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About Our Team

The Eastern Shore Community Services Board (ESCSB) is a public behavioral healthcare provider licensed and funded through the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. Currently employing 165 individuals with a broad scope of knowledge and experience, we utilize a treatment team approach to serve people with mental health, developmental, and substance abuse disabilities.

Our mission is to collectively provide effective prevention and behavioral health services for individuals and families in order to improve their quality of life and health. Working together, we provide services that include outpatient counseling, residential, day support, medication management, 24 hour emergency, transportation, and case management.

As full-time employees we receive a comprehensive benefits package that includes:

  • Shared cost for retirement with the Virginia Retirement System
  • Shared cost for medical, dental, vision, and behavioral health insurance
  • Paid time off to include vacation, sick, personal, and holidays
  • Other optional benefits such as deferred compensation plans
  • In addition, the ESCSB is an approved site for the NHSC loan repayment program for licensed providers.

Part-time employees are eligible for a limited benefits package. For more information on those benefits, please contact Human Resources.

Job Openings

Substance Abuse Clinician (CSAC)

The Office of Prevention develops, promotes and delivers nationally recognized, evidence-based programs and services through a sustained comprehensive approach that incorporates home, family, school and community environments.

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MH Facility Technician

Full-time positions available for  Mental Health Skill Building  Specialists responsible for supporting the needs of individuals with mental illness in order to maintain them in a least restrictive, community-based environment.

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Consumer Services Specialist IV

Position Title

Substance Abuse Out-Patient Clinician

General Statement of Responsibilities

This professional level (FLSA Exempt) position has the responsibility for the provision of substance abuse counseling services operated under the direction of the Eastern Shore Community Services Board. Major emphasis is placed on the adult population.

General areas of responsibilities include:

  • The development and implementation of substance abuse treatment groups;
  • The day-to-day provision of clinical substance abuse services, including individual, group and family counseling; and
  • Inter- and intra-agency coordination of consumer services.

In carrying out position responsibilities, the incumbent reports to and receives supervision from the Coordinator of MH/SA Outpatient Services. The incumbent is required to exercise sound judgment, demonstrate initiative, maintain confidentiality, sustain intra- and inter-organizational working relationships, exercise time management skills and develop and maintain sound, qualitative, well-organized substance abuse clinical services.

MAJOR DUTIES

Provide adult clinical substance abuse services to include individual, group, and family counseling, as well as case management and follow-up services;

  • Provide in-service training, workshops, and other educational seminars;
  • Be available as a resource for service agencies for consultation, counseling, and prevention services;
  • Assess substance abusing consumers and significant others to develop individual treatment plans;
  • Alone or in coordination with SA case managers, facilitate arrangements for referral to appropriate out-patient or in-patient facilities;
  • Develop, facilitate and/or implement mental health promotion and SA prevention activities as needed;
  • Provide ongoing needs assessments for the development and implementation of SA intervention and prevention programs;
  • As directed, provide day time or after-hours emergency services;
  • Provide timely and appropriate written documentation of services provided in accordance with applicable Medicaid, licensure and/or agency regulations; and
  • Perform such other position-related duties as directed by the Coordinator of MH/SA Outpatient Services and/or Director of Clinical Services.
QUALIFICATIONS

The incumbent should have position-related experience with the population served in an outpatient setting, maintain certification as a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC), and possess the following knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Knowledge of

Chemical dependency and the treatment thereof, including knowledge of issues specific to the adult population; prevention and/or intervention programs; principles/techniques of individual, family, and group counseling; principles of case management and family systems dynamics; community resources; and crisis intervention.

Skill (s) in

Implementing substance abuse prevention and/or intervention programs, providing adult substance abuse clinical services; providing crisis intervention services; problem solving; applying family systems; completing needs assessment forms; and assisting in program development; and counseling/intervening with diverse and special populations.

Ability (ies) to

Implement prevention and/or intervention programs; provide adult out-patient counseling services; provide crisis intervention services; provide case management services; demonstrate initiative; maintain confidentiality; interface with local human services that may be of assistance in or have direct involvement with consumer services provision; effectively communicate in oral and written form.

HIPAA Access Level

2=access to all consumer information

ORGANIZATIONAL LOCATION

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL SERVICES
COORDINATOR OF MH/SA OUTPATIENT SERVICES
SA OUT-PATIENT CLINICIAN

SALARY&/OR HOURLY RATE RANGE:

Classification Level IX

EFFECTIVE DATE

September 1, 1999

POSITION DESCRIPTION CONTENT

Job descriptions are not intended to be, and should not be construed to be, all- inclusive lists of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions associated with a job.

While this job description is intended to be an accurate reflection of the job requirements, management reserves the right to modify, add, or remove duties from particular jobs and to assign other duties as necessary.

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Consumer Services Specialist IV

Position Title

Developmental Services Community Coordinator

The ESCSB has immediate openings for Mental Health Facility Technicians to work in it’s Onancock facility providing assistance for adults with serious mental illness. Prior experience in direct care services, providing assistance, and working in a transitional living facility is preferred. Duties include assisting individuals with activities to increase independent living skills and assisting with the security and maintenance of the facility.

A comprehensive benefit package for full-time positions includes retirement with the Virginia Retirement System; shared cost for medical, dental, prescription, vision, and behavioral health insurance; PTO in addition to paid holidays; deferred compensation plans and other optional benefits.

You may apply online. Adobe Reader 10.0 or higher is required. If you do not have Adobe Reader, click here for a free download and installation. Click here to complete an ESCSB application. Before you attempt to fill in or complete the application, download and save it to your computer desktop first. Next open that saved application on your computer desktop and fill in the necessary information in the application. After completing the application please save it to your desktop in order to ensure everything you have typed has been saved in the application. Next, send as an email attachment to the following email address: jobs@escsb.org

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Classification Title

Care Provider I

Position Title

MH Facility Technician

General Statement of Responsibilities

This professional level (FLSA Exempt) position has the responsibility for the provision of substance abuse counseling services operated under the direction of the Eastern Shore Community Services Board. Major emphasis is placed on the adult population.

General areas of responsibilities include:

  • The development and implementation of substance abuse treatment groups;
  • The day-to-day provision of clinical substance abuse services, including individual, group and family counseling; and
  • Inter- and intra-agency coordination of consumer services.

In carrying out position responsibilities, the incumbent reports to and receives supervision from the Coordinator of MH/SA Outpatient Services. The incumbent is required to exercise sound judgment, demonstrate initiative, maintain confidentiality, sustain intra- and inter-organizational working relationships, exercise time management skills and develop and maintain sound, qualitative, well-organized substance abuse clinical services.

MAJOR DUTIES

Provide adult clinical substance abuse services to include individual, group, and family counseling, as well as case management and follow-up services;

  • Provide in-service training, workshops, and other educational seminars;
  • Be available as a resource for service agencies for consultation, counseling, and prevention services;
  • Assess substance abusing consumers and significant others to develop individual treatment plans;
  • Alone or in coordination with SA case managers, facilitate arrangements for referral to appropriate out-patient or in-patient facilities;
  • Develop, facilitate and/or implement mental health promotion and SA prevention activities as needed;
  • Provide ongoing needs assessments for the development and implementation of SA intervention and prevention programs;
  • As directed, provide day time or after-hours emergency services;
  • Provide timely and appropriate written documentation of services provided in accordance with applicable Medicaid, licensure and/or agency regulations; and
  • Perform such other position-related duties as directed by the Coordinator of MH/SA Outpatient Services and/or Director of Clinical Services.
QUALIFICATIONS

The incumbent should have position-related experience with the population served in an outpatient setting, maintain certification as a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC), and possess the following knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Knowledge of

Chemical dependency and the treatment thereof, including knowledge of issues specific to the adult population; prevention and/or intervention programs; principles/techniques of individual, family, and group counseling; principles of case management and family systems dynamics; community resources; and crisis intervention.

Skill (s) in

Implementing substance abuse prevention and/or intervention programs, providing adult substance abuse clinical services; providing crisis intervention services; problem solving; applying family systems; completing needs assessment forms; and assisting in program development; and counseling/intervening with diverse and special populations.

Ability (ies) to

Implement prevention and/or intervention programs; provide adult out-patient counseling services; provide crisis intervention services; provide case management services; demonstrate initiative; maintain confidentiality; interface with local human services that may be of assistance in or have direct involvement with consumer services provision; effectively communicate in oral and written form.

HIPAA Access Level

2=access to all consumer information

ORGANIZATIONAL LOCATION

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL SERVICES
COORDINATOR OF MH/SA OUTPATIENT SERVICES
SA OUT-PATIENT CLINICIAN

SALARY&/OR HOURLY RATE RANGE:

Classification Level IX

EFFECTIVE DATE

September 1, 1999

POSITION DESCRIPTION CONTENT

Job descriptions are not intended to be, and should not be construed to be, all- inclusive lists of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions associated with a job.

While this job description is intended to be an accurate reflection of the job requirements, management reserves the right to modify, add, or remove duties from particular jobs and to assign other duties as necessary.

Mental Health Skill Building Specialist

Has full-time positions available for  Mental Health Skill Building  Specialists responsible for supporting the needs of individuals with mental illness in order to maintain them in a least restrictive, community-based environment.

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Developmental Disabilities Aide

The ESCSB has immediate openings for  full-time and part-time Developmental Disabilities Aides responsible for providing direct care services for individuals in the day support and residential programs.

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Classification Title

Consumer Services Specialist

Position Title

MH Skill Building Specialist

General Statement of Responsibilities

This professional level (FLSA Exempt) position has the responsibility for the provision of substance abuse counseling services operated under the direction of the Eastern Shore Community Services Board. Major emphasis is placed on the adult population.

General areas of responsibilities include:

  • The development and implementation of substance abuse treatment groups;
  • The day-to-day provision of clinical substance abuse services, including individual, group and family counseling; and
  • Inter- and intra-agency coordination of consumer services.

In carrying out position responsibilities, the incumbent reports to and receives supervision from the Coordinator of MH/SA Outpatient Services. The incumbent is required to exercise sound judgment, demonstrate initiative, maintain confidentiality, sustain intra- and inter-organizational working relationships, exercise time management skills and develop and maintain sound, qualitative, well-organized substance abuse clinical services.

MAJOR DUTIES

Provide adult clinical substance abuse services to include individual, group, and family counseling, as well as case management and follow-up services;

  • Provide in-service training, workshops, and other educational seminars;
  • Be available as a resource for service agencies for consultation, counseling, and prevention services;
  • Assess substance abusing consumers and significant others to develop individual treatment plans;
  • Alone or in coordination with SA case managers, facilitate arrangements for referral to appropriate out-patient or in-patient facilities;
  • Develop, facilitate and/or implement mental health promotion and SA prevention activities as needed;
  • Provide ongoing needs assessments for the development and implementation of SA intervention and prevention programs;
  • As directed, provide day time or after-hours emergency services;
  • Provide timely and appropriate written documentation of services provided in accordance with applicable Medicaid, licensure and/or agency regulations; and
  • Perform such other position-related duties as directed by the Coordinator of MH/SA Outpatient Services and/or Director of Clinical Services.
QUALIFICATIONS

The incumbent should have position-related experience with the population served in an outpatient setting, maintain certification as a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC), and possess the following knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Knowledge of

Chemical dependency and the treatment thereof, including knowledge of issues specific to the adult population; prevention and/or intervention programs; principles/techniques of individual, family, and group counseling; principles of case management and family systems dynamics; community resources; and crisis intervention.

Skill (s) in

Implementing substance abuse prevention and/or intervention programs, providing adult substance abuse clinical services; providing crisis intervention services; problem solving; applying family systems; completing needs assessment forms; and assisting in program development; and counseling/intervening with diverse and special populations.

Ability (ies) to

Implement prevention and/or intervention programs; provide adult out-patient counseling services; provide crisis intervention services; provide case management services; demonstrate initiative; maintain confidentiality; interface with local human services that may be of assistance in or have direct involvement with consumer services provision; effectively communicate in oral and written form.

HIPAA Access Level

2=access to all consumer information

ORGANIZATIONAL LOCATION

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL SERVICES
COORDINATOR OF MH/SA OUTPATIENT SERVICES
SA OUT-PATIENT CLINICIAN

SALARY&/OR HOURLY RATE RANGE:

Classification Level IX

EFFECTIVE DATE

September 1, 1999

POSITION DESCRIPTION CONTENT

Job descriptions are not intended to be, and should not be construed to be, all- inclusive lists of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions associated with a job.

While this job description is intended to be an accurate reflection of the job requirements, management reserves the right to modify, add, or remove duties from particular jobs and to assign other duties as necessary.

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Transportation Provider

Position Title

Driver (Part-time)

General Statement of Responsibilities

This professional level (FLSA Exempt) position has the responsibility for the provision of substance abuse counseling services operated under the direction of the Eastern Shore Community Services Board. Major emphasis is placed on the adult population.

General areas of responsibilities include:

  • The development and implementation of substance abuse treatment groups;
  • The day-to-day provision of clinical substance abuse services, including individual, group and family counseling; and
  • Inter- and intra-agency coordination of consumer services.

In carrying out position responsibilities, the incumbent reports to and receives supervision from the Coordinator of MH/SA Outpatient Services. The incumbent is required to exercise sound judgment, demonstrate initiative, maintain confidentiality, sustain intra- and inter-organizational working relationships, exercise time management skills and develop and maintain sound, qualitative, well-organized substance abuse clinical services.

MAJOR DUTIES

Provide adult clinical substance abuse services to include individual, group, and family counseling, as well as case management and follow-up services;

  • Provide in-service training, workshops, and other educational seminars;
  • Be available as a resource for service agencies for consultation, counseling, and prevention services;
  • Assess substance abusing consumers and significant others to develop individual treatment plans;
  • Alone or in coordination with SA case managers, facilitate arrangements for referral to appropriate out-patient or in-patient facilities;
  • Develop, facilitate and/or implement mental health promotion and SA prevention activities as needed;
  • Provide ongoing needs assessments for the development and implementation of SA intervention and prevention programs;
  • As directed, provide day time or after-hours emergency services;
  • Provide timely and appropriate written documentation of services provided in accordance with applicable Medicaid, licensure and/or agency regulations; and
  • Perform such other position-related duties as directed by the Coordinator of MH/SA Outpatient Services and/or Director of Clinical Services.
QUALIFICATIONS

The incumbent should have position-related experience with the population served in an outpatient setting, maintain certification as a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC), and possess the following knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Knowledge of

Chemical dependency and the treatment thereof, including knowledge of issues specific to the adult population; prevention and/or intervention programs; principles/techniques of individual, family, and group counseling; principles of case management and family systems dynamics; community resources; and crisis intervention.

Skill (s) in

Implementing substance abuse prevention and/or intervention programs, providing adult substance abuse clinical services; providing crisis intervention services; problem solving; applying family systems; completing needs assessment forms; and assisting in program development; and counseling/intervening with diverse and special populations.

Ability (ies) to

Implement prevention and/or intervention programs; provide adult out-patient counseling services; provide crisis intervention services; provide case management services; demonstrate initiative; maintain confidentiality; interface with local human services that may be of assistance in or have direct involvement with consumer services provision; effectively communicate in oral and written form.

HIPAA Access Level

2=access to all consumer information

ORGANIZATIONAL LOCATION

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL SERVICES
COORDINATOR OF MH/SA OUTPATIENT SERVICES
SA OUT-PATIENT CLINICIAN

SALARY&/OR HOURLY RATE RANGE:

Classification Level IX

EFFECTIVE DATE

September 1, 1999

POSITION DESCRIPTION CONTENT

Job descriptions are not intended to be, and should not be construed to be, all- inclusive lists of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions associated with a job.

While this job description is intended to be an accurate reflection of the job requirements, management reserves the right to modify, add, or remove duties from particular jobs and to assign other duties as necessary.

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Care Provider II

Position Title

Developmental Disabilities Aide

General Statement of Responsibilities

This professional level (FLSA Exempt) position has the responsibility for the provision of substance abuse counseling services operated under the direction of the Eastern Shore Community Services Board. Major emphasis is placed on the adult population.

General areas of responsibilities include:

  • The development and implementation of substance abuse treatment groups;
  • The day-to-day provision of clinical substance abuse services, including individual, group and family counseling; and
  • Inter- and intra-agency coordination of consumer services.

In carrying out position responsibilities, the incumbent reports to and receives supervision from the Coordinator of MH/SA Outpatient Services. The incumbent is required to exercise sound judgment, demonstrate initiative, maintain confidentiality, sustain intra- and inter-organizational working relationships, exercise time management skills and develop and maintain sound, qualitative, well-organized substance abuse clinical services.

MAJOR DUTIES

Provide adult clinical substance abuse services to include individual, group, and family counseling, as well as case management and follow-up services;

  • Provide in-service training, workshops, and other educational seminars;
  • Be available as a resource for service agencies for consultation, counseling, and prevention services;
  • Assess substance abusing consumers and significant others to develop individual treatment plans;
  • Alone or in coordination with SA case managers, facilitate arrangements for referral to appropriate out-patient or in-patient facilities;
  • Develop, facilitate and/or implement mental health promotion and SA prevention activities as needed;
  • Provide ongoing needs assessments for the development and implementation of SA intervention and prevention programs;
  • As directed, provide day time or after-hours emergency services;
  • Provide timely and appropriate written documentation of services provided in accordance with applicable Medicaid, licensure and/or agency regulations; and
  • Perform such other position-related duties as directed by the Coordinator of MH/SA Outpatient Services and/or Director of Clinical Services.
QUALIFICATIONS

The incumbent should have position-related experience with the population served in an outpatient setting, maintain certification as a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC), and possess the following knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Knowledge of

Chemical dependency and the treatment thereof, including knowledge of issues specific to the adult population; prevention and/or intervention programs; principles/techniques of individual, family, and group counseling; principles of case management and family systems dynamics; community resources; and crisis intervention.

Skill (s) in

Implementing substance abuse prevention and/or intervention programs, providing adult substance abuse clinical services; providing crisis intervention services; problem solving; applying family systems; completing needs assessment forms; and assisting in program development; and counseling/intervening with diverse and special populations.

Ability (ies) to

Implement prevention and/or intervention programs; provide adult out-patient counseling services; provide crisis intervention services; provide case management services; demonstrate initiative; maintain confidentiality; interface with local human services that may be of assistance in or have direct involvement with consumer services provision; effectively communicate in oral and written form.

HIPAA Access Level

2=access to all consumer information

ORGANIZATIONAL LOCATION

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL SERVICES
COORDINATOR OF MH/SA OUTPATIENT SERVICES
SA OUT-PATIENT CLINICIAN

SALARY&/OR HOURLY RATE RANGE:

Classification Level IX

EFFECTIVE DATE

September 1, 1999

POSITION DESCRIPTION CONTENT

Job descriptions are not intended to be, and should not be construed to be, all- inclusive lists of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions associated with a job.

While this job description is intended to be an accurate reflection of the job requirements, management reserves the right to modify, add, or remove duties from particular jobs and to assign other duties as necessary.

Senior Nurse

The ESCSB is recruiting for a Senior Nurse to work full-time in it’s Behavioral Health Care Center located in Parksley, VA. This position is responsible for assisting staff psychiatrists in the prescription, administration, monitoring and management of client medications and injections.

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Mental Health/Substance Abuse Case Manager

Full-time position available for a MH/SA Case Manager responsible for providing outreach services to individuals who are at rish of experiencing MH/SA diagnosis. Duties include identifying and coordinating community.

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Electronic Health Records Systems Administrator

The ESCSB is recruiting for a full-time Electronic Health Records Systems Administrator responsible for providing overall support for database design, management, analysis, and reporting; form creation, testing, implementation.

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Supervisor

Position Title

Senior Nurse

The ESCSB is recruiting for a Senior Nurse to work full-time in it’s Behavioral Healthcare Center located in Parksley, VA. This position is responsible for assisting staff psychiatrists in the prescription, administration, monitoring and management of client medications and injections, performing assessments and other treatment services, providing supportive counseling, completing required documentation,and staff supervision. Prior position related experience with the mental health population in an out-patient setting, coordinating related medical care, and supervisory experience is required. Must hold a current Virginia license as an LPN or Registered Nurse.

A comprehensive benefit package includes shared cost for retirement and group life insurance with the Virginia Retirement System; shared cost for medical, dental, prescription, vision, and behavioral health insurance; PTO in addition to paid holidays and personal leave; deferred compensation plans and other optional benefits.

You may apply online. Adobe Reader 10.0 or higher is required. If you do not have Adobe Reader, click here for a free download and installation. Click here to complete an ESCSB application. Before you attempt to fill in or complete the application, download and save it to your computer desktop first. Next open that saved application on your computer desktop and fill in the necessary information in the application. After completing the application please save it to your desktop in order to ensure everything you have typed has been saved in the application. Next, send as an email attachment to the following email address: jobs@escsb.org

A thoroughly completed ESCSB application is required. A resume may accompany the application but will not be considered alone. Applicants with an out-of-state driver’s license must submit a copy of their driving record with their application. The individual accepting this position will be subject to pre-employment drug testing and to a nationwide criminal background check via fingerprinting. The ESCSB participates in E-verify for employment eligibility. ESCSB is an EOE

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Consumer Services Specialist III

Position Title

MH /SA Case Manager – Outpatient Services

Full-time position available for a MH/SA Case Manager responsible for providing outreach services to individuals who are at rish of expreiencing MH/SA diagnosis. Duties include identifying and coordinating community resources in order to provide services; assist with treatment planning; provide education and supportive counseling; provide and/or arrange transportation, and complete documentation in accordance with licensure and regulation. Prior job-related experience in coordination of services is required.

A comprehensive benefit package includes retirement with the Virginia Retirement System; shared cost for medical, dental, prescription, vision, and behavioral health insurance; PTO in addition to paid holidays; deferred compensation plans and other optional benefits.

You may apply online. Adobe Reader 10.0 or higher is required. If you do not have Adobe Reader, click here for a free download and installation. Click here to complete an ESCSB application. Before you attempt to fill in or complete the application, download and save it to your computer desktop first. Next open that saved application on your computer desktop and fill in the necessary information in the application. After completing the application please save it to your desktop in order to ensure everything you have typed has been saved in the application. Next, send as an email attachment to the following email address: jobs@escsb.org

A thoroughly completed ESCSB application is required. A resume may accompany the application but will not be considered alone. Applicants with an out-of-state driver’s license must submit a copy of their driving record with their application. The individual accepting this position will be subject to pre-employment drug testing and to a nationwide criminal background check via fingerprinting. The ESCSB participates in E-verify for employment eligibility. ESCSB is an EOE

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IT Services Specialist

Position Title

Electronic Health Records Systems Administrator

The ESCSB is recruiting for a full-time Electronic Health Records Systems Administrator responsible for providing overall supoort for database design, management, analysis, and reporting; form creation, testing, implementation, and software and operations support for electronic health records. Strongly prefer experience with Microsoft’s Structured Query Language (SQL) in order to effectively write reports, analyze and resolve database problems. Experience with Credible’s Electronic Health Record reporting tools or other EHR is helpful. Clinical and/or medical billing background is also very beneficial. Experience in the field will be taken into consideration in lieu of a degree.

A comprehensive benefit package includes retirement with the Virginia Retirement System; shared cost for medical, dental, prescription, vision, and behavioral health insurance; PTO in addition to paid holidays; deferred compensation plans and other optional benefits.

You may apply online. Adobe Reader 10.0 or higher is required. If you do not have Adobe Reader, click here for a free download and installation. Click here to complete an ESCSB application. Before you attempt to fill in or complete the application, download and save it to your computer desktop first. Next open that saved application on your computer desktop and fill in the necessary information in the application. After completing the application please save it to your desktop in order to ensure everything you have typed has been saved in the application. Next, send as an email attachment to the following email address: jobs@escsb.org

A thoroughly completed ESCSB application is required. A resume may accompany the application but will not be considered alone. Applicants with an out-of-state driver’s license must submit a copy of their driving record with their application. The individual accepting this position will be subject to pre-employment drug testing and to a nationwide criminal background check via fingerprinting. The ESCSB participates in E-verify for employment eligibility. ESCSB is an EOE

Senior Clinician & Clinician

The Eastern Shore Community Services Board is recruiting for a licensed clinician (LCSW or LPC) or licensed eligible to provide outpatient services and assessments. Master’s degree is required with relevant work experience.

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Consumer Services Specialist IV

Position Title

Senior Clinician

The Eastern Shore Community Services Board is recruiting for a licensed clinician (LCSW or LPC) or licensed eligible to provide outpatient services and assessments. Master’s degree is required with relevant work experience. The Senior Clinician must be a LMHP in the state of Virginia. Successful candidates must be forward thinking, energetic and ready to make a positive change in the lives of the people of the Eastern Shore of VA.

A comprehensive benefit package includes retirement with the Virginia Retirement System; shared cost for medical, dental, prescription, vision, and behavioral health insurance; PTO in addition to paid holidays; deferred compensation plans and other optional benefits. And, the ESCSB is an approved site for the NHSC loan repayment program.

You may apply online. Adobe Reader 10.0 or higher is required. If you do not have Adobe Reader, click here for a free download and installation. Click here to complete an ESCSB application. Before you attempt to fill in or complete the application, download and save it to your computer desktop first. Next open that saved application on your computer desktop and fill in the necessary information in the application. After completing the application please save it to your desktop to ensure everything you have typed has been saved in the application. Next, send as an email attachment to the following email address: jobs@escsb.org

A thoroughly completed ESCSB application is required. Resumes may accompany the application but will not be considered alone. The individual accepting this position will be subject to a pre-employment drug test and nationwide criminal background check via fingerprinting. The ESCSB participates in E-Verify for employment eligibility. Open until filled. The ESCSB is an EOE.

How to Apply

Open positions with the ESCSB are listed above. Please click on the position(s) for which you wish to apply. Directions for submitting your application as well as lists of required supplemental information (licenses, etc.) are included with each posting. A thoroughly completed application must be submitted for each position of interest to you. The application is required; resumes may be sent as a supplement to the application but will not be accepted alone.

Unless noted otherwise, ESCSB positions are open until filled.

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Individuals experiencing a crisis should call 911 or
ESCSB emergency services call center at 757-442-7707