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Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Junior IT Help Desk Technician

The Junior IT Help Desk Technician will be responsible for Level 1 Help Desk support with escalation procedures for troubleshooting and remediating issues presented to the Community Connections Helpdesk. These requests may come via phone, in-person, email, or the Helpdesk ticketing system. Responsible for providing technical assistance and support related to end users, computer systems, hardware, or software. Responds to queries, creates/updates tickets, isolates problem, and determines and implements solutions or escalation procedures.

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Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Property Accountant

Community Connections, Inc., seeks a proactive, organized, motivative and collaborative, property accountant to manage the financial accounting of the residential and commercial portfolio as well as property, plant and equipment of the organization. The ideal property accountant will be fluent in Yardi Voyager (or similar property management software) and have experience in data migration and software upgrades/implementation. Requires strong technical accounting skills and be able to produce accurate and timely financial information to both internal and external users. The property accountant will be a key member of the finance team and will work closely with the Controller and CFO. Qualifications include: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or related field; Minimum of 4+ years’ experience in property accounting; Strong Excel skills; Property management accounting software required; Yardi Voyager software experience a plus; BNA software experience (preferred); Knowledge of Section 8/Public Housing voucher program (preferred).
Contact: jobs@ccdc1.org

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Monday, November 4, 2019

Bachelors Level Mental Health Worker to work with Families and Children

Community Connections seeks to hire Bachelor's level mental health workers to provide community based mental health services to children, adolescents and families. Previous experience preferred.
Contact: jobs@ccdc1.org

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Thursday, October 31, 2019

Assistant Team Leader for Opioid Response Outreach Team in Homeless Services Program

Our new DC Opioid Response Outreach Team within the Homeless Services Program has an opening for an Outreach Assistant Team Leader. This position reports directly to the Homeless Services Programs Manager and provides direct services including outreach for homeless individuals struggling with Opioid addictions. Conduct assessment and coordination, additionally assists with developing the team’s outreach strategy across its catchment area, representing the team at community level outreach provider meetings, and compiling team data from the HMIS for monthly reports. Leadership responsibilities include: Running team meetings, representing the team at external meetings, attending provider meetings, coordinating team response to city alerts, coordinating team participation in city events, and leading the team response to requests from grantor and Mayor’s Office. The Outreach ATL will provide supervision to for up to 4 staff and back-up supervision to Program Manager for up to 12 staff. The ATL will have flexible day-time shifts Mon thru Sun ~7am to 11pm; with some rotating evening and weekend hours as part of a published schedule of after-hours services. Requires a bachelors’ degree with 3 years of relevant work experience, or high school with 6 years of relevant work experience.
Contact: iheru@ccdc1.org

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Monday, October 28, 2019

Bilingual PSHP Case Manager

Community Connections seeks an English and Spanish speaking candidate with two years of case management experience post Bachelor's degree to join our energetic Permanent Supportive Housing Team which serves marginalized formerly homeless individuals and families.

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Monday, October 28, 2019

Substance Abuse Counselor

Community Connections is seeking full time and part time Counselors for a collaborative substance abuse treatment project with Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency (CSOSA) serving people currently under criminal justice supervision and either living in or stepping down to the community. We use evidence based and promising practices, primarily group therapy. DC LGSW or LGPC required and three years of experience as a counselor in a substance abuse treatment setting.

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Thursday, October 24, 2019

LICSW or LPC Clinical Supervisor for Community Support Services Team

Community Connections, a large private not-for-profit community behavioral health organization in Washington, DC is seeking a (LICSW or LPC) Clinical Supervisor for a Community Support Services team which provides recovery oriented, outcomes based, community focused behavioral health services to adult consumers with mental illness and substance abuse issues. The CSP teams consists of an independently licensed supervisor, and 8-10 front line MA and BA level staff who each serve up to 40 consumers.
Contact: jobs@ccdc1.org

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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Clinical Specialist on Community Impact Team

Community Connections seeks energetic, experienced licensed mental health professionals to join our team. We have several positions within the Community Impact Department focused on in-community supportive services for youth (18-24), seniors (65+), and veterans, and homeless in-community outreach. Requires MSW (with DC LGSW) or MA in Counseling (with LGPC) licensure or independent clinical licensure as well as five years experience.
Contact: iheru@ccdc1.org

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Monday, September 16, 2019

Clinical Case Management and Mental Health Worker - Rehabilitation Specialist on ACT Team

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) mental health workers work collaboratively on multi-disciplinary teams serving vulnerable people who need high levels of support to live successfully in the community. Staff develop strong, trauma-informed relationships with clients who would otherwise by at the furthest margins of society. With a holistic trust-based approach, clients are assisted with problems related to psychiatric symptoms, homelessness, addiction, legal issues, physical health, and perhaps most importantly, relationships. We have openings on specialty teams working with: 1. justice-involved adults, 2. transitional age youth 18-29, 3. mothers with young children, 4. geriatric/traumatic brain injury, and 5. general adults.
Contact: jobs@ccdc1.org

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Monday, September 16, 2019

Mental Health and Social Workers - Adult Community Support Specialist

Community Support Specialists are mental health workers, social workers, and counselors who provide recovery oriented, outcomes based, community focused services to adult consumers with mental illness and substance abuse issues.
Contact: jobs@ccdc1.org

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