Job Listings 4/19/19

Certified Nurse Assistant
Salary: $
Description: Come join Arcadia Home Care & Staffing, An industry leader offering premier home care and staffing services for over 35 years. We provide you the support and stability of an established company. Arcadia is hiring CNA / Certified Nursing Assistant for assistant living facilities in the following areas: Ovid, Owosso, Elsie, St Johns, Bath, Holt, Mason, Lansing, East Lansing, Okemos, MI and surrounding areas! Here are some of the benefits of working for Arcadia Home Care:  Health, Dental & Vision Benefits available!  Ability to earn PTO.  Weekly pay & direct deposit.  Ongoing Education opportunities.  24 hour support staff.  Competitive salaries, Flexible schedules & Career stability. If you are passionate about excellent care we’re interested in speaking with you. Our ideal CNA are organized, have compassion for helping others, positive attitude, professional, good communication and offers excellent customer service. We strive to match you with clients that are not only near your own home, but that are also a good match. Job Duties of CNA/Certified Nursing Assistant:  Schedule: 8-12 hour shifts. Build your own schedule!  Location: Some patients in facilities and some patients in their homes  Personal care, dressing, and bathing  Transfer client using Gait Belt/Hoyer Lift  Transport client for errands and appoitnments We are reviewing resumes and interviewing daily. Come see what we’re all about at Arcadia Home Care & Staffing!

Requirements:  Must have Driver’s license, current auto insurance, or access to reliable transportation.  CNA/ Certified Nursing Assistant License  Recent and relevant experience in homecare or facility staffing)  Current TB, Physical and Clean Background
How to Apply: Please email lansingmijobs@arcadiahomecare or fax (517) 347-3349 your resume. You can also call Arcadia Home Care & Staffing Lansing office at (517) 347-3012. URL for the position,
Michigan Talent Bank Job Order Number: 9024057

Behavioral Case Manager
Salary: $35,000 - $50,000 annually Subject to negotiation based on education and experience.
Description: Turning Leaf Behavioral Health Services is a CARF accredited behavioral health treatment provider supporting adults with a primary diagnosis of mental illness as well as co-occurring diagnoses including: personality disorders, developmental disabilities and/or substance use. Turning Leaf also serves individuals who present complex physical health issues resulting from Alzheimer's or an acquired brain injury. Overview: As a Turning Leaf Case Manager, you will be expected to function as an active Team Member to provide case management services and treatment based services to consumers with mental illness, developmental disability and/or traumatic brain injury. Duties include one on one interaction with consumers and related activities including coordinating relevant consumer specific supports, services, housing, social networks, appointments, PCP planning, utilizing natural/community supports, maximizing income/benefits and plans of service. We offer competitive compensation and a fringe benefits package including medical, vision and dental insurance; paid time off, competitive 401K, supplementary benefits, continuing education, and mobile phone reimbursement. Work Location:  One location Benefits offered:  Paid time off  Health insurance  Dental insurance  Healthcare spending or reimbursement accounts such as HSAs or FSAs  Other types of insurance  Retirement benefits or accounts  Flexible schedules  Workplace perks such as food/coffee and flexible work schedules  Others Pay Frequency:  Bi weekly or Twice monthly
Requirements:  Qualified candidates will possess a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in a human services field (i.e. psychology, social work, etc.).  Master degree and/or preferred credentials include State of Michigan LMSW, LLMSW, LP, LLP, LPC, LLPC, LMFT, LLMCT. Certified Alcohol & Drug Counseling (CAADC/CADC) highly preferred.
 Priority consideration will be given to candidates who possess residential behavioral health experience. Contingencies:  All opportunities at Turning Leaf are contingent upon successful completion of a post-offer physical examination, drug screening, tuberculosis testing, criminal background clearances, as well as degree and/or license verification.  A valid Michigan Driver’s License is required at time of employment and must be maintained throughout employment.
How to Apply: Option 1: 1) Please open the PDF form ABOVE. 2) SAVE to your computer 3) Fill out the form 4) EMAIL the completed application as an attachment to HR Department at Option #2 Print the Application and FAX it to 517-393-8968 ATTN: HR Department Option #3 Print, SCAN, and email the completed application and/or resume to HR Department at **Turning Leaf Residential Rehabilitation Services, Inc. continues to promote staff diversity and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Turning Leaf does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, transgender status, political persuasion, disability, height, weight, veteran status, age or any other protected class in any of its employment decisions. Minorities, women, veterans, and the physically challenged are encouraged to apply. Anyone with a disability will be reasonably accommodated by our organization. If you have a disability and need an accommodation or assistance in applying for this position, please contact the Human Resources Office. URL for the position,
Michigan Talent Bank Job Order Number: 8274898

Administrative Assistant
Salary: $
Description: The State Court Administrative Office is looking for qualified applicants for the position of Administrative Assistant. Reporting to the Administrators for Regions 2 and 5 in Lansing, the Assistant provides secretarial support within the office. Essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned: Serve as primary receptionist for the office. Take messages and schedule appointments. Listen to complainants and advise who they need to talk to, or refer to appropriate person/agency. Type and proof correspondence, reports, charts, graphs, spreadsheets and other documents. Prepare reports using several types of data and programs. Maintain and coordinate appointment calendars. Maintain a schedule for reporting deadlines, prepare and send reminder notices to court staff, monitor and make contact with courts who have not submitted timely reports, and assist courts with data application issues. Handle logistics for regional projects and meetings. Assist participants and faculty with program related needs including notice, handouts, directions, lodging, special accommodations, catering, and other related matters. Coordinate training room and assist facilitators with training room preparations, materials, and instructional aids for meetings and conferences. Assist faculty with the operation of equipment as needed. Assist in development and maintenance of the internal portal site. Open and distribute mail and prepare outgoing mail. Prepare, package, and send bulk mailings. Provide informational materials, brochures, and pamphlets to the courts and general public upon request. Review invoices and code for approval, monitor expenditures, and prepare travel vouchers within approved limits. Maintain division or office files and informational databases. Retrieve and conduct searches as necessary. Review, log, and refer complaint letters to appropriate staff. Mail inquiry forms when appropriate. Maintain and monitor office supply inventory and prepare purchase request as necessary.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: High school level course work or skills acquired through vocational or applied skills courses, plus one year of secretarial or clerical experience, preferably in a professional, legal, or court setting. Must possess basic computer skills- working knowledge of Office tools, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint preferred. Must be able to operate common office equipment, as well as prioritize multiple projects with competing deadlines.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Required to lift and transport materials, equipment, and supplies weighing up to 45 pounds.
WORK LOCATION: Hall of Justice, Lansing, Michigan
How to Apply: Please send cover letters and résumé in Microsoft Word or Adobe .pdf format to Please include, “Regional Administrative Assistant” in the subject line. For those unable to send applicant materials electronically, mail cover letters and résumés to: Supreme Court Human Resources Dept., Attn: Regional Administrative Assistant, P.O. Box 30052, Lansing, MI 48909. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER URL for the position,
Michigan Talent Bank Job Order Number: 9662169