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EBER

Human Services

237 26th Street Ogden, Utah 84401 801-625-3788 Fax: 801-778-6878 www.weberhs.org

Preference will be given to Spanish speaking applicants

Weber Human Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free & Tobacco-Free Workplace Must be willing to complete a criminal background check and a pre-employment drug screen

Job Opportunities as of 8-7-2015

Employment Opportunities

An Employment Application Must be Completed When Applying for any Position

The application can be found at:

237 26th Street, 1st Floor Information Desk, Ogden, UT 84401

Or printed from our website www.weberhs.org

Applications can be submitted at the Information desk, faxed, emailed to apply@weberhs.org or mailed

CLINICAL POSITIONS

CASE MANAGER

Closes When Filled

Senior Services Job #0815-06

Part-Time; $12.76/hour (20 hours/week)

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Perform advocacy roles for residents in long-term care facilities, such as

nursing homes and assisted living facilities, by working with or on behalf of residents to resolve complaints and concerns, as well as informing residents, their families/friends, and facility employees about residents’ rights. On a case-by-case basis, engage in case management work for clients of Home and Community-Based Programs, Medicare/Medicaid counseling, and client service assessment for other aging programs. Produce, maintain, and monitor necessary documentation of program activities and expenses, as well as individual records.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Gerontology, or related field. One year

of direct experience working with the elderly and/or people with disabilities. Valid Utah driver license with a clean driving record (no driving violations) since the job will require some Agency driving.

LCSW/CMHC/MFT

Closes When Filled

Adult Mental Health Job #0815-01

Full-Time; $18.45/hour CSW, ACMHC, AMFT; Extensive Benefits Package

$21.85/hour LCSW, CMHC, MFT; Extensive Benefits Package

This position is eligible for an initial $3,000 sign-on bonus and an additional $5,000 bonus after 2 years.

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Weber Human Services (WHS) employs an innovative, motivated, and highly

skilled workforce in utilizing the latest research-based treatments in the field of mental illness and substance use disorders. WHS regularly provides highly specialized training, and significant technical supervision and

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W

EBER

Human Services

237 26th Street Ogden, Utah 84401 801-625-3788 Fax: 801-778-6878 www.weberhs.org

Preference will be given to Spanish speaking applicants

Weber Human Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free & Tobacco-Free Workplace Must be willing to complete a criminal background check and a pre-employment drug screen

Job Opportunities as of 8-7-2015

focused, and currently leads all publically funded treatment centers in percentage of clients improved and/or recovered.

WHS seeks clinicians who can engage clients in an effective therapeutic relationship while delivering research-based services. With heavy emphasis on professional development, clinicians will have the necessary skills to decrease symptoms of mental illness and/or substance use disorders, and improve functioning in important life domains of clients. Clinicians are expected to deliver the services as designed, and actively participate in clinical competency-based training, remain open to ongoing coaching and feedback in delivery of services, and demonstrate adaptability in the ever-changing work environment of behavioral health. If you are looking to make a real difference in the lives of adults, youth, and children; be part of a highly skilled clinical team, and make a substantial contribution to a supportive work environment please submit your application and resume. The Adult Mental Health clinician will serve on an Assertive Community Outreach Treatment team. This team will have the responsibility to help stabilize acute clients who have been ‘high utilizers’ and serve homeless persons under the Collective Agreement to Benefit Homeless Individuals grant (CABHI).

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Master’s level substance abuse therapist with at least one year of training in

co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders. Current Utah LCSW, CMHC or MFT license in good standing. Must maintain license by meeting all requirements of licensure including obtaining requisite CEU's. This position may be under filled with a CSW, ACMHC or AMFT on an interim basis at the wage of

$18.45/hour with the following requirements: 1) Master's degree in social work or related field, 2) approved by DOPL as a trainee (intern) in social work, and 3) MUST commit to obtaining full license within 2 years from date of hire, with probationary period continuing for this 2-year period. Valid Utah driver license with a clean driving record (no driving violations) since the job will require some Agency driving.

PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS: Master’s level substance abuse therapist with at least one year of

supervised experience in a combined substance abuse/mental health setting.

LCSW/CMHC/MFT

Closes When Filled

Adult Mental Health Job #0715-03

Full-Time; $18.45/hour CSW, ACMHC, AMFT; Extensive Benefits Package

$21.85/hour LCSW, CMHC, MFT; Extensive Benefits Package

This position is eligible for an initial $3,000 sign-on bonus and an additional $5,000 bonus after 2 years.

2 Positions Available

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Weber Human Services (WHS) employs an innovative, motivated, and highly

skilled workforce in utilizing the latest research-based treatments in the field of mental illness and substance use disorders. WHS regularly provides highly specialized training, and significant technical supervision and

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W

EBER

Human Services

237 26th Street Ogden, Utah 84401 801-625-3788 Fax: 801-778-6878 www.weberhs.org

Preference will be given to Spanish speaking applicants

Weber Human Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free & Tobacco-Free Workplace Must be willing to complete a criminal background check and a pre-employment drug screen

Job Opportunities as of 8-7-2015

focused, and currently leads all publically funded treatment centers in percentage of clients improved and/or recovered.

WHS seeks clinicians who can engage clients in an effective therapeutic relationship while delivering research-based services. With heavy emphasis on professional development, clinicians will have the necessary skills to decrease symptoms of mental illness and/or substance use disorders, and improve functioning in important life domains of clients. Clinicians are expected to deliver the services as designed, and actively participate in clinical competency-based training, remain open to ongoing coaching and feedback in delivery of services, and demonstrate adaptability in the ever-changing work environment of behavioral health. If you are looking to make a real difference in the lives of adults, youth, and children; be part of a highly skilled clinical team, and make a substantial contribution to a supportive work environment please submit your application and resume. The Adult Mental Health clinician provides services to clients 18 years and older who have been diagnosed with Axis 1 mental health disorders.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Current Utah LCSW, CMHC or MFT license in good standing. Must

maintain license by meeting all requirements of licensure including obtaining requisite CEU's. This position may be under filled with a CSW, ACMHC or AMFT on an interim basis at the wage of $18.45/hour with the following requirements: 1) Master's degree in social work or related field, 2) approved by DOPL as a trainee (intern) in social work, and 3) MUST commit to obtaining full license within 2 years from date of hire, with probationary period continuing for this 2-year period. Valid Utah driver license with a clean driving record (no driving violations) since the job will require some Agency driving.

INSTRUCTOR

Closes When Filled

Youth Mental Health – Autism Job #0715-02

Full-Time; $11.90/hour; Extensive Benefits Package

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Provide services to autistic and developmentally delayed preschool children

under the direction of the lead instructor; assists the Lead Instructor and shares responsibility for writing, implementing, and evaluating program and/or client’s Individualized Service Program as assigned. Assists in designing and leading these specialized programs and teaching procedures for structuring small groups of autistic children in order to develop and promote academic knowledge and abilities through application of behavioral techniques and procedures. Assist in implementing procedures for the training of parents and/or staff; organizing and maintaining daily programs and/or other service agreements. Maintain timely and accurate documentation. Assist in maintaining a professional atmosphere for the program; other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in one of the behavioral sciences and one of more years of

closely related experience with autistic and developmentally delayed children or an equivalent combination of related education and experience.

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W

EBER

Human Services

237 26th Street Ogden, Utah 84401 801-625-3788 Fax: 801-778-6878 www.weberhs.org

Preference will be given to Spanish speaking applicants

Weber Human Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free & Tobacco-Free Workplace Must be willing to complete a criminal background check and a pre-employment drug screen

Job Opportunities as of 8-7-2015

LCSW/CMHC/MFT

Closes When Filled

Youth Mental Health – School Based Job #0715-01

Full-Time; $18.45/hour CSW, ACMHC, AMFT; Extensive Benefits Package

$21.85/hour LCSW, CMHC, MFT; Extensive Benefits Package

This position is eligible for an initial $3,000 sign-on bonus and an additional $5,000 bonus after 2 years.

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Weber Human Services (WHS) employs an innovative, motivated, and highly

skilled workforce in utilizing the latest research-based treatments in the field of mental illness and substance use disorders. WHS regularly provides highly specialized training, and significant technical supervision and

coaching to clinicians in the delivery of these effective interventions. The organization is client-outcome focused, and currently leads all publically funded treatment centers in percentage of clients improved and/or recovered.

WHS seeks clinicians who can engage clients in an effective therapeutic relationship while delivering research-based services. With heavy emphasis on professional development, clinicians will have the necessary skills to decrease symptoms of mental illness and/or substance use disorders, and improve functioning in important life domains of clients. Clinicians are expected to deliver the services as designed, and actively participate in clinical competency-based training, remain open to ongoing coaching and feedback in delivery of services, and demonstrate adaptability in the ever-changing work environment of behavioral health. If you are looking to make a real difference in the lives of adults, youth, and children; be part of a highly skilled clinical team, and make a substantial contribution to a supportive work environment please submit your application and resume. The Youth Mental Health – School based clinician provides services to children (K-6th grade) and their families on site at designated community schools.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Current Utah LCSW, CMHC or MFT license in good standing. Must

maintain license by meeting all requirements of licensure including obtaining requisite CEU's. This position may be under filled with a CSW, ACMHC or AMFT on an interim basis at the wage of $18.45/hour with the following requirements: 1) Master's degree in social work or related field, 2) approved by DOPL as a trainee (intern) in social work, and 3) MUST commit to obtaining full license within 2 years from date of hire, with probationary period continuing for this 2-year period. Valid Utah driver license with a clean driving record (no driving violations) since the job will require some Agency driving.

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W

EBER

Human Services

237 26th Street Ogden, Utah 84401 801-625-3788 Fax: 801-778-6878 www.weberhs.org

Preference will be given to Spanish speaking applicants

Weber Human Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free & Tobacco-Free Workplace Must be willing to complete a criminal background check and a pre-employment drug screen

Job Opportunities as of 8-7-2015

REGISTERED NURSE

Closes When Filled

Health Connections Job #0615-07

Full-Time; $18.82/hour; Extensive Benefits Package

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Assess and re-assess clients for program eligibility. Champion healthy lifestyles

and preventive care; provide individual care for enrollees on caseload; consult with care coordinators about identified health conditions of their enrollees; coordinate with external health care providers (pharmacies, PCP’s, etc.), and document individual client care and coordination in client records. Facilitate groups as needed to improve quality of life and healthy lifestyle practices for enrollees. Obtain, record and review outcomes of enrollees and facilitate follow-up providers as requested.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Current Utah RN license in good standing; must maintain license by

meeting all requirements of licensure including obtaining requisite CEU’s. Two years of experience working with elderly and disabled population. Valid Utah driver license with a good driving record since the job will require driving for the Agency.

LCSW/CMHC/MFT

Closes When Filled

Addiction & Recovery Services (A&RS)

Job #0415-06

Full-Time; $18.45/hour CSW, ACMHC, AMFT; Extensive Benefits Package

$21.85/hour LCSW, CMHC, MFT; Extensive Benefits Package

This position is eligible for an initial $3,000 sign-on bonus and an additional $5,000 bonus after 2 years.

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Weber Human Services (WHS) employs an innovative, motivated, and highly

skilled workforce in utilizing the latest research-based treatments in the field of mental illness and substance use disorders. WHS regularly provides highly specialized training, and significant technical supervision and

coaching to clinicians in the delivery of these effective interventions. The organization is client-outcome focused, and currently leads all publically funded treatment centers in percentage of clients improved and/or recovered.

WHS seeks clinicians who can engage clients in an effective therapeutic relationship while delivering research-based services. With heavy emphasis on professional development, clinicians will have the necessary skills to decrease symptoms of mental illness and/or substance use disorders, and improve functioning in important life domains of clients. Clinicians are expected to deliver the services as designed, and actively participate in clinical competency-based training, remain open to ongoing coaching and feedback in delivery of services, and demonstrate adaptability in the ever-changing work environment of behavioral health. If you are looking to make a real difference in the lives of adults, youth, and children; be part of a highly skilled clinical team, and make a substantial contribution to a supportive work environment please submit your application and resume.

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W

EBER

Human Services

237 26th Street Ogden, Utah 84401 801-625-3788 Fax: 801-778-6878 www.weberhs.org

Preference will be given to Spanish speaking applicants

Weber Human Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free & Tobacco-Free Workplace Must be willing to complete a criminal background check and a pre-employment drug screen

Job Opportunities as of 8-7-2015

The A&RS clinician provides intake screening and evaluation, orientation, group, and individual treatment services for court-ordered and/or other domestic violence offenders, victims of family violence, referrals from Weber/Morgan Family Drug Court, as well as referrals for substance abuse treatment to the Clean Start Program.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Current Utah LCSW, CMHC or MFT license in good standing. Must

maintain license by meeting all requirements of licensure including obtaining requisite CEU's. This position may be under filled with a CSW, ACMHC or AMFT on an interim basis at the wage of $18.45/hour with the following requirements: 1) Master's degree in social work or related field, 2) approved by DOPL as a trainee (intern) in social work, and 3) MUST commit to obtaining full license within 2 years from date of hire, with probationary period continuing for this 2-year period. Valid Utah driver license with a clean driving record (no driving violations) since the job will require some Agency driving.

LCSW/CMHC/MFT

Closes When Filled

Youth Mental Health, Outpatient Job #0315-05

Full-Time; $18.45/hour CSW, ACMHC, AMFT; Extensive Benefits Package

$21.85/hour LCSW, CMHC, MFT; Extensive Benefits Package

This position is eligible for an initial $3,000 sign-on bonus and an additional $5,000 bonus after 2 years.

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Weber Human Services (WHS) employs an innovative, motivated, and highly

skilled workforce in utilizing the latest research-based treatments in the field of mental illness and substance use disorders. WHS regularly provides highly specialized training, and significant technical supervision and

coaching to clinicians in the delivery of these effective interventions. The organization is client-outcome focused, and currently leads all publically funded treatment centers in percentage of clients improved and/or recovered.

WHS seeks clinicians who can engage clients in an effective therapeutic relationship while delivering research-based services. With heavy emphasis on professional development, clinicians will have the necessary skills to decrease symptoms of mental illness and/or substance use disorders, and improve functioning in important life domains of clients. Clinicians are expected to deliver the services as designed, and actively participate in clinical competency-based training, remain open to ongoing coaching and feedback in delivery of services, and demonstrate adaptability in the ever-changing work environment of behavioral health. If you are looking to make a real difference in the lives of adults, youth, and children; be part of a highly skilled clinical team, and make a substantial contribution to a supportive work environment please submit your application and resume. The Youth Mental Health – Outpatient clinician provides mental health assessments, intakes, develop diagnosis and complete individual recovery plan and reviews for youth ages 0-12; individual, family and group therapy sessions in accordance with evidenced-based practice.

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W

EBER

Human Services

237 26th Street Ogden, Utah 84401 801-625-3788 Fax: 801-778-6878 www.weberhs.org

Preference will be given to Spanish speaking applicants

Weber Human Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free & Tobacco-Free Workplace Must be willing to complete a criminal background check and a pre-employment drug screen

Job Opportunities as of 8-7-2015

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Current Utah LCSW, CMHC or MFT license in good standing. Must

maintain license by meeting all requirements of licensure including obtaining requisite CEU's. This position may be under filled with a CSW, ACMHC or AMFT on an interim basis at the wage of $18.45/hour with the following requirements: 1) Master's degree in social work or related field, 2) approved by DOPL as a trainee (intern) in social work, and 3) MUST commit to obtaining full license within 2 years from date of hire, with probationary period continuing for this 2-year period. Valid Utah driver license with a clean driving record (no driving violations) since the job will require some Agency driving.

NON-CLINICAL POSITIONS

FOOD SERVICE WORKER 1

Closes When Filled

Nutrition; Aging Services Job #0815-05

Part-Time; $8.00/hour (5-10 hours/week)

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Work with volunteers preparing facility to receive food from central kitchen,

record food temperatures, prepare facility for meal service, clean-up the kitchen and dining area after lunch. Responsibilities also include ordering and organizing supplies, recruiting volunteers to work in the kitchen and assigning daily tasks to volunteers.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to follow verbal and written instructions in English. Must be

able to work independently in a timely and efficient manner. Must have current (or obtain) Utah food handler’s permit. Follow all safety and sanitation guidelines. Must be able to lift 40-50 pounds regularly. Come to work clean and practice good personal hygiene habits.

PREVENTION SPECIALIST

Closes When Filled

Prevention Job #0815-03

Full-Time; $13.82/hour; Extensive Benefit Package

This position will serve the community of Roy.

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Assist in developing comprehensive substance abuse prevention plans based on

the needs of Weber County communities. Educate, consult with and assist various community partners in bringing together comprehensive prevention services. Develop community coalitions using the Communities That Care (CTC) model. Assess community’s current readiness for CTC and document milestones and

benchmarks achieved. Ensure coordination of the CTC process with other prevention initiatives. Coach the CTC coalition’s to ensure fidelity to the model, evidenced based programs are selected, and effective prevention strategies are utilized. Assists in the coordination of national and/or state campaign promotions for Weber County residents. Coordinate and monitor fidelity of prevention programs facilitated by Prevention Class Facilitators. Provide or coordinate program trainings for the Prevention Class Facilitators. Disseminate

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W

EBER

Human Services

237 26th Street Ogden, Utah 84401 801-625-3788 Fax: 801-778-6878 www.weberhs.org

Preference will be given to Spanish speaking applicants

Weber Human Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free & Tobacco-Free Workplace Must be willing to complete a criminal background check and a pre-employment drug screen

Job Opportunities as of 8-7-2015

substance abuse information, provide educational presentations, and organize town halls for the community. Provide Parents Empowered presentations in the community. Some travel is required to attend prevention trainings.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in Public Health, Social Work or other related field.

Knowledge of and ability to model healthy life skills; public speaking and presentation skills; ability to engage a variety of stakeholders in the community, increase their awareness and obtain their active partnership. Ability to plan, organize and present presentations and programs; experience with program development and

implementation; group facilitation skills; and ability to work well with people of all ages and backgrounds. Must attend SAPST and CTC trained within 6 months of hire; be willing to complete a criminal background check and pre-employment drug screen. Will work in office, local schools, at community organizations and outdoors. Must be able to lift 50 lbs. and be able to perform strenuous activities that require flexibility, stamina and overall good health. Must have a valid Utah driver license with a clean driving record (zero violations) and have own transportation.

PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS: Experience with coalition building or community mobilization.

Knowledge of substance abuse prevention principles and theory; previous training in Communities That Care model; SAPST trained; Spanish speaker.

PREVENTION SPECIALIST

Closes When Filled

Prevention Job #0815-02

Full-Time; $13.82/hour; Extensive Benefit Package

This position will serve the communities of Farr West, West Haven, Hooper, Plain City, Warren, Marriott-Slaterville and West Weber.

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Assist in developing comprehensive substance abuse prevention plans based on

the needs of Weber County communities. Educate, consult with and assist various community partners in bringing together comprehensive prevention services. Develop community coalitions using the Communities That Care (CTC) model. Assess community’s current readiness for CTC and document milestones and

benchmarks achieved. Ensure coordination of the CTC process with other prevention initiatives. Coach the CTC coalition’s to ensure fidelity to the model, evidenced based programs are selected, and effective prevention strategies are utilized. Assists in the coordination of national and/or state campaign promotions for Weber County residents. Coordinate and monitor fidelity of prevention programs facilitated by Prevention Class Facilitators. Provide or coordinate program trainings for the Prevention Class Facilitators. Disseminate substance abuse information, provide educational presentations, and organize town halls for the community. Provide Parents Empowered presentations in the community. Some travel is required to attend prevention trainings.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in Public Health, Social Work or other related field.

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W

EBER

Human Services

237 26th Street Ogden, Utah 84401 801-625-3788 Fax: 801-778-6878 www.weberhs.org

Preference will be given to Spanish speaking applicants

Weber Human Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free & Tobacco-Free Workplace Must be willing to complete a criminal background check and a pre-employment drug screen

Job Opportunities as of 8-7-2015

a variety of stakeholders in the community, increase their awareness and obtain their active partnership. Ability to plan, organize and present presentations and programs; experience with program development and

implementation; group facilitation skills; and ability to work well with people of all ages and backgrounds. Must attend SAPST and CTC trained within 6 months of hire; be willing to complete a criminal background check and pre-employment drug screen. Will work in office, local schools, at community organizations and outdoors. Must be able to lift 50 lbs. and be able to perform strenuous activities that require flexibility, stamina and overall good health. Must have a valid Utah driver license with a clean driving record (zero violations) and have own transportation.

PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS: Experience with coalition building or community mobilization.

Knowledge of substance abuse prevention principles and theory; previous training in Communities That Care model; SAPST trained; Spanish speaker.

FOOD SERVICE WORKER 2

Closes When Filled

Nutrition; Aging Services Job #0615-02

Part-Time; $8.83/hour; (25-29 hours/week)

Full-Time; $8.83/hour; Extensive Benefits Package 1 FT and 1 PT position available

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Assist Food Service Worker 3 with preparation of hot and/or cold foods:

weighing, measuring, mixing, panning, cooking, and baking ingredients. Package prepared items for bulk meal delivery and/or homebound delivery. Mandatory general cleaning and sanitizing of work areas, work surfaces, equipment and utensils.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to follow verbal and written instructions in English. Some

commercial food service cooking experience preferred. Must have current (or obtain) Utah food handlers permit. Follow all safety and sanitation guidelines. Must be able to lift 40-50 pounds regularly and come to work clean and practice good personal hygiene habits. Valid Utah driver license with a good driving record (no more than 1 violation) since this job may require driving for the agency.

ARMED SECURITY OFFICER

Closes When Filled

Administration Job #0415-03

Part-Time; $13.02/hour (20-25 hours/week)

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Promote the safety of Weber Human Services employees, clients, and visitors.

Protect Weber Human Services facilities and property.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: One (1) year experience in law enforcement, military police or building

security. Valid Utah driver license with no more than one (1) violation, CPR, First Aid, AED certification. Eligible to receive Utah Armed Security License.

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W

EBER

Human Services

237 26th Street Ogden, Utah 84401 801-625-3788 Fax: 801-778-6878 www.weberhs.org

Preference will be given to Spanish speaking applicants

Weber Human Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free & Tobacco-Free Workplace Must be willing to complete a criminal background check and a pre-employment drug screen

Job Opportunities as of 8-7-2015

DAYCARE AIDE

Closes When Filled

Addiction & Recovery Services Job # 0315-13

Part-Time; $9.01/hour (10-29 hours/week)

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Nurture, teach and provide a safe and clean environment for children; organize

activities and create and implement curricula that will help stimulate children’s emotional, physical, intellectual and social growth; help children explore ideas, interests and talents; build positive character traits; make daily observations of the children; prepare food; help with activities; change diapers; communicate daily with parents about children’s progress and problems; maintain children’s medical and attendance records.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: High school graduate/equivalent. Ability to work and communicate with a

diverse group of people. Previous experience with children ages 0-12 years preferable. Must have current (or obtain) Utah food handler’s permit. Must take first aid class, CPR and learn crisis prevention through the Agency. Must pass background check.

DRIVER

Closes When Filled

Nutrition Job #0315-10

Part-Time; $7.31/hour (20-25 hours/week; week days)

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Load and deliver Meals-on-Wheels, bulk foods, and supplies to congregate

meal sites. Make sure needed food items and supplies are loaded into vehicle and that food is packaged in proper containers to keep food at safe temperatures and delivered safely and in a timely manner. Check on well-being of clients. Keep track of and report required vehicle maintenance. Keep vehicle clean, in good running order, and filled with gas. Clean and sanitize food transport containers daily.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: 21 years or older. Valid Utah driver license with a clean driving record

since the job will require driving for the Agency; prefer one (1) year driving experience. Knowledge of van operation, food safety, and sanitation. Ability to: lift 40-50 pounds, follow written and verbal instructions, establish and maintain good relationships with senior citizens, work in a timely and efficient manner, read route book and learn procedures. Will work in outside environment (driving on various road conditions in extreme weather conditions), but will spend some time in kitchen. Must have/obtain valid food handler’s permit. Good knowledge of street locations within Weber or Morgan County. Must be in good physical health; able to enter and exit vehicle about 75 times/day.

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EBER

Human Services

237 26th Street Ogden, Utah 84401 801-625-3788 Fax: 801-778-6878 www.weberhs.org

Preference will be given to Spanish speaking applicants

Weber Human Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free & Tobacco-Free Workplace Must be willing to complete a criminal background check and a pre-employment drug screen

Job Opportunities as of 8-7-2015

UA LAB SUPPORT

Closes When Filled

UA Collection Job #0315-08

Part-Time; $9.01/hour (up to 29 hours/week; week days/some weekend hours)

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Greet therapists and clients politely, verify personal information, and maintain

client confidentiality. Use lab procedures to collect urine specimen from clients for drug tests; label and seal for delivery. Enter client information into computer and complete forms. Answer phones and direct questions to supervisor. Stock and maintain supply levels.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: High school graduate/equivalent. Training or work experience in health,

customer service, or criminal justice related fields. Ability to work with a variety of individuals in a continuously reoccurring circumstance. Computer literate, ability to perform light reoccurring physical movements, and a valid Utah driver license with a good driving record.

RESIDENTIAL SUPPORT

Closes When Filled

Adult Mental Health Job #0000-01

Part-Time; $9.01/hour (up to 29 hours/week; swing (4:00 pm – 12:00 am), grave (12:00 am – 8:00 am), weekend (all shifts), and Holiday (all shift hours)

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Monitor residential clients and building to ensure safety and security. Provide

structure and support for mental health consumers. Enforce approved residential rules. Clearly document any concerns. Notify emergency crisis on-call worker and then supervisor should circumstances necessitate immediate attention and/or intervention.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: High school graduate/equivalent. Required to complete mandatory trainings

offered through the Agency (CPR, 1st Aid, MANDT & Defensive Driving). Experience working with the mentally ill a plus. Valid Utah driver license with a good driving record (no more than 1 violation) since this job may require some driving for the agency.

RESPITE SUPPORT

Closes When Filled

Youth Mental Health Job #0000-02

Part-Time; $9.01/hour; (average about 10 hours/week; flexible hours based on the needs of youth and family) POSITION DESCRIPTION: Assist professional staff in Direct Service Provider Team in providing respite

services to families of seriously emotionally disabled youth ages 0-18. The majority of time on the job will be spent with children doing activities in the community. This position entails being part of a multi-disciplinary team working directly with youth, parents, legal guardians and other community agencies working with youth.

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EBER

Human Services

237 26th Street Ogden, Utah 84401 801-625-3788 Fax: 801-778-6878 www.weberhs.org

Preference will be given to Spanish speaking applicants

Weber Human Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free & Tobacco-Free Workplace Must be willing to complete a criminal background check and a pre-employment drug screen

Job Opportunities as of 8-7-2015

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: High school graduate/equivalent. Required to complete mandatory trainings

offered through the Agency (CPR, 1st Aid, MANDT & Defensive Driving). Valid Utah driver license with a good driving record (no more than 1 violation) since this job will require driving for the Agency.

TRANQUILITY HOME SUPPORT

Closes When Filled

Addiction & Recovery Services Job #0000-09

Part-Time; $9.01/hour (up to 29 hours/week; swing, grave, weekend, and Holiday shift hours)

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Work directly with women and children in a residential treatment home for

women recovering from substance abuse and addiction by supporting the treatment team providing general supervision and ensuring the safety and well-being of each resident. Support maintenance of the therapeutic environment by facilitating activities of daily living consistently and according to policy and standards. Enforce approved residential rules. Clearly document any concerns.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: High school graduate/equivalent. This residential facility has a population

of females only (therefore, this is a Bona Fide Occupational Qualify) allowing only female applicants for the position. Must be comfortable interacting with clients and children, coordinating activities, assisting with meals, etc. Able to demonstrate maturity and sensitivity to individual differences in children and families with the ability and judgment to work independently. There are likely no set shifts as schedules may change. This position could also involve your original shift to change depending on staffing needs. Valid Utah driver license with a good driving record (no more than 1 violation) since this job may require driving for the agency.

AUTISM SUPPORT

Closes When Filled

Youth Mental Health Job #1014-01

Part-Time; $9.01/hour; (up to 29 hours/week)

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Assist classroom instructors with running discreet trial sessions and groups,

accurately record data, assist with teaching skills-based curricula, actively engage with children between work sessions, transport children to and from school using program van, assist in providing a clean and healthy learning environment.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: High school graduate/equivalent; 21 years or older. Experience working

with children with disabilities preferred. Required to complete mandatory trainings offered through the

Agency: CPR, 1st Aid, MANDT, and Defensive Driving. Valid Utah driver license with a good driving record (no more than 1 violation)

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