected location.
              13. Will assist in maintaining confidentiality and follow state law guidelines in the distribution of client information. 
              14. Will assist in delivering follow-up surveys to clients as needed.  

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are a representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  

              Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable an individual with a disability to perform the essential functions.  

              Travel is required both day and night.  This professional will be required to travel to the counties that we serve on a regular basis.  

              The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  

              Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  

              The employee will be required to possess the strength and the ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required trainings. 

              This position will work in an office environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  

              The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Social Necessity Provider - Full Time

              SUMMARY

              This position provides a service in which visitation between family members (parent to child or child to child) is observed to evaluate appropriateness and level of interaction among participants. 

              Pay for this position is $26,750-$32,100

              EDUCATION

              • Must be at least 21 years old and possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, Board of Regents with an emphasis in Human Services, Education, Criminal Justice or related field from an accredited College or University.  
              • A minimum of three years post-graduate social work experience preferred.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              • Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with people of varied backgrounds.
              • Should have exceptional organizational skills, proficient computer skills, and interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment, manage several projects simultaneously, and adjust to frequently changing demands.
              • Have the ability to make decisions consistent with agency policies and general philosophies of child care. 
              • Exhibits a strong commitment to the mission of Burlington United Methodist Family Services.
              • Be an acceptable role model for youth in values and lifestyles consistent with those ascribed by Burlington. 
              • Be in good health, have physical and emotional stamina.
              • Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.
              • Comply with West Virginia Law (WV Code 49-6A-2) regarding Mandated Reporting
              • Operate under the supervision of a licensed social worker with three years post graduate experience with families, one of which must be in staff supervision. 

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Visitation Coordinator of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass the following:

               

              • Take referrals for services from Department of Health and Human Resource (DHHR).
              • Enter ASO referrals into APS, confirm approval of units, and make corrections as needed. 
              • Meet with DHHR staff to discuss the needs identified in the CPS Safety Plan.
              • Collaborate with the DHHR staff to develop a specified needs list to be met during the initial visits. The needs list will be modified when required based on the child or families needs. 
              • Work with foster parents and other parties to arrange visitation and transportation and to inform all parties of the arrangements
              • Have a working communication with foster parents and others to obtain information related to the impact of separation on the child and the child’s behaviors.
              • Will work with parents to help anticipate his/her or the child’s reaction during visits and to discuss the needs to be met during the visit. 
              • Maintain weekly contact with DHHR and other parties as requested. 
              • Complete written documentation to include: what took place during the visit, strengths, parent’s skills in meeting the child’s needs, barriers or issues that need to be addressed.
              • Complete monthly progress reports by the 9th of each month. 
              • Complete the service plan for the client receiving services.
              • Complete all mileage logs required for billing purposes and the agency. 
              • Have all billing completed and submitted to the billing department by the second working day of the month. 
              • Participate in CQI activities as designated by immediate supervisor.
              • Required driving position.
                  • This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work. This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.
              • Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Treatment Associate – Beckley Campus – Cottage I - Full Time

              SUMMARY

              Be an appropriate role model for youth in care.  Create and maintain an atmosphere which is beneficial to the physical, social, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of youth.  Be responsible for guiding and directing youth through the program.  Prepare youth for successful living within societal norms toward reunification with their family, a foster family or independent living.

              EDUCATION

              1. Possess at least a high school diploma or GED (college training preferred).

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Be open to continue learning through attendance in course study and in-service training and workshops.
              2. Demonstrate positive interpersonal relationship skills both with youth and adults. Be able to make sound decisions consistent with agency policies and best practice principles for residential treatment.
              3. Effectively implement the treatment program including Medicaid services such as behavior support, crisis support, case management, and daily living skills and support.
              4. Have the ability to meet the spiritual needs of the resident in accordance with agency policy.
              5. Obtain and maintain a valid food handler’s card.
              6. Be in good health, have physical and emotional stamina necessary to implement physical interventions with assaultive or self-injurious residents.
              7. Attend all required trainings.
              8. Be an acceptable role model for youth in values and lifestyles in keeping with those ascribed by Burlington. 
              9. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Treatment Associate of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

              1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
                1. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s mission is to prevent harm and provide hope to hurting children and families.
                2. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s vision is to is to be a leader in providing superior and innovative services to every child in need regardless of who they are, what they have done, or where they live by empowering them to discover and fulfill their spiritual, academic, personal, and professional dreams and passions. 
                3. The core values that drive BUMFS’s mission and vision are to be: Christian centered; Holistic approach to service – mind, body, and spirit; Every person is of great sacred worth; Unconditional commitment; Acceptance; Trust; Honesty; Best practice; Family focused; Integrity; Respect and dignity; Confidentiality; Advocating for those who cannot do so for themselves; Teamwork; Competency; Faithfulness.
              2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
              3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
              4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
              5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
              6. RELATIONSHIPS (Residents).
                1. Become personally acquainted with each resident in the unit and develop a solid working knowledge of the background, dynamics, and treatment plan for each resident.
                2. Consistently keep residents clearly informed of any changes, new direction, and expectations related to the house, and provide adequate information to all new residents as part of the orientation process.
                3. Follow goals and objectives on residents’ individual treatment plans as well as behavior support plans.
                4. May schedule medical appointments for residents as well as needed therapy groups, i.e., sexual abuse, alcoholics anonymous, etc. in coordination with Therapist and Shift Supervisor(s).
                5. Manage conflict, emergencies, and crisis in a professional manner. In accordance with agency policy and Non Violent Crisis Intervention protocol which includes Utilization of Passive Physical Restraint.
                6. Treat DHHR personnel, school officials, biological, foster, and/or volunteer families with appropriate courtesy and respect.
                7. Administer medication to residents in accordance with medication administration protocols.
                8. Complete regular/or necessary personnel related paperwork in a timely manner such as timesheets, leave requests, injury reports, mileage sheets, etc. 
              7. RELATIONSHIPS (Staff).
                1. Maintain ongoing and open communication with staff.
                2. Share problems and criticisms in a constructive manner.
                3. Meet with Shift Supervisor every quarter for staff development conference.
                4. Ensure that pertinent information is written in staff log for all shifts to read.
                5. Attend unit team meetings on a scheduled bi-weekly basis, full group and all other required meetings/staffings.
              8. PROGRAMATIC RESPONSIBILTIES.
                1. Assist resident’s in-group settings or on an individual basis in personal hygiene skills, care for residents when sick, and administer first aid.
                2. Respond to the resident’s emotional needs; giving acceptance, affection, encouragement, understanding, and guidance.  A time is to be set aside daily to meet with the resident individually or collectively.
                3. Assist in helping resident(s) follow through with goals and objectives of his/her treatment plan.
                4. Encourage residents to participate in recreational activities.  Provide opportunities for residents to participate in activities during free time.
                5. Provide the resident the opportunity to attend Church and/or Sunday school and encourage participation in other Spiritual Enrichment Programs.
                6. Record pertinent information regarding residents on the daily narrative, staff log, medication record and incident reports. In a detailed manner. 
              9. Required driving position.
                1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.
              10. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to residential environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Youth Services Supervisor – Raleigh Fayette Co. - Full Time

              SUMMARY

              This position oversees the Youth Service workers statewide.  In the absence of a Youth Service worker – the Supervisor will assume the responsibility to provide outcome based services to 2-13 youth that are in the Youth Services Program.  To develop, facilitate, and support a comprehensive treatment plan which is designed to meet the needs of children with severe emotional and behavioral problems in the least restrictive environment, using treatment philosophy which is strength based, family focused, culturally sensitive and community based.

              Youth service job pays $38,000.00 to $45,600.00 

              EDUCATION

              1. Must be at least 21 years old and possession of a Master’s Degree in Social Work or related human service field (education, psychology, sociology. and three years of social work experience), 
              2. A minimum of three years post-graduate social work experience preferred.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Must maintain license requirements according to the State of West Virginia.
              2. Experience working with children who have mental health needs and with child welfare system involvement.
              3. One year experience in child welfare and or community mental health agency preferred.
              4. Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with people of varied backgrounds.
              5. A team builder who inspires staff to work together in pursuit of a common mission, with the ability to hold them accountable for the accomplishments of the objectives.
              6. Should have exceptional organizational skills; proficient computer skills; and interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment, manage several projects simultaneously, and adjust to frequently changing demands.
              7. Have the ability to make decisions consistent with agency policies and general philosophies of child care.
              8. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Youth Service Supervisor of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

              1. Provide monthly supervisions with each employee and provide documentation of said supervision.
              2. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
              3. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
              4. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
              5. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
              6. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
              7. Case Management.
                1. Assessment
                2. Facilitation of Multi-disciplinary Team (MDT)
                3. Non-custodial counseling
                4. School based support meetings
                5. IEP meetings
                6. Case Planning
                7. Documentation
                8. Gather and submit Title IV-E eligibility  data
                9. Enter pertinent data into the Facts system
                10. Link the local mental health and physical health providers for services not covered under Youth Services
                11. Monitor family services
                12. Attends court hearings and completes court reviews
                13. Maintain CQI standards as established
                14. Establish/monitor aftercare plans
                15. Compliance with the administrative review process/ policy to assure the occurrence of permanency planning
                16. Arranging transportation for visits
              8. Technical Assistance.
              1. Maintain knowledge of local resources
              2. Knowledge of and commitment to wrap around family focused child principles
              3. Strength based decision making
              4. Knowledge of FACTS system
              5. Knowledge and participation in the collaborative process
              6. Required driving position.
                1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.
              7. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Youth Services Worker – Raleigh Co. DHHR - Full Time

              SUMMARY

              To provide outcome based services to youth ages 10-18 that are in the Youth Services Program.  To develop, facilitate, and support a comprehensive treatment plan which is designed to meet the needs of children with severe emotional and behavioral problems in the least restrictive environment, using treatment philosophy which is strength based, family focused, culturally sensitive and community based.

              Youth service job pays $28,000.00

              EDUCATION

              1. Must be at least 21 years old and possession of a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related human service field (education, psychology, sociology. and three years of social work experience). WV Social Work License required.
              2. A minimum of three years post-graduate social work experience preferred.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Must maintain license requirements according to the State of West Virginia.
              2. Experience working with children who have mental health needs and with child welfare system involvement.
              3. One year experience in child welfare and or community mental health agency preferred.
              4. Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with people of varied backgrounds.
              5. A team builder who inspires staff to work together in pursuit of a common mission, with the ability to hold them accountable for the accomplishments of the objectives.
              6. Should have exceptional organizational skills; proficient computer skills; and interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment, manage several projects simultaneously, and adjust to frequently changing demands.
              7. Have the ability to make decisions consistent with agency policies and general philosophies of child care.
              8. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Youth Service Worker of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following: 

              1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
                1. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s mission is to prevent harm and provide hope to hurting children and families.
                2. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s vision is to is to be a leader in providing superior and innovative services to every child in need regardless of who they are, what they have done, or where they live by empowering them to discover and fulfill their spiritual, academic, personal, and professional dreams and passions. 
                3. The core values that drive BUMFS’s mission and vision are to be: Christian centered; Holistic approach to service – mind, body, and spirit; Every person is of great sacred worth; Unconditional commitment; Acceptance; Trust; Honesty; Best practice; Family focused; Integrity; Respect and dignity; Confidentiality; Advocating for those who cannot do so for themselves; Teamwork; Competency; Faithfulness.
              2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
              3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
              4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
              5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
              6. Case Management.
                1. Assessment
                2. Facilitation of Multi-disciplinary Team (MDT)
                3. Non-custodial counseling
                4. School based support meetings
                5. IEP meetings
                6. Case Planning
                7. Documentation
                8. Gather and submit Title IV-E eligibility  data
                9. Enter pertinent data into the Facts system
                10. Link the local mental health and physical health providers for services not covered under Youth Services
                11. Monitor family services
                12. Attends court hearings and completes court reviews
                13. Maintain CQI standards as established
                14. Establish/monitor aftercare plans
                15. Compliance with the administrative review process/ policy to assure the occurrence of permanency planning
                16. Arranging transportation for visits
              7. Technical Assistance.
              1. Maintain knowledge of local resources
              2. Knowledge of and commitment to wrap around family focused child principles
              3. Strength based decision making
              4. Knowledge of FACTS system
              5. Knowledge and participation in the collaborative process
              1. Required driving position.
                1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.
              2. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

               

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

              Safe at Home – Wraparound Facilitator - Martinsburg CBS - Full Time

              SUMMARY

              It is the responsible of the Wraparound Facilitator to provide services and to oversee all aspects of the client’s needs who are assigned to them. 

              EDUCATION

              1. Must be at least 21 years old and have a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services related field.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree.
              2. Must maintain an appropriate amount of continuing education per policy.
              3. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to a drug test and an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Wraparound Facilitator of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

              • Provide intensive case management services to youth, aged 12-17 (up to the youth’s 17th birthday) with a diagnosis of a severe emotional or behavioral disturbance that impedes his or her daily functioning (DSM-V Axis I) who is who is currently in out-of-state residential placement who cannot return home without extra support, linkage, and services provided by wraparound; who is currently in in-state residential placement who cannot be reunified without extra support, linkage, and services provided by wraparound; who is at risk of out-of-state residential placement and utilization of wraparound can safely prevent the placement, or who at risk of in-state level one, two or three or Psychiatric residential placement and  utilization of wraparound can safely prevent placement. 
              • Provide oversight of services for the client to ensure his/her safety and well-being
              • Provide coordination of services that will include but not be limited to assessment and evaluation, individualized wraparound service planning, intensive case management, outpatient therapy to include individual, family and group, day treatment, behavior management, intensive home-based mental health services, school-based behavioral health services, substance abuse, intensive outpatient services, crisis services, mobile crisis response, youth coaching, peer support, respite services, therapeutic mentoring and therapeutic foster care.
              • Initiate services to ensure the safety of the youth and family.
              • Shift families from professional to natural supports to help families build long-term connections and supports in their communities.
              • Provide concurrent community work while youth is in the residential care for a smooth transition home.
              • Reduce the occurrence and negative impact of traumatic events in the child’s life.
              • Ensure the child/youth receives crisis stabilization without the need for youth to enter reenter residential care. 
              • Reduce the length of stay in congregate care.
              • Develop service plans that are individualized and tailored for each family that are strength based that unifies residential and community treatment, creating a seamless transition as youth and families move through the system; 
              • Encourage innovation, creativity and appropriate goal setting.
              • Ensure adherence of performance measures for families utilizing Safe at Home Wrap-around.
              • Ensure assessments are completed on every family member
              • Maintain a caseload of not more than 10 youth and their families. 
              • Meet with the clients and their family for a family team meeting to include not less than one face-to-face per month.  (Meetings could be daily, weekly or monthly according to the needs of the youth and family)
              • Provide a continuity of care which is best for each youth and his/her family.  
              • Ensure wraparound services are coordinated, created, and individualized and supports to fit the unique needs of the child and family while building upon their strengths.  
              • Assist with problem-solving, manage disagreements that may occur during the wraparound process, assessment, and advocating on their behalf. 
              • Assist in enhancing  cross system collaboration and assure early linkage/intervention
              • Work in conjunction with other service providers.
              • Act as a liaison between service providers.
              • Complete assigned tasks in a timely and competent fashion.
              • Provide proper documentation and timely completion of all paper work associated with the requirements of the position.  
              • Communicate all pertinent information to your supervisor.
              • Establish a positive working relationship with all members of the team.  Work cooperatively with all staff for the good of the agency/youth and family, and project a positive public image.
              • Attend all required meetings and necessary case reviews. 
              • Provide monthly and quarterly reports.
              • Be prepared to discuss issues and to give a written response when needed.
              • Be responsible for ensuring all clients have a discharged plan. 
              • Promote team building and teamwork.
              • This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  
              • Perform other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment and work in extreme weather conditions and may be working in potentially hazardous situations due to working in the client’s home and community.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Safe at Home – Wraparound Facilitator - Huntington CBS - Full Time

              SUMMARY

              It is the responsible of the Wraparound Facilitator to provide services and to oversee all aspects of the client’s needs who are assigned to them. 

              EDUCATION

              1. Must be at least 21 years old and have a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services related field.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree.
              2. Must maintain an appropriate amount of continuing education per policy.
              3. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to a drug test and an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Wraparound Facilitator of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

              • Provide intensive case management services to youth, aged 12-17 (up to the youth’s 17th birthday) with a diagnosis of a severe emotional or behavioral disturbance that impedes his or her daily functioning (DSM-V Axis I) who is who is currently in out-of-state residential placement who cannot return home without extra support, linkage, and services provided by wraparound; who is currently in in-state residential placement who cannot be reunified without extra support, linkage, and services provided by wraparound; who is at risk of out-of-state residential placement and utilization of wraparound can safely prevent the placement, or who at risk of in-state level one, two or three or Psychiatric residential placement and  utilization of wraparound can safely prevent placement. 
              • Provide oversight of services for the client to ensure his/her safety and well-being
              • Provide coordination of services that will include but not be limited to assessment and evaluation, individualized wraparound service planning, intensive case management, outpatient therapy to include individual, family and group, day treatment, behavior management, intensive home-based mental health services, school-based behavioral health services, substance abuse, intensive outpatient services, crisis services, mobile crisis response, youth coaching, peer support, respite services, therapeutic mentoring and therapeutic foster care.
              • Initiate services to ensure the safety of the youth and family.
              • Shift families from professional to natural supports to help families build long-term connections and supports in their communities.
              • Provide concurrent community work while youth is in the residential care for a smooth transition home.
              • Reduce the occurrence and negative impact of traumatic events in the child’s life.
              • Ensure the child/youth receives crisis stabilization without the need for youth to enter reenter residential care. 
              • Reduce the length of stay in congregate care.
              • Develop service plans that are individualized and tailored for each family that are strength based that unifies residential and community treatment, creating a seamless transition as youth and families move through the system; 
              • Encourage innovation, creativity and appropriate goal setting.
              • Ensure adherence of performance measures for families utilizing Safe at Home Wrap-around.
              • Ensure assessments are completed on every family member
              • Maintain a caseload of not more than 10 youth and their families. 
              • Meet with the clients and their family for a family team meeting to include not less than one face-to-face per month.  (Meetings could be daily, weekly or monthly according to the needs of the youth and family)
              • Provide a continuity of care which is best for each youth and his/her family.  
              • Ensure wraparound services are coordinated, created, and individualized and supports to fit the unique needs of the child and family while building upon their strengths.  
              • Assist with problem-solving, manage disagreements that may occur during the wraparound process, assessment, and advocating on their behalf. 
              • Assist in enhancing  cross system collaboration and assure early linkage/intervention
              • Work in conjunction with other service providers.
              • Act as a liaison between service providers.
              • Complete assigned tasks in a timely and competent fashion.
              • Provide proper documentation and timely completion of all paper work associated with the requirements of the position.  
              • Communicate all pertinent information to your supervisor.
              • Establish a positive working relationship with all members of the team.  Work cooperatively with all staff for the good of the agency/youth and family, and project a positive public image.
              • Attend all required meetings and necessary case reviews. 
              • Provide monthly and quarterly reports.
              • Be prepared to discuss issues and to give a written response when needed.
              • Be responsible for ensuring all clients have a discharged plan. 
              • Promote team building and teamwork.
              • This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  
              • Perform other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment and work in extreme weather conditions and may be working in potentially hazardous situations due to working in the client’s home and community.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Case Aide/Para-professional - Ohio County DHHR - Full Time

              SUMMARY

              The Para-professional will complete tasks in the areas of; customer service and office management, correspondence, training, and recruitment and recognition events to support home finders. 

              Pay is $8.75/hr.

              EDUCATION

              1. Possess at least a high school diploma or GED.  Two years college business/secretarial experience preferred.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Have special training in secretarial skills.
              2. Have knowledge of office machines and their uses, including office computers and related software.
              3. Have ability to organize data, schedules, and filing systems and generate reports.
              4. Have ability to report and record information and facts accurately and maintain the confidentiality of this information.
              5. Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with other staff, clients, and general public.
              6. Be willing to continue learning through attendance in course study and in-service training and workshops.
              7. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Para-professional of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

              1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
              2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
              3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
              4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
              5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
              6. Responsible for answering phones, providing program information and conducting initial interviews of prospective families.
              7. Responsible for assisting potential and current providers with form completion assisting with ASO registration.
              8. Complete routine correspondence pertaining to training, references, medical records and support group meeting.
              9. Responsible for setting up and maintaining provider files and documentation relevant to the specific home.
              10. Responsible for entering information in FACTS (Family and Children Tracking System) on a daily basis as needed.
              11. Schedule PRIDE training with providers that will include child care during training and support group sessions.
              12. Schedule fingerprinting during session one of PRIDE or at local area office when it cannot be completed during PRIDE training.
              13. Assemble and deliver training materials for in service foster parent training as needed by the home finder.
              14. Assist home finding staff with assembling promotional materials for recruitment activities such as fairs, home shows and conferences.
              15. Assist home finding staff with special programs and recognition activities for foster parents.
              16. Responsible for adhering to all home finder time guides lines as indicated by DHHR and BUMFS.
              17. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.
              18. Required driving position
                1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Case Aide/Para-professional - Wood County DHHR - Full Time

              SUMMARY

              The Para-professional will complete tasks in the areas of; customer service and office management, correspondence, training, and recruitment and recognition events to support home finders. 

              Pay is $8.75/hr.

              EDUCATION

              1. Possess at least a high school diploma or GED.  Two years college business/secretarial experience preferred.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Have special training in secretarial skills.
              2. Have knowledge of office machines and their uses, including office computers and related software.
              3. Have ability to organize data, schedules, and filing systems and generate reports.
              4. Have ability to report and record information and facts accurately and maintain the confidentiality of this information.
              5. Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with other staff, clients, and general public.
              6. Be willing to continue learning through attendance in course study and in-service training and workshops.
              7. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Para-professional of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

              1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
              2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
              3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
              4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
              5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
              6. Responsible for answering phones, providing program information and conducting initial interviews of prospective families.
              7. Responsible for assisting potential and current providers with form completion assisting with ASO registration.
              8. Complete routine correspondence pertaining to training, references, medical records and support group meeting.
              9. Responsible for setting up and maintaining provider files and documentation relevant to the specific home.
              10. Responsible for entering information in FACTS (Family and Children Tracking System) on a daily basis as needed.
              11. Schedule PRIDE training with providers that will include child care during training and support group sessions.
              12. Schedule fingerprinting during session one of PRIDE or at local area office when it cannot be completed during PRIDE training.
              13. Assemble and deliver training materials for in service foster parent training as needed by the home finder.
              14. Assist home finding staff with assembling promotional materials for recruitment activities such as fairs, home shows and conferences.
              15. Assist home finding staff with special programs and recognition activities for foster parents.
              16. Responsible for adhering to all home finder time guides lines as indicated by DHHR and BUMFS.
              17. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.
              18. Required driving position
                1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Homefinder - Kanawha County DHHR - Full Time

              SUMMARY

              Provide all services required to complete foster/adoptive home studies and home maintenance.

              Pay is $28,000- $33,600

              EDUCATION

              1. Must be at least 21 years old  and possess a Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, counseling, social work or related field from an accredited College or University AND hold a license in their respective field.  (OR be in process of obtaining a license from the State of West Virginia.) Master’s degree preferred. Provisional Social Work License may be acceptable.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Possess knowledge of theories and practices in social work and state and federal laws.
              2. Possess the ability to assess needs in the areas of social, educational, and economic circumstances to determine service needs.
              3. Have knowledge and skills to utilize community and state resources.
              4. Be able to communicate and work effectively with agency personnel and community and state agencies in a productive and professional manner.
              5. Have the ability to complete thorough written reports and data entry.
              6. Have the ability to adhere to all guidelines and time requirements as stated in policy related to home finding.
              7. Be an acceptable role model for youth in values and lifestyles in keeping with those ascribed by Burlington. 
              8. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Home Finder of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

              1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
                1. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s mission is to prevent harm and provide hope to hurting children and families.
                2. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s vision is to is to be a leader in providing superior and innovative services to every child in need regardless of who they are, what they have done, or where they live by empowering them to discover and fulfill their spiritual, academic, personal, and professional dreams and passions. 
                3. The core values that drive BUMFS’s mission and vision are to be: Christian centered; Holistic approach to service – mind, body, and spirit; Every person is of great sacred worth; Unconditional commitment; Acceptance; Trust; Honesty; Best practice; Family focused; Integrity; Respect and dignity; Confidentiality; Advocating for those who cannot do so for themselves; Teamwork; Competency; Faithfulness.
              2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
              3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
              4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
              5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
              6. Complete initial inquiries for prospective foster/adoptive families.
              7. Complete follow up at each stage of the home study process, which will include face to face contact, phone calls and letters.
              8. Send information packets and all application forms to prospective families.
              9. Participate in PRIDE training activities as described in home finding policy to meet standards and expectations.
              10. Complete all family assessments based on specific time guidelines.
              11. Submit complete home study record for review by the home finding supervisor and place in the family file.
              12. Complete annual reviews of foster/adoptive home and monitor for changes in family circumstance.
              13. Complete pre-placement and after placement contact every three months or more frequently if needed.
              14. Attend monthly supervision meetings or as needed to address issues as they arise.
              15. Complete all necessary documentation in FACTS.
              16. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.
              17. Required driving position
                1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Weekend House Manager – Burlington Campus - Full Time

              SUMMARY

              The House Manager is responsible for the living unit from beginning to end of the designated shift for implementing both the group living program and the individual services for each youth utilizing a team approach.  The House Manager accomplishes this work through the Treatment Associates as well as in coordination with the treatment team. Adequate coverage and supervision of the designated shift is the responsibility of the House Manager.

              Pay is $35,280-$45,864
              Friday 11:30 pm- Sunday 11:30 pm

              EDUCATION

              1. Bachelor’s degree preferred in a related field or a high school diploma with at least five years related experience is Social Service field, youth work, counseling, residential programming and supervisory experience.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Be comfortable and effective in implementing the program including Medicaid services such as Daily Living Skills and Behavioral Support.
              2. Must possess managerial, supervisory and leadership skills.
              3. A team builder who inspires staff to work together in pursuit of a common mission, with the ability to hold them accountable for the accomplishments of the objectives.
              4. Ability to respond to and manage crisis situations.
              5. Should have exceptional organizational skills; proficient computer skills; and interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment, manage several projects simultaneously, and adjust to frequently changing demands.
              6. Have the ability to make decisions consistent with agency policies and general philosophies of child care.
              7. Have the ability to meet the spiritual needs of the resident in accordance with agency policy.
              8. Be in good health, have physical and emotional stamina necessary to implement physical interventions with assaultive or self-injurious residents.
              9. Be an acceptable role model for youth in values and lifestyles in keeping with those ascribed by Burlington. 
              10. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Residential House Manager of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

              1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
              2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
              3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
              4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
              5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
              6. Attend all required training, workshops, course studies such as, but not limited to, First Aid, CPR, food handlers, etc.
              7. Provide and/or direct crisis stabilization services during emergency or conflict situations.
              8. Assist in the development and maintain a balanced budget for the assigned program(s).
              9. Coordinate the recruitment, interview process, and pre-hire process.
              10. Review and provide oversight and feedback for all generated reports on the shift.
              11. Monitor, coordinate, and review all unit activities.
              12. Ensure treatment plans are implemented by unit staff.
              13. Ensure that pertinent information is entered in the residents’ daily narratives/staff log, medication records, incident reports, behavior and hygiene plans etc. in a professional, concise manner.
              14. Ensure that all medication errors are reported to the RN.
              15. Be responsible for oversight of the overall functioning of assigned unit(s), including daily chores, meals, appointments, and activities. 
              16. Be responsible for unit housekeeping; including reporting maintenance needs to the Maintenance Supervisor, and follow up on completion of the task.
              17. Evaluate and report at team meetings on functioning in regard to all activities and all facets of the program.
              18. Schedule regular staff development conferences with Treatment Associates individually.
              19. Review previous evaluations and/or disciplinary actions as needed before supervisory conferences, evaluations, etc.
              20. Manage and sign off on staff time sheets, leave requests, mileage sheets, and scheduling.  
              21. Provide on the job training for new full-time, part-time or relief workers regarding their job duties. Manage coverage for call offs and scheduled time off for staff.
              22. Perform annual appraisals/evaluations for staff and submit for review and approval by the Vice President of Community Based Services prior to reviewing with the Treatment Associates.
              23. Required driving position
                1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.
              24. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Weekend Treatment Associate – Beckley Cottage II

              Summary

              Be an appropriate role model for youth in care.  Create and maintain an atmosphere which is beneficial to the physical, social, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of youth.  Be responsible for guiding and directing youth through the program.  Prepare youth for successful living within societal norms toward reunification with their family, a foster family or independent living.

              EDUCATION

              1. Possess at least a high school diploma or GED (college training preferred).

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Be open to continue learning through attendance in course study and in-service training and workshops.
              2. Demonstrate positive interpersonal relationship skills both with youth and adults. Be able to make sound decisions consistent with agency policies and best practice principles for residential treatment.
              3. Effectively implement the treatment program including Medicaid services such as behavior support, crisis support, case management, and daily living skills and support.
              4. Have the ability to meet the spiritual needs of the resident in accordance with agency policy.
              5. Obtain and maintain a valid food handler’s card.
              6. Be in good health, have physical and emotional stamina necessary to implement physical interventions with assaultive or self-injurious residents.
              7. Attend all required trainings.
              8. Be an acceptable role model for youth in values and lifestyles in keeping with those ascribed by Burlington. 
              9. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Treatment Associate of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

               

              1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
                1. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s mission is to prevent harm and provide hope to hurting children and families.
                2. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s vision is to is to be a leader in providing superior and innovative services to every child in need regardless of who they are, what they have done, or where they live by empowering them to discover and fulfill their spiritual, academic, personal, and professional dreams and passions. 
                3. The core values that drive BUMFS’s mission and vision are to be: Christian centered; Holistic approach to service – mind, body, and spirit; Every person is of great sacred worth; Unconditional commitment; Acceptance; Trust; Honesty; Best practice; Family focused; Integrity; Respect and dignity; Confidentiality; Advocating for those who cannot do so for themselves; Teamwork; Competency; Faithfulness.
              2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
              3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
              4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
              5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
              6. RELATIONSHIPS (Residents).
                1. Become personally acquainted with each resident in the unit and develop a solid working knowledge of the background, dynamics, and treatment plan for each resident.
                2. Consistently keep residents clearly informed of any changes, new direction, and expectations related to the house, and provide adequate information to all new residents as part of the orientation process.
                3. Follow goals and objectives on residents’ individual treatment plans as well as behavior support plans.
                4. May schedule medical appointments for residents as well as needed therapy groups, i.e., sexual abuse, alcoholics anonymous, etc. in coordination with Therapist and Shift Supervisor(s).
                5. Manage conflict, emergencies, and crisis in a professional manner. In accordance with agency policy and Non Violent Crisis Intervention protocol which includes Utilization of Passive Physical Restraint.
                6. Treat DHHR personnel, school officials, biological, foster, and/or volunteer families with appropriate courtesy and respect.
                7. Administer medication to residents in accordance with medication administration protocols.
                8. Complete regular/or necessary personnel related paperwork in a timely manner such as timesheets, leave requests, injury reports, mileage sheets, etc. 
              7. RELATIONSHIPS (Staff).
                1. Maintain ongoing and open communication with staff.
                2. Share problems and criticisms in a constructive manner.
                3. Meet with Shift Supervisor every quarter for staff development conference.
                4. Ensure that pertinent information is written in staff log for all shifts to read.
                5. Attend unit team meetings on a scheduled bi-weekly basis, full group and all other required meetings/staffings.
              8. PROGRAMATIC RESPONSIBILTIES.
                1. Assist resident’s in-group settings or on an individual basis in personal hygiene skills, care for residents when sick, and administer first aid.
                2. Respond to the resident’s emotional needs; giving acceptance, affection, encouragement, understanding, and guidance.  A time is to be set aside daily to meet with the resident individually or collectively.
                3. Assist in helping resident(s) follow through with goals and objectives of his/her treatment plan.
                4. Encourage residents to participate in recreational activities.  Provide opportunities for residents to participate in activities during free time.
                5. Provide the resident the opportunity to attend Church and/or Sunday school and encourage participation in other Spiritual Enrichment Programs.
                6. Record pertinent information regarding residents on the daily narrative, staff log, medication record and incident reports. In a detailed manner. 
              9. Required driving position.
                1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.
              10. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

               

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to residential environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Wraparound Facilitator – Keyser CBS

              Summary

              It is the responsibility of the Wraparound Facilitator to provide services and to oversee all aspects of the client’s needs who are assigned to them. 

              Pay is $31,000

              EDUCATION

              1. Must be at least 21 years old and have a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services related field.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree.
              2. Must maintain an appropriate amount of continuing education per policy.
              3. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to a drug test and an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Wraparound Facilitator of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following: 

              • Provide intensive case management services to youth, aged 12-17 (up to the youth’s 17th birthday) with a diagnosis of a severe emotional or behavioral disturbance that impedes his or her daily functioning (DSM-V Axis I) who is who is currently in out-of-state residential placement who cannot return home without extra support, linkage, and services provided by wraparound; who is currently in in-state residential placement who cannot be reunified without extra support, linkage, and services provided by wraparound; who is at risk of out-of-state residential placement and utilization of wraparound can safely prevent the placement, or who at risk of in-state level one, two or three or Psychiatric residential placement and  utilization of wraparound can safely prevent placement. 
              • Provide oversight of services for the client to ensure his/her safety and well-being
              • Provide coordination of services that will include but not be limited to assessment and evaluation, individualized wraparound service planning, intensive case management, outpatient therapy to include individual, family and group, day treatment, behavior management, intensive home-based mental health services, school-based behavioral health services, substance abuse, intensive outpatient services, crisis services, mobile crisis response, youth coaching, peer support, respite services, therapeutic mentoring and therapeutic foster care.
              • Initiate services to ensure the safety of the youth and family.
              • Shift families from professional to natural supports to help families build long-term connections and supports in their communities.
              • Provide concurrent community work while youth is in the residential care for a smooth transition home.
              • Reduce the occurrence and negative impact of traumatic events in the child’s life.
              • Ensure the child/youth receives crisis stabilization without the need for youth to enter reenter residential care. 
              • Reduce the length of stay in congregate care.
              • Develop service plans that are individualized and tailored for each family that are strength based that unifies residential and community treatment, creating a seamless transition as youth and families move through the system; 
              • Encourage innovation, creativity and appropriate goal setting.
              • Ensure adherence of performance measures for families utilizing Safe at Home Wrap-around.
              • Ensure assessments are completed on every family member
              • Maintain a caseload of not more than 10 youth and their families. 
              • Meet with the clients and their family for a family team meeting to include not less than one face-to-face per month.  (Meetings could be daily, weekly or monthly according to the needs of the youth and family)
              • Provide a continuity of care which is best for each youth and his/her family.  
              • Ensure wraparound services are coordinated, created, and individualized and supports to fit the unique needs of the child and family while building upon their strengths.  
              • Assist with problem-solving, manage disagreements that may occur during the wraparound process, assessment, and advocating on their behalf. 
              • Assist in enhancing  cross system collaboration and assure early linkage/intervention
              • Work in conjunction with other service providers.
              • Act as a liaison between service providers.
              • Complete assigned tasks in a timely and competent fashion.
              • Provide proper documentation and timely completion of all paper work associated with the requirements of the position.  
              • Communicate all pertinent information to your supervisor.
              • Establish a positive working relationship with all members of the team.  Work cooperatively with all staff for the good of the agency/youth and family, and project a positive public image.
              • Attend all required meetings and necessary case reviews. 
              • Provide monthly and quarterly reports.
              • Be prepared to discuss issues and to give a written response when needed.
              • Be responsible for ensuring all clients have a discharged plan. 
              • Promote team building and teamwork.
              • This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  
              • Perform other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment and work in extreme weather conditions and may be working in potentially hazardous situations due to working in the client’s home and community.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Wraparound Facilitator – Beckley CBS

              Summary

              It is the responsible of the Wraparound Facilitator to provide services and to oversee all aspects of the client’s needs who are assigned to them. 

              Pay is $31,000

              EDUCATION

              1. Must be at least 21 years old and have a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services related field.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree.
              2. Must maintain an appropriate amount of continuing education per policy.
              3. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to a drug test and an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Wraparound Facilitator of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

              • Provide intensive case management services to youth, aged 12-17 (up to the youth’s 17th birthday) with a diagnosis of a severe emotional or behavioral disturbance that impedes his or her daily functioning (DSM-V Axis I) who is who is currently in out-of-state residential placement who cannot return home without extra support, linkage, and services provided by wraparound; who is currently in in-state residential placement who cannot be reunified without extra support, linkage, and services provided by wraparound; who is at risk of out-of-state residential placement and utilization of wraparound can safely prevent the placement, or who at risk of in-state level one, two or three or Psychiatric residential placement and  utilization of wraparound can safely prevent placement. 
              • Provide oversight of services for the client to ensure his/her safety and well-being
              • Provide coordination of services that will include but not be limited to assessment and evaluation, individualized wraparound service planning, intensive case management, outpatient therapy to include individual, family and group, day treatment, behavior management, intensive home-based mental health services, school-based behavioral health services, substance abuse, intensive outpatient services, crisis services, mobile crisis response, youth coaching, peer support, respite services, therapeutic mentoring and therapeutic foster care.
              • Initiate services to ensure the safety of the youth and family.
              • Shift families from professional to natural supports to help families build long-term connections and supports in their communities.
              • Provide concurrent community work while youth is in the residential care for a smooth transition home.
              • Reduce the occurrence and negative impact of traumatic events in the child’s life.
              • Ensure the child/youth receives crisis stabilization without the need for youth to enter reenter residential care. 
              • Reduce the length of stay in congregate care.
              • Develop service plans that are individualized and tailored for each family that are strength based that unifies residential and community treatment, creating a seamless transition as youth and families move through the system; 
              • Encourage innovation, creativity and appropriate goal setting.
              • Ensure adherence of performance measures for families utilizing Safe at Home Wrap-around.
              • Ensure assessments are completed on every family member
              • Maintain a caseload of not more than 10 youth and their families. 
              • Meet with the clients and their family for a family team meeting to include not less than one face-to-face per month.  (Meetings could be daily, weekly or monthly according to the needs of the youth and family)
              • Provide a continuity of care which is best for each youth and his/her family.  
              • Ensure wraparound services are coordinated, created, and individualized and supports to fit the unique needs of the child and family while building upon their strengths.  
              • Assist with problem-solving, manage disagreements that may occur during the wraparound process, assessment, and advocating on their behalf. 
              • Assist in enhancing  cross system collaboration and assure early linkage/intervention
              • Work in conjunction with other service providers.
              • Act as a liaison between service providers.
              • Complete assigned tasks in a timely and competent fashion.
              • Provide proper documentation and timely completion of all paper work associated with the requirements of the position.  
              • Communicate all pertinent information to your supervisor.
              • Establish a positive working relationship with all members of the team.  Work cooperatively with all staff for the good of the agency/youth and family, and project a positive public image.
              • Attend all required meetings and necessary case reviews. 
              • Provide monthly and quarterly reports.
              • Be prepared to discuss issues and to give a written response when needed.
              • Be responsible for ensuring all clients have a discharged plan. 
              • Promote team building and teamwork.
              • This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  
              • Perform other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment and work in extreme weather conditions and may be working in potentially hazardous situations due to working in the client’s home and community.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              SAH Wraparound Facilitator – Kanawha County

              Summary

              It is the responsibiliyu of the Wraparound Facilitator to provide services and to oversee all aspects of the client’s needs who are assigned to them. 

              Pay is $31,000

              EDUCATION

              1. Must be at least 21 years old and have a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services related field.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree.
              2. Must maintain an appropriate amount of continuing education per policy.
              3. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to a drug test and an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Wraparound Facilitator of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

              • Provide intensive case management services to youth, aged 12-17 (up to the youth’s 17th birthday) with a diagnosis of a severe emotional or behavioral disturbance that impedes his or her daily functioning (DSM-V Axis I) who is who is currently in out-of-state residential placement who cannot return home without extra support, linkage, and services provided by wraparound; who is currently in in-state residential placement who cannot be reunified without extra support, linkage, and services provided by wraparound; who is at risk of out-of-state residential placement and utilization of wraparound can safely prevent the placement, or who at risk of in-state level one, two or three or Psychiatric residential placement and  utilization of wraparound can safely prevent placement. 
              • Provide oversight of services for the client to ensure his/her safety and well-being
              • Provide coordination of services that will include but not be limited to assessment and evaluation, individualized wraparound service planning, intensive case management, outpatient therapy to include individual, family and group, day treatment, behavior management, intensive home-based mental health services, school-based behavioral health services, substance abuse, intensive outpatient services, crisis services, mobile crisis response, youth coaching, peer support, respite services, therapeutic mentoring and therapeutic foster care.
              • Initiate services to ensure the safety of the youth and family.
              • Shift families from professional to natural supports to help families build long-term connections and supports in their communities.
              • Provide concurrent community work while youth is in the residential care for a smooth transition home.
              • Reduce the occurrence and negative impact of traumatic events in the child’s life.
              • Ensure the child/youth receives crisis stabilization without the need for youth to enter reenter residential care. 
              • Reduce the length of stay in congregate care.
              • Develop service plans that are individualized and tailored for each family that are strength based that unifies residential and community treatment, creating a seamless transition as youth and families move through the system; 
              • Encourage innovation, creativity and appropriate goal setting.
              • Ensure adherence of performance measures for families utilizing Safe at Home Wrap-around.
              • Ensure assessments are completed on every family member
              • Maintain a caseload of not more than 10 youth and their families. 
              • Meet with the clients and their family for a family team meeting to include not less than one face-to-face per month.  (Meetings could be daily, weekly or monthly according to the needs of the youth and family)
              • Provide a continuity of care which is best for each youth and his/her family.  
              • Ensure wraparound services are coordinated, created, and individualized and supports to fit the unique needs of the child and family while building upon their strengths.  
              • Assist with problem-solving, manage disagreements that may occur during the wraparound process, assessment, and advocating on their behalf. 
              • Assist in enhancing  cross system collaboration and assure early linkage/intervention
              • Work in conjunction with other service providers.
              • Act as a liaison between service providers.
              • Complete assigned tasks in a timely and competent fashion.
              • Provide proper documentation and timely completion of all paper work associated with the requirements of the position.  
              • Communicate all pertinent information to your supervisor.
              • Establish a positive working relationship with all members of the team.  Work cooperatively with all staff for the good of the agency/youth and family, and project a positive public image.
              • Attend all required meetings and necessary case reviews. 
              • Provide monthly and quarterly reports.
              • Be prepared to discuss issues and to give a written response when needed.
              • Be responsible for ensuring all clients have a discharged plan. 
              • Promote team building and teamwork.
              • This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  
              • Perform other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment and work in extreme weather conditions and may be working in potentially hazardous situations due to working in the client’s home and community.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Case Aide/Para-professional – Ohio Co. DHHR

              Summary

              The Para-professional will complete tasks in the areas of; customer service and office management, correspondence, training, and recruitment and recognition events to support home finders. 

              Pay is $8.75/hr

              EDUCATION

              1. Possess at least a high school diploma or GED.  Two years college business/secretarial experience preferred.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Have special training in secretarial skills.
              2. Have knowledge of office machines and their uses, including office computers and related software.
              3. Have ability to organize data, schedules, and filing systems and generate reports.
              4. Have ability to report and record information and facts accurately and maintain the confidentiality of this information.
              5. Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with other staff, clients, and general public.
              6. Be willing to continue learning through attendance in course study and in-service training and workshops.
              7. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Para-professional of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

              1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
              2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
              3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
              4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
              5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
              6. Responsible for answering phones, providing program information and conducting initial interviews of prospective families.
              7. Responsible for assisting potential and current providers with form completion assisting with ASO registration.
              8. Complete routine correspondence pertaining to training, references, medical records and support group meeting.
              9. Responsible for setting up and maintaining provider files and documentation relevant to the specific home.
              10. Responsible for entering information in FACTS (Family and Children Tracking System) on a daily basis as needed.
              11. Schedule PRIDE training with providers that will include child care during training and support group sessions.
              12. Schedule fingerprinting during session one of PRIDE or at local area office when it cannot be completed during PRIDE training.
              13. Assemble and deliver training materials for in service foster parent training as needed by the home finder.
              14. Assist home finding staff with assembling promotional materials for recruitment activities such as fairs, home shows and conferences.
              15. Assist home finding staff with special programs and recognition activities for foster parents.
              16. Responsible for adhering to all home finder time guides lines as indicated by DHHR and BUMFS.
              17. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.
              18. Required driving position
                1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Case Aide/Para-professional – Wood Co. DHHR

              Summary

              The Para-professional will complete tasks in the areas of; customer service and office management, correspondence, training, and recruitment and recognition events to support home finders. 

              Pay is $8.75/hr

              EDUCATION

              1. Possess at least a high school diploma or GED.  Two years college business/secretarial experience preferred.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Have special training in secretarial skills.
              2. Have knowledge of office machines and their uses, including office computers and related software.
              3. Have ability to organize data, schedules, and filing systems and generate reports.
              4. Have ability to report and record information and facts accurately and maintain the confidentiality of this information.
              5. Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with other staff, clients, and general public.
              6. Be willing to continue learning through attendance in course study and in-service training and workshops.
              7. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Para-professional of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

              1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
              2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
              3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
              4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
              5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
              6. Responsible for answering phones, providing program information and conducting initial interviews of prospective families.
              7. Responsible for assisting potential and current providers with form completion assisting with ASO registration.
              8. Complete routine correspondence pertaining to training, references, medical records and support group meeting.
              9. Responsible for setting up and maintaining provider files and documentation relevant to the specific home.
              10. Responsible for entering information in FACTS (Family and Children Tracking System) on a daily basis as needed.
              11. Schedule PRIDE training with providers that will include child care during training and support group sessions.
              12. Schedule fingerprinting during session one of PRIDE or at local area office when it cannot be completed during PRIDE training.
              13. Assemble and deliver training materials for in service foster parent training as needed by the home finder.
              14. Assist home finding staff with assembling promotional materials for recruitment activities such as fairs, home shows and conferences.
              15. Assist home finding staff with special programs and recognition activities for foster parents.
              16. Responsible for adhering to all home finder time guides lines as indicated by DHHR and BUMFS.
              17. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.
              18. Required driving position
                1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Social Necessity Provider - Brenda’s House – Elkins CBS Office - Full Time

              Summary

              This position provides a service in which visitation between family members (parent to child or child to child) is observed to evaluate appropriateness and level of interaction among participants. 

              EDUCATION

              1. Must be at least 21 years old and possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, Board of Regents with an emphasis in Human Services, Education, Criminal Justice or related field from an accredited College or University.  
              2. A minimum of three years post-graduate social work experience preferred.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with people of varied backgrounds.
              2. Should have exceptional organizational skills, proficient computer skills, and interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment, manage several projects simultaneously, and adjust to frequently changing demands.
              3. Have the ability to make decisions consistent with agency policies and general philosophies of child care. 
              4. Exhibits a strong commitment to the mission of Burlington United Methodist Family Services.
              5. Be an acceptable role model for youth in values and lifestyles consistent with those ascribed by Burlington. 
              6. Be in good health, have physical and emotional stamina.
              7.  Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.
              8. Comply with West Virginia Law (WV Code 49-6A-2) regarding Mandated Reporting
              9. Operate under the supervision of a licensed social worker with three years post graduate experience with families, one of which must be in staff supervision. 

               

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Visitation Coordinator of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass the following: 

              1. Take referrals for services from Department of Health and Human Resource (DHHR).
              2. Enter ASO referrals into APS, confirm approval of units, and make corrections as needed. 
              3. Meet with DHHR staff to discuss the needs identified in the CPS Safety Plan.
              4. Collaborate with the DHHR staff to develop a specified needs list to be met during the initial visits. The needs list will be modified when required based on the child or families needs. 
              5. Work with foster parents and other parties to arrange visitation and transportation and to inform all parties of the arrangements
              6. Have a working communication with foster parents and others to obtain information related to the impact of separation on the child and the child’s behaviors.
              7. Will work with parents to help anticipate his/her or the child’s reaction during visits and to discuss the needs to be met during the visit. 
              8. Maintain weekly contact with DHHR and other parties as requested. 
              9. Complete written documentation to include: what took place during the visit, strengths, parent’s skills in meeting the child’s needs, barriers or issues that need to be addressed.
              10. Complete monthly progress reports by the 9th of each month. 
              11. Complete the service plan for the client receiving services.
              12. Complete all mileage logs required for billing purposes and the agency. 
              13. Have all billing completed and submitted to the billing department by the second working day of the month. 
              14. Participate in CQI activities as designated by immediate supervisor.
              15. Required driving position.
                1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work. This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.
              16. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Parent Educator/Home Visitor - Berkeley County - Full Time

              Summary

              The parent educator will work directly with parents of children in the home; providing parents with information regarding child development and effective parenting techniques.  The parent educator will look at the family as a unit, use a strength –based approach, and provide support to the family using screening tools, referrals, and information from reputable sources.

              EDUCATION

              Parent Educator/Home Visitor will have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in a related field. Two years of supervised experience with young children or parents is preferred but not necessary.  

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

              1. Exceptional organizational skills; proficient computer skills; interpersonal relationship skills; the ability to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment; manage several projects simultaneously; and to adjust to frequently changing demands. 
              2. Possess communication skills in order to verbalize the needs of troubled youth and the agency’s philosophy to the public and be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with other social work personnel. 
              3. Be able to communicate and work effectively with agency personnel and community and state agencies in a productive and professional manner.
              4. Ability to respond to and manage crisis situations.
              5. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.  
              6. Must be willing to adapt and learn court proceeding processes.
              7. Must be self-motivated and task oriented.  
              8. Must be comfortable speaking in front of small groups.  
              9. Must be willing to travel on occasions. 
              10. Must attend ALL required PAT Training.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities for Parent Educator/Home Visitor of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass the following:  

              1. Recruit families with children for the program in their certification range (i.e. Prenatal -3 and 3-Kindergarten) giving priority to prenatal clients.
              2. Schedule visits monthly or twice monthly according to risk factors of the family.  The goal is 100% of families receiving 100% of visits (12 visits/yr per non-risk families or 24 visits/yr per high risk families).
              3. Prepare age appropriate and needs priority activities and information for each visit.  Parent educator will discuss and set goals with family that helps decided emphasis at each visit.
              4. Use screening tools as required by PAT National and federal funding, including but not limited to ASQ-3, ASQ-SE, HITS, HOME Inventory, LSP, Edinburgh Depression Screening, vision screening, and hearing screening tools.  Make appropriate referrals as necessary to supporting organizations and agencies.
              5. Document all contact with families via ETO online.  Documentation must be completed within 48 hours of the visit or contact.  Also, maintain files with all paperwork turning in copies to PAT Office Assistant for federally required forms.  PAT Office Assistant will input data into ETO system and must do so by the 10th of each month.
              6. Record all contacts with other agencies/organizations and turn in monthly.
              7. Administer the WV Survey as required with all families in program.
              8. As assigned, plan and facilitate group connections.
              9. Caseload should not exceed 60 visits per month for full time or 30 visits per month per part-time parent educator.  Number of families on caseload is dependent on experience of the educator, how many high risk families, and distance traveled to family home.  Caseload minimum will be a joint decision made between the educator and supervisor.
              10. Parent educators will participate in 2 hours of reflective supervision for full-time or 1 hour of reflective supervision for half-time per month.  Parent educator will also participate in same amount of separate staff meetings per month.  Parent educators are to work as a team with their supervisor in meeting their families’ needs.
              11. Parent educators will coordinate group connections.  Programs are required to have 10-12 group connections per year.
              12. Parent educators will be registered with STARS and participate in continuing education yearly as required by PAT National and federal funding.
              13. Must individually pass annual performance review (APR) with no less than 60%.
              14. Home visits and paperwork will be monitored for quality and fidelity for accreditation requirements and CQI requirements.
              15. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures. 
              16. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by:  professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multi-cultural work place.  
              17. Funding is based on grants and can be terminated or extended without notice.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

              Some travel will be required.

              The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time. Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training. 

              This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment. 

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship. 

              SAH Wraparound Facilitator - Fairmont CBS - Full Time

              Summary

              It is the responsible of the Wraparound Facilitator to provide services and to oversee all aspects of the client’s needs who are assigned to them. 

              EDUCATION

              1. Must be at least 21 years old and have a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services related field.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree.
              2. Must maintain an appropriate amount of continuing education per policy.
              3. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to a drug test and an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Wraparound Facilitator of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following: 

              • Provide intensive case management services to youth, aged 12-17 (up to the youth’s 17th birthday) with a diagnosis of a severe emotional or behavioral disturbance that impedes his or her daily functioning (DSM-V Axis I) who is who is currently in out-of-state residential placement who cannot return home without extra support, linkage, and services provided by wraparound; who is currently in in-state residential placement who cannot be reunified without extra support, linkage, and services provided by wraparound; who is at risk of out-of-state residential placement and utilization of wraparound can safely prevent the placement, or who at risk of in-state level one, two or three or Psychiatric residential placement and  utilization of wraparound can safely prevent placement. 
              • Provide oversight of services for the client to ensure his/her safety and well-being
              • Provide coordination of services that will include but not be limited to assessment and evaluation, individualized wraparound service planning, intensive case management, outpatient therapy to include individual, family and group, day treatment, behavior management, intensive home-based mental health services, school-based behavioral health services, substance abuse, intensive outpatient services, crisis services, mobile crisis response, youth coaching, peer support, respite services, therapeutic mentoring and therapeutic foster care.
              • Initiate services to ensure the safety of the youth and family.
              • Shift families from professional to natural supports to help families build long-term connections and supports in their communities.
              • Provide concurrent community work while youth is in the residential care for a smooth transition home.
              • Reduce the occurrence and negative impact of traumatic events in the child’s life.
              • Ensure the child/youth receives crisis stabilization without the need for youth to enter reenter residential care. 
              • Reduce the length of stay in congregate care.
              • Develop service plans that are individualized and tailored for each family that are strength based that unifies residential and community treatment, creating a seamless transition as youth and families move through the system; 
              • Encourage innovation, creativity and appropriate goal setting.
              • Ensure adherence of performance measures for families utilizing Safe at Home Wrap-around.
              • Ensure assessments are completed on every family member
              • Maintain a caseload of not more than 10 youth and their families. 
              • Meet with the clients and their family for a family team meeting to include not less than one face-to-face per month.  (Meetings could be daily, weekly or monthly according to the needs of the youth and family)
              • Provide a continuity of care which is best for each youth and his/her family.  
              • Ensure wraparound services are coordinated, created, and individualized and supports to fit the unique needs of the child and family while building upon their strengths.  
              • Assist with problem-solving, manage disagreements that may occur during the wraparound process, assessment, and advocating on their behalf. 
              • Assist in enhancing  cross system collaboration and assure early linkage/intervention
              • Work in conjunction with other service providers.
              • Act as a liaison between service providers.
              • Complete assigned tasks in a timely and competent fashion.
              • Provide proper documentation and timely completion of all paper work associated with the requirements of the position.  
              • Communicate all pertinent information to your supervisor.
              • Establish a positive working relationship with all members of the team.  Work cooperatively with all staff for the good of the agency/youth and family, and project a positive public image.
              • Attend all required meetings and necessary case reviews. 
              • Provide monthly and quarterly reports.
              • Be prepared to discuss issues and to give a written response when needed.
              • Be responsible for ensuring all clients have a discharged plan. 
              • Promote team building and teamwork.
              • This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  
              • Perform other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

              PHYSICAL DEMANDS

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment and work in extreme weather conditions and may be working in potentially hazardous situations due to working in the client’s home and community.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Treatment Associate - Direct Care Workers - Evenings/Weekends

              Summary

              Be an appropriate role model for youth in care. Create and maintain an atmosphere which is beneficial to the physical, social, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of youth. Be responsible for guiding and directing youth through the program. Prepare youth for successful living within societal norms toward reunification with their family, a foster family or independent living.

              Education

              Possess at least a high school diploma or GED (college training preferred).

              Qualifications

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

              • Be open to continue learning through attendance in course study and in-service training and workshops.
              • Demonstrate positive interpersonal relationship skills both with youth and adults. Be able to make sound decisions consistent with agency policies and best practice principles for residential treatment.
              • Effectively implement the treatment program including Medicaid services such as behavior support, crisis support, case management, and daily living skills and support.
              • Have the ability to meet the spiritual needs of the resident in accordance with agency policy.
              • Obtain and maintain a valid food handler’s card.
              • Be in good health, have physical and emotional stamina necessary to implement physical interventions with assaultive or self-injurious residents.
              • Attend all required trainings.
              • Be an acceptable role model for youth in values and lifestyles in keeping with those ascribed by Burlington.
              • Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.
              Foster Care Treatment Coordinator - Grafton, Beckley, Wheeling
              Summary

              The Foster Care Coordinator is responsible for managing a specialized caseload in the area of Foster Care services and the placement of children in risk under the direction of the Supervisor Foster Care. The Foster Care Coordinator conducts foster family assessments and provides support services to children in care and foster families.

              Education

              Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, counseling, social work or related field from an accredited College or University AND hold a license in social work from the State of West Virginia.

              Qualifications

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

              • Must maintain license requirements according to the State of West Virginia.
              • Ability to provide staff clinical supervision as needed.
              • Must be qualified to provide individual and group therapy for residents and their families.
              • Excellent writing and speaking skills necessary, networking skills for interagency planning is essential.
              • Must possess managerial, supervisory and leadership skills.
              • A team builder who inspires staff to work together in pursuit of a common mission, with the ability to hold them accountable for the accomplishments of the objectives.
              • Ability to respond to and manage crisis situations.
              • Should have exceptional organizational skills; proficient computer skills; and interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment, manage several projects simultaneously, and adjust to frequently changing demands.
              • Have the ability to make decisions consistent with agency policies and general philosophies of child care.
              • An individual who exhibits a strong commitment to the mission of Burlington United Methodist Family Services.
              • Have the ability to meet the spiritual needs of the resident in accordance with agency policy.
              • Be in good health, have physical and emotional stamina.
              • Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.
              Youth Services Supervisor - Raleigh/Fayette Counties
              Summary

              This position oversees the Youth Service workers statewide. In the absence of a Youth Service worker – the Supervisor will assume the responsibility to provide outcome based services to 2-13 youth that are in the Youth Services Program. To develop, facilitate, and support a comprehensive treatment plan which is designed to meet the needs of children with severe emotional and behavioral problems in the least restrictive environment, using treatment philosophy which is strength based, family focused, culturally sensitive and community based.

              Education

              Must be at least 21 years old and possession of a Master’s Degree in Social Work or related human service field (education, psychology, sociology. and three years of social work experience), A minimum of three years post-graduate social work experience is preferred

              Qualifications

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

              • Must maintain license requirements according to the State of West Virginia.
              • Experience working with children who have mental health needs and with child welfare system involvement.
              • One year experience in child welfare and or community mental health agency preferred.
              • Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with people of varied backgrounds.
              • A team builder who inspires staff to work together in pursuit of a common mission, with the ability to hold them accountable for the accomplishments of the objectives.
              • Should have exceptional organizational skills; proficient computer skills; and interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment, manage several projects simultaneously, and adjust to frequently changing demands.
              • Have the ability to make decisions consistent with agency policies and general philosophies of child care.
              • Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.
              Youth Services Worker - Berkeley Co. DHHR

              Summary

              To provide outcome based services to youth ages 10-18 that are in the Youth Services Program. To develop, facilitate, and support a comprehensive treatment plan which is designed to meet the needs of children with severe emotional and behavioral problems in the least restrictive environment, using treatment philosophy which is strength based, family focused, culturally sensitive and community based.

              Education

              1. Must be at least 21 years old and possession of a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related human service field (education, psychology, sociology. and three years of social work experience). WV Social Work License required.
              2. A minimum of three years post-graduate social work experience preferred.

              Qualifications

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Must maintain license requirements according to the State of West Virginia.
              2. Experience working with children who have mental health needs and with child welfare system involvement.
              3. One year experience in child welfare and or community mental health agency preferred.
              4. Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with people of varied backgrounds.
              5. A team builder who inspires staff to work together in pursuit of a common mission, with the ability to hold them accountable for the accomplishments of the objectives.
              6. Should have exceptional organizational skills; proficient computer skills; and interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment, manage several projects simultaneously, and adjust to frequently changing demands.
              7. Have the ability to make decisions consistent with agency policies and general philosophies of child care.
              1. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

               

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Youth Service Worker of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

              1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
                1. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s mission is to prevent harm and provide hope to hurting children and families.
                2. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s vision is to is to be a leader in providing superior and innovative services to every child in need regardless of who they are, what they have done, or where they live by empowering them to discover and fulfill their spiritual, academic, personal, and professional dreams and passions. 
                3. The core values that drive BUMFS’s mission and vision are to be: Christian centered; Holistic approach to service – mind, body, and spirit; Every person is of great sacred worth; Unconditional commitment; Acceptance; Trust; Honesty; Best practice; Family focused; Integrity; Respect and dignity; Confidentiality; Advocating for those who cannot do so for themselves; Teamwork; Competency; Faithfulness.
              2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
              3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
              4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
              5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
              6. Case Management.
                1. Assessment
                2. Facilitation of Multi-disciplinary Team (MDT)
                3. Non-custodial counseling
                4. School based support meetings
                5. IEP meetings
                6. Case Planning
                7. Documentation
                8. Gather and submit Title IV-E eligibility  data
                9. Enter pertinent data into the Facts system
                10. Link the local mental health and physical health providers for services not covered under Youth Services
                11. Monitor family services
                12. Attends court hearings and completes court reviews
                13. Maintain CQI standards as established
                14. Establish/monitor aftercare plans
                15. Compliance with the administrative review process/ policy to assure the occurrence of permanency planning
                16. Arranging transportation for visits
              7. Technical Assistance.
                1. Maintain knowledge of local resources
                2. Knowledge of and commitment to wrap around family focused child principles
                3. Strength based decision making
                4. Knowledge of FACTS system
                5. Knowledge and participation in the collaborative process
                6. Required driving position.
                  1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.
                7. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

              Physical Demands

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

              This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Youth Services Worker - McDowell Co. DHHR

              Summary

              To provide outcome based services to youth ages 10-18 that are in the Youth Services Program. To develop, facilitate, and support a comprehensive treatment plan which is designed to meet the needs of children with severe emotional and behavioral problems in the least restrictive environment, using treatment philosophy which is strength based, family focused, culturally sensitive and community based.

              EDUCATION

              1. Must be at least 21 years old and possession of a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related human service field (education, psychology, sociology. and three years of social work experience). WV Social Work License required.
              2. A minimum of three years post-graduate social work experience preferred.

              Qualitifications

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
              The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

              1. Must maintain license requirements according to the State of West Virginia.
              2. Experience working with children who have mental health needs and with child welfare system involvement.
              3. One year experience in child welfare and or community mental health agency preferred.
              4. Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with people of varied backgrounds.
              5. A team builder who inspires staff to work together in pursuit of a common mission, with the ability to hold them accountable for the accomplishments of the objectives.
              6. Should have exceptional organizational skills; proficient computer skills; and interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment, manage several projects simultaneously, and adjust to frequently changing demands.
              7. Have the ability to make decisions consistent with agency policies and general philosophies of child care.
              8. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

              DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

              The duties and responsibilities of the Youth Service Worker of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

              1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
                1. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s mission is to prevent harm and provide hope to hurting children and families.
                2. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s vision is to is to be a leader in providing superior and innovative services to every child in need regardless of who they are, what they have done, or where they live by empowering them to discover and fulfill their spiritual, academic, personal, and professional dreams and passions.
                3. The core values that drive BUMFS’s mission and vision are to be: Christian centered; Holistic approach to service – mind, body, and spirit; Every person is of great sacred worth; Unconditional commitment; Acceptance; Trust; Honesty; Best practice; Family focused; Integrity; Respect and dignity; Confidentiality; Advocating for those who cannot do so for themselves; Teamwork; Competency; Faithfulness.
              2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an
                appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
              3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
              4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
              5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and
                maintain competency.
              6. Case Management.
                1. Assessment
                2. Facilitation of Multi-disciplinary Team (MDT)
                3. Non-custodial counseling
                4. School based support meetings
                5. IEP meetings
                6. Case Planning
                7. Documentation
                8. Gather and submit Title IV-E eligibility data
                9. Enter pertinent data into the Facts system
                10. Link the local mental health and physical health providers for services not
                  covered under Youth Services
                11. Monitor family services
                12. Attends court hearings and completes court reviews
                13. Maintain CQI standards as established
                14. Establish/monitor aftercare plans
                15. Compliance with the administrative review process/ policy to assure the occurrence of permanency planning
                16. Arranging transportation for visits
              7. Technical Assistance.
                1. Maintain knowledge of local resources
                2. Knowledge of and commitment to wrap around family focused child principles
                3. Strength based decision making
                4. Knowledge of FACTS system
                5. Knowledge and participation in the collaborative process
              8. Required driving position.
                1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of
                  your daily work. This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned
                  or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and
                  residents when and if necessary.
              9. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

              Physical Demands

              The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Travel is required both day and
              night. The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time. Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required. The employee will be required to possess
              the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.

              This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

              The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

              Youth Services Worker - Fayette Co. DHHR

              Summary

              To provide outcome based services to youth ages 10-18 that are in the Youth Services Program.  To develop, facilitate, and support a comprehensive treatment plan which is designed to meet the needs of children with severe emotional and behavioral problems in the least restrictive environment, using treatment philosophy which is strength based, family focused, culturally sensitive and community based.

              Education

              1. Must be at least 21 years old and possession of a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related human service field (education, psychology, sociology. and three years of social work experience). WV Social Work License required.
              2. A minimum of three years post-graduate social work experience preferred.

              QUALIFICATIONS

              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

              1. Must maintain license requirements according to the State of West Virginia.
              2. Experience working with children who have mental health needs and with child welfare system involvement.
              3. One year experience in child welfare and or community mental health agency preferred.
              4. Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with people of varied backgrounds.
              5. A team builder who inspires staff to work together in pursuit of a common mission, with the ability to hold them accountable for the accomplishments of the objectives.
              6. Should have exceptional organizational skills; proficient computer skills; and interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment, manage several projects simultaneously, and adjust to frequently changing demands.
              7. Have the ability to make decisions consistent with agency policies and general philosophies of child care.
              8. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

              Duties and Responibilities

              The duties and responsibilities of the Youth Service Worker of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following: 

              1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
                1. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s mission is to prevent harm and provide hope to hurting children and families.
                2. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s vision is to is to be a leader in providing superior and innovative services to every child in need regardless of who they are, what they have done, or where they live by empowering them to discover and fulfill their spiritual, academic, personal, and professional dreams and passions. 
                3. The core values that drive BUMFS’s mission and vision are to be: Christian centered; Holistic approach to service – mind, body, and spirit; Every person is of great sacred worth; Unconditional commitment; Acceptance; Trust; Honesty; Best practice; Family focused; Integrity; Respect and dignity; Confidentiality; Advocating for those who cannot do so for themselves; Teamwork; Competency; Faithfulness.
              2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
              3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
              4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
              5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
              6. Case Management.
                1. Assessment
                2. Facilitation of Multi-disciplinary Team (MDT)
                3. Non-custodial counseling
                4. School based support meetings
                5. IEP meetings
                6. Case Planning
                7. Documentation
                8. Gather and submit Title IV-E eligibility  data
                9. Enter pertinent data into the Facts system
                10. Link the local mental health and physical health providers for services not covered under Youth Services
                11. Monitor family services
                12. Attends court hearings and completes court reviews
                13. Maintain CQI standards as established
                14. Establish/monitor aftercare plans
                15. Compliance with the administrative review process/ policy to assure the occurrence of permanency planning
                16. Arranging transportation for visits
              7. Technical Assistance.
                1. Maintain knowledge of local resources
                2. Knowledge of and commitment to wrap around family focused child principles
                3. Strength based decision making
                4. Knowledge of FACTS system
                5. Knowledge and participation in the collaborative process
              8. Required driving position.
                1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.
              9. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this positi

                  Physical Demands

                  The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

                  This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

                  The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

                  Youth Services Worker - Greenbrier Co. DHHR (2 Positions)

                  Summary

                  To provide outcome based services to youth ages 10-18 that are in the Youth Services Program.  To develop, facilitate, and support a comprehensive treatment plan which is designed to meet the needs of children with severe emotional and behavioral problems in the least restrictive environment, using treatment philosophy which is strength based, family focused, culturally sensitive and community based.

                  Education

                  1. Must be at least 21 years old and possession of a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related human service field (education, psychology, sociology. and three years of social work experience). WV Social Work License required.
                  2. A minimum of three years post-graduate social work experience preferred.

                  Qualifications

                  To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

                  1. Must maintain license requirements according to the State of West Virginia.
                  2. Experience working with children who have mental health needs and with child welfare system involvement.
                  3. One year experience in child welfare and or community mental health agency preferred.
                  4. Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with people of varied backgrounds.
                  5. A team builder who inspires staff to work together in pursuit of a common mission, with the ability to hold them accountable for the accomplishments of the objectives.
                  6. Should have exceptional organizational skills; proficient computer skills; and interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment, manage several projects simultaneously, and adjust to frequently changing demands.
                  7. Have the ability to make decisions consistent with agency policies and general philosophies of child care.
                  8. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

                    Duties and Responibilities

                    The duties and responsibilities of the Youth Service Worker of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

                    1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
                      1. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s mission is to prevent harm and provide hope to hurting children and families.
                      2. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s vision is to is to be a leader in providing superior and innovative services to every child in need regardless of who they are, what they have done, or where they live by empowering them to discover and fulfill their spiritual, academic, personal, and professional dreams and passions. 
                      3. The core values that drive BUMFS’s mission and vision are to be: Christian centered; Holistic approach to service – mind, body, and spirit; Every person is of great sacred worth; Unconditional commitment; Acceptance; Trust; Honesty; Best practice; Family focused; Integrity; Respect and dignity; Confidentiality; Advocating for those who cannot do so for themselves; Teamwork; Competency; Faithfulness.
                    2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
                    3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
                    4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
                    5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
                    6. Case Management.
                      1. Assessment
                      2. Facilitation of Multi-disciplinary Team (MDT)
                      3. Non-custodial counseling
                      4. School based support meetings
                      5. IEP meetings
                      6. Case Planning
                      7. Documentation
                      8. Gather and submit Title IV-E eligibility  data
                      9. Enter pertinent data into the Facts system
                      10. Link the local mental health and physical health providers for services not covered under Youth Services
                      11. Monitor family services
                      12. Attends court hearings and completes court reviews
                      13. Maintain CQI standards as established
                      14. Establish/monitor aftercare plans
                      15. Compliance with the administrative review process/ policy to assure the occurrence of permanency planning
                      16. Arranging transportation for visits
                    7. Technical Assistance.
                      1. Maintain knowledge of local resources
                      2. Knowledge of and commitment to wrap around family focused child principles
                      3. Strength based decision making
                      4. Knowledge of FACTS system
                      5. Knowledge and participation in the collaborative process
                    8. Required driving position.
                      1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.
                    9. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

                            Physical Demands

                            The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

                            This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

                            The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

                            Youth Services Worker - Raleigh Co. DHHR (2 Positions)

                            Summary

                            To provide outcome based services to youth ages 10-18 that are in the Youth Services Program.  To develop, facilitate, and support a comprehensive treatment plan which is designed to meet the needs of children with severe emotional and behavioral problems in the least restrictive environment, using treatment philosophy which is strength based, family focused, culturally sensitive and community based.

                            Education

                            1. Must be at least 21 years old and possession of a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related human service field (education, psychology, sociology. and three years of social work experience). WV Social Work License required.
                            2. A minimum of three years post-graduate social work experience preferred.

                            Qualifications

                            To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

                            1. Must maintain license requirements according to the State of West Virginia.
                            2. Experience working with children who have mental health needs and with child welfare system involvement.
                            3. One year experience in child welfare and or community mental health agency preferred.
                            4. Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with people of varied backgrounds.
                            5. A team builder who inspires staff to work together in pursuit of a common mission, with the ability to hold them accountable for the accomplishments of the objectives.
                            6. Should have exceptional organizational skills; proficient computer skills; and interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment, manage several projects simultaneously, and adjust to frequently changing demands.
                            7. Have the ability to make decisions consistent with agency policies and general philosophies of child care.
                            8. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

                                Duties and Responibilities

                                The duties and responsibilities of the Youth Service Worker of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

                                1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
                                  1. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s mission is to prevent harm and provide hope to hurting children and families.
                                  2. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s vision is to is to be a leader in providing superior and innovative services to every child in need regardless of who they are, what they have done, or where they live by empowering them to discover and fulfill their spiritual, academic, personal, and professional dreams and passions. 
                                  3. The core values that drive BUMFS’s mission and vision are to be: Christian centered; Holistic approach to service – mind, body, and spirit; Every person is of great sacred worth; Unconditional commitment; Acceptance; Trust; Honesty; Best practice; Family focused; Integrity; Respect and dignity; Confidentiality; Advocating for those who cannot do so for themselves; Teamwork; Competency; Faithfulness.
                                2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
                                3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
                                4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
                                5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
                                6. Case Management.
                                  1. Assessment
                                  2. Facilitation of Multi-disciplinary Team (MDT)
                                  3. Non-custodial counseling
                                  4. School based support meetings
                                  5. IEP meetings
                                  6. Case Planning
                                  7. Documentation
                                  8. Gather and submit Title IV-E eligibility  data
                                  9. Enter pertinent data into the Facts system
                                  10. Link the local mental health and physical health providers for services not covered under Youth Services
                                  11. Monitor family services
                                  12. Attends court hearings and completes court reviews
                                  13. Maintain CQI standards as established
                                  14. Establish/monitor aftercare plans
                                  15. Compliance with the administrative review process/ policy to assure the occurrence of permanency planning
                                  16. Arranging transportation for visits
                                7. Technical Assistance.
                                  1. Maintain knowledge of local resources
                                  2. Knowledge of and commitment to wrap around family focused child principles
                                  3. Strength based decision making
                                  4. Knowledge of FACTS system
                                  5. Knowledge and participation in the collaborative process
                                8. Required driving position.
                                  1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.
                                9. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

                                        Physical Demands

                                        The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

                                        This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

                                        The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

                                        Safe At Home Wraparound Facilitator - Fairmont, Huntington, Clarksburg, Raleigh/Fayette Counties
                                        Summary

                                        It is the responsible of the Wraparound Facilitator to provide services and to oversee all aspects of the client’s needs who are assigned to them.

                                        Education

                                        Must be at least 21 years old and have a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services related field.

                                        Qualifications

                                        To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

                                        • Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree.
                                        • Must maintain an appropriate amount of continuing education per policy.
                                        • Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to a drug test and an intensive background investigation.
                                        Home Finder - Grafton, Mingo County, Summers County, Mercer County
                                        Summary

                                        Provide all services required to complete foster/adoptive home studies and home maintenance.

                                        Education

                                        Must be at least 21 years old and possess a Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, counseling, social work or related field from an accredited College or University AND hold a license in the in their respective field. (OR be in process of obtaining a license from the State of West Virginia.) Master’s degree preferred. Provisional Social Work License may be acceptable.

                                        Qualifications

                                        To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

                                        • Possess knowledge of theories and practices in social work and state and federal laws.
                                        • Possess the ability to assess needs in the areas of social, educational, and economic circumstances to determine service needs.
                                        • Have knowledge and skills to utilize community and state resources.
                                        • Be able to communicate and work effectively with agency personnel and community and state agencies in a productive and professional manner.
                                        • Have the ability to complete thorough written reports and data entry.
                                        • Have the ability to adhere to all guidelines and time requirements as stated in policy related to home finding.
                                        • Be an acceptable role model for youth in values and lifestyles in keeping with those ascribed by Burlington.
                                        • Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.
                                        Clerical/Paraprofessional - Cabell and Kanawha Counties

                                        SUMMARY

                                        The Para-professional will complete tasks in the areas of; customer service and office management, correspondence, training, and recruitment and recognition events to support home finders. 

                                        EDUCATION

                                        1. Possess at least a high school diploma or GED.  Two years college business/secretarial experience preferred.

                                        QUALIFICATIONS

                                        To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

                                        1. Have special training in secretarial skills.
                                        2. Have knowledge of office machines and their uses, including office computers and related software.
                                        3. Have ability to organize data, schedules, and filing systems and generate reports.
                                        4. Have ability to report and record information and facts accurately and maintain the confidentiality of this information.
                                        5. Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with other staff, clients, and general public.
                                        6. Be willing to continue learning through attendance in course study and in-service training and workshops.
                                        7. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

                                          DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

                                          The duties and responsibilities of the Para-professional of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following: 

                                          1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
                                          2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
                                          3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
                                          4. Supports all functions that attain and maintain accreditation with regulatory agencies.
                                          5. Participates in appropriate professional development programs and in services to attain and maintain competency.
                                          6. Responsible for answering phones, providing program information and conducting initial interviews of prospective families.
                                          7. Responsible for assisting potential and current providers with form completion assisting with ASO registration.
                                          8. Complete routine correspondence pertaining to training, references, medical records and support group meeting.
                                          9. Responsible for setting up and maintaining provider files and documentation relevant to the specific home.
                                          10. Responsible for entering information in FACTS (Family and Children Tracking System) on a daily basis as needed.
                                          11. Schedule PRIDE training with providers that will include child care during training and support group sessions.
                                          12. Schedule fingerprinting during session one of PRIDE or at local area office when it cannot be completed during PRIDE training.
                                          13. Assemble and deliver training materials for in service foster parent training as needed by the home finder.
                                          14. Assist home finding staff with assembling promotional materials for recruitment activities such as fairs, home shows and conferences.
                                          15. Assist home finding staff with special programs and recognition activities for foster parents.
                                          16. Responsible for adhering to all home finder time guides lines as indicated by DHHR and BUMFS.
                                          17. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.
                                          18. Required driving position
                                            1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.

                                            PHYSICAL DEMANDS

                                            The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

                                            This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

                                            The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

                                            Right From The Start Designated Care Coordinator - Wheeling, Grafton/Morgantown

                                            Summary

                                            This position assumes the responsibility for coordinating the care of Medicaid-eligible pregnant women and infants across the nine lives of providers, various professional specialties, and community resources.

                                            Education

                                            Must be at least 21 years old and possess a Bachelor’s Degree in social work from an accredited College or University AND have a WV Social Work License. (OR be in process of obtaining a license from the State of West Virginia.) OR; a registered nurse licensed to practice by the state of West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses.

                                            Qualifications

                                            To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

                                            • Must maintain license requirements according to the State of West Virginia.
                                            • Should have exceptional organizational skills; proficient computer skills; and interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment, manage several projects simultaneously, and adjust to frequently changing demands.
                                            • Have the ability to make decisions consistent with agency policies and general philosophies of child care.
                                            • Be an acceptable role model for youth in values and lifestyles in keeping with those ascribed by Burlington
                                            • Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.
                                            Parent Educator/Home Visitor - Full Time - Martinsburg CBS

                                            Summary

                                            The parent educator will work directly with parents of children in the home; providing parents with information regarding child development and effective parenting techniques.  The parent educator will look at the family as a unit, use a strength –based approach, and provide support to the family using screening tools, referrals, and information from reputable sources.

                                            Pay for this job is $30,000

                                            EDUCATION

                                            Parent Educator/Home Visitor will have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in a related field. Two years of supervised experience with young children or parents is preferred but not necessary.  

                                            QUALIFICATIONS

                                            To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

                                            1. Exceptional organizational skills; proficient computer skills; interpersonal relationship skills; the ability to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment; manage several projects simultaneously; and to adjust to frequently changing demands. 
                                            2. Possess communication skills in order to verbalize the needs of troubled youth and the agency’s philosophy to the public and be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with other social work personnel. 
                                            3. Be able to communicate and work effectively with agency personnel and community and state agencies in a productive and professional manner.
                                            4. Ability to respond to and manage crisis situations.
                                            5. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.  
                                            6. Must be willing to adapt and learn court proceeding processes.
                                            7. Must be self-motivated and task oriented.  
                                            8. Must be comfortable speaking in front of small groups.  
                                            9. Must be willing to travel on occasions. 
                                            10. Must attend ALL required PAT Training.

                                            DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

                                            The duties and responsibilities for Parent Educator/Home Visitor of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass the following:  

                                            1. Recruit families with children for the program in their certification range (i.e. Prenatal -3 and 3-Kindergarten) giving priority to prenatal clients.
                                            2. Schedule visits monthly or twice monthly according to risk factors of the family.  The goal is 100% of families receiving 100% of visits (12 visits/yr per non-risk families or 24 visits/yr per high risk families).
                                            3. Prepare age appropriate and needs priority activities and information for each visit.  Parent educator will discuss and set goals with family that helps decided emphasis at each visit.
                                            4. Use screening tools as required by PAT National and federal funding, including but not limited to ASQ-3, ASQ-SE, HITS, HOME Inventory, LSP, Edinburgh Depression Screening, vision screening, and hearing screening tools.  Make appropriate referrals as necessary to supporting organizations and agencies.
                                            5. Document all contact with families via ETO online.  Documentation must be completed within 48 hours of the visit or contact.  Also, maintain files with all paperwork turning in copies to PAT Office Assistant for federally required forms.  PAT Office Assistant will input data into ETO system and must do so by the 10th of each month.
                                            6. Record all contacts with other agencies/organizations and turn in monthly.
                                            7. Administer the WV Survey as required with all families in program.
                                            8. As assigned, plan and facilitate group connections.
                                            9. Caseload should not exceed 60 visits per month for full time or 30 visits per month per part-time parent educator.  Number of families on caseload is dependent on experience of the educator, how many high risk families, and distance traveled to family home.  Caseload minimum will be a joint decision made between the educator and supervisor.
                                            10. Parent educators will participate in 2 hours of reflective supervision for full-time or 1 hour of reflective supervision for half-time per month.  Parent educator will also participate in same amount of separate staff meetings per month.  Parent educators are to work as a team with their supervisor in meeting their families’ needs.
                                            11. Parent educators will coordinate group connections.  Programs are required to have 10-12 group connections per year.
                                            12. Parent educators will be registered with STARS and participate in continuing education yearly as required by PAT National and federal funding.
                                            13. Must individually pass annual performance review (APR) with no less than 60%.
                                            14. Home visits and paperwork will be monitored for quality and fidelity for accreditation requirements and CQI requirements.
                                            15. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures. 
                                            16. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by:  professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multi-cultural work place.  
                                            17. Funding is based on grants and can be terminated or extended without notice.

                                            PHYSICAL DEMANDS

                                            The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

                                            Some travel will be required.

                                            The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time. Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training. 

                                            This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment. 

                                            The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

                                            Martinsburg CBS – Parents as Teachers - Full Time

                                            Full Time

                                            Parent Educator/Home Visitor

                                            Employees interested in promotion/transfer, please complete an intra-
                                            agency application for promotion/transfer and return to Melody Cook by
                                            July 3 rd , 2021. 

                                            Other interested applicants may send resume to: Burlington United
                                            Methodist Family Services, Inc., 2115 Kelly Island Rd, Martinsburg,
                                            WV 25405.
                                            EOE

                                            Summary

                                            The parent educator will work directly with parents of children in the home; providing parents with information regarding child development and effective parenting techniques.  The parent educator will look at the family as a unit, use a strength –based approach, and provide support to the family using screening tools, referrals, and information from reputable sources.

                                            EDUCATION

                                            Parent Educator/Home Visitor will have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in a related field. Two years of supervised experience with young children or parents is preferred but not necessary.  

                                            QUALIFICATIONS

                                            To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

                                            1. Exceptional organizational skills; proficient computer skills; interpersonal relationship skills; the ability to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment; manage several projects simultaneously; and to adjust to frequently changing demands. 
                                            2. Possess communication skills in order to verbalize the needs of troubled youth and the agency’s philosophy to the public and be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with other social work personnel. 
                                            3. Be able to communicate and work effectively with agency personnel and community and state agencies in a productive and professional manner.
                                            4. Ability to respond to and manage crisis situations.
                                            5. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.  
                                            6. Must be willing to adapt and learn court proceeding processes.
                                            7. Must be self-motivated and task oriented.  
                                            8. Must be comfortable speaking in front of small groups.  
                                            9. Must be willing to travel on occasions. 
                                            10. Must attend ALL required PAT Training.

                                            DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

                                            The duties and responsibilities for Parent Educator/Home Visitor of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass the following:  

                                            1. Recruit families with children for the program in their certification range (i.e. Prenatal -3 and 3-Kindergarten) giving priority to prenatal clients.
                                            2. Schedule visits monthly or twice monthly according to risk factors of the family.  The goal is 100% of families receiving 100% of visits (12 visits/yr per non-risk families or 24 visits/yr per high risk families).
                                            3. Prepare age appropriate and needs priority activities and information for each visit.  Parent educator will discuss and set goals with family that helps decided emphasis at each visit.
                                            4. Use screening tools as required by PAT National and federal funding, including but not limited to ASQ-3, ASQ-SE, HITS, HOME Inventory, LSP, Edinburgh Depression Screening, vision screening, and hearing screening tools.  Make appropriate referrals as necessary to supporting organizations and agencies.
                                            5. Document all contact with families via ETO online.  Documentation must be completed within 48 hours of the visit or contact.  Also, maintain files with all paperwork turning in copies to PAT Office Assistant for federally required forms.  PAT Office Assistant will input data into ETO system and must do so by the 10th of each month.
                                            6. Record all contacts with other agencies/organizations and turn in monthly.
                                            7. Administer the WV Survey as required with all families in program.
                                            8. As assigned, plan and facilitate group connections.
                                            9. Caseload should not exceed 60 visits per month for full time or 30 visits per month per part-time parent educator.  Number of families on caseload is dependent on experience of the educator, how many high risk families, and distance traveled to family home.  Caseload minimum will be a joint decision made between the educator and supervisor.
                                            10. Parent educators will participate in 2 hours of reflective supervision for full-time or 1 hour of reflective supervision for half-time per month.  Parent educator will also participate in same amount of separate staff meetings per month.  Parent educators are to work as a team with their supervisor in meeting their families’ needs.
                                            11. Parent educators will coordinate group connections.  Programs are required to have 10-12 group connections per year.
                                            12. Parent educators will be registered with STARS and participate in continuing education yearly as required by PAT National and federal funding.
                                            13. Must individually pass annual performance review (APR) with no less than 60%.
                                            14. Home visits and paperwork will be monitored for quality and fidelity for accreditation requirements and CQI requirements.
                                            15. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures. 
                                            16. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by:  professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multi-cultural work place.  
                                            17. Funding is based on grants and can be terminated or extended without notice.

                                            PHYSICAL DEMANDS

                                            The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

                                            Some travel will be required.

                                            The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time. Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training. 

                                            This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment. 

                                            The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.

                                            Grafton CBS – Full Time RFTS/HAPI Worker

                                            Summary

                                            This position assumes the responsibility for coordinating the care of Medicaid-eligible pregnant women and infants across the nine counties of North Central West Virginia.  HAPI services are targeted to improve maternal well-being during pregnancy, postpartum and the interconceptional period. In addition, to these services, HAPI also offers services to fathers/male partners of HAPI clients.  

                                            EDUCATION

                                            1. Must be at least 21 years old and possess a Bachelor’s Degree in social work from an accredited College or University AND have a WV Social Work License.  (OR be in process of obtaining a license from the State of West Virginia.)  OR; a registered nurse licensed to practice by the state of West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses.

                                            QUALIFICATIONS

                                            To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

                                            1. Must maintain license requirements according to the State of West Virginia.
                                            2. Should have exceptional organizational skills; proficient computer skills; and interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment, manage several projects simultaneously, and adjust to frequently changing demands.
                                            3. Have the ability to make decisions consistent with agency policies and general philosophies of child care.
                                            4. Be an acceptable role model for youth in values and lifestyles in keeping with those ascribed by Burlington. 
                                            5. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

                                            DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

                                            The duties and responsibilities of the Right From the Start & WV Healthy Start HAPI Project Designated Care Coordinator (DCC) of Burlington United Methodist Family Services shall encompass at least the following:

                                            1. Can support the mission and vision of Burlington United Methodist Family Services as evidenced by compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.
                                              1. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s mission is to prevent harm and provide hope to hurting children and families.
                                              2. Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc’s vision is to is to be a leader in providing superior and innovative services to every child in need regardless of who they are, what they have done, or where they live by empowering them to discover and fulfill their spiritual, academic, personal, and professional dreams and passions. 
                                              3. The core values that drive BUMFS’s mission and vision are to be: Christian centered; Holistic approach to service – mind, body, and spirit; Every person is of great sacred worth; Unconditional commitment; Acceptance; Trust; Honesty; Best practice; Family focused; Integrity; Respect and dignity; Confidentiality; Advocating for those who cannot do so for themselves; Teamwork; Competency; Faithfulness.
                                            2. Supports and facilitates positive interaction with others as evidenced by: professional maturity, respect for others, a team-centered approach, maintenance of confidential information, and an appreciation of a multicultural workplace.
                                            3. Exhibits effective communication skills including proper use of agency communication systems.
                                            4. Coordinate the health, education, psychosocial, and nutritional care for the Medicaid-eligible pregnant/postpartum woman and infant.
                                              1. Receives referrals from the Regional Care Coordinator and HAPI Project Director.
                                              2. Provides follow-up and coordination on referrals and offers RFTS care coordination and HAPI Project services to eligible clients.
                                              3. Completes assessment to identify barriers to a healthy outcome.
                                              4. Develops service plan with the client or guardian of the infant client.
                                              5. Arranges for interventions which meet identified needs.
                                              6. Makes home visits and client contacts according to policy.
                                              7. Follows a standardized record system for documenting client care.
                                              8. Reassesses and revises the Service Care Plan as needed.
                                              9. Updates medical provider of client’s progress / change in service plan.
                                              10. Sends required information to Regional Care Coordinator & HAPI Project
                                              11. Director.
                                              12. Monitors care coordination of clients served by other programs that provide case management services.
                                              13. Arranges for/participates in interdisciplinary/interagency problem/service plan meetings for multi-problem clients to determine that appropriate agency to serve as primary case manager and to assign service plan responsibilities.
                                              14. Coordinates with other programs providing case management or home visitation services to infants such as Birth to Three (BTT) and or Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN).
                                              15. Referral of client into appropriate case management system at time of closure / or as risk determined.
                                              16. At or near case closure, completes the Outcome Measures form and forwards copies to the Regional Care Coordinator.
                                            5. Improve the pregnant woman and her family’s knowledge regarding the importance of quality health care.
                                              1. Communicates to the client and family concerning the value of self-care.
                                              2. Plans with the client for medical prenatal care / pediatric care.
                                              3. Plans with the client for participation in WIC for nutritional needs, counseling, and food supplements.
                                              4. Models and teaches problem-solving skills.
                                              5. Plans with the client for receiving postpartum exam and family planning.
                                              6. Plans with the client for support systems.
                                              7. Plans with the client or guardian of the infant for receiving well child visits and immunization services.
                                              8. Encourages and promotes routine oral health care.
                                              9. Uses guidelines and appropriate client handouts included in the PHB curriculum.
                                            6. Advocate for the primary needs of the family, including food, shelter, safety, crisis intervention, transportation, and child care.
                                              1. Advocates for the client in the community.
                                              2. Intervenes immediately for unsafe environment for mother or infant.
                                              3. Intervenes in times of crisis.
                                            7. Use appropriate referral and follow-up procedures to acquire necessary resources for the client.
                                              1. Establishes cooperative agreements and contacts for referral on the local level.
                                              2. Coordinates services from all disciplines.
                                              3. Communicates with medical care providers.
                                              4. Refers parent or guardian of very low birth weight, preterm infants to SSI (if not referred by the hospital at birth).  SSI approval provides Medicaid eligibility.
                                              5. Monitors receipt of services.
                                            8. Participates in all training provided by the RCC or OMCFH, including mandatoryPHB Curriculum Training.
                                            9. Participates in all training provided by the HAPI Project Director or the Program Manager.
                                            10. Safely maintain all state supplied and assigned equipment, and return to the RCC & HAPI Project Director upon termination of agreement or DCC resigns.
                                            11. Wear state or agency supplied identification when providing all RFTS & HAPI services.
                                            12. Completes required billing on a monthly basis, with all billing turned into the accounting department by noon on the second working day of the month.
                                            13. Required driving position.
                                              1. This position is defined as one that will require you to drive a motor vehicle as part of your daily work.  This position does allow the employee to drive motor vehicles owned or leased by Burlington United Methodist Services, Inc., and to transport employees and residents when and if necessary.
                                            14. Performs other duties that fall within the parameters of this position.

                                                          PHYSICAL DEMANDS

                                                          The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Travel is required both day and night.  The employee will be required to lift, stand, sit, and/or walk for extended periods of time.  Repetitive use of hands, wrists, and elbows will be required.  The employee will be required to possess the strength and ability to demonstrate techniques taught in various required training.  

                                                          This position will work in an office environment, although sometimes this position must work in extreme weather conditions and potentially hazardous situations due to working in a residential environment.

                                                          The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as inclusive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  The job description does not constitute a contract nor does it alter the at-will status of the employee/employer relationship.