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Richmond Behavioral Health - Psychosocial Rehabilitation Provider

Job Description: Culpeper, VA. Full-time position working with clients with mental illnessógenerating opportunities for clients to develop community integration and job skills; developing vocational opportunities; implementing psychosocial rehabilitation principles in daily operations; training and supervising clients; preparing and maintaining files and records; and preparing reports. Knowledge and aptitude in the following areas are preferred: psychosocial rehabilitation principles, mental health issues and treatment resources; developmental and vocational programming, including socialization and habilitative needs and of behavioral programming techniques; knowledge of the local labor market; and, the ability to develop and manage transitional employment sites. Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelorís degree with major coursework in human services or a related field and some clinical experience working with persons diagnosed with mental illness are required. This is light work requiring the exertion of up to 20 pounds of force occasionally. Possession of a valid Virginia driverís license with an acceptable driving record is required.

Salary: $28,977.00/annually

How to Apply: Please visit to apply. RRCSB/AAA is an Equal Opportunity Organization. Minorities and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Closes: Open Until Filled

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