Who’s Hiring in Venango County

| December 2, 2021

hiringA look at which local companies have employment opportunities in Venango County and surrounding areas.

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Featured Jobs



Several Positions Available Through All Seasons Temporaries Inc.
All Seasons Temporaries, Inc.

All Seasons Temporaries, Inc. has several new job openings in the local area.

CAD Drafter

This job is located in Franklin, PA.

Monday – Friday

$17-$25/hr. non- exempt

Long Term Assignment

Weekly Pay

Responsibilities:

  • Create CAD models and detailed drawings to capture process, dimensions, inspections, and other pertinent engineering information utilizing knowledge of engineering principles
  • Work with other engineers and designers to ensure consistent and quality engineering design output
  • Collaborate as needed with shop employees regarding designs in manufacturing

Qualifications:

  • Pass pre-employment screening
  • A.S. Engineering with mechanical/ electrical focus, or equivalent experience
  • Proficient with Autodesk CAD tools. (Inventor, AutoCAD, Vault)
  • Experience with SAP business systems desired
  • Personable with excellent verbal/written communication skills and time management
  • High level of initiative with ability to work independently and as a part of a broader team
  • Experience with the design of industrial heavy equipment and machinery desired
  • Understanding of manufacturing techniques and assembly processes desired

Physical Requirements:

Ability to sit, stand. walk, kneel, reach and lift up to 20 lbs on occasion.

Send resume to tiffany@allseasonstemps.com


Assembly/Crater

Monday – Friday 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
$11/hr – Non-exempt

Potential for temporary to permanent

Qualified candidates must:

  • Pass Pre-Employment Screening
  • Be able to lift up to 40lbs
  • Be able to bend, kneel, push and pull
  • Have prior experience with hand/power tools
  • Follow all safety rules
  • Be reliable
  • Have steel toe boots

Job Description (but not limited to)

  • Assemble product
  • Prepare product for shipping
  • Assist with building crates for product
  • Maintain clean work space

For more information, call 814-437-2148 or send your resume to tiffany@allseasonstemps.com


Clarion School Secretary

Temporary Assignment
7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday – Friday

$12-$15/hour Non-Exempt

Qualified candidates must pass pre-employment screening and have clearances.

Duties (but not limited to):

  • Maintain school calendar
  • Coordinate special events
  • Prepare Flyers for circulation
  • Sort and distribute mail
  • Order office supplies
  • Filing
  • Accept payments
  • Assist with monitoring classrooms as needed

For more information, call 814-437-2148 or send your resume to tiffany@allseasonstemps.com.


Grinder

7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday – Friday

Potential for temporary to permanent employment.

Prior grinding experience required.

Potential growth into welding/fabrication.

Requirements:

  • Ability to lift, bend, push, pull and stand during 8 hour shift
  • Ability to read prints
  • Must be detail oriented
  • Must be reliable
  • Must pass pre-employment screening
  • Must follow all safety protocols

Paid weekly on ASTI payroll.

Call 814-437-2148 for more information.


Lumber Handlers – Endeavor, Pa.

$12/Hr. Non-Exempt

Temporary to permanent employment

6:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Weekly Pay.

Excellent benefits package after full-time hire probationary period has been met.

Requirements:

  • Must be able to stand, kneel, bend, push, and pull during 8-hour shift
  • Must be reliable
  • Must have a high school diploma

Duties: (but not limited to):

  • Sort, stack and count lumber
  • Bundle lumber accordingly
  • Properly run machines
  • Ability to work with team members to complete duties

For more information, call 814-437-2148 or send your resume to tiffany@allseasonstemps.com


Painter

$11/Hr. Non-Exempt

Will train on 1st shift 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for 90 days, then go to 2nd or 3rd shift

Potential for 90 days temp to perm.

Duties:

  • Read work orders- analyze require paint operation
  • Perform hand spray paint techniques overs a lengthy time span
  • Paint in a flat, horizontal, vertical, down, or overhead position
  • Be able to use a variety of hand tools

Requirements:

  • Steel-toed shoes
  • Push/pull 40 lbs.
  • Bend, twist, and stand for long periods of time
  • Pre-employment screening

For more information, call 814-437-2148 or send your resume to tiffany@allseasonstemps.com


Stick Layers and Bin Tenders – Marienville

$13/hour – 1st and 2nd shifts available – Non-Exempt

Job Requirements:

  • Ability to lift, bend, twist, and stand for duration shift
  • Must pass pre-employment screening
  • Must have steel-toed boots
  • Must have general mathematical skills
  • Must abide by all safety protocols
  • Understand lockout protocols
  • Must be able to work with a team

Duties (but not limited to):

  • Stack and sort lumber in appropriate slots
  • Count pieces in stacks
  • Tag bundles
  • Operate machines and make sure they do not jam
  • Clean machines when they are down
  • Maintain clean work spaces

For more information, call 814-437-2148 or send your resume to tiffany@allseasonstemps.com


About All Season’s Temporaries Inc.

All Season’s offices are located at 1288 Liberty Street in Franklin and 113 N. Broad Street in Grove City.

For more information, call 814-437-2148 for the Franklin office or 724-458-6777 for the Grove City office.

Interested individuals may contact either office for available assignments.



Student Assistance Program (SAP) Liaison – AICDAC
Armstrong-Indiana-Clarion Drug and Alcohol Commission

The Armstrong-Indiana-Clarion Drug and Alcohol Commission has three new full-time 9-month positions available for a Student Assistance Program Liaison to work with school students that have been referred by the school district SAP teams in each county.

These 3 positions are 9-month positions (September through May).

Each SAP Liaison will be responsible for attending the SAP Team meetings at each school in the assigned county, providing screening for SAP referrals, and coordinating assessments with Case Managers. SAP Liaisons will also be responsible for becoming active with the assigned schools, clubs, and groups to promote drug and alcohol prevention programs and activities.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree required in Education (degrees in this field are a plus), Social or Behavioral Sciences, and/or preferably one-year experience in drug and alcohol prevention, case management, or counseling skills. Applicants should be proficient in Microsoft programs and other computer skills. Candidates must have or be able to obtain the necessary clearances to work with children and have a driver’s license. Company vehicles are available for travel.

Salary is based on experience and qualifications.

Interested candidates need to submit a cover letter, references, and resume to Kami Anderson at kanderson@aicdac.org.



Residential Plumbing Service Technician
Luton’s Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning

Luton’s Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning, in Clarion, currently has an opening for a Residential Plumbing Service Technician.

Min Yrs Experience: 5 Years
Education: High School/GED
Salary Range: $45,000-$60,000

Job Description:
Plumbing Service Technician needed for small HVAC and Plumbing service company located in Clarion, PA. The successful candidate will be required to service, repair maintain, and at times install residential plumbing systems.

Technical abilities needed by the successful candidate include:

  • Water Heater service and installation
  • Pipe Fitting with Copper, PEX, Quest, CPVC, PVC, ABS, Poly and Iron/threaded pipe
  • Neat and quality workmanship
  • Pump service and installation
  • General troubleshooting
  • Gas line sizing
  • Drain Cleaning
  • Water conditioning

Personal attributes of the successful candidate include:

  • Good communication skills
  • Enjoy and be comfortable interacting with customers
  • Able to work independently
  • Ability to explore customer needs and provide them with service options to meet their needs
  • Safe driver
  • Desire to be a team member and participate in the development and execution of company policies

The essential functions of the Service Technician are to provide general mechanical repairs and services. This position handles service calls to customers in their homes and utilizes customer
service training to educate and assist customers in choosing service, products, and payment options.

Benefits Offered:

  • Medical
  • Retirement
  • Vehicle Provided
  • Gas

Other Benefits include:

  • Retirement plan with a 3% match by the company
  • Training
  • Paid holidays
  • Paid Vacation
  • Bonus – Bonuses and/or spiffs by program
  • Well stocked service van
  • Company provided cell phone
  • Possible relocation assistance
  • To apply, send resumes to info@lutonsplumbing.com



    Assistant Director/Enforcement Officer
    County of Clarion

    The County of Clarion currently has an opening for an Assistant Director/Enforcement Officer.

    POSITION: Assistant Director/Enforcement Officer

    LOCATION: Clarion County Domestic Relations Office, Clarion, PA

    TYPE POSITION: Level 1 (Full Time, 35 hours per week)

    SALARY RANGE: $29,120 – $34,580

    QUALIFICATIONS: Associate or Bachelor’s Degree and two years experience in family law or a similar combination of education and experience. Must have strong computer skills, supervisory and accounting experience.

    TO APPLY: Send a cover letter and resume with no less than three references to tkline@co.clarion.pa.us
    Any attachments must be in .pdf or .docx format

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 17, 2021

    OVERALL OBJECTIVES:
    The purpose of the position of Assistant Director/Enforcement Officer is to provide administrative support to the Director and process all requests through the PACSES system. This position will also work all enforcement remedies for support cases to obtain full, timely payment.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    • Perform necessary duties of the Director when absent
    • PACSES Administrator
      • Submit online requests for any problems that arise from PACSES/SCDU
      • Data Processing Service Requests
      • Financial Exceptions Requests
      • SCDU Coordinator
    • Enforcement
      • Prepare Contempt Petitions
      • Work daily enforcement alerts for compliance of court orders
      • Review files and determine necessary enforcement action
      • Schedule and conduct enforcement/contempt conferences
      • FIDM/MSFIDM-review all financial data matches received via mail alerts for processing
      • Review Credit Bureau reporting and process
      • Review driver’s license and recreational license suspensions and process
      • Process bench warrants, release orders and detainers
      • Maintain the incarceration log
    • Financials
      • Submit over the counter payments to SCDU via computer for processing and prepare bank deposits when Director is absent
      • Work the R902 (FTI report) daily
    • Prepare court orders and enter information onto PACSES for processing
      • Orders from contempt hearings
    • Prepare the DRS Hearing Officer’s Report and Recommendation for processing
    • Work a number of monthly Data Integrity Task (DIT) lists (per attached) and initiates the necessary action
    • Assist clients and workers daily with questions/complaints/concerns
    • Perform related duties as assigned by authorized personnel and back-up to office personnel when necessary
    • Read Daily Production and proceed accordingly with any new information being implemented by the PACSES project
    • Review and follow through with alerts received from CSLN
    • Attend contempt hearings and prepare court orders, as needed
    • Process and prepare emancipation orders
    • Prints Fee transmittal and help prepare/ help complete the MSE with Director monthly

    SUPERVISION RECEIVED:
    Report to the Director. Receive limited instruction or supervision in carrying out routine day-to-day tasks.

    SUPERVISION GIVEN:
    Provide supervision to Receptionist, Intake Caseworker, and Conference Officer as needed.

    WORKING CONDITIONS:
    The work environment characteristics described herein are representative of those the employee encounters while performing the essential functions of the position. The Assistant Director/Enforcement Officer works indoors on a regular basis in the office with minimal environmental factors.

    PHYSICAL/ MENTAL CONDITIONS:

    • Must possess the ability to do light work with occasional lifting/carrying of objects up to 20 pounds
    • Must be able to pay close attention to detail while being able to concentrate for long periods of time
    • Must be able to sit for long periods throughout the work day with occasional standing, walking, twisting and bending
    • Must possess the ability to convey and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree and 2 years of experience in family law, or a similar combination of experience and education required. Must have strong computer skills supervisory and accounting experience.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

    • Ability to work effectively with the public, co-workers, subordinates, and government officials
    • Ability to speak and write English fluently and to understand written and spoken English
    • Effective communication skills
    • Good interpersonal skills
    • Ability to exercise initiative and problem-solving skills in carrying out job duties, and to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant
    • Ability to function independently and to be flexible
    • Knowledge of modern office practices and equipment
    • Ability to become familiar with various legal publications, legal terminology and the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedures in order to comprehend various documents and schedule matters as dictated by rule and/or statute
    • Skilled in utilizing current word processing and spreadsheet software, such as Microsoft Office
    • Ability to handle a variety of unrelated issues simultaneously
    • Required to maintain strict confidentiality, as specifically set forth in the Court Personnel and Procedures Manual
    • Partisan political activity prohibited

    CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER



    Home Health/Hospice Aide
    Clarion Forest VNA

    Clarion Forest VNA is seeking a full-time Home Health/Hospice Aide.

    Their home health/hospice aides provide personal care services to both home health and hospice patients in their home and other skilled healthcare facilities primarily in Clarion and Forest Counties. The individual best fit for this position is well-organized and has excellent customer service skills.

    Requirements:

    • CNA preferred but not required
    • Reliable Transportation is a must; traveling to patient homes required
    • Valid Driver’s License
    • CPR certification preferred
    • Able to work in a variety of settings and conditions

    Work hours are primarily Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.; plus rotating evenings, weekends, and holidays.

    Full-time employees are eligible for Health, Dental, Vision, 401K, generous PTO, and more!

    Applications can be obtained at www.cfvna.org and sent with a resume to Human Resources, 271 Perkins Road, Clarion, PA, 16214 or via email to hrinfo@cfvna.org.

    For additional information, please contact Clarion Forest VNA at 814-297-8400.

    EOE



    Administrative Assistant
    County of Clarion

    The Clarion County MH/DD/Transportation department currently has an opening for a Administrative Assistant.

    POSITION: Administrative Assistant, Non-exempt, Full-Time, 80 hours per pay

    DEPARTMENT: Mental Health (MH)/Developmental Disability (DD), Clarion, PA

    PAY GRADE: $29,390.40 – $32,329.44/annually

    BENEFITS: Up to family coverage for health, dental, and vision insurance effective first of the month after the date of hire (employee pays 12.5% of the premium, the county pays 87.5%). $1,500 yearly stipend if you do not need the county insurance. Life insurance coverage at no cost to employees. 5 Vacation days first year, 10 vacation days starting the second year, 3 personal days per year, 10 sick days per year, 13 paid holidays off. Enrollment in Clarion County’s Pension plan (vested after 5 years, eligible to retire at 55 with 20 years of service).

    POSTING DATE: Thursday, December 2, 2021

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: Thursday, December 16, 2021, at 4:00 PM.

    QUALIFICATIONS: A Bachelor’s Degree and one year of administrative support experience; or any equivalent combination of experience and training.

    HOW TO APPLY
    A County application is required to be considered for the advertised vacancy.
    Applications are available at: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php


    OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF JOB
    Provide administrative support to County Mental Health Administration staff. This includes, reconciliation of contracts, contract management and coordination. This position will also verify accurate billing by reviewing provider notes to compare to contracted services. The Admin. Assistant will gather, record, store and disseminate information to local, state, federal and private agencies by a number of various means and processes.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF JOB

    1. Performs varied provider relations duties
    2. Participates in the Mental Health providers meetings. Prepares and plans for the Mental Health Advisory Board meetings to include dates, times, location, invitations, and agendas/li>
    3. Provide contract management in accordance with processes and procedures established by Clarion County Mental Health Department and the Board of Commissioners
    4. Prepares budget estimates and various other fiscal and statistical reports in relation to contracts, services, and yearly data reporting
    5. Monitor and ensure that all assigned programs meet contract deliverable as determined by the Mental Health Dept. or other contract entities
    6. Ensures the preparation of all contract addendums between Clarion Mental Health Dept. and its service and business providers including maintaining protocol for contract preparation, completion and dissemination; editorial overview; and tracking receipt of completed contracts in accordance to Appendix “C” MH/DD/EI
    7. Participates in audits of service providers contracted by the Mental Health Department. Provide feedback or corrective action reviews to the providers during a post audit interview
    8. Performs project management and tracking of task, including assigning tasks, setting deadlines and timeframes, updating materials and compiling results; ensures efficient prioritizing and scheduling of the people, events and items requiring attention
    9. Assists the Mental Health Administrator/Deputy Administrator in a variety of specialized administrative projects and duties and operates under federal, state, and local guidelines
    10. Reads and interprets documents such as program requirements and regulations, procedure manuals and service orders
    11. Arranges meetings as requested by the MH Administrator/Deputy Administrator
    12. Be proficient in multiple software programs such as HCSIS, PROMISE and E-System
    13. Composes letters, memos, reports, and other departmental correspondence as required. Reviews and recommends appropriate content, formatting, presentation, etc
    14. Responds to inquiries from other County departments, external agencies, staff, and the public, directing to appropriate area as needed
    15. Data entry and reports on such places as PICS (ACT 77) and CCRI POMS, E-System
    16. Gather and process statistical gathered from the BSU
    17. Maintain quality relations with BHARP and CCBHO

    OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB

    1. Attend staffing, training, and other meetings as required.
    2. Proficient with computer programs
    3. Performs other job-related work as required

    SUPERVISION GIVEN
    Reports directly to the Mental Health Administrator and receives occasional instructions and supervision regarding daily work duties.

    WORKING CONDITIONS

    1. Works indoors in adequate workspace, lighting, temperature and ventilation
    2. Works with average indoor exposure to noise and stress, but subject to frequent disruptions
    3. Works with average indoor exposure to dust/dirt, noise, stress, and disruptions.
    4. Travels periodically to other work sites as needed

    PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS

    1. Must possess ability to record, convey and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions
    2. Must possess hearing, seeing, speaking, and reasoning senses necessary to carry out job duties.
    3. Must be able to sit for long periods during the workday, with frequent standing, walking and occasional bending, twisting, stooping, reaching, and grasping as necessary to carry out essential job duties
    4. Dexterity requirements range from simple to coordinated movements of fingers/hands; to simple movements of feet/legs/torso as necessary to carry out job duties
    5. Light work, with occasional lifting/carrying of objects with weights of 20-30 pounds
    6. Must be able to cope with the physical and mental stress of the position
    7. Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work

    QUALIFICATIONS

    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
    A Bachelor’s Degree and one year of administrative support experience; or any equivalent combination of experience and training.

    Necessary Special Requirement: Must possess a Pennsylvania driver’s license.

    CLEARANCES

    • Must work in conjunction with employer to apply for Act 34 PA State Police Criminal History, Act 151 PA Child Abuse and FBI clearances prior to employment. All clearances must reflect acceptable results.
    • Must not appear on Preclusion Lists as defined by “Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance Bulletin 99-11-05 Provider Screening of Employees and Contractors for Exclusion from Participating in Federal Healthcare Programs.”

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

    1. Must be able to speak and understand the English language and to follow oral and written instructions
    2. Must possess effective oral and written communication skills
    3. Must possess ability to function independently, have flexibility and personal integrity and the ability to work effectively with clients, authorities, co-workers, and others
    4. Must possess the technical knowledge of operating personal computers and other office equipment
    5. Must possess general knowledge of modern office practices and procedures and have the ability to apply same to essential duties of the job and develop efficiencies
    6. Must possess ability to perform simple math calculations with accuracy and reasonable speed
    7. Must possess ability to learn county, state and federal rules and regulations, procedures, and practices
    8. Must be willing and able to work within strict rules of confidentiality in regard to client information and records
    9. Must possess ability to prepare and maintain files and reports
    10. Must be able to type with accuracy and efficiency
    11. Must possess the ability to compose replies to routine correspondence
    12. Must be comfortable working with a variety of computer applications and software
    13. Must possess excellent organizational skills and the ability to prioritize and coordinate several schedules and/or projects with accuracy and efficiency
    14. Must possess the skills necessary to prepare, edit and format grammatically correct written materials

    HOW TO APPLY
    A County application and transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are only accepted for positions in which the county is actively recruiting. Applications received for positions not being advertised or general/blanket applications will be discarded.

    Applications are available:

    • Online by visiting:
      www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php
    • In-Person by visiting the Clarion County Human Resource Office on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building located at 330 Main Street, Clarion, PA 16214
    • By fax or e-mail. You must contact the Clarion County Human Resource Office by calling 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 to share your e-mail or fax number.

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: Thursday, December 16, 2021, at 4:00 PM.

    CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
    CLARION COUNTY IS A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE

    APPLICANTS WHO REQUIRE SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION1S DUE TO A DISABILITY SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 FOR ASSISTANCE.



    Administrative Officer
    County of Clarion

    The Clarion County MH/DD/Transportation department currently has an opening for a Administrative Officer.

    POSITION: Administrative Officer, Full Time, 40 hours/week, Exempt

    DEPARTMENT: MH/DD/Transportation

    PAY GRADE: $35,600 annually

    BENEFITS: Up to family coverage for health, dental, and vision insurance effective first of the month after the date of hire (employee pays 12.5% of the premium, the county pays 87.5%). $1,500 stipend if you do not need the county insurance. Life insurance coverage at no cost to employees. Exempt allocation of 20 vacation days, 3 personal days per year, 10 sick days per year, 13 paid holidays off. Enrollment in Clarion County’s Pension plan (vested after 5 years, eligible to retire at 55 with 20 years of service).

    POSTING DATE: Thursday, December 2, 2021

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: Thursday, December 16, 2021, at 4:00 PM.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Two years of experience in varied office management or staff work; and a bachelor’s degree; or any equivalent combination of experience and training.

    HOW TO APPLY
    A County application is required to be considered for the advertised vacancy.
    Applications are available at: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php


    OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF JOB
    An employee in this class is responsible for relieving a high level professional or administrative official of a variety of administrative details. Work involves analyzing administrative operations, policies, and procedures, and preparing and implementing recommendations on procedural, budget, and personnel actions. Work may involve the supervision of a staff of technical or clerical employees engaged primarily in a single activity. Assignments require detailed knowledge of the functions, procedures, and organization of the agency or program in which the incumbent is employed and may require familiarity with technical terminology and principles. Work includes public contact in accomplishing assignments and effective public relations. Regular duties and special assignments are received through general instructions or through the employee’s initiative and are performed with considerable independence. Completed work and performance are reviewed by a professional or administrative superior for soundness of reasoning, effectiveness, and conformance with established policies and objectives.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF JOB

    1. Studies and analyzes administrative operations and problems, prepares detailed and comprehensive reports of findings and recommendations, and assists in implementing procedural or policy changes.
    2. Performs public contact work in gathering information, resolving complaints, engendering support, and providing information.
    3. Serves as administrative officer of a county agency responsible for functions of moderate complexity and scope; schedules, prepares agendas, and makes arrangements for hearings or meetings; supervises various clerical and stenographic activities.
    4. Supervises a staff of technical or clerical employees engaged primarily in a single activity.
    5. Assists a high level professional or administrative official in the management of agency programs.
    6. Prepares recommendations and justifications for changes in policies and procedures, budget requests, personnel actions, and management and office services activities.
    7. Prepares budget estimates and other fiscal and statistical reports, and monitors budget expenditures
    8. Insures adherence to administrative standards through maintenance of control systems
    9. Reviews correspondence, news sources, technical literature, and departmental activities, and informs superior of significant developments and problems
    10. Collects, interprets, analyzes, and summarizes information to be used as a basis for executive action
    11. Monitors client files to ensure compliance with regulations and established policies and procedures
    12. Remains current with regulations and bulletins regarding transportation services
    13. Confirms trips were taken by MATP consumers
    14. Reviews monthly invoices, codes and prepares the invoices for processing
    15. Prepares quarterly reports for processing
    16. Complies list of MA doctors for verification
    17. Enters data from trip sheets for invoice processing and eligibility checks
    18. Prepares mileage reimbursements for MATP recipients
    19. Works cooperatively with transportation dispatch and county departments to assist with client eligibility and maintaining accurate information within the software systems
    20. Attends trainings, meetings, and conference calls as directed
    21. Prepares purchase requisitions as assigned
    22. Maintains statistical data needed for use in required reports and financial statements
    23. Compiles reports from statistical/financial data for submission to local, state, and federal licensing/reviewing bodies as required
    24. Maintains general ledger accounts by program as assigned by supervisor
    25. Assists in compiling and monitoring provider contracts for fiscal integrity
    26. Maintains detailed financial data on grant/funding sources as assigned
    27. Maintains payroll records to include allocation spreadsheets as assigned
    28. Provides routine financial assistance to program staff

    OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB

    1. Assists in answering phone and performing other duties within office as necessary
    2. Attends meetings and/or training as required
    3. Performs other job-related work duties as required

    SUPERVISION RECEIVED
    Receives instruction and supervision from Supervisor in regard to daily work duties.

    SUPERVISION GIVEN
    None

    WORKING CONDITIONS

    1. Works indoors in adequate workspace, lighting, temperature and ventilation
    2. Works with average indoor exposure to noise, stress and disruptions
    3. Occasionally deals with angry or disruptive individuals
    4. Normal indoor exposure to dust/dirt
    5. Travels periodically to perform essential job duties

    PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS

    1. Must possess the ability to record, convey and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions
    2. Must be able to sit for long periods throughout the workday, with intermittent periods of standing, walking, bending, twisting and reaching necessary to carry out duties of job
    3. Dexterity requirements range from simple to coordinated movements of fingers/hands; feet/legs; torso necessary to carry out duties of job
    4. Sedentary work, with occasional lifting/carrying of objects with a maximum weight of ten pounds
    5. Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work

    QUALIFICATIONS
    Two years of experience in varied office management or staff work; and a bachelor’s degree; or any equivalent combination of experience and training.

    CLEARANCES

    • Must work in conjunction with employer to apply for Act 34 PA State Police Criminal History, Act 151 PA Child Abuse and FBI clearances prior to employment. All clearances must reflect acceptable results.
    • Must not appear on Preclusion Lists as defined by “Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance Bulletin 99-11-05 Provider Screening of Employees and Contractors for Exclusion from Participating in Federal Healthcare Programs.”

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

    1. Must be able to speak and understand the English language in an understandable manner in order to carry out essential job duties
    2. Must possess above-average ability to pay attention to detail, accuracy and concentration of work
    3. Must possess good organizational, math and bookkeeping skills, including knowledge of budgets and financial reports
    4. Must possess the ability to handle a high volume of work efficiently
    5. Must possess the ability to maintain confidentiality in regard to client information and records
    6. Must possess working knowledge of operating personal computers and other office equipment
    7. Must possess good communication and interpersonal skills
    8. Must have ability to prepare required reports in a timely and accurate manner
    9. Must possess knowledge of and understand federal, state and county laws, policies and procedures in regard to accounting practices and methods
    10. Must possess knowledge of or ability to learn general accounting methods, policies and procedures, and the ability to prepare required financial reports and statements
    11. Must possess some knowledge of or ability to learn and apply Medical Assistance, SSI, Social Security and other benefits to clients as department requires

    HOW TO APPLY
    A County application and transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are only accepted for positions in which the county is actively recruiting. Applications received for positions not being advertised or general/blanket applications will be discarded.

    Applications are available:

    • Online by visiting:
      www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php
    • In-Person by visiting the Clarion County Human Resource Office on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building located at 330 Main Street, Clarion, PA 16214
    • By fax or e-mail. You must contact the Clarion County Human Resource Office by calling 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 to share your e-mail or fax number.

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: Thursday, December 16, 2021, at 4:00 PM.

    CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
    CLARION COUNTY IS A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE

    APPLICANTS WHO REQUIRE SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION1S DUE TO A DISABILITY SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 FOR ASSISTANCE.



    Waiver Coordinator
    County of Clarion

    The Clarion County Developmental Disability department currently has an opening for a Waiver Coordinator.

    POSITION: Waiver Coordinator- Exempt, Full-Time, 80 hours per pay

    DEPARTMENT: Developmental Disability (DD), Clarion, PA

    PAY GRADE: $35,600 annually

    BENEFITS: Up to family coverage for health, dental, and vision insurance effective first of the month after the date of hire. Vacation, personal, and sick time off, 13 paid holidays off. Enrollment in Clarion County’s Pension plan.

    POSTING DATE: December 2, 2021

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: December 16, 2021, at 4:00 PM.

    HOW TO APPLY
    A County application is required to be considered for the advertised vacancy.
    Applications are available at: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php


    OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF JOB
    The primary responsibility of this position is to assure consistent quality for all recipients of the Waiver Services programming delivered by the Clarion County Developmental Disability (DD) Administrative Entity. Important aspects of this work are the annual Individual Service Plan (ISP) review and approval in the Home and Community Service Information System (HCSIS) system, and the assurance of compliance with all State and Federal regulations pertaining to the delivery of Waiver Services for DD and Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) per the current Administrative Entity Operating Agreement with the Office of Developmental Programming.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF JOB

    1. Directs Waiver Program for Administrative Entity:
      • Attends training sessions, Regional and State meetings pertaining to waiver and HCSIS.
      • Assists Deputy Administrator with periodic program review of all waiver service providers including provider qualification and provider monitoring using state created documents and HCSIS or other state specified electronic reporting platform.
      • Ensures that all Individual Service Plans are completed for each waiver consumer and kept current at all times.
      • Conducts monthly review and maintenance of PUNS (Priority of Urgency of Needs) “waiting” list for waiver services.
      • Acts as the liaison between the AE and contracted agencies on waiver specific issues
      • Directs Service Coordination Unit in the completion of all Waiver Eligibility processes including but not limited to:
        1. Certification and re-certification of waiver recipients
        2. Compliance with “Due Process” issues/fair hearing documentation
        3. Assurance of Consumer choice and service preference
        4. Maintenance of waiver forms and documents for compliance with AE oversight process
      • Serves as point person for Statewide Employment initiatives, strategic plan and employment efforts within AE
      • Serves as point person for Statewide Lifesharing initiatives, strategic plan and lifesharing efforts within the AE
      • Serves as point person for Regional Positive Practices Committee and PPRT Processes
    2. Provides guidance to the DD Supports Coordination Unit staff
      • Provides direction and technical assistance to staff regarding all aspects of waiver programming
      • Approves Individual Support Plans (ISP) in HCSIS
      • Conducts assigned HCSIS rolls and activities necessary for completion of provider rates and individualized units
      • Is responsible for waiver file maintenance and ensures accuracy of filing system
      • Is responsible for waiver intake and eligibility activities to assure level of care and medical need for waiver
      • Assists with prioritizing queue for wait list and participates in waiver capacity activities as needed
      • Reviews assessments for needs and assures that service requests are forwarded to regional reviewers for approval
      • Makes service requests to regional point for new or expanded services as well as requests for exceptions to prescribed limits using state forms and processes
      • Notifies individuals of Due Process Rights and participates in Fair Hearing requests
      • Coordinates training on waiver related subjects with SC Provider(s)
      • Develops and coordinates routine Waiver monitoring review for compliance with ODP regulations
      • Assists SC Unit Supervisor with trainings related to employment, lifesharing, Positive Practices and other waiver related initiatives
    3. Works closely with Deputy Administrator
      • Assists with monitoring the quality of services to the consumers delivered by the contracted providers and recommends changes in program operation and plans when necessary
      • Assists with and is an active participant in Provider Qualification Process
      • Assists Deputy Administrator in management processes, program planning and evaluation of contracted and direct services
      • Reviews existing policies and procedures and makes recommendations for updates; creates drafts of new policies and procedures for Administrative approval in the areas of waiver, file maintenance, team processes and state guidelines
    4. Prepares reports, documentation and correspondence, as necessary
    5. Attends various meetings, in-service trainings, and staff development meetings as directed by DD Deputy or County Administrator

    OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB

    1. Assists in answering phone and performing other duties within office as necessary
    2. Attends meetings and/or training as required
    3. Performs other job-related work duties as required

    SUPERVISION RECEIVED
    Direct supervision and evaluation is provided by the DD Deputy Administrator through consultation and regularly scheduled staff meetings.

    SUPERVISION GIVEN
    None

    WORKING CONDITIONS

    1. Works indoors in adequate workspace, lighting, temperature and ventilation
    2. Works with average indoor exposure to noise, stress and disruptions
    3. Occasionally deals with angry or disruptive individuals
    4. Normal indoor exposure to dust/dirt
    5. Travels periodically to perform essential job duties

    PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS

    1. Must possess the ability to record, convey and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions
    2. Must be able to sit for long periods throughout the workday, with intermittent periods of standing, walking, bending, twisting and reaching necessary to carry out duties of job
    3. Dexterity requirements range from simple to coordinated movements of fingers/hands; feet/legs; torso necessary to carry out duties of job
    4. Sedentary work, with occasional lifting/carrying of objects with a maximum weight of ten pounds
    5. Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work

    QUALIFICATIONS
    Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Services or related field and two years’ experience in human services; or any equivalent combination of experience and training.

    CLEARANCES

    • Must work in conjunction with employer to apply for Act 34 PA State Police Criminal History, Act 151 PA Child Abuse and FBI clearances prior to employment. All clearances must reflect acceptable results.
    • Must not appear on Preclusion Lists as defined by “Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance Bulletin 99-11-05 Provider Screening of Employees and Contractors for Exclusion from Participating in Federal Healthcare Programs.”

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

    1. Considerable knowledge of supports coordination principles per ODP guidance
    2. Considerable knowledge of all waiver specific regulation per the AE Operating Agreement
    3. Considerable knowledge of current social, economic, and health problems and resources related to developmental disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorder
    4. Considerable knowledge of individual and group behavior and ways or working effectively with persons who have social, economic, emotion or health problems
    5. Knowledge of the basic principles and methods of program interpretations and community organization
    6. Ability to teach others and provide in-service training
    7. Ability to work effectively with people and aid them in constructively adjusting to their specific problems
    8. Complies with the HIPAA privacy and security regulations that govern disclosure of protected health information and follows all procedures developed by the agency to comply with those regulations. Access to protected health information is limited as identified on the attached workforce designation

    HOW TO APPLY
    A County application and transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are only accepted for positions in which the county is actively recruiting. Applications received for positions not being advertised or general/blanket applications will be discarded.

    Applications are available:

    • Online by visiting:
      www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php
    • In-Person by visiting the Clarion County Human Resource Office on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building located at 330 Main Street, Clarion, PA 16214
    • By fax or e-mail. You must contact the Clarion County Human Resource Office by calling 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 to share your e-mail or fax number.

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: December 16, 2021, at 4:00 PM.

    CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
    CLARION COUNTY IS A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE

    APPLICANTS WHO REQUIRE SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION1S DUE TO A DISABILITY SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 FOR ASSISTANCE.



    Paraprofessional
    Keystone School District

    Keystone School District is currently looking to fill a Paraprofessional position.

    Position available immediately. The candidate should be highly qualified or willing to complete requirements.

    Interested candidates should send Letter of Interest, Resume, Certificate, Current Act 34, 114, 151, and 168 Clearances and Three (3) Letters of Reference to:

    Mrs. Teresa Young, Superintendent
    Keystone School District
    451 Huston Avenue
    Knox, PA 16232

    Deadline: December 17, 2021 or until position is filled



    Drug and Alcohol Counselor Assistant
    Abraxas

    Abraxas currently has an opening for a Drug and Alcohol Counselor Assistant at their Marienville facility.

    Facility: ABRAXAS I

    Compensation Base: $16.00 – $22.53 per hour

    Compensation Bonus: $3,000

    Equal Opportunity Employer.

    $3,000 Sign on Bonus

    Abraxas Youth and Family Services is a national leader in the operation of residential treatment facilities and community-based programs for troubled youth and their families. We offer a wide array of services to include life skills, mental health services, cognitive behavioral therapy, family counseling, drug and alcohol treatment, case management services, recreational activities as well as vocational and educational services. Abraxas is a great place to start your career whether you have a high school diploma or GED, military experience, some college, or a bachelor or advanced degree. If you are interested in counseling, juvenile justice, psychology, social work, teaching or just want to make a difference, we have a career path for you. Help change lives at Abraxas Youth and Family Services.

    Summary:

    The Drug and Alcohol Counselor Assistant, under close supervision and/or direct observation of a treatment supervisor, provides a full range of counseling/case management services to delinquent/dependent youth with substance abuse/use problems. The drug & alcohol counselor assistant is a full-time, entry-level position. Once the counselor assistant completes the required amount of supervision and clinical experience, he/she will be promoted to a full-time drug & alcohol counselor position.

    Essential Functions:

    • Develops and implements treatment plans to include the provision of at least ten (10) hours of treatment services during primary care hours each week.
    • Provides individual counseling and completes related documentation.
    • Provides caseload group counseling and completes related documentation.
    • Facilitates family sessions and completes related documentation.
    • Facilitates drug & alcohol treatment groups and completes related documentation.
    • Facilitates therapeutic recreation groups and completes related documentation.
    • Oversees work therapy activities and completes related documentation.
    • Participates in and documents case consultations, including quarterly treatment reviews.
    • Writes progress/court reports as necessary and discharge summaries.
    • Attends court hearings.
    • Maintains regular contact and communicates effectively with juvenile probation officers/case workers, including them in the treatment process and updating them on clients’ progress.
    • Maintains regular contact and communicates effectively with parents/legal guardians, including them in the treatment process and updating them on clients’ progress.
    • Provides continuing care planning by making contacts to appropriate referrals and writing the plan.
    • Supports the Abraxas philosophy and mission and promotes the Seven Key Principles of care.
    • Demonstrates appropriate use of Safe Crisis Management techniques and skills.

    Job Requirements

    Minimum Requirements:

    The following educational requirements are acceptable for this classification including:

    • Current licensure in the Commonwealth as a registered nurse; OR
    • Associate’s degree in chemical dependency, psychology, social work, counseling, nursing or related; OR
    • Bachelor’s degree in chemical dependency, psychology, social work, counseling, nursing or other related field; OR
    • Master’s degree in chemical dependency, psychology, social work, counseling, nursing or other related field.

    Other Qualifications:

    • Criminal clearances (Act 33 and 34, specific State & child clearances and, if necessary, FBI).
    • Non-communicable diseases physical exam.
    • Valid driver’s license from employee’s state of residence.
    • Valid registered vehicle insurance.
    • At least twenty-one (21) years of age.
    • Ability to work with computers and the necessary software typically used by the department.
    • Ability to work overtime as required.
    • Ability to handle physical and mental stress associated with working extended hours.
    • Ability to work up to sixteen (16) hours within a rolling twenty-four (24) hour period.

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    Mental Health Aide
    Abraxas

    Abraxas is currently looking to hire a Mental Health Aide at their Marienville facility.

    Facility: ABRAXAS I

    Compensation Base: $15.00 an hour – $18.54 an hour

    Compensation Bonus: $3,000 Sign-on Bonus

    Equal Opportunity Employer.

    $3,000 Sign-on Bonus

    Abraxas Youth and Family Services is a national leader in the operation of residential treatment facilities and community-based programs for troubled youth and their families. We offer a wide array of services to include life skills, mental health services, cognitive behavioral therapy, family counseling, drug and alcohol treatment, case management services, recreational activities as well as vocational and educational services. Abraxas is a great place to start your career whether you have a high school diploma or GED, military experience, some college, or a bachelor or advanced degree. If you are interested in counseling, juvenile justice, psychology, social work, teaching or just want to make a difference, we have a career path for you. Help change lives at Abraxas Youth and Family Services.

    Summary:

    The primary function of the Mental Health Aide is to supervise clients with chronic or acute mental disorders during the sleeping hours in a manner that ensures their safety and security.

    Essential Functions:

    • Conducts random /unpredictable head counts/bed checks (minimum of once every twelve minutes) to ensure client location.
    • Conducts outside building security checks.
    • Complete security calls to Night Supervisor.
    • Observes client behavior and intervenes appropriately.
    • Ensures compliance with policies and procedure for the program/facility i.e. curfew, lights out, fire/safety, cleanliness, control, and supply inventory.
    • Provides for physical safety and security of clients while under staff member supervision.
    • Maintains confidentiality of information related to client information.
    • Assists with the mentoring and training of new level staff members.
    • Reports significant client changes in behavior, attitude, or physical condition to higher-level staff members.
    • Observes activities and responds accordingly including emergency situations such as evacuation, CPR, or first aid.
    • Assists with suppressing and controlling problems that occur within the program/facility.
    • Adheres to departmental policies and procedures to ensure regulatory compliance with current departmental practices and meet guidelines as outlined by outside referral and licensing agencies.
    • Ensures compliance with federal, state, local licensing, and reporting requirements.
    • Supports the Abraxas philosophy and mission and promotes the Seven Key Principles of care.
    • Demonstrates appropriate use of Safe Crisis Management techniques and skills.

    Job Requirements

    Minimum Requirements:

    The following educational requirements are acceptable for this classification including:

    • High School Diploma or GED.

    Other Qualifications:

    • At least twenty-one (21) years of age.
    • Criminal clearances (Act 33 and 34, specific State & child clearances and, if necessary, FBI).
    • Non-communicable diseases physical exam.
    • Valid driver’s license from employee’s state of residence.
    • Valid registered vehicle insurance.
    • Ability to work with computers and the necessary software typically used by the department.
    • Ability to work overtime as required.
    • Ability to handle physical and mental stress associated with working extended hours.
    • Ability to work up to sixteen (16) hours within a rolling 24 hour period.

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    Drug and Alcohol Counselor
    Abraxas

    Abraxas is currently looking to hire a Drug and Alcohol Counselor at their Marienville facility.

    Facility: ABRAXAS I

    Compensation Base: $18.48 an hour – $26.51 an hour

    Compensation Bonus: $3,000 Sign on Bonus


    Equal Opportunity Employer.
    $3,000 Sign-on Bonus

    Abraxas Youth and Family Services is a national leader in the operation of residential treatment facilities and community-based programs for troubled youth and their families. We offer a wide array of services to include life skills, mental health services, cognitive behavioral therapy, family counseling, drug and alcohol treatment, case management services, recreational activities as well as vocational and educational services. Abraxas is a great place to start your career whether you have a high school diploma or GED, military experience, some college, or a bachelor or advanced degree. If you are interested in counseling, juvenile justice, psychology, social work, teaching or just want to make a difference, we have a career path for you. Help change lives at Abraxas Youth and Family Services.

    Summary

    The Drug and Alcohol Counselor provides a full range of counseling/case management services to delinquent/dependent youth with substance abuse/dependency problems.

    Essential Functions:

    • Develops and implements treatment plans to include the provision of at least ten (10) hours of treatment services during primary care hours each week
    • Provides individual counseling and completes related documentation
    • Provides caseload group counseling and completes related documentation
    • Facilitates family sessions and completes related documentation
    • Facilitates drug & alcohol treatment groups and completes related documentation
    • Facilitates therapeutic recreation groups and completes related documentation
    • Oversees work therapy activities and completes related documentation
    • Participates in and documents case consultations, including quarterly treatment reviews, red flag reviews, and administrative reviews
    • Writes progress/court reports as necessary and discharge summaries
    • Attends court hearings
    • Maintains regular contact and communicates effectively with juvenile probation officers/case workers, including them in the treatment process and updating them on clients’ progress
    • Maintains regular contact and communicates effectively with parents/legal guardians, including them in the treatment process and updating them on clients’ progress
    • Provides continuing care planning by making contacts to appropriate referrals and writing the plan
    • Supports the Abraxas philosophy and mission and promotes the Seven Key Principles of care
    • Demonstrates appropriate use of Safe Crisis Management techniques and skills

    Job Requirements
    Minimum Requirements:

    The following educational requirements are acceptable for this classification including:

    • A.D.C. or National Certification; OR
    • Current licensure in the Commonwealth as a registered nurse and a degree from an accredited school of nursing and one year of counseling experience; OR
    • Associate’s degree in chemical dependency, psychology, social work, counseling, nursing or related field and two years of clinical experience; OR
    • Bachelor’s degree in chemical dependency, psychology, social work, counseling, nursing or other related field and one year of clinical experience; OR
    • Master’s degree in chemical dependency, psychology, social work, counseling, nursing or other related field, which includes a practicum in a health and human service agency, preferably in a drug and alcohol setting

    Other Qualifications:

    • Criminal clearances (Act 33 and 34, specific State & child clearances and, if necessary, FBI)
    • Non-communicable diseases physical exam
    • Valid driver’s license from employee’s state of residence
    • Valid registered vehicle insurance
    • At least twenty-one (21) years of age
    • Ability to work with computers and the necessary software typically used by the department
    • Ability to work overtime as required
    • Ability to handle physical and mental stress associated with working extended hours
    • Ability to work up to sixteen (16) hours within a rolling 24 hour period

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    Registered Nurse
    Abraxas

    Abraxas is currently looking to hire a Registered Nurse at their Marienville facility.

    Facility: ABRAXAS I

    Compensation Base: $20.87 an hour – $33.57 an hour

    Compensation Bonus: $5,000 Sign on Bonus


    Equal Opportunity Employer.
    $5,000 Sign-on Bonus

    Summary

    Provides nursing intervention(s) to improve and maintain the physical and emotional health of patient(s). Coordinates nursing care activities with emphasis on assessment of patient’s needs, plans and delivers direct or indirect care, and evaluates results of nursing care. Works as part of the multidisciplinary team.

    Essential Functions:

    • Performs the required initial nursing assessments utilizing the Nursing process
    • Ability to evaluate medical needs of the patient and work with a multi-disciplinary team to assist in facets of the Recovery Program relating to physical health
    • Assesses changes in patient’s status and reports appropriate physical/mental status information to the physician, mid-level practitioner, or other pertinent personnel
    • Develops the healthcare portion of the treatment plan within
    • Provides nursing reassessments on the treatment plan based on patient’s progress and as goals are achieved
    • Accepts and transcribes verbal and written physician orders and incorporates them into the treatment plan as indicated
    • Ensures patient safety including the reporting of incidents and medication errors
    • Flexibility to adapt to schedule changes and assumption of responsibilities not delineated in the job description which are related to work as a member of an addiction/behavioral health treatment team
    • Monitors the self-administration program
    • Updates physician and interdisciplinary team on patient’s current and potential medical problems with proper documentation
    • Protects patients’ privacy and patients’ rights. Communicates/endorses accurate information regarding patients’ status and care during shift reports. Evaluates patient response and reaction (if any) to medications and/or medical treatments administered. Documents patient responses.
    • Recommends/revises nursing interventions in collaboration with other staff according to evaluation of progress or significant changes in the patient’s condition
    • Provides patient care as a member of the interdisciplinary team
    • Attends and participates in staff meetings and in-services. Attends professional seminars. Is responsible for providing evidence of continuing education. Participates in the orientation of new employees, program interns, and volunteers. Attends mandatory in-services.
    • Provides for the patient’s health education needs
    • Responsible for the use and allocation of various resources, i.e., time, personnel, and supplies
    • Participates as directed in the Quality Improvement Process
    • Follows up on medical/psychiatric referrals
    • Participates in the infection control program
    • Adheres to confidentiality requirements
    • Attends mandatory in-services
    • Knowledge of the procedures to follow in the event of an incident
    • Knowledge of job responsibility in emergency
    • Knowledge of responsibility regarding actions to minimize, eliminate, and report risks
    • Supports the Abraxas philosophy and mission and promotes the Seven Key Principles of care
    • Demonstrates appropriate use of Safe Crisis Management techniques and skills

    Job Requirements
    Minimum Requirements:

    The following educational requirements are acceptable for this classification including:

    • Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in Pennsylvania
    • Minimum three (3) years experience as an LPN or RN and previous experience in the mental health field, or chemical dependency field or equivalent education/academic preparation required

    Other Qualifications:

    • At least twenty-one (21) years of age
    • Criminal clearances (Act 33 and 34, specific State & child clearances and, if necessary, FBI)
    • Non-communicable diseases physical exam
    • Valid driver’s license from employee’s state of residence
    • Ability to work with computers and the necessary software typically used by the department
    • Ability to work overtime as required
    • Ability to work up to sixteen (16) hours within a rolling 24 hour period
    • Ability to handle physical and mental stress associated with working extended hours

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    Caseworker 1- Intake
    County of Clarion

    Clarion County Children and Youth Services currently has an opening for a Caseworker 1- Intake.

    POSITION: Caseworker 1-Intake- Non-exempt, Full-Time, 80 hours per pay

    DEPARTMENT: Children & Youth Services, Clarion, PA

    PAY GRADE: $13.59/hour starting rate, Eligible for two 2.5% raises after completion of Foundations training and another 2.5% raise with promotion to Caseworker 2.

    BENEFITS: Up to family coverage for health, dental, and vision insurance effective first of the month after the date of hire (employee pays 12.5% of the premium, the county pays 87.5%). $1,500 yearly stipend if you do not need the county insurance. Life insurance coverage at no cost to employees. 5 Vacation days first year, 10 vacation days starting the second year, 3 personal days per year, 10 sick days per year, 13 paid holidays off. Enrollment in Clarion County’s Pension plan (vested after 5 years, eligible to retire at 55 with 20 years of service).

    POSTING DATE: November 24, 2021

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: December 8, 2021 at 4:00 p.m.

    QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor’s degree which includes or is supplemented by successful completion of 12 college credits in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice, or other related social sciences.

    HOW TO APPLY:
    A County application and copy of your transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy.

    Applications are available at: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php

    OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF JOB:
    To perform intake assessments for all individuals entering the county human service programs, provide daytime and after-hours coverage for protective services of Children and Youth Services. The primary function of the after-hours work is to assure the immediate safety of children through the provision of assessment and referral to community-based services.


    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF JOB

    1. Conducts intake or assessment interviews to determine immediate needs of children and families.
    2. Provides crisis and/or supportive counseling to stabilize children and families.
    3. Provides walk-in, telephone, and mobile crisis intervention services to children and families.
    4. Investigates allegations of sexual abuse, assesses risk, assures safety of child(ren) and if appropriate, makes referrals for ongoing treatment.
    5. Investigates allegations of physical abuse, sexual abuse, assesses risk, assures safety and if appropriate, makes referrals for ongoing treatment.
    6. Assesses individuals for need of emergency mental health services.
    7. Provides information, referral and other required services to individuals and/or families of developmental disabilities or substance abuse services.
    8. Assists the individual in the development or enhancement of their natural support systems.
    9. Develops and implements service plans for individuals based on preventing further abuse from occurring.
    10. Provides for necessary arrangements according to individual’s needs; makes referrals/contacts to other community services/agencies to help fulfill the service plan.
    11. Maintains accurate documentation and records on individuals.
    12. Attends court hearings and writes reports as needed.
    13. Testifies in court, if necessary, regarding children’s needs; prepares summaries for court as requested.
    14. Prepares required reports as mandated by federal, state, or county policies and procedures.
    15. Completes necessary filing and maintenance of records.
    16. Utilizes computer and other office equipment as needed.
    17. Maintains statistics on pertinent data base and completes required paperwork/reports.
    18. Assists individuals in making appointments, including helping the individual arrange transportation. Transports individual as a last resort.
    19. Travels periodically and makes home visits to individuals as necessary to complete the investigatory process.

    OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB

    1. Attends staffings, training, and other meetings as required.
    2. Attends meetings, training, and seminars as necessary.
    3. Attends certification trainings as required under Act 151 of the Child Protective Services Law, Title 23 PA. C.S.
    4. Required to work flexible schedule in order to meet the needs of consumers.
    5. Performs other job-related work as required.

    QUALIFICATIONS EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

    A bachelor’s degree which includes or is supplemented by successful completion of 12 college credits in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice, or other related social sciences; or successful completion of 6-month probationary period as Caseworker Intern; or an equivalent combination of education or related experience unless regulatory requirements state otherwise. Necessary Special Requirement: Must possess a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license.

    CLEARANCES:

    • Must work in conjunction with the employer to apply for Act 34 PA State Police Criminal History, Act 151 PA Child Abuse and FBI clearances prior to employment. All clearances must reflect acceptable results.
    • Must not appear on Preclusion Lists as defined by “Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance Bulletin 99-11-05 Provider Screening of Employees and Contractors for Exclusion from Participating in Federal Healthcare Programs.”

    SUPERVISION RECEIVED:
    Incumbent must demonstrate the ability to work with minimal supervision. Must be able to formulate an immediate plan of action while in the field, with little or no direct supervisory links. Formal supervision provided by Casework Supervisor.

    WORKING CONDITIONS:

    1. Works indoors in adequate workspace, lighting, temperatures, and ventilation.
    2. Works with average indoor exposure to noise, but subject to frequent disruptions and stress.
    3. Normal indoor exposure to dust/dirt.
    4. Works in conditions of potential outbursts or disruptive behavior of individuals.
    5. Travels frequently during all seasons and is exposed to outdoor elements, including snow and icy roadways.
    6. Works frequently outside the office and is exposed to above-average dust/dirt/odors and smoke.
    7. Works non-traditional hours and maintains flexible work schedule.

    PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS:

    1. Must possess above-average ability to record, convey, and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions.
    2. Usually performs job functions in a high-stress environment.
    3. Must be able to sit and/or drive for long periods throughout the workday with intermittent periods of standing, walking, bending, twisting, and reaching as necessary to carry out essential duties of job.
    4. Dexterity requirements range from simple to coordinated movements of fingers/hands; feet/legs; torso as necessary to carry out duties of job.
    5. Sedentary work, with occasional lifting/carrying of objects with a maximum weight of fifty (50) pounds.
    6. Must be able to cope with the physical and mental stress of the position.
    7. Must be able to physically and mentally react quickly in the event of a disturbance or physical outbreak.
    8. Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work.
    9. Must have above-average ability to think clearly and act decisively.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

    1. Must be able to speak and understand the English language in an understandable manner in order to carry out essential job duties.
    2. Must possess effective communication and interpersonal skills.
    3. Must possess initiative and problem-solving skills.
    4. Must possess the ability to function independently, have flexibility, and the ability to work effectively with individuals, co-workers, and others.
    5. Must possess the ability to maintain confidentiality in regard to individuals’ information and records.
    6. Must possess ability to operate personal computer and related software, to type and utilize other office equipment, and to prepare required reports.
    7. Must possess ability to make accurate observations and documentation of it in regard to individuals’ needs and make determinations of risk assessment.
    8. Must possess the academic knowledge and some skill in promoting therapies and social service work and skills with children and youth and families.
    9. Must possess knowledge of child development and the ability to conduct assessments and investigations.
    10. Must possess ability to provide structured and unstructured life skills instructions and guidance to individuals as needed.
    11. Must possess the ability to express empathy and understanding to all individuals.
    12. Must be able to interact effectively with children and youth, department staff, counselors, attorneys, and the courts.
    13. Must be able to work effectively with persons involved in the criminal and/or juvenile justice system.
    14. Must be able to rapidly establish rapport with individuals having behavioral health, substance abuse, or intellectual challenges.
    15. Must have some knowledge of the judicial and court system as it relates to child services.
    16. Must have transportation available and a willingness to travel for work-related job duties.

    HOW TO APPLY
    A County application and transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are only accepted for positions in which the county is actively recruiting. Applications received for positions not being advertised or general/blanket applications will be discarded.

    Applications are available:

    • Online by visiting:
      www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php
    • In-Person by visiting the Clarion County Human Resource Office on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building located at 330 Main Street, Clarion, PA 16214
    • By fax or e-mail. You must contact the Clarion County Human Resource Office by calling 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 to share your e-mail or fax number.

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: December 8, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

    CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
    CLARION COUNTY IS A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE

    APPLICANTS WHO REQUIRE SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS DUE TO A DISABILITY SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 FOR ASSISTANCE.



    Caseworker 1- Ongoing
    County of Clarion

    Clarion County Children and Youth Services currently has an opening for a Caseworker 1- Ongoing.

    POSITION: Caseworker 1-Ongoing, Full-Time, 80 hours per pay

    DEPARTMENT: Children & Youth Services, Clarion, PA

    PAY GRADE: $13.59/hour starting rate, Eligible for two 2.5% raises after completion of Foundations training and another 2.5% raise with promotion to Caseworker 2.

    BENEFITS: Up to family coverage for health, dental, and vision insurance effective first of the month after the date of hire (employee pays 12.5% of the premium, the county pays 87.5%). $1,500 stipend if you do not need the county insurance. Life insurance coverage at no cost to employees. 5 Vacation days first year, 10 vacation days starting the second year, 3 personal days per year, 10 sick days per year, 13 paid holidays off. Enrollment in Clarion County’s Pension plan (vested after 5 years, eligible to retire at 55 with 20 years of service).

    POSTING DATE: November 24, 2021

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: December 8, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

    QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor’s degree which includes or is supplemented by successful completion of 12 college credits in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice, or other related social sciences.

    HOW TO APPLY
    A County application and copy of your transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy.
    Applications are available at: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php


    OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF JOB
    To provide support to children and/or youth and families experiencing abuse, neglect, or other difficulties, and provide services, either directly or through service linkage, designed to improve family problem solving and coping strategies. An important aspect of this work is the employment of casework skills in obtaining essential information, counseling clients and family members, and help to utilize all available resources. As well, services must adhere to all agency policies and regulatory standards as established by law in such a manner as to prevent injury or risk. The population served shall be any Clarion County family whose child and/or children are at risk.

    EXAMPLES OF DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

    1. Conducts intake or preliminary interviews to determine needs of individuals/families.
    2. Provides protective and supportive services for abused or neglected children.
    3. Review all information gathered by the Intake Department
    4. Advocates for and empowers children and families.
    5. Provides advocacy and assesses degree of risk to child.
    6. Develops and implements plans for children and families based on assessed needs. This may include but is not limited to family service plans, risk assessments, and safety assessments.
    7. Monitors services provided by contracted agencies.
    8. Continually assesses the adequacy of client services plans and revises, when necessary, to achieve goals and objectives.
    9. Works in a team setting. Schedules, plans, and at times leads team meetings.
    10. Provides for necessary arrangements according to individual’s/family needs; makes referrals/contacts to other community services/agencies as necessary.
    11. Assists individuals in arranging appointments for themselves and family members; and provides transportation if needed.
    12. Teaches clients home and budget management, childcare, and parenting skills; and assists with housing, employment, recreation and living arrangements, as required.
    13. Attends court hearings, testifies, and writes reports approximately every three months.
    14. Maintains regular contacts with individuals, families, and/or guardians through home and office or school visits as required by regulation.
    15. Maintains accurate documentation. Prepares reports and other paperwork within timeframes mandated by federal or state regulation and/or county policy.
    16. Travels frequently and makes home visits at least per state regulations.
    17. Completes necessary filing and maintenance of records.
    18. Documents case activity through records, correspondence, and reports according to applicable policies and procedures.
    19. Utilizes computer to document all coordination activities in the CAPS database. Uses other office equipment such as fax machine, scanner, etc., as needed.
    20. Meet at least weekly with the Casework Supervisor to review service provision.
    21. Identify concerns to supervisor re: level of care received by children in their home or in placement, i.e., foster home, shelter, residential, residential treatment.
    22. Upon certification by the State as a Direct Service Worker, participate in the On-Call rotation for after-hours emergency services.
    23. Comply with the HIPAA privacy and security regulations that govern disclosure of protected health information and follow all procedures developed by the agency to comply with those regulations. Access to protected health information is limited as identified on the attached workforce designation.

    OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB

    1. Attends staffing, training and other meetings as required.
    2. Attends certification trainings as required under Act 151 of the Child Protective Services Law, Title 23 PA, C.S. and Chapter 6.
    3. Performs other job-related work as required.

    QUALIFICATIONS
    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

    A bachelor’s degree which includes or is supplemented by successful completion of 12 college credits in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice, or other related social sciences; or successful completion of 6-month probationary period as Caseworker Intern; or an equivalent combination of education or related experience unless regulatory requirements state otherwise. Necessary Special Requirement: Must possess a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license.

    CLEARANCES

    • Must work in conjunction with employer to apply for Act 34 PA State Police Criminal History, Act 151 PA Child Abuse and FBI clearances prior to employment. All clearances must reflect acceptable results.
    • Must not appear on Preclusion Lists as defined by “Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance Bulletin 99-11-05 Provider Screening of Employees and Contractors for Exclusion from Participating in Federal Healthcare Programs.”

    SUPERVISION EXERCISED
    None

    SUPERVISION RECEIVED
    Receives continuous instruction and regular supervision from Supervisor in regard to daily work duties.

    WORKING CONDITIONS

    1. Works indoors with adequate workspace, lighting, temperatures, and ventilation.
    2. Works with average indoor exposure to noise, but subject to frequent disruptions and stress.
    3. Normal indoor exposure to dust/dirt.
    4. Works in conditions of potential outbursts or disruptive behavior of clients.
    5. Travels frequently during all seasons and is exposed to outdoor elements, including snow and icy roadways.
    6. Works frequently outside the office and is exposed to above-average dust/dirt/odors and smoke.
    7. Occasionally works evenings or weekends as needed.

    PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS

    1. Must possess the ability to record, convey and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions.
    2. Must be able to sit and/or drive for long periods throughout the workday, with intermittent periods of standing, walking, bending, twisting, and reaching as necessary to carry out essential duties of job.
    3. Dexterity requirements range from simple to coordinated movements of fingers/hands, feet/legs, torso necessary to carry out duties of job.
    4. Sedentary work, with occasional lifting/carrying of objects with a maximum weight of ten pounds.
    5. Must be able to cope with the physical and mental stress of the position.
    6. Must be able to physically and mentally react quickly in the event of a disturbance or physical outbreak.
    7. Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work.

    REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

    1. Must be able to speak and understand the English language in an understandable manner in order to carry out essential job duties.
    2. Must possess effective communication and interpersonal skills.
    3. Must possess initiative and problem-solving skills.
    4. Must possess the ability to function independently, have the flexibility and the ability to work effectively with individuals, families, co-workers, and others.
    5. Must possess the ability to maintain confidentiality in regard to individual information and records.
    6. Must possess the ability to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant such action.
    7. Must possess the technical knowledge of operating personal computers and other office equipment.
    8. Must possess a valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License and daily access to reliable transportation. Travel will be throughout the county to complete assessments, monitor conditions, and provide interventions in the individual’s homes within the county.
    9. Must understand and comply with all mandatory reporting requirements of CYS.
    10. Must possess the principles and practices used in social service work, and the ability to apply those principles and practices within the scope of the position.
    11. Must possess knowledge of social, economic, and health problems and resources and be able to interact effectively with said resources on the individual’s behalf.
    12. Must possess the ability to conduct thorough, complete assessments using prescribed instruments and to determine the most appropriate, least restrictive level of care needed.
    13. Must possess the ability to plan and organize work and prepare adequate records and reports.
    14. Must possess the ability to practice organizational and stress management skills and to practice use of good judgment.
    15. Must possess the ability to deliver and evaluate appropriate services to consumers and to monitor the effectiveness of such services.
    16. Must possess some technical knowledge of operating personal computers and related software, or the ability to learn and operate with reasonable accuracy and speed.
    17. Must possess the ability to interpret regulations, policies, and procedures, and apply them accordingly.
    18. Must possess the ability to work with persons who have physical, mental, or emotional disabilities, who are economically disadvantaged and may be involved in the court system, and advocate on their behalf.
    19. Must be able to interact effectively with internal agency staff, state department staff, counselors, foster parents, provider agencies, attorneys, and court.
    20. Must possess the ability to make accurate observations and documentation of same in regard to each individual’s needs and make determinations of risk assessment.
    21. Must possess some knowledge of child development and the ability to conduct assessments and investigations.
    22. Must possess the ability to provide structured and unstructured life skills instructions and guidance to individuals as needed.
    23. Must be able and willing to learn about the juvenile court system as it relates to child services and apply that knowledge to essential job duties.

    HOW TO APPLY
    A County application and transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are only accepted for positions in which the county is actively recruiting. Applications received for positions not being advertised or general/blanket applications will be discarded.

    Applications are available:

    • Online by visiting:
      www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php
    • In-Person by visiting the Clarion County Human Resource Office on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building located at 330 Main Street, Clarion, PA 16214
    • By fax or e-mail. You must contact the Clarion County Human Resource Office by calling 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 to share your e-mail or fax number.

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: December 8, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

    CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
    CLARION COUNTY IS A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE

    APPLICANTS WHO REQUIRE SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS DUE TO A DISABILITY SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 FOR ASSISTANCE.



    Forensic Liaison
    County of Clarion

    The Clarion County Mental Health department currently has an opening for a Forensic Liaison.

    POSITION: Forensic Liaison- Non-exempt, Full-Time, 80 hours per pay

    DEPARTMENT: Mental Health (MH), Clarion, PA

    PAY GRADE: $31,200.00-$34,320.00

    BENEFITS: Up to family coverage for health, dental, and vision insurance effective first of the month after the date of hire (employee pays 12.5% of the premium, the county pays 87.5%). $1,500 yearly stipend if you do not need the county insurance. Life insurance coverage at no cost to employees. 5 Vacation days first year, 10 vacation days starting the second year, 3 personal days per year, 10 sick days per year, 13 paid holidays off. Enrollment in Clarion County’s Pension plan (vested after 5 years, eligible to retire at 55 with 20 years of service).

    POSTING DATE: Monday, November 24, 2021

    HOW TO APPLY: A County application is required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are available at: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php

    OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF JOB: This is an administrative position that provides assistance to Clarion County residents who are forensically hospitalized, incarcerated, inpatients at a Long-Term Structured Rehabilitation facility (LTSR) or Extended Acute Care treatment program (EAC). The Forensic Liaison will work closely with Warren State Hospital, Torrance State hospital, or any other state hospital in the Commonwealth. This position will collaborate with the facility and patients to provide services, case management, and other assistance through the County Mental Health Office.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF JOB:

    1. Administratively case manage Clarion County residents who are forensically involved with MH/DD services
    2. Attend Mental Health Review Officer hearings (MHRO) as a Clarion County representative
    3. Attend treatment team meetings in person or over the phone for those that are hospitalized or in treatment facilities
    4. Assist with gathering information and required reports for admission to the LTSR
    5. Work closely with the LTSR staff with treatment planning and discharge coordination
    6. Assist the DD Program with forensically involved individuals
    7. Assist with the process of applying for Competency Evaluations and Restoration
    8. Complete follow–up meetings with those being discharged from correction centers and treatment facilities
    9. Make referrals to the Base Service Unit (BSU) and other community support programs when appropriate
    10. Assist with employment, mental health treatment, medical treatment, food, clothing, transportation and housing and any other Social Determinants of Health needs
    11. Communicate with the Dept. of Corrections (DOC) to ensure mental health service follow up upon release
    12. Provide liaison services to the Courts, District Attorney, Probation, Public Defender, private attorneys, corrections, law enforcement and the BSU
    13. Coordinate, schedule and attend meetings, trainings and works sessions as needed

    OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB:

    1. Attend staffing, training, and other meetings as required
    2. Proficient with computer programs
    3. Performs other job-related work as required

    SUPERVISION GIVEN:
    Reports directly to the Mental Health Administrator/Deputy Administrator and receives occasional instructions and supervision regarding daily work duties.

    WORKING CONDITIONS:

    1. Works indoors with adequate lighting, temperature, and ventilation
    2. Works with average indoor exposure to noise and stress, but subject to frequent disruptions
    3. Works with average indoor exposure to dust/dirt, noise, stress, and disruptions
    4. Travels periodically to other work sites as needed

    PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS:

    1. Must possess ability to record, convey and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions
    2. Must possess hearing, seeing, speaking, and reasoning senses necessary to carry out job duties
    3. Must be able to sit for long periods during the workday, with frequent standing, walking and occasional bending, twisting, stooping, reaching, and grasping as necessary to carry out essential job duties
    4. Dexterity requirements range from simple to coordinated movements of fingers/hands; to simple movements of feet/legs/torso as necessary to carry out job duties
    5. Light work, with occasional lifting/carrying of objects with weights of 20-30 pounds
    6. Must be able to cope with the physical and mental stress of the position
    7. Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work

    QUALIFICATIONS

    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:
    Bachelor’s Degree and one year of mental health, criminal justice, or case management experience.
    Necessary Special Requirement: Must possess a Pennsylvania driver’s license.

    CLEARANCES:

    • Must work in conjunction with employer to apply for Act 34 PA State Police Criminal History, Act 151 PA Child Abuse and FBI clearances prior to employment. All clearances must reflect acceptable results
    • Must not appear on Preclusion Lists as defined by “Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance Bulletin 99-11-05 Provider Screening of Employees and Contractors for Exclusion from Participating in Federal Healthcare Programs”

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

    1. Must be able to speak and understand the English language and to follow oral and written instructions
    2. Must possess effective oral and written communication skills
    3. Must possess ability to function independently, have flexibility and personal integrity and the ability to work effectively with clients, authorities, co-workers, and others
    4. Must possess the technical knowledge of operating personal computers and other office equipment
    5. Must possess general knowledge of modern office practices and procedures and have the ability to apply same to essential duties of the job and develop efficiencies
    6. Must possess ability to perform simple math calculations with accuracy and reasonable speed
    7. Must possess ability to learn county, state and federal rules and regulations, procedures, and practices
    8. Must be willing and able to work within strict rules of confidentiality regarding client information and records
    9. Must possess ability to prepare and maintain files and reports
    10. Must be able to type with accuracy and efficiency
    11. Must possess the ability to compose replies to routine correspondence
    12. Must be comfortable working with a variety of computer applications and software
    13. Must possess excellent organizational skills and the ability to prioritize and coordinate several schedules and/or projects with accuracy and efficiency
    14. Must possess the skills necessary to prepare, edit and format grammatically correct written materials

    HOW TO APPLY:
    A County application is required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are only accepted for positions in which the county is actively recruiting. Applications received for positions not being advertised or general/blanket applications will be discarded.

    Please submit an application to:

    Human Resources Administration Building
    Second Floor
    330 Main Street
    Clarion, PA 16214

    Applications are available:

  • Online by visiting: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php
  • In-Person by visiting the Clarion County Human Resource Office on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building located at 330 Main Street, Clarion, PA 16214 • By fax or e-mail. You must contact the Clarion County Human Resource Office by calling 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 to share your e-mail or fax number.
  • DEADLINE TO APPLY: Monday December 8, 2021, at 4:00 PM.

    CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
    CLARION COUNTY IS A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE

    APPLICANTS WHO REQUIRE SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS DUE TO A DISABILITY SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 FOR ASSISTANCE.



    Direct Support Professionals
    The Arc of Clarion and Venango Counties

    The Arc of Clarion and Venango Counties currently has openings for full and part-time Direct Support Professionals.

    BONUS BONUS BONUS!!!

    Are you a dependable, compassionate, energetic person who wants to advance their career by supporting people who experience disabilities? Are you someone ready to try something new? Do you want an opportunity to do something rewarding, and a career where you can make a difference in someone’s life?

    If so, apply today at The Arc of Clarion and Venango Counties.

    BONUS BONUS BONUS!

    $5000 retention bonus! Bi-annual incentive bonuses! Exciting monthly employee incentives!

    The Arc has excellent benefits, including:

    • Competitive starting wage $12.50/hr!
    • Medical coverage for full time employees
    • Paid leave after probationary period
    • Great mileage reimbursement
    • Overtime available
    • The opportunity to make a difference!

    Applicants must:

    • Have a high school diploma or equivalent
    • Have acceptable clearances and pass a drug screening
    • Be 21 years of age or older
    • Possess a valid driver’s license and have reliable transportation
    • Have basic computer skills
    • Be willing to work a variety of shifts

    If you are interested in working for The Arc please email your resume to hr@thearcclarion.org or call (814) 226-7033 Ext. 304 for more information.

    The Arc is also doing open interviews at their office at 1064 East Main St. Clarion, PA 16214 on Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 3 PM.



    Venango County Offers Multiple Positions
    County of Venango

    The County of Venango is currently accepting applications for the following positions: Accountant, Service Coordinator II Early Intervention, Service Coordinator II Outreach, and Crisis Investigation Specialist.

    Accountant ($12.01/hr.)
    Service Coordinator II Early Intervention ($14.34/hr. plus $750 sign-on bonuses)
    Service Coordinator II Outreach ($14.34/hr. plus $750 sign-on bonuses)
    Crisis Investigation Specialist ($15.80/hr. plus $750 sign-on bonuses and retention bonuses).

    All positions are full-time, 40 hrs./wk.

    Venango County provides paid 17 holidays, vacations, and sick time; employer-paid individual coverage for medical, dental and life insurance, employer-paid family vision; along with an excellent pension plan. Qualified candidates must pass an interview. Successful candidates will work with the county to complete the clearance and drug screening process. All background checks must reflect acceptable results.

    Job qualifications and deadlines to apply are obtainable online at www.pacareerlink.pa.gov or www.indeed.com.

    County applications must be completed and returned to Venango County Human Resources, Troy A. Wood Human Services Complex, 1 Dale Ave., Franklin, PA 16323 by established deadlines. Late applications are not considered. You can download an application by visiting the HR Job Application Process section of the Venango County website at https://www.co.venango.pa.us/288/Job-Application-Process and clicking the appropriate link to download the form. Or, application and job description can also be provided via email upon request. Questions can be addressed by calling 814-432-9551 or via email at ssutch@co.venango.pa.us.

    **Drug-Free Workplace** EOE M/F/D/V



    Multiple Positions with Venango County
    County of Venango

    The County of Venango is currently accepting applications for the following positions: Department Clerk III Floater ($9.60/hr.), CYFS Ongoing Service Coordinator II positions ($14.34/hr.), and Crisis Investigation Specialist ($15.80/hr.).

    All positions are full-time, 40 hrs./wk.

    Venango County provides paid 17 holidays, vacations, and sick time; employer-paid individual coverage for medical, dental and life insurance, employer-paid family vision; along with an excellent pension plan. Qualified candidates must pass an interview. Successful candidates will work with the county to complete the clearance and drug screening process. All background checks must reflect acceptable results.

    Job qualifications and deadlines to apply are obtainable online at www.pacareerlink.pa.gov or www.indeed.com.

    County applications must be completed and returned to Venango County Human Resources, Troy A. Wood Human Services Complex, 1 Dale Ave., Franklin, PA 16323 by established deadlines. Late applications are not considered. You can download an application by visiting the HR Job Application Process section of the Venango County website at https://www.co.venango.pa.us/288/Job-Application-Process and clicking the appropriate link to download the form. Or, application and job description can also be provided via email upon request. Questions can be addressed by calling 814-432-9551 or via email at ssutch@co.venango.pa.us.

    **Drug-Free Workplace** EOE M/F/D/V



    Data Entry Clerk
    All Seasons Temporaries, Inc.

    All Seasons Temporaries, Inc. is currently accepting applications for a Data Entry Clerk.

    Data Entry Clerk – Temporary assignment 4-6 weeks, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, $13/hr non-exempt

    Location: Marienville, Pa

    Requirements:

    • Must have prior computer/data entry skills
    • Must be detail-oriented
    • Must pass pre-employment screening
    • Must be able to work independently

    Please send resumes to tiffany@allseasonstemps.com or call 814-437-2148 for more information.



    Grinder
    All Seasons Temporaries, Inc.

    All Seasons Temporaries, Inc. is currently accepting applications for a Grinder.

    Grinder Opening – Potential for Temporary to permanent 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday-Friday

    Prior grinding experience required. Potential growth into welding/fabrication.

    Requirements:

    • Ability to lift, bend, push, pull and stand during 8 hour shift
    • Ability to read prints
    • Must be detail-oriented
    • Must be reliable
    • Must pass pre-employment screening
    • Must follow all safety protocols

    Paid weekly on ASTI payroll.

    Please call 814-437-2148 for more information.



    School Secretary
    All Seasons Temporaries, Inc.

    All Seasons Temporaries, Inc. is currently accepting applications for a School Secretary.

    Clarion School Secretary
    Temporary Assignment, 7:30 to 3:30 Monday-Friday, $12-$15/hr Non-Exempt

    Qualified candidates must pass pre-employment screening and have clearances.

    Duties (but not limited to):

    • Maintain school calendar
    • Coordinate special events
    • Prepare Flyers for circulation
    • Sort and distribute mail
    • Order office supplies
    • Filing
    • Accept payments
    • Assist with monitoring classrooms as needed

    Please send resumes to tiffany@allseasonstemps.com or call 814-437-2148 for more information.



    Assistant Director/Enforcement Officer
    County of Clarion

    The County of Clarion currently has an opening for an Assistant Director/Enforcement Officer.

    POSITION: Assistant Director/Enforcement Officer

    LOCATION: Clarion County Domestic Relations Office, Clarion, PA

    TYPE POSITION: Level 1 (Full Time, 35 hours per week)

    SALARY RANGE: $29,120 – $34,580

    QUALIFICATIONS: Associate or Bachelor’s Degree and two years experience in family law or a similar combination of education and experience. Must have strong computer skills, supervisory and accounting experience.

    TO APPLY: Send a cover letter and resume with no less than three references to tkline@co.clarion.pa.us
    Any attachments must be in .pdf or .docx format

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 3, 2021

    OVERALL OBJECTIVES:
    The purpose of the position of Assistant Director/Enforcement Officer is to provide administrative support to the Director and process all requests through the PACSES system. This position will also work all enforcement remedies for support cases to obtain full, timely payment.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    • Perform necessary duties of the Director when absent
    • PACSES Administrator
      • Submit online requests for any problems that arise from PACSES/SCDU
      • Data Processing Service Requests
      • Financial Exceptions Requests
      • SCDU Coordinator
    • Enforcement
      • Prepare Contempt Petitions
      • Work daily enforcement alerts for compliance of court orders
      • Review files and determine necessary enforcement action
      • Schedule and conduct enforcement/contempt conferences
      • FIDM/MSFIDM-review all financial data matches received via mail alerts for processing
      • Review Credit Bureau reporting and process
      • Review driver’s license and recreational license suspensions and process
      • Process bench warrants, release orders and detainers
      • Maintain the incarceration log
    • Financials
      • Submit over the counter payments to SCDU via computer for processing and prepare bank deposits when Director is absent
      • Work the R902 (FTI report) daily
    • Prepare court orders and enter information onto PACSES for processing
      • Orders from contempt hearings
    • Prepare the DRS Hearing Officer’s Report and Recommendation for processing
    • Work a number of monthly Data Integrity Task (DIT) lists (per attached) and initiates the necessary action
    • Assist clients and workers daily with questions/complaints/concerns
    • Perform related duties as assigned by authorized personnel and back-up to office personnel when necessary
    • Read Daily Production and proceed accordingly with any new information being implemented by the PACSES project
    • Review and follow through with alerts received from CSLN
    • Attend contempt hearings and prepare court orders, as needed
    • Process and prepare emancipation orders
    • Prints Fee transmittal and help prepare/ help complete the MSE with Director monthly

    SUPERVISION RECEIVED:
    Report to the Director. Receive limited instruction or supervision in carrying out routine day-to-day tasks.

    SUPERVISION GIVEN:
    Provide supervision to Receptionist, Intake Caseworker, and Conference Officer as needed.

    WORKING CONDITIONS:
    The work environment characteristics described herein are representative of those the employee encounters while performing the essential functions of the position. The Assistant Director/Enforcement Officer works indoors on a regular basis in the office with minimal environmental factors.

    PHYSICAL/ MENTAL CONDITIONS:

    • Must possess the ability to do light work with occasional lifting/carrying of objects up to 20 pounds
    • Must be able to pay close attention to detail while being able to concentrate for long periods of time
    • Must be able to sit for long periods throughout the work day with occasional standing, walking, twisting and bending
    • Must possess the ability to convey and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree and 2 years of experience in family law, or a similar combination of experience and education required. Must have strong computer skills supervisory and accounting experience.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

    • Ability to work effectively with the public, co-workers, subordinates, and government officials
    • Ability to speak and write English fluently and to understand written and spoken English
    • Effective communication skills
    • Good interpersonal skills
    • Ability to exercise initiative and problem-solving skills in carrying out job duties, and to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant
    • Ability to function independently and to be flexible
    • Knowledge of modern office practices and equipment
    • Ability to become familiar with various legal publications, legal terminology and the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedures in order to comprehend various documents and schedule matters as dictated by rule and/or statute
    • Skilled in utilizing current word processing and spreadsheet software, such as Microsoft Office
    • Ability to handle a variety of unrelated issues simultaneously
    • Required to maintain strict confidentiality, as specifically set forth in the Court Personnel and Procedures Manual
    • Partisan political activity prohibited

    CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

    K-12 School Psychologist
    Redbank Valley School District

    Redbank Valley School District is seeking to fill an opening for a full-time K-12 School Psychologist position.

    Experience in a school setting is preferred. Responsibilities include an initial evaluation, reevaluations, gifted evaluations, consultation with staff, functional behavioral assessments, participation in building MTSS teams and processes.

    Must have PA School Psychologist Certification and current Act 34, 141, and 151 clearances.

    Please submit a resume, PA standard application, references, transcripts, certification, and clearances to:

    Amy Rupp, Superintendent
    920 Broad Street
    New Bethlehem, PA 16242

    EOE



    Welders, Fabricators and General Shop Employees
    Witherup Fabrication & Erection, Inc.

    Witherup Fabrication & Erection, Inc. located in Kennerdell, PA, is seeking Welders, Fabricators, and General Shop Employees.

    Competitive compensation and benefits opportunity.

    Please email resume to gmg@witherup.com or take resume in person to:

    Witherup Fabrication & Erection, Inc.
    431 Kennerdell Road
    Kennerdell, PA 16374

    Witherup Fabrication & Erection can be reached at 814-385-6601.



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    Probation Officer I- Juvenile Probation
    County of Clarion

    The County of Clarion currently has an opening for a Probation Officer I- Juvenile Probation.

    POSITION: Probation Officer I – Juvenile Probation

    LOCATION: Clarion County Probation Services, 22 North 6th Avenue, Suite A, Clarion, PA 16214

    TYPE POSITION: Level 1 (Full Time, 40 hours per week)

    SALARY: $30,318.08

    ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: A Bachelor’s Degree in criminal justice, the behavioral sciences, law enforcement, or a related human services field

    TO APPLY: Send a cover letter and resume with no less than three references to jsmail@co.clarion.pa.us

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: October 22, 2021

    REPORTS TO: DEPUTY DIRECTOR

    POSITION OVERVIEW:
    A Probation Officer I position is responsible for performing routine professional social service and law enforcement duties in a county probation system. A Probation Officer supervises juveniles on probation, individuals released from placement facilities or, juveniles who are otherwise subject to the authority of the Court. This position monitors activities, counsels, and facilitates the social adjustment of these individuals by referring them to social, governmental, or community agencies for a variety of social problems. When needed, a Probation Officer will investigate and take appropriate action concerning violations of conditions of probation including new crimes and unacceptable behavior and provides a representation of the Department at Court Hearings concerning alleged violations. Certain specialized positions require additional duties and responsibilities as described in guidelines and standards set by the Juvenile Court Judges Commission. These positions require additional specific appointment by the President Judge upon the recommendation of the Chief Juvenile Probation Officer.

    Probation Officers are peace officers under state law and are trained in the use of firearms and are prepared to apprehend and arrest violators. Although law and well-defined procedures regulate the required work, this position involves decision-making directly affecting the public safety and personal liberties of individuals.

    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

    • A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in the behavioral sciences, criminal justice, law enforcement, or a related human services field; or
    • A Master’s degree or satisfactory completion of one(1) year of graduate study from an accredited college or university(at least 24 credits) in the behavioral sciences, criminal justice, law enforcement, or a related human services field; or
    • One (1) year as a probation officer aide working towards a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in the behavioral sciences, criminal justice, law enforcement, or a related human services field and qualification in accordance with the Exceptional Person procedure

    SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

    • Child Abuse History Certification and Act 34 (Criminal History) clearances
    • Possession of a valid driver’s license
    • Pre-employment physical
    • Pre-employment psychological

    Note: This position is subject to random drug testing.

    EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS:
    To perform this job successfully, an individual must possess the knowledge and ability to apply casework principles and practices and interpret and apply federal, state and local laws, legal codes, court procedures, and executive orders affecting juvenile probation practices. Also, some knowledge is needed of criminology, penology and the structure and functions of the components of the judicial system; human behavior and the ability to distinguish between normal and dysfunctional behavior/ personality; community resources and the ability to determine appropriate resources for assessment and treatment of physical, mental, and social disorders; operation of a personal computer, basic software programs and other office equipment; drugs, addiction and drug testing methods. Ability is required to positively and effectively influence offenders; to maintain cooperative and positive work relationships both internally with co-workers and externally with other agencies; to function independently and manage one’s time effectively; to gather and analyze facts and consider all outcomes before decisions or recommendations are made; to speak and understand the English language; to orally and in writing present ideas, thoughts, facts, logically and clearly in a concise manner utilizing appropriate language skills and grammar; to listen and combine pieces of information to form general conclusions or identify problems; to maintain confidentiality in regard to offender information and records. The willingness and ability to travel as needed to perform all job-related functions. The willingness and ability to be trained in the use of firearms and to be certified to carry a firearm.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
    An employee in this classification is responsible for performing assignments that are technical in nature and are carried out in accordance with probation and parole practices, procedures and precedents, and any applicable legal standards or regulations.

    Specific job duties include the following:

    • Inform juvenile offenders of conditions of probation such as office visits, costs, fines and restitution payments, educational, treatment and employment stipulations.
    • Counsel offenders and provide supportive services to help offenders with their personal, social and economic adjustment to the community. Discuss with offenders how issues such as anger and addiction play roles in delinquent behavior.
    • Arrange for social assistance and other post-release services such as employment, housing, education, and counseling.
    • Arrange for medical, mental health, or substance abuse treatment services according to individual needs and/or court orders and maintain working relationships with those agencies.
    • Develop case plans for assigned juvenile offenders establishing goals and objectives based on risk and needs.
    • Evaluate their progress in accomplishing goals and objectives and maintaining the terms specified in their conditions of probation, including attendance at FARM, SAP, CASSP, IEP, and other meetings as necessary.
    • Investigate alleged probation violations using interviews, surveillance, and search and seizure.
    • Gather information about offenders’ backgrounds by talking to offenders, families and friends, and other people with relevant information.
    • Prepare and maintain a case folder for each assigned juvenile offender and record and file documents according to established procedures.
    • Maintain a chronological record in the JCMS system of all direct contact with juvenile offenders as well as collateral contacts with parents, school officials, service providers, etc.
    • Write reports describing the offender’s progress. Make recommendations for remedial action or court action when terms of probation are not complied with.
    • Conduct Social History investigations and prepare a written factual report with recommendations for the Court’s use in dispositional proceedings and prepare written summaries and placement review reports as directed.
    • Testify in court regarding noncompliance with the terms of probation, present evidence that substantiates the violations, and make recommendations to the Court for appropriate sanctioning.
    • Attend court hearings as necessary, or assigned, including hearings pertaining to probation supervision, such as District Justice citation hearings.
    • Conduct risk/needs assessment prior to the dispositional hearing according to agency protocol.
    • Assess the suitability of juvenile offenders for release from placement and submit recommendations to the Judge when appropriate.
    • Collect fines, costs, and restitution and monitor compliance with the established payment agreement.
    • Conduct arrests and transport offenders when required.
    • Develop liaisons and networks with local police, attorneys, community agencies, placement staff, school officials, and others who play a role in offender’s rehabilitation or re-entry into the community.
    • Attend training in the use of firearms and physical self-defense and complete all certification requirements.
    • Attend continuing education, workshops, and acquire certifications as assigned and approved to stay current in offender treatment issues, deviant behaviors, legal issues, etc. for the purpose of performing work-related duties as required or assigned by administration.
    • Any duties which may be described as related to the supervision of juveniles under the authority of the Court including the directive to work a flexible work schedule on occasion.
    • Assist adult officers as needed.

    WORK ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL STANDARDS:

    The work environment and 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.

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; smell. The employee must be able to operate a motor vehicle. The employee will be required to physically and mentally react quickly in the event of a disturbance or physical outbreak and demonstrate emotional stability.

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts and outdoor weather conditions and is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, extreme cold, and heat. The noise in the work environment is usually moderate. The work is subject to frequent disruptions and moderate degrees of stress. Work may involve contact with volatile and potentially hostile or aggressive offenders. Periodically work will require different shifts or on-call as needed.

    This job description should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive standards of the position. Incumbents will follow other instructions and perform any other related duties, as may be required by the Deputy Director/Director of Probation.

    CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER



    Caseworker 1- Ongoing
    County of Clarion

    Clarion County Children and Youth Services currently has an opening for a Caseworker 1- Ongoing.

    POSITION: Caseworker 1-Ongoing, Full-Time, 80 hours per pay

    DEPARTMENT: Children & Youth Services, Clarion, PA

    PAY GRADE: $13.59/hour starting rate, Eligible for two 2.5% raises after completion of Foundations training and another 2.5% raise with promotion to Caseworker 2.

    BENEFITS: Up to family coverage for health, dental, and vision insurance effective first of the month after the date of hire (employee pays 12.5% of the premium, the county pays 87.5%). $1,500 stipend if you do not need the county insurance. Life insurance coverage at no cost to employees. 5 Vacation days first year, 10 vacation days starting the second year, 3 personal days per year, 10 sick days per year, 13 paid holidays off. Enrollment in Clarion County’s Pension plan (vested after 5 years, eligible to retire at 55 with 20 years of service).

    POSTING DATE: November 8, 2021

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: November 22, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

    QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor’s degree which includes or is supplemented by successful completion of 12 college credits in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice, or other related social sciences.

    HOW TO APPLY
    A County application and copy of your transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy.
    Applications are available at: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php


    OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF JOB
    To provide support to children and/or youth and families experiencing abuse, neglect, or other difficulties, and provide services, either directly or through service linkage, designed to improve family problem solving and coping strategies. An important aspect of this work is the employment of casework skills in obtaining essential information, counseling clients and family members, and help to utilize all available resources. As well, services must adhere to all agency policies and regulatory standards as established by law in such a manner as to prevent injury or risk. The population served shall be any Clarion County family whose child and/or children are at risk.

    EXAMPLES OF DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

    1. Conducts intake or preliminary interviews to determine needs of individuals/families.
    2. Provides protective and supportive services for abused or neglected children.
    3. Review all information gathered by the Intake Department
    4. Advocates for and empowers children and families.
    5. Provides advocacy and assesses degree of risk to child.
    6. Develops and implements plans for children and families based on assessed needs. This may include but is not limited to family service plans, risk assessments, and safety assessments.
    7. Monitors services provided by contracted agencies.
    8. Continually assesses the adequacy of client services plans and revises, when necessary, to achieve goals and objectives.
    9. Works in a team setting. Schedules, plans, and at times leads team meetings.
    10. Provides for necessary arrangements according to individual’s/family needs; makes referrals/contacts to other community services/agencies as necessary.
    11. Assists individuals in arranging appointments for themselves and family members; and provides transportation if needed.
    12. Teaches clients home and budget management, childcare, and parenting skills; and assists with housing, employment, recreation and living arrangements, as required.
    13. Attends court hearings, testifies, and writes reports approximately every three months.
    14. Maintains regular contacts with individuals, families, and/or guardians through home and office or school visits as required by regulation.
    15. Maintains accurate documentation. Prepares reports and other paperwork within timeframes mandated by federal or state regulation and/or county policy.
    16. Travels frequently and makes home visits at least per state regulations.
    17. Completes necessary filing and maintenance of records.
    18. Documents case activity through records, correspondence, and reports according to applicable policies and procedures.
    19. Utilizes computer to document all coordination activities in the CAPS database. Uses other office equipment such as fax machine, scanner, etc., as needed.
    20. Meet at least weekly with the Casework Supervisor to review service provision.
    21. Identify concerns to supervisor re: level of care received by children in their home or in placement, i.e., foster home, shelter, residential, residential treatment.
    22. Upon certification by the State as a Direct Service Worker, participate in the On-Call rotation for after-hours emergency services.
    23. Comply with the HIPAA privacy and security regulations that govern disclosure of protected health information and follow all procedures developed by the agency to comply with those regulations. Access to protected health information is limited as identified on the attached workforce designation.

    OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB

    1. Attends staffing, training and other meetings as required.
    2. Attends certification trainings as required under Act 151 of the Child Protective Services Law, Title 23 PA, C.S. and Chapter 6.
    3. Performs other job-related work as required.

    QUALIFICATIONS
    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

    A bachelor’s degree which includes or is supplemented by successful completion of 12 college credits in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice, or other related social sciences; or successful completion of 6-month probationary period as Caseworker Intern; or an equivalent combination of education or related experience unless regulatory requirements state otherwise. Necessary Special Requirement: Must possess a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license.

    CLEARANCES

    • Must work in conjunction with employer to apply for Act 34 PA State Police Criminal History, Act 151 PA Child Abuse and FBI clearances prior to employment. All clearances must reflect acceptable results.
    • Must not appear on Preclusion Lists as defined by “Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance Bulletin 99-11-05 Provider Screening of Employees and Contractors for Exclusion from Participating in Federal Healthcare Programs.”

    SUPERVISION EXERCISED
    None

    SUPERVISION RECEIVED
    Receives continuous instruction and regular supervision from Supervisor in regard to daily work duties.

    WORKING CONDITIONS

    1. Works indoors with adequate workspace, lighting, temperatures, and ventilation.
    2. Works with average indoor exposure to noise, but subject to frequent disruptions and stress.
    3. Normal indoor exposure to dust/dirt.
    4. Works in conditions of potential outbursts or disruptive behavior of clients.
    5. Travels frequently during all seasons and is exposed to outdoor elements, including snow and icy roadways.
    6. Works frequently outside the office and is exposed to above-average dust/dirt/odors and smoke.
    7. Occasionally works evenings or weekends as needed.

    PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS

    1. Must possess the ability to record, convey and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions.
    2. Must be able to sit and/or drive for long periods throughout the workday, with intermittent periods of standing, walking, bending, twisting, and reaching as necessary to carry out essential duties of job.
    3. Dexterity requirements range from simple to coordinated movements of fingers/hands, feet/legs, torso necessary to carry out duties of job.
    4. Sedentary work, with occasional lifting/carrying of objects with a maximum weight of ten pounds.
    5. Must be able to cope with the physical and mental stress of the position.
    6. Must be able to physically and mentally react quickly in the event of a disturbance or physical outbreak.
    7. Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work.

    REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

    1. Must be able to speak and understand the English language in an understandable manner in order to carry out essential job duties.
    2. Must possess effective communication and interpersonal skills.
    3. Must possess initiative and problem-solving skills.
    4. Must possess the ability to function independently, have the flexibility and the ability to work effectively with individuals, families, co-workers, and others.
    5. Must possess the ability to maintain confidentiality in regard to individual information and records.
    6. Must possess the ability to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant such action.
    7. Must possess the technical knowledge of operating personal computers and other office equipment.
    8. Must possess a valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License and daily access to reliable transportation. Travel will be throughout the county to complete assessments, monitor conditions, and provide interventions in the individual’s homes within the county.
    9. Must understand and comply with all mandatory reporting requirements of CYS.
    10. Must possess the principles and practices used in social service work, and the ability to apply those principles and practices within the scope of the position.
    11. Must possess knowledge of social, economic, and health problems and resources and be able to interact effectively with said resources on the individual’s behalf.
    12. Must possess the ability to conduct thorough, complete assessments using prescribed instruments and to determine the most appropriate, least restrictive level of care needed.
    13. Must possess the ability to plan and organize work and prepare adequate records and reports.
    14. Must possess the ability to practice organizational and stress management skills and to practice use of good judgment.
    15. Must possess the ability to deliver and evaluate appropriate services to consumers and to monitor the effectiveness of such services.
    16. Must possess some technical knowledge of operating personal computers and related software, or the ability to learn and operate with reasonable accuracy and speed.
    17. Must possess the ability to interpret regulations, policies, and procedures, and apply them accordingly.
    18. Must possess the ability to work with persons who have physical, mental, or emotional disabilities, who are economically disadvantaged and may be involved in the court system, and advocate on their behalf.
    19. Must be able to interact effectively with internal agency staff, state department staff, counselors, foster parents, provider agencies, attorneys, and court.
    20. Must possess the ability to make accurate observations and documentation of same in regard to each individual’s needs and make determinations of risk assessment.
    21. Must possess some knowledge of child development and the ability to conduct assessments and investigations.
    22. Must possess the ability to provide structured and unstructured life skills instructions and guidance to individuals as needed.
    23. Must be able and willing to learn about the juvenile court system as it relates to child services and apply that knowledge to essential job duties.

    HOW TO APPLY
    A County application and transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are only accepted for positions in which we are actively recruiting. Applications received for positions not being advertised or general/blanket applications will be discarded.

    Applications are available:

    • Online by visiting:
      www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php
    • In-Person by visiting the Clarion County Human Resource Office on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building located at 330 Main Street, Clarion, PA 16214
    • By fax or e-mail. You must contact the Clarion County Human Resource Office by calling 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 to share your e-mail or fax number.

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: November 22, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

    CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
    CLARION COUNTY IS A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE

    APPLICANTS WHO REQUIRE SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION1S DUE TO A DISABILITY SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 FOR ASSISTANCE.



    Caseworker 1- Intake
    County of Clarion

    Clarion County Children and Youth Services currently has an opening for a Caseworker 1- Intake.

    POSITION: Caseworker 1-Intake- Non-exempt, Full-Time, 80 hours per pay

    DEPARTMENT: Children & Youth Services, Clarion, PA

    PAY GRADE: $13.59/hour starting rate, Eligible for two 2.5% raises after completion of Foundations training and another 2.5% raise with promotion to Caseworker 2.

    BENEFITS: Up to family coverage for health, dental, and vision insurance effective first of the month after the date of hire (employee pays 12.5% of the premium, the county pays 87.5%). $1,500 yearly stipend if you do not need the county insurance. Life insurance coverage at no cost to employees. 5 Vacation days first year, 10 vacation days starting the second year, 3 personal days per year, 10 sick days per year, 13 paid holidays off. Enrollment in Clarion County’s Pension plan (vested after 5 years, eligible to retire at 55 with 20 years of service).

    POSTING DATE: November 8, 2021

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: November 22, 2021 at 4:00 p.m.

    QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor’s degree which includes or is supplemented by successful completion of 12 college credits in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice, or other related social sciences.

    HOW TO APPLY:
    A County application and copy of your transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy.

    Applications are available at: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php

    OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF JOB:
    To perform intake assessments for all individuals entering the county human service programs, provide daytime and after-hours coverage for protective services of Children and Youth Services. The primary function of the after-hours work is to assure the immediate safety of children through the provision of assessment and referral to community-based services.


    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF JOB

    1. Conducts intake or assessment interviews to determine immediate needs of children and families.
    2. Provides crisis and/or supportive counseling to stabilize children and families.
    3. Provides walk-in, telephone, and mobile crisis intervention services to children and families.
    4. Investigates allegations of sexual abuse, assesses risk, assures safety of child(ren) and if appropriate, makes referrals for ongoing treatment.
    5. Investigates allegations of physical abuse, sexual abuse, assesses risk, assures safety and if appropriate, makes referrals for ongoing treatment.
    6. Assesses individuals for need of emergency mental health services.
    7. Provides information, referral and other required services to individuals and/or families of developmental disabilities or substance abuse services.
    8. Assists the individual in the development or enhancement of their natural support systems.
    9. Develops and implements service plans for individuals based on preventing further abuse from occurring.
    10. Provides for necessary arrangements according to individual’s needs; makes referrals/contacts to other community services/agencies to help fulfill the service plan.
    11. Maintains accurate documentation and records on individuals.
    12. Attends court hearings and writes reports as needed.
    13. Testifies in court, if necessary, regarding children’s needs; prepares summaries for court as requested.
    14. Prepares required reports as mandated by federal, state, or county policies and procedures.
    15. Completes necessary filing and maintenance of records.
    16. Utilizes computer and other office equipment as needed.
    17. Maintains statistics on pertinent data base and completes required paperwork/reports.
    18. Assists individuals in making appointments, including helping the individual arrange transportation. Transports individual as a last resort.
    19. Travels periodically and makes home visits to individuals as necessary to complete the investigatory process.

    OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB

    1. Attends staffings, training, and other meetings as required.
    2. Attends meetings, training, and seminars as necessary.
    3. Attends certification trainings as required under Act 151 of the Child Protective Services Law, Title 23 PA. C.S.
    4. Required to work flexible schedule in order to meet the needs of consumers.
    5. Performs other job-related work as required.

    QUALIFICATIONS EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

    A bachelor’s degree which includes or is supplemented by successful completion of 12 college credits in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice, or other related social sciences; or successful completion of 6-month probationary period as Caseworker Intern; or an equivalent combination of education or related experience unless regulatory requirements state otherwise. Necessary Special Requirement: Must possess a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license.

    CLEARANCES:

    • Must work in conjunction with the employer to apply for Act 34 PA State Police Criminal History, Act 151 PA Child Abuse and FBI clearances prior to employment. All clearances must reflect acceptable results.
    • Must not appear on Preclusion Lists as defined by “Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance Bulletin 99-11-05 Provider Screening of Employees and Contractors for Exclusion from Participating in Federal Healthcare Programs.”

    SUPERVISION RECEIVED:
    Incumbent must demonstrate the ability to work with minimal supervision. Must be able to formulate an immediate plan of action while in the field, with little or no direct supervisory links. Formal supervision provided by Casework Supervisor.

    WORKING CONDITIONS:

    1. Works indoors in adequate workspace, lighting, temperatures, and ventilation.
    2. Works with average indoor exposure to noise, but subject to frequent disruptions and stress.
    3. Normal indoor exposure to dust/dirt.
    4. Works in conditions of potential outbursts or disruptive behavior of individuals.
    5. Travels frequently during all seasons and is exposed to outdoor elements, including snow and icy roadways.
    6. Works frequently outside the office and is exposed to above-average dust/dirt/odors and smoke.
    7. Works non-traditional hours and maintains flexible work schedule.

    PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS:

    1. Must possess above-average ability to record, convey, and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions.
    2. Usually performs job functions in a high-stress environment.
    3. Must be able to sit and/or drive for long periods throughout the workday with intermittent periods of standing, walking, bending, twisting, and reaching as necessary to carry out essential duties of job.
    4. Dexterity requirements range from simple to coordinated movements of fingers/hands; feet/legs; torso as necessary to carry out duties of job.
    5. Sedentary work, with occasional lifting/carrying of objects with a maximum weight of fifty (50) pounds.
    6. Must be able to cope with the physical and mental stress of the position.
    7. Must be able to physically and mentally react quickly in the event of a disturbance or physical outbreak.
    8. Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work.
    9. Must have above-average ability to think clearly and act decisively.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

    1. Must be able to speak and understand the English language in an understandable manner in order to carry out essential job duties.
    2. Must possess effective communication and interpersonal skills.
    3. Must possess initiative and problem-solving skills.
    4. Must possess the ability to function independently, have flexibility, and the ability to work effectively with individuals, co-workers, and others.
    5. Must possess the ability to maintain confidentiality in regard to individuals’ information and records.
    6. Must possess ability to operate personal computer and related software, to type and utilize other office equipment, and to prepare required reports.
    7. Must possess ability to make accurate observations and documentation of it in regard to individuals’ needs and make determinations of risk assessment.
    8. Must possess the academic knowledge and some skill in promoting therapies and social service work and skills with children and youth and families.
    9. Must possess knowledge of child development and the ability to conduct assessments and investigations.
    10. Must possess ability to provide structured and unstructured life skills instructions and guidance to individuals as needed.
    11. Must possess the ability to express empathy and understanding to all individuals.
    12. Must be able to interact effectively with children and youth, department staff, counselors, attorneys, and the courts.
    13. Must be able to work effectively with persons involved in the criminal and/or juvenile justice system.
    14. Must be able to rapidly establish rapport with individuals having behavioral health, substance abuse, or intellectual challenges.
    15. Must have some knowledge of the judicial and court system as it relates to child services.
    16. Must have transportation available and a willingness to travel for work-related job duties.

    HOW TO APPLY
    A County application and transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are only accepted for positions in which we are actively recruiting. Applications received for positions not being advertised or general/blanket applications will be discarded.

    Applications are available:

    • Online by visiting:
      www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php
    • In-Person by visiting the Clarion County Human Resource Office on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building located at 330 Main Street, Clarion, PA 16214
    • By fax or e-mail. You must contact the Clarion County Human Resource Office by calling 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 to share your e-mail or fax number.

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: November 22, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

    CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
    CLARION COUNTY IS A DRUG FREE WORKPLACE

    APPLICANTS WHO REQUIRE SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION1S DUE TO A DISABILITY SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 FOR ASSISTANCE.



    Forensic Liaison
    County of Clarion

    The Clarion County Mental Health department currently has an opening for a Forensic Liaison.

    POSITION: Forensic Liaison- Non-exempt, Full-Time, 80 hours per pay

    DEPARTMENT: Mental Health (MH), Clarion, PA

    PAY GRADE: $31,200.00-$34,320.00

    BENEFITS: Up to family coverage for health, dental, and vision insurance effective first of the month after the date of hire (employee pays 12.5% of the premium, the county pays 87.5%). $1,500 yearly stipend if you do not need the county insurance. Life insurance coverage at no cost to employees. 5 Vacation days first year, 10 vacation days starting the second year, 3 personal days per year, 10 sick days per year, 13 paid holidays off. Enrollment in Clarion County’s Pension plan (vested after 5 years, eligible to retire at 55 with 20 years of service).

    POSTING DATE: Monday, November 8, 2021

    HOW TO APPLY: A County application is required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are available at: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php

    OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF JOB: This is an administrative position that provides assistance to Clarion County residents who are forensically hospitalized, incarcerated, inpatient at a Long-Term Structured Rehabilitation facility (LTSR) or Extended Acute Care treatment program (EAC). The Forensic Liaison will work closely with Warren State Hospital, Torrance State hospital, or any other state hospital in the Commonwealth. This position will collaborate with the facility and patients to provide services, case management, and other assistance through the County Mental Health Office.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF JOB:

    1. Administratively case manage Clarion County residents who are forensically involved with MH/DD services
    2. Attend Mental Health Review Officer hearings (MHRO) as a Clarion County representative
    3. Attend treatment team meetings in person or over the phone for those that are hospitalized or in treatment facilities
    4. Assist with gathering information and required reports for admission to the LTSR
    5. Work closely with the LTSR staff with treatment planning and discharge coordination
    6. Assist the DD Program with forensically involved individuals
    7. Assist with the process of applying for Competency Evaluations and Restoration
    8. Complete follow–up meetings with those being discharged from correction centers and treatment facilities
    9. Make referrals to the Base Service Unit (BSU) and other community support programs when appropriate
    10. Assist with employment, mental health treatment, medical treatment, food, clothing, transportation and housing and any other Social Determinants of Health needs
    11. Communicate with the Dept. of Corrections (DOC) to ensure mental health service follow up upon release
    12. Provide liaison services to the Courts, District Attorney, Probation, Public Defender, private attorneys, corrections, law enforcement and the BSU
    13. Coordinate, schedule and attend meetings, trainings and works sessions as needed

    OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB:

    1. Attend staffing, training, and other meetings as required
    2. Proficient with computer programs
    3. Performs other job-related work as required

    SUPERVISION GIVEN:
    Reports directly to the Mental Health Administrator/Deputy Administrator and receives occasional instructions and supervision regarding daily work duties.

    WORKING CONDITIONS:

    1. Works indoors with adequate lighting, temperature, and ventilation
    2. Works with average indoor exposure to noise and stress, but subject to frequent disruptions
    3. Works with average indoor exposure to dust/dirt, noise, stress, and disruptions
    4. Travels periodically to other work sites as needed

    PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS:

    1. Must possess ability to record, convey and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions
    2. Must possess hearing, seeing, speaking, and reasoning senses necessary to carry out job duties
    3. Must be able to sit for long periods during the workday, with frequent standing, walking and occasional bending, twisting, stooping, reaching, and grasping as necessary to carry out essential job duties
    4. Dexterity requirements range from simple to coordinated movements of fingers/hands; to simple movements of feet/legs/torso as necessary to carry out job duties
    5. Light work, with occasional lifting/carrying of objects with weights of 20-30 pounds
    6. Must be able to cope with the physical and mental stress of the position
    7. Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work

    QUALIFICATIONS

    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:
    Bachelor’s Degree and one year of mental health, criminal justice, or case management experience.
    Necessary Special Requirement: Must possess a Pennsylvania driver’s license.

    CLEARANCES:

    • Must work in conjunction with employer to apply for Act 34 PA State Police Criminal History, Act 151 PA Child Abuse and FBI clearances prior to employment. All clearances must reflect acceptable results
    • Must not appear on Preclusion Lists as defined by “Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance Bulletin 99-11-05 Provider Screening of Employees and Contractors for Exclusion from Participating in Federal Healthcare Programs”

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

    1. Must be able to speak and understand the English language and to follow oral and written instructions
    2. Must possess effective oral and written communication skills
    3. Must possess ability to function independently, have flexibility and personal integrity and the ability to work effectively with clients, authorities, co-workers, and others
    4. Must possess the technical knowledge of operating personal computers and other office equipment
    5. Must possess general knowledge of modern office practices and procedures and have the ability to apply same to essential duties of the job and develop efficiencies
    6. Must possess ability to perform simple math calculations with accuracy and reasonable speed
    7. Must possess ability to learn county, state and federal rules and regulations, procedures, and practices
    8. Must be willing and able to work within strict rules of confidentiality regarding client information and records
    9. Must possess ability to prepare and maintain files and reports
    10. Must be able to type with accuracy and efficiency
    11. Must possess the ability to compose replies to routine correspondence
    12. Must be comfortable working with a variety of computer applications and software
    13. Must possess excellent organizational skills and the ability to prioritize and coordinate several schedules and/or projects with accuracy and efficiency
    14. Must possess the skills necessary to prepare, edit and format grammatically correct written materials

    HOW TO APPLY:
    A County application is required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are only accepted for positions in which the county is actively recruiting. Applications received for positions not being advertised or general/blanket applications will be discarded.

    Please submit an application to:

    Human Resources Administration Building
    Second Floor
    330 Main Street
    Clarion, PA 16214

    Applications are available:

  • Online by visiting: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php
  • In-Person by visiting the Clarion County Human Resource Office on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building located at 330 Main Street, Clarion, PA 16214 • By fax or e-mail. You must contact the Clarion County Human Resource Office by calling 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 to share your e-mail or fax number.
  • DEADLINE TO APPLY: Monday November 22, 2021, at 4:00 PM.

    CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
    CLARION COUNTY IS A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE

    APPLICANTS WHO REQUIRE SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS DUE TO A DISABILITY SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 FOR ASSISTANCE.



    Service Coordinator II Outreach
    County of Venango

    Venango County is currently accepting applications for a full-time (40 hrs./wk.) Service Coordinator II Outreach Coordinator for our Children & Youth Services.

    This position is housed in a local school setting. They provide paid time off (vacations, holidays, sick time), employer-paid individual coverage for medical (no waiting period), dental and life insurance, employer-paid family vision, along with an excellent pension plan. Starting salary: $14.34/hr. plus $750 sign-on bonuses.

    Veterans claiming veterans’ hiring preference must provide a valid DD214 form that clearly displays an honorable or general discharge and dates of service completed. Successful candidates will work with the county to complete the clearance and drug screening process. All background checks must reflect acceptable results.

    Job qualifications are obtainable online at www.pacareerlink.pa.gov or www.indeed.com.

    Qualified applicants must successfully pass an interview.

    County applications must be completed and returned to Venango County Human Resources, Troy A. Wood Human Services Complex, 1 Dale Ave., Franklin, PA 16323 by 11/19/21 at 4:00 p.m. Late applications are not considered.

    You can download an application via the county website by visiting the HR Job Application Process section at https://www.co.venango.pa.us/288/Job-Application-Process and clicking the appropriate link to download the form. Or, application and job description can also be provided via email upon request. Questions can be addressed by calling 814-432-9551 or via email at ssutch@co.venango.pa.us. **Drug-Free Workplace** EOE M/F/D/V



    Preschool Teacher
    Riverview Intermediate Unit #6

    Riverview Intermediate Unit #6 currently has an opening for a Preschool Teacher, working out of Punxsutawney region for Early Intervention.

    Full-time (185 days) professional union position with salary and benefits as per the collective bargaining agreement. Requires bachelor’s or master’s degree in early childhood education or special education with appropriate PA Instructional I or II Teaching Certificate. Experience with preschool children, experience writing IEPs, and knowledge of special education regulations preferred.

    Application Deadline: November 12, 2021

    Send application packet to Teresa Baker via email, tbaker@riu6.org, or mail to Riverview Intermediate Unit 6, 270 Mayfield Road, Clarion, PA, 16214. Application packet includes, but not limited to, letter of interest, standard application, clearances, certifications, transcripts, and any related training certifications/trainings (mandated reporter, suicide prevention, trauma, SAP, etc.).

    Riverview Intermediate Unit 6 reserves the right to withdraw this posting without filling the position.



    Special Education Service Coordinator
    Riverview Intermediate Unit #6

    Riverview Intermediate Unit #6 currently has an opening for a Special Education Service Coordinator, at Pathways Adolescent Center.

    Full-time (185 days) professional union position with salary and benefits as per the collective bargaining agreement. Requires a bachelor’s or master’s degree in special education with appropriate PA Instructional I or II Teaching Certificate. Experience with students in residential placements preferred. This is a new job description that will be presented to IU Board in December.

    Application Deadline: November 12, 2021

    Send application packet to Teresa Baker via email, tbaker@riu6.org, or mail to Riverview Intermediate Unit 6, 270 Mayfield Road, Clarion, PA, 16214. Application packet includes, but not limited to, letter of interest, standard application, clearances, certifications, transcripts, and any related training certifications/trainings (mandated reporter, suicide prevention, trauma, SAP, etc.).

    Riverview Intermediate Unit 6 reserves the right to withdraw this posting without filling the position.



    Multiple Positions at National Forest Products
    National Forest Products

    National Forest Products, in Marienville, PA, is seeking motivated and reliable individuals for their Inspection and Finishing Departments.

    Duties for the Finishing Department include sanding of cabinet components, staining, and painting cabinet pieces.

    Duties for the Inspection Department include Cleaning, inspecting, and packaging cabinets and shelves. Also grouping orders for delivery.

    These are full-time positions and include paid vacation time, paid holidays, and life insurance.

    Interested candidates are encouraged to apply in person at:

    427 NFP Drive
    Marienville, PA 16239

    Monday – Friday 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.



    Production Supervisor
    Commodore Homes of Pennsylvania

    Commodore Homes of Pennsylvania is looking to add to their team of Production Supervisors.

    A Production Supervisor is a leader, trainer, and communicator on the production floor and implements procedures to ensure safety, quality, and efficiency within their team.

    Responsibilities include:

    • Overseeing assigned job functions such as carpentry, electrical, drywall, molding, siding, welding, plumbing, final finish, etc
    • Supervising employees for performance and quality standards
    • Monitoring employee work performance and making recommendations and following through with corrective actions
    • Organizing, monitoring, and prioritizing tasks to meet production goals
    • Maintaining communication between employees and management to ensure procedures and policies are well-understood
    • Working closely with departments within Commodore including Engineering, Quality Control, Purchasing, and more to ensure our production process is efficient and the homes we make are of great quality
    • Ensuring compliance with safety and quality standards
    • Participating in Commodore’s Safety Program by watching for and addressing safety concerns, training and leading employees in safety procedures, and making recommendations and plans to fix any safety issues
    • Working closely with other supervisors and Production Managers to ensure peak productivity

    Skills and Qualifications:

    An ideal Supervisor must be highly team-oriented with excellent communication skills and ethics.

    Candidates applying to be a Production Supervisor should also show the following skills and qualifications:

    • Knowledge of manufacturing tools and equipment
    • Excellent organization, communication, leadership, and interpersonal skills
    • Problem-solving skills
    • Strong work ethic
    • Ability to adhere to production processes
    • Ability to write reports legibly and accurately

    Schedule:

    This position is full-time, Monday-Friday, day shift.

    Benefits Include:

    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Paid Time Off
    • Paid Holidays
    • 401k with company matching
    • Company Paid for Life Insurance
    • FSA
    • Long Term Disability

    Salary:
    Salary range starting at $45,000/year, commensurate with experience.

    TO APPLY:
    Applications are accepted via Indeed/Glassdoor or apply in person at 20898 Paint Blvd, Shippenville, PA 16254. Applicants can also call 814-226-9210 for an email to send resumes to.

    About Commodore:
    Commodore Homes of Pennsylvania is a division of Commodore Homes which is one of the largest modular and manufactured home builders in North America, with multiple divisions and sales in over 35 states. Commodore Homes has consistently ranked as one of the largest home builders in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Midwest United States, and prides itself on a long-term stable workforce, with skilled craftspeople dedicated to building homes.

    Their longevity and success are based on a few simple beliefs:

    • Build a great home at a fair price, creating affordable quality for our homeowners
    • Work with the best builders and retailers, and help them be successful
    • Provide their employees with the best tools, training, and support for a satisfying career


    Union Production Employees
    Commodore Homes of Pennsylvania

    Commodore Homes of Pennsylvania is looking for motivated individuals with a great work ethic.

    Candidates with or without experience are encouraged to apply and join their team to start a fulfilling career. This is an excellent opportunity to learn new skills and trades as on-the-job training is provided for all of their production positions.

    This candidate would have the opportunity to learn about and work in various functions of residential manufactured home construction including the following:

    • Carpentry
    • Electrical
    • Plumbing
    • Welding
    • Siding
    • Carpet Laying
    • Cabinet Building
    • Forklift Operating
    • And More

    Skills and Qualifications:
    An ideal Production Employee will be dependable, team-oriented, safety-conscious, and enjoy working with their hands.

    Candidates applying should also show the following skills and qualifications:

    • Ability to follow directions accurately
    • Attention to detail and organization skills
    • Efficiency
    • Good time management skills

    Schedule:
    This position is full-time, Monday-Friday, day shift.

    Benefits Include:

    • Paid time off including vacation and personal
    • Company Paid Pension Contributions
    • 401K
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Company Paid Life Insurance
    • Company Paid AD&D Insurance
    • 10 Paid Holidays
    • Safety Incentive Program
    • Longevity Pay

    Salary:
    After a 45 day probationary period, the hourly rate is based on the union contract incentive system; the last five months’ average was $26.40/hour.

    TO APPLY:
    Applications are accepted via Indeed/Glassdoor or apply in person at 20898 Paint Blvd, Shippenville, PA 16254. Applicants can also call 814-226-9210 for an email to send resumes to.

    About Commodore:
    Commodore Homes of Pennsylvania is a division of Commodore Homes which is one of the largest modular and manufactured home builders in North America, with multiple divisions and sales in over 35 states. Commodore Homes has consistently ranked as one of the largest home builders in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Midwest United States, and prides itself on a long-term stable workforce, with skilled craftspeople dedicated to building homes.

    Their longevity and success are based on a few simple beliefs:

    • Build a great home at a fair price, creating affordable quality for our homeowners
    • Work with the best builders and retailers, and help them be successful
    • Provide their employees with the best tools, training, and support for a satisfying career


    Production Supervisor
    Colony Factory Crafted Homes

    Colony Factory Crafted Homes, in Shppenville, currently has an opening for a Production Supervisor.

    Job Summary:

    Supervises multiple production departments to maintain efficiency. Works with other supervisors to ensure optimal productivity. Competitive salary and benefits are available.

    Qualifications:

    • Proven leadership experience
    • Management skills
    • Time Management
    • Some construction knowledge helpful

    Apply in person or online: https://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=production%20supervisor&l=Shippenville%2C%20PA&vjk=87fec3cce17a0787&advn=2132972271540680



    Full-Time Production Workers
    Colony Factory Crafted Homes

    Colony Factory Crafted Homes, in Shppenville, currently has openings for Production Workers.

    Work Schedule:
    7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.; ½ hour unpaid lunch, (2) 10 minute breaks, one at 10:00 a.m. and one at 2:00 p.m.

    Essential Functions/Job Tasks:
    Capable of performing multiple production line positions, such as: installing furnaces and exterior doors, building walls, carrying items throughout the building, installing hot water tanks, etc.

    Secondary job functions include: sweeping dust and debris to maintain clean, clear, and unobstructed walkways.

    Probationary period of 45 worked days; following probation period, benefits include health, 401k, optional eye and dental coverage, etc.

    Must be 18+ years of age.

    Job Type: Full-time

    Apply in person or online: https://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=production%20worker&l=Shippenville%2C%20PA&vjk=cd8efdeb36d49aee



    Registered Nurses
    Butler Health System- Clarion Hospital

    Butler Health System- Clarion Hospital, currently has openings for Registered Nurses.

    Join the team of dedicated professionals at Clarion Hospital and enjoy new wages, a flexible schedule, and their weekend program.

    To Apply:

    Online: www.ClarionHospital.org
    Email: brooke.divins@butlerhealthsystem.org
    or
    Call Brooke Divins at 814-226-2630

    Clarion Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer



    Several Positions Available Through All Seasons Temporaries Inc.
    All Seasons Temporaries, Inc.

    All Seasons Temporaries, Inc. has several new job openings in the local area.

    Lumber Handlers – Endeavor, Pa.

    $12/Hr. Non-Exempt

    Temporary to permanent employment

    6:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

    Weekly Pay.

    Excellent benefits package after full-time hire probationary period has been met.

    Requirements:

    • Must be able to stand, kneel, bend, push, and pull during 8-hour shift
    • Must be reliable
    • Must have a high school diploma

    Duties: (but not limited to):

    • Sort, stack and count lumber
    • Bundle lumber accordingly
    • Properly run machines
    • Ability to work with team members to complete duties

    For more information, call 814-437-2148 or send your resume to tiffany@allseasonstemps.com


    Painter

    $11/Hr. Non-Exempt

    Will train on 1st shift 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for 90 days, then go to 2nd or 3rd shift

    Potential for 90 days temp to perm.

    Duties:

    • Read work orders- analyze require paint operation
    • Perform hand spray paint techniques overs a lengthy time span
    • Paint in a flat, horizontal, vertical, down, or overhead position
    • Be able to use a variety of hand tools

    Requirements:

    • Steel-toed shoes
    • Push/pull 40 lbs.
    • Bend, twist, and stand for long periods of time
    • Pre-employment screening

    For more information, call 814-437-2148 or send your resume to tiffany@allseasonstemps.com


    Stick Layers and Bin Tenders – Marienville

    $12-$12.50/hour – 1st and 2nd shifts available – Non-Exempt

    Job Requirements:

    • Ability to lift, bend, twist, and stand for duration shift
    • Must pass pre-employment screening
    • Must have steel-toed boots
    • Must have general mathematical skills
    • Must abide by all safety protocols
    • Understand lockout protocols
    • Must be able to work with a team

    Duties (but not limited to):

    • Stack and sort lumber in appropriate slots
    • Count pieces in stacks
    • Tag bundles
    • Operate machines and make sure they do not jam
    • Clean machines when they are down
    • Maintain clean work spaces

    For more information, call 814-437-2148 or send your resume to tiffany@allseasonstemps.com


    About All Season’s Temporaries Inc.

    All Season’s offices are located at 1288 Liberty Street in Franklin and 113 N. Broad Street in Grove City.

    For more information, call 814-437-2148 for the Franklin office or 724-458-6777 for the Grove City office.

    Interested individuals may contact either office for available assignments.



    Waiver Coordinator
    The County of Clarion

    The Clarion County Developmental Disability department currently has an opening for a Waiver Coordinator.

    POSITION: Waiver Coordinator- Full-Time, 80 hours per pay

    DEPARTMENT: Developmental Disability (DD), Clarion, PA

    PAY GRADE: $29,390.40-$34,935.95

    BENEFITS: Up to family coverage for health, dental, and vision insurance effective first of the month after the date of hire. Vacation, personal, and sick time off, 13 paid holidays off. Enrollment in Clarion County’s Pension plan.

    POSTING DATE: Monday, November 1, 2021

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: Monday, November 15, 2021, at 4:00 PM.

    HOW TO APPLY
    A County application is required to be considered for the advertised vacancy.
    Applications are available at: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php


    OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF JOB
    The primary responsibility of this position is to assure consistent quality for all recipients of the Waiver Services programming delivered by the Clarion County Developmental Disability (DD) Administrative Entity. Important aspects of this work are the annual Individual Service Plan (ISP) review and approval in the Home and Community Service Information System (HCSIS) system, and the assurance of compliance with all State and Federal regulations pertaining to the delivery of Waiver Services for DD and Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) per the current Administrative Entity Operating Agreement with the Office of Developmental Programming.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF JOB

    1. Directs Waiver Program for Administrative Entity:
      • Attends training sessions, Regional and State meetings pertaining to waiver and HCSIS.
      • Assists Deputy Administrator with periodic program review of all waiver service providers including provider qualification and provider monitoring using state created documents and HCSIS or other state specified electronic reporting platform.
      • Ensures that all Individual Service Plans are completed for each waiver consumer and kept current at all times.
      • Conducts monthly review and maintenance of PUNS (Priority of Urgency of Needs) “waiting” list for waiver services.
      • Acts as the liaison between the AE and contracted agencies on waiver specific issues
      • Directs Service Coordination Unit in the completion of all Waiver Eligibility processes including but not limited to:
        1. Certification and re-certification of waiver recipients
        2. Compliance with “Due Process” issues/fair hearing documentation
        3. Assurance of Consumer choice and service preference
        4. Maintenance of waiver forms and documents for compliance with AE oversight process
      • Serves as point person for Statewide Employment initiatives, strategic plan and employment efforts within AE
      • Serves as point person for Statewide Lifesharing initiatives, strategic plan and lifesharing efforts within the AE
      • Serves as point person for Regional Positive Practices Committee and PPRT Processes
    2. Provides guidance to the DD Supports Coordination Unit staff
      • Provides direction and technical assistance to staff regarding all aspects of waiver programming
      • Approves Individual Support Plans (ISP) in HCSIS
      • Conducts assigned HCSIS rolls and activities necessary for completion of provider rates and individualized units
      • Is responsible for waiver file maintenance and ensures accuracy of filing system
      • Is responsible for waiver intake and eligibility activities to assure level of care and medical need for waiver
      • Assists with prioritizing queue for wait list and participates in waiver capacity activities as needed
      • Reviews assessments for needs and assures that service requests are forwarded to regional reviewers for approval
      • Makes service requests to regional point for new or expanded services as well as requests for exceptions to prescribed limits using state forms and processes
      • Notifies individuals of Due Process Rights and participates in Fair Hearing requests
      • Coordinates training on waiver related subjects with SC Provider(s)
      • Develops and coordinates routine Waiver monitoring review for compliance with ODP regulations
      • Assists SC Unit Supervisor with trainings related to employment, lifesharing, Positive Practices and other waiver related initiatives
    3. Works closely with Deputy Administrator
      • Assists with monitoring the quality of services to the consumers delivered by the contracted providers and recommends changes in program operation and plans when necessary
      • Assists with and is an active participant in Provider Qualification Process
      • Assists Deputy Administrator in management processes, program planning and evaluation of contracted and direct services
      • Reviews existing policies and procedures and makes recommendations for updates; creates drafts of new policies and procedures for Administrative approval in the areas of waiver, file maintenance, team processes and state guidelines
    4. Prepares reports, documentation and correspondence, as necessary
    5. Attends various meetings, in-service trainings, and staff development meetings as directed by DD Deputy or County Administrator

    OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB

    1. Assists in answering phone and performing other duties within office as necessary
    2. Attends meetings and/or training as required
    3. Performs other job-related work duties as required

    SUPERVISION RECEIVED
    Direct supervision and evaluation is provided by the DD Deputy Administrator through consultation and regularly scheduled staff meetings.

    SUPERVISION GIVEN
    None

    WORKING CONDITIONS

    1. Works indoors in adequate workspace, lighting, temperature and ventilation
    2. Works with average indoor exposure to noise, stress and disruptions
    3. Occasionally deals with angry or disruptive individuals
    4. Normal indoor exposure to dust/dirt
    5. Travels periodically to perform essential job duties

    PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS

    1. Must possess the ability to record, convey and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions
    2. Must be able to sit for long periods throughout the workday, with intermittent periods of standing, walking, bending, twisting and reaching necessary to carry out duties of job
    3. Dexterity requirements range from simple to coordinated movements of fingers/hands; feet/legs; torso necessary to carry out duties of job
    4. Sedentary work, with occasional lifting/carrying of objects with a maximum weight of ten pounds
    5. Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work

    QUALIFICATIONS
    Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Services or related field and two years’ experience in human services; or any equivalent combination of experience and training.

    CLEARANCES

    • Must work in conjunction with employer to apply for Act 34 PA State Police Criminal History, Act 151 PA Child Abuse and FBI clearances prior to employment. All clearances must reflect acceptable results.
    • Must not appear on Preclusion Lists as defined by “Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance Bulletin 99-11-05 Provider Screening of Employees and Contractors for Exclusion from Participating in Federal Healthcare Programs.”

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

    1. Considerable knowledge of supports coordination principles per ODP guidance
    2. Considerable knowledge of all waiver specific regulation per the AE Operating Agreement
    3. Considerable knowledge of current social, economic, and health problems and resources related to developmental disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorder
    4. Considerable knowledge of individual and group behavior and ways or working effectively with persons who have social, economic, emotion or health problems
    5. Knowledge of the basic principles and methods of program interpretations and community organization
    6. Ability to teach others and provide in-service training
    7. Ability to work effectively with people and aid them in constructively adjusting to their specific problems
    8. Complies with the HIPAA privacy and security regulations that govern disclosure of protected health information and follows all procedures developed by the agency to comply with those regulations. Access to protected health information is limited as identified on the attached workforce designation

    HOW TO APPLY
    A County application and transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are only accepted for positions in which the county is actively recruiting. Applications received for positions not being advertised or general/blanket applications will be discarded.

    Applications are available:

    • Online by visiting:
      www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php
    • In-Person by visiting the Clarion County Human Resource Office on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building located at 330 Main Street, Clarion, PA 16214
    • By fax or e-mail. You must contact the Clarion County Human Resource Office by calling 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 to share your e-mail or fax number.

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: Monday, November 15, 2021, at 4:00 PM.

    CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
    CLARION COUNTY IS A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE

    APPLICANTS WHO REQUIRE SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION1S DUE TO A DISABILITY SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 FOR ASSISTANCE.



    CDL Class A Driver
    Moonlight Packaging

    Moonlight Packaging is currently seeking a CDL Class A driver for local deliveries and a Non-CDL Driver under 26,000 pounds for local deliveries.

    Full-Time Monday through Friday. Home every day 8 to 10-hour workdays. Retirement with a company match, paid vacation, paid holidays, health insurance.

    Please drop off a resume at 99 Darr St. Oil City, PA 16301 or email a resume to sales@moonlightpackaging.com.



    Intake Caseworker Supervisor
    Clarion County Children and Youth Services

    Clarion County Children and Youth Services currently has an opening for a Intake Casework Supervisor.

    POSITION: Intake Casework Supervisor- Full-Time, 80 hours per pay

    DEPARTMENT: Children & Youth Services, Clarion, PA

    PAY GRADE: $ 38,854.40-$46,185.67

    BENEFITS: Up to family coverage for health, dental, and vision insurance effective first of the month after date of hire (employee pays 12.5% of premium, county pays 87.5%). $1,500 stipend if you do not need the county insurance. Life insurance coverage at no cost to employees. 5 Vacation days first year, 10 vacation days starting second year, 3 personal days per year, 10 sick days per year, 13 paid holidays off. Enrollment in Clarion County’s Pension plan (vested after 5 years, eligible to retire at 55 with 20 years of service).

    POSTING DATE: October 27, 2021

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: November 10, 2021, at 4:00 PM.

    QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor’s degree which includes or is supplemented by successful completion of 12 college credits in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice, or other related social sciences.

    HOW TO APPLY:
    A County application and copy of your transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy.

    Applications are available at: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php

    OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF JOB:
    This is professional social service work of a supervisory nature. Employees in this class supervise the provision of case management services to children, youth and families, people who are mentally disabled, people who are physically challenged, and others to assist them in attaining a more satisfactory social, economic, emotional or physical adjustment. Work involves responsibility for supervising and training a small group of professional county social service workers, but the worker will also carry a caseload. Supervision may also be exercised over paraprofessional human service workers. Work is performed in accordance with established regulations, policies and procedures, but employees are expected to exercise considerable initiative and independent judgment in achieving objectives. Work is reviewed by a professional or administrative supervisor through conferences, reports and results attained.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF JOB:

    1. Supervises assigned staff and handles related personnel issues including evaluation of work and staff
    2. Assigns work to assigned staff to ensure even distribution of cases
    3. Provides daily instruction, support and direction to staff regarding any issues and ensures compliance with state and agency policies and procedures
    4. May conduct intake assessment interviews to determine needs of children and adults
    5. May provide crisis intervention either by phone or in person to stabilize adults, children and families
    6. May make referrals for ongoing treatment
    7. Assesses individuals for need of emergency mental health services and provides direct delegate services as needed
    8. May provide information, referral and other required services to individuals
    9. May receive Reports of Need (RON), and appropriately categorizes the RON according to severity of the report. Appropriately acts on each category RONs according to PA Code 6 §15.26 b (1) through (5), §15.42 (a) through (d) and §15.45 (a) through (c)
    10. May investigate or provides supervisory support for protective service reports according to PA Code 6 §15.41-15.43 and reviews same received from community or facility as specified in PA Code 6 § 15.45
    11. May complete screening and intake forms in order to determine need for assessment services and priority for services, and/or provides supervision to assigned staff who perform these functions
    12. May determine level of care based on placement guidelines
    13. May determine appropriate funding arrangements that includes review of client’s income, third party benefits and individuals’ eligibility for referral to funding sources/agencies and recommends services for alcohol and other drug individuals
    14. Assesses crisis situations and acts to resolve them appropriately
    15. Prepares reports, summaries and documentation as required and needed on individuals’ records and progress; utilizes computer frequently for record-keeping/reporting requirements
    16. Oversees the development and implementation of service plans for individuals including use of community resources and natural supports
    17. May make necessary arrangements according to individuals’ needs including referrals/contacts to other community services/agencies to help fulfill the service plan/meet immediate needs
    18. Maintains accurate documentation and records on individuals and their progress and assures that subordinates do the same
    19. Coordinates schedules to assure efficient program management
    20. Assists and supervises preparation for court reviews and hearings and testifies as required at court hearings
    21. Holds regularly scheduled individual supervisory meetings including 10-day reviews
    22. Prepares required reports as mandated by federal, state, or County policies and procedures
    23. Completes necessary filing and maintenance of records
    24. Participates in the on-call rotation to offer support and guidance to workers after hours

    OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB:

    1. Attends staffings, training, and other meetings as required
    2. Assures that all required documentation is submitted to or file with the Courts
    3. Does entry into pertinent data bases and completes required paperwork/reports
    4. Performs other job-related work as required

    SUPERVISION RECEIVED:
    Supervised directly by the Children & Youth Administrator. Will be closely supervised during the first 6 months in the position.

    SUPERVISION EXERCISED:
    Supervises the Intake Caseworker staff assigned to Intake but provides support to all staff in the unit.

    WORKING CONDITIONS:

    1. Works indoors in adequate workspace, lighting, temperatures, and ventilation
    2. Works with average indoor exposure to noise, but subject to frequent disruptions and stress
    3. Normal indoor exposure to dust/dirt
    4. Works in conditions of potential outbursts or disruptive behavior of individuals
    5. Travels frequently during all seasons and is exposed to outdoor elements, including snow and icy roadways
    6. Works frequently outside the office and is exposed to above average dust/dirt/odors and smoke

    PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS:

    1. Must possess above average ability to record, convey, and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions
    2. Usually performs job functions in a high-stress environment
    3. Must be able to sit and/or drive for long periods throughout the work day with intermittent periods of standing, walking, bending, twisting, and reaching as necessary to carry out essential duties of job
    4. Dexterity requirements range from simple to coordinated movements of fingers/hands; feet/legs; torso as necessary to carry out duties of job
    5. Sedentary work, with occasional lifting/carrying of objects with a maximum weight of fifty (50) pounds
    6. Must be able to cope with the physical and mental stress of the position
    7. Must be able to physically and mentally react quickly in the event of a disturbance or physical outbreak
    8. Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work
    9. Must have above-average ability to think clearly and act decisively

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Two years of professional experience in public or private social work and a bachelor’s degree with major course work in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice, or other related social sciences; OR any equivalent combination of experience and education which includes 12 college credits in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice, or other related social sciences.

    Clearances:

    • Must work in conjunction with the employer to apply for Act 34 PA State Police Criminal History, Act 151 PA Child Abuse and FBI clearances prior to employment. All clearances must reflect acceptable results.
    • Must not appear on Preclusion Lists as defined by “Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance Bulletin 99-11-05 Provider Screening of Employees and Contractors for Exclusion from Participating in Federal Healthcare Programs.”

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

    1. Must be able to speak and understand the English language in an understandable manner in order to carry out essential job duties
    2. Must possess effective communication and interpersonal skills
    3. Must possess initiative and problem-solving skills
    4. Must possess the ability to function independently and have flexibility
    5. Must possess the ability to maintain confidentiality in regard to individual’s information and records
    6. Must possess the ability to operate personal computer and related software, to type and utilize other office equipment, and to prepare required reports
    7. Must possess the ability to make accurate observations and documentation of it in regard to individuals’ needs
    8. Must possess some knowledge of child development and the ability to conduct intake assessments
    9. Must possess the ability to express empathy and understanding to all individuals
    10. Must be able to interact effectively with staff at other agencies
    11. Must be able to work effectively with persons involved in the criminal and/or juvenile justice system
    12. Must be able to rapidly establish rapport with individuals having behavioral health, substance abuse, or intellectual challenges
    13. Must have transportation available and a willingness to travel for work-related job duties
    14. Must possess knowledge of departmental policies and procedures and the ability to train others of same and enforce them in regard to department duties and responsibilities
    15. Must possess effective interpersonal skills in dealing with individuals, co-workers, agencies, therapists, physicians, police officers, and other professionals
    16. Must possess knowledge of and ability to practice effective organizational and conflict management techniques
    17. Must possess the ability to equitably divide workload with Caseworkers
    18. Must assure coverage for all Intake unit functions in the absence of Caseworker

    HOW TO APPLY
    A County application and transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are only accepted for positions in which the county is actively recruiting. Applications received for positions not being advertised or general/blanket applications will be discarded.

    Applications are available:

    • Online by visiting:
      www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php
    • In-Person by visiting the Clarion County Human Resource Office on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building located at 330 Main Street, Clarion, PA 16214
    • By fax or e-mail. You must contact the Clarion County Human Resource Office by calling 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 to share your e-mail or fax number.

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: November 10, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

    CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
    CLARION COUNTY IS A DRUG FREE WORKPLACE

    APPLICANTS WHO REQUIRE SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION1S DUE TO A DISABILITY SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 FOR ASSISTANCE.



    All Positions, Full-Time and Part-Time at Sweet Basil
    Sweet Basil Restaurant and Bar

    Sweet Basil Restaurant and Bar is currently hiring full-time positions for hostesses, bartenders, servers, cooks, and dishwashers.

    Sweet Basil offers a competitive wage and health insurance.

    Applicants must possess the following qualities:

    • Friendly and positive attitude
    • Reliable, dedicated, and strong work ethic
    • Loves working in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment
    • Willing to work nights, various shifts, and weekend

    Full-time and part-time positions are available.

    No experience is required.

    Apply in person at the restaurant located at 21108 Paint Blvd, Shippenville, PA 16254, The restaurant opens at 11:00 a.m. seven days a week.

    Interested applicants can also send their resumes to basiljobs2005@gmail.com.



    Residential or General Real Estate Appraiser
    Burns and Burns Associates

    Burns and Burns Associates, in Clarion, currently has an opening for a Full-time Residential or General Real Estate Appraiser.

    Must be willing to travel in and around Clarion County and surrounding counties

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Perform technical appraisal work for individuals and appraisal companies
    • Perform appraisals on residential land and properties of one-to-four dwelling units, which involves research and mathematical calculations, conducting analysis, and applying the three approaches to value (market, cost, and income) as necessary, primarily utilizing the market approach
    • Travel to field sites to perform appraisals
    • Perform related work as required

    REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, and ABILITIES:

    • Knowledge of the techniques used to appraise the value of residential real estate.
    • Knowledge of federal and state laws and regulations pertaining to real estate.
    • Knowledge of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP).
    • Ability to read and interpret technical information.
    • Ability to perform mathematical calculations necessary to appraise real estate.
    • Ability to analyze and interpret real estate data.
    • Ability to communicate effectively orally.
    • Ability to communicate effectively in writing.
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.

    MINIMUM EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING: Possession of a valid Pennsylvania Certified Residential Real Estate Appraiser certification.

    CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT: Possession of a valid PA Driver’s License.

    *Benefits offered

    Apply on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jobs/job-opening/2281644318817599/?source=job_ats or e-mail info@burnsandburns.com



    Production Manager and Administrative Assistant/Bookkeeper
    American Precast Industries, LLC

    American Precast Industries, LLC currently has openings for a Production Manager and an Administrative Assistant/Bookkeeper.

    American Precast Industries, LLC is a manufacturer of precast concrete products in Clarion, PA. Their current products range from pole bases to large retainage wall blocks. They are a fast-growing organization and looking for individuals who will be part of a team responsible for safely and efficiently producing precast concrete products of the highest quality standards.

    Position: Production Manager
    Job ID: 2021-062131 Exempt
    Job Type: Full-Time
    Work Remotely: No

    Multiple Positions Open

    American Precast Industries is seeking applications from a motivated individual with concrete and management experience to fill a production manager position. Applicants should have a minimum of five years’ experience as a production manager, site foreman, or project manager in the concrete or other relevant industry. Applicants must have the ability to manage employees and maintain a production schedule. General knowledge of concrete, with the ability to test and finish concrete is preferred. All applicants must be able to read and understand production build sheets as well as the ability to send and review emails.

    Starting salary for this position is $42,000 as well as the benefits outlined below. The production manager will be provided with a cell phone and laptop.

    Benefits offered:

    • 401(k)
    • 401(k) matching
    • Dental insurance – Company paid
    • Health insurance – Company paid
    • Vision Insurance – Company paid
    • Major holidays observed
    • Paid time off

    Benefit Conditions:

    • Waiting period may apply

    Schedule:

    • Monday to Friday (Shift dependent)
    • Additional hours as needed to complete production
    • Pay Frequency (Bi-weekly)

    American Precast Industries, LLC, does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, veterans’ status, or any other characteristic protected by law. They are always looking for the best, most qualified people to join their team.

    *Experience is a plus, but not required. They will train candidates.
    *Growth opportunities based on job performance

    Qualified applicants are subject to pre-employment drug testing, physical, and background check upon receipt of conditional job offer.

    Please send job application to Tom McConnell, Sales Director, tmcconnell@americanprecastindustries.com, or contact at 814-316-2754.


    Position: Administrative Assistant/Bookkeeper
    Job ID: 2021-062145 Non-Exempt
    Job Type: Full Time
    Work Remotely: No

    Multiple Positions Open

    American Precast Industries is seeking a self-motivated organized professional for the position of bookkeeper and administrative assistant. Applicants must have a firm understanding of Microsoft office particularly Microsoft Excel. Experience with general accounting and Quickbooks is preferred but not required. On-the-job training will be provided for all bookkeeping requirements.

    Starting wage is $15 an hour along with the benefits listed below.

    Benefits offered:

    • 401(k)
    • 401(k) matching
    • Dental insurance – Company paid
    • Health insurance – Company paid
    • Vision Insurance – Company paid
    • Major holidays observed
    • Paid time off

    Benefit Conditions:

    • Waiting period may apply

    Schedule:

    • Monday to Friday (Shift dependent)
    • Additional hours as needed to complete production
    • Pay Frequency (Bi-weekly)

    American Precast Industries, LLC, does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, veterans’ status, or any other characteristic protected by law. They are always looking for the best, most qualified people to join their team.

    *Experience is a plus, but not required. They will train candidates.
    *Growth opportunities based on job performance

    Qualified applicants are subject to pre-employment drug testing, physical, and background check upon receipt of conditional job offer.

    Please send job application to Tom McConnell, Sales Director, tmcconnell@americanprecastindustries.com, or contact at 814-316-2754.



    Home Setting Crew Members
    Steinman Building Systems

    Steinman Building Systems is currently looking for dedicated and responsible workers to set manufactured homes.

    Steinman Building Systems offers a competitive salary with overtime which equals unlimited earning potential.

    No experience? Not a problem. On-the-job training will be provided to those who are willing to learn.

    Roofing experience is preferred but not necessary.

    Valid driver’s license required.

    Some overnights are required.

    If interested please call Pat Steinman at 814-221-4467.



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