District 19 - Crisis Stabilization Provider
Job Description: District 19 Community Services Board is offering a PRN position for a Crisis Stabilization Provider to provide short-term crisis stabilization to adults throughout the D19 service areas. Essential duties of this position are: crisis interventions to stabilize psychiatric conditions, problem solving to prevent escalation of psychiatric symptoms, assist in returning consumer to pre-crisis state or better, collaboration with treatment staff and clinical documentation. Successful applicant must have: Bachelorís degree in human services or a related field with at least 15 credits of human service or a Registered Nurse, experience working with adults with an SMI diagnosis; experience working with consumers experiencing a MH Crisis, experience with clinical record documentation and basic computer skills. Preferred qualification: familiarity with local resources. A bilingual candidate (English/Spanish) is preferred. Position offers PRN flexible hours Monday through Sunday as needed. Position above requires a valid VA Driverís License with a point balance of -6 or higher, pre-employment extensive background checks and drug screening. Starting salary is commensurate with experience/training.
Salary: Full Time
How to Apply: Interested applicants should obtain a District 19 CSB Application for Employment from our website, www.d19csb.com or call (804) 862-8062 to request application to be mailed. Return completed applications (and resumes) to D19 Human Resources, 20 W. Bank Street, Suite 7, Petersburg, VA 23803, or fax to 804-863-1665. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of completed D19 CSB applications. Position is open until filled.
Closes: Open Until Filled
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