RESIDENTIAL COUNSELORS - ALL SHIFTS
Part-time staff and additional relief staff to cover all shifts.
Chief financial officer to assume responsibility for the preparation, monitoring, control and reporting of agency budget of $14 million and financial, payroll and accounting systems and functions, including but not limited to accounts receivable, accounts payable and payroll. Provides leadership and guidance in the development of sound, accurate, timely and ethical accounting and fiscal practices, policies and procedures. Ensures compliance with all applicable regulatory, licensing, and accreditation standards. Facilitates the development and planning of a comprehensive budgetary and financial strategic plan for the agency. Provides coaching and training for fiscal department staff. Works closely with Director of Operations to ensure sound purchasing and inventory control practices. Works collaboratively with the Board of Directors Audit and Finance Committee and senior leadership in the development, implementation and oversight of all aspects of the annual operating budget and investment management. Schedules and manages the completion of the annual independent audit, Uniform Financial Report, Form 990 and other fiscal documents and/or reports in a timely and accurate manner. Member of the agency Operations Leadership Team reporting to the CEO, and partnering with senior leadership to ensure fiscal stability of the agency.
Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting required; Master’s Degree in Business Administration or related degree preferred. Minimum of ten to fifteen years of progressive fiscal management experience with responsibility for overall budgetary, accounting and fiscal operations in a healthcare, behavioral healthcare or human service not-for-profit setting critical. Extensive financial and accounting knowledge and proficiency with payroll software, third-party billing software, MAS 90, Word, Excel, IT and other business functions. Not-for-profit/human services contracting experience preferred.
Full-time fee for service opportunity available for Saint Vincent’s community-based behavioral health programs and mental health clinic serving children, youth, and families. Responsibilities include strengths-based assessment and treatment planning; clinic, home-and community-based individual and family therapy; communication of clients’ progress through case review meetings and case record documentation; on-call clinical support of program and after-hour admissions responsibility on a rotational basis. Flexible schedule includes late afternoons/early evenings. Clinical Master’s Degree required; LMHC or LICSW preferred; one to two years related experience with children, adolescents, and transitional age youth required. Competitive hourly rate with benefits offered.
Several 3rd shift positions available, including the hours of 11:30PM to 8:00AM and 4:00AM to 9:00AM. Responsibilities include monitoring youth during the overnight and early morning hours; implementation of therapeutic interventions and behavior management plans; medication administration; transportation as needed; cleaning and laundry. Previous experience with children/adolescents preferred.
Rewarding and challenging opportunities available working with youth; part time and relief positions available on second shift within our campus and community-based living environments; responsibilities include teaching daily living, social and recreational skills to youth; implementation of therapeutic interventions and behavior management plans. Previous experience with children/adolescents preferred; High School diploma required.
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