Employment opportunities

We are a public non-profit community based agency that provides mental health, intellectual disability and substance abuse treatment and prevention services. We offer a full benefit package with enrollment in Virginia Retirement System (fully paid by employer) for full time positions and partial benefits for part time positions. Salaries are based on experience and qualifications.   Good driving record required. Criminal background checks will be conducted for individuals selected.  Positions will remain open until filled.  NWCSB is an equal opportunity employer and service provider.

To evaluate our generous benefit package, please click on the benefits link below. To download an employment application please click on the Employment application link below.

If interested in internship or providing volunteer services, please download and complete an agency application and submit to Human Resources. The application will be routed to all of our sites to see if there is an opportunity or need.

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To obtain more information, please contact our Human Resources Department
by calling (540) 636-4250 ext. 2229 or by email at hr@nwcsb.com

HR Fax Line: 540-551-9729

Current Openings

Adult Mental Health Case Manager

Full time position one based Winchester and responsible for managing an assigned caseload of clients having a major mental disorder as diagnosed using the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. These disorders are considered severe, recurrent and long-term such as schizophrenia, major affective disorders, paranoia, organic or other psychotic disorders, personality disorders, or disorders that may lead to chronic disability. Must possess a combination of mental health work experience or relevant education, and training, which indicates the possession of knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform essential job duties. Bachelor degree earned from an accredited college or university in relevant human services field plus at least one-year experience working with adults to meet Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP) according to DMAS requirements also required.

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Child/Adolescent Mental Health Case Manager

Full time positions based in Woodstock working closely with Shenandoah Pediatrics. Positions provide case management to children and youth having serious and persistent mental illness. Requires a bachelor's degree earned from an accredited college or university in a related human services field required with experience working with youth and their families and status of QMHP.

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Child/Adolescent Mental Health Case Managers

Full time positions based in Warren County, Shenandoah County and City of Winchester. Positions responsible for managing an assigned caseload of children and adolescents experiencing primarily mental health problems. The incumbent is responsible for assessing client needs, developing, implementing and reviewing service plans, and working with other community resources in meeting/achieving client service needs. Requires a bachelor's degree earned from an accredited college or university in a related human services field required with experience working with youth and their families and status of QMHP.

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Child/Adolescent Mental Health/FAPT Case Manager

Two full time positions, one based in our Warren County Children's Regional Center and one based in our Shenandoah County Youth Services Center. Positions responsible for managing an assigned caseload of children and adolescents experiencing primarily mental health problems (approximately 14-15 clients) and will also manage a small caseload (up to 7) of FAPT/non-Medicaid cases that have been referred by private/state hospitals, local FAPT teams and other community collaterals including their guardian. Responsible for assessing client needs, developing, implementing and reviewing service plans, and working with other community resources (FAPT teams, state/private hospitals, residential facilities, etc...) in meeting/achieving client service needs. Requires a bachelor's degree earned from an accredited college or university in a related human services field required with experience working with youth and their families and status of QMHP. Must be able to provide own transportation as necessary to perform job duties.

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Child/Adolescent Senior Case Manager

Full time position based in our Braddock Street Child/Adolescent Psychiatry Center. Position responsible for managing an assigned caseload of children and adolescents experiencing primarily mental health problems. The incumbent is responsible for assessing client needs, developing, implementing and reviewing service plans, and working with other community resources in meeting/achieving client service needs. The Senior Case Manager has other responsibilities including interpretation of and assistance with policies and procedures, assisting with assigning cases to other case managers, assisting with service approval, assisting with the training of new case managers, and being available for general questions when the CYFS Case Manager Supervisor is unavailable. Position requires evening hours and weekends as deemed appropriate to meet client and program needs. Requires a bachelor's degree earned from an accredited college or university in a related human services field required with experience working with youth and their families and status of QMHP.

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Community Outreach Liaison

Hourly position serves to generate awareness of activities being undertaken by the Northwestern Prevention Collaborative to prevent prescription drug and heroin abuse within the Lord Fairfax Planning District. It also will provide support to individual coalitions in helping to create more support for local efforts to develop healthy, drug-free communities. This includes, but is not limited to: media campaigns, direct education, web site development, maintaining social media/web presence and materials development as it relates to heroin/prescription drug use. Requires Bachelor's Degree preferred in public health, marketing, communication or human services and 3-5 years of experience.

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Community Psychiatric Nurse

LPN or RN full time position based in our Shenandoah County Clinic in Woodstock, VA.

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Community Psychiatric Nurse

LPN or RN full time position based in our Shenandoah County Clinic in Woodstock, VA.

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Crisis Services Clinical Supervisor

Full time position based in Front Royal. The incumbent of this position is responsible for the coordination, implementation and maintenance of crisis services within all jurisdictions served by the agency. The incumbent in this position supervises Crisis Services full-time and hourly staff. The incumbent maintains effective relationships with courts, law enforcement, medical, and other human service agencies, as well as coordinates training and consultation with crisis staff. Requires Master's degree in human services field, current advanced clinical licensure (LCSW or LPC), and two years of post- licensure experience working in emergency services or with persons with serious mental illness. Requires progressively responsible clinical, supervisory, and managerial experience in the provision of crisis and prescreening services in various treatment modalities and environments.

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Crisis Services Therapist

Crisis Services Therapist-full time (salary $49,490) - Full time clinicians providing services to individuals experiencing behavioral health-related crises. Duties include prescreenings for involuntary commitments and crisis intervention. Positions are based in Front Royal, VA and serve the counties of Frederick, Clarke, Warren, Page, Shenandoah, and the City of Winchester. After-hours staff may work from home if able to respond to our local hospitals within one hour of being contacted via phone. Supervision for professional licensure with Virginia Board of Counseling (LPC) or Social Work (LCSW) provided as part of benefit package. Requires a Master's degree in a relevant human services field, with eligibility for LCSW or LPC in Virginia. Will receive on the job, specialized training to qualify as Certified Prescreener. Position requires strong clinical and problem solving skills, and the ability to work independently.

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Deaf Interpreter(s)

Contractual deaf interpreter(s) needed to provide interpreting services for mental health, mental retardation and substance abuse clients of all ages served in the following areas: City of Winchester and counties of Warren, Frederick, Clarke, Shenandoah and Page. Services are on an as needed basis.


Please contact Barbie Kibler for more information on this position only at 540-636-4250 x2246

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Early Intervention Specialist

Hourly, as needed position to assist the Educational Specialist, in classroom and therapeutic activities for ages birth to 36 months, in the Bright Beginnings program. Requires High School Diploma or equivalent with experience in Child Development, relevant experience with young children and families desired, indicating the possession of essential knowledge, skills and abilities. Certified or eligible for certification in basic cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for infants, children, and adults.

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Medical Assistant

Full time position split between our Warren Clinic in Front Royal and our Page Clinic in Luray.

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Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Full time, hourly, or contractual position to include flexible schedule. Ability to be based in one of four clinic sites as well as telepsychiatry.

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Winchester Children's Center Co-Occurring Therapist

hourly position working a maximum of 28 hours per week. Position based in Winchester and responsible for performing diagnostic assessments, developing treatment plans, and providing effective treatment services for children and adolescents with co-occurring disorders. Treatment services provided by this position include outpatient treatment, intensive outpatient program and substance abuse groups. This incumbent will work within a systems of care, psychiatric practice model. Requires Masters degree in a relevant human services field from an accredited college or university, with progressively responsible clinical experience working with children/youth and their families; or, a combination of education, experience, and training indicating the possession of the essential knowledge, skills and abilities. Candidate must be at least LCSW or LPC eligible in current resident status. Certification as substance abuse or addictions counselor also preferred.

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