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Inspirit Counseling PC
May 06, 2021
To provide, individual, group, or family counseling to consumers as referred.
$42,000 yearly
Omni Inventive Care Omaha, Ne and Lincoln, NE
May 05, 2021
Full time
Omni Inventive Care  is a non-profit agency specializing in community services. We have an opening for an Substitute Care Specialist, working with individuals and families that are providing care to children and adults with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities.  The Sub Care Specialist will work as a member of a treatment team who will develop and write behavior programs for the purpose of management of maladaptive behaviors. The Sub Care Specialist is responsible for building rapport with, supporting, and supervising the Substitute Care Home.  Additional job duties include data collection and analysis, writing Functional Behavior Assessments, communication with schools, vocational day services, service coordination, mental health professionals, and other team members. Candidates must have strong attention to detail, utilize time management skills effectively, and good organization skills. Must be physically capable to assist clients.
$17.00 hourly
Omni Inventive Care 503 N 5th St, Seward, NE, USA
May 05, 2021
Full time
Residential Mental Health Specialist Omni Inventive Care is looking for a Residential Mental Health Specialist (RMHS) to work in their Treatment Group Home located in Seward, NE.  Omni is seeking those interested in full-time positions. Must have weekend and/or weekday evening or overnight availability *Evening shifts 2pm-10pm or 4pm-10pm* *Overnight shifts 10pm-8am* Hourly rate starts at $17.00/hr and increases with education and experience. *FULL BENEFITS PACKAGE* The position provides comprehensive treatment services to conduct/behaviorally disordered and or developmentally delayed children in a group home setting. The RMHS will utilize data collection, behavior shaping, and tracking technologies, as well as individual and group counseling. The RMHS will model acceptable adult role behaviors and carry out every day household expectations as well as implement behavior modification methodologies of behavior change., made possible with the support of private and state funding, was developed in collaboration between the Nebraska Regional Behavioral Health Authorities and Behavioral Health Education Center of Nebraska (BHECN) to provide FREE access to employers and job seekers alike.