Douglas County

Douglas County, incorporated in 1854, forms part of one of the nation's major metropolitan areas along the Missouri River, with Omaha as its largest city. The county has a broad-based economy with strong trade, service, and manufacturing sectors, with many corporations headquartered in the county. This is the major insurance and telemarketing center of the United States. The employment base is diverse and employment remains stable. Douglas County's unemployment rate has consistently remained below the state and national averages. The county operates under the board of commissioners-administrator form of government. Policy making is vested in the Board of Commissioners, which consists of seven members.

Apr 16, 2024
Full time
$28.70 - $43.27 hourly
Douglas County Omaha, NE, USA
Incumbent works under the direction of the Director of Outpatient Services of the Community Mental Health Center (CMHC) or designee, utilizing an evidence-based model providing individual and group counseling in a Co-Occurring Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).   Essential Functions: Facilitate an evidence-based model program for those with Co-Occurring disorders. Provide group therapy, individual therapy, family sessions, and substance use disorders evaluations. Receive cross-training in other CMHC programs (e.g. Outpatient, Day Treatment, Inpatient Treatment), and provide services within these programs upon request. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, supervisors, County employees, elected officials, attorneys, law enforcement, judges, other agencies, and the public. Comply with Civil Service policies and regulations, collective bargaining agreements, County policies, and laws to create a cooperative, safe, respectful and...
Apr 08, 2024
Part time
$20.64 - $26.09 hourly
Douglas County Omaha, NE, USA
Incumbent works under the direction of a Psychiatric Registered Nurse or designee, performing basic nursing care duties and providing needs and comfort of patients in accordance with established policies and procedures of the Douglas County Community Mental Health Center (CMHC). Essential Functions: Perform clinical activities based on patient treatment plan. Establish and maintain effective work relationships with clients, supervisors, County employees, elected officials, attorneys, law enforcement, judges, other agencies, and the public. Comply with Civil Service policies and regulations, collective bargaining agreements, County policies, department policies and laws to create a cooperative, safe, respectful and quality work environment. Attend shift report meetings exchanging information and providing continuity of care. Obtain, document, and chart patients’ vital signs and other data (e.g. height, weight, BMI). Observe psychosocial interactions, reporting...