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Job Opportunities at the Brien Center – Full & Part Time

About us

The Brien Center is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation that operates a network of comprehensive and integrated community mental health and substance abuse services in Berkshire County, Massachusetts. Berkshire County is ideally located in the Berkshire Hills on the western edge of Massachusetts, and is just 2 ½ hours from both Boston and New York City and is thriving with business, as well as cultural and recreational amenities.

**We are currently accepting applications for Undergrad and Graduate Internships. Human Services Degrees including Social Work and Counseling Psychology are encouraged to apply!**

Career Opportunities – September 26, 2014

The following require a Bachelor’s Degree and may require additional education/experience as notated:

Community Based Recovery Facilitator/Case Worker – Full-Time in Pittsfield

  • This position works as a member of a team to provide opportunities for individuals to develop skills to be used on their journey of recovery for personal growth with hope and optimism focusing on working with individuals in their pursuits of independence. 4-year degree preferred or 3-5 years human services experience

Recovery Facilitator/Community Supports – Full-Time in North Adams

  • This position works to develop practical life skills including budgeting, menu planning, cooking, shopping, attending doctor appointments, housing, cleaning and leisure activities in group, individual and community settings, while also facilitating involvement in community activities and establishing a personal network for those served.

Shift Coordinator – Acute Services – Full-Time in Pittsfield

  • This position is responsible for oversight of the overnight shifts at the Adult Crisis Stabilization Unit including: site operations, staffing, internal audits, compliance with external audits, staff development, consultation, supervision, documentation requirements, site beautification and participate in implementation of individual action plans for person’s served.

Shift Coordinator – Community Services – Full-Time in Pittsfield

  • This position is responsible for oversight of the overnight residential shifts including: site operations, staffing, internal audits, compliance with external audits, staff development, consultation, supervision, documentation requirements, site beautification and participate in implementation of individual action plans for person’s served.

Site Supervisor – Community Services – Full-Time in Pittsfield

  • This position includes responsibility for site operations and Direct Care/Recovery Facilitator staff development, staff supervision and implementation of treatment plans.

 

The following require a Master’s Degree and may require additional education/experience as notated:

 

Child and Adolescent In-Home Therapist(s) – Full-Time in Pittsfield

  • These individuals will work as part of a dynamic team, providing In-Home Behavioral Health Services. Also completing diagnostic mental health assessment and providing treatment for youth and caregivers on an outreach basis throughout Berkshire County.

Clinical Service Coordinator I or II – Caring Together Program – Part-Time in Pittsfield

  • This position provides mental health treatment and psychotherapy, case management, and treatment planning for youth and families receiving Caring Together services. Caring Together is a newly awarded contract that will provide a “Continuum” of community-based wraparound services that are designed to maintain youth within their homes and support families as their primary caregivers. Position requires independent license in social work or mental health counseling (LICSW or LMHC) OR eligibility and receipt of license within 6 months of eligibility date.

Clinicians (Social Workers/Mental Health Counselors) – Available in the following Divisions: Adult, Child and Adolescent Outpatient; Acute Services; Substance Use Disorders – Full and Part-Time and Fee-For-Service in all of Berkshire County

  • These positions provide a full continuum of therapeutic and clinical services. These services are provided for children, adolescents, adults and families in a variety of settings throughout Berkshire County and include risk assessment, crisis intervention, family support and psychotherapy. All clinicians must receive license in Social Work or Mental Health Counseling within 6 months of eligibility date. Emergency Services Clinicians do not require license eligibility.

Clinician – Structured Outpatient Addiction Program – Full-Time in North Adams

  • This position is responsible for the daily operation of the Structured Outpatient Addiction Program. Responsibilities include person-served admission, participation and discharge and the implementation of the psycho-educational curriculums including group facilitation. License-eligibility (LICSW or LMHC) and experience with substance use disorders treatment required.

 

The following positions require a professional license or certification in the State of Massachusetts:

Registered Nurses AND/OR LPNs – Full and Part-Time and Per-Diem in Pittsfield and North Adams

  • Provides psychiatric nursing care, i.e., assessment, medication, education and monitoring of medication regimes and supervision of the general healthcare of residential clients. Also provides supervision for residents while assisting in daily living activities.

Opportunities Include:

  • Per-Diem RNs/LPNs in Pittsfield (Acute Services and Respite)

- A pre-employment CORI and RMV background check are required

Benefits Include: Extraordinary leave time accrual, Health Insurance with an available Health Reimbursement Account; Dental; Vision; Disability and Life Insurance and Flexible Spending. Also, Competitive salary with supplemental “overflow” for outpatient clinician positions and free supervision towards licensure (where applicable).

A pre-employment CORI and RMV background check are required.

The Brien Center is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

 

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to:                  

 

The Brien Center

Human Resources Department                        or                apply online at: www.briencenter.org  

PO Box 4219

Pittsfield, MA 01202-4219

2 open positions for Job Coaches – Part Time – Community Enterprises – Holyoke, Ma

Career Opportunity

Community Enterprises, Inc. is a growing multi-state human service organization empowering people with disabilities to live, learn, and work independently since 1975.

Title: Part-time Job Coach (2 positions)
Work Location: Holyoke, MA
Rate of Pay: $12.25 per hour
Schedule: Up to 25 hours per week, may include evenings and weekends

Daily schedule based on programmatic needs

 

Summary

The Job Coach provides orientation, training, and supervision of workers with disabilities, working one-to-one in a community business setting.

Required Skills

The ideal candidate must possess strong communication skills.  The ability to work independently in a team environment is necessary, as is flexibility to meet program needs. Knowledge of and respect for diverse populations is required.

Education, Training, and Experience

High School Diploma or GED with one year of paid employment, community service and/or training.  Human service experience is desired.

Other Requirements

Must have a valid driver’s license, a good driving record, the use of vehicle, and the willingness to transport program participants in a personal and/or agency vehicle.  Desire to do meaningful work and make a difference in someone’s life a must.  Bilingual/Bicultural experience is an asset.

Excellent Benefits Package

●  Flexible work schedules and a great work environment, encouraging professional and personal growth

●  Paid sick time

●  Employee Assistance and Wellness programs for employees and loved ones

●  403(b) retirement plan

 

Applications accepted until position is filled. Please submit letter of interest and resume/application to:

Ms. Jana McClure, Director

Community Enterprises, Inc.

287 High Street, 2nd floor

Holyoke, MA  01040

jmcclure@communityenterprises.com

Current employees of Community Enterprises are encouraged to apply for promotional or transfer opportunities. If you will need an accommodation for any part of the application process, please notify the hiring Director.

Thank you for your interest in a career with Community Enterprises!

www.communityenterprises.com

Employment Coordinator – Part Time – Community Enterprises – Worcester, Ma

Career Opportunity

Community Enterprises, Inc. is a growing multi-state human service organization empowering people with disabilities to live, learn, and work independently since 1975.

Title: Part-time Employment Coordinator
Work Location: Worcester, MA
Rate of Pay: $14.50 per hour
Schedule: 15 -20 hours per week, may include evenings and weekendsDaily schedule based on programmatic needs
   

Summary

The Employment Coordinator develops and services employment relationships between clients and community employers, providing access to an array of employment, job training, and educational opportunities. Responsibilities include job development, job placement, employer education, and customer relations.

Required Skills

The ideal candidate must possess strong communication skills, both oral and written.  The ability to work independently in a team environment is necessary, as is flexibility to meet program needs. Knowledge of and respect for diverse populations is required.  A good public relations manner is essential to represent the agency to customers and the public.

Education, Training, and Experience

High School degree or GED plus three years related experience OR Associate’s degree plus one year experience and/or training.  One year of supervisory or human service experience desired.

Other Requirements

Must have a valid driver’s license, a good driving record, the use of vehicle, and the willingness to transport program participants in a personal and/or agency vehicle.  Desire to do meaningful work and make a difference in someone’s life a must.  Bilingual/Bicultural experience is an asset.

Excellent Benefits Package

●  Flexible work schedules and a great work environment, encouraging professional and personal growth

●  Paid sick time

●  Employee Assistance and Wellness programs for employees and loved ones

●  403(b) retirement plan

 

Applications accepted until position is filled. Please submit letter of interest and resume/application to:

Mr. Ken Gagne, Regional Director

Community Enterprises, Inc.

65 James Street

Worcester, MA 01603

kgagne@communityenterprises.com

Current employees of Community Enterprises are encouraged to apply for promotional or transfer opportunities. If you will need an accommodation for any part of the application process, please notify the hiring Director.

Thank you for your interest in a career with Community Enterprises!

www.communityenterprises.com

Bank Teller – Part Time – Greylock Federal Credit Union

Greylock Federal Credit Union

Current Open Positions:
Part-Time Teller – Lanesboro Monday-Friday 1pm – 6 pm, rotating Saturdays at other locations

We are also looking for “Saturday tellers” at the following locations:
Elm Street
Merrill Road
Great Barrington
Adams
(The work schedule will be Saturdays and 1 to 2 days per week, up to a maximum of 13 hours per week):
You may access our employment application on the Greylock website www.greylock.org or contact hr@greylock.org.
Greylock Federal Credit Union

TELLER
Under the supervision of the Teller Supervisor, performs a variety of teller and member services to Credit Union members in conformance with established Credit Union policies, strategies and procedures.

Key Job Requirements:
1. Performs any functions, within scope of authority and expertise to provide the highest level of service and responsiveness to the members served by the Credit Union while performing all duties in accordance with prescribed regulatory compliance guidelines and Credit Union policies and procedures.
2. Accurately processes a variety of member transactions in accordance with cash handling procedures and policy (deposits, withdrawals, loan payments, check cashing, etc). Cross-trained to effectively image checks to assist with the Branch Capture function. Balances cash, work and ensures proper documentation is signed and stamped at end of day.
3. Actively cross sells and provides information concerning Credit Union products and services in accordance with Credit Union policies. Promotes Branch business development and seeks to broaden member base. Responds to member inquiries and refers to Member Services for further action as needed.
4. Adheres to branch security practices and guidelines (secures work station, keys, combinations, key-card and member information), and regulatory compliance. Accountable for organizing work station, inventorying cash/coin, requesting currency and hand counting upon receipt. Keeps abreast of ongoing changes, specific to job knowledge, through the use of comprehension exercises, questionnaires and the GOLD/BVS (Greylock Online Learning and Development) courses.
5. Actively participates in all sales campaigns through the use of The Product Knowledge Center, TMAs and Forums.

Related Responsibilities:
6. Uses Greylock’s principles of Relationship Decisioning.
7. Promotes the Credit Union wherever and whenever possible. Encouraged to actively represent the Credit Union in local civic, community and professional organizations.
The above is a description of the ordinary duties of the position. It should be expected that from time to time other duties related and unrelated to the above, may be assigned and, therefore, required.

Position Requirements:
• High School diploma or its equivalent.
• Six months cash handling experience in a financial or service related position preferred.
• Good organizational, interpersonal, communication, problem solving skills and attention to detail required.
• Ability to efficiently and effectively service high a volume of transactions.
• Perform as a team player, displaying positive and professional attitude toward members and co-workers.
• Ability to use various types of office equipment, including office software, spread sheet applications and adding machines and PC proficient in Microsoft Office.
• Ability to lift up to 25 pounds and stand for a long period of time.

Preschool Teacher – Full Time, Part Time or Substitue Positions Needed

South Berkshire Early Childhood Center, on-site at Muddy Brook Elementary School, Great Barrington

Responsibilities:

To plan and implement an educationally sound preschool program which includes nurturing, and meeting the needs of individual children with differing levels of development and emotional needs. The teacher will be responsible for implementing all EEC regulations and assuring the safety and well being of the children at all times.. S/he will be responsible for orienting and providing direct supervision to assistants, aides, volunteers and students regarding classroom safety, procedures and responsibilities. If interested in Lead Teacher position, additional responsibilities will include submitting a weekly literacy based lesson plan to the Director, completing progress reports in a timely fashion as outlined by EEC, maintaining materials, equipment and classroom, and carrying out the philosophy and policies of CCB.

Qualifications:

  •  B.A. or A.A. in Early Childhood preferred. Career path in early childhood education favored.
  • Must meet or be actively working to meet EEC teacher qualifications.
  • Minimally 9 months experience and child development class.
  • Must demonstrate dependability, maturity and flexibility
  • Must be in good health, free of contagious disease, and have up-to-date immunizations.
  • Must demonstrate nurturing skills with children, cooperativeness with adults and commitment to professional development.
  • Understands and implements developmentally appropriate practices for preschools.

Salary Range:

$8 – $13 per hour – depending on certification, education, and experience – with full-time/part-time benefit package: paid holiday, vacation, sick, and personal time, insurances, 403(b) retirement options.

Send resume and letter of interest that outline how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of the position to: Child Care of the Berkshires, P.O. Box 172, North Adams, MA 01247 or email hlabonte@ccberkshire.org

Child Care of the Berkshires is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer,
with a longstanding commitment to increasing diversity of the employee community.

Research Analyst – Part Time – Berkshire Community College

Date:                           September 18, 2014              

Title of Position:     Research Analyst (0.6 FTE)

Salary:                       Low $40s (0.6 FTE) commensurate with education and experience

Effective:                  Fall 2014


Position Overview:  Reporting to the Director of Institutional Effectiveness, the Research Analyst is responsible for performing a wide variety of duties including: serving as an advocate, resource, and facilitator for assessment of learning outcomes at the course, program, and institutional level; institutional data retrieval and reporting procedures and planning functions for the Office of Institutional Effectiveness; overseeing the preparation of all external institutional surveys; monitoring the tracking of all institutional, faculty and student data necessary to meet performance accountability standards and maintain annual state and federal compliances; and other analogous duties necessary to assist and support the Director in meeting the multiple diverse functions of the IE Office.  In the absence of the Director of Institutional Effectiveness, assumes responsibilities for the position.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 3 years of research experience required; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Demonstrated expertise in use of statistical/analytical methods and tools that support research and assessment required.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of, and experience working with, higher education or similar database systems, e.g., Datatel or similar relational database systems, data marts, and warehouses in organizing data for production of high quality statistical/analytical tables, charts, graphs required.  Knowledge and experience with Datatel preferred.
  • Knowledge and experience with federal and state data reporting including IPEDS preferred.
  • Knowledge and understanding of higher education institutional business practices, processes, operations and data systems preferred.
  • Demonstrated skills in data analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data and information in a user friendly manner that enhances usefulness of the information and facilitates effective planning, policy development, and performance assessment.
  • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communications as well as ability to collaborate with and motivate others.
  • Intermediate to advanced proficiency with Microsoft Office suite and conducting internet searches required.

Additional information:  Source of Funding:         01

Area of Assignment:   Institutional Effectiveness

Supervisor:      Director of Institutional Effectiveness

Review of applications begins October 1, 2014 and continues until position is filled.  For consideration, please submit cover letter, resume, and contact information for three current job-related references to Human Resources Office, Berkshire Community College, 1350 West Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201   hbailey@berkshirecc.edu


Berkshire Community College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity institution and does not discriminate on basis of race, creed, religion, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability, genetic information, maternity leave, military service, and national origin in its education programs or employment. All inquiries concerning application of the above should be directed to the Deborah Cote, Vice President for Human Resources, Affirmative Action Officer, and Coordinator of Title IX and Section 504, at 413-499-4660, ext 1022, Susan B. Anthony Annex Building, Room A19.