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Open Until Filled Alcohol & Drug Counselor 1 (SPMI Pop.)
Full-time, Exempt. Evening/Wknd Hours Will Apply
The Dalles $3,343 - $4,063 per month
THE POSITION:

The Alcohol and Drug Counselor 1 provides professional Substance Abuse Disorder (SUD) evaluation, treatment, referral, and monitoring services. The Drug and Alcohol Counselor 1 position requires a CADC 1 (Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor 1), and it provides services within the scope of that certification. This position works as part of a treatment team and provides SUD services to adult individuals who are diagnosed with a Severe Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI). Clients live in the community; their needs have not been well met by more traditional services. The position also provides services to teens and adults who are experiencing symptoms of psychosis.
THE OPPORTUNITY:
  • Provide screening and assessment in the treatment of substance abuse disorders. Evaluate and screen clients in accordance with procedures and policy guidelines; verify personal information and records; determine level of care, education and treatment. Make referrals as necessary.
  • Provide individual, group and family therapy services as appropriate.
  • Coordinate client placement into residential treatment and/or transitional housing as necessary.
  • Performs joint case planning and coordination in substance abuse treatment and prevention issues with other community agencies such as schools; group homes; community corrections and detention facilities; community hospitals; and other Department of Human Services programs.
  • Provide timely and accurate clinical documentation utilizing Agency clinical software system; this includes treatment records, service plans, progress notes and other required documentation. Maintain the integrity of the electronic records system within the scope of practice.
  • Provide screening and participate in the treatment of mental health issues. Actively participate in joint case planning and coordination with internal multi-disciplinary team and agency psychiatrists.
  • Regular and reliable attendance.
  • Participate in all team and agency meetings as scheduled.

BASIC JOB SPECIFICATIONS:

Any qualifying combination of education, licensure and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position is qualifying. This would typically include:

  • Certification as CADC 1, OR
  • Documented equivalence to CADC 1 certification standards (i.e. 1,000 hours supervised experience in substance abuse counseling, 150 contact hours of education and training in alcoholism and drug abuse related topics as required by ACCBO, and [if recovering] 2 years of sobriety) AND ability to achieve a passing score on the NCAC 1 national certification exam within 60 days of hire.
  • Work experience in a behavioral health service milieu and knowledge of SPMI populations is preferred.
  • Bilingual fluency Spanish/English is desirable.
  • Must pass all criminal history check requirements as required by ORS 181.536-181.537 and in accordance with OAR 407-007-0200 to 407-007-0370.
  • Must possess a valid Oregon or Washington Driver’s license, maintain an acceptable driving record, and be insurable for client service purposes and for travel between business offices, meetings and/or trainings. The successful applicant must be able to be approved to provide transportation for clients using Agency vehicles.

For a complete list of qualifications, job duties and other pertinent information, please select the link to the full job description at right.

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Open Until Filled (First Screening: 07/19/2018) Care Coordinator 1 -Medical Assistant
Full-time, Exempt.
The Dalles Competative Salary and Benefits

THE POSITION: The Care Coordinator 1 assists clients in acquiring services needed to achieve treatment goals, with an emphasis on coordination of services both in MCCFL programs and in partner agencies throughout the community. This position regularly interfaces with clients and service providers to ensure a smooth delivery of services in accordance with Oregon statutes and MCCFL policies and protocols.
THE OPPORTUNITY: The following list represents the essential responsibilities (functions) of the position. It does not, however, represent all of the duties the position may be asked to perform.
  • >Provide service eligibility screening and coordination to assigned clients in accordance with Agency protocols and scope of position.
  • Interview client to screen potential service eligibility.
  • Process clients at intake and record initial client data including; vital signs, current complaints, general health status, and specific client concerns. Provide unusual information to the provider for review.
  • Deliver client communication relating to prescription renewals, current illnesses, chronic conditions, and health-related information and education.
  • Provide basic client education and information about follow-up care at the conclusion of client’s visit.
  • Facilitate booking of appointments and adjusting of appointment times; ensure, wherever possible, that services are provided in accordance with client preference; provide appointment reminder calls to clients; maintain regular in-person or telephone contact with clients to encourage engagement.
  • With the prescriber, participate in client medication management appointments at various locations.
  • Dispense prescribed routine medications as assigned by professional nursing staff.
  • Verify, identify and record all medications being used by clients; process and log incoming medications; maintain a sufficient inventory to ensure adequate supplies.
  • Performs tasks of “nursing” visits as directed by licensed medical provider.
  • Assist the provider with treatments and procedures including preparation of client and equipment and post-treatment clean up.
  • Operate bio-medical equipment following appropriate function and operating procedures. Report malfunctions immediately to supervisor or other personnel as appropriate.
  • Provide direct client care in support of assigned medical providers.
  • Record client data including vital signs, current complaints, general health status, and specific client concerns. Note unusual information for provider review.
  • Assist provider during client exams as requested and required.
  • Obtain information from outside agencies related to test orders.
  • Document all pertinent information and actions in the client’s electronic health record.
  • Actively participate in joint case planning and coordination with internal multi-disciplinary team, and agency psychiatrists.
  • Prepare client files; ensure that files are complete including psychiatric and medical assessments and treatment service plans.
  • Regular and reliable attendance; timely and professional communication; confidentiality.
  • Participate in all team and agency meetings, as directed.

BASIC JOB SPECIFICATIONS:
Any eligible combination of education and experience that qualifies the applicant to meet criteria for a Qualified Mental Health Associate (QMHA) and also demonstrates the ability to perform the position’s essential responsibilities. This might typically include:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a medical or social services-related discipline OR four (04) years’ experience as a medical assistant in a behavioral health or medical clinic setting.
  • Graduation from an accredited medical assisting program.
  • Current certification as a medical assistant within 6 months of hire.
  • Experience working with individuals who have severe and persistent mental illness, substance abuse disorder and/or developmental disabilities is preferred.
  • Bilingual Spanish/English is preferred.
  • Must pass all criminal history check requirements as required by ORS 181.536-181.537 and in accordance with OAR 407-007-0200 to 407-007-0370.
  • Must possess a valid Oregon or Washington Driver’s license, maintain an acceptable driving record, and be insurable for client service purposes and for travel between business offices, meetings and/or trainings.

For a complete list of qualifications, job duties and other pertinent information, please select the link to the full job description at right.

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Open Until Filled (First Screening: 03/19/2018) Mental Health Specialist 1 - Community Support Services - Crisis
Full-time, Exempt: Sunday - Thursday
The Dalles $4,405 - $5,355 per month

The Mental Health Specialist 1 provides culturally competent, appropriate, and trauma-informed crisis and behavioral health treatment for assigned clients. This position provides counseling and education for individuals, couples, families and groups. The Mental Health Specialist 1 provides behavioral health services to other community agencies, coordinates behavioral health services with other community and State resources, and performs related work as required. Incumbents must demonstrate cultural sensitivity and understanding of how culture influences and impacts behavioral health services while incorporating this understanding into trauma-informed care.
THE OPPORTUNITY: The following list includes the essential functions of the position. It does not include, however, all of the responsibilities the position may be asked to perform.
  • Provide psychotherapy, counseling, and case management services to individuals, couples, families and groups. Conduct interviews to accumulate pertinent data; assess presenting issues; develop service plans. Counseling and psychotherapy may include working with assigned clients in developing communication skills, providing assertiveness training, providing behavior modification programs, and monitoring the effects of prescribed medication
  • Triage and implement strategies for crisis and crisis stabilization in collaboration with Crisis Services.
  • Meet minimum client service productivity requirements as may be set by the Agency to meet requirements of outside funding and/or reimbursement sources.
  • Facilitate psycho-educational and therapy groups.
  • Provide substance abuse disorder assessment and provide integrated dual-diagnosis services to assigned clients.
  • Utilize agency clinical software system to make internal referrals, manage work schedule, and to prepare current client records of treatment and reports as necessary and required. Maintain timely and cogent progress notes and service plans to required standards. Ensure that client records and other documentation are up-to-date and justify the services provided.
  • May serve as investigator and/or examiner in involuntary commitment procedures, as required.
  • Assist and/or provide back-up support with screening, referral, and crisis services as needed and directed by supervisor. May provide after-hours emergency services on a 24-hour, rotating basis, such as telephone consultation, crisis intervention, and pre-hospital screening examinations.
  • Actively participate in joint case planning and coordination with internal multi-disciplinary team and agency psychiatrists. Collaborate in case planning and service coordination as needed with other community agencies such as schools, group homes, community detention facility, community medical hospital and other DHS programs.
  • Regular and reliable attendance; timely and professional communication; confidentiality.
  • Participate in all team and agency meetings as scheduled.

BASIC JOB SPECIFICATIONS: Any qualifying combination of education, licensure and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position is qualifying. This would typically include:

  • Master's degree in social work, psychology, psychiatric nursing or other related field AND
  • Two (2) years’ professional experience providing behavioral health counseling that includes work with sexual abuse, drug and alcohol abuse, domestic violence and trauma.
  • Responsible work experience as a crisis therapist is preferred.
  • Professional licensure in the State of Oregon as an LCSW or LPC, or the ability to obtain this licensure within two (02) years of hire is preferred (and may be required for some MHS1 positions).
  • Bilingual fluency in Spanish/English is desired.
  • Experience working with children and youth and with disadvantaged populations is desired.
  • Must possess a valid Oregon or Washington Driver's License, maintain an acceptable driving record and be insurable for client service purposes and for travel between business office for meetings and/or trainings. This position must pass all criminal history check requirements as required by ORS 181.536 to 181.537, and in accordance with OAR 407-007-0220 to 407-007-0370.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule as needed.

For a complete list of qualifications, job duties and other pertinent information, please select the link to the full job description at right.

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Open Until Filled (First Screening: July 5, 2018) Mental Health Specialist 1 – Dual Diagnosis
Full-time, Exempt. Schedule will include some evenings and Saturdays.
The Dalles and Hood River $4,405 - $5,355 per month

THE POSITION: The Mental Health Specialist 1 provides culturally competent, appropriate, and trauma-informed crisis and behavioral health treatment for assigned clients. This position specializes in providing behavioral health treatment services to consumers who present with Substance Abuse Disorder in addition to other behavioral health issues. This position provides counseling and education for individuals, couples, families and groups. The Mental Health Specialist 1 may provide behavioral health services in other community settings, and it coordinates behavioral health services with other community and State resources. Incumbents must demonstrate cultural sensitivity and understanding of how culture influences and impacts behavioral health services while incorporating this understanding into trauma-informed care.
THE OPPORTUNITY: The following list includes the essential functions of the position. It does not include, however, all of the responsibilities the position may be asked to perform.
  • Provide psychotherapy, counseling, and case management services to individuals, couples, families and groups. Conduct interviews to accumulate pertinent data; assess presenting issues; develop treatment plans. Counseling and psychotherapy may include working with assigned clients in developing communication skills, providing assertiveness training, providing behavior modification programs, and monitoring the effects of prescribed medication.
  • Provide substance abuse disorder assessment and integrated dual-diagnosis services to assigned clients.
  • Utilize agency clinical software system to prepare current client records of treatment and reports as necessary and required. Maintain timely and cogent progress notes and service plans. Ensure that client records and other documentation are up-to-date and justify the services provided.
  • Serve as investigator and/or examiner in involuntary commitment procedures.
  • Assist and/or provide back-up support with screening, referral, and crisis services as needed and directed by supervisor. May provide after-hours emergency services on a 24-hour, rotating basis, such as telephone consultation, crisis intervention, and pre-hospital screening examinations.
  • Actively participate in joint case planning and coordination with internal multi-disciplinary team and agency psychiatrists. Collaborate in case planning and service coordination as needed with other community agencies such as schools, group homes, community detention facility, community medical hospital and other DHS programs.
  • Regular and reliable attendance; timely and professional communication; confidentiality.
  • Participate in all team and agency meetings as scheduled.

BASIC JOB SPECIFICATIONS:
Any qualifying combination of education, licensure and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position is qualifying. This would typically include:

  • Master's degree in social work, psychology, psychiatric nursing or other related field AND
  • Two (2) years’ professional experience providing behavioral health counseling.
  • CADC1 certification is required within one year of hire.
  • Professional experience providing Substance Abuse Disorder counseling is preferred but not required.
  • Professional licensure in the State of Oregon as an LCSW or LPC, or must have the ability to obtain this licensure within two (02) years of hire is preferred (and may be required for some MHS1 positions).
  • Experience engaging underserved populations in the Native American, Veteran and/or Latino/Hispanic communities is desired.
  • Incumbent must obtain certification from the Department of Human Services as a Mental Health Investigator and Mental Health Examiner. Incumbent must keep certification current and in good standing.
  • Must possess a valid Oregon or Washington Driver's License, maintain an acceptable driving record and be insurable for client service purposes and for travel between business office for meetings and/or trainings. This position must pass all criminal history check requirements as required by ORS 181.536 to 181.537, and in accordance with OAR 407-007-0220 to 407-007-0370.

For a complete list of qualifications, job duties and other pertinent information, please select the link to the full job description at right.

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Open Until Filled (First Screening: 08/07/2018) Mental Health Specialist 1
Full-time, Exempt.
Moro, Oregon $4,405 - $5,355 per month

THE POSITION: The Mental Health Specialist 1 provides culturally competent, appropriate, and trauma-informed crisis and behavioral health treatment for assigned clients. This position provides counseling and education for individuals, couples, families and groups. The Mental Health Specialist 1 provides behavioral health services to other community agencies, coordinates behavioral health services with other community and State resources, and performs related work as required. Incumbents must demonstrate cultural sensitivity and understanding of how culture influences and impacts behavioral health services while incorporating this understanding into trauma-informed care. This position is based in an office located in Moro, Oregon; it provides behavioral health therapy to clients both in Moro and in various Sherman County locations. Clients present with a variety of issues, and the therapist must be prepared to employ a variety of therapeutic approaches in individual therapy and in groups.
THE OPPORTUNITY: The following list includes the essential functions of the position. It does not include, however, all of the responsibilities the position may be asked to perform.
  • Provide psychotherapy, counseling, and case management services to individuals, couples, families and groups. Conduct interviews to accumulate pertinent data; assess presenting issues; develop service plans. Counseling and psychotherapy may include working with assigned clients in developing communication skills, providing assertiveness training, providing behavior modification programs, and monitoring the effects of prescribed medication.
  • Triage and implement strategies for crisis and crisis stabilization in collaboration with Crisis Services.
  • Meet minimum client service productivity requirements as may be set by the Agency to meet requirements of outside funding and/or reimbursement sources.
  • Facilitate psycho-educational and therapy groups.
  • Provide substance abuse disorder assessment and provide integrated dual-diagnosis services to assigned clients.
  • Utilize agency clinical software system to make internal referrals, manage work schedule, and to prepare current client records of treatment and reports as necessary and required. Maintain timely and cogent progress notes and service plans to required standards. Ensure that client records and other documentation are up-to-date and justify the services provided.
  • May serve as investigator and/or examiner in involuntary commitment procedures, as required.
  • Assist and/or provide back-up support with screening, referral, and crisis services as needed and directed by supervisor. May provide after-hours emergency services on a 24-hour, rotating basis, such as telephone consultation, crisis intervention, and pre-hospital screening examinations.
  • Actively participate in joint case planning and coordination with internal multi-disciplinary team and agency psychiatrists. Collaborate in case planning and service coordination as needed with other community agencies such as schools, group homes, community detention facility, community medical hospital and other DHS programs.
  • Regular and reliable attendance; timely and professional communication; confidentiality.
  • Participate in all team and agency meetings as scheduled.

BASIC JOB SPECIFICATIONS:
This position requires that the incumbent meet requirements of a Qualified Mental Health Professional in the State of Oregon (OAR 309-032-1505 [105]). This would typically include:

  • Master's degree in social work, psychology, psychiatric nursing or other related field AND
  • Two (2) years’ professional experience providing behavioral health counseling that includes work with sexual abuse, drug and alcohol abuse, domestic violence and trauma.
In Addition:
  • Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) 1 certification is preferred.
  • Bilingual fluency in Spanish/English is preferred.
  • Experience with Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT) is desired.
  • Experience working with underserved populations is desired.
  • Professional licensure in the State of Oregon as an LCSW or LPC, or the ability to obtain this licensure within two (02) years of hire is preferred (and may be required for some MHS1 positions).
  • Must possess a valid Oregon or Washington Driver's License, maintain an acceptable driving record and be insurable for client service purposes and for travel between business office for meetings and/or trainings. This position must pass all criminal history check requirements as required by ORS 181.536 to 181.537, and in accordance with OAR 407-007-0220 to 407-007-0370.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule as needed.

For a complete list of qualifications, job duties and other pertinent information, please select the link to the full job description at right.

Download PDF of full job description

Download a summary of MCCFL's employment benefits

Open Until Filled (First Screening: 08/07/2018) Mental Health Specialist 1
Full-time, Exempt
The Dalles $4,405 - $5,355 per month

THE POSITION: The Mental Health Specialist 1 provides culturally competent, appropriate, and trauma-informed crisis and behavioral health treatment for assigned clients. This position provides counseling and education for individuals, couples, families and groups. The Mental Health Specialist 1 provides behavioral health services to other community agencies, coordinates behavioral health services with other community and State resources, and performs related work as required. Incumbents must demonstrate cultural sensitivity and understanding of how culture influences and impacts behavioral health services while incorporating this understanding into trauma-informed care. This position is based in an office located in Moro, Oregon; it provides behavioral health therapy to clients both in Moro and in various Sherman County locations. Clients present with a variety of issues, and the therapist must be prepared to employ a variety of therapeutic approaches in individual therapy and in groups.
THE OPPORTUNITY: The following list includes the essential functions of the position. It does not include, however, all of the responsibilities the position may be asked to perform.
  • Provide psychotherapy, counseling, and case management services to individuals, couples, families and groups. Conduct interviews to accumulate pertinent data; assess presenting issues; develop service plans. Counseling and psychotherapy may include working with assigned clients in developing communication skills, providing assertiveness training, providing behavior modification programs, and monitoring the effects of prescribed medication.
  • Triage and implement strategies for crisis and crisis stabilization in collaboration with Crisis Services.
  • Meet minimum client service productivity requirements as may be set by the Agency to meet requirements of outside funding and/or reimbursement sources.
  • Facilitate psycho-educational and therapy groups.
  • Provide substance abuse disorder assessment and provide integrated dual-diagnosis services to assigned clients.
  • Utilize agency clinical software system to make internal referrals, manage work schedule, and to prepare current client records of treatment and reports as necessary and required. Maintain timely and cogent progress notes and service plans to required standards. Ensure that client records and other documentation are up-to-date and justify the services provided.
  • May serve as investigator and/or examiner in involuntary commitment procedures, as required.
  • Assist and/or provide back-up support with screening, referral, and crisis services as needed and directed by supervisor. May provide after-hours emergency services on a 24-hour, rotating basis, such as telephone consultation, crisis intervention, and pre-hospital screening examinations.
  • Actively participate in joint case planning and coordination with internal multi-disciplinary team and agency psychiatrists. Collaborate in case planning and service coordination as needed with other community agencies such as schools, group homes, community detention facility, community medical hospital and other DHS programs.
  • Regular and reliable attendance; timely and professional communication; confidentiality.
  • Participate in all team and agency meetings as scheduled.

BASIC JOB SPECIFICATIONS:
This position requires that the incumbent meet requirements of a Qualified Mental Health Professional in the State of Oregon (OAR 309-032-1505 [105]). This would typically include:

  • Master's degree in social work, psychology, psychiatric nursing or other related field AND
  • Two (2) years’ professional experience providing behavioral health counseling that includes work with sexual abuse, drug and alcohol abuse, domestic violence and trauma.
In Addition:
  • Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) 1 certification is preferred.
  • Bilingual fluency in Spanish/English is preferred.
  • Experience with Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT) is desired.
  • Experience working with underserved populations is desired.
  • Professional licensure in the State of Oregon as an LCSW or LPC, or the ability to obtain this licensure within two (02) years of hire is preferred (and may be required for some MHS1 positions).
  • Must possess a valid Oregon or Washington Driver's License, maintain an acceptable driving record and be insurable for client service purposes and for travel between business office for meetings and/or trainings. This position must pass all criminal history check requirements as required by ORS 181.536 to 181.537, and in accordance with OAR 407-007-0220 to 407-007-0370.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule as needed.

For a complete list of qualifications, job duties and other pertinent information, please select the link to the full job description at right.

Download PDF of full job description

Download a summary of MCCFL's employment benefits

Open Until Filled (First Screening: 08/07/2018) Mental Health Specialist - Child and Family
Full-time, Exempt.
Hood River $4,405 - $5,355 per month

THE POSITION: The Mental Health Specialist 1 provides culturally competent, appropriate, and trauma-informed crisis and behavioral health treatment for assigned clients. This position provides counseling and education for individuals, couples, families and groups. The Mental Health Specialist 1 provides behavioral health services to other community agencies, coordinates behavioral health services with other community and State resources, and performs related work as required. Incumbents must demonstrate cultural sensitivity and understanding of how culture influences and impacts behavioral health services while incorporating this understanding into trauma-informed care. This position provides child and family therapy and care coordination services to clients age 2-17 and their families. Clients may present with a variety of issues including trauma histories, dysregulated behavior and/or emotions, suicidality, and difficult relationship dynamics. Interventions may include Collaborative Problem Solving, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavior therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and a variety of other modalities.
THE OPPORTUNITY: The following list includes the essential functions of the position. It does not include, however, all of the responsibilities the position may be asked to perform.
  • Provide psychotherapy, counseling, and case management services to individuals, couples, families and groups. Conduct interviews to accumulate pertinent data; assess presenting issues; develop service plans. Counseling and psychotherapy may include working with assigned clients in developing communication skills, providing assertiveness training, providing behavior modification programs, and monitoring the effects of prescribed medication.
  • Triage and implement strategies for crisis and crisis stabilization in collaboration with Crisis Services.
  • Meet minimum client service productivity requirements as may be set by the Agency to meet requirements of outside funding and/or reimbursement sources.
  • Facilitate psycho-educational and therapy groups.
  • Provide substance abuse disorder assessment and provide integrated dual-diagnosis services to assigned clients.
  • Utilize agency clinical software system to make internal referrals, manage work schedule, and to prepare current client records of treatment and reports as necessary and required. Maintain timely and cogent progress notes and service plans to required standards. Ensure that client records and other documentation are up-to-date and justify the services provided.
  • May serve as investigator and/or examiner in involuntary commitment procedures, as required.
  • Assist and/or provide back-up support with screening, referral, and crisis services as needed and directed by supervisor. May provide after-hours emergency services on a 24-hour, rotating basis, such as telephone consultation, crisis intervention, and pre-hospital screening examinations.
  • Actively participate in joint case planning and coordination with internal multi-disciplinary team and agency psychiatrists. Collaborate in case planning and service coordination as needed with other community agencies such as schools, group homes, community detention facility, community medical hospital and other DHS programs.
  • Regular and reliable attendance; timely and professional communication; confidentiality.
  • Participate in all team and agency meetings as scheduled.

BASIC JOB SPECIFICATIONS:
Any qualifying combination of education, licensure and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position is qualifying. This would typically include:

  • Master's degree in social work, psychology, psychiatric nursing or other related field AND
  • Two (2) years’ professional experience providing behavioral health counseling that includes work with sexual abuse, drug and alcohol abuse, domestic violence and trauma.
  • Bilingual fluency in Spanish/English is desired.
  • Experience with PCIT, Collaborative Problem Solving, Child-Parent Psychotherapy, is desired.
  • Experience working with children and youth and with disadvantaged populations is desired.
  • Professional licensure in the State of Oregon as an LCSW or LPC, or the ability to obtain this licensure within two (02) years of hire is preferred (and may be required for some MHS1 positions).
  • Must possess a valid Oregon or Washington Driver's License, maintain an acceptable driving record and be insurable for client service purposes and for travel between business office for meetings and/or trainings. This position must pass all criminal history check requirements as required by ORS 181.536 to 181.537, and in accordance with OAR 407-007-0220 to 407-007-0370.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule as needed.

For a complete list of qualifications, job duties and other pertinent information, please select the link to the full job description at right.

Download PDF of full job description

Download a summary of MCCFL's employment benefits

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