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Current Jobs:
Community Mental Health Affiliates
Clinician – Family Based Recovery- New Britain CT

Serves as an active part of a team that provides in-home assessment and treatment services to parents
and children who present with significant needs such as parental substance use, mental health instability,
basic needs, legal and parent child attachment needs. Clinicians will provide clinical and non-clinician
support to our clients with the goal of acquiring the skills necessary to become effective parents, who can
ensure a safe and secure family and home environment in order for their children to remain in or to
reunify back into their care.

Essential Responsibilities and Target Outcomes:
 Performs comprehensive intake assessment that results in diagnosis and recommendations for psychiatric
and substance abuse treatment for adults and their children.
 Develops treatment goals and objectives with caregiver, following the specific program model.
 Provides interventions (individual, family, group) that promotes the amelioration of problematic
symptoms and behaviors, from both a clinical and non-clinical and non-clinical lens.
 Evaluates client risk on an ongoing basis and formulates and implements appropriate safety plan for
inside and outside sessions.
 Collaborates regularly with internal CMHA programs and external agencies such as schools, PCPs,
pediatricians, DCF, probation, court and other social service agencies.
 Maintains accurate documentation and submits within program and funder timeframes.
 Maintains appropriate caseload as determined by CMHA and funder.
 Performs other related duties as assigned; which may include non-mobile on-call after business hours,
urine toxicology screens, supervised visitation, etc.

Minimum Requirements:
Education: Master’s Degree in behavioral health (psychology, social work, counseling, marriage
and family therapy).
Credentials and LMSW, LPC-A, MFTA required
Community Mental Health Affiliates – Job Description
Job Description: Clinician I – Home Based Effective: 5-1-22
Licenses: Must be eligible for LCSW, LPC and LMFT
Valid Drivers’ License and insurance and access to personal vehicle during business
Experience:  Experience working with adults and families involved in the child welfare
 Experience working with families who have challenges in the areas of substance
use, mental health, parent/child attachment, academics and basic needs.
 Experience with providing in home services.
 Beginner to intermediate experience with Microsoft Office products including
Word and Outlook. Experience in, or the ability to learn how to use an
Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system which includes appointment
scheduling, authorization tracking, assessments, treatment plans, progress
notes and discharge summaries.
Behavioral Skill Sets
 Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, balancing a number of
priorities based on workload and deadlines both onsite and in the
 Knowledge of physical, medical, and pharmacological issues related to
substance abuse. Educates clients on issues associated with chemical
dependency and treatment options.
 Knowledge of developmental issues for the full range of clients in
diagnosing and determining treatment programs that result in positive
client progress.
 Efficient time management skills, flexibility regarding scheduling, and the
ability to multi-task in the completion of job responsibilities.
 Effective interpersonal and communication skills with individuals with
mental health and co-occurring disorders, as well as with their
families/caregivers and natural support systems.
 Ability to understand and incorporate recovery based treatment, language,
and interventions into documentation and daily operations.
 Ability to utilize the DSM-IV and identify clinical diagnoses in formulation of
appropriate treatment for clients.
 Awareness/sensitivity to all types of issues related to client and staff
 Ability to ensure the security and confidentiality of client information and
records in a manner consistent with professional and CMHA codes of ethics.

Community Mental Health Affiliates
Adult Residential Recovery Specialist

Serves as intensive case manager to support, teach, advocate and life coach individuals with mental
health and or co‐occurring disorders, including developing person‐centered recovery goals that
enable clients to live, learn, socialize, work and thrive in the community.

Essential Responsibilities and Target Outcomes:
 Provides advocacy for clients by monitoring client contact with outside agencies (Social Security,
DSS, DCF, DMHAS, etc.); trains client to utilize emergency supply resources, counsels and assists
clients with accessing education and vocational resources; assists client in finding and maintaining
viable residential housing.
 Works with client to achieve and maintain rehabilitative skills to produce an independent and
self‐sustaining life, including assistance with finances and entitlements, support with healthy
activity of daily living (ADL’s) skills, and supervision of medications.
 Produces concise documentation regarding the ongoing service with client, including progress and
recommendations on future options, in an effort to make the client self supporting; works with
CMHA staff and supervisor in planning future direction.
 Coaches and assists clients with all in‐home challenges such as personal hygiene, nutrition,
housekeeping, personal budget (including Client Financial Management Program), and household
maintenance and repair.
 Assures timely documentation is maintained in accordance with CMHA policies and procedures,
including but not limited to progress notes, treatment plans, authorizations, program orientation,
and consent to treat, activity logs, and monthly targeted case management notes.
 Performs other related duties as assigned.
Principal Customers:
Clients: ensuring that they move towards independence.
Clients’ families/caregivers: on client progress and treatment.
CMHA programs/services: that need input/feedback to service and help client with life challenges.
Supervisor: concurrence on treatment progress and future direction.
Critical Work Relationships:
CMHA Staff: working collaboratively to advise on clients’ progress and future direction.
CMHA Accounting Department: to ensure clients receive funds for living expenses.
Community Mental Health Affiliates ‐ Job Description

Minimum Requirements:
Education: B.S. Degree in a mental health related field preferred or equivalent experience
Credentials and
Must have valid driver’s license, own a vehicle, and be able to obtain a public
service license. Certified in PMT training, First Aid, and CPR. Participate in at
least 12 hours of Job Specific training annually.

Experience Successful experience working in Case Management or related field with a
solid understanding of Mental Health conditions, preferably a minimum of one
Beginner to intermediate experience with Microsoft Office products including
Word and Outlook. Experience in or the ability or willingness to learn how to
use an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system, which includes appointment
scheduling, authorization tracking, assessments, treatment plans, progress
notes, and discharge summaries.

Behavioral Skill Sets
 Interpersonal ability to establish trusting relationships with clients and
their families
 Ability to work flexible schedule.
 Ability to respond calmly to emergency and crisis situations with
clients and their environments.
 Ability to design, deliver, and ensure highly individualized services and
support for specific client situations.
 Organizational ability to deal with many groups and individuals at once
and ensure that client receives benefits and services.
 Ability to ensure the security and confidentiality of client information
and records in a manner consistent with professional and agency
codes of ethics
 Awareness/sensitivity to all types of issues related to client diversity.
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New Britain Museum of American Art, Inc
Visitor Services Associate

POSITION: Visitor Services Associate
REPORTS TO: Manager of Visitor & Volunteer Services
FLSA Status: Part-time, non-exempt

Visitor Service Associates are the initial and primary point of contact for the Museum’s visitors and are responsible for creating a positive and welcoming environment while maintaining the Museum’s mission and standards. As a part of the Visitor Services team, associates provide excellent customer service and a seamless operation of the guest experience at the Museum.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Accurately and professionally performing all Front Desk duties such as greeting and checking in visitors, answering questions about the NBMAA, and the community, answering the phone, opening/closing the POS system, and using the POS system to sell tickets, memberships and check in tours/class participants.
• Assist with group arrivals and departures.
• Working at Museum events – which could include set up/break down and other tasks associated with food and beverage service.
• A thorough understanding of the Museum’s layout and general understanding of the Museum’s collection and current exhibitions.
• Knowledge of current and future educational & social programs and classes.
• Recognize & appropriately greet trustees, members, donors, volunteers and regular visitors.
• Additional tasks as assigned.

Qualifications, Skills and Expectations:
• High school diploma or equivalent. College degree preferred.
• Experience with Tessitura Network systems preferred.
• Excellent interpersonal, and communications skills along with the ability to work with the public in a diverse, customer service-oriented environment which calls for a high degree of patience and the ability to maintain a calm exterior during periods of high volume, and demanding public events.
• Proven ability to work comfortably, and efficiently with computers, cash registers, phone system, and other electronic equipment.
• Accurate, and responsible handling of cash, change, credit cards, and other financial transactions at POS workstations.
• Part-time commitment of fifteen to twenty-two (15 – 22) hours per week.
• Schedule flexibility to include weekends, evenings, and occasional holidays as assigned by management.
• Regular and consistent attendance and punctuality.
• Use of smartphone for timesheet entry, and team communication.
• An interest in Art/Art History.

Physical Requirements
• Ability to move quickly, and to sit, stand or walk for duration of shift and to bend, reach, kneel and twist and move about in tight spaces, between objects, equipment and furniture.
• The ability to communicate clearly and precisely.
• Must be able to lift, push and pull up to 20 pounds, and to continuously perform such manipulative tasks as keying information into computer systems.
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Executive Coordinator at CT Breast Health Initiative
Posted 2 weeks ago
Please provide a cover letter, resume and three references (2 Professional, 1 Personal) to [email protected]


The CT Breast Health Initiative is a non profit business founded in 2004 committed to making a difference in the fight against breast cancer through education and research. The focus of the mission is to support leading edge breast cancer research being done in Connecticut that has yet to qualify for federal funds.  Every penny raised, every dollar donated, stays in CT.  This is the only program of its kind in the state.
CT BHI is currently seeking a dynamic Executive Coordinator to join the vision of our Leadership Team.
The Coordinator will work closely with the President and other members of the Board to implement strategies and goals that support the mission and its priorities, thereby contributing to the growth of the organization. Therefore Capitalizing on the best uses of the website, digital technology and social media, managing the maintenance of the office, internal and external communications, with a focus on Development, Fundraising and the Grants process.
Office management and organizational support.
Financial, Development and Grants support
Communication and Coordination with outside vendors, Board members, Sponsors, Survivors, etc.
Events Planning and meetings support
Volunteer supervision.
Overseer of social media and technology.
Knowledge and passion for breast cancer education and research.
General enthusiasm, initiative, and positive attitude. Strategic thinking.
Bachelor’s Degree, preferably with a minimum 8-10 years in Development, Fundraising, Event Planning, some in non profit business, finances and volunteers.
Superior oral and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills, ability to collaborate
    widely with various constituencies throughout the community,
Financial acuity.
Please provide a cover letter, resume and three references (2 Professional, 1 Personal) to [email protected]

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