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Reimbursement Coordinator Clarksville, VA

Southside Community Services was established in 1972 by the counties of Brunswick, Halifax and Mecklenburg, Virginia as a public entity to assure that community-based services are available to children, adults and families with mental health, substance abuse, and developmental disability needs.  Our programs and services are licensed by the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services.

Southside CSB is seeking a Reimbursement Coordinator to work at the Clarksville, VA location.  This position reviews agency Medicaid contracts and manuals, ensuring billing requirements are met for the behavioral health programs.  Candidates must possess knowledge of Medicaid procedures as it relates to behavioral health.  This position acts as liaison between service providers and Medicaid on reimbursement issues, and researches claim denials and disputed claims.  This person is responsible for monthly electronic billings to Medicaid and reconciling payments.

Associates degree is required; Bachelor’s degree is preferred.  Training related to insurance billing and electronic health records is required.  Two years of experience with insurance billing and electronic health records, preferably in a medical or behavioral health setting is preferred.

Competitive salary with excellent benefits.  Visit our website at http://www.sscsb.org and click on the Careers tab to complete the online application process.

Residential Support Services Personnel, Part time

 

Southside Community Services Board is seeking part time residential support personnel in our South Boston group homes.  Residential support personnel provide assistance to individuals with intellectual disabilities in a group home setting or day support program setting.  Assistance includes daily living skills, social and communication skills, transporting individuals for community activities, etc. 

Must be willing to work weekends and shift work and up to 28 hours per week.  High school diploma or equivalent with valid driver’s license is required.  Previous experience working with individuals with disabilities would be an advantage.  Must be able to complete required first aid/CPR training and other mandatory trainings (provided by Southside CSB).

To apply, log onto our website at www.sscsb.org and click on the Careers tab to complete the online application process.

Peer Support Specialist

 

Southside Community Services Board seeks a motivated individual to facilitate community prevention services for consumers in Mecklenburg Counties based on the unique perspective of having been a recipient of mental health or substance abuse services.  Three to five years of recovery required.  Must have demonstrated knowledge of addiction, recovery and prevention and the ability to support and empower others. This position facilitates self-help groups and focuses on consumer satisfaction with services received.  Some travel involved with agency car. 

High school graduate or equivalent with basic computer skills required.  Must have experience with mental health or substance abuse services.

Full time position with competitive pay and excellent benefits.  To apply log onto the website at http://www.sscsb.org and click on the Careers tab to complete the online application process.

 

Danville Pittsylvania Community Services Southside Behavioral Health Consortium Regional Project Manager POSITION NUMBER: 5048

 

Responsibilities:
Management and oversight of the Southside Behavioral Health Consortium (SBHC) State-funded regional projects as directed by the Consortium leadership; attends SBHC meetings to report and receive direction on project planning and development issues and to participate in problem-solving; prepares utilization, fiscal, and monitoring reports on regional initiatives/activities, including Regional Discharge Assistance Plan (RDAP), Local Inpatient Purchase of Service (LIPOS), crisis funds, regional crisis stabilization, recovery funds, and any other regional initiatives or special projects; collects, organizes, and presents data in a manner that promotes understanding of key trends and issues; participates in State level workgroups on Restructuring and Reinvestment; performs utilization management for regional discharge assistance (DAP) and LIPOS funds in tandem with local Community Services Board (CSB) staff; prepares agenda for and attends SBHC meetings, including the partnership and leadership groups, census management teams, and RUM Committee; participates in problem-solving discussion; reports and receives information for SBHC; prepares meeting minutes; develops and implements a regional monitoring and tracking system that reports admissions and discharges, hospital utilization, clinical information, and referral information for adult admissions to Southern Virginia Mental Health Institute and local psychiatric hospitals; provides presentations, reports, and consultation as requested to CSBs, organizations, and individuals; and coordinates regional activities with assigned staff.

Requirements:
Minimum Requirements

M1:   Must have a Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, Vocational Rehabilitation, Counseling, or other approved Human Services degree, OR  Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Public Health or Public Administration, OR Bachelor of Science in Nursing and licensed to practice as an RN in Virginia

M2:   Must have three years of clinical experience within the past seven years providing behavioral health services

M3:   Must have one year of administrative experience

Preferred Requirements

P1:    Preferred licensure as a LPC, LCSW, and/or LCP

P2:    Preferred Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Board Certified as a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse

P3:    Preferred five years of professional experience in behavioral health field

P4:    Preferred three years of administrative experience

Fingerprints, State, and FBI criminal record reports, drug test, and central registry (CANIS) report will be required upon request.

ANNUAL SALARY RANGE:
$41,044 - $64,645  Excellent fringe benefits


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Position will remain open until filled; however, applications are graded as they are received. 

Log onto the Danville Pittsylvania CSB website http://www.dpcs.org/. Applications may be obtained at the Hairston Street or Gretna offices, by calling (434) 799-0456, Ext. 3075, or by printing one from the Application Page of the website.  To be considered for the position, reply by sending application package consisting of: (1) completed Danville-Pittsylvania Community Services application, (2) resume, (3) cover letter, and (4) Qualification Assessment Addendum to:

Jeannie Eanes

Assistant Director of Human Resources

Danville-Pittsylvania Community Services

245 Hairston Street

Danville, Virginia 24540

Application packages received incomplete will not be processed.

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Director of Behavioral Health Services Clarksville, VA

 

Southside Community Services was established in 1972 by the counties of Brunswick, Halifax and Mecklenburg, Virginia as a public entity to assure that community-based services are available to children, adults and families with mental health, substance abuse, and developmental disability needs.  Our programs and services are licensed by the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services.

Southside CSB is seeking a Director of Behavioral Health Services.  Responsibilities include program and administrative supervision of behavioral health outpatient therapy and psychiatry, 24/7 emergency services, psychosocial day support, prevention, 0-3 year old early intervention, and case management services.  This position serves as the agency representative to federal, state and local agencies and officials regarding service delivery and program operations.  Responsible for behavioral health services budgeting and compliance to budget.

Operational knowledge of delivery of community- based behavioral health services is required, including program evaluation, quality improvement, and knowledge of the requirements of the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. 

Minimum of a Master’s degree in a relevant human services field is required and a current behavioral health professional license.  Salary is commensurate with credentials and relevant experience.

Visit our website at http://www.sscsb.org and click on the Careers tab to complete the online application process.

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), part time Children and Family Services Boydton, VA

Southside Community Services Board is seeking a part time Licensed Practical Nurse for the Mecklenburg Children and Family Services office in Boydton, VA to provide medical services in an outpatient setting.  The LPN maintains necessary case records, participates in inter-disciplinary team conferences, formulates quarterly treatment plans; orders medications and records, stores and dispenses as prescribed by psychiatrist; gives injections as prescribed; provides family and client consultation on medications and side effects; monitors blood levels and alerts psychiatrist of any changes and any adverse reactions to medications.  Assists the psychiatrist and the center’s clinicians and pre-screens for possible hospitalization.

Candidate must be currently licensed practical nurse in the state of Virginia.  Mental health nurse experience is preferred. 

To apply log onto the website at http://www.sscsb.org and click on the Careers tab to complete the online application process.

Crisis Intervention Team Consultant Clarksville, VA

Southside Community Services Board is seeking a part time Crisis Intervention Team Consultant.  This contract position will organize and chair the Crisis Intervention Steering Committee for our 3 county area of Halifax, Mecklenburg and Brunswick counties.  Responsibilities include coordination of training presenters and activities, development of a training manual for participants, and solicitation of community professionals to deliver training.  This position will need to develop close working relationships with various agencies including law enforcement, criminal justice agencies, mental health providers, social service agencies, hospitals and other community stakeholders and resources.  Appropriate record keeping and written reports will be required, including gathering data for program evaluation and monitoring.    

Leadership and motivational skills along with team building and organizational skills are important for this position.  Effective oral and written communication and training and presentation experience are essential.  Candidate must be experienced with MS Office software, including Word and Excel.   

Compensation for this contract position will range from $15 to $25 per hour depending on qualifications and experience. 

To apply log onto the website at http://www.sscsb.org and click on the Careers tab to complete the online application process.

Residential Support Services Personnel, Part time Mecklenburg County, VA

Residential Support Services Personnel, Part time

Mecklenburg County, VA

Southside Community Services Board is seeking part time residential support personnel in our Mecklenburg County group homes. Residential support personnel provide assistance to individuals with intellectual disabilities in a group home setting or day support program setting. Assistance includes daily living skills, social and communication skills, transporting individuals for community activities, etc.

Must be willing to work weekends and shift work and up to 28 hours per week. High school diploma or equivalent with valid driver’s license is required. Previous experience working with individuals with disabilities would be an advantage. Must be able to complete required first aid/CPR training and other mandatory trainings (provided by Southside CSB).

To apply, log onto our website at www.sscsb.org and click on the Careers tab to complete the online application process.

Intellectual Disability Day Support Aide, Part-time Lawrenceville, VA

 

Southside Community Services Board is seeking a part-time Intellectual Disability Day Support Aide to work in a Day Support Program in Lawrenceville, VA. This position's incumbent aides and assists the facility’s staff in instruction and supervision of intellectually disabled adults in the areas of functional academics, community living, personal care tasks, social, and communication skills. Candidate must be able to maintain timely and accurate documentation in electronic health records. Safe driving record is required in order to transport individuals to various activities in the community, as required.

High school diploma or equivalent is required. Associates degree in Human Services or a related field is preferred. Experience working with intellectually disabled individuals is preferred.

Log onto the website at www.sscsb.org and click on the Careers tab to complete the online application process.

Residential Support Staff, Part time, Floaters - Brunswick & Mecklenburg

 

Southside Community Services seeks part time residential support staff to assist individuals with intellectual disabilities in our Mecklenburg and Brunswick residences. These floating positions are designed to fill in for staff absences and time off.  Choose flexible hours to fit your schedule up to 28 hours per week.  $10 per hour pay rate with $100 monthly bonus possible. 

High school diploma or equivalent with valid driver’s license is required.  Previous experience working with individuals with disabilities would be an advantage.  Complete SSCSB online application at http://www.sscsb.org.