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129 Career Opportunities at Howard Center Inc


Develop, plan and teach academic and social skills curriculum for student(s) in the INCLUSION program.

Provide case management and service coordination to clients, regardless of diagnosis. Explore services throughout Chittenden County, coordinating with multiple stakeholders both in and outside of Howard Center to best meet client needs.

Lakeview is a long-term recovery-based Howard Center group home for 16 adults with mental health challenges. Many of our residents have lived together for decades, and several of our dedicated team members have worked at Lakeview for decades as well.

The Clinical Supervisor II is a senior supervisory position in Outpatient Services. This position will combine direct clinical services to individuals/groups/families and supervise clinicians.

Our Registered Nurses safely dispense methadone and buprenorphine products while maintaining all nursing dispensary operations.

As a member of the Career Connections program, educate and advise staff, clients and their family members concerning benefits related to Social Security, Economic Services and Subsidized Housing programs.

Our Nurses safely dispense methadone and buprenorphine products while maintaining all nursing dispensary operations.

Join Vermont's globally recognized opiate treatment program at the Chittenden Clinic in South Burlington.

*Position Open September 2022* Offer leadership, supervision, expertise, provide coverage and assessment to those providing supported employment services through employment case management (Employment Advisors) and direct support (Job Coaches).

Provide mental health, consultation and case management services to youth, using a Social Work model. The School Services Program helps children, ages 3-22 and their families address challenges so that children can experience healthy development and school success. School Services Clinicians act as the link between home, school and community in order to promote and support students' overall school and social success.

Supervise and oversee an administrative support team that provides administrative, operational, and technical support to multiple programs in order to maintain effective and efficient operations. Administrative Program Coordinators collaborate within and outside their assigned programs, often in roles of process leaders and liaisons to internal and external partners. A valid driver's license and personal transportation is required.

Provide instructional and behavioral treatment for children with emotional, behavioral, and/or developmental disabilities.

Maintain a healthy living environment, providing supervision, modeling healthy interactions, and responding safely to escalated behavior, while working with at-risk children.

Develop Flexible Pathways to meet student needs while supporting teachers and staff to understand learning differences. Provide resources and strategies to support differentiated instruction. Provide direct instruction in supporting student IEP goals.

Provide individualized support and counseling, facilitate therapeutic groups, provide support to parents and families, and inform milieu-based treatment at the Jean Garvin School.

The nurse is responsible for oversight, coordination, and documentation of the medical care for all youth in the Jean Garvin School. This includes provision of direct nursing care, development of medical policies and procedures, maintenance of health records and oversight of health and safety QA processes.

Plan and prepare nutritionally balanced meals that meet the federal programs that provide healthy food to children (National School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program, Child and Adult Care Food Program, Summer Food Service Program, and Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program). The cook also interacts with students during meal times, talking with them about food education.

Develop and apply Flexible Pathways to teach adolescents with learning challenges, ASD, Complex Trauma and other mental health challenges. Support classrooms with differentiated instruction. Capable of being compassionately assertive, utilizing Relational and Trauma Informed instructional strategies.

Develop and apply Flexible Pathways to teach adolescents with learning challenges, ASD, Complex Trauma and other mental health challenges. Support classrooms with differentiated instruction. Capable of being compassionately assertive, utilizing Relational and Trauma Informed instructional strategies.

Teaching Interventionists have the unique opportunity to collaborate with master classroom teachers, special educators, and clinicians to develop skills in differentiating instruction, restorative practices, and trauma-transformative education. This is a unique opportunity for early career educators to refine and build skills as classroom teachers.

The Recruiter - Talent Consultant will partner with hiring supervisors to support full life cycle recruiting and hiring processes and support effective on boarding and off boarding of employees.

Ensure that patients receive appropriate medical care as a part of their treatment while adhering to regulatory requirements. Responsibilities include patient care, administrative leadership and on-call rotation.

Ensure that direct staff are receiving clinical supervision from Program Managers while coordinators manage administrative supervision.

Provide support services to adults with intellectual disabilities or autism spectrum disorder in community settings.

Become a teacher, mentor, mediator and life coach to our residents, while developing therapeutic relationships and modeling healthy living skills. This position comes with valuable supervision and training and the opportunity for professional growth within the agency.

Provide services to clients in psychiatric and/or alcohol/substance abuse crisis in short term residential programs. Tasks include providing supportive counseling, assessing level of risk, mental status and/or substance-related withdrawal symptoms, and supporting clients in their process of stabilization from acute crisis.

Provide quality assistance to clients, community members, the general public and employees of the agency and ensure efficient and smooth day-to-day operations of our building. This position supports a medical and outpatient counseling office.

The School Services Program helps children, ages 3-22 and their families address challenges so that children can experience healthy development and school success. School Services Clinicians act as the link between home, school and community in order to promote and support students' overall school and social success.

Seeking individual to fulfill a dual outpatient role that includes providing both individual therapy to participants of Reach Up, and a CBT manualized group therapy for individuals struggling with maternal depression. This position would provide mental health and substance abuse services; including outpatient counseling, group therapy, assessment/screening, referral, therapy groups, and case management to Reach-Up clients and participants in the VT MOMS PartnershipSM project.

New Posting CIS Coordinator
The CIS Coordinator provides leadership to the regional CIS system of care in all aspects of systems development, service delivery, professional development, financing, data collection, and evaluation for the CIS array of services (Early Intervention, Strong Families Vermont Home Visiting, Specialized Child Care, and Early Childhood and Family Mental Health), with the goal of supporting families in accessing needed services in a coordinated and integrated manner.

Provide behavioral and administrative supervision to Behavior Interventionists in the Baird School.

We have an opening for an experienced Maintenance Specialist to provide both routine and complex maintenance support services to Howard Center sites in Rutland, VT. To be considered for this position you must have specialized skills required to perform specialty jobs.

Provides leadership for several residential programs and for Community Support Program (CSP) staff and functions. This position will oversee 3 residential programs and will supervise life skills educators and interns in the Community Support Program. Consider this position if you have a Masters degree and are license/license eligible.

Offer 1:1 community-based support and guidance to individuals ages 4-22. Develop programs focused on goals directed towards emotional regulation and independent living skills. The ARCh program exhibits a commitment to community inclusion, self-determination, and individualized growth for people with developmental disabilities and/or emotional disturbance.

This position is responsible for protecting and managing clients' health information at Howard Center sites. This is accomplished through auditing functions, the processing of authorizations, communicating with staff and others, and providing training and support as needed.

Join Howard Center North in an exciting, community focused position with direct service work with our local hospital system and a federal grant focusing on low barrier treatment and access. This position will have a variety of outreach and non-traditional clinical activities for an outpatient clinician. Apply if you are interested in working with community partners, focusing on helping members of our community with barriers to traditional treatment and would like to gain experience with substance use treatment. Howard Center North covers the communities of Franklin and Grand Isle Counties and hosts a range of clinical services including: co-occurring substance use focused outpatient therapy & case management, the area's only intensive outpatient program and a large medication assisted treatment spoke program.

Intensive Community Support Worker-ASL Want to learn more ASL or use your current ASL skills? Support needed for deaf adults. Assist with independent living skills, accessing the community and recreation skills.

Promote healthy social, emotional, and behavioral functioning with adolescent males who have engaged in sexually harmful behaviors. The Park Street program is a family centered, trauma informed residential treatment program located in Rutland, VT.

Provide services for youth and adults at the Howard Center's Chittenden County Emergency Services Program, regardless of age or diagnosis.

The School Services Program helps children, ages 3-22 and their families address challenges so that children can experience healthy development and school success. School Services Clinicians act as the link between home, school and community in order to promote and support students' overall school and social success.

Care Coordinators are responsible for eligibility determination, assessment of need, plan development to address a child's needs and coordination of multiple services. This position is within the ARCh team which serves children and young adults, up to the age of 22, who have intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorder or an emotional/behavioral challenge.

Supervisors in the First Call for Chittenden County are responsible for daily operations and clinical oversight of the 24/7 program. The Supervisor I staff provides on-site call center support, onboarding training of new staff, and consultation to any member of the team in addition to supervision to substitute, on-call, and part time staff.

A Senior Clinician is a school contracted position within the Baird School. The school serves children with social, emotional, and behavioral challenges. The role of the Senior Clinician is responsible for providing a clinical presence for the program and within the clinical team. Senior Clinician is trained to work across all client populations regardless of age and diagnosis. Senior Clinician is well versed in mental health diagnosis, treatment and behavior interventions, and social emotional learning.

Provide 1:1 treatment service to individuals ages 2-21 with an autism spectrum disorder. Services are provided in, home, school, and community settings, targeting teaching essential skills including social communication, adaptive behavior, daily living, and functional learning skills.

Provide supervision to residential staff, oversees implementation of the identified supports outlined in Individual Support Agreement, and monitor the budget.

The Children's Outpatient Clinician position open in our clinic-based settings working with children with mental health support needs. Goal to improve functioning, decrease symptomology, and increase overall wellbeing. Therapy will take place in both school and clinic settings. A successful candidate is professional, mature, relaxed, introspective, team player to be in this counseling role.

provide a broad spectrum of community-based services designed to educate and guide skill development for caregivers and children to remediate the effects of trauma, overcome skill deficits, and promote healthy normative development. This is a unique position that provides support to children outside of the classroom and in the community. The interventionist can get creative with planning daily sessions that are fun and productive yet tailored to each child's likes and dislikes.

First Call for Chittenden County responds to mental health emergencies, with the philosophy that the caller defines the crisis. The population served includes youth and adults in Chittenden County, other family members or natural supports, Howard Center staff, medical and mental health care providers, law enforcement, schools, and other community partners.

Supervise and monitor clients to ensure structure and safety. Provide group intervention, individual support, and case management. ASSIST is a residential setting for adults needing crisis respite and stabilization services and can serve up to 6 adults at a time.

Provide behavioral and administrative supervision to Behavior Interventionists in the INCLUSION Program.

Ensure a safe and clean environment for Howard Center employees and clients adhering to rules regarding health and safety. Ask about the Sign on Bonus!

Provide both routine and complex maintenance support services to multiple Howard Center sites.

Maintain a therapeutic and stable residential group home for adults with severe mental illness and/or substance use issues. This home is State licensed, (Level IV) Therapeutic Community Residence, with the capacity to serve eight adults, and is always staffed by two Residential Counselors. Full time and part time available.

The JOBS Clinician provides clinical case management services to youth, ages 16-22, with emotional/behavioral disabilities through assessment, treatment planning, coordination, and monitoring of services. Service provision include supportive counseling, skills training, facilitation with accessing basic living supports and crisis intervention.

Work closely with local law enforcement to provide the best services to residents at the lowest level of intervention possible. In this position, individuals will be a designated liaison to a specific community but also provide a regional response. This role involves directly working with diverse populations.

Support labor functions and day-to-day employee & labor relations, including investigations and act as a resource to staff in interpretation of policies, procedures, labor laws, and collective bargaining agreements. Work to ensure positive relations within the agency and with our union partners, with customer service being a top priority.

Teach a ten hour risk reduction Prime for Life curriculum to individuals with impaired driving offenses. Howard Center offers the Vermont State approved Impaired Driver Rehabilitation Program (IDRP) classes for individuals who have had their license suspended because of an impaired driving violation. This consists of either a two day intensive weekend or a four evening monthly option.

Purchase and maintain adequate inventory levels, and distribution of supplies and PPE for all of the agency's sites and programs.

The Transition House is a 4-bed residential treatment program in Essex, VT. The goal of the work is to promote and support successful transitions for adolescent males, back into their communities. Schedule is four asleep overnight shifts.

Supervise a team of direct care staff, offers leadership within the milieu and provides guidance during crisis situations. Ensure that high quality care is provided at all times. The successful candidate is able to effectively model how to work with highly traumatized children and ensure safety in the work.

Promote and support successful transitions for adolescent males back into their communities.

First Call responds to mental health emergencies, with the philosophy that the caller defines the crisis. The population served includes youth and adults in Chittenden County, other family members or natural supports, Howard Center staff, medical and mental health care providers, law enforcement, schools and other community partners.

Seeking candidate to provide screening for incapacitation due to alcohol or other drug use, and supervise those who are housed as they become legally sober. The St. Albans Public Inebriate Program (PIP) provides a safe and supervised environment for individuals who are incapacitated due to alcohol or other drugs.

The Clinical Supervisor II is a senior supervisory position in Outpatient Services supporting our Howard Center North Outpatient program in St. Albans. This exciting leadership opportunity will have a supervisory role and management responsibilities among a dynamic multidisciplinary team made up of behavioral health clinicians, nursing and other medical support staff and providers.

Assist adults with mental health challenges at Howard Center's homeless shelter. Safe Haven is a single-staffed, transitional housing program. This full time position offers a Monday through Friday schedule.

Safely dispense methadone and buprenorphine products at the Chittenden Clinic, a large Opioid Treatment Program in Chittenden County, serving 1,000 patients. We are willing to train recent grads or continue growing experienced nursing professionals. Part time (24 hours)

Establish and maintain a therapeutic environment for adults with mental health/substance use challenges and a history of homelessness. We have multiple positions, including full time evenings with partial weekend availability. Full Time positions offer a 4-day work week and full benefits.

Full Time and Part Time positions available! Maintain a therapeutic, clean, and stable residential environment for adults with mental health challenges and/or substance use issues during in the overnight hours. Overnight shifts are often double-staffed.

Provide support to community members and law enforcement by responding to calls related to mental health, substance abuse, and other social service needs by providing immediate support and referral to resources for community members.

The Behavior Analyst conducts behavioral assessments, develops comprehensive behavioral treatment plans, supervises Behavior Interventionists, collaborates with educational teams and families, and provides crisis supports.

Support families and client teams by conducting regular meetings, initiating contact, attending home visits and team meetings, and managing a client's team of support.

Outpatient clinician position to provide therapy to clients receiving developmental services due to intellectual disability and/or autism spectrum disorder diagnosis as well as mental health support needs. As a clinician, you will have an opportunity to work one-on-one with individuals in a therapeutic capacity as well as develop creative groups to meet the needs of our clients.

Manage and supervise all aspects of service for individuals with intellectual disabilities and/or autism spectrum disorder. Work within a clinical team to develop, plan, and implement case management, therapy, and community/residential assistance.

Provide leadership, creativity, and ingenuity while supervising a new and rapidly growing program.

Initiate constructive activities that address goals on a client's Individual Support Agreement (treatment plan), facilitate community inclusion, daily living, and skill acquisition and provide needed behavioral and/or mental health support.

We want you! Visit our weekly hiring event for this specific position. On-site interviews available, and a $1,000 sign-on bonus is offered. When: Every Wednesday from 1-3pm Where: 102 S. Winooski Ave., Burlington, Vermont

As a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) team member, implement the Agency’s strategic diversity, inclusion and equity objectives, while coordinating DEI programs for all levels of staff. Consider this 20 hour, benefits eligible position, if you are motivated to work on culture changes for a human services agency.

The Baird School has an opening for a licensed General Education-Elementary Classroom Teacher for the 2022-2023 school year, interested in teaching all content areas to a self-contained class of approximately 9 students.

The School Services Program helps children, ages 3-22 and their families address challenges so that children can experience healthy development and school success. School Services Clinicians act as the link between home, school and community in order to promote and support students' overall school and social success.

Work closely with local law enforcement to provide the best services to residents at the lowest level of intervention possible. In this position, individuals will be a designated liaison to a specific community but also provide a regional response. This role involves directly working with diverse populations. This position will cover expected and unexpected staff absences/vacancies, with the possibility of full time hours to cover a maternity leave.

Lead Howard Center's physical security and emergency preparedness operations. Work closely with program leaders, applying broad knowledge of the security and emergency planning fields to ensure the agency’s varied sites and programs are supported in meeting the safety needs of employees, clients, visitors.

Make a difference in the lives of people in early substance use recovery. Act 1/Bridge is a short term social detox and crisis stabilization program in Burlington that supports individuals who are detoxing and sobering. This is a great learning opportunity for someone interested in the field of substance use. We value applicants with lived experience. Substitute staff cover open shifts due to vacancies and planned/unplanned time off.

Provide support to recruit, train, schedule and supervise Residential Counselors. This role also provides direct intervention with clients. The Community Support Program provides residential support for adults with chronic and persistent mental health needs.

Oversee a team of up to 6 Program Managers and direct staff. This role offers leadership, supervision, expertise and risk assessment in the areas of residential, day supports, crisis/clinical and family respite.

Provide direct support at residential program serving clients receiving Developmental Services. Provide high level support to adults requiring intensive psychiatric, behavioral and/or medical support both within their residential homes as well as in the community. Opportunities for schedules include daytime, evening, overnight and weekend hours.

Provide service in a residential home serving children ages 5-13, who are experiencing an acute mental health emergency.

Seeking an experience manager to oversee the purchasing operations across Howard Center implementing changes as needed to ensure the agency is optimizing available resources.

The School Services Program helps children, ages 3-22 and their families address challenges so that children can experience healthy development and school success. School Services Clinicians act as the link between home, school and community in order to promote and support students' overall school and social success.

Provide intensive clinical support and therapeutic opportunities in both a residential setting and in the community to individuals with cognitive and mental health challenges. The residential programs are modeled off of a home setting serving between 3-6 clients.

Oversee all aspects of the Impaired Driver Rehabilitation Program (IDRP) in Chittenden County. Provide education, referral, assessment/screening, and exit services to clients who have experienced substance-use related legal problems and are required to attend the Impaired Driver Rehabilitation Program..

Safely dispense methadone and buprenorphine products at the Chittenden Clinic, a large Opioid Treatment Program in Chittenden County, serving 1,000 patients. We are willing to train recent grads or continue growing experienced nursing professionals.

Provide clinical oversight and consultation for Long Term Supports and Services (LTSS). Implement policies and practices related to client care with developmental disability and mental health challenges.

Family and Community Based Services provides individualized, child-centered and family-friendly supports to help families with children from age 4-17 who have significant emotional, behavioral, or mental health challenges.

Provide specialized support to clients who possess a range of intellectual disabilities in community and residential settings.

Facilitate patient care delivery at the Chittenden Clinic by supporting medical providers in both clinical and administrative capacities. The Chittenden Clinic is a large Opioid Treatment Program in Chittenden County, serving 1,000 patients.

Provide support services to adults who may have intensive needs who live in Howard Center short term or long-term residences . This role ensures a safe, healthy, and functional environment while providing direct service to clients. In this position you could train to work in up to 4 residential/group homes, each one unique in population, structure and shifts.

Play an important role in helping people in your community. Join the Street Outreach team where you will provide street-based outreach services to individuals who are experiencing homelessness, mental health crises or substance use concerns.

The Park Street Program is a residential treatment program in Rutland, VT specializing in therapy for adolescent males who have engaged in sexually harmful behaviors. Programming is family centered and trauma informed.

**$2000 Sign on Bonus** Provide specialized support to clients who possess a range of intellectual disabilities.

Provide direct clinical services to individuals, groups and/or families in office and/or community. Consider this position if you are fluent in English and another language represented in our community

Family and Community Based Services provide individualized, child-centered and family friendly supports to help families with children ages 4-17 who have significant emotional, behavioral or mental health challenges. Clinicians provide assessment, in-home family support, crisis intervention and advocacy to help families access needed services and supports.

Provide substitute coverage or additional coverage for staff during absences and provide back-up pager coverage. Respond flexibly to program needs and coordinate scheduling when needed.

As a member of the Career Connections program, educate and advise staff, clients and their family members concerning benefits related to Social Security, Economic Services and Subsidized Housing programs. Careers Connections serves adults with mental health conditions. Ideal candidate will have diverse knowledge of State and Federally funded benefits, program rules, and disabilities. (This position requires in-person services to clients. There is not a remote option)

Provide life skills education, social engagement, resource connection, and supportive counseling to individuals in the Community Support Program. The Community Support Programs serves adults residing in Chittenden County who are living with a major mental illness and co-occurring substance use challenges. Consider this position if you would like to assist in a person's recovery with a strengths-based and client-focused approach.

FT and PT available PT = Provide nursing oversight and support at the Lakeview Care Home, a licensed, level 3 residential care home serving sixteen adults with chronic mental illness. Day-shift schedule spread over 3-4 days. FT = Provide nursing oversight for individuals with developmental disabilities and co-occurring medical and/or mental health conditions living in community settings and licensed residential homes. Day-shift schedule M through F.

The Employment Advisor works as part of a team to provide individualized employment support to a caseload of clients receiving developmental services. Project Hire helps adults to find meaningful, competitively-paid employment In Chittenden County. The specific supports and services offered are individualized for each person, based on their interests and employment goals.

Join the Project Hire team and provide individualized on the job support to assist adults receiving in maintaining employment.

Provide professional mental health and/or substance abuse crisis response, clinical counseling/therapy, care coordination and case management services to clients. Clinicians will conduct client assessments, coordinate services, and provide individual and group counseling to assigned clients.

Provide support to clients who possess a range of intellectual disabilities. This position requires strong crisis de-escalation skills and flexibility. Work with a large variety of teams, clients and community partners. Full time and part time positions available (40 hrs/wk and 30 hrs/wk)

**$1000 Sign on Bonus for full time positions** Developmental Services is eager to hire new members to our team! Provide 1:1 support to clients receiving Developmental Services in the community, residential and/or job setting. This position works with a variety of clients with specialized supports and clinical needs. Full time (40 hours) and part time (20 hours or 30 hours) positions available.

Wide variety of shifts available to work as a substitute staff supporting individuals with developmental disabilities. Commit to shifts based on your availability while actively helping clients with high need for personal care, special care, or particular behavioral or mental health supports.

A sub position that allows you to pick up shifts that work for you schedule. Facilitate community integration for clients with intellectual disabilities who may also have behavioral and/or psychiatric challenges by providing individualized support.

Howard Center provides Internships to undergrads and master's level students in a wide array of settings and programs.

Deliver case management services administratively and clinically to an assigned caseload of clients (adults 18 years or older) with major mental illnesses and co-occurring disorders.

Maintain a therapeutic and stable residential group home for adults who are considered to have major mental illness and/or substance use issues. The home is a licensed Level IV TCR. Two part time positions remaining.

Work with clients and community partners as part of a Howard Center team serving individuals receiving medication assisted treatment through the Chittenden Clinic/HUB. Carry a full case load and deliver comprehensive case management and health home services based on individual client needs.

Facilitate community integration and independent living skills for clients with intellectual disabilities who are a part of the Avenue 7 program. Clients may also have behavioral and/or psychiatric challenges by providing individualized support.

Do you like to provide students with varied community based learning opportunities? If you do, then the Fay Honey Knopp Memorial School is the school for you!

Join the Project Hire team and provide individualized on the job support to assist adults receiving in maintaining employment.

Provide direct crisis response/resolution services that are informed and guided by a candidate's personal experience with recovery from mental health and/or substance use conditions. This is a substitute position, and the hours will vary. Ideal candidate will have interest in Social Justice and Disability Rights.

Be part of the solution and come join Vermont's globally recognized opiate treatment program at the Chittenden Clinic in South Burlington. You will work under Vermont's opiate use disorder expert, Dr. John Brooklyn, who incorporates new and innovative methods of treatment into daily practice. Howard Center was also recipient of the National Council for Behavioral Health's 2019 Excellence in Addictions Treatment Award!

Leadership position with excellent professional development opportunities! Provide administrative and clinical supervision and ensure that adequate case management services are provided to persons with major mental illnesses.

Part time Respite Provider role to support children in a therapeutic model via a community based setting.

This position provides consultation, clinical leadership and direct care to assigned services in the Safe Recovery program. Looking to fill this role as a medical provider for a low-barrier buprenorphine program. This is a part time position with a minimum of ten hours/week.

Plan and prepare meals, order and purchase supplies, and engage in positive interactions with residents of the Lakeview Care Home.

Facilitate community integration and independent living skills for clients with intellectual disabilities who are a part of the SUCCEED program. Clients may also have behavioral and/or psychiatric challenges by providing individualized support.

Cover open shifts due to vacancies and planned/unplanned time off. A hospital diversion program, ASSIST is staffed 24/7/365 and supports adults as they transition from inpatient to outpatient services or stabilize from personal crises. Staff supervise and monitor clients to ensure structure and safety, provide group intervention and individual support, and offer case management and therapeutic services.

Rewarding opportunity currently available for a Psychiatrist to join Howard Center's outpatient team. As a member of this team you will provide psychiatric consultation and clinical leadership.

Provide support to 3-6 clients with cognitive and mental health challenges in a residential setting and in the community. Client needs are complex and range in intensity of supports provided. Sub - Residential Instructors cover open shifts (day, evening, weekends, overnights) due to vacancies and planned/unplanned time as they have availability.