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Church Hill Activities & Tutoring (CHAT) is a nonprofit organization that serves the youth of Richmond’s East End through education, vocational training, after-school enrichment, and community partnerships. CHAT is committed to providing high-quality, equitable learning opportunities to students that support their personal, academic, vocational, and spiritual growth. Through our work, we have the honor of walking with families in our community, together ensuring their students have room to thrive and discover their God-given potential.

Bookkeeper is a  professional position that is part of the Shared Services team. The incumbent will steward CHAT’s financial resources with excellence and integrity by ensuring that financial data entry, payroll processes, and expense reporting are accurate and optimized. The Bookkeeper reports to the Chief of Development & Operations and supervises no staff. 

Essential Duties:
Manages and records expenses in Quickbooks according to CHAT’s budgeted classes and accounts
Pays vendors by preparing checks as requested and manage all auto-payments and vendor accounts
Prepares, reviews for accuracy, and processes payroll semi-monthly for all CHAT employees 
Manages, reviews, records, and reconciles all bank and credit card account activity
Maintains appropriate financial controls, policies, and procedures
Files 1099s through QuickBooks annually 
Collaborates closely with contracted Financial Controller and Chief of Development & Operations to ensure accurate financial data entry and smooth processes for monthly financial reporting, semi-annual budgeting, and annual audit. 

Approach: 
Highly organized and detail oriented
Unquestioned integrity and sound judgment
Continuously learning and committed to self-improvement

Position Overview & Compensation:
Part-time, 20 hours per week
Non-exempt
Minimum hourly rate: $19+ per hour – negotiable and commensurate with skills and qualifications
Primary work location: CHAT’s administrative office located at 3015 N Street, Richmond, VA 23223 
Work schedule: determined upon hire  
Flexibility to work remotely occasionally is possible. Ability to work in the office at least 2 days per week is required. 

Special Conditions:
COVID-19 full vaccination

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High School Science Teacher

Church Hill Academy (CHA) is the East End’s own fully-accredited, private, Christian high school. CHA is part of Church Hill Activities and Tutoring (CHAT), a nonprofit organization that serves youth through education, vocational training, after-school enrichment activities, and community partnerships. From its inception, CHA has sought to propel CHAT’s mission and values in an academic setting for 9th-12th grade students and to prepare them for success after high school. We seek to empower students to become leaders and culture-makers. Our school’s mission statement: Church Hill Academy equips high school students to achieve academic success, develop character, and serve their community.

High School Science Teacher is a professional position that is part of the Church Hill Academy /team. The incumbent will provide dynamic classroom leadership and instruction, teach across scientific disciplines, and maintain a well-managed classroom. The High School Science Teacher reports to the Head of School and supervises no staff.

Essential Duties:
Reports from 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
Attends a weekly CHA Staff Meeting, Tuesdays from 3:10 p.m. – 4:10 p.m.
Prepares lesson plans that align with Virginia Standards of Learning vis a vis pacing and course content;
Creatively engages students through differentiated instruction;
Exhibits a genuinely caring attitude to all students;
Maintains a positive, calm attitude and voice in the classroom;
Works cooperatively with colleagues, volunteers, and parents;
Incorporates appropriate instructional technology often;
Attends various, limited after school activities such as Orientation, Parent-Teacher Conferences, and special seasonal events;
Establishes classroom routines that align with best teaching practices;
Follows the CHAT Employee Manual and adhere to CHAT’s mission and values;
Abides by and hold students accountable to the CHA Family Handbook;
Attends at least one off-site Professional Development session for Science teachers per year.

Approach:
Compassionate and empathetic: caring for and honoring CHAT students and families and the East End community
Continuous learning: committed to self-improvement and personal growth
Creative and curious: developing new ways to accomplish work while seeking to understand the people and context involved
Cultural competency: demonstrating strong interpersonal skills when communicating with and about diverse communities while building relationships and connections
Initiative and good judgment: prioritizing projects using reliable information; anticipating, responding to, and solving problems
Intentional and empathetic: honoring confidentiality and operating with a high level of respect and professionalism, acknowledging and addressing the tension between compliance and equity
Problem solver and strategic thinker: finding ways around obstacles to get the job done and making the organization more effective and efficient, prioritizing the projects and deliverables with the highest return on investment
Others-oriented: willing to forgo recognition so others may shine

Position Overview & Compensation:
Full-time, reports to school from 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
Exempt from overtime
Primary work location: 2010 Carlisle Avenue, Richmond VA 23231

Special Conditions
VA State Police Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting
Valid Driver’s License
VA Department of Social Services Child Registry Search (Abuse/Neglect of children)
Mandatory training in August
COVID-19 full vaccination

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Retail Sales and Operations Manager

Position summary:
The Library of Virginia Foundation is seeking a dynamic retail professional to manage two locations of The Virginia Shop both in the Library of Virginia facility and in the Virginia State Capitol Complex. The Virginia Shop is the official store for visiting tourists and patrons and focuses on unique products that reflect the Commonwealth’s amazing History, authors and items that are made in, and represent, Virginia.

The Retail Sales and Operations Manager will develop strategies to Drive Sales, improve consumer experience, increase profitability, and help create marketing programs that will increase sales and grow the existing customer base both in the shop and through the online platform. The position will also be responsible for monitoring and purchase inventory that helps define The Virginia Shop as a unique and desired shopping experience.

They will manage the shop employees, including hiring, coaching, performance evaluation, scheduling and assigning duties and responsibilities. The Retail Sales and Operations Manager will ensure the staff also represents the Library of Virginia and Foundation’s high levels of customer experience. Leads team by example in driving sales, providing excellent consumer experience and defining strategies that meet and/or exceed sales goals. They will also oversee and maintain the Shop’s online store.

Works with Assistant Director of Finance and Administration and Executive Director to generate budget, identify sales goals/targets, and report financial progress. Demonstrates functional understanding of sales, product knowledge, events, operations, and retail market needed for success.

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RPAA’s Annual Gala & Benefit Concert – Alternate Routes: A Night in Nashville

Mark your calendar and dust off your boots – RPAA is throwing a NASH BASH!

Purchase your (Annual Gala or Concert Only) tickets to see CASSADEE POPE – RPAA’s 2022 Alternate Routes: A Night in Nashville annual gala* and benefit concert** headlining artist! Proceeds from this event benefit RPAA’s mission to advance the performing arts in the Richmond region through programs and resources that SUPPORT the artists of today, NURTURE the artists of tomorrow, and provide spaces for the arts to THRIVE.

Cassadee Pope is a GRAMMY-nominated, Platinum-certified singer-songwriter who recently released her ninth career album, THRIVE, on October 15, 2021. The album’s first single, “What The Stars See,” was co-written by Cassadee and features Karen Fairchild (Little Big Town) and Lindsay Ell in a raucous anthem about longing to see what a past partner is doing since going separate ways. Cassadee performed the track on THE KELLY CLARKSON SHOW, where she also revealed the title of her latest album, THRIVE.

This latest project is a career milestone for Cassadee – she wrote or co-wrote every song, blending influences from her pop-punk days fronting the band Hey Monday and the country music storytelling and songwriting that she now calls home. Last year, she released her first acoustic solo album, RISE AND SHINE, which was co-produced by Cassadee alongside Todd Lombardo. The collection of original songs followed her critically acclaimed album, STAGES (2019), featuring hit singles “Take You Home,” “One More Red Light,” and “If My Heart Had a Heart.” From fronting rock band, Hey Monday, to winning Season 3 of THE VOICE (2012), and releasing her #1 debut album, FRAME BY FRAME (2013), Cassadee has effortlessly re-arranged the lines of Country and Pop.

*Annual Gala tickets ($250) include a fully-curated food and entertainment experience prior to and after the concert.
**Concert Only tickets ($27 / $37)

Please contact Sara Greene at: sgreene@rpaalliance.com for more information.

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Clinician III / Program Supervisor

ChildSavers is seeking an individual to serve under the title of Clinician III / Program Supervisor. The Clinician III (SBS) position has clinical leadership responsibilities in support of (and as directed by) the clinical leadership team, including the provision of clinical supervision and training. The incumbent must be passionate in caring for our community’s most vulnerable children and continually improving the system which supports their healing and growth. The Clinician III (SBS) will be a vital support for both his / her own clients, as well as the clinical staff within the program. The Clinician III (SBS) will be proactive and experienced in the delivery of quality therapy services known to be effective with children. The incumbent will be solution- focused and elevate the quality of care of all program services.

Duties & Responsibilities include:

-Provide clinical assistance to direct care staff in delivery of psychotherapeutic clinical care, as well as case management; Will also provide clinical leadership as defined under DBHDS and DMAS regulations for each service area assignment.
-Responsible for the development and implementation of individual, family, and group treatment interventions (as applicable).
-Clinician will be responsible for direct therapeutic care of assigned caseload and other clinical duties as assigned (such as: group therapy, case collaboration, and team coverage). The volume of clinical duties in service of ChildSavers’ clients will be adjusted as needed to maintain appropriate clinical care for clients, stewardship of organization resources, and fulfillment of agency mission.
-Maintain compliance with all funding source regulations, rules, and documentation requirements to ensure timely approval of service.
-Ensure agency and staff compliance with all local, State, and Federal regulatory requirements, including timely and accurate documentation of services provided for licensure, HIPAA, Medicaid, Department of Social Services, LHRC and other professional standards and funding sources.
-Work under the direction of immediate supervisor and in close collaboration with the senior management team, including the Clinician III.
-Report clinical and other concerns, as outlined in policy, in a timely manner to clinical supervisor and / or management team.
-Coordinate and maintain referrals and conduct intake assessments and diagnoses as needed to maintain a full caseload and to assist program as needed.
-Assist the SBS Program Supervisor / Manager and Clinician III with facilitation of an effective collaborative intake and assignment process, including the appropriate management of case assignments.
-May assist with the management of crisis coordination and the corresponding clinical support team, to include the potential for 24/7 emergency availability and response. Will provide case consultation and clinical oversight as needed.
-Effectively collaborate with colleagues to assure client care is occurring as specified in policy and procedure.
-Support the Clinician III as needed in coordinating individual and group supervision and maintaining ongoing staff support to ensure optimal clinical care services for clients. Will also provide leadership supporting the recruitment and retention of a strong clinical team.
-Assist the Clinician III and Program Supervisor / Manager with evaluation of community, client, and milieu needs, along with development and implementation of appropriate, evidenced-based programming (i.e. specialized training or group sessions, collaborations, etc.)
-Assist the Clinician III and SBS Program Supervisor / Manager with evaluating staff needs (clinical and otherwise) and the development and implementation of appropriate, evidence-based programming and training at a CE-eligible level.
-Maintain certifications in behavior management training and CPR / First Aid and be capable of performing these duties. Maintain all applicable credentialing through continuing education and other requirements outlined in code.
-Represent ChildSavers in a positive and professional manner, internally and externally, as part of the clinical decision-making team.
-Adhere to all ChildSavers policies and procedures and complete other tasks as assigned, including administrative and community projects, which may be necessary for the successful management of the program and staff.
-Provide regular clinical supervision towards licensure for assigned supervisees following the current laws and regulations of the Board of Health Professions. Supervision will include assessing counseling skills, reviewing a representative sample of treatment plans that were developed by the supervisee, monitoring assessments, reviewing case records and statistics, monitoring family interventions, monitoring case management and crisis intervention skills, and management of the referral and discharge processes. Documentation must be maintained regarding frequency and content of supervision.

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Clinician II

ChildSavers is seeking mental health professionals to serve under the title of “Clinician II.” The Clinician II position is a licensed clinical position within the agency and will be proactive and experienced in the delivery of quality therapy services known to be effective with children. The incumbent will be solution-focused and elevate the quality of care of all program services. The Clinician II would be working towards certification or specialization within their area of interest. Successful completion of this position would entail, the Clinician II being able to demonstrate mastery of clinical skill through, supervision, observation of sessions (co-therapy or video recordings), discussions with senior clinical team, review of charts and production and nomination by senior clinical team.

The Clinician II (SBS) position has outpatient clinical responsibilities towards a diverse set of community members, who present for mental health care with a variety of stressors and concerns. The incumbent must be passionate in caring for our community’s most vulnerable children and partnering with other institutions who value their healing and growth. The Clinician II (SBS) will be a vital support for a caseload of 20-30 clients, as well as school staff and community partners. The Clinician II (SBS) will be proactive and experienced in the delivery of quality therapy services known to be effective with children. The incumbent will be solution-focused and work collaboratively across all program services.

Duties & Responsibilities
-Delivery of psychotherapeutic clinical care, as well as case management, as outlined in DBHDS and DMAS regulations for each service area assignment.
-Responsible for the development and implementation of Individual, Family, and Group treatment interventions as applicable.
-Clinician will be compensated per completed session with completion of necessary paperwork; i.e., progress notes, treatment plans, etc. based on the revenue share template (Appendix 1).
-Clinician will be compensated per evaluation session based on a revenue share template (Appendix 1).
-Clinician will be required to receive one hour of supervision for every 20 client hours. A clinical supervisor will be assigned to the clinician to perform this task.
-Clinician will receive compensation to attend clinical meetings in the amount of $25 per hour.
-Clinician will be responsible for direct therapeutic care of case load and other clinical duties as assigned such as case collaboration. The volume of clinical duties in service of ChildSavers clients will be adjusted as needed to maintain appropriate clinical care for clients, stewardship of organization resources and fulfillment of agency mission.
-Clinicians will receive yearly production expectations at the start of the fiscal year and will work with Program Supervisors to attain yearly production goal.
-Clinician will see no more than 22 clients per week.
-Clinician will be responsible for direct therapeutic care of case load and other clinical duties as assigned (such as case collaboration). The volume of clinical duties in service of ChildSavers’ clients will be adjusted as needed to maintain appropriate clinical care for clients, stewardship of organization resources and fulfillment of agency mission.
-Maintain compliance with all funding source regulations, rules, and documentation requirements to ensure timely approval of service, which includes submission of notes within 24 hours of service delivery, or otherwise document in the policies and procedures of the Mental Health Program.
-Ensure compliance with all local, State, and Federal regulatory requirements, including timely and accurate documentation of services provided for: Licensure, HIPAA, Medicaid, Department of Social Services, LHRC and other professional standards and funding sources.
-Work under the direction of your immediate supervisor and within the management structure of the program.
-Report clinical and other concerns, as outlined in policy, in a timely manner to your clinical supervisor and/or management team.
-Coordinate and maintain referrals and conduct intake assessments and diagnoses as needed.
-Effectively collaborate with colleagues to assure client care is occurring as specified in policy and procedure.
-Maintain certifications in behavior management training and CPR/FA and be capable of performing these duties. Maintain all applicable credentialing through continuing education and other requirements outlined in code.
-Represent ChildSavers in a positive and professional manner, internally and externally, as part of the clinical team.
-Adhere to all ChildSavers policies and procedures and complete other tasks as assigned, including administrative projects.

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Bilingual Care Navigator

Health Brigade, formerly Fan Free Clinic, is seeking a full time Bilingual Care Navigator to work in an integrated health care setting. The Bilingual Care Navigator is responsible for navigating Health Brigade patients through the healthcare system. This includes patient education, ongoing navigation, and working with outside agencies to coordinate patient care.

Primary Responsibilities
Navigation
• Assist eligible patients in enrolling and keeping Medicaid coverage by helping them complete the application process and successfully access care by becoming familiar with their benefits.
• Complete Weekly Medicaid Eligibility Checks to determine Medicaid Status utilizing Medicaid Enterprise System.
• Collaborate with Referral and Registration Coordinator to assist patients with transitioning between Medicaid and Safety Net services.
• Assisting Patient with linkage to services and community resources as needed.
Prior Authorizations
• Collaborate with Medication Coordinator to complete Prior Authorizations for medications for PrEP and Medicaid patients.
• Collaborate with an Interdisciplinary Team to address service appeals and prior authorization to receive necessary services
Medicaid Specialty Care Referrals
• Complete Medicaid Specialty Referrals
• Maintain a list of Specialist that are in network with all 6 Managed Care Organizations
• Complete Referral tracking including locating specialist in network with Managed Care Organization, submitting referral to specialist, assisting patient with scheduling appointment when necessary and requesting medical records.

Employees must be able to work collaboratively with a variety of staff within the organization. HB expects individuals to have a strong work ethic and commitment to our mission and values. Successful candidate must possess skills that support and enable sound decision making, strong personal and professional boundaries, good judgement, and discretion.

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Clinician I

ChildSavers is seeking mental health clinicians to serve under the title of “Clinician I.” The Clinician I position supports all services with primary responsibilities concentrating on either clinic-based outpatient therapy, supporting ChildSavers’ work in Richmond Public Schools, or a combination of both.

The Clinician I position is reserved for clinicians within 24 months of licensure eligibility. Spanish fluency and history of delivering clinical services in Spanish preferred. Should the Clinician I employee not meet criteria for state LMHP candidacy within 23 months of identified start date, his/her role may be redefined per the needs of the MHS department.

Duties & Responsibilities include:

-Delivery of psychotherapeutic clinical care, as well as case management, as outlined in DBHDS and DMAS regulations for each service area assignment.
-Responsible for the development and implementation of individual, family, and group treatment interventions as applicable to families experiencing stress, recovering from trauma, and/or seeking mental health supports.
-Responsible for direct therapeutic care of caseload and other clinical duties as assigned such as group therapy, case collaboration, and team coverage. The volume of clinical duties in service of ChildSavers clients will be adjusted as needed to maintain appropriate clinical care for clients, stewardship of organization resources, and fulfillment of agency mission. Clinicians will receive yearly production expectations at the start of the fiscal year and will work with Program Supervisors to attain yearly production goal.
-Maintain compliance with all funding source regulations, rules, and documentation requirements to ensure timely approval of service, which includes submission of notes within 24 hours of service delivery or otherwise directed by Program Supervisor.
-Ensure compliance with all local, State, and Federal regulatory requirements, including timely and accurate documentation of services provided for: licensure, HIPAA, Medicaid, Department of Social Services, LHRC and other professional standards and funding sources.
-Work under the direction of your immediate supervisor and within the management structure of the program.
-Report clinical and other concerns, as outlined in policy, in a timely manner to your clinical supervisor and/or management team.
-Coordinate and maintain referrals and conduct intake assessments, providing diagnoses as needed.
-May assist with the management of crisis coordination and the corresponding clinical support team, to include the potential for 24/7 emergency availability and response.
-Effectively collaborate with colleagues to assure client care is occurring as specified in policy and procedure.
-Maintain certifications in behavior management training and CPR/FA and be capable of performing these duties.
-Maintain all applicable credentialing through continuing education and other requirements outlined in code.
-Participate in outreach events for relationship-building with community partners, trauma-informed consultation, and marketing and education about services, and can have a special emphasis on ChildSavers’ relationship with Richmond Public Schools.
-Effectively collaborate with colleagues to assure client care is occurring as specified in policy and procedure.
-Participate in all program team meetings and collaborate with program supervisors regarding referral triage and case assignment.
-Represent ChildSavers in a positive and professional manner, internally and externally, as part of the clinical team.
-Participate in meetings and work with community partners of ChildSavers, to possibly include Richmond Public School outreach events and school meetings, Children’s Mental Health Resource Center, Local Human Rights Committee, Richmond Promise Neighborhood and Trauma-Informed Community Network.
-Adhere to all ChildSavers policies and procedures and complete other tasks as assigned, including administrative or “macro” projects, which may be necessary for the successful management of the program and staff.

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Individual Ministries Coordinator (RESIDENTIAL)

The person in this residential role demonstrates a Christian faith steeped in spiritual development practices and exhibits a heart for helping individuals pursue healing, growth, development, or direction. Appropriate responses at Richmond Hill include spiritual direction, healing prayer, pastoral counseling, retreat ministries, participation in one of Richmond Hill’s schools, or referral to outside resources.

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Marketing Coordinator (RESIDENTIAL)

The person in this residential role will implement an active and structured marketing strategy using traditional, electronic, and social media to publicize and promote Richmond Hill’s program of retreats, programs, events, and ministries. His/her work will reflect the importance of attractional promotion that grows participation and engagement across Richmond Hill’s offerings and shifts Richmond Hill’s “best kept secret” status. A willing commitment to Richmond Hill’s mission and passion for connecting people to this place and ministry will flourish in this role.

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