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Violent Death Reporting System Coordinator - Research Scientist
WI Department of Health Services The National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS) Coordinator for Wisconsin is responsible for performing work involved in studying the distributions and determinants of morbidity and mortality related to violent deaths in Wisconsin, including opioid overdose deaths and suicide. This position is responsible for the timely collection, abstraction, and entering of specific information and circumstances of fatal opioid overdose and other violent deaths into the NVDRS web-based system. The data collected provide the only comprehensive violent death data available for Wisconsin. The position reviews, analyzes, abstracts and edits specific violent death information from sources such as the medical examiner, coroner, and law enforcement agency reports and Wisconsin death certificates, following CDC guidelines. The incumbent is also responsible for development and implementation of data quality control procedures according to standards for coding classifications. The NVDRS Coordinator will provide epidemiological, surveillance, statistical expertise and support to the WI-VDRS and the Injury and Violence Prevention Program, as well as subrecipient oversight of Coroners/Medical Examiner’s (CME) across the state in compiling data necessary to generate a comprehensive analysis of violent and substance-involved mortality throughout Wisconsin. The coordinator will support the program though ensuring data integration across multiple data systems and timely data reporting to the CDC.
Technical Advisor – Harm Reduction Strategy, Wisconsin Department of Health Services
Vital Strategies and Wisconsin Dept. of Health Services WIDHS plays a critical leadership role in the state’s effort to address the drug overdose epidemic and preserve and restore the dignity and self-determination of people who use drugs as they interact with various services and systems. Vital Strategies will provide a seconded staff to WIDHS to lead development of Wisconsin’s Harm Reduction Strategy. This position will analyze gaps in current programming, understand and map county-level plans to avoid duplication and synergistic collaboration, and design a multiyear, multiagency strategic plan that can also be adopted at county level and by sovereign nations. Period of Assignment: The incumbent is an at-will employee as determined by WIDHS, Vital Strategies, and the employee. The position is grant funded; the initial position will last through September 2023 with possibility to extend. After the project period the position will be considered for a permanent DHS position depending on funding.
Mental Health Therapist
Richland County Health and Human Services Richland County Health and Human Services has a full-time opening for a Mental Health Therapist in our Behavioral Health Services Unit providing mental health treatment service facilitation in a community setting. Duties include maintaining a consumer treatment caseload, clinical crisis assessment, and coordination of mental health treatment services via the Chapter 51 system.
Master’s Degree in Social Work or related field is required with the appropriate number of hours of supervised clinical experience preferred. Current Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, or Licensed Professional Counselor certification in the State of Wisconsin is preferred. A valid driver’s license with access to reliable transportation is required and local availability for emergency on-call rotation may also be required. Includes health insurance, WRS retirement, and other fringe benefits. Offering flexible work schedule and ability to work remotely.
The wage range for a 40-hr/week licensed position is $27.54-$28.80 per hour. (starting wage for non-licensed applicant is $25.75 per hour which increases to $26.33-$26.91 after probation).
Richland County Health and Human Services Richland County Health and Human Services has a full-time opening for a Social Worker in our Behavioral Health Services Unit providing mental health treatment service facilitation in a community setting. Duties include maintaining a client treatment caseload, providing emergency mental health services, Elder Abuse and Adult-at-Risk services, conducting assessments, and coordination with court systems.
Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related field is required. State Social Worker certification or eligibility is required, and two years of experience working with elders or persons with disabilities and experience with Chapter 54 and 55 of the Wisconsin Statutes preferred. A valid driver’s license with access to reliable transportation is required and local availability for emergency on-call rotation may also be required. Includes health insurance, WRS retirement, and other fringe benefits. Offering flexible work schedule and ability to work remotely.
The wage range for a 40-hr/week certified Social Worker position is $22.14-$23.14 per hour. (starting wage for non-certified applicant is $20.33 per hour which increases to $20.80-$21.25 after probation). Job Application and full Job Description are available at: Richland County Health & Human Services 221 W. Seminary Street Richland Center, WI 53581
Job Application, resume, & cover letter must be submitted to Angie Rizner no later than 3pm on Wednesday, January 17, 2022 at the above address. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
Wisconsin Department of Health Services The Wisconsin Department of Health Service is hiring for positions at offices and facilities statewide. Remote work flexibilities are available for some positions. Sign-on bonuses available for some positions.
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Jefferson County, WI
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Public Health Specialist and SPHS
Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Epidemiology Center The Public Health Specialist provides technical assistance, expertise, and consultation on issues of public health, health communication, health intervention strategies, and carry out research and other projects to identify, define, and prevent disability, morbidity, and mortality associated with disease, injury, and related health issues. Working as a team member, under the direction of a Senior Epidemiologist/Program Manager, the Public Health Specialist provides assistance and support to Tribal Nations on important public health matters. Attendance as scheduled is an essential function of this position. Frequent travel is required to meet the needs of the position.
The Senior Public Health Specialist manages communication channels between all project(s) partners as well as any advisory groups and committees; serves as primary contact for internal and external project leads on assigned project(s); creates health communication strategies and products, supports program manager in ensuring compliance with funding requirements, if appropriate, such as time and effort reporting, grant deliverables, and contract deliverables, is met; works closely with program manager in the implementation of project(s) scope and objectives as well as in developing project(s) budgets and tracks project spending as appropriate; assists in the development of detailed work plans, which include clear milestones and assignment of project(s) task responsibilities and schedules, as well as the collection, analysis and reporting of project data and reports findings and outcomes as requested; conducts project(s) meetings and is responsible for project tracking and monitoring; conducts and provides direction in program or project evaluation.
Community Medical Services Hiring all across our teams! We will be opening soon in Madison Wi!!!
Vivent Health Position Purpose To provide outpatient/day treatment substance use disorder (SUD) and co-occurring mental health services targeting injection and other drug users utilizing the Harm Reduction approach. The Co-Occurring Therapist will conduct intake assessments, treatment planning, group & individual counseling. This person will also be responsible for providing after care and discharge planning activities including follow-ups, as well as assisting with program development.
Essential Functions • Participate in the delivery of a variety of SUD services, as well as BHWC services at various levels of practice, giving primacy to outpatient/day treatment SUD services. This includes on-call/after-hours care. This may require obtaining additional training, specialized expertise, certification, and/or licensure. • Participate in administrative tasks related to Co-Occurring mental health services (e.g. program and policy development/maintenance, marketing, research activities) including assisting with the financial/billing tasks of providing patient/client care. • Ensure that all his/her clinic patient/clients receive quality assessments and an accurate diagnosis including initial screening and appropriate recommendations or referral for mental health issues, facilitate admission to treatment facilities and provide follow-up interventions and care as required or necessary.
Required Experience and Skills • Experience in providing Co-Occurring SUD and mental health services, especially to the IDU population • Satisfactory Caregiver and Criminal Background Checks. • Knowledge of Federal and State SUD and mental health statues and requirements. • Adhere to the Code of Ethics of one’s chosen profession. • Knowledge of and sensitivity to the HIV/AIDS patient population, and/or an eagerness to learn about this community. • Adheres to all agency policies • State of Wisconsin: LPC, LCSW or LMFT • SAC-IT, SAC or CSAC
Technical Advisor – Opioid Funding Strategic Planning, Wisconsin Department of Health Service
Vital Strategies Seconded to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (WIDHS) located in Madison, Wisconsin, this position will analyze gaps in current programming, understand county level plans to avoid duplication, design annual plans at the state level, and facilitate implementation efforts. The Secondee will bring a harm reduction, data driven approach to community awareness/anti-stigma efforts, overdose prevention, treatment, and recovery efforts.
Technical Advisor – Harm Reduction Strategy, Wisconsin Department of Health Services
Vital Strategies Vital Strategies is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Technical Advisor – Harm Reduction Strategy, seconded to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (WIDHS) located in Madison, Wisconsin. This position will analyze gaps in current programming, understand and map county-level plans to avoid duplication and synergistic collaboration, and design a multiyear, multiagency strategic plan that can also be adopted at county level and by sovereign nations.
Wisconsin Community Services Responsible for a range of case management duties, providing structure, accountability and support for successful compliance while in the community. Case managers provide referrals and monitor community-based services including treatment, employment, education and other supportive services, produce accurate and high-quality written and electronic files, including internal and external system communications, conduct timely and complete data entry and more!
Marquette County Human Services Are you looking to be part of a team that provides exceptional, individualized, strengths-based services to youth and adults experiencing mental health and substance use issues? Marquette County Human Services has an opening for a full-time or part-time therapist to work with children, youth, adults, and their families.
Qualified candidates should have:
A master’s degree in Social Work, Clinical Psychology or a relevant field. Licensure as a Professional Counselor, Marriage & Family Therapist or Independent Clinical Social Worker (or equivalent) in Wisconsin with 3,000 hours of supervised clinical experience. Will consider applicants who are working on their 3,000 hours Experience providing substance use disorder treatment preferred A valid Wisconsin driver’s license and access to insured transportation. Experienced therapists eligible for a hiring bonus: $2,500 full-time (40 hrs./wk.) $1,250 part-time (20 hrs./wk.) Salary range $28.36-31.70/hour dependent upon qualifications. Competitive benefit package available that includes exceptional health insurance coverage. Submit required county application form (available by request or at http://www.co.marquette.wi.us), resume and cover letter indicating interest to Melanie Zuehls, Room 101, 77 W. Park Street, P.O. Box 129, Montello, WI 53949 phone (608) 297-3084 fax (608) 297-7606 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Outpatient Clinical Supervisor
Shawano County Dept. of Human Services Responsible for providing specialized professional psychotherapy to individuals, groups and/or families with complex mental health and substance abuse disorders. This position is also responsible for the clinical supervision of the outpatient mental health treatment providers employed by Shawano County DHS.
Shawano County Dept. of Human Services Provides specialized professional psychotherapy and/or counseling to individuals; develops and implements an individualized treatment plan for individuals; develops other community resources to be used in implementing a treatment plan; and has the ability to provide substance use assessments and counseling. Ability to provide integrated therapy services.
Mental Health Professional
La Crosse County Come expand your career with an organization that values and supports you to learn, grow, and develop your career. We are looking for a Mental Health Professional to join our collaborative, supportive, and results-driven team within our Human Services Department. The main focus of the role of Mental Health Professional is intense collaboration with administration, service facilitators, consumers and community vendors to ensure positive consumer outcomes within Comprehensive Community Services (CCS). This includes partnership with Western Region Integrated Care (WRIC) partner Counties and Coordinated Service Teams (CST). Very limited direct clinical practice to consumers is expected. La Crosse County offers the opportunity to bring your whole self to work, engage, lead, and drive your own learning and growth within the organization. La Crosse County leaders are committed to provide a supportive and inclusive work environment.